Fort Bend County grand jurors returned indictments against 14 individuals for a variety of felony offenses.

Those individuals are:

  • Gabriel Dominic Deleon, possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram of methamphetamine in drug free zone, a third-degree felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. He is accused of possessing the illegal substance on March 13 within 1,000 feet of Wessendorff Middle School. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • Vincent Maurice Williams, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, a third-degree felony. He is accused of possessing a firearm on July 21, 2020, which was before the fifth anniversary of his release from prison (felony robbery). Bond was set at $4,000. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • Robert Glenn Phillips, possession of a controlled substance, between 4 grams and 200 grams of methamphetamine, on Oct. 7, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Bond was set at $2,000. Arresting agency: Stafford PD.
  • Danielle Nicole Hart, accident involving injury, an unspecified felony. She is accused of intentionally drive a vehicle that was involved in a collision with another vehicle on Oct. 8, which resulted in injury to a man. She is also accused of leaving the scene of the accident without first leaving personal identifying information — such as her name, driver’s license number, insurance documentation or vehicle registration number — and without offering assistant to the man who was clearly in need of medical assistance. Bond was set at $4,000. Arresting agency: Missouri City PD.
  • Khan Sohail Akmal, assaulting a family member, member of the household or someone with whom he was romantically involved by impeding breathing and/or circulation, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily injury to a woman on Oct. 25, by hitting her, grabbing her, choking her and covering her nose and mouth to prevent her from breathing. Bond was set at $20,000. Arresting agency: Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office (FBCSO).
  • Pascual Zelaya, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally cutting or hitting a man or threatening a man on Oct. 29, and used a knife to inflict the injury or threaten him. Bond was set at $10,000. Arresting agency: FBCSO.
  • Edward Lee Runner Jr., burglary of a building, a state-jail felony punishable by up to two years in a state jail and a $10,000 fine. He is accused of entering Vision Corner on May 29 without permission. According to the indictment, Runner was convicted twice in June 2014 of felony burglary of a building, which could be used against him in court. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster (coronavirus pandemic), Runner’s punishment could be enhanced if he is convicted. Bond was set at $50,000. Arresting agency: FBCSO.
  • Mario Tomas Acevedo, driving while intoxicated with a child under 15 years of age, on Nov. 6, a state-jail felony. Bond was set at $3,500. Arresting agency: Missouri City PD. Acevedo would have been charged with misdemeanor offense, but because a child younger than 15 was in the vehicle, the offense was enhanced to a felony.
  • Kenja Kashunn Hogan, fraudulent use of and possession of identifying information, items numbering less than five, a state-jail felony. He is accused of possessing two Visa debit cards that belonged to another person without that person’s permission on Nov. 7. Bond was set at $3,500. Arresting agency: Fulshear PD. According to the indictment, Hogan was convicted in June 2020 of felony unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, which could be used against him in court.
  • Deanna Zurita-Lopez, theft of property, less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions of a similar offense, a state-jail felony. She is accused of intentionally stealing one pair of pants, one shirt and one sweater from JC Penney on Nov. 7. Bond was set at $4,000. Arresting agency: Sugar Land PD. According to the indictment, Zurita-Lopez was twice convicted of theft in February 2017, and once in June 2018, which could be used against him in court. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, Zurita-Lopez’ punishment could be enhanced if she is convicted.
  • Kevin Alfonso Flores, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily injury to a man on Nov. 9 by shooting him. Bond was set at $150,000. Arresting agency: Sugar Land PD.
  • Patrick Demond Simmons, burglary of a habitation, a second-degree felony. He is accused of entering a woman’s home on Nov. 15 without her permission. Bond was set at $12,000. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, Simmons’ punishment could be enhanced if convicted.
  • James A Williams, harassment of a public servant, a third-degree felony. He is accused of spitting on a peace officer on Nov. 16. Bond was set at $7,500. Arresting agency: FBCSO.
