610SPOR2 35h_CBSSportsRad_Houston


Suspect Arrested, Charged In Robbery; Identified By Tip

View Comments
(credit: Facebook)

(credit: Facebook)

Featured Items

77820352_8PHOTOS: The Bikini: from the '50s to Now

77820352_8Meet The 6-10s

77820352_8Best 7 Events At The Astrodome

77820352_8World Cup's Hottest Fans

From Our CBS Music Sites

77820352_8JJ Watt Will Deliver Pizza To You?!

77820352_8Photo: Kim Kardashian Shows Off Her Famous Booty & Topless!

77820352_8Reporter Shot At While Covering A Homicide

77820352_8Do’s And Don’ts Of Kissing

Get Breaking News First

Receive News, Politics, and Entertainment Headlines Each Morning.
Sign Up

HOUSTON (CBS Houston) A suspect has been arrested and charged in the robbery and stabbing of a man, according to Houston police.

Twenty-three-year-old Corey Lynn Johnson who is facing the charge of aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon, is accused of assaulting Frederick Kennedy, 46, who was transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

Corey Lynn Johnson(credit: Houston Police Department)

Corey Lynn Johnson
(credit: Houston Police Department)

HPD Investigative First Responder Division Officer D. Crowder reported provided additional details of the crime: “Mr. Kennedy was picked up by Johnson and taken to an ATM at the Wells Fargo Bank at the above address. Johnson threatened the victim with a knife and forced him to withdraw funds from the ATM. When Kennedy did not withdraw funds, Johnson attempted to take his wallet, at which point a struggle ensued and Johnson stabbed Kennedy multiple times. Witnesses overheard the suspect yelling that he was going to kill Kennedy. Johnson then fled in a waiting Mercury Grand Marquis in an unknown direction. Kennedy was left in the bank’s drive-through lanes. He was transported by paramedics to Memorial Hermann Hospital and treated for his wounds.”

Surveillance video of the suspect was released on the HPD YouTube channel. A Crime Stoppers tip led to the identification and apprehension of Johnson; he was taken into custody without incident.

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus