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February 23, 2011 Weekly Media Summary & “BLOTTER” Review

District 1 – Lt. Jim Fleming (North County)

A 32 year old male from Willis was arrested at 11:10pm, February 14, in the 15300 block of E. FM 1097 by Deputy S. Squier for a driving while license invalid warrant out of Montgomery County and a Willis PD traffic warrant. The Deputy was investigating a civil matter. The male was transported to jail.

A 47 year old male, address not available, was arrested at 12:07am, February 15, in the 16200 block of Plaster Circle by Deputy J. Reuvers for an injury to the elderly warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy acted on a tip that was received prior to the arrest. The male was transported to jail.

A 46 year old male from Cleveland was arrested at 12:15am, February 19, in the 14000 block of Hwy 105E by Deputy D. Pugh for an accident involving damage to a vehicle warrant out of Montgomery County. The male was stopped on a traffic violation and taken to jail for the warrant.

On February 19, Deputy S. Squier stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the 16200 block of Hwy 105E. The female driver was found to be operating the vehicle with an invalid driver’s license and no proof of liability insurance. The 34 year old female from Cleveland was arrested at 1:08am, charged with driving with license invalid and transported to jail.

A 27 year old male from Willis was arrested at 3:53pm, February 19, in the 12600 block of Lazy Cove by Sgt. E. Ward for a sexual assault of a child warrant (2 counts) out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was running a warrant service on the male. The male was transported to jail.

A 42 year old female from Cleveland was arrested at 6:18pm, February 19, in the 3300 block of Miller Road by Deputy J. Bourne for a family violence assault warrant and a failure to appear warrant, both out of Montgomery County JP 4. The Deputy was investigating an assault call. The female was transported to jail.

On February 19, Deputy J. Reuvers was sent to the 10300 block of Royal Magnolia for a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a male complainant and female suspect. The male advised he and his girlfriend got into a verbal altercation that turned physical with the female striking him with a fist and kicking him. She put him into a choke hold and before letting go she bit him several times on the back and scratched his arms. The male was able to get outside and shut himself inside a dog kennel to keep her away. The 38 year old female from Kingwood was arrested at 7:38pm and taken to jail.

On February 19, Deputy C. Santoro was notified of a family violence assault call in the 14400 block of Brook Oaks Court. The Deputy met with a male complainant and a female suspect (his mother). The male advised he and his mother got into an argument. The female was intoxicated and punched the male in the abdomen. The 60 year old female from Willis was arrested at 11:28pm and transported to jail.

A 58 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 11:30pm, February 19, in the 12100 block of Rolling Wood Loop by Deputy K. Underwood for a theft by check warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was on a welfare concern call. The male was transported to jail.

On February 20, several Deputies were dispatched to the 10500 block of Jefferson Chemical Road in reference to an accident in which a vehicle had been driven into a male complainant’s yard and damaged several items valued at approximated $600. The male driver had walked up to the front door, met the complainant and said nothing to him instead he turned got into his vehicle and drove off. Deputies searched the area for the vehicle and located it in the 11200 block of Donna Road with the male passed out inside the vehicle from intoxication. Deputy K. Berger arrived and had the male brought back to the complainant’s residence and the complainant positively identified the male. The male was found to be intoxicated. The 21 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 1:42am and charged with DWI and failure to stop and give information. The male was taken to jail.

On February 20, Deputy J. Hodges responded to the 10100 block of Crockett Martin Road for a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated she and her boyfriend got into a verbal argument. The male was intoxicated. The female was carrying a plate of food and the male struck the plate sending it upward and striking her on the nose. The 57 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 8:00pm and transported to jail.

District 2 – Lt. Brady Fitzgerald (South County)

On February 14, 2011, Senior Sergeant Russell arrested a 29-year-old male from Spring, after a traffic stop in the 25000 block of the IH-45 feeder road. The suspect gave Sr. Sergeant Russell a fictitious name and date of birth when asked to verify his identity. The suspect’s vehicle was towed due to the suspect having no insurance and no driver license. The suspect was later found to have given Sr. Sergeant Russell inaccurate identifying information. Sr. Sergeant Russell contacted the District Attorney’s Office and charges for Failure to Identify were accepted. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On February 16, 2011, Deputy Mitchell responded to an Assault Family Violence on Rayford Road. Upon arrival, Deputy Mitchell observed both parties to be involved in a verbal confrontation. During the course of his investigation, Deputy Mitchell found the suspect, 33-year-old male from Houston, to have .345 ounces of marijuana on his person. The suspect was taken into custody charged with Possession of Marijuana, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

