Man wanted in fatal shooting of his ex-wife’s new boyfriend in Sienna turns himself in
SIENNA, Texas – A man being sought in connection with Monday’s fatal shooting in Sienna has turned himself in to authorities. Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls said Matthew Reshon Jacobs, 32, surrendered to authorities at the Missouri City Police Department. Jacobs is accused of gunning down his ex-wife’s new boyfriend outside a home in the 2500 block of Amethyst Isle Lane and then fleeing the scene. Nehls said Jacobs followed his ex-wife and her new boyfriend into the neighborhood and then an argument began. Nehls said surveillance video showed the fatal shooting, which he described as an “execution.”Deputies have identified the victim as 28-year-old Martez Hurt.
Former Fort Bend County sheriff’s deputy charged in death of deputy constable
HOUSTON – A former Fort Bend County sheriff’s deputy has been charged with criminal negligent homicide in the shooting death of a 37-year-old deputy constable in the Sienna Plantation area of Missouri City in May. Chadwick Devin McRae, 49, of Stafford, is charged in the death of Caleb Rule, records show. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office released a statement about McRae, saying he was terminated following an internal investigation due to violation of the office’s Use of Force Policy as it related to Rule’s death. “This situation is tragic,” Fort Bend County District Attorney Brian M. Middleton said. And the death of Deputy Rule, who was on duty serving his community at the time of his death, is an unbearable loss for his wife, children, and extended family.”The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office referred questions to the Texas Rangers, as the lead investigative agency, and the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office.
Who was Caleb Rule, the Fort Bend County Precinct 4 deputy constable killed by friendly fire?
SIENNA PLANTATION, Texas – Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Deputy Constable Caleb Rule was shot and killed Friday in a friendly-fire incident while responding to a call, according to investigators. The deputy constable is survived by his wife and four children ages 13 to 18, officials said. His eldest daughter was set to graduate Friday night, according to Constable Trever Nehls. “I would say that was one of the key trademarks of Deputy Rule,” Trever Nehls said. “His engagement and love for the community he served.”Update on deputy constable's death Update on the death of Fort Bend County Deputy Constable Caleb Rule.
Fort Bend County Precinct 4 deputy constable killed by friendly fire from sheriff’s deputy, officials say
SIENNA PLANTATION, Texas – A deputy constable has died after a Fort Bend County sheriff’s deputy accidentally shot him in the Sienna Plantation area of Missouri City Friday, officials said. Officials said the incident happened at around 1:40 a.m. at a home in the 3900 block of Chestnut Bend. According to authorities, the deputy with Fort Bend Sheriff’s Office and a deputy with the Fort Bend Precinct 4 Constable’s Office were clearing a house together when the FBCSO deputy accidentally shot the deputy from the constable’s office. Officials said they received a call for a vacant property check-in at Sienna Plantation after a neighbor called and said she saw someone running down the street, though it was suspicious. Nehls said one point of the investigation will be what type of communication there was between Rule and the sheriff’s deputies.
Sienna couple creates small business to make face masks while out of work
“People need all these masks and we’re making them.”With posts on social media and now a website, business is booming. In two days, they recently cut 3,500 masks for customers ranging from individuals, small businesses and the military. "We sent 300 to the navy so far," Micahl Wyckoff said. They’ve hired out-of-work friends -- from bartenders to fellow small business owners -- to cut, sew and ship. You can visit the Wyckoff’s website at www.grabbagmasks.com.
Neighbors call for action after Sienna Plantation home hit by vehicle for fifth time
A house in Sienna Plantation has been hit by vehicles at least five times, according to neighbors. The property is situated at the end of a cul-de-ce, Steep Bank Passage, in Fort Bend County. Neighbors shared photos of when a driver crashed straight through the front of the house and into the master bedroom closet. “Now most of them hit the brake, and they turn the corner and go back,” he said. The Fort Bend County Road & Bridge department were in the neighborhood Friday assessing the intersection, residents said.
Sienna Plantation residents worry well water causing skin rashes
HOUSTON – Residents expressed their concern that the drinking water in Sienna Plantation is causing rashes for people bathing in it and drinking it. In the meantime, well water is being provided by another party, although Missouri City remains ultimately responsible for the water in Sienna Plantation. The areas affected are Sienna Plantation, portions of Riverstone in Missouri City and the Colony Lakes Subdivision. After the change in water occurred, some residents said they noticed the water smelled like chemicals and even felt slimy. A spokeswoman for Missouri City says the city‘s water plant only supplies wholesale treated surface water to municipal water districts or MUDS who are responsible for supplying water to customers and ratepayers.
Fort Bend County residents raise concerns about water with strange smell, slimy taste
SIENNA PLANTATION, Texas – Parents in Sienna Plantation are worried about the water their kids are drinking and bathing in. In recent days, residents said the water has had a strange smell and taste. ”When the water is turned on, it has a really strong chemical smell like sulfur,” said resident Kimberly Robertshaw. Missouri City is in charge of the water in Sienna Plantation. In the meantime, residents in Sienna Plantation, areas of Riverstone and the Colony Lakes subdivision are receiving well water.
Stunning, massive lake home in Sienna Plantation hits market at $1.3 million
Stunning, massive lake home in Sienna Plantation hits market at $1.3 million>>CLICK THROUGH THE SLIDESHOW TO SEE YOURSELF LIVING IN THIS STUNNING LAKE HOUSE less Listed at $1.3 million, this 6,947-square foot home at 3 Heights Creek Drive rests on an 18,045-square foot property right next to a lake. >>CLICK THROUGH THE SLIDESHOW TO SEE YOURSELF LIVING IN THIS ... more Listed at $1.3 million, this 6,947-square foot home at 3 Heights Creek Drive rests on an 18,045-square foot property right next to a lake. Photo: Courtesy Of Linda And Tom Riddle Photo: Courtesy Of Linda And Tom Riddle Image 1 of / 23 Caption Close Stunning, massive lake home in Sienna Plantation hits market at $1.3 million 1 / 23 Back to GalleryA custom-built massive five-bedroom lake house, complete with a game room and a cabana, has just been relisted in the award-winning neighborhood of Sienna Plantation in Missouri City. Click through the slideshow to see yourself living in this stunning lake house. The home is loaded with upgrades, including pecan wood and travertine flooring, a six-burner gas stove and two dishwashers.chron.com