Montgomery County Sheriff's Office and Conroe PD Work Together to Solve Theft Spree

By: Specialist Steve Squier
| Published 02/05/2020


CONROE, TX -- On January 3, 2020, Conroe Police Department Detectives arrested Robert Charles Perry (37 year old w/m) who was driving a stolen vehicle, and suspected of involvement in multiple thefts and burglaries. His arrest and subsequent investigation led to another theft and burglary suspect, Michael William Randall (46 year old w/m), who was already in the Montgomery County Jail on unrelated charges. As the investigation continued, Detectives with the Conroe Police Department, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, and the Montgomery County Automotive Theft Task Force conducted several searches on related residences. This resulted in the recovery of two stolen vehicles, as well as other stolen property with an estimated total value of $70,000. This investigation also produced leads that could tie as many as seven Conroe Police Department cases, and five Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office cases to these suspects.

This is yet another excellent example of agencies working together toward our common goal of serving our communities, and we would like to congratulate the numerous Detectives involved in this case on a job well done.

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