Tuesday 27 January 2015

One Fort Bend Sheriff’s Investigator Killed, Another Injured in Katy Motorcycle Accident

One Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office investigator was killed and another injured in an off-duty motorcycle accident early Sunday morning in Katy.


Investigator Shelley Nicodemus died from injuries sustained in the accident and Investigator Moses Perez suffered head and back injuries.

The pair was headed westbound on the IH-10 feeder road near Pin Oak Road when the motorcycle they were both riding crashed.

Nicodemus was the passenger on the 2007 Harley-Davidson motorcycle and was found about 30 feet from the motorcycle. Perez was found closer to the bike.


The incident occurred at about 12:10 a.m.

At the scene of the accident, the feeder road splits with two lanes continuing along the freeway and two lanes turning into Pin Oak Road. The initial report showed the bike hit the left curb and sent the bike skidding to the right side of the feeder road.

Nicodemus, 45, had been with the Sheriff’s Office for about 20 years. She was a member of the Special Crimes Unit in the Criminal Investigation Division.

Perez is a detective in the Burglary and Theft Unit of the Criminal Investigations Division. He has been with the Sheriff’s Office almost 20 years.

Nicodemus was pronounced dead at the scene by Fort Bend County Death Investigator Chad Dzierzanowski.

Perez was transported to Memorial-Hermann – The Medical Center where he underwent surgery Sunday morning. He is listed in stable condition.

The case is being investigated by the Katy Police Department.


  1. gmoney says:

    I thought the motorcycle was by a car from behind that caused it to spin out of control

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