On October 31 2015, Tyler Woodard, WM12/27/93 and Joshua Puckett, BM 05/17/86 drove a stolen black BMW to 2100 West Northwest Highway. Suspect Puckett pointed a gun at the victim while suspect Woodard drove off with the victim’s red Lexus. Both suspects fled in separate vehicles.
Shortly after this offense suspect Woodard was located by patrol and arrested based on a description provided by the victim. The victim’s stolen Lexus was recovered from a nearby parking lot. Suspect Woodard told officers that the stolen black BMW could be found in a parking garage at 1241 W. Mockingbird. The BMW was located and towed to the pound. Suspect Puckett had escaped.
Detectives developed information implicating suspect Puckett and a warrant was obtained for his arrest.
On November 2, 2015, a victim left his car running while he went into a store. Suspect Puckett jumped in this victim’s black Mercedes and drove off.
On November 7, 2015 at 1:45 a.m. suspect Puckett and his common law wife, Anh Nguyen, AF 01/22/89, drove the black Mercedes stolen on November 2nd to the Dallas Police Auto Pound at 1955 Vilbig Street. Suspect Nguyen distracted employees while suspect Puckett climbed the fence, entered the lot, and drove off with the black BMW that he had previously stolen.
On November 10, 2015, suspect Puckett committed another aggravated robbery when he pointed a gun at a victim and stole a white BMW.
On November 11, 2015, Auto Theft Detectives received information regarding the whereabouts of the stolen black BMW that had been taken from the Police Pound. The black BMW was recovered at 10900 Indian Trail.
On November 12, 2015, Northwest Deployment located suspect Puckett and the stolen white BMW. Suspect Puckett was arrested and the vehicle recovered.
Suspect Puckett is charged with 1 count of Aggravated Robbery. Dallas Police are filing one additional count of Aggravated Robbery and 2 counts of Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle.
Suspect Woodard has been charged with 1 count of Aggravated Robbery.
Suspect Nguyen was arrested and charged with UUMV of the black Mercedes and Possession of Methamphetamine.
Detectives, patrol officers, deployment officers, and Auto Pound staff all contributed to bringing these cases to a successful end through the arrests of these violent suspects.