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MCSO Crime Report

MCSO Weekly Blotter

District 1 – Lt. Darrel Conn (North County)

On 02/21/09 at 11pm, Deputy Lawless had to exit onto the shoulder of Highway 105E to avoid a vehicle coming towards him going westbound in the eastbound lane. Deputy Lawless stopped the Pontiac Firebird near Whippoorwill Road and Highway 105E. There was a strong odor of alcohol and as the male driver exited the vehicle. The driver complained of high blood pressure and EMS was called. The driver was taken to Conroe Medical Center where he was evaluated and then released to Deputy Lawless. This DWI case has been referred to the District A.

On 02/25/09 Corporal Bonner was dispatched to the 12,000 block of Oak Meadow, in Willis, in reference to a theft. The complainant advised that a toolbox had been stolen from his backyard.

On 02/27/09 Deputy Holcomb was dispatched to the FM 830 Storage in reference to a burglary of a building. The complainant advised he had been out to his storage unit on 02/16/09. Upon arrival today, he found the lock on the unit missing and $8500 worth of property missing. This case has been referred to the Detective Division for further investigation.

On 02/27/09 Deputy Degner was dispatched to Douget Road in reference to an Assault – Family Violence. Deputy Degner arrested a male suspect running from the house. Deputy Degner received a call from the Jail approximately two hours later, stating that the fingerprints of the individual earlier arrested came back to a different individual. The person in custody is a registered sex offender. The arrested person had also signed booking records with the false name. Deputy Degner returned to the jail, issued another citation with the suspect’s correct name, and added additional charges of Failure to Report as a Sexual Offender and Tampering with Government Documents, which are Felony 3 offenses.

District 2 – Lt. Andrew Eason (South County/Woodlands)

On February 22, 2009 at approximately 0155 hours, Dep. Veith was working at a location off of Sawdust Road when he was advised of a disturbance inside. The suspect (WM 27) was asked to leave the establishment after throwing a beverage on another patron. A friend of the suspect was able to get him to leave the building, but once outside, the suspect became belligerent towards the deputy. At that time he was taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On February 22, 2009 at approximately 0223 hours, Dep. Hernandez was dispatched to a location off of Sawdust road to assist with a transport of an intoxicated suspect. After taking custody of the intoxicated suspect, another person (WM 21) approached the officers carrying an open, half empty, bottle of beer. The suspect had extremely slurred speech, bloodshot eyes and was unsteady on his feet. The second suspect was arrested for public intoxication as well.

On February 25, 2009 at 1530 hours, Cpl. Russell was dispatched to the Emergency Room at St. Luke’s hospital in reference to a person inside with a pistol. While enroute, Cpl. Russell was informed that the suspect’s mother-in-law had placed the gun in her vehicle. Cpl. Russell met with the mother-in-law and retrieved the weapon. Clearly visible signs were at the entrance to the hospital which state “concealed weapons prohibited.” The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident for Unlawful Carrying Weapon by License Holder

On March 3, 2009 at approximately 0301 hours, Dep. Neal was dispatched to a location on Sylvan Forest Dr. in reference to a burglary. Upon arrival, Dep. Neal met with the reportee and the homeowner. The complainants had detained the suspect (WM 17). The homeowner stated that he woke up to his neighbor yelling at the suspect. When he went outside he found that the suspect had been trying to break into his truck and his neighbor had stopped him. The two detained the suspect and waited for officers to arrive. Dep. Neal spoke with the suspect, who stated he was walking his dog, however, no dog was on scene. The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

District 3 – Lt. Jim Fleming (East County)

On February 23, Corporal D. Miller observed a mini-bike causing a vehicle disturbance in the 24200 block of West Terrace. The driver advised the mini-bike belonged to a man who lived just up the street. The Deputy located the owner who stated he had no ownership papers. The Deputy requested identification from the male and the male gave a false name and date of birth. The male was later identified by his proper name. The 48 year old male from Porter was arrested at 4:00pm for failure to identify and was taken to jail.

On February 23, Deputy A. Cross was sent to the 21000 block of Pintex Drive in reference to a disturbance call. On arrival the Deputy observed a female walking in the roadway. The female was found to be intoxicated. She was detained and began to use profanity and resisting. The 17 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 4:02pm and transported to jail.

On February 23, Deputy S. Ortiz was dispatched to the 21500 block of Hwy 59 in reference to a possible DWI. The Deputy located the vehicle and spoke with the driver. After an investigation was complete the 49 year old female driver from Splendora was arrested at 10:06pm for DWI and transported to jail.

