On Saturday, July 11, Harris County sheriff’s Office District 3 Patrol deputies were involved in a pursuit of three aggravated robbery suspects in east Harris County.
A caller stated to Harris County 911, that he was following three armed suspects, who had robbed two males in the driveway of a residence in the 900 block of Barbara Mae.
He described two black males wearing black males wearing black bandannas and armed with pistols fled to a gold colored Cadillac and sped away at a high rate of speed.
The witness followed the suspects alone the East Freeway toward Dell Dale. As the Cadillac tried to elude the witness, one of the males in the backseat leaned out the window and fired his handgun at his vehicle.
District 3 patrol units were able to catch up to the witness’s vehicle and began pursuing the Cadillac.
As the suspects drove on Market Street toward the East Freeway, they struck a small SUV vehicle at the intersection. The suspects’ vehicle suffered major front end damage. The suspects kept fleeing from deputies, even as the hood of the vehicle folded up and obscured their view.
The suspect then drove along the feeder road of the East Freeway toward Sheldon road, where they ran into the front gate of a business. All three males attempted to run in to the container yard of the business.
A 15 year-old male was immediately taken into custody by deputies. A second suspect identified as Dantrell Stills (DOB 11/30/92) and an unidentified black male ran from deputies.
A perimeter was set up around the container yard with responding personnel. A witness told deputies, Stills and the male had jumped a fence and ran to a trailer park on Dell Dale. A deputy found Stills hiding in the trailer park and was taken into custody with incident.
The third male was not found in the search of the area.
HCSO Robbery investigators have charged the 15 year-old juvenile male with aggravated robbery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Dantrell Stills is currently charged with aggravated robbery three (3) counts.
The Houston Police Department has also charged Stills, with Capital Murder in a fatal robbery that occurred in the City of Houston in March of 2015.
HCSO District 3 patrol units exemplified true professionalism and diligence in the capture of both suspects.