Friendswood Police arrest Houston woman on theft charge
Friendswood Police arrested a local fugitive Aug. 9, after she allegedly slipped into the office of a nursing home administrator and rummaged through her purse.
When the administrator allegedly caught Houston resident Treatha Robinson Johnson, 45, in the act, Johnson told her she was visiting the home, located at 213 E. Heritage Drive, to gather information about the facility for her mother, according to a Friendswood Police Department news release.
Police say they arrived to the facility shortly after 9:40 a.m., completed a preliminary investigation and discovered that Johnson, a convicted felon, had five outstanding warrants for alleged credit card abuses, four in Montgomery County and one in Galveston County, according to the release.
Officers arrested Johnson and transported her to the Friendswood City Jail, where she is awaiting transfer to Galveston County. There, she will be held on an $80,000 bond, according to the release.