Tuesday night the Cut and Shoot residents held their monthly Cut and Shoot Crime Stoppers meeting at the Security Community Center on SH 105. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Crime Stoppers Deputy Steven Squier was able to provide statistics for the summer and explained how neighbors need to be alert for suspicious activity, people or vehicles. He also urged residents to call in to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office if they plan to go on vacation. By requesting a vacation watch deputies go out during their normal shifts and physically stop and check each home on the watch list.
Also attending was Joe Manz with the Montgomery County Fire Marshal’s Office along was his Black Lab partner, Echo, who is trained in twenty-seven different scents. Echo, who was adopted from the US Military has seen action in Afghanistan while searching for explosives. She now belongs to Montgomery County and is used for the same thing, locating explosives.
Tammy Augustyn, the Conroe animal lover who rescued Buck, the dog that was found shot in a trash bag. Buck joined her at the meeting as she discussed animal cruelty with the group. As she did Buck, who is now totally blind sniffed his way around the room and found attention at each person he discovered.
JOE MANZ WITH ECHO
DEPUTY SQUIER WITH BUCK
JOE MANZ WITH BUCK
BUCK HOLDS ONTO SCOTT