4 men arrested on attempted aggravated robbery charges, Houston police say
HPD: 1 man faces more charges after fleeing scene, leading officers on chase
HOUSTON – Four men have been arrested on attempted aggravated robbery charges, according to the Houston Police Department.
Officers with the HPD and Texas Department of Public Safety observed multiple people around noon Friday attempting to commit an aggravated robbery in the area of North Wayside and I-10 in northeast Houston.
Police said officers were able to arrest Micah Wilson, Ronald Toliver and Marlon Martin without incident.
One suspect, identified as Terrance Jackson, fled from the scene in a silver Dodge Ram pickup truck. Police said Jackson led officers on a high-speed chase more than 9 miles and ultimately crashed near Southmore Avenue and Allen Genoa Road in Pasadena.
It is believed there may have been a second person in the vehicle with Jackson, police said. Jackson was quickly captured, and his loaded 9 mm pistol was recovered.
Police said all four who were arrested were charged with second-degree attempted aggravated robbery.
Jackson was also charged with felon in possession of a firearm and evading arrest in a motor vehicle, police said.
The four men arrested have prior criminal histories.
Police said the men are suspects in numerous other aggravated robbery offenses in the Houston area.
Anyone who recognizes any of the men and have information on other crimes they are involved in is asked to call the Houston Police Department at 713-884-3131 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
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