Suspects sentenced in armored car robbery

Multiple people have been sentenced in the robbery of an armored car that occurred in Mesquite, Texas in May 2010.

A total of nine people were convicted in the case and the highest settlement was a convicted gunmen who will serve 210 months in a federal prison. Eight others, all Dallas residents, were convicted and their sentencing ranged from 48 months to 168 months in prison.

The documents on the case show that the defendants and accomplices stole $421,000 from a Loomis armored car that was at the Bank of America. One man initiated the idea and several others helped to plan it. Defendants have stated that a Bank of America employee told those involved what time the truck would be there.

The Loomis driver entered the bank and left with $412,000. Two defendants put him at gunpoint, took the money and ran with it. Two suspects were arrested at the scene and DNA helped to arrest several others.

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Police arrest two suspects connected in jewel theft cases

Houston police have arrested two people that allegedly were connected in a jewel theft case and 30 similar cases throughout Texas and Oklahoma.

The two men, both in the mid-40s, were arrested last week in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Police investigated the case for seven months before getting the lead on the two men.

In February, nearly $6 million worth of gold, diamonds, and watches were stolen from a jewelry store. According to officials, the suspects cut a hole in the roof over the jewelry store’s vault. A surveillance video shows the men dragging an object and loading it into a truck before driving off.

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Police arrest two in cattle theft case

Two men from Elgin, Texas were arrested for their alleged involvement in the theft of two cattle.

Two 18-year-old men are accused of stealing four head of cattle from a Taylor rancher. The stolen livestock were later sold at an auction in Bastrop.

After they were sold, investigators were able to identify them as the stolen livestock and had them returned in 48 hours. The cattle were identified because they were branded. Police have said that this is the best way to get cattle back if they are stolen.

If you or a loved one has been accused of committing a crime such as theft, these charges could change your life. Contact the Dallas theft lawyers of the law office of Mark T. Lassiter today by calling (214) 845-7007 today.

Armed robbery occurs at Pizza Hut in the Woodlands

A Pizza Hut in the Woodlands, Texas was robbed at gunpoint on Thursday at 10 p.m.

According to employees, the incident occurred when a man walked into the restaurant and demanded money from the employees while he pointed a handgun at them. Witnesses have said that the man was wearing a black hoodie so they were unable to get a clear look at him.

The suspect then pushed all the employees to the back of the store and ran off with an undisclosed amount of money. He escaped in a tan van that had two or three other people in it.

If you or a loved one has been charged of a serious crime, theses charges can make you feel helpless. Contact the theft and robbery lawyers Dallas of the law office of Mark T. Lassiter by calling (214) 845-7007 today.

Dallas man sentenced in theft case

A Dallas man has been sentenced in a trespassing and theft case and will now be serving 11 1/2 to 23 months on top of a sentence that he is already serving.

The incident occurred in October 2010 when the man robbed the furniture out of seasonal homes. This man was one of five that were charged breaking into unoccupied homes in the Thornhurst Country Club Estates. He is currently serving in Lackawanna County.

If you have been charged with theft or robbery, these criminal charges can seriously change your life. Contact the theft and robbery lawyers Dallas of the Law Office of Mark T. Lassiter, by calling (214) 845-7007 today.

Dallas police search for computer thief

Two computers were stolen from an apartment in west Dallas and now police are asking for assistance to identify the suspect responsible.

A surveillance video shows a suspect enter an apartment complex’s business center and leave with two computers. The man then got into a small, dark vehicle and drove off.

The description of the man says that he is in his early 50s, weighs nearly 250 pounds and is roughly 6 feet tall. Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to come forward at this time.

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Police search for two robbers possibly involved in 10 bank heists

A reward has been offered to anyone who can give information that can lead to the arrest of two men that may be involved in 10 different Dallas-area bank robberies.

The bank heists have all been in the North Texas area and have occurred within this past year. The latest hold up was on Dec. 3 and FBI agents have been asked to join the case.

Both robbers have been described as either black or Hispanic in between the ages of 16 and 25. They were seen leaving one of the heists in a black sedan. Anyone with information should contact the Dallas FBI office today.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a serious crime such as theft or robbery, contact the Dallas robbery lawyers of the law office of Mark T. Lassiter by calling (214) 845-7007 today.

Man arrested for string of Dallas robberies

An 18-year-old man was arrested in connection with a series of Dallas robberies that began in October.

The Dallas man is being held on an aggravated robbery charge after his robbing spree that targeted both people and businesses.

The first one occurred on October 20 when the man jumped over the counter at a convenience store and stole $100 and 20 boxes of cigarettes. The man was arrested Monday and is being held on $25,000 bail.

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Brother and sister arrested after suspected theft at Wal-Mart

A brother and sister were arrested at a Wal-Mart yesterday in suspicion of theft and robbery after purses and personal belongings were stolen from shopping carts.

Police arrested the 22-year-old female and charged her with third-degree robbery and second-degree theft. Her bond has been set for $25,000. Her brother was arrested later that day and charged with minor in possession of alcohol and second-degree theft.

According to the police report that woman took a purse from a cart that had debit cards and an mp3 player in it. When the purse owner tried to get the purse back, the woman pushed the purse owner and a Wal-Mart employee to try and get away.

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Police Seize Massive Collection of Stolen Property, Arrest 3

Three men were arrested Wednesday after Dallas police seized a massive cache of stolen property from a Haltom City apartment.

According to officials with the Dallas Police Department, officers seized enough stolen items to fill a 17-foot flatbed truck. Sgt. Gary Landers could not estimate the value of all the items, but said it must be thousands of dollars’ worth. The seized property included electronics, gold-plated flatware sets and a Bible with marriage certificates from the 1800s. Police also found a stamp and coin collection, televisions, stereo equipment, jewelry, swords, computers, and cameras.

Police arrested three men at the apartment: 20 year-old Troy Buckley, 49 year-old Lynn Buckley-Tyree, and 51 year-old James Thomas. All three suspects were booked in the Harmon City jail on theft charges. Their bail has not been set.

Buckly-Tyree and Thomas are also facing charges of manufacturing a controlled substance, police say. The bail for those charges have been set at $15,000.

If you or a loved one has been charged with theft or robbery, an experienced attorney can advise you on your legal options. To learn more about how a Dallas theft and robbery lawyer can help you, please call the Dallas theft lawyers of the law office of Mark T. Lassiter at (214) 845-7007.

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