On February 25, Deputy R. Ashmore was notified of a family violence assault call in the 15500 block of North Creek Drive. The Deputy met with a female complainant who was traumatized over being assaulted by her husband. She had bruising on her upper left side and possibly a broken clavicle. The 65 year old male from Porter was arrested at 5:00pm and transported to jail.

On February 26, Deputy C. Murray responded to the 23500 block of 3rd Street in New Caney in reference to a burglary in progress call. A witness had seen two males enter into a residence and the owner was not at home. On arrival one of the suspect males saw the patrol vehicle and fled. The Deputy was unable to apprehend him and went back to the residence and observed the other male still inside. The male fled with the Deputy chasing him. The Deputy located the male and detained him. During the investigation the Deputy located marijuana on the male. The 21 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 12:49am, and charged with burglary, possession of marijuana and evading arrest/detention. He was transported to jail.

On February 26, Deputy D. Rippley was sent to the 18400 block of Comanche Drive in reference to a disturbance call. The Deputy along with Cpl. Miller met with several subjects and a female in particular who had called 9-1-1. She was hiding inside the residence. She came out and was very belligerent to the Deputies. She was detained for public intoxication. The 32 year old female from Porter was arrested at 11:50am and during transport to jail she attempted to escape. She was charged with public intoxication, escape from custody and abuse of 9-1-1 system.

On February 26, Deputy A. Cross was dispatched to the 17900 block of Druid Circle in reference to a traffic hazard. The Deputy met with a female witness who stated a male had come to her house and asked about a travel trailer in a building on the property next door to hers. She said it was not hers and the male proceeded to go over hook the trailer up to his Jeep and attempt to leave when he got it and his Jeep stuck in the ditch. The owner of the trailer was located and wished to press charges. While on location a theft call was dispatched near the same location. An air conditioner had been taken. As the investigation continued Deputy Cross and Deputy R. Layman located the male involved in taking the trailer and air condition unit. The 44 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 6:41pm and charged with burglary of a building and theft. The male was taken to jail.

On February 26, Deputy J. Guion was notified of a theft in the 23500 block of Hwy 59. The Deputy met with the loss prevention officer who was detaining a male suspect. The male had been seen taking items from the electronics and tool sections and left the store passing all points of sale. Total amount of the items taken was $244.29. The male had two prior convictions for theft and was also charged with criminal trespass. The male was found to be intoxicated as well. The 21 year old male from Porter was arrested at 10:29pm and transported to jail.

On February 27, Deputy S. Ortiz responded to the area of Hwy 59 and FM 1485 for a possible intoxicated driver. A witness had seen a vehicle strike the center retaining wall twice at a high rate of speed. A Harris County Deputy stopped the vehicle. The male driver was found to be intoxicated and during the investigation a soma pill was found on the male. The 25 year old male from Cleveland was arrested at 5:34pm for DWI and possession of a dangerous drug and taken to jail.

On February 27, Deputy R. Layman was working traffic enforcement in the area of SH 242 and FM 3083 when a vehicle was observed to be speeding. The Deputy attempted to stop the vehicle and the vehicle sped off. The Deputy went into pursuit for several miles and into a subdivision finally stopping the male driver in the 15400 block of Hummingbird. The 18 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 8:33pm and charged with evading arrest with a vehicle. He was transported to jail.

On March 1, Deputy J. Guion was dispatched to the 16100 block of Sun View Lane in reference to a burglary in progress. A witness had seen a male entering into two different vehicles. The male was still in the area hiding. Deputies searched the area for a short while and the male was seen fleeing over a fence. Another witness advised a male matching the suspect’s description was seen walking west on Hwy 242 near FM 1314. Deputy Guion went in route and located the male. He was detained. Witnesses determined the male in custody was the one breaking into the vehicles. The 27 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 11:45pm and transported to jail.
Warrants served:

A 33 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 8:10am, February 23, in the 19400 block of FM 1485 by Deputy J. Amstutz for a sexual assault of a child warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was on a warrant service. The male was transported to jail.

A 39 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 5:28pm, February 23, in the 23400 block of Johnson Road by Deputy S. Ortiz for a possession of marijuana warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received information on the wanted female’s location. The female was taken to jail.

A 40 year old male from Porter was arrested at 6:46pm, February 24, in the 20400 block of Lana Lane by Deputy J. Chapa for an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was on a warrant service. The male was transported to jail.

A 37 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 9:00pm, February 24, in the 22300 block of Dogwood Drive by Deputy J. Chapa for a writ of attachment warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was on a recovery of a missing juvenile call. The female was transported to jail.

A 24 year old male from Kingwood was arrested at 1:00am, February 25, in the area of Hwy 59 and Community Drive by Sergeant H. Smith for a theft warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was checking a suspicious vehicle call. The male was transported to jail.

