SHERIFF’S OFFICE MAKES BURGLARY ARREST

  

The Washington County Sheriff’s Investigators conducted investigations into residential burglaries that Green-Sereal verticalrecently occurred near Buck Road, F.M. 1370, and F.M. 1155, in the Old Washington area.

Several reports were taken by the sheriff’s office related to these residential burglaries in which items such as Christmas gifts, power tools, cash, firearms, and electronics had been stolen.

The most recent burglary occurred on January 5, and an alert neighbor witnessed one suspect fleeing the scene, and also reported seeing a suspicious car driving through the area multiple times.

Evidence was obtained that identified individuals being associated with the burglaries.  The suspects were identified as thirty-one  year old Eric Tremaine Green, his brother, thirty year old Deandre Jamaal Green, and twenty-five year old Brandon Keon Sereal, all from the Old Washington area.  Felony arrest warrants charging all three with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity, all first degree felonies.

On January 14, Washington County Sheriff’s Office Investigators and Deputies were joined by members of the Brenham Police Department’s Fusion Unit and executed the arrest warrants on Brandon Sereal and Deandre Green at various residences.

On January 20, deputies located and arrested Deandre Green at a business in Brenham. All three suspects have a history of criminal acts in both Washington and Harris County with charges ranging from robbery to theft.

All suspects remain in the Washington County Jail under $250,000.00 bonds.

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  1. HIDE them, we good working people do not NEED these guys on the streets or our COUNTRY ROADS.
    They will have plenty of time to think about what they have done and the one guy Deandre should have stay in school (Blinn), nothing beats a good education.

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