Three suspects in custody following house buglary
Two men and a woman are in custody in conjunction with a burglary Wednesday in Crowley.
Timothy Davis, 38 of Granbury, and Steven Capko, 24, of Blue Mound, were arrested after the gray Dodge Durango they were driving rolled near the 1700 block of SW Alsbury Boulevard. The rollover occurred after Burleson Police attempted to stop the vehicle.
The men fled the vehicle and entered a nearby cornfield. Burleson Police officers and Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies caught the men soon thereafter.
The suspects were wanted in conjunction with the robbery of a house in the 1700 block of Impala Drive in Crowley.
According to Johnson County Sheriff’s Deputy Aaron Pitts, deputies responded to a 911 call about a burglary at around 9 a.m. Wednesday. The victim said four subjects were burglarizing his home.
The victim told the deputies that when he came home he was approached by two men in his backyard. Another suspect opened the victim’s garage door and pointed a gun at the victim’s head.
After the confrontation, Davis and Capko left the scene in the Durango. As they fled, some items, which the victim identified as coming from inside his home, fell out of
Durango. The third suspect and a female left in a red SUV of unknown make with a trailer attached.
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office then put out a “be on the lookout call” for the suspects to other agencies.
The suspect’s vehicle was spotted 9:15 a.m. by Burleson Police Department. The officers attempted to stop the vehicle leading to the suspects fleeing at a high rate of speed. The pursuit ended when the suspects rolled their vehicle near the 1700 block of Alsbury near a roundabout.
Davis and Capko were taken to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth for medical evaluation. They were later released and taken to the Johnson County Jail.
During the course of the investigation, the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office identified two additional suspects. Alison Davis was found in Hood County and arrested by the Hood County Sheriff’s Office. Another suspect was arrested in the Crowley area but was later released and cleared of all charges after it was found he was not involved in the incident.