District 1 – Lt. Jim Fleming (North County)
On March 14, Deputies S. Degner and K. Christiansen were sent to a theft in progress in the 14000 block of Coaltown. Witnesses had seen three males and two females break through a gate, enter the business property and remove a trailer. An attempt to locate the group was aired and they were stopped by Willis PD. Two males, age 31 and 42, and a 25 year old female, all from Willis, along with two 28 year old males from Shepherd were arrested at 2:13am. All five were charged with theft and criminal mischief and transported to jail.
Two 17 year old males from Willis was arrested at 2:20am, March 14, in the 100 block of Binnacle Court by Deputy C. Santoro for fraudulent possession of items of identifying information warrants out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received prior information on the males’ location. The males were taken to jail.
On March 14, Deputy K. Berger was notified of a terroristic threat on Old Montgomery Road. The Deputy, along with other Deputies, made the scene and located a female who had earlier threatened to kill herself and others. She had been drinking at a bar and was told to leave when she started making the threats. On the Deputies arrival the female came outside and told them to leave or she “will get a gun and start shooting people.” The 35 year old female from Willis was arrested at 4:37am and taken to jail.
On March 14, Sgt. D. Bonner was dispatched to the 14400 block of Old Humble Pipeline Road in reference to a burglary in progress. The Deputy, on arrival, observed several persons on location loading items from the abandoned home. Another location in the 14400 block of Brooks Road was checked and two vehicles were found backed up to a storage shed. Both vehicles were loaded with items from the shed. A 19 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 12:42pm, charged with two counts of burglary of a building and taken to jail.
A 24 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 4:20pm, March 15, in the 16400 block of Deerway by Deputy A. Booher for a criminal mischief warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The male was taken to jail.
On March 16, Deputy K. Underwood stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the 600 block of Crockett Martin. The male driver was found to be operating the vehicle with a suspended license and no proof of financial responsibility. The male was also found to have been convicted on two previous occasions for the same offense. The 34 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 12:06am, charged with driving with license invalid and transported to jail.
A 42 year old female from Conroe was arrested at 2:45pm, March 16, in the 13300 block of Creekwood Lane by Deputy D. Pugh for a theft by check warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The female was taken to jail.
On March 16, Deputies K. Christiansen and S. Degner were notified of an attempt to locate on a vehicle in the 2800 block of I-45 N. The vehicle was located sitting in a parking lot occupied by a male subject. After making contact with the male, marijuana was observed in plain view in the center console of the vehicle. The 21 year old male from Houston was arrested at 8:03pm and transported to jail.
A 36 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 12:30am, March 17, in the 12700 block of Nicholson Road by Deputy K. Christiansen for a harassment warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received information on the location of the male. The male was transported to jail.
On March 17, Deputy K. Christiansen was dispatched to Pineview Drive in reference to a violation of a protective order. The Deputy located the male on the property that was named in the protective order and detained him. The 57 year old male from Willis was arrested at 6:23pm and taken to jail.
A 32 year old male from Willis was arrested at 6:54pm, March 17, in the 14000 block of Shadow Bay by S/Sgt. E. Ward for an assault warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received information on the male’s location. The male was taken to jail.
On March 18, Deputy S. Degner stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the area of Hwy 105 and Waukegan. The male driver was found to be intoxicated. The 50 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 2:37am, charged with DWI and taken to jail.
A 47 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 11:42am, March 18, in the 5000 block of S. Duck Creek by Deputy J. Kader for a theft warrant out of Montgomery County. When the male was located he gave a false name to the Deputy. The male was additionally charged with failure to identify (fugitive). The male was taken to jail
On March 20, Deputy C. Santoro was sent to the 13900 block of Calvary Road in reference to a welfare concern. The Deputy located two males near the dock and found both to be intoxicated. A 56 year old male from Conroe and a 44 year old male from Jersey Village were arrested at 2:45am and 3:32am respectively and taken to jail.
A 27 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 1:30pm, March 20, in the 13400 block of Willingham by Deputy C. Holcomb for a theft of property by check warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance call. The male was transported to jail.
