Katy’s car theft: Teenagers accused of stealing mother’s car used to comfort her autistic son

KATY, Texas (KTRK) – A mother of Katy wants help catching a group of teenagers who she says stole her car – leaving her and her non-verbal, autistic 3-year-old son without a way transportation – and that’s not the worst.

Deputies say these same suspects targeted an entire neighborhood.

Ashley Davis told ABC13 she soothes her 3-year-old son by taking him for car rides, so it’s not just her family’s mode of transportation, it’s also how they operate at home. daily.

Surveillance video shows the thieves in the neighborhood around 5:30 a.m. on Sunday May 15.

The video shows a group of what appear to be teenagers shooting down all the doors at the courthouse in Stockholm before being spooked by a dog.

The suspects drove off, then shortly after, two of them were dropped off by a black SUV.

The video shows them walking to the woman’s car and leaving.

“These guys had multiple guns on them. They were being chased by a dog,” Davis said. “They ran to my car and were looking at my house with a gun and looking at the street, like someone was coming out of my house. You were all ready to kill us.”

Through tears, Davis told ABC13 that her son searches for his car every day.

She admitted the keys were left in the car overnight with her purse and their clothes after her son was upset, and she distracted herself trying to calm him down.

On top of everything else, she had recently purchased the car and was still making payments. The land where she recently bought it hired a tow truck to pick up the car.

When they found it, the thieves inside rammed the tow truck, Davis said. Now Lot says she has to pay for the damage to the car and the tow truck.

“It’s just my way of bringing us some peace. At any time, I can take us for a drive to calm him down. I can’t do that. I don’t have anything,” Davis said. “They took everything. And even though you had everything in my car, you all came back. It’s the fact that you came back that scares me the most.”

Officials found several items inside the car that did not belong to Davis, including identification badges from a local high school and college.

If you recognize the thieves or have information that could help this family, you are asked to call the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

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