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Home Invasion Arrest

by on March 30, 2012

 

 MARCH 22, 2012.

PRESS RELEASE

 ParkerCountySheriff’s investigators arrested a male suspect Thursday, March 22, 2012, in connection with a recent aggravated robbery case.

Sheriff Larry Fowler said a burglary in progress call was reported shortly after 7 p.m. March 9, 2012, in the 100 block ofCahill Court, in Weatherford, where two armed suspects forced their way into the home of a married couple and stole an undisclosed amount of currency, jewelry, weapons and personal identification.

The male victim was forced to the ground, while the female victim was led into another section of the residence and forced to give the suspects personal belongings.

During an extensive investigation, Sheriff’s investigators were led toFort Worth, where David Alberto Dozal was positively identified by the victims as one of the men who forced themselves into their residence, and threatened them with semi-automatic pistols.

Fowler said a search warrant was conducted Thursday by Sheriff’s Criminal Investigations Division investigators. Members of the Weatherford-Parker County Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team and Fort Worth SWAT members assisted in the apprehension and arrest of Dozal at hisFort Worthresidence Thursday in the 1200 block ofEast Arlington Avenue, where a large amount of property was recovered, including items reported stolen in the home invasion onCahill Courtamong other cases.

Sheriff’s investigators said the case is still ongoing and additional arrests are pending the investigation.

“We are very pleased with our investigators for their strenuous efforts in the investigation,” Fowler said. “And we are thankful for the assistance of the FAST unit and Fort Worth SWAT team. We believe our investigators will be able to clear five other burglary cases in addition to the aggravated robbery case with the conclusion of this investigation.”

Dozal was charged with two counts of aggravated robbery. As of Thursday evening, Dozal remains incarcerated at the Parker County Jail. His bond has yet to be set.

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