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San Augustine PD: Woman helps 2 men tie up, assault, rob boyfriend

Meagan McCaa (Source: San Augustine County Jail) Meagan McCaa (Source: San Augustine County Jail)
SAN AUGUSTINE, TX (KTRE) -

San Augustine police officers arrested a 29-year-old woman on May 14 in connection to allegations that she and two men went to another man’s house and forced their way inside.

After the two men got into the house, they allegedly tied the victim up in a back bedroom, threatened him with a knife, beat him with a stick, and stole his 54-inch TV, cell phone, cash, and his payroll check.

Meagan McCaa, of Tenaha, is still being held in the San Augustine County Jail on two first-degree felony charges - engaging in organized criminal activity and aggravated robbery.

According to the arrest affidavit, a SAPD was dispatched to a home in the 100 block of North Milan Street in the early morning hours of May 14 about a possible burglary or assault. When the officer arrived on the scene, he talked to the alleged victim, who is a Mexican citizen.

The man told police that McCaa, his girlfriend, came to his house with two black men at about 1:30 a.m. on May 14. McCaa knocked on the door, and when the man opened it, the two men forced their way into the house and tied his hands behind his back with zip ties. They also allegedly gagged him by shoving socks into his mouth.

At that point, the two men dragged the victim to a back room and threw him onto a bed, the affidavit stated. They then allegedly bound his legs with a belt.

The two men held knives to the alleged victim’s throat and asked about his money. According to the affidavit, the alleged victim told police that one man already had a knife when they barged into the home, and the other one grabbed a knife from the kitchen on their way to the back bedroom.

Then the two suspects allegedly beat the man with a stick and took his money, the affidavit stated. The alleged victim told police he thought McCaa and the men left around 2 a.m. on the morning of May 14 after leaving him tied up in the back bedroom.

After a while, the alleged victim was able to work his hands free of the zip ties, and he removed the other items he was tied with, the affidavit stated.

The alleged victim told police that he didn’t call 911 because the men took his cell phone. However, he did tell his landlord what happened, and the landlord’s son called 911.

The alleged victim also told police that the men took his 54-inch Sanyo flatscreen TV, his cell phone, $2007, and his payroll check in the amount of $1,900, the affidavit stated.

Later, the alleged victim provided a photo of McCaa, and they took pictures of evidence at the scene.

The man explained to the officers that McCaa only visited him every once in a while and that she didn’t live with him. According to the affidavit, he told police that someone different always drops McCaaa off at his house.

The alleged victim described the two men who tied him up and robbed him as two black men who were both slender in build. One was described as being about six feet tall, and the other one was said to be about 5-foot-5. Both men were allegedly wearing Tyson shirts and ski masks.

A warrant was issued after the San Augustine Police Department identified McCaa later that morning.

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