Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office weekly blotter
District 1 – Lt. Darrel Conn (North County)
District One Patrol responded to:
1711 Calls Dispatched
335 Reports Taken
13 Felony Arrests Made
28 Misdemeanor Arrests Made
121 Citations Issued
On 02/02/09 at 02:55 hours, Deputy Salazar was dispatched to Iron Ore Road, in Conroe, in reference to a reported Family Violence, Criminal Mischief. The investigation revealed that a husband and wife had just arrived back home after a trip to a local pub. An argument initiated between the two and the female assaulted the male by striking him in the head and biting him on the arm. The female then broke the rear window of the husband’s company vehicle. The 22 year old female was arrested for Assault – Family Violence and Criminal Mischief on the company vehicle.
On 02/03/09 District One Deputies were dispatched to the 10,000 block Long Branch Drive, in Conroe, in reference to a Welfare Concern. Early reports indicated that a male subject was attempting suicide. Deputies arrived and secured a perimeter at a safe distance, fearing the individual was armed. It took deputies and SWAT Officers three hours before the individual surrendered and was taken into custody on an active parole violation warrant.
On 02/04/09 Deputy Lawless responded to the 11,000 block of Old Montgomery Road, in Willis, in reference to a Family Disturbance. While en-route, Deputy Lawless learned from dispatch that the telephone connection with the female complainant had been lost. On arrival, the case investigation revealed that during the argument, the male suspect had intentionally destroyed the telephone connection. A 42 year old male was arrested and charged with Interference with an Emergency Telephone Call.
On 02/07/09 at 9:10 P/M, Deputy Degner was dispatched to the 10,000 block of Valley Drive, in Willis, in reference to a welfare check. On arrival, a highly intoxicated 35 year old male was found in the driveway. He had reportedly been beating on the front door of the residence saying, “Come on Momma, open the door.” The investigation revealed he did not live at this location but did stay approximately 30 miles away. This individual was found to be in possession of over 2 ounces of marijuana and failed to properly identify himself. He was identified and had an active warrant out of California for Parole Violation.
On 02/08/09 at 01:26 A/M, Deputy Halbert was patrolling FM 3083 when he noticed a passenger vehicle being driven off the roadway and into the ditch. The driver was taken into custody and charged with DWI.
District 2 – Lt. Andrew Eason (South County/Woodlands)
On February 4, 2009 at approximately 2048 hours, Dep. Cogdill responded to a Motor Vehicle Accident call in the 9900 block of Woodlands Parkway. Upon arrival Dep. Cogdill made contact with the arrested (WM 27). The subject was taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident. The driver of the other vehicle was not injured.
On February 7, 2009 at approximately 1700 hours Dep. Flynn was dispatched to the 10000 block of Woodlands Parkway in reference to locating a subject vehicle from a Disturbance. Dep. Flynn located the unoccupied vehicle. Dep. Flynn and Dep.Gordy waited for the owner of the vehicle to return. When he did they approached him ask some questions about the earlier incident. Upon approaching the vehicle they noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. They asked the driver to step out of the vehicle and located a baggie in the subject’s pocket. The baggie was found to contain marijuana. The subject was taken into custody for Possession of Marijuana and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On February 8, 2009 at approximately 1605 hours deputies were dispatched to a suspicious person call in an area south of Archbriar Place. Upon arrival Dep. Armstrong observed a group of people just east of the trail. When Dep. Armstrong approached them and five of them ran into the woods. Two subjects remained and cooperated with commands and were detained without incident. One of the suspects (WF17) admitted to smoking marijuana. A baggie containing a green leafy substance, identified as marijuana was located in the car. The subject was taken into custody for Possession of Marijuana. Three of the five subjects who previously ran from the scene were returned to the scene by deputies. One (WM 15) was issued a citation for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The other two (both WM 17) were taken into custody for Evading. All suspects were transported to either the Montgomery County Jail or Juvenile Detention Center without incident. Charges are pending on the other two suspects.
