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November 21, 2017

Type of Offense: Robbery – Bodily Injury
           
Penalty Class: Second Degree Felony
           
Case #: HC17-180328

Date: November 13, 2017

Location: 23000 Canyon Lake Drive

Complainant: Name Withheld

Details:

On November 13, 2017, a deputy with Harris County Precinct 4, Constable Mark Herman’s Office responded to the 23000 block of Canyon Lake Drive in reference to the robbery of a juvenile. 2 robbery suspect beat the victim and stole his phone and necklace. Deputy Constables initiated an investigation which culminated a suspect, 19 year old Devonte Ivory and a 16 year old juvenile being charged with Robbery-Bodily Injury.  Ivory currently has a warrant for his arrest and is still at large.  If you anyone knows of his whereabouts please call the Harris County Precinct 4 Constables Office at 281-376-3472 or law enforcement.

“Devonte Ivory has been charged with Robbery at is still free on our streets. His bond is set at No Bond out of the 178th District Court. A 16 year old male has also been charged with Robbery” – Constable Mark Herman

 
Name:         Devonte Ivory
Date of Birth:     April 30, 1998
Charge:     Robbery – Bodily Injury
Bond:     No Bond
Court:    178th District Court
Status:         Open Warrant

 

Name:         Juvenile
Date of Birth:     December 15, 2000
Charge:     Robbery - Bodily Injury
Bond:         N/A
Court:         Juvenile
Status:         N/A


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