Hearne resident arrested for car lot burglary
It’s not the first time according to Robertson County DA Coty Siegert that Sexton Daquez Curry, 21has been arrested for burglary.
Curry garnered attention when arrested this past week in Bryan when he was questioned by Bryan Police Department as to why he fled from officers. Curry’s response was “because I’m from Hearne and cops there shoot people.”
Curry having been a part of several incidents involving the Hearne Police Department was really speaking from first hand knowledge.
In December 2012 Curry was arrested for Burglary of a Habitation and convicted in January 2013. Curry was sentenced to 5 years in the Texas Department of Correction and given a chance by the Robertson County DA’s Office. Siegert assigned Curry to Boot Camp and upon successful completion of that program, Curry returned to the court where he was given the rest of his time, roughly 4 years, to serve as probation.
Though never charged, it is widely believed that Curry was also hiding in a home when Hearne Officers responded to a burglary where one suspect was shot in the Gluteus Maximus by a Hearne officer while fleeing from the crime scene.
“We have a hold on Curry in Brazos County and will soon file a Motion To Revoke of his probation,” said Siegert. Curry will then face the remainder of his sentence in prison.
July 3, 2014, Bryan Police officers noticed a man fleeing from the Jim Whitley Motors on Texas Avenue. Curry confessed to the police that he was acting as a lookout for “someone else” and claimed he feared police.
Curry now faces a state jail felony, burglary of a building punishable up to two years, a Class A misdemeanor for burglary of a vehicle, evading arrest as well as a warrant for public intoxication.
Bail was set for Curry at $16,000.00, however he remains behind bars at the time of this report.
Dennis Phillips | Robertson County News