District 2 – Lt. Brady Fitzgerald (South County)
On March 13, 2011, Deputy Zavorski was dispatched to 25455 Borough Park Drive in reference to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle. Upon arrival, Deputy Zavorski located and detained the suspect, 17-year-old male from Spring. Prior to placing the suspect in his patrol vehicle, Deputy Zavorski searched the suspect and marijuana was found. The suspect was charged with Possession of Marijuana and transported to the Montgomery County jail. The owner of the vehicle did not wish to pursue charges for the Burglary of a Motor Vehicle.
On March 14, 2011, Deputy Zavorski responded to a Disturbance in the Creekside Village subdivision. The suspects, 34 year old male and 28 year old female from Spring, were arguing and then seen getting into separate vehicles and chasing each other through the subdivision. Deputy Zavorski located the vehicles and attempted to conduct a traffic stop at which time the first vehicle cut through a parking lot to evade. The second vehicle followed Deputy Zavorski while he pursued the first vehicle. The male suspect continued to evade until he reached the Briarcrest Apartments where he fled on foot. The female suspect did not want to pursue charges, but when she left she continued to drive around the area. A short time later the male suspect was located and detained for Evading in a Motor Vehicle. The female suspect returned blocking officer’s vehicles and demanding they release the vehicle to her. She was taken into custody, charged with Interference with Public Duties. Both were transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On March 15, 2011, Deputy Wilkerson and Deputy McKee responded to a Disturbance in Progress on Budde Road. The suspect, 33-year-old male from Spring, and his girlfriend had been arguing when he grabbed a T-shirt and began trying to choke her with it. The complainant was able to get away and called 911. The assistant District Attorney was contacted and charges were accepted for Assault Family Violence Impeding Breathing. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On March 16, 2011, Senior Sergeant Russell arrested a 24-year-old male after a traffic stop on IH-45. During the course of the traffic stop, it was found that the driver had two suspensions on his license. The suspect was taken into custody, charged with Driving While License Invalid, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On March 16, 2011, Senior Sergeant Russell observed a vehicle traveling at 80-85 mph on IH-45 North. Senior Sergeant Russell conducted a traffic stop and made contact with the driver, 21-year-old male from The Woodlands, who stated that he was headed home from a friend’s house. The driver had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath, and after a poor performance on the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, was taken into custody, transported to the Montgomery County Jail and charged with Driving While Intoxicated.
District 3 – Lt. Darrel Conn (East County)
On 3/15/11 Deputy S. Ortiz was dispatched to the Porter Walmart for 2 female shoplifters. Upon arrival Ortiz learned that Loss Prevention associates observed both females in the Cosmetic department putting numerous items into a purse. Upon searching the purse a Tylenol bottle was found but it contained different pills rather than Tylenol. The pills were identified and determined to be a Controlled Substance for which they had no prescription. Both females were arrested for Theft and one of the females was also charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.
On 3/17/11 Deputy G. Harman responded to an Illegal Dumping call on Peach Creek Drive where a male was trying to dump a trailer with two old boats on it. Upon Deputy Harman arriving he found a small about of Methamphetamine in the suspect’s pants pocket. The male was arrested and transported to jail without further incident.
On 3/17/11 Deputy K Morris was dispatched to a Family Violence in Progress with weapons call on Ford Road. Before deputies could arrive they learned from communications the suspect had left the location with a shotgun. Morris spotted the vehicle and waited for additional units to arrive before attempting to stop the vehicle. When backup arrived Morris initiated all his emergency equipment but the driver refused to stop and a pursuit ensued. The pursuit continued until the driver turned into his place of employment on S. Hillcrest Dr. A .45 caliber pistol was found in the car. The suspect was a convicted felon and he was arrested and charged with Felony Evading in a vehicle and Felon in Possession of a Firearm.
On 3/19/11 Deputy Logan conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Mexican John/Forest Lane. After learning the driver did not have a valid driver’s license the driver was allowed to call a friend to come drive his vehicle home. The friend that arrived on location was checked to see if he had a valid license before releasing the vehicle to him. It was then discovered the male had 4 outstanding warrants through the Precinct 4 Constable’s Office. That male was arrested and transported to East County Jail.
