Spring, Texas – We have uncovered extensive criminal records attached to the two suspects that attempted to break into a home in the Gleannloch Farms Subdivision, Monday afternoon.
Around 1:00 PM, the Harris County Precinct 4 Constables Office received a call through 911 reporting a burglary in progress in the 30 block of Compton Manor Drive.
Prior to the arrival of deputies, they received information that the suspects had fled the scene on foot. Deputies surrounded the neighborhood and requested the assistance of a police K-9 and air support from the Texas Department of Public Safety.
The first suspect, identified as Brian Derek Hall (26-years-old) was found hiding in a dumpster nearby. The second suspect, Dwain Trenell Hewitt (27) was captured by police after he attempted to get into a blue Hummer and drive out of the neighborhood.
After a search of the vehicle, deputies located a stash of narcotics along with $3,9270.00 in cash that was later seized.
“Brian Hall and Dwain Hewitt were arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail. Brian Hall was charged with Burglary of a Habitation. Dwain Hewitt was charged with Felony Evading on Foot with a Previous Conviction. Their bond and court information have not been set at this time. The streets of Harris County are much safer with these two behind bars.” – Precinct 4 Constable, Mark Herman
Upon further review, we have found extensive criminal records attached to both Hall and Hewitt. According to court records and information obtained from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Hall and Hewitt were just released from a Texas State Prison back in March 2019.
In 2013, Hall was sentenced to 6 years in prison after pleading guilty to a 2nd degree felony for burglary of a habitation. He was released from prison in March 2019. In addition to the felony burglary charges, Hall has also been convicted of assault with bodily injury, evading arrest/detention and multiple drug charges.
Hewitt was also tied to a burglary case out of Kingwood where he plead guilty to a 2nd degree felony and served 6.5 years in a Texas State Prison. He was also released just several months back, in March 2019. Hewitt has a long list of criminal charges, ranging from burglary of a habitation, numerous theft and drug charges, criminal mischief, evading detention, forgery of government documents, failure to identify, and trespassing.
According to officials with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, both men are still in police custody in the Harris County Jail. Their bond or court dates have not yet been set.