Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
District 1 – Lt. Darrel Conn (North County)
On 02/08/09 Deputy Adams responded to the 10,000 block of FM 2432 in reference to an Assault – Family Violence. On arrival, Deputy Adams learned that the male suspect had reportedly fled the scene. A short time later, Deputy Holcomb was dispatched to the same location on a follow-up. The suspect was found hiding behind a shed. He was also found to be under the influence of methamphetamines and alcohol. He was placed into custody. The District Attorney’s Office also accepted charges for the original assault.
On 02/10/09 at 9:15 P/M Deputy Halbert was dispatched to the 14,000 block of Bimbo Lane in reference to a Family Disturbance. On arrival, the investigation revealed a female child had rebelled against a parent during a disciplinary session. The child reportedly bit the parent during an argument. The child was taken into custody and transported to Juvenile Detention pending assault charges.
On 02/14/09 at 11:30 P/M Deputy Salazar was dispatched to the 11,000 block of Newton Circle, in Conroe, in reference to a reported Assault – Family Violence. On arrival, the Deputy made contact with a male and a female who had reportedly been involved with the disturbance. The female was found to have active Warrants for which she was arrested.
On 02/16/09 Deputy Kader conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of FM 3083 and FM 2090. The driver was found to have active Warrants; (1) Prohibited Substance in Correctional Facility. He was also charged with displaying Fictitious Registration on the vehicle he was driving at the time of the traffic stop.
District 2 – Lt. Andrew Eason (South County/Woodlands)
On February 11, 2009 at approximately 2304 hours, Dep. Barber, while on routine patrol, observed a vehicle traveling on Glen Loch turn right onto Tangle Brush without stopping at the stop sign. He then activated his emergency lights and initiated a traffic stop. Upon approaching the vehicle to make contact with the driver, Dep. Barber noticed an extremely strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Dep. Barber obtained identification from the three occupants of the vehicle, then returned to his patrol car. Dep. Barber had dispatch check the identification of the three subjects. As the driver stepped out of the vehicle a large baggy of marijuana fell out of the vehicle onto the ground. The driver stated that the other two occupants were unaware of the marijuana in his vehicle and that he was only giving them a ride. They were identified and released. During the course of the investigation a second baggy of marijuana was located. The subject was taken into custody for Possession of Marijuana and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On February 13, 2009 at approximately 0720 hours, Dep. Wroten was dispatched to a Welfare Check on Richards Road. Upon arrival Dep. Wroten found the arrested ( WM 61) to be passed out in his vehicle in the parking lot of a bank. Upon waking and speaking with the subject, Dep. Wroten detected a strong odor of alcohol emitting from his person and breath. The suspects speech was slurred and he was unaware of the time or his location. The suspect was placed into custody (Public Intoxication) for his safety and the safety of others and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On February 15, 2009 at approximately 1615 hours, Dep. Uber, while on routine patrol in the area of South Millbend and Sawdust Road, observed a vehicle commit a traffic violation. Dep. Uber cited the driver (WM 19) for Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility (Insurance) and gave a warning for Failure to Signal Turn. After conducting a search and locating a small baggy of marijuana, the driver was placed into custody for Possession of Marijuana and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On February 16, 2009 at approximately 0200 hours, Dep. Jobe was dispatched to the Wing Street and Tableland Trails area to check for a suspicious person. Upon arrival to the area, Dep. Jobe noticed the arrested (WM 18) walking down the street with a large bulge under his shirt. Upon detaining the suspect, Dep. Jobe found the bulge to be a car amplifier. The suspect stated he had taken it from a vehicle at the location for the suspicious person call. The car amplifier and radio were identified by and returned to the owner. The subject was taken into custody for Burglary of a Motor Vehicle and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
District 3 – Lt. Jim Fleming (East County)
On February 9, Deputy J. Armstrong was sent to the 19900 block of Live Oak Burr for a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a male complainant who stated he and his wife had been in a verbal argument which turned physical. The female struck the complainant with a purse on the head and then struck him with a closed fist on the mouth. The male called 9-1-1 and on the Deputy’s arrival the female stated she was the one assaulted. There was no physical evidence to indicate the female had been assaulted as she stated. The male had signs of a physical assault. The 30 year old female from Porter was arrested at 9:00am and transported to jail.
