Update on Incident at 15240 Galveston Road
July 12, 2006 -- Houston police
juvenile sex crimes investigators have released a composite sketch
of a suspect wanted in the kidnapping and sexual assault of a
juvenile female at 15240 Galveston Road about 9:55 p.m. on July
is described as a Hispanic male with white hair, in his mid 50s
to early 60s with a medium build, wearing a tan button-down shirt,
dark pants, and a baseball cap. The suspect was driving a dark
colored extended cab pickup
The victim told investigators she was driven
to an unknown building where the suspect sexually assaulted her.
HPD Officer H. Ruiz of the Juvenile Division
Sex Crimes Unit and Homicide Division Officers K. Carr and A.
The victim went to a grocery store with her mother
about 8:30 p.m. and returned home about 8:50 p.m. After having
been home for about 30 minutes, the suspect knocked at the door
stating he was from the grocery store they had just shopped at.
When the suspect told the victim's mother that her daughter had
stolen some candy from the store, the victim's mother said she
was going to call the store to verify the suspect's information.
The mother then went to get a pen and upon returning to the front
door, she noticed the suspect and her daughter were gone. The
mother called police to report the incident. At about 2:10 a.m.
on July 6, the female victim was found by a Pasadena police officer
at a convenience store near the East Sam Houston Parkway South
and Red Bluff, where the suspect had dropped her off. The girl
was then transported to Texas Children's Hospital for an exam.
Anyone with information on the suspect in this
case is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
information, please contact the HPD Public Affairs Division a