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Thieves Take Stolen Car on Meat Stealing Spree

(ROSENBERG) – Rosenberg police arrested two men after a traffic stop on a vehicle reported stolen out of College Station reveled more than $500 in stolen meat from Katy and Houston-area grocery stores.

Cornileus Davis

On Tuesday, Jan. 23, Rosenberg Police K9 Officer Manriquez conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that was reported stolen out of College Station, Texas. During the traffic stop, officers discovered a large amount of meat products inside the vehicle. A total of 18 packages of meat, including steaks, brisket and pork chitterlings, were found in the car. It was determined that the meat was stolen from various grocery stores in Katy and the Houston area.

The driver of the stolen vehicle was identified as 32-year-old Cornileus Davis from Pattison, Texas. Davis was arrested for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, and additional theft charges are pending. The passenger was identified as 31-year-old Robert Stevenson from Brookshire, Texas. Stevenson was arrested for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and additional theft charges are pending.

Robert Stevenson

“I applaud our Officers for their vigilance in stopping this criminal episode,” said Rosenberg Police Chief Jonathan Whit. “Without the intervention of the Officers, more crimes would have likely occurred against citizens and businesses in our area.”


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