On February 11, Deputy J. Guion was notified of a possible intoxicated driver on Hwy 59 near Community Drive. The Deputy, along with other Deputies, located the vehicle and was finally able to get the female driver to pull over in an area on First Street. During the investigation the driver was found to be intoxicated and in possession three dangerous drugs. The 27 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 9:50pm, charged with DWI with child passenger and possession of the drugs. She was transported to jail.
On February 11, Deputy J. Chapa was dispatched to the 21400 block of Morris Street in reference to a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised she got into an argument with her mother about dinner. The elder female was intoxicated on medication. The elder female became violent toward the complainant and pushed her. The complainant said she was in fear for her life and feared bodily harm. The 49 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 10:03pm and transported to jail.
On February 12, Deputy J. Chapa was notified of a burglary report in the 20900 block of Briar Timber. The Deputy took the report and a short time later met with a DPS Trooper who had two subjects stopped in the 23800 block of FM 1314. The Trooper asked the Deputy if there had been any recent burglaries and handed the Deputy a credit card from the driver of the vehicle. The Deputy observed the card to be in the name of the previous complainant. Both occupants, a male and female, were detained. During a consent to search all items were located that had been taken from the residence. The 39 year old male and 24 year old female, both from Porter, were arrested at 7:45pm, charged with burglary of a habitation and two counts of credit card abuse. Bother were transported to jail.
On February 12, Deputy J. Guion was sent to the 17400 block of Deep Woods Trail in reference to a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a male who advised his sister came in his room cursing and yelling at him about rent money he owed her. She started throwing things around in his room and tearing up his property. The male attempted to stop her when she pushed him down and hit him repeatedly. The male was bloodied and had multiple bruises about his body. The 47 year old female from Conroe was arrested at 9:43pm and transported to jail.
On February 13, Deputy L. Ray and Deputy G. Jackson were dispatched to the 17200 block of Oak Grove Lane for a family violence assault call. On arrival the Deputies heard a female from inside the residence calling for help. She yelled she was being attacked. The Deputies announced and the female opened the door. The female stated her husband had attacked her. The male, after a physical altercation, was taken into custody, as his wife attempted to interfere with the Deputies’ duties. The fight ended on the floor. The female was detained. The male began to resist detention and slammed himself into Deputy Jackson, injuring the Deputy. The 25 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 5:54am, charged with assault on a peace officer, resisting detention and family violence assault. He was transported to jail. The female was released at the scene with charges pending.
On February 13, Deputy J. Chapa was notified of a disturbance call in the 20100 block of Guy Odell Lane. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised several males had come to her residence to fight with her son. She stepped in front of two of the males who both pushed her several times. The Deputy located one of the males who failed to identify himself and resisted being arrested for the assault on the female complainant. The 18 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 7:41pm and transported to jail.
On February 14, Deputy C. Evans was notified of an attempt to locate a possible intoxicated driver in the area of FM 1314 and Old Sorters Road. Deputy Evans and Deputy S. Ortiz located the vehicle in the 23100 block of FM 1314. The female driver and male passenger were found to be intoxicated. The 23 year old female and 25 year old male, both from Porter, were arrested at 2:31am. The female was charged with DWI and the male with public intoxication. Both were transported to jail.
On February 14, Deputy R. Layman was dispatched to the 20600 block of Oakhurst Meadows on a suspicious person call. The Deputy spoke with a reportee who advised a male was in the area asking to mow lawns. The reportee thought it odd since the male did not have a lawn mower. Prior to this, Deputy J. Amstutz, was flagged down about a possible burglary in progress involving a male matching the description given to Deputy Layman. Deputy J. Armstrong made the scene of the burglary. During the ensuing investigation the suspect male was located and detained. The suspect male’s sister was detained for hindering apprehension. The 22 year old male and 23 year old female, both from Porter, were arrested at 2:26pm and taken to jail.
