Harris County

Sheriff’s Office Asks Victims Of Local Security Company To Come Forward

A joint task force of the HCSO and Texas DPS has arrested Pablo Munoz Garza, owner of TexGuard Services, for aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping.

Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez held a press conference to discuss the arrest of Pablo Munoz Garza.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is asking victims of a man who works for a local security company and that has been arrested for aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping to come forward.

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez held a press conference Thursday to discuss the arrest of Pablo Munoz Garza, 39, owner of TexGuard Services Co.

A joint task force of the Violent Crime Unit at the Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) and the Criminal Investigation Division of the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) arrested Munoz Garza for aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping for an incident that occurred in July of 2018.

Investigators with the HCSO and the Texas DPS arrested Pablo Munoz Garza for aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping.

According to the investigation, on July 29, 2018, Garza and several of the security guards that work under him assaulted and robbed a 33-year-old Hispanic male at a club called La Oveja Negra. One of the security guards could be identified with the name “Cowboy.”

HCSO lieutenant Jeff Stauber said that, based on their findings, investigators think there are other victims.

“We definitely believe, even from this particular instance, that there seems to be a group of them that are working together to carry out these crimes,” Gonzalez said. He emphasized the HCSO doesn’t require victims of crime to report their immigration status.

Information can be provided to the HCSO’s Violent Crime Unit by calling 713-274-9100.

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