District 3 – Lt. Darrel Conn (East County)

On 2/18/11 Deputy K. Martinez responded to a Family Violence in Progress on Peach Creek Drive. Deputies had also responded to the same address in the early morning hours for a verbal disturbance between a 23 year old female and her 25 year old brother. Due to a lack of cooperation from both individuals a report was completed without charges being filed and the brother was asked to leave the residence. During the second call the brother returned to the address and started disconnecting the electricity to his sister’s trailer so she pushed him out of the trailer. The brother then punched his sister in the side of the head several times with a closed fist causing the side of her face and ear to turn red. The 25 year old male was arrested and transported to jail where he was charged and issued a citation for Class "C" Assault/Family Violence.

On 2/18/11 Deputy B. Dunn was dispatched to the Best Western Motel at Highway 59/Community Drive for a Suspicious Person that was walking in the parking lot with a flashlight looking into cars. After speaking with the motel clerk the male was identified as a registered customer in a room on the third floor. The male was also discovered to have a felony warrant for his arrest through Montgomery County. After observing the male return to the motel Deputies knocked on the door to his room and he answered the door where he was immediately detained along with two other individuals in the room. After entering the room Deputies observed numerous types of pills and narcotics in plain view including Hydrocodone, Alprazolam, Trazadone, Methamphetamine and Marijuana along with small plastic baggies typically used to package drugs for resale. A loaded .22 caliber pistol was also found.

On 2/19/11 Deputy B. Logan was dispatched to a Disturbance in Progress in the 11700 block of Warner Road. Upon arrival Logan met with the original female reportee of the disturbance who was highly intoxicated. She had slurred speech had a difficult time maintaining her balance. The owner of the property where the incident took place said the female was not welcome on the property and he wanted a Criminal Trespass warning issued to the female. The female was arrested for Public Intoxication and was issued a Criminal Trespass warning upon arrival at the jail.

On 2/19/11 Deputy A. White responded to a Noise Disturbance (loud music) on Micke Drive. Upon arrival Deputy White made contact with a male who admitted he was the drummer in his band that was the source of the noise complaint. After checking the male for warrants he was discovered to have a Probation Violation warrant out of Harris County. The warrant was confirmed and the male was transported to East County jail.

On 2/19/11 Deputy J. Durrenberger was dispatched to check the area for a reckless driver in a black Pontiac Grand Am. The vehicle was located at a gas station in the 22500 block of Highway 59 where it was determined the male driver was distracted by a child in the back seat. The male was not the child’s father but the mother of the child had exited the car and was inside the store. Both subjects were checked for warrants by their Texas drivers license and the female was discovered to have an active Order of Arrest warrant through Montgomery County. The female was arrested without incident and transported to jail in Conroe.

On 2/20/11 Deputy S. Ortiz was dispatched to Pioneer Trail Dr. in reference to a Family Violence in Progress. While still enroute to the address it was learned the male actor had left the location riding a bicycle. Deputy Ortiz located the male at a gas station on FM 3083/FM 1485 but the male refused to exit the store. Other Deputies arrived and the male was detained and escorted out of the store. It appeared the male was intoxicated as he was unsteady on his feet and had slurred speech while being argumentative. After learning no actual Assault/Family Violence offense occurred at the residence the male was arrested for Public Intoxication and transported to jail.

On 2/21/11 Deputy J. Amstutz was dispatched to a Narcotics call in the 24600 block of Gilbert Drive where several individuals were allegedly having a "dope party". Upon arrival a male subject ran inside the house and locked the door. The male later exited the house and was found to have 2 outstanding warrants through Montgomery County. The warrants were confirmed and the male was transported to jail in East Montgomery County.

On 2/21/11 Deputy K. Pickerill, after receiving information on a subject with a Felony warrant, made contact with the individual at his residence. The warrant was confirmed and the male was arrested and transported to the East County jail without incident.

On 2/22/11 Deputy J. Walker was dispatched to a Theft (Shoplifter) call and the Porter Walmart. Upon arrival it was learned a male subject selected a video game cartridge and concealed it inside his hooded jacket. The male then proceeded to the restroom in the front of the store where he removed the merchandise from the package and concealed it in his back right pocket. The male then tried to exit the store when he was met by a loss prevention employee. The male was escorted to the loss prevention office to wait for a Deputy to arrive. The merchandise total was over $62.00 therefore the male was arrested and charged with a Class "B" Misdemeanor. He was also issued a Criminal Trespass warning for the Walmart location.

