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Aggravated Robbery Suspect Arrested in Rosenberg

(ROSENBERG) – Rosenberg police have made an arrest after an early morning aggravated robbery of the Chevron at 350 Seabourne Meadows Drive.

Jesse Garcia Ramirez

On Oct. 3 at approximately 5:15 am, a man entered the Chevron and robbed the cash register employee at knife point. He then fled location in a black passenger car. The suspect was captured on surveillance footage along with the suspect vehicle, and the information was disseminated to Rosenberg Police Officers and surrounding agencies.


On Oct. 4, Rosenberg Strategic Enforcement Team Officers located a man that matched the images of the suspect and who was driving a similar vehicle as the suspect vehicle. He was arrested on traffic and narcotic charges and brought in for questioning. During an interview, the suspect confessed he committed the aggravated robbery the previous day.


Rosenberg Detectives obtained an arrest warrant for the suspect, identified as 35-year-old Jesse Garcia Ramirez. The warrant was signed by Associate District Court Judge Stuti Patel for the charge of Aggravated Robbery, a first-degree felony, with a $75,000 bond.


“Our officers’ tenacity in their investigative efforts led to the quick capture of an armed robbery suspect in our city,” said Rosenberg Police Chief Jonathan White. “I would like to specifically commend Officer Adam Vasquez with our Strategic Enforcement Team and Detective Raul Enriquez with our Criminal Investigations Division for their efforts in solving this case.”




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