Robbed in their own driveways Gun wielding gang uses Glock on homeowners Gun-wielding robbers assaulted two different homeowners in Atascocita last week. In both cases, residents were approached and robbed at gunpoint in their driveways. The first incident occurred at approximately 10:30 p.m. on May 7 in the 19600 block of Water Point Trail in Atascocita. The victim, a 57-year-old male, was returning home from the airport and went to check his mail when he noticed a green, four-door Mercury Sedan approaching him with its lights out. Two black males with handguns got out of the vehicle, demanding that the victim give them his wallet and keys. According to the report from Harris County Precinct 4 Constable Ron Hickman's Office, when he refused to give them his wallet, they put their weapons in his face, telling him that if he didn't give it to them, they would “kill him.” He gave the suspects his wallet and keys, later knocking his keys out of their hands. The suspects then fled the scene with two other males. The victim called authorities from his cell phone. "All I could think about was if that if those guys had my keys, my car and my ID, they could go straight to my house where my wife was by herself," said David Dean, victim. "So I told the guy, 'you can have my wallet. It was $200 in it, but you cannot have my car.' So I batted the keys out of his hand and he jumped in his car and drove off. I followed him on foot, giving the details of the car and the guys on my cell to 9-1-1. Shortly after I arrived home, we got a call saying that the Constables had caught the guys. Needless to say, my wife and friends have all told me I was crazy to do some of this, but at that moment, I could only think of my wife." Deputy L. Ray, of Harris County Precinct 4 Constable Ron Hickman's Office, was traveling eastbound when he observed the suspect vehicle traveling westbound on FM 1960 East near U.S. Highway 59. He turned around and continued to follow the vehicle as it turned south, heading toward Houston on U.S. Highway 59. Once back up arrived, authorities initiated a felony stop and with guns drawn, asked the suspects to step out of the vehicle one at a time. Timothy Paul Davis, Anthony Dewayne Kemp and Quintin Barnett Green, all 19; and Tavaris Deontre Davis, 20, were taken into custody without incident on U.S. Highway 59 and Greens Road. All four are from Houston. Two of the suspects are seniors in high school. Found in the vehicle was an airsoft plastic pellet toy pistol, a .40 caliber Glock handgun and a .380 semi-automatic handgun. Earlier that same evening, Harris County Sheriff's deputies were called to a residence in the 4900 block of Lazy Timbers in Atascocita for a similar robbery. Two victims, a male and female, were approached by three men after a green vehicle reportedly stopped in their driveway. One of the suspects had a semi-automatic pistol. The suspects took shoes and a small amount of money before leaving. As deputies from the sheriff's office were interviewing the complainants, they were called by dispatch regarding the second robbery. The suspects have been charged with one count each of aggravated robbery and authorities are looking at the possibility that they may be involved in other crimes. Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 713-222-8477 or the Harris County Robbery Division at 713-967-5810. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Photos: Timothy Paul Davis, Anthony Dewayne Kemp and Quintin Barnett Green, all 19; and Tavaris Deontre Davis, 20, were taken into custody without incident on U.S. Highway 59 and Greens Road.

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