College Station Police Arrested for Property Crimes – WTAW

Two 21-year-olds from College Station are accused of stealing credit and debit card numbers from 16 people. More than six months of investigation by College Station police led to the arrests of Stelton Govan II and Ashanti Chambers. According to CSPD arrest reports, detectives first learned of unjustified charges on two cards in three local restaurants totaling $ 123. Information about these crimes resulted in the identification of an address and a search warrant for a College Station home. The officers confiscated computers and cell phones with credit and debit card information from 14 other people bought from overseas websites. Govan and Chambers are out of jail after depositing bonds totaling $ 60,000 apiece.

For the fifth time in seven months, a Hearne man has been imprisoned in Brazos County Jail. Deshannon Devon Pierce, 22, was one of two men arrested Tuesday by college station police for stealing a vehicle. According to the CSPD arrest report, Pierce said he and College Station Demarcus Wallace, 27, got into several vehicles in the parking lot of The Cottages apartments. Wallace … according to his arrest report … stated that a purse that was reported stolen was his. The officers, who responded to a citizen report, saw a car that braked immediately when the driver noticed the patrol car. Then the officers identified the car that was involved in a previous vehicle break-in. This led to a traffic stop where the officer matched the suspect’s clothes with the victim’s description. According to online records, Pierce was arrested last month for credit / debit card fraud, in July for another vehicle theft, in June on a Hearne Police arrest warrant, and in May for driving without insurance. As of Friday afternoon, Pierce and Wallace remained in jail for burglary and Wallace for drug possession instead of bonds.

Photos by (LR) Stelton Govan II, Ashanti Chambers, Deshannon Devon Pierce and Demarcus Wallace from
Photos by (LR) Stelton Govan II, Ashanti Chambers, Deshannon Devon Pierce and Demarcus Wallace from

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