On February 14, Deputy R. Ashmore was sent to the 16600 block of FM 1485 for an assault call. On arrival the Deputy met with two males on location. One of the males had come to the residence to meet with his wife and was attacked by the other male at the scene. During the ensuing investigation it was determined the first male had assaulted two women on location and the second male assaulted him. The first male, a 28 year old from New Caney, was arrested at 8:40pm for assault and the second male, a 19 year old also from New Caney, was arrested for aggravated assault as he had used a brick to attack the first male, striking him on the head. Both males were transported to jail.
On February 14, Deputy J. Chapa responded to the 17800 block of Crystalwood Court on a disturbance in progress. The Deputy met with a male on location who stated he and some friends were playing poker. Another male accused the first male of cheating and they both went outside. The second male grabbed the first male in a headlock and the first male struck him several times on the face. The first male produced a handgun and fired it and everyone left the property. The first male then struck the second male twice on the face with the handgun. The first male, a 19 year old from New Caney, was arrested at 10:11pm and transported to jail.
On February 15, Deputy C. Evans was notified of a disturbance in the 23400 block of Hwy 59. On arrival the Deputy located two males fighting in the grass. The Deputy was able to separate the two and one fled the scene with the Deputy in pursuit. The Deputy and the male got into a struggle as the Deputy was trying to arrest him. The male was able to break away and the Deputy chased him to an apartment where another struggle ensued. The male was finally apprehended. The 21 year old male from Porter was arrested at 3:31am for evading and resisting arrest. He was taken to jail. The other male had fled the scene.
On February 15, Deputy L. Ray was dispatched to the 17800 block of Shaw Circle for a burglary in progress call. The
Deputy located a male in a vehicle that was stuck in a ditch near the residence. The female complainant said the male was there to see her and she refused to let him in and said he was not welcome at her residence. The male broke a window and was reaching inside, attempting to enter the residence according to the complainant. The 24 year old male from Spring was arrested at 4:41am and transported to jail.
On February 15, Deputy C. Curry was sent to the 20800 block of FM 1485 for a robbery call. The male complainant stated that two males had approached him asking for money. He told them he had none. One of the males produced a knife in an attempt to get money from the complainant. The other male took off. The complainant’s wife said she was calling the police at which time the male left the scene. The male was located and detained. The 17 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 9:20pm, charged with aggravated robbery, and taken to jail.
A 25 year old female from Kingwood was arrested at 6:40am, February 10, in the 26900 block of Crown Haven Court by Deputy J. Amstutz for a motion to revoke probation violation warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received information on the female’s location. The female was transported to jail.
A 32 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 6:50pm, February 10, in the 15100 block of Country West Drive by Deputy A. White for a civil contempt failure to appear warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was conducting an investigation on child custody. The male was transported to jail.
A 23 year old male from Kingwood was arrested at 7:00pm, February 10, in the 17500 block of Oak Grove Lane by Deputy D. LeBeau 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 22 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 8:20pm, February 11, in the 22400 block of McCleskey Road by Corporal D. Miller for a theft probation violation warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy located the male sleeping in his vehicle at Sallas Park. The male was taken to jail.
A 52 year old female from Channelview was arrested at 4:35pm, February 11, in the 23900 block of Hwy 59 by Deputy J. Chapa for a forgery of checks warrant out of Harris County and a theft by check warrant out of Fort Bend County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The female was transported to jail.
A 28 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 9:00pm, February 13, in the 23600 block of FM 1485 by Deputy J. Guion for a blue warrant. The Deputy was conducting a warrant service. The male was taken to jail.
