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Teens Arrested for Shipley Do-Nuts Armed Robbery in Katy


May 1, 2020

By Katy Magazine Editors

At 5:45 a.m. on April 29, three teenage masked intruders entered Shipley Do-Nuts, located on Katy Mills Boulevard and held employees at gun point while taking cash from the register. According to the press release, they then robbed employees of their personal belongings.

The suspects then left Shipley Do-Nuts and robbed an unnamed business located near Grand Parkway and Cinco Ranch Boulevard.

Suspects Arrested

Jadarious Jaymond Polley, Christopher Calob Batiste, Datavian Lee McDonald, and an unnamed minor were taken into custody and charged with felony aggravated robbery and organized criminal activity after the alleged crime spree. It has been confirmed that two of the suspects have Katy addresses. The oldest suspect, Christopher Calob Batiste, is 19.

Investigators said the trucks they drove had been reported as stolen from a nearby residential subdivision.

Prior Arrests

According to Harris County crime records, Jadarious Jaymond Polley of Katy, 18, has been arrested three times since January. His prior arrests include: Assault with a Bodily Injury (2/20/20) and Theft of $2500-$30,000 (1/24/20).

Jadarious Jaymond Polley, 18

According to the press release, “The Katy Police Department, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office, and the Texas Department of Public Safety conducted a collaborative investigation, located two stolen pick-up trucks, and conducted surveillance in Harris and Fort Bend County."

Investigators believe the suspects may be responsible for multiple doughnut store robberies in the area, the press release said.

“We want the community to know the Katy Police Department will work vigorously to apprehend dangerous criminals that come into our city and attempt to prey on our unsuspecting citizens and business owners,” the release said.


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