  • Derek Crawley, injury to a child causing reckless bodily injury, a state-jail felony. He is accused of causing bodily injury to a child under the age of 14 on Nov. 17, by hitting a woman who was holding the child. Bond was set at $20,000. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • James A Williams, assaulting a family member, member of the household or someone with whom he was romantically involved, a third-degree felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily harm to a man on Nov. 16 by grabbing him and throwing him. According to the indictment, Williams was convicted of assault involving family violence in the past, which could be used against him in court. Bond was set at $15,000. Arresting agency: Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office (FBCSO). Because the alleged offense occurred during a declared disaster (coronavirus pandemic), Williams’ punishment could be enhanced if he is convicted.
  • Mark Allen Oliver, possession of a controlled substance, between 4 grams and 200 grams of heroin, on Nov. 17, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Bond was set at $2,500. Arresting agency: Katy PD. According to the indictment, Oliver was convicted of felony possession of a controlled substance and felony sale of a controlled substance in May 2013, which could be used against him in court.
  • Edgar Eduardo Puente, evading arrest and/or detention with a vehicle, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intenionally fleeing from a peace officer on Nov. 19, knowing full well the officer was attempting to arrest or detain him. According to the indictment, Puente was convicted of felony burglary of a habitation in March 2004, which coud be used against him in court. Bond was set at $8,000. Arresting agency: Missouri City PD.
  • Marco Antonio Carreon-Mendoza, driving while intoxicated with a child under 15 years of age, on Nov. 22, a state-jail felony offense punishable by up to two years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Carreon-Mendoza would have been charged with a misdemeanor DWI offense but it was enhanced to a felony because a child was in the vehicle at the time.
  • Shedrack Chidomere, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily injry to a woman by hitting her on Nov. 28, 2020, and he possessed a knife at the time. Bond was set at $15,000. Arresting agency: FBCSO.
  • Adrian Demond Dixon, theft of property, less than $2,500 in value with two or more previous convictions of a similar offense, a state-jail felony. He is accused of stealing eight pairs of pants, two pairs of shorts, two jackets, four tops from Nike stores on Dec. 2. Bond was set at $2,500. Arresting agency: Katy PD. According to the indictment, Dixon was convicted of theft in March 2014 and October 2019, which could be used against him in court. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, Dixon’s punishment could be enhanced if he is convicted.
  • Lorena Edniqua Jones, theft of property, less than $2,500 in value with two or more previous convictions of a similar offense, a state-jail felony. She is accused of stealing eight pairs of pants, two pairs of shorts, two jackets, four tops from Nike stores on Dec. 2. Bond was set at $6,000. Arresting agency: Katy PD. According to the indictment, Jones was convicted of theft in June 2010, July 2013, twice in May 2015, November 2016 and June 2018, which could be used against her in court. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, Jone’s punishment could be enhanced if she is convicted.
  • Bobbie Shontell Samuel, theft of property, less than $2,500 in value with two or more previous convictions of a similar offense, a state-jail felony. He is accused of stealing eight pairs of pants, two pairs of shorts, two jackets, four tops from Nike stores on Dec. 2. Bond was set at $2,500. Arresting agency: Katy PD. According to the indictment, Samuel was convicted of theft in August 1995, April 2003, November 2009, July 2010, April 2011, February 2014, twice in December 2016, June 2018 and twice in January 2020, which could be used against him in court. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, Samuel’s punishment could be enhanced if he is convicted.
  • Johnny Lee Taylor, possession of a controlled substance, between 4 grams and 400 grams of of 3,4-methylenedioxy methamphetamine, better known as Ecstacy, on Dec. 5, a second-degree felony. Bond was set at $1,000. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • Patience Gilbert, aggravated assault a with deadly weapon, a second-degree felony. She is accused of intentionally threatening a man with imminent bodily injury on Dec. 5, and Gilbert possessed a knife or hammer at the time. Accrding to the indictment, alleged victim is a member of Gilbert’s family, household or someone with whom she was romantically involved, which could be used against her in court. Bond was set at $20,000. Arresting agency: Houston PD.
