Precinct 4 releases picture of wanted suspect in violent jugging incident

UPDATE - Harris County investigators have released the indentity of the second suspect involved in a vicious bank jugging incident.

According to authorities, the second suspect in the video has been identified as Travonn Johnson.

He is the suspect that drove up in the black Chrysler.

The other suspect is Davis Dowell Mitchell, 31, who was quickly arrested after the robbery by the deputy who also recovered the stolen cash.

Investigators say a husband and wife had withdrawn $75,000 from their bank off FM1960 and was about to go back to the family's check cashing business when the wife was ambushed.

The husband was close behind his wife and tried to fight off the attackers, but they were beaten up and run over in the process! The couple is still in the hospital recovering from their injuries.

The first suspect, Davis Mitchell, has been charged with felony aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

Authorities say once caught, Travonn Johnson will face the same charges.

VIDEO: Woman with $75,000 in purse run over during scuffle with alleged robbers in NW Houston

HOUSTON — A local woman is reportedly in critical condition Friday after being viciously doubled-teamed by two alleged robbers inside a parking lot in northwest Houston. The Harris County Pct. 4 Constable's Office confirmed one of the two suspects remains at large.

Investigators said a constable deputy was on patrol about 9:38 a.m. in the 23000 block of Highway 290 when he noticed a man forcibly trying to take the victim's purse. It's possible the woman was targeted after withdrawing $75,000 cash from a Wallis State Bank on FM 1960 West.

The victim tried to fight back, but then deputies said a second man jumped in to help the first suspect.

When the suspects saw the constable deputy, one jumped into a vehicle and backed over the victim. The constable followed the suspects as they drove off and able to apprehend one.

The victim was taken to a nearby hospital when paramedics arrived.

The criminal act of following a person from a bank or ATM and then robbing them is commonly refered to as "jugging."