Two Houston men accused in burglary ring in Cinco Ranch area
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Two Houston men have been charged in a burglary ring in the Cinco Ranch area.
The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office says their investigation of two cases -- one in the 4300 block of Eden Point Ln. and another in the 3600 block of Victory Terrace Ln. of the Cinco Ranch Subdivision on April 4 -- led to the identification of Richard Hernandez Gonzalez and Fausto Valentine-Torres as suspects.
Detectives were able to connect the men to another case in the Lakemont Subdivisions and believe they may be connected to several other cases in the vicinity. Some of the items recovered in the investigation include electronics, cell phones and jewelry.
Hernandez Gonzalez, 33, and Valentine-Torres, 28, are charged with burglary of a habitation.
The two were apprehended at their residences on May 3. Both have a $75,000 bond.
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