December 5, 2023

10.26.20 Two Stories: Woman Locates Her Stolen Vehicle and Man Brandishes Axe

2020-51785 – On October 23rd at 11:32 p.m., officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Bush and West Baker. Officers were advised that the complainant was following actually following her own vehicle, which has been stolen the previous day. Once in the area officers located the vehicle stopped at the Circle K in the 3000 block of West Baker. Officers detained the two occupants, identified as 17 year old Nola Andrews and  19 year old William Stevens. During the course of the investigation officers learned that the complainant had loaned the vehicle to her brother and while he had the vehicle he had picked up Nola and the two went to the 1200 block of Missouri where two males assaulted the complainant’s brother and took the vehicle. Based on information learned during the course of the investigation, both Nola and William were charged with Robbery through the Harris County District Attorneys’ Office. Mug shots attached.

2020-52206 – On October 25th at 9:24 a.m., officers responded to a report of a person with a weapon in the 4000 block of Interstate 10. Upon arrival officers contacted the complainant, who alleged he was driving down the road when observed a white male walking down the road. The complainant alleged that he stopped and asked the male if he needed any assistance, to which the male made an offensive hand gesture and then struck his vehicle with an ax before running into the woods. Officers were able to locate the male suspect, who gave a different account, he claimed the driver of the truck nearly struck him as he was walking, which prompted him to make the obscene hand gesture. The driver, apparently saw this and reversed his truck, stopped and he and another male got out of the truck and threated alleged suspect. This prompted the male suspect to brandish an ax and strike the truck in an attempt to prevent the driver and his passenger from assaulting him and give him an opportunity to run into the woods. Charges were declined by the DA.

Lieutenant Steve Dorris

Criminal Investigations Division

Baytown Police Department

3200 N. Main

Baytown Texas 77521

Office: 281-420-6617

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