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A joint investigation conducted
by police departments in Galveston, Dickinson, League City, and Texas City
with assistance from the Texas City office of the FBI, the Friendswood and
LaMarque Police Departments, has led to the arrest of three offenders in a
series of robberies.
On July 23, 2011 just after
1:00am, two subjects accosted a male victim in the 3100 block of Coveview in
Galveston and threatened him with a gun. The victim
was bound with duct tape and forced into his car, a 2010 grey Toyota Corolla.
The suspects drove the victim to the beach and where they dumped him in the
sand dunes him still bound. They then drove off with his car.
Seven hours later,
shortly after the Dickinson branch of the Texas First Bank opened at 8:00
a.m., two male subjects entered the bank and robbed the tellers at gun point.
The suspects were described as young, possible in their mid to late 20ís, and
dark skinned. The suspects were wearing masks and were armed with handguns.
They fled the bank in a newer model Toyota.
The Toyota was later
recovered on Oleander just west of Highway 3, less than one mile from the
bank. The car was the vehicle that had been taken from the victim earlier in
The Galveston Police
Department dive team was deployed to assist in searching for evidence in a
small bayou near this sight, and located a handgun believed to be used during
amount of cash was taken from the bank. No physical injuries were reported.
On Monday August 8, 2011 at
approximately 4:43 p.m., the Texas City Police Department responded to a
robbery at the Check N Go located at 3523 Palmer Hwy. Employees reported that
either a light skinned black or Hispanic male entered the check cashing
business and produced a handgun. The suspect robbed the two cashiers at
gunpoint and then fled through the back door.
On Wednesday August 23, 2011 at
about 2:00 p.m., a single male suspect walked into Check Ní Go, 194 S Gulf
Freeway in League City. He pointed handgun at clerk and then walks behind the
counter while demanding money from the safe. The victim was able to flee the
store and the suspect was left without access to safe. The suspect fled,
possibly in a brown 4-door Buick passenger car.
received a crime stoppers tip after flyers were distributed warning the
residence in the area of the abduction sight. The information received
indicated that the two subjects who had committed the robbery of the Texas
First Bank in Dickinson were Noah Lee Nava, 20 yoa, and Jonthon Ray Price, 21
yoa, both of LaMarque, Texas.
Investigation revealed that the
bank teller, Jeremy Lloyd Winston, 22 yoa, of Texas City, had been in
communication with Nava both before and after the robbery. When confronted
Winston admitted that he knew who the robbers were and that he had received
money taken in the robbery.
Further investigation revealed
that Nava and Price had robbed the victim in Galveston and taken his car.
Nava has been identified as the gunman in both of the Check N Go robberies,
with Price as his driver.
All three suspects have been
taken into custody.
Nava and Price were charged with
four counts of aggravated robbery and one count of aggravated kidnapping with
a $200,000 bond on each charge. Winston was charged with one count of
aggravated robbery with a $200,000 bond.
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On Saturday July 23rd, 2011 around 8 a.m. Dickinson Police reported that two male suspects entered the Texas First Bank located in the 4300 block of Highway 3 shortly after it opened. The two men, wearing masks and armed with handguns, robbed the tellers at gunpoint and fled in a newer model Toyota.
Police later located and
recovered the getaway vehicle on Oleander which is just west of Highway 3 and
less than a mile from the bank. At that time police learned that
the Toyota had been reported stolen earlier in the day during a reported
carjacking in Galveston.
An undetermined amount of
cash was taken from the bank. While no physical injuries were reported in this
crime, the suspects in this crime were armed and police do consider them to be
dangerous. The suspects were described as young, possibly in their mid to
late 20`s, and dark skinned.
Your assistance is greatly needed in identifying and apprehending the individuals involved in this crime. If you have any information regarding the aggravated robbery that occurred at the Dickinson branch of Texas First Bank, please contact Detective Craig Fos at the Dickinson Police Department at 281-337-4700 or you may report your information anonymously to the Mainland Communities Crime Stoppers by calling 409-945-8477 (TIPS) or submitting a Web Tip at
In addition to the reward money being offered through Crime Stoppers, Texas First Bank is offering an additional reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the identification and arrest of the individuals involved in this crime.
information can remain confidential by calling Crime Stoppers
1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or 409-945-TIPS (8477)
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