  • Ernest Jackson, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally threatening a man with imminent bodily injury on Dec. 9, and Jackson possessed a firearm at the time. According to the indictment, Jackson was convicted of felony burglary of a habitation, which could be used against him in court. Bond was set at $40,000. Arresting agency: Hou ston PD.
  • Deryck Alan Plumadore, unauthorized use of a vehicle, a state-jail felony, on Dec. 10. Bond was set at $2,500. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • Matrechia Chantrille Hoskins, theft of property, less than $2,500 in value with two or more previous convictions of a similar offense, a state-jail felony offense. Hoskins is accused of stealing a shirt from Polo Ralph Lauren on Dec. 11, 2020. According to the indictment, Hoskins was twice convicted of theft in March 2007, theft-third offender in April 2008,, felony possession of cocaine in May 2012 and felony possession of phencyclidine in June 2014, all of which could be used against him in court. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, Hoskins’ punishment could be enhanced if he is convicted. Bond was set at $3,000. Arresting agency: Katy PD.
  • Maria Lydia Rangel, possession of a controlled substance, between 1 gram and 4 grams of amphetamine, on Dec. 11, a third-degree felony. Bond was set at $3,000. Arresting agency: Katy PD.
  • Reginald Keith Allen, impersonating a public servant, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally impersonating a Harris County juvenile probation officer on Dec. 12 in order to mislead a real peace officer. Specifically, Allen possessed a badge and ID card, which were fraudulent. Bond was set at $7,500. Arresting agency: Katy PD.
  • Mark Peter Cacace, attempt to take weapon from an officer, a state-jail felony. He is accused of intentionally attempting to take a stun gun from a peace officer on Dec. 14. According to the indictment, Cacace was convicted in April 2019 of felony assualt/family violence and felony harrassement of a public servant, both of which could be used against him in court. Bond was set at $10,000. Arresting agency: Katy PD.
  • Mark Peter Cacace, assaulting a peace officer or judge, a second-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily injury to a peace officer on Dec. 14 by biting him. Bond was set at $5,000. Arresting agency: Katy PD. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, Cacace’s punishment could be enhanced if he is convicted.
  • Mark Peter Cacace, harassment of a public servant, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally spit on a peace officer on Dec. 14. Bond was set at $5,000. Arresting agency: Katy PD.
  • Mark Peter Cacace, obstruction or retaliation, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally threatening to kill two peace officers on Dec. 14. Bond was set at $2,000. Arresting agency: Katy PD.
  • Demarcus Deshaun Carter, theft of property, less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions of a similar offense, a state-jail felony offense. He is accused of stealing two pairs of shoes from Academy on Dec. 16. Bond was set at $15,000. Arresting agency: Sugar Land PD. According to the indictment, Carter was convicted of theft in July 2012, and February 2015, felony burglary of a habitation in April 2015 and in November 2017, all of which could be used against him in court. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, Carter’s punishment could be enhanced if he is convicted.
  • Ayanna Gillum, theft of property, less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions of a similar offense, a state-jail felony offense. She is accused of stealing two jars of cream and two packs of toothbrushes from Krogers on Dec. 17. Bond was set at $5,000. Arresting agency: FBCSO. According to the indictment, Gillum was convicted of theft twice in November 2019, which could be used against her in court. Because the alleged offense occured during a declared disaster, Gillum’s punishment could be enhanced if she is convicted.
  • Chris Garcia Zuniga, assaulting a family member, member of the household or someone with whom he was romantically involved, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily injury to a woman on Dec. 12 by grabbing her wrist and scratching her. According to the indictment, Zuniga was convicted of family violence in October 2013, June 2016 and January 2019, which could be used against him in court. Bond was set at $10,000. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • Ken Leong Chong, deadly conduct by discharging a firearm, a second-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally threatening a man with imminent bodily injury on May 30, 2017, and Chong possessed a firearm at the time. Bond was set at $15,000. Arresting agency: FBCSO.

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