Valero Robbery Suspect in Custody, HARRIS COUNTY, February 14, 2013 - On Tuesday February 12, 2013 an arrest warrant was issued for Dylan Daniel McKenzie, 20, of Winnie. The warrant was issued in connection with an ongoing investigation into an Aggravated Robbery that occurred on February 2, 2013. The evidence indicates Dylan Daniel McKenzie was involved in an Aggravated Robbery a 1st Degree Felony that occurred at the Valero convenience store located at 313 South Houston. The Livingston Police Department received a Crime Stoppers Tip which lead officers to identify McKenzie as a person of interest. A joint investigation with Baytown Police Department and Chambers County Sheriff’s Office produced information that McKenzie was an actor involved in the Aggravated Robbery. At time of press, the case remains under investigation. The suspect Dylan Daniel McKenzie is in custody in the Harris County Jail under a $150,000 bond and waiting to be extradited back to Polk County.
Editor's Note: As soon as McKenzie's mugshot is made available, we'll be sure to post it on this website.
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Officers and Detectives with Livingston Police Department at Livingston Valero Saturday night.
Livingston Valero Robbed at Gunpoint, LIVINGSTON, February 3, 2013 - Shortly after 11 pm on February 2, 2013, a white male walked into the Livingston Valero convenience store/service station, produced a pistol and robbed the attendant. The robber demanded cash and got away with an undisclosed amount of money. Livingston Police Officers were dispatched to the scene (including Detective Marty Drake, Lieutenant Matt Parrish, Sergeant Darrell Newman, and Officers Kaleb Barker and Dallas Early). The suspect fled south-bound on US-146 and is believed to have gotten away in a red Dodge pickup (duly) with a tool box and a grill guard. If you or anyone you know may have any information regarding this crime please contact the Livingston Police Department or Polk County Crime Stoppers.
The images listed below are images of the robber and his get away vehicle. The images were caught by Valero surveilance cameras. Click the images below for a larger view.
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