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Three Plead Guilty to Violent Home Invasions in Sugar Land

(SUGAR LAND) - From May of 2019 to June of 2020, more than 10 violent home invasions occurred in and around the Sugar Land area including five in the Alkire Lake area. Two

masked and armed men would enter the homes usually by forced entry or open back doors and tie up the residents with zip ties. The masked intruders would steal valuables from the residences and then drive away with the victim’s vehicle. Victims were never able to see the offender’s faces due to their clothing and investigative leads were few and far between.


In May of 2020, SLPD Detectives were able to locate multiple suspect vehicles through the city’s License Plate Recognition system. Sugar Land police

teamed up with the Houston Police Department and they were able to arrest three subjects in June of 2020 shortly after they committed a home invasion robbery in their city. SLPD Detectives conducted interviews and gathered crucial digital evidence from their cell phones including text messages, call logs and photos linking them to many of the crimes.


Recently, the following individuals pleaded guilty in Federal court and received the following sentences:



  • Timothy Dion Morant, 55 years of age, received 27 years in Federal Prison.

  • Alvin Woods, 45 years old, received 20 years in Federal Prison.

  • Chikevia Roberts, 32 years of age will be sentenced soon.

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