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Missouri City theft suspects arrested By Landan Kuhlmann LKUHLMANN@FORTBENDSTAR.COM
Two suspects were arrested and charged in connection with a string of vehicle burglaries in Missouri City last week. According to the Missouri City Police Department, 27-year-old Tony Garner and 26-year-old Sherry Jean Millings were arrested Aug. 6 on charges of vehicle burglary and illegal possession of narcotics. Missouri City Police said in a news release that officers initially responded to an attempted burglary of a motor vehicle in the parking lot of a Kroger store in the 10300 block of State Highway 6. According to police, the female victim was leaving a local restaurant and got into the driver’s
seat before Garner allegedly entered the passenger door and attempted to snatch her purse. “The victim would not let go of her purse and began yelling and honking her horn, which startled the suspect and fled,” the release read. A short time later, police said there was a second incident at an H-E-B in the
8900 block of Highway 6, where one of the suspects stole the victim’s purse. Following further investigation of businesses in the area, police say they located the suspects’ car at a Walmart in the 5500 block of Highway 6. After police stopped the car, they found the stolen property along with illegal narcotics, according to the release.
Applications open for FBISD Boundary Oversight Committee From Staff Reports
A group aimed at providing community input and guidance for future Fort Bend ISD attendance zone boundary modifications is now accepting applications. Online applications for the district’s newly formed School Boundary Oversight Committee (SBOC) will be accepted through Aug. 25, according to a news release from the dis-
trict. A 2019 FBISD policy modification created the group, which will consist of one community member and three parents from each of the district’s high school feeder patterns. The SBOC will be charged with gaining community input on proposed changes, for the 2020-21 school year and beyond, by holding community meetings in areas that could be affected. “Through the establishment of the SBOC,
our board is ensuring another level of parent and community engagement following each annual enrollment review,” FBISD board president Jason Burdine said in the release. “While changing boundaries is difficult, the needs of all students are at the forefront.” Additional information about the School Boundary Oversight Committee and the online application can be located online at fortbendisd.com/SBOC.
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