Perhaps getaway driver isn’t a good career choice for one Richmond resident. Marvin James Stewart was indicted last month on one count of evading arrest and/or detention, a state jail felony, after allegedly fleeing from a Richmond police officer. According to court records, he has been convicted of evading police three times in the past, in 2003, 2005 and 2019. 

Grand jury returns 12 felony indictments

Fort Bend County grand jurors returned indictments against 12 individuals on a variety of felony offenses. Those individuals include:

■ Sardar Iqbal Naseer, aggravated sexual assault of a child, a first-degree felony offense punishable by up to life in prison and a $10,000 fine. He is accused of intentionally touching a girl under the age of 14 inappropriately on March 1. Bond was not specified in the indictment. Arresting agency: Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office (FBCSO).

■ Sardar Iqbal Naseer, aggravated sexual assault child, a first-degree felony offense. He is accused of intentionally touching a girl under the age of 14 inappropriately on March 1. Bond was not specified in the indictment. Arresting agency: FBCSO.

■ Marvin James Stewart, burglary of a habitation, a second-degree felony offense punishable by up to 20 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. He is accused of entering another person’s home uninvited on Aug. 12 with the intent to commit theft. Bond was set at $20,000. Arresting agency: Richmond PD. According to the indictment, Stewart was convicted in October 2012 of possessing with intent to sell a controlled substance, which could be used against him at trial. In addition, because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster (coronavirus pandemic), the punishment against Stewart could be enhanced at trial.

■ Aaron Rivera Jones, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, a third-degree felony offense punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. He is accused of possessing a firearm on Aug. 3, which was before the fifth anniversary of his release from prison (felony possession of a controlled substance). Bond was set at $5,000. Arresting agency: Stafford PD.

■ Alfonso Michael Giraldi, driving while intoxicated, third offense or more, a third-degree felony offense. He is accused of driving while intoxicated on April 9. According to the indictment, Giraldi was convicted of DWI twice in December 2015 and once in March 2011, which could be used against him at trial. Bond was set at $5,000. Arresting agency: Missouri City PD.

■ Christopher Joseph Brown, assaulting a family member, member of the household or someone with whom he was romantically involved, a third-degree felony offense. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily injury to a woman on July 30 by grabbing and pulling her, choking her and covering her mouth and nose to prevent her from breathing. According to the indictment, Brown was previously convicted of a similar offense, which could be used against him at trial. Bond was set at $5,000. Arresting agency FBCSO. In addition, because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, the punishment against Brown could be enhanced at trial.

■ Jeremiah Uwanah Ubak-Offiong, evading arrest and/or detention with a vehicle, on Aug. 5, a third-degree felony offense. He is accused of intentionally fleeing a peace officer, knowing full well the officer was attempting to detain or arrest him. Bond was set at $10,000. Arresting agency: Stafford PD.

■ Makhia Samone Hunter, theft of property, valued at between $2,500 and $30,000, a state-jail felony offense punishable by up to two years in a state jail and a $10,000 fine. She is accused of stealing fragrances on July 16 from the Ultra Beauty store in Sugar Land. Bond was set at $3,000. Arresting agency: Sugar Land PD. Because the theft occurred during a declared disaster, the punishment against Hunter could be enhanced at trial.

■ Jasmine Lane Saco, unauthorized use of a vehicle, a state-jail felony offense. She is accused of taking someone’s vehicle on July 16 without permission. Bond was set at $3,000. Arresting agency: Sugar Land PD.

■ Ray Wright, theft of property, valued at 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 grills, a radio, three hats, four watches and one backpack from JC Penney in Sugar Land on July 25. Bond was set at $3,500. Arresting agency: Sugar Land PD. According to the indictment, Wright was convicted of theft in November 2015, August 2014, July 2012, July 2011, October 2010, September 2010 and November 2019. Because the theft occurred during a declared disaster, the punishment against Wright could be enhanced at trial.

■ Karey Russell Fox, unauthorized use of a vehicle, on July 31, a state-jail felony offense. Bond was set at $1,000. Arresting agency: Missouri City PD. According to the indictment, Fox was convicted of felony possession of cocaine in June 2007, March 2008, February 2011 and unauthorized use of a vehicle in September 2018.

■ Karla Berenice Galvan, possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram of 3, 4-methylenedioxy methamphetamine, better known on the street as Ecstasy, on July 31, a state-jail felony offense. Bond was set at $1,500. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.

■ Jovani Santana, theft of property, between $2,500 and $30,000, a state-jail felony offense. Santana is accused of stealing a truck from a man on Aug. 1. Bond was set at $6,000. Arresting agency: FBCSO. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster, the punishment against Santana could be enhanced at trial.

■ Marvin James Stewart, evading arrest and/or detention with a previous conviction of a similar offense, a state-jail felony offense. He is accused of intentionally fleeing from a peace officer on Aug. 12, knowing full well the officer was attempting to detain or arrest him. Bond was set at $2,000. Arresting agency: Richmond PD. According to the indictment, Stewart was convicted of evading arrest and/or detention in June 2003, October 2005 and March 2019, as well as three other felony offenses.

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