Two more people involved in the March ATM theft at the BBVA compass in Navasota have been arrested.
Two were originally arrested after the incident, which resulted in a car chase through several counties. Authorities said after reviewing video footage from the theft, there were three people they could identify. All had arrest warrants issued, and were identified as 25 year old Steve Alexander, 23 year old Aaron Kirkwood, and 20 year old Brittney Dobbs, all from Trinity.
According to authorities, Kirkwood was arrested in a Montgomery County traffic stop in June, and taken to the Grimes County Jail. Dobbs was arrested by Navasota PD near her residence in Trinity the week of July 6th. Alexander remains at large, and has outstanding warrants.
The original incident happened on March 19th, when several subjects were seen around the ATM at the Compass Bank. When officers approached, several fled on foot and jumped into a waiting vehicle. That resulted i a multi-county car chase down Highway 290, eventually stopping in Houston. Only two were arrested then, 25 year old Jeremy Johnson of Missouri City and 21 year old Kyerica German of Houston.
All five face charges of Theft of an ATM Machine. Due to the crime happening during the Governor’s State of Emergency Declaration, charges are elevated from second-degree felony, to first-degree felony.
Navasota PD asks if you have information as to the whereabouts of Steve Alexander, call them at 936-825-6410. He is also listed, with a picture, as the Crime Stopper Fugitive of the Week in the Navasota Examiner.