Kingwood Robbery Suspect Identified and Charged

 A suspect has been arrested and charged in the robbery at a bank inside a grocery store at 600 Kingwood Drive about 12:50 p.m. on May 1.

The suspect, James Hershel Valentinis-Dee (w/m, DOB: 5-20-75), was arrested and is charged with robbery. The charge was filed by the Montgomery County District Attorney’s office.

Robbery Division Bank Task Force Sergeant J. B. Whitely reported:

The suspect walked into the Randall’s store at 600 Kingwood Drive and handed a note to a teller at the Wells Fargo bank which read, “this is a robbery.” The suspect told the teller to place the money on the counter. After getting the money, the suspect walked out of the store and got into a light colored pickup truck.

Traffic Incident at Kingwood Drive at Trail River

Houston police are investigating a fatal traffic accident on Kingwood Drive at Trail River on Monday (May 23) about 4:10 p. m.

The deceased victim has been identified as Beulah Dennis, 87, of 3618 Riverwood Park.

HPD Mobility Incident Management Division Sergeant N. Nguyen and Officer R. Breiding reported:

A 1996 Honda Accord being driven northbound on Trail River by the deceased (Beulah Dennis) failed to yield right of way when leaving the stop sign at Trail River and Kingwood Drive. The vehicle was struck by a 1999 GMC Yukon traveling eastbound on Kingwood Drive. Paramedics pronounced Ms. Dennis dead at the scene. The driver of the other vehicle was transported to Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital with minor injuries.

The investigation is continuing.