A 39 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 9:44am, February 15, in the 23600 block of Second Street by Deputy C. Azwell for a civil contempt failure to appear warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was conducting a warrant service. The male was taken to jail.
District 4 – Lt. Art Galloway (West County)
On 2/10/09 Deputy K. Williams was dispatched for a theft report. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who advised his wallet was secure on top of his desk, inside his office on 2/9/09 at 10:40 hours. Later the same day he discovered his wallet was missing. The items missing were listed as black leather wallet ($20), cash ($750), social security card ($10), Drivers License ($10), 1 credit card and 1 medical card. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 2/10/09 Deputy J. Herman was to Nichols Sawmill at Roberts Cemetery Rd in reference to criminal mischief. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who stated that at approximately 9:45 pm as he was driving east on Nichols Sawmill an unknown object was thrown at his vehicle from an unknown vehicle traveling west just as it was passing him. The unknown object struck the right front headlight of the complainant’s truck causing it to break. Deputy Herman was unable to locate the thrown object. The estimated cost to replace the headlight in the complainant’s 2008 Chevrolet 2500 4-door truck is $350. Case closed due to lack of suspect information.
On 2/10/09 Deputy K. Williams was dispatched to Wright Rd. for a theft report. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who stated that on 2/9/ at 10:40 am his wallet was secure with all items in it on top of his desk inside his office. On 2/9/09 at 5:00 pm he discovered his wallet missing. The estimated loss is one black leather wallet ($20), cash ($750), social security card ($10), drivers license ($10), 1 credit card and 1 medical card. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 2/11/09 Deputy G. Kerr was dispatched to Longneck Dr. for a criminal mischief report. Upon Deputy Kerr’s arrival he met with the complainant who stated he had parked his Peterbilt truck in front of his residence on 2/10/09 at 7:30 pm. When he returned on 2/11/09 at 8:30 am he discovered his passenger side rear tire on his back dual had been punctured and the brake air hose cut into. The estimated amount of damages stated as ($300.00) for Goodyear 24X80 tire replacement, brake hose replacement ($200.00). This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 2/12/09 Cpl. F. Webb was dispatched to Pecos Ranch Dr. in reference to the burglary of two vehicles. When Cpl. Webb arrived at the location she met with the complainant who stated he left both vehicles in the front yard unlocked overnight. When he came out to go to work at 5:30 am he noticed that someone had gone through the papers in his glove compartment and had taken the JVC stereo from the dash. He then checked his wife’s car and found that someone had removed a portable TV that hangs from the headrest on the front seat driver’s side. Total loss for both stolen items estimated at $320. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 2/13/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez was dispatched to FM 1774 in Magnolia in reference to criminal mischief. Upon arriving to the scene Deputy Gonzalez made contact with the complainant to gather information pertinent to the report. The complainant advised that it would cost approximately $300 to replace the damaged structures (1 glass window and 1 Plexiglas door) at the Academy. The case is inactive at this time due to lack of investigative leads.
On 2/13/09 Deputy K. Krolczyk was dispatched to FM 1486 in Magnolia in reference to the burglary of a business. Upon her arrival she met with the complainant (clerk) who provided details for the report. Deputy Krolczyk noted that entry and exit to the business were made through forced entry on the side of the building. The exterior/interior was cut and a hole was made to gain entry. The estimated loss to the business was ($3,000) damage to exterior/interior wall, ($1,250) cash stolen from a cabinet, ($45) Doral cigarettes, ($400.00) Marlboro cigarettes, ($1,930) bank drop bag. A copy of the store video was provided to the Sheriff’s Office for evidence. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 2/14/09 Deputy T. Slusher along with his partner Deputy P. Carpenter was dispatched to SH 249 I Pinehurst in reference to burglary of a building and theft of copper. Upon their arrival the officers met with the complainant who provided details for the report.