A 24 year old male from Porter was arrested at 3:06am, February 26, in the 23000 block of David by Deputy J. Walker for possession of a controlled substance warrant out of Harris County. The Deputy was investigating a suspicious person call. The male was taken to jail.

A 48 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 5:30pm, February 26, in the 25300 block of Blackburn Road by Deputy J. Chapa for a criminal mischief motion to revoke warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was on a warrant service. The male was on the fugitive warrant list. He was taken to jail.

A 29 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 6:43pm, February 26, in the 17900 block of Druid Circle by Deputy R. Layman for four (4) traffic warrants and an assault warrant out of Montgomery County JP 4. The Deputy was assisting Deputy Cross on a burglary of a building call. The male subject was with the male Deputy Cross arrested for burglary and theft. The male was taken to jail.

An 18 year old male from Porter was arrested at 6:17pm, February 28, in the 18200 block of Hollyberry Court by Deputy J. Chapa for a criminal mischief warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a criminal mischief call. The male was transported to jail.

A 28 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 9:07pm, February 28, in the area of Loop 494 and Antique Lane by Deputy J. Chapa for possession of controlled substance failure to appear warrant out of Waller County. The male and a male passenger were stopped on a traffic violation. The passenger in the vehicle, a 46 year old male from New Caney, was also arrested at 9:11pm, by Deputy S. Ortiz for a parole warrant and a DWI warrant out of Montgomery County. Both males were transported to jail.

District 4 – Lt. Art Galloway (West County)

On 2/24/09 Cpl. F. Webb was met at the District 4 office by a complainant in reference to burglary of a vehicle. The complainant then noticed some items had been taken from his unlocked truck. The total value of the missing items stated at approximately $200. The case was referred to CID- Detectives.

On 2/25/09 Cpl. A. Sumrall was dispatched to Timber Oaks Ct in reference to a theft. When he arrived on scene (a residence currently under construction) he met with the complainant (builder) who advised that sometime between 2/21/09 at 3:00 pm and 2/23/09 at 8:00 am someone had stolen 1152 6” X 12” pieces grey Hardi board valued at $14,000. This case referred to CID-Detectives.

On 2/25/09 Deputy G. Kerr was dispatched to SH 249 for a burglary report. When Deputy Kerr arrived on scene he found forced entry had been made through a 20 foot roll up door. The complainant stated someone had broken into the building and had stolen tools, 410 shot gun and a saw. Total dollar loss estimate at $700. This case referred to CID-Detectives.

On 2/28/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez was dispatched to Oak Run in reference to the burglary of a motor vehicle. Upon his arrival he made contact with the complainant who stated someone had broken into her and her husband’s truck. The driver’s side window was broken out of the truck, stereo/CD player was stolen, muffler was stolen, and dash board was damaged. Estimated cost to replace &/or repair is about $610. This case referred to CID-Detectives.

On 2/28/09 Deputy T. Messina was dispatched to an alarm call at Rinn Tire on FM 1774.When Deputy Messina arrived on scene he found the south window to the business was completely shattered. Constable PCT 5 unit, Sgt. Arnold, was already on scene when Deputy Messina arrived. The estimated cost to replace the 5’x8’ solid glass window is $500. The case was referred to CID-Detectives.

On 2/28/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez was dispatched to Rolling Timbers in reference to burglary of a motor vehicle. Upon his arrival he made contact with the complainant who advised he had parked & locked the vehicle on 2/27/09 at about 11:00 pm. On 2/28/09 about 8:00 am he went to his vehicle to go to work and noticed that someone had broken out the driver’s side window and got inside the car and stole the Stereo/CD player. Loss estimated at $150 for side window, $130 to replace Stereo/CD, $100 to repair dash board. This case referred to CID-Detectives.

On 3/1/09 Deputy K. Williams was dispatched to Nichols Sawmill for a burglary of a building report. When he arrived on scene he met with the complainant who stated he found that an unknown person(s) had cut the chain to the front gate, entered his storage facility and removed some of his property. The property consisted of various power tools, and a Lincoln 180 amp gas powered 16hp Briggs & Stratton welder. The total dollar loss estimated at $3,900. This case referred to CID-Detectives.

District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)

On 02/20/2009 Dep. T. Shotwell was dispatched to a residence on Balmoral in reference to a disturbance in progress. The female complainant advised her ex-husband had come to the residence. She stated her ex-husband became physically aggressive with her and began chasing her outside the residence. The male fled the location in his vehicle. Case referred to detectives.

