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West U police urge vigilance after resident accosted in driveway

October 9, 2015 By:Charlotte Aguilar

Local News

West U police are urging attention to surroundings after a resident was accosted in his driveway Tuesday afternoon by a man with a gun.

The incident happened shortly after 1 p.m. in the 2900 block of Albans Street. A resident was parked in his driveway, when a black male approached first on the passenger side. When the resident tried to wave him off, believing the man was a panhandler, the man walked to the driver side, lifted his shirt and displayed a gun.

When the resident tried to drive away, the suspect jumped into the rear of a waiting silver car, which fled north on Belmont, then west onto Bissonnet.The suspect then jumped into the rear passenger seat of a silver car. The vehicle fled the scene northbound on Belmont and then west onto Bissonnet.

West U remind residents to remain alert to their surroundings, and to report any suspicious vehicles or persons to 713-668-0330 — or to dial 911 for emergencies.

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4 Responses to “West U police urge vigilance after resident accosted in driveway”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    We are not safe in this community!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    We are easy pickings to criminals!

  3. Step Up West U Police Says:

    Why aren’t the police doing more around West U? These stories are getting ridiculous. They pulled me over for stopping at a stop sign for 2 seconds instead of 3 – focus on the real criminals! Why aren’t they using our tax payer money and doing more to stop crime jn our city?

    This is unreal – are they finding these people?

    • Anonymous Says:

      The morning àfter citizens got robbed at gunpoint, the chief of police met with a citizen trying to solicit an apology’ instead of focusing on a serious crime of armed criminals.

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