Dave Martin responds to recent robberies in Kingwood 8/1/22 Dave Martin responded to the Kingwood community regarding the recent business burglaries via his Facebook page. Multiple businesses were burglarized in the early hours of Saturday 7/30/22. Martin's comments on his Facebook page stated, "I am deeply saddened and angry to hear about the 20 businesses that were burglarized and vandalized over the weekend in the Kingwood area, our community has been through so much. I have requested that our Houston Police Department's Kingwood Division be outfitted with Flock Safety Security Cameras which will help to monitor all traffic in and out of our community. After speaking with HPD Kingwood over the weekend, I will be meeting with them later today to see how I can further assist. I have always provided and will continue to provide HPD with overtime funding through my Council District Service Fund. Kingwood will not be broken. We are strong and will get through this."
@TownHubAdmin : They have cameras at most intersections on kingwood drive
StormChaser : It was most, if not all, the businesses by RC's and some across the street on the north side of Kingwood drive.
@buffaloglenn : It was also across street. Tina's nails , Mr. Gattis and a couple of others on opposite side of street. The new business next to Chicos and Petco in old Randall's up front strip was hit. Only been open about 5 or 6 weeks