PRESS rELEASE: Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested and believed responsible for at least two sexual assault incidents in Houston since May 2016.
The suspect, Barry Todd Durrell (w/m, 55), is charged with super aggravated sexual assault and continuous sexual abuse of a child in the 176th State District Court.
A photo of Durrell is attached to this news release.
Durrell, an ordained deacon, is believed responsible for at least two incidents at the West Houston Seventh Day Adventist Church at 2390 West Sam Houston Parkway North.
The first incident occurred inside the church in May 2016. Burrell took the male victim, 2, inside the church and then to a closet where he sexually assaulted the juvenile. The mother of the victim later found the child and Burrell in the closet by themselves. A second male victim, 7, came forward in February 2017 and told family members about ongoing assaults. As the victim was attending a class at the church, Burrell would take the victim multiple times to the restroom and commit the sexual assault. The second victim also stated he was sexually assaulted in other locations, 2900 West Sam Houston Parkway South and 300 Memorial City Way.
Investigators believe there are other victims and are asking anyone with information or who may have had contact with Barry Durrell to contact the HPD Special Victims Division at 713-830-3254 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
More on this still developing case Friday night on the Isiah Factor Uncensored Friday night at 9 PM on FOX 26 or see it online at www.fox26houston.com
Video released and Officer Jarius Warren has resigned in a letter to Metro Police Chief Vera Bumpers. Officer Reynoso is being re-trained by the department. A spokesperson for The Harris County District Attorney’s office say his case will likely go before a grand jury for criminal charges including but not limited to excessive force!
A HOUSTON ‘METRO’ POLICE OFFICER HAS BEEN SUSPENDED AND COULD FACE CRIMINAL CHARGES FOR BRUTALLY BEATING A HOMELESS MAN…
WE FIRST BROKE THIS STORY ON SOCIAL MEDIA…INVESTIGATORS SAY OFFICERS JARIUS WARREN – YOU SEE HERE ALONG WITH OFFICER D. REYNOSO APPROACHED A HOMELESS MAN IDENTIFIED AS DARRELL GILES…HE WAS SLEEPING ON A METRO PLATFORM AT THE BURNETT STATION WEDNESDAY MORNING AND WAS TOLD TO LEAVE…OUR SOURCES SAY AT 7:40 GILES WAS BACK ON THE PLATFORM. THAT’S WHEN WE’RE TOLD OFFICER WARREN BEGAN BRUTALLY ATTACKING GILES WITH A BATON…AT LEAST A DOZEN HITS AND THE SECOND OFFICER REYNOSO HAD TO PHYSICALLY STOP WARREN. GILES WAS TRANSPORTED TO THE HOSPITAL BUT STILL CHARGED WITH TRESPASSING AND RESISTING ARREST. OFFICER WARREN HAS BEEN TAKEN OFF THE STREETS –
WE’VE ALSO LEARNED THERE IS VIDEO OF THE INCIDENT THAT METRO HAS BUT THEY’RE NOT RELEASING IT BECAUSE IT’S PART OF THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION…GILES IS IN THE HARRIS COUNTY JAIL AFTER HE WAS RELEASED FROM THE HOSPITAL.
Two Metro Cops suspended after one is accused of brutally beating a homeless man near downtown Houston… We’ve been working on this and Metro just released a statement:
We are investigating the use of force by Officer J. Warren after he approached a man who appeared to be slumped over on a rail platform seat at Burnett Station. This happened Wednesday morning, Sept 14 around 7:40. I will not tolerate inappropriate use of force by officers. Officer Warren is suspended pending the results of a criminal investigation and an administrative review. A second officer, D Reynoso, who was on the scene is also suspended pending our reviews.”
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The Factor has learned a man who is expected to run for Mayor in the city of Prairie View has been arrested. Police officials confirm they have taken James Larry into custody. Larry is accused of attacking another man who is also running for Mayor of Prairie View. David Allen tells FOX 26 News he was in a meeting with Larry at the local Subway in Prairie View when the political candidate pulled out a gun and pointed it at him.
Allen says he was then attacked by Larry and the encounter left him injured and briefly hospitalized. PV Police Chief Larry Johnson confirms James Larry was arrested Friday morning and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Larry is being held in the Waller County jail.