The scene was a metal building that houses a recycling business. Entry and exit to the building was made by cutting a hole approximately two feet wide and three feet high on the exterior of the building. There was approximately $300 damage to the building and approximately 100 lbs of carbide scrap ($1,000) and 200 lbs of #1 copper wire ($500) were stolen. Fingerprints were taken at the scene and turned over as evidence to the MCSO crime lab. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 2/14/09 Deputy K. Williams was dispatched to Brushy Pines for a burglary of a habitation report. When Deputy Williams arrived he met with the 2 complainants who provided information for the report. The scene was a 20 ft. Fleetwood travel trailer which had been entered and exited by suspect through an unlocked door. Various items had been stolen from the travel trailer. These items included 1 Remington rifle ($300), 1 Winchester rifle ($300), 1 Toshiba laptop computer ($1,200.00), 1 Sony Play station ($300), 2 black suitcases damaged with gasoline ($65), misc. clothing items and 1 pair boots damaged with gasoline ($80), paperwork in suitcase damaged with gasoline ($16). This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 2/15/09 Deputy T. Slusher and his partner Deputy P. Carpenter were dispatched to FM 1774 in reference to burglary of a motor vehicle. Upon their arrival they met with the complainant who advised his pickup truck had been burglarized at his place of business. When he arrived at his business at 8:50 am on 2/15/09 he found that someone had broken the driver’s side window on his truck. According to the complainant a Pioneer car stereo ($169) had been taken from the dash, a pair of Nike shoes ($130) and music CDs stolen ($50) had been also been taken. The cost to repair the damage to the Ram truck estimated at ($200) for the window and ($200) for the dash/console trim. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 2/16/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez responded to a call on FM 1774 in reference to a theft at a vacant business that is in the process of being remodeled. Forced entry into the building by unknown suspect(s) was attempted but not completed. Outside of the building 6 Rheem 10 ton A/C units had been stripped of aluminum, copper and brass at a cost of ($12,000 each) to replace them. 2 Rheem 7.5 ton units had been stripped as well and 1 completely stolen at a cost of $9,000 each. Damage to the set of double exterior doors estimated at $500. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)
On 02/06/2009 Dep. M. Jackson along with Dep. C. Favorat and Deputy T. Shotwell responded to a disturbance in progress at a business located in the 26300 block of Old Highway 105 W. Upon arrival they were met by multiple complainants/suspects and witnesses. The deputies were advised that a male and female had travelled to the business for enjoyment. Upon their arrival both the male and female were approached in an aggressive manner by the male’s ex-girlfriend. As the female attempted to exit the vehicle the ex-girlfriend made several disparaging remarks then drug the female from the vehicle and a physical altercation ensued between the females. Additional people on location observed the fight and stepped in to assist. The owner of the establishment went outside and ordered all parties to leave the location. One of the males assaulted the owner at which time the suspect was struck by a bat.
On 02/07/2009 Dep. C. Favorat responded to the 1900 block of Northshore Drive in reference to burglary of a building. Upon meeting with the complainant he was advised the property is part of an estate. The complainant returned to the property and found the detached garage had forced entry and multiple tools were missing. The scene was processed for evidence. Case referred to detectives.
On 02/09/2009 Dep. M. Jackson was dispatched to the 100 block of Parkway in reference to a burglary of a habitation. Upon arrival he met with the complainant who advised she was supposed to meet a female at the residence. When she arrived home she found a female/suspect inside her residence. The residence is located in a gated community, and the suspect had not been provided an access code to the community or the residence. The complainant also stated that she had previously had some jewelry stolen from the residence which was located in the suspect’s possession at a different time and location. The suspect was not on location when the deputy arrived. Case referred to detectives.
On 02/10/2009 Dep. D. Wiesepape was on bike patrol in the Walden area when he observed the driver of a dark GMC pickup attempt to pass in a no passing zone. While attempting to pass the driver of the truck almost collided with oncoming traffic and the deputy. Dep. Wiesepape attempted to stop the driver of the truck who accelerated his traffic and fled the area. The deputy aired the description of the truck and the suspect driver over the radio. Dep. J. Farmer responded to the area and located the vehicle. The vehicle was stopped and driver detained. The suspect was taken into custody for Felony Evading with a Motor Vehicle and transported to the MCSO Jail.
