Law enforcement authorities have made significant progress in the investigation of the burglary at a non-profit headquarters in Colleyville that occurred earlier this month. After careful analysis and collaboration between the Grapevine Police Department and other nearby agencies, suspects have been identified and warrants have been issued for their arrest.
The initial incident, which took place in May, 2023, involved the brazen burglary of a non-profit organization's headquarters. Surveillance footage captured the criminals in action, and the Grapevine Police Department's Crime Analyst noticed striking similarities between the suspects in this case and individuals who had been apprehended shortly after a burglary in Keller. Subsequent comparisons confirmed that the culprits responsible for both the Colleyville and Keller burglaries were indeed the same.
The suspects have been identified as Aaron Patterson, 42 years old, and Montre Washington, 32 years old. Warrants have been secured for both individuals on charges of two counts of Burglary of a Building and one count of Criminal Mischief. Currently, Aaron Patterson is in custody for the Colleyville offenses, as well as various other charges related to Burglary, Criminal Mischief, and Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity across the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
While Montre Washington has been positively identified, law enforcement officials have yet to determine his current whereabouts. As a result, active warrants remain in place for his arrest.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Montre Washington, contact Det. Garcia at 817-503-1262 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or call CrimeStoppers of Tarrant County anonymously at 817-469-TIPS (8477).