On February 10, 2009 at approximately 1441 hours, Dep. Solomon was dispatched to a business on Sawdust Road in reference to a Forgery. Upon arrival Dep. Solomon met with the reportee who stated that the suspect (WM 54) had entered the store and attempted to cash a check for $3,000. The clerk contacted the company the check was written on, who advised they had not issued that check. The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
District 3 – Lt. Jim Fleming (East County)
On February 3, Deputy A. White was sent to the 23602 block FM 1485 in reference to a disturbance in progress. Two males were seen walking through the trailer park yelling, stumbling and drinking beer. The Deputy located the twin males and found them to be intoxicated and belligerent. The males, each 26 years old, from Pennsylvania, were arrested at 5:14pm for public intoxication. One of the males was also charged with possession of a controlled substance. Both were transported to jail.
On February 3, Deputy J. Guion responded to the Adult Probation Office in the 21100 block of Hwy 59 in reference to a male on location that was found to have falsified a mandatory drug test by using an artificial device hidden inside his pants. The 51 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 6:45pm and transported to jail.
On February 4, Corporal S. Spiller was dispatched to the 18700 block of Rolling Hills in reference to a welfare concern. The Deputy located a male standing in the roadway. The male was found to be intoxicated. The 42 year old male from Porter was arrested at 1:10am and transported to jail.
On February 4, Deputy R. Ashmore was sent to the area of Sorters Road and Holly Ridge in reference to a welfare concern involving a female laying in the roadway. The female was found to be intoxicated. The 41 year old female from Kingwood was arrested at 2:40am and transported to jail.
On February 4, Corporal D. Miller stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the area of FM 1314 and Sorters Road. During the investigation the male driver was found to be in possession of three controlled substances and a prohibited weapon (brass knuckles). The 21 year old male from Porter was arrested at 4:45pm and transported to jail.
On February 5, Deputy J. Guion was notified of a family violence assault call in the 22300 block of E. Martin. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated she arrived home and found her husband to be intoxicated. The male was belligerent and started throwing things around in the house. The male began to physically assault the female by pulling her hair. The 34 year old male from Porter was arrested at 4:15am and transported to jail.
On February 6, Deputy J. Amstutz was dispatched to the 23500 block of Loblolly Pine Drive in reference to a welfare concern involving a four year old child. The Deputy met with a reportee who had found the child barefoot and walking in the roadway. The child was able to point out where she lived. The Deputy met with the mother who appeared to have just awakened. During the investigation it was determined the mother would be charged with endangering a child. CPS was called to the location. The 26 year old female was arrested at 11:45am for the endangering charge and was transported to jail.
On February 6, Deputy J. Chapa was sent to the 23500 block of Hwy 59 in reference to a theft call. The Deputy met with the loss prevention officer who was detaining a female for shoplifting. Total amount of merchandise taken was $528.73. The 20 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 5:52pm and transported to jail.
On February 7, Deputy J. Hamilton responded to the 23500 block of Hwy 59 in reference to a welfare concern involving a male that was stumbling in the parking lot. The male was found to be intoxicated. The 23 year old male from Porter was arrested at 9:50am and transported to jail.
On February 7, Deputy A. White was notified of a family violence assault call in the 25300 block of Blackburn Road. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated she and her husband had been arguing for two days. The male pinned her down and struck her head several times with his fist. The 40 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 3:14pm and transported to jail.
On February 7, Deputy J. Chapa stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the 23700 block of Hwy 59. The vehicle was reported stolen out of Harris County. The female driver gave the Deputy a false name. During the investigation it was found that the female had stolen merchandise totaling $112.92 from the outlet store. The 26 year old female from Porter was arrested at 8:15pm and charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, failure to identify fugitive from justice, possession of a prohibited weapon (switchblade knife), two charges of possession of a controlled substance, four charges for possession of a dangerous drug, theft with prior convictions and two order of arrest warrants out of Montgomery County. The female was on the crime stoppers most wanted list. She was taken to jail.