On 3/20/11 Deputy J. Durrenberger was dispatched to the Porter Wal-Mart for 2 female shoplifters. Upon arrival Durrenberger learned that Loss Prevention associates observed both females in the Cosmetic and Pet departments putting numerous items into a purse. They were also observed putting merchandise in a shopping cart under a jacket. The females then went to the self-checkout register where they only paid for a few items. The females then tried to exit the store without paying for the other concealed items. Both females were arrested and charged with Misdemeanor Theft.
District 4 – Lt. David Park (West County)
On March 2nd Deputy Suarez observed a white Acura facing east on Pruitt Road. Deputy Suarez conducted a field interview on the driver a 35 year old male subject. The subject was swaying from front to back while standing. The subject refused to submit to a Field Sobriety Test. Due to the subject’s apparent danger to himself and to the public he was placed into custody for suspicion of driving while intoxicated. The subject was transported to Hermann Hospital in The Woodlands for a mandatory blood draw and then transported to the Montgomery County Jail and charged with DWI 3rd offense.
On March 20th Deputy Mittag was dispatched to a residence in the Ranch Crest Subdivision for a Criminal Mischief. The reportee believed a 19 year old male subject had caused the damage. Upon making contact with the subject the Deputy was notified by Dispatch that there was an active Warrant for Assault Causing Bodily Injury. The subject was placed into custody and transported to the South County Jail.
On March 20th Deputy Crandell responded to a Welfare Check at the Exxon Gas Station located at FM 2978 and Carraway Lane. Upon arrival Deputy Crandell observed a 25 year old female subject stumbling down the road on Carraway Lane flailing her arms about in a frantic manner. Before the Deputy was able to approach her, he observed the subject stuff her hands down the front of her shorts trying to hide an object. The Deputy detained the subject and she advised that she had been smoking crack and drinking. After she had been transported to female booking a glass pipe was discovered in her clothing. The subject was charged with Public Intoxication and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
On March 20th Deputy Overbay was dispatched to the Decker Oaks Subdivision in Pinehurst in reference to a Family Disturbance. Upon arrival Deputy Overbay made contact with the Complainant and a 40 year old male subject. The Complainant advised that she and the male subject had been arguing most of the day and he had strangled her around the neck cutting off her air supply for a few seconds. The male subject was arrested and charged with Felony Assault Family Violence and transported to the South County Jail.
On March 19th Deputy Provenzano responded to a Disturbance on Sanders Cemetery Road. A 56 year old Hispanic male subject was outside of a friend’s house banging on the doors to the house trying to get into the house. The subject was also trying to fight some of the people in the house. The Subject had blood shot eyes and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and person, not sure of his exact location and was intoxicated. The subject was arrested for Public Intoxication and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On March 18th Deputy Mittag while patrolling the Woodtrace Subdivision noticed a 54 year old male subject standing outside of a white Chevrolet Avalanche. The vehicle was parked in the far left lane of Woodtrace Blvd near South Highway 249. Upon making contact with the subject the Deputy could smell a strong odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath. The subject was also having trouble maintaining his balance and had slurred speech. The subject was a clear danger to himself and or the public in his current state. He was arrested and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On March 16th Deputy Corley and Sergeant Hernandez were dispatched to West Rollingwood Drive in reference to a Family Violence. Upon arrival Deputy Corley met with the Complainant who advised his 23 year old son was drunk and threatening to harm him. Deputy Corley then met with the son who was intoxicated and took an aggressive stance towards him with balled up fists. Sergeant Hernandez detained the subject. As the Sergeant patted down the subject before transport a small wooden pipe was located in his left front pocket with burnt Marijuana. The subject was charged with Assault by Threat Family Violence and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
On March 16th Deputy Irvine was dispatched to the Spirit Outlet Liquor Store in reference to a Theft. Upon arrival Deputy Irvine met with a Store Employee who advised that she observed a known subject come in to her store and remove a bottle of Jose Cuervo valued at $29.99 and exit the store without paying for it. The subject admitted to Deputy Irvine he had stolen the liquor and he was working to earn money to pay for it. Dispatch ran the subject for warrants and he had one out of Magnolia Police Department The subject was issued a Citation for Theft <$50.00 through the JP Court in Magnolia and transported to the Magnolia PD and released into their custody.
