Multi-Agency Effort Results in Capture of Montgomery County Burglary Suspects

Multi-Agency Effort Results in Capture of Montgomery County Burglary Suspects

On February 16, 2024, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Deputies swiftly responded to a burglary in progress at the Gregory Apartments in Porter. Upon arrival, deputies were informed by apartment management that two individuals were breaking into unoccupied apartments to steal appliances.

Thanks to the quick actions of the deputies, one suspect was located and detained. However, the second suspect managed to flee on foot, prompting a coordinated effort by MCSO Deputies, Constable Precinct 4 Deputies, and Texas DPS Troopers to surround the area. K9 units from the MCSO were deployed to track down the fleeing suspect, resulting in a successful apprehension after a brief manhunt.

East Precinct Detectives arrived at the scene to interview the suspects and gather additional information. There is potential for these suspects to be linked to multiple other burglaries in the area, and detectives will continue their investigation.

Jordan Lee Edinburgh, arrested for Burglary of a Habitation and Resisting Arrest, is currently out on bond through Harris County. Reginald D. Coleman, also apprehended for Burglary of a Habitation, Unlawful Carry of a Weapon, and Evading Arrest/Detention, had an active warrant in Harris County for a probation violation related to a deadly conduct charge.

Sheriff Henderson praised the collaborative efforts of law enforcement agencies, stating, “Today’s arrests serve as a powerful testament to the dedication and collaborative efforts of law enforcement agencies in our community. The swift response and coordinated actions exemplify the power of working together as a force multiplier to keep our community safe. I am immensely proud of everyone involved, and I commend their unwavering dedication to upholding the law and protecting our citizens.”