Fugitive Caught Red-Handed
Treatha Robinson Johnson, 45, of Houston, was charged with Theft. At 9:40 a.m. on August 9, Robinson walked into an open office at the Heritage Nursing Home at 213 E. Heritage Drive. As the administrator walked into her office, she found Johnson behind her desk, going through her purse and holding a small make-up case. Caught red-handed, Johnson was detained by the staff while police were called. The make-up case contained $250 worth of prescription medications and other miscellaneous items. Robinson told the staff that she was at the facility to get information about the home for her mother. She quickly learned that information about the facility was not contained inside the administrator’s purse.
While at the scene, officers discovered that Johnson had five outstanding warrants. There were four counts of credit card abuse from Montgomery County, each with a $1,500 bond and one count of credit card abuse from Galveston, with an $80,000 bond. Her bond was set at $1,000 for the theft. She is being held at the Friendswood City Jail pending transfer to the Galveston County Jail. Johnson, a convicted felon, has prior arrests that include theft, assault, forgery and credit card abuse.