On 02/08/2009 Deputies P. Rex and D. Garner were dispatched to a family violence. Upon arrival they observed an adult female lying on the floor inside the residence. The male spouse was also on location. The female had multiple injuries to her face, arms legs and head from being assaulted. While being treated by EMS the female advised her husband had started an argument and the argument escalated to physical violence. The female was transported to the hospital by EMS. The male was taken into custody and transported to the MCSO Jail.
On 02/06/2009 Dep. H. Lowe responded to the 26300 block of Old Hwy 105 West in reference to burglary of a business. Upon arrival he met with the employees of the establishment who advised they had been contacted by the alarm company. Forced entry had been made into the building. The suspect(s) had damaged a juke box on location and taken the money contained in the juke box. The scene was processed for evidence and submitted to the MCSO Crime Lab. Case referred to detectives.
On 02/12/2009 Dep. D. Garner and Dep. P. Rex were on patrol near Tejas Blvd. and Highway 105 West. The deputies observed a Honda passenger car sitting in the middle of the intersection. They made contact with the white female driver who appeared to be under the influence of an unknown substance. Field sobriety tests were performed and the female taken into custody for suspicious of Driving Under the Influence. The female was transported to the MCSO Jail and charged with DUI and Possession of Controlled Substance.
On 02/08/2009 Dep. H. Lowe responded to the 500 block of Columbia River Road in reference to burglary of a motor vehicle. Upon arrival the complainant advised he observed a suspect attempting to break into his vehicle outside the residence. The complainant approached the suspect who fled on foot toward a red passenger car. The complainant attempted to chase the vehicle on foot and jumped on the hood of the vehicle. The suspect accelerated the vehicle throwing the complainant to the roadway. EMS was called to the scene and treated the complainant for his injuries. Case referred to detectives.
District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)
On February 11, 2009 at approximately 1310 hours, Dep. C. Parks 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 subjects (WF 22 and WM 22) enter the automotive department and select a brake control and tow package and place the items in their shopping cart. They then entered the men’s department where the female subject concealed the items with a baby blanket and diaper bag. After that they entered the garden center and purchased a DVD. The suspects passed all points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where they were then stopped by Asset Protection officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $77.86. The suspects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
On February 12, 2009 Dep. D. Johnson 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 received a call from the Jewelry department advising her that a female had just asked for an empty bag. The LPO then observed the subject (WF 45) begin selecting several items of clothing and conceal them in the bag. 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 $904. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
On February 13, 2009 at approximately 1745 hours, Dep. Conklin 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 received a call from the cosmetics department concerning two females. The LPO observed the subjects (19 and 24) enter the jewelry department and begin selecting several items and concealing them under clothes they were carrying. The suspects then entered a fitting room. A short time later they exited the fitting rooms. A check of the fitting rooms found none of the merchandise. 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 recovered merchandise, which included 12 pieces of jewelry, 3 pairs of flip flops and a cosmetics box, was valued at $477.99. The suspects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
On February 13, 2009 at approximately 1330 hours, Dep. Rizk was dispatched to a business at 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a suspicious person. A witness on scene had seen the suspect looking into cars and trying to open door handles. Upon arrival Dep. Rizk located the person in question and asked for identification. The suspect (21) stated his identification was in his vehicle. Dep. Whitworth did an investigative pat down of the suspect and found a screwdriver in his pocket. The suspect was then detained and a checkbook was also found in his back pocket that did not belong to him. During the course of the investigation, several electronic items, a driver’s license, not the suspects, were also found in his vehicle. While on scene another deputy responded to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle call where one of the items recovered at this scene was identified. The subject was taken into custody for 2 counts of Burglary of a Motor Vehicle and Possession of Criminal Instruments and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.