On 02/21/2009 Cpl. D. Wilkins responded to the 23500 block of Sharp Road. Upon arrival she met with the property owners who advised they had returned to the property for the weekend and found someone had burned approximately 5 acres of their property. In addition, suspect(s) had destroyed numerous trees in a malicious manner. The property owner’s travel trailer that was on the property had extensive damage to all windows, and two concrete birdbaths had been struck repeatedly by an unknown instrument. The scene was investigated for evidentiary leads and submitted to detectives along with the Fire Marshall’s office for follow-up.

On 02/21/2009 Dep. B. Lennon responded to the 3900 block of Knollcrest. Upon arrival he met with the complainant who advised he had secured a boat to his patio at his secondary residence. Upon returning to the residence the complainant advised someone had removed the boat along with the security locking device and chain. The investigating deputy checked the scene for evidentiary leads.

On 02/25/ 2009 Cpl. D. Wilkins was dispatched to the 20000 block of Pine Lane. Upon arrival she met with the homeowner/residents who advised they had returned to their home on the previous date and found unknown suspect(s) had forced entry into the residence. All rooms and furniture in the residence had been gone through by the suspect(s), and an extensive amount of property was taken from the residence. Case referred to detectives.

On 02/25/2009 Dep. P. Rex was patrolling Highway 105 W near April Sound Blvd. when he observed a grey Cadillac travelling Eastbound on Hwy 105. The deputy activated his in-car video and followed the vehicle as he observed the driver unable to maintain a single marked lane of traffic and crossing over the fog line on multiple occasions. The deputy activated his emergency equipment, and the driver failed to comply proceeding Eastbound to Hwy 105 W and McCaleb. The driver of the vehicle then turned Southbound on McCaleb Rd. and came to a stop approximately ¼ mile south of Hwy 105 W. The deputy made contact with the female driver who showed multiple and obvious signs of intoxication. The female was taken into custody and transported to the MCSO jail. Case referred to district attorney’s office for prosecution.

On 02/27/2009 Dep. T. Dishman observed a white Ford pickup travelling over the posted speed limit in near Big Oak and FM 1097 West. The deputy activated his emergency equipment and initiated a traffic stop near the intersection of Pearson and FM 1097 West. He then made contact with the male driver of the vehicle. The deputy observed the driver to have significant signs of intoxication while speaking with him. The driver was taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated and transported to the MCSO Jail.

District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)

On February 22, 2009 at approximately 1900 hours, Dep. Weatherford was dispatched to a business at 1120 Lake Woodlands in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival he met with the Loss Prevention Officer (LPO). The LPO stated that on this date, they observed the subject (WF 63) enter the store and begin selecting several items and placing them inside a shopping bag within her cart. The subject passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where she was then stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $218. The subjects was taken into custody for Theft and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.

On February 22, 2009 at approximately 1410 hours, Dep. Houstoun was dispatched to a business at 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival he met with the Loss Prevention Officer (LPO). The LPO stated that on this date, they observed the subject (WF 20) enter the store and select an blouse and enter the fitting room. When she exited the fitting room a LPO checked the room and the blouse was not located. The suspect passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where she was then stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $69.00. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.

On February 26, 2009 at approximately 1414 hours, Dep. Cano was dispatched to a business at 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival he met with the Loss Prevention Officer (LPO). The LPO stated that on this date, they observed the subject (WF 30) enter the store and begin selecting several items and enter the fitting room. When she exited the fitting room a short time later with only one item, the LPO’s proceeded to checked for the missing merchandise, but none was located in the room. The suspect passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where she was then stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $467. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.

On February 28, 2009 at approximately 1901 hours, Dep. Godden was dispatched to a business at 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival he met with the Loss Prevention Officer (LPO). The LPO stated that on this date, they observed the subjects (WF 22 and BF 12) enter the store and begin selecting several jewelry items. The suspects passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where they were then stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The juvenile suspect was released to a family member and charges for Theft will be referred to Juvenile. Merchandise was recovered in the amount of $138. The suspect was taken into custody for Theft and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On February 28, 2009, at approximately 1841 hours, Dep. Weatherford was dispatched to a business at 3040 College Park Dr. in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival he met with the Asset Protection Coordinator (APC). The APC stated that on this date, they observed the subject (WM 21) enter the store with another unidentified male, and select a large quantity of grocery items. The suspects then entered the men’s department where they concealed the items in shopping bags. The suspects passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise. The unidentified male stopped to occupy the door greeter while the arrested suspect exited the store with the merchandise. Loss Prevention officers then attempted to stop the suspects. When they made contact, the unidentified male ran off. The arrested suspect put up a brief struggle, but was taken down to the ground and detained in handcuffs and then escorted back into the store and processed for the theft. The recovered merchandise (76 items) was valued at $388.15. The suspect were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.

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