District 4 – Lt. David Park (West County)

On February 21st Deputy Tavarez was dispatched to the 25000 block of Nichols Sawmill in reference to a Suspicious Person. Upon arrival Deputy Tavarez observed a white Chevrolet truck on the side of the road with a male subject standing next to it. Upon speaking with the subject the Deputy could detect a strong odor of a chocoholic beverage on the subject’s breath and person. The subject was using his truck to maintain his balance. Due to the subject not knowing his whereabouts, his state of intoxication, the Deputy believed him to be a danger to himself and others he placed him under arrest for Public Intoxication. The subject was transported to the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe.

On February 21st Sergeant Gonzales conducted a traffic stop on a 26 year old male subject at FM 1488 and FM 1774. The subject was run through Dispatch and the Deputy was advised the subject had an active warrant. The subject was taken in to custody and transported to the South County Jail.

On February 20th Sergeant Gonzales conducted a traffic stop for Failure to Signal Lane Change on a 32 year old male subject driving a white Ford F250. A check with Dispatch showed two prior convictions for DWLS in 1999 and 2004. The subject was taken into custody for DWLS and transported to the South Montgomery County Jail. His vehicle was towed.

On February 20th Deputy Provenzano responded to a noise disturbance in the 21000 block of Ernest. Upon arrival Deputy Provenzano observed several people drinking alcohol. The Deputy asked whose house they were at and the people indicated a 20 year old male subject. The subject identified himself at which time his TDL was run through dispatch and came back with a Warrant for Failure to Appear on a Possession of Marijuana charge. The subject was taken into custody for the warrant and transported to the South County Jail.

On February 19th Deputy Krolczyk was dispatched to a Criminal Trespass located in the Hazy Hollow subdivision. Upon arrival the Deputy met with the Complainant who advised she woke up to her dogs barking and went outside and saw a 48 year old female subject standing in the middle of her yard holding a long stick and carrying a large bag. The Complainant told the woman to leave and called 911. Deputy Krolczyk made contact with Dispatch and they advised there was an active Criminal Trespass Warning against the female subject. The subject was arrested for Criminal Trespass and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On February 18th Deputy Provenzano was dispatched to a Suspicious Person call in the Cripple Creek Subdivision. The Reportee had advised a man in a cowboy hat had been ringing her doorbell at 3:30 am in the morning. The man had left her house, driven to the end of the road and then returned to the house ringing her door bell again. Dispatch advised that the subject had left the area in in a Red truck and was traveling south on FM 1774. The Deputy observed the truck weaving in and out of his lane at which time the Deputy conducted a Traffic Stop on the truck. While talking to the 41 male driver the Deputy could detect a strong odor of alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person. The subject stated he had been looking for a friend’s house in the subdivision. He also admitted having been at a bar earlier that night. Deputy Provenzano preformed a Standard Field Sobriety Test on the subject and placed him into custody for DWI and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On February 14th Deputy Durbin observed a vehicle stopped in the Chevron parking lot located in the 32300 block of SH 249. While speaking to the passenger, an 18 year old male subject, the Deputy observed signs of intoxication including slowed speech and red blood shot eyes. The subject admitted he had been smoking Marijuana. The driver of the vehicle was arrested for possession and the passenger being too intoxicated to be left alone on the side of the road was taken into custody for Public Intoxication and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

District 5 – Lt. Gary Welch (Northwest County)

On 02/14/11 Sgt. S. Spiller was dispatched to an Assault F.V. in progress on Oak Knoll Drive. Sgt. Spiller arrived on location and made contact with the suspect. The Complainant, a white female had fled the location prior to the arrival of Law Enforcement. Once the Complainant was located a few blocks from the scene it was determined that she had been assaulted by the suspect, her common-law husband, and he was placed into custody for Assault / Family Violence and transported to MCSO jail without incident.

On 02/18/11 Deputy D. Garner was assisted Sgt. C. Peckne on a suspicious vehicle in the 16900 Blk. of Walden Rd. Contact was made with the male driver and Sgt. Peckne checked the subject’s driver’s license status and it was determined that the subject’s license was suspended, and he had three previous convictions for Driving While License Invalid. During inventory of the subject’s vehicle incident to arrest, Sgt. Peckne found a small plastic bag containing Methamphetamine. The subject was transported to MCSO jail charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.

