Arrest made in burglary, robbery cases near A&M campus

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) - A man has turned himself in for burglary of a habitation with intent to commit a felony. He is also allegedly connected to an aggravated robbery being investigated by the Texas A&M University Police Department.

The incident took place on July 5 near an apartment complex at University Drive and Texas Avenue.

Police say, Dalton Lemoine, 25, and one other man identified in public records as Cameron Limbrick were looking for a man who owed them money and sold drugs. The victim says the two men forced themselves into his apartment and pointed a semi-automatic handgun at him.

Police say the two suspects left the apartment and later robbed another person on Hensel Drive. The victim said he was in his vehicle near the site at Hensel Drive and Hensel when a white, four-door car stopped next to him.

UPD says a passenger got out and asked the victim for directions. He then pulled out a semi-automatic handgun, pointed it at the victim and demanded his wallet.

University police say the victim yelled at the suspect and was hit with the handgun above the eye. Officers say the suspect got back into the white car and drove south on Texas Avenue.

Limbrick has not been arrested, but CSPD has a warrant out for his arrest.

Both men are from Cypress.