Three suspects arrested in connection with the May 11th robbery of Newman’s Bakery in Bellville have been indicted by the Austin County Grand Jury.
22-year-old Anthony Naceanceno, Jr. of Pasadena, along with 20-year-old Janorris Delshawn Black and 23-year-old Julian Ray Galindo, both of Houston, were all indicted last week for Robbery.
The three were arrested after Bellville police said they stole a safe from the bakery and fled from multiple law enforcement agencies. The safe was thrown from their getaway vehicle during the chase, which ended in a three-car crash near the 99 overpass on Highway 290.
Naceanceno was arrested at the scene of the accident, which sent one person to the hospital. Black and Galindo were apprehended in Houston by the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force on May 20th and 27th, respectively.
The Austin County Grand Jury also indicted 20-year-old Keavon Hillsman-Ward of Bellville for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, in connection to a shooting that occurred at the Park Place Apartments on May 23rd. Hillsman-Ward was arrested by the Austin County Special Response Team after the incident, which left one victim with minor injuries.
Also indicted last week:
53-year-old Carl Edward Campbell, charged with Evading Arrest or Detention with a Vehicle and Theft of Property less than $2,500 with Two or More Previous Convictions, offenses occurring April 3rd.
35-year-old Krystal Denise Chandler, indicted for Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information Number of Items between 10 and 50, from February 14th.
33-year-old Heidi Sanchez and 44-year-old Patrick Dale Shropshire, for Manufacture or Delivery of a Controlled Substance, both offenses from June 2nd.
34-year-old Mark Andrew Guillory, Jr., 41-year-old Dromico Montay Anthony, 30-year-old Davon Cloud, 40-year-old Rocky Day Crossland II, 33-year-old Melissa Eve Hernandez, 28-year-old Brian-Tanner Alan Lockstedt, 44-year-old Phillip Daniel White, and 24-year-old Mikaela Danielle Wilder, all for Possession of a Controlled Substance.