Four Arrested In Best Buy Burglary
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The League City Police Department Patrol Division and Community Impact Unit have been working together, taking a proactive approach to combating recent burglaries at Best Buy stores across the State of Texas, including the League City location. There have been approximately fifty burglaries, during the nighttime hours, at Best Buy locations resulting in a loss of over one million dollars to the company. These burglaries are all similar in that suspects  broke out the front windows or would pry open doors to gain entry. The primary target during these burglaries has been Apple products.
 
On May 3, 2019, officers were in the vicinity of Best Buy conducting covert surveillance using advanced systems. At 0209, officers determined that an attempted break-in was occurring at Best Buy. Officers arriving at Best Buy observed a white passenger vehicle pull out of the parking lot adjacent to Best Buy and onto the public roadway. The vehicle did not have its headlamps illuminated, and none of the occupants in the vehicle were wearing seat belts. Officers made a traffic stop on the vehicle and detained the suspects for further investigation. Once adequate police resources arrived all subjects were secured in hand restraints and identified.
 
The driver of the vehicle, who is also the registered owner of the vehicle, was identified as 22year-old Terry Robinson of Houston. The other occupants were identified as 19-year-old Kendrick Hall of Houston, 19-year-old Wesley Mourland of Houston, and a male juvenile. Hall, Mourland and the juvenile matched the description of the suspects from the surveillance intelligence.        
 
While inventory was being conducted on the suspect vehicle, a large steel prying tools, gloves, a hammer, a loaded stolen 9mm handgun, and 9mm rounds were found inside the vehicle.    All suspects were placed into custody for various offenses and transported to the League City Jail.
     
Terry Robinson was charged with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon by a Felon, with a recommended bond amount of $50,000 and Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity, with a recommended bond amount of $80,000      

Kendrick Hall was charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity, with a recommended bond amount of $80,000      

Wesley Mourland was charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity, with a recommended bond amount of $80,000.      

The juvenile was charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity. 
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