Two teenagers arrested for aggravated robbery in Katy

By George Slaughter, News Editor
Posted 2/4/22

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s deputies arrested two teenagers for aggravated robbery at a Katy apartment complex in the 6800 block of Gaston Road.

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Two teenagers arrested for aggravated robbery in Katy

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Fort Bend County Sheriff’s deputies arrested two teenagers for aggravated robbery at a Katy apartment complex in the 6800 block of Gaston Road.

Arrested were Prince Ivery, 17, and Pharoah Bloodsaw, 17.

On Jan. 28, deputies responded to a call in which the victim reported two suspects known to him had entered his vehicle, threatened him with a rifle and stole the victim’s vehicle before fleeing.

Deputies said both Ivery and Bloodsaw were located at a nearby shopping center. Deputies recovered the victim’s stolen property.

After further investigation, detectives learned that both Ivery and Bloodsaw were connected to a previous aggravated robbery reported on Jan. 19. In that case, deputies said the victim was leaving a restaurant in LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch when both Ivery and Bloodsaw showed a firearm, stole the victim’s vehicle and fled.

The vehicle was later recovered in San Jacinto County.

Both Ivery and Bloodsaw are in the Fort Bend County Jail. Ivery is charged with two counts of aggravated robbery with a bond set at $75,000 for each charge. Bloodsaw is also charged with two counts of aggravated robbery, as well as possession of controlled substance and assault. Bond is set for Bloodsaw for a total of $151,000.