Beaumont Serial Robber Caught After Victim Shot Him

by Erin Nichols, SETX Homepage  |  published on April 13, 2013

After striking again early Sunday morning, a Beaumont serial robber has finally been caught, but not before he targeted a victim who fought back.

Beaumont and Lumberton Police collectively captured 21-year-old Scott Allen Willis Sunday after he committed two more robberies in Lumberton.

Police say Willis, along with the help of 22-year-old Malik Washington and 21-year-old Ariel Malveaux, first abducted a woman in the 200 block of Village Creek Parkway.

They drove her to an ATM and made her withdraw money before releasing her.

Then they attempted to rob two women at their home in the 100 block of Dennis Drive.

However, one of the women had the chance to grab a handgun from inside the home and shoot Willis in the abdomen.

Willis, Washington, and Malveaux were arrested later at Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth in Beaumont.

Police say the woman acted bravely in self-defense, and want to warn criminals that a county or city line won’t stop police from coming after them.

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