CRANDALL, Texas — UPDATE [May 12, 2021] — Two people were arrested earlier today in Collin County by members of the Collin County Sheriff's Office and the Joint East Texas Fugitive Task Force in connection with the May 3rd vehicle burglary turned robbery that left a Crandall woman unconscious in her driveway.
Arrested on Crandall Police Department warrants were 19-year-old Devin Zimmerman of Kaufman, Texas, and 18-year-old Kassidy Weaver of Farmersville, Texas. Both were arrested in Farmersville and have since been transported and booked into the Collin County Jail until their eventual transport to the Kaufman County Jail.
Zimmerman and Weaver both face robbery charges, a second-degree felony.
After being identified by investigators, Crandall Police Department Chief Forrest Frierson says the pair was initially cooperative and aided in the return of some of the personal property taken during a string of burglaries on the morning of the robbery.
The Crandall Police Department is continuing to investigate.
Bond information was not available, as of press time.
ORIGINAL [May 3, 2021] — A Crandall woman was knocked unconscious after discovering her vehicle being burglarized early Monday morning— police are now working to identify the alleged suspect(s).
The incident occurred at approximately 2:45 a.m., on Monday, May 3, 2021, on Creekview Circle in Crandall.
The victim, Misty, the owner of Misty's Sweet Treats in Crandall, tells inForney.com she was about to load her vehicle for the bakery and to babysit her grandbaby before work when she observed her vehicle being burglarized in her driveway.
"The victim confronted the offender in the vehicle and after a brief struggle an unknown offender struck the victim from behind," Crandall Police Department Chief Forrest Frierson told inForney.com in response to a request for information.
Misty says she got a few hits on the suspect before she was knocked unconscious and awoke a short time later under her car.
The offender who the the victim observed in the vehicle was described as a white male with blonde hair, approximately 17 to 20 years old. Misty says he left behind a Nike-brand slide — but not before they rummaged through her vehicle and stole her purse.
Though Misty was banged up from the incident, the show must go on at the bakery as they prepare for a busy week with Mother's Day, Teacher Appreciation Week, and Mayfest in Seagoville — asking her customers to please be patient.
Meanwhile, Frierson says detectives are working a few leads in the case to identify the alleged suspect(s).
"Detectives are working on getting citizen video surveillance and following up on a few leads," he said.
Anyone with information on this case, or available surveillance video from the surrounding area during the time of the robbery, is asked to contact Crandall Police Department Detective Jeremy Jones at (972) 427-3767 ext. 205.