What Happened at 17710 Red Oak Drive?

HoustonTexasUnited States

  • 2010-2011

    I lived in this complex for a year. It was formally known as "Red Oak Place" but I guess they changed to Villages of Red Oak when a new management company had taken over, anyways I had always felt a weird vibe at this apartment complex, I figured it was the crime in the area. The complex sits at the dead end of Red Oak Drive with nothing else around it but an abandoned house and an abandoned hospital. The complex never said a word about the murder, we found out by doing an address search on google. It would be nice if apartment complexes would tell their tenants and future tenants about murders that had taken place on their property.


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  • March 21st, 2007

    Murder of Tynesha Stewart: Tynesha Stewart was a Texas A&M student that returned to Houston to break up with her boyfriend. While at his apartment (#224) she was strangled to death, dismembered, and her remains were barbecued on a grill on the balcony.


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