Tomball, Texas – December 20, 2018: A UPS driver was arrested on Wednesday after allegedly stealing packages that he was supposed to be delivering to customers.
The Harris County Precinct 4 Constables Office was called to the 24700 block of Tomball Parkway in reference to a theft case. The manager told deputies that she saw the driver hiding packages in the backseat of his vehicle. The manager also overheard a cell phone conversation where the driver told another individual his plans to come back to steal more packages.
The driver, later identified as Gilbert Ray Good, confessed to stealing the packages when confronted by the manager. Good fled the scene prior to the arrival of police.
Deputies filed a warrant for his arrest and when doing so found that Good had an open warrant for aggravated robbery.
On December 19, 2018, Gilbert Good was arrested at his residence and booked in the Harris County Jail on a $25,000 bond for two charges; Class A Misdemeanor Theft and 1st Degree Aggravated Robbery.
Good has since posted bond.
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