On 02/18/11 Sgt. S. Spiller was dispatched to the 12200 Blk. of Felder in reference to a Disturbance. Sgt. Spiller was advised by MCSO Dispatch that the actor had left the location on foot. Sgt. Spiller arrived in the area of the disturbance and located the actor in the 14000 Blk. of FM 2854. She detained that actor and returned to the dispatched address. It was determined that the actor got into a verbal disturbance with the homeowner and damaged a sliding glass door. The actor was placed into custody for Criminal Mischief and transported to MCSO jail.

On 02/22/11 Deputy J. Davis was dispatched to a Disturbance call in the 19700 Blk. of Hwy 105W. Dispatch advised that several people from the disturbance were seen leaving in a blue passenger car. Deputy Davis advised that he observed the vehicle leaving the area, and pulled in behind it and activated his emergency equipment on his patrol car. The vehicle continued Northbound on Freeport Dr. and did not stop. The vehicle finally came to a stop, and Deputy Davis conducted a stop on the vehicle. It was determined that the driver, a white female, was under the influence of an intoxicating beverage, and was in possession of a fraudulent identification. The driver of the vehicle was placed into custody for DUI-Minor, Eluding in a Motor Vehicle, and Forgery. The female was transported to MCSO jail.

District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Woodlands)

On February 14, 2011, Deputy Norum responded to a theft call on West Panther Creek. Upon arrival, he met with the Loss Prevention Officer for Wells Fargo Bank and an employee. The employee was found to have taken approximately $640 over several different days from her cash drawer. Deputy Norum contacted the District Attorney’s office and charges for Class A Theft were accepted. The suspect, 21-year-old female from Spring, was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe.

On February 15, 2011, Deputy Epperson was traveling on Gosling Road when he noticed a vehicle traveling behind him with a broken headlight. When Deputy Epperson attempted to stop the vehicle, the vehicle accelerated, pulling away from Deputy Epperson. Approximately a mile later, the vehicle pulled over and the driver, 29-year-old male from Tomball was detained. At the conclusion of Deputy Epperson’s investigation, the suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail, charged with State Jail Felony Evading in a Motor Vehicle.

On February 15, 2011, Deputy Prince, while assisting another Deputy with a traffic stop, observed two vehicles pass at a high rate of speed. Deputy Prince proceeded to follow the other two vehicles, eventually catching up with one of the trucks that he also observed to be swerving in the lane of travel. The driver, 22-year-old male from The Woodlands, had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath. After completing the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, the driver was taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On February 17, 2011, Deputy Ward responded to a Fraud call at 10001 Woodlands Parkway. The suspect, 37 year old male from The Woodlands, had dropped off a prescription at the pharmacy and it was determined that the prescription was fraudulent. The suspect was taken into custody, charged with Fraud, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On February 19, 2011, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by Sears’s loss prevention concerning an ongoing problem with electronic merchandise being stolen by employees. Sears Loss prevention found that two employees had taken approximately $22,000 over a period of time. The two suspects were also implicated by Loss Prevention in a theft that occurred that day where a total of $3300 in electronics had been taken. A third suspect from Houston was also implicated. All three were arrested for Engaging in Organized Crime.

On February 20, 2011, Deputy Underwood investigated a suspicious vehicle parked on Ellwood. The driver, 43-year-old female from Spring, was the only occupant of the vehicle. The driver identified herself to Deputy Underwood, and after checking her name and date of birth, found that she had an active warrant. While Deputy Underwood was taking her into custody, she provided Deputy Underwood with her true identification. She also had a warrant under her real name. The suspect was also found to be in possession of a small amount of Methamphetamine and a bag containing several different types of pills. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail charged with Possession of Controlled Substance with intent to Deliver, Forgery, and two warrants.

The following Shoplifting Arrests were reported:

2/11 – Deputy Rodriguez arrested a 16-year-old female and a 17-year-old female from Conroe for Theft at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive. The suspects attempted to take $174.88 worth of clothes from Sears. The suspects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Facility and the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

2/18 – Deputy Niquette and Deputy Clifton arrested 37-year-old male from Magnolia for Theft at 10001 Woodlands Parkway. The suspect attempted to take merchandise valued at $150.14 from Wal-Mart. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

2/18 – Deputy Weatherford arrested a 19-year-old Female and 18-year-old female from Magnolia and a 19-year-old Female from Tomball for Theft at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive. The suspects attempted to take $270.92 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. The suspects were all taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe. A 15-year-old female from Magnolia received a citation for Theft for attempting to take $20 worth of merchandise from Macy’s. The suspect was released to a parent who was called to the location.

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