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Kendleton Mayor One of Two Arrested Following Investigations by DA’s Public Integrity Division

(FORT BEND COUNTY) - Fort Bend County District Attorney Brian Middleton has announced two local arrests obtained by the District Attorney’s Public Integrity Division.

Last Thursday, July 27, Andrea Bolger, a former City of Sugar Land employee, was arrested following her indictment by a Fort Bend County Grand Jury for Theft by a Public Servant. Bolger is alleged to have embezzled between $30,000 and $150,000 from the Sugar Land Police Officers Association and the Sugar Land Police Department during her employment from 2016 to 2022.


The Texas Rangers investigated the case alongside investigators from the District Attorney’s Office. The range of punishment for this offense is 2 to 20 years in prison.


On Aug. 2, Kendleton Mayor Darryl Humphrey was arrested following his second indictment by a Fort Bend County grand jury. Humphrey is charged with Abuse of Official Capacity for allegedly subjecting a Kendleton RV Park owner to unlawful water and sewer charges. Humphrey is already under indictment for failing or refusing to comply with that same RV Park owner’s 2021 and 2022 requests for public information.


“As public servants, we are accountable to the public we serve,” said Chief Public Integrity Prosecutor Charann Thompson. “Residents of Fort Bend County expect us to hold ourselves to the same standards we hold them to, and that is a commitment we intend to honor.”


District Attorney Middleton stated, “No one is above the law and everyone should be treated equally under the law. The Public Integrity Division was formed in 2019 to investigate and prosecute crimes committed by government officials and employees. The Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office is committed to rooting out public corruption in order to maintain the public’s trust in government.”


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