Yoshida Sui

A 2015 graduate of Kingwood High School is one of four Texas A&M students facing aggravated robbery charges for a violent July 5 incident in College Station, according to Brazos County court records.

Megumi Yoshida Sui, 20, is accused of beating a man with an axe handle and spraying him with pepper spray during a sour drug deal at an apartment complex in College Station, according to the College Station Police Department.

The victim told police that he arranged to meet a man to buy marijuana at an apartment in the 1500 block of Northpoint Lane. The man said once he arrived at the apartment Sui sprayed him in the face with pepper spray, according to police reports. At the same time, a man with an AR-15 came from the patio and pointed the gun at the victim. A fourth man, whom the victim said he recognized, approached him with a baseball bat. The report states the four suspects demanded the victim’s wallet and cell phone. Police report that Sui then picked up an ax handle and hit the victim several times.

Sui graduated from Kingwood High School in the top 10 percent of her class. She was released from Brazos County jail July 12. The crime is a +first-degree felony punishable by up to 99 years in prison and $10,000 in fines.

 

 

 

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