Arrests made in Richmond subdivision burglary
Two men have been charged with burglary of habitation and are being held under bonds on $30,000 each
Two men have been arrested on burglary charges in the Richmond area.
Police were called to the 6800 block of Blue Ridge Drive in the Tara subdivision around 4 p.m. Thursday, responding to a suspicious vehicle call.
No vehicle was found, but deputies continued their search.
On Friday, deputies spotted a white Jeep that matched the description of the suspicious vehicle, when the Jeep made an illegal turn onto Tara Plantation Drive.
The deputies made a traffic stop and found three men in the Jeep.
According to the deputies, one of the man's relatives lived in the 6800 block of Blue Ridge Drive. One man said he dropped off two of his associates and they entered a home and came out with a printer and a black bag.
Deputies say one of the other men admitted that a printer was taken and they went to a Rosenberg pawn shop and pawned the printer, a Coach bag and DVD player, all stolen from his relative's home.
The relative said she wanted to press charges.
Deonte Williams and Christopher Robinson, Jr., both 20 years old and from the Richmond area, have been charged with burglary of a habitation and are being held in the Fort Bend County Jail under bonds of $30,000 each.
The third person was not charged.