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Officer recovers two stolen vehicles

Charshon Tarez Rollins, Kendrick Lloyd Alexander, Thelma Joyce Holman-Graham. Photo Source Longview PD Charshon Tarez Rollins, Kendrick Lloyd Alexander, Thelma Joyce Holman-Graham. Photo Source Longview PD
LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

Released by the Longview Police Department:

LONGVIEW, TX - In the overnight hours of Monday June 14th-Tuesday June 15, 2010 a Longview patrol officer recovered two stolen vehicles and arrested its occupants.

At around 1:27 a.m., Officer Alex Castillo was on Rollins Street at MLK Boulevard when he spotted a white Dodge Neon that had been reported stolen in Tyler. Officer Castillo stopped the vehicle in the 3200 block of MLK Boulevard and, with the assistance of other officers, arrested the driver Charshon Tarez Rollins.

Additionally, the passenger, Kendrick Lloyd Alexander, was also arrested for an outstanding warrant. The vehicle was towed to a storage lot for the owner and both Rollins and Alexander were booked into the Gregg County Jail.

The second stop occurred around 2:35 a.m., when Officer Castillo spotted a stolen Ford Explorer on Millie Street at MLK Boulevard. The driver of the vehicle, Thelma Joyce Holman-Graham was arrested and charged with theft of a motor vehicle (State jail felony) and booked into the Gregg County Jail. The vehicle, which had been reported stolen on June 6, 2010 from The Timbers apartments at 2114 East Marshall Avenue, was returned to its owner.

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