District 5 – Lt. Gary Welch (Northwest County)
March 15th Deputy Garlock responded to Chaparral Dr. in regards to an Assault. It was learned that two male roommates on location had been involved in a physical altercation where each reported being assaulted by the other. Both males were arrested for Assault (Family Violence) and placed into the Montgomery County Jail.
March 16th Deputy Jackson responded to the 100 block of Stones Edge in regards to Burglary of a Vehicle. The Complainant reported that someone had entered their vehicle overnight and stole several electronic items from inside. The value of items taken is estimated to be in excess of $600. The Case is under investigation by the Patrol Division.
March 17th Deputy Thompson responded to the 5200 block of FM 1486 N. in regards to Burglary of a Habitation. The Complainant reported that someone had entered her home without permission and stole two firearms located inside. Evidence was gathered and this case is under investigation by the Criminal Investigation Division.
March 18th Deputy Howze was dispatched to the 11200 block of Leonidas Horton Rd. for the reported Theft of a Vehicle. The Complainant reported that someone entered his property overnight and stole two ATV four wheelers. This case is under investigation by the Auto Theft Task Force.
March 19th Deputy Howze responded to the 100 block of Carmel Ct. in regards to a Burglary of a Habitation. It was reported that someone had gained entry into the home and stole jewelry. The value of items taken has not yet been determined. The case is under active investigation by the Criminal Investigation Division.
District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Woodlands)
On March 15, 2011, Deputy Epperson arrested 20-year-old male from Conroe after a traffic stop for speeding (60 mph in a 30 mph zone) on Donwick Drive. The suspect was found to have a suspended license and prior convictions for driving while license suspended. The suspect was taken into custody, charged with Driving While License Invalid, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On March 16, 2011, Deputy Borchardt observed a suspicious vehicle in front of the closed Exxon on Research Forest Drive. The driver, 45-year-old male from Wichita, KS, was unable to locate his driver’s license, but did find the rental agreement for the vehicle. During the course of the investigation, it was found that the driver had consumed several alcoholic beverages that evening. The driver agreed to perform several Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, and at the conclusion of the tests, was taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On March 18, 2011, Deputy Dewey stopped at the Exxon on Panther Creek Pine and observed a vehicle with an excessive number of passengers. Deputy Dewey made contact with the driver and explained that it was illegal to transport more passengers in the vehicle that it is equipped with seatbelts. When asked for his driver’s license, the driver, 20-year-old male from Tomball, stated that he did not have one. Deputy Dewey asked and found marijuana in the driver’s pocket. The driver was taken into custody for Possession of Marijuana and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On March 19, 2011, Deputy Conklin arrested a 35-year-old male from The Woodlands for Public Intoxication and Disorderly Conduct. The suspect was seen staggering across Waterway Avenue and down the stairs to the waterway level. Deputy Conklin located the suspect under the bridge urinating in the water. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
The following Shoplifting Arrests were reported:
3/16 – Deputy Houstoun arrested a 14 year old female from Conroe for Shoplifting at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive. The suspect attempted to take $65 worth of perfume from Sears. The suspect was taken into custody charged with Theft, and transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Facility without incident.
3/16 – Deputy Houstoun arrested a 15 year old female from Conroe and a 16 year old female from Houston for Shoplifting at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive. The suspects attempted to take $250.00 worth of clothing from Sears. The suspects were taken into custody charged with Theft, and transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Facility without incident.
3/18 – Deputy Koonce arrested a 20 year old female from The Woodlands, for Shoplifting at 3040 College Park Drive. The suspect attempted to take $79.34 worth of merchandise from Wal-Mart. The suspect was taken into custody charged with Theft, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
3/19 – Deputy Weatherford arrested two 15-year-old females from Willis for Shoplifting at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive. Three suspects attempted to take $664.65 worth of clothing and jewelry from JC Penny’s. When the Loss Prevention Officer attempted to detain the suspects, a parent intervened and began yelling at the loss prevention officer. At one point, the loss prevention officer was punched in the stomach. Two of the suspects left the scene and went to their vehicle. More merchandise from other stores was located in the vehicle. One of the suspects, 16-year-old female from Willis did not return to the scene. The two 15 year old suspects were taken into custody charged with Robbery and Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity, and transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Facility without further incident.