Police: Suspects caught after Sugar Land home burglary

By Erica Young - News Producer
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Sugar Land police officers arrested four burglary suspects. 

SUGAR LAND, Texas - Four Houston residents were arrested in connection with a home invasion over the weekend in Sugar Land.

A man called police when he saw someone trying to break into his house in the 2800 block of Sunrise Court around 6 p.m. on Sunday.

According to the Sugar Land Police Department, a neighbor saw three men run from the house and enter the vehicle with a woman who was waiting by the vehicle.

Officers said when they arrived, they found a vehicle occupied by four people parked in the driveway.

Officers said the front door of the home was damaged and a window was broken.

According to the Sugar Land police, the three men and one women were the burglary suspects.

Chazzerea R. Ford, 24, Terrance J. Nevels, 22, Michael D. Jones, 20, and Roshanda Nfor, 40, were all charged with burglary of a habitation.

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