Rosenberg Police Officers and Detectives conducted a special operation overnight which led to the arrest of two suspects believed to be responsible for several burglaries over the last two weeks.
Rosenberg Police have seen an increase in burglaries over the last several weeks. In order to combat this increase, Officers and Detectives worked quickly to create a special operation plan targeting burglary “hot spots”. In the overnight hours, the men and women of the Rosenberg Police Department were successful in arresting two subjects suspected of breaking into vehicles.
During the operation, Officers spotted Todderiq Rose (20 years old) and Patrick Dade (21 years old), both from Houston, while the pair were actively attempting to break into a vehicle. After a short vehicle pursuit which ended in Sugar Land, the pair were taken into custody. Rose was charged with Burglary of a Vehicle, Attempted Burglary of a Vehicle, Unlawful Possession of Firearm by Felon and Unlawful Possession of Criminal Instruments. Dade was charged with Burglary of a Vehicle, Attempted Burglary of a Vehicle, Unlawful Possession of Firearm by Felon, Unlawful Possession of Criminal Instruments and Evading in a Vehicle. Both will be taken to Fort Bend County Jail. At this time no bond has been set.
Based on evidence recovered at the scene and surveillance video from previous burglaries, the pair are suspected in several other vehicle and business burglaries. Charges are expected, but have yet to be file for these previous incidents.
Todderiq Rose, 20 years old
Patrick Dade, 21 years old
Several Items in Rose and Dade had in their possession