Four suspects charged in Jose Altuve’s home burglary on opening day against Chicago White Sox

Understanding the charges, bonds, and criminal histories of the four suspects charged in Jose Altuve's burglary


Four suspects charged in Jose Altuve’s home burglary on opening day against Chicago White Sox

Four suspects charged in Jose Altuve's home burglary (Credits: ABC13)

In a recent development, the Hedwig Village Police Department provided support to the Houston Police Department in capturing four individuals who have been accused of criminal offenses for breaking into Jose Altuve‘s residence on March 30th.

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The suspects are Jasmyn Hall, 20; Jordan Tarniella, 25; William Jones, Jr., 28; and Patrick Maxey, 27. They have been accused of stealing $1 million worth of jewelry and other valuables from the home of Houston Astros’ star player, Jose Altuve, on Opening Day.

These individuals allegedly broke into Altuve’s house and took seven watches. It has also been revealed that these people have had prior run-ins with the law. Maxey was twice found guilty of breaking into a home in 2014 and 2016, Tarniella was charged with evading arrest earlier this year in 2021, and Jones was just recently found guilty of breaking into a home in February 2022.

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Four suspects charged in Jose Altuve burglary: Details on charges, bonds, and more

Jose Altuve
Jose Altuve ( Image via MLB )

In contrast to Jasmyn Hall, who is charged with obstructing an investigation and eluding arrest, Maxey, Jones, and Tarniella are accused of breaking into a residence. Jones and Tarniella’s bonds are set at $200,000 and $150,000, respectively, while Maxey’s bail is set at $200,000. Hall has paid a $2,500 bail while the other two are being detained at the Harris County Jail.

The burglary of Jose Altuve‘s home is a serious crime that has resulted in the arrest and charging of four suspects. The alleged theft of $1 million worth of jewelry is a significant loss for the Astros superstar, and it is hoped that justice will be served for the victims of this crime.

According to Click2houston, The suspects’ criminal histories suggest a pattern of behavior that requires intervention and rehabilitation to prevent future offenses. The Hedwig Village Police Department’s assistance in the case is a testament to the importance of interdepartmental cooperation in solving and preventing crimes.

The arrest of four suspects charged with the burglary of Jose Altuve’s residence on Opening Day is a serious matter that has attracted public attention. The suspects’ past criminal records, coupled with the alleged theft of $1 million worth of jewelry, make this a high-profile case that has implications beyond the immediate victims.

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The Hedwig Village Police Department’s cooperation with the Houston Police Department is commendable and underscores the importance of collaboration in law enforcement. The public will eagerly anticipate the outcome of the case, and it is hoped that justice will be served for all parties involved.

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