On February 8, Deputy J. Walker was dispatched to the 26000 block of E. Christine Drive in reference to a disturbance. The Deputy made contact with a male that was involved in the disturbance. The male was intoxicated. The 21 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 11:30pm and transported to jail.
A 45 year old female from Splendora was arrested at 11:00am, February 3, in the area of FM 1314 and Church Street by Deputy J. Amstutz for five warrants out of Montgomery County JP 4. The female was stopped on a traffic violation. She was transported to jail.
A 46 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 2:27pm, February 4, in the 21100 block of Hwy 59 by Deputy A. Cross for a possession of a controlled substance warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy took custody of the female from an officer with another agency. The female was transported to jail.
A 33 year old female from Porter was arrested at 12:56pm, February 4, in the 23800 block of Loop 494 by Deputy D. Rippley for a theft by check warrant out of Kaufman County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The female was taken to jail.
A 31 year old male from Porter was arrested at 2:56pm, February 4, in the 14600 block of Hwy 59 by Deputy A. White for an assault causes bodily injury warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy received the male from a Liberty County Deputy. The male was transported to jail.
A 25 year old female from Porter was arrested at 5:48pm, February 4, in the 24600 block of FM 1314 by Deputy J. Chapa for a DWI warrant, a possession of controlled substance warrant, both out of Montgomery County. She also had six warrants out of Montgomery County JP 4. The female had been involved in an accident and attempted to leave the scene. She was filed on for evading in a vehicle. A DPS Trooper also filed DWI on the female. She was transported to jail.
A 45 year old male from Porter was arrested at 8:45pm, February 6, in the 23500 block of Aestival by Deputy J. Guion for three warrants out of Montgomery County JP 4. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance call. The male was taken to jail.
A 20 year old male from Kingwood was arrested at 11:09am, February 7, in the 1700 block of North Park by Deputy J. Amstutz for a theft by check warrant out of Walker County. The male had been stopped on a traffic violation. The male was taken to jail.
A 25 year old male from Katy was arrested at 8:38pm, February 8, in the 16400 block of Spring Rain Court by Deputy G. Harman for an assault causes bodily injury warrant out of Harris County. The Deputy was investigating a suspicious person call. The male was transported to jail.
District 4 – Lt. Art Galloway (West County)
On 2/3/09 Deputy H. Suarez was dispatched to FM 1488 in reference to a criminal mischief report. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who stated that someone had torn the exterior water pipes off the wall of the Magnolia Masonic Lodge and broken them into small pieces. Damage estimated at $200. This case referred to CID-detectives for follow-up.
On 2/4/09 Deputy T. Messina was dispatched to a burglary of a motor vehicle call on Decker Drive in Magnolia. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who advised that he had been awakened by the sound of his vehicle alarm. When he went outside he discovered the passenger door was open and the passenger window completely shattered. Several items had been stolen from inside the vehicle including a brief case, a Dell lap top computer, an MP3 player, a checkbook and a textbook.
On 2/4/09 Deputy K. Williams Was dispatched to Eileen for a burglary of a habitation report. Upon his arrival at the location he met with the complainant who stated he had secured his residence at about 10:30 am on 2/4/09. When he returned at 2:30 pm he found that unknown person(s) had entered his residence through a front window by breaking a window pane and stolen some of his property. The stolen items included a handgun, a laptop computer, 4 pearl necklaces, assorted costume jewelry, and quarters from a glass jar. Total loss for the complainant $2,065. This case referred to CID-detectives.
On 2/5/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez was dispatched to Geronimo in Magnolia in regards to the theft of a travel trailer. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who stated he knew his travel trailer was parked at this location on 2/4/09 at about 6:00 pm. On 2/5/09 he noticed the travel trailer missing at 8:00 am. The missing Hi-Low travel trailer is valued at $6,000. This case referred to CID-Auto theft task force. This case referred to CID-Detecitves.
On 2/6/09 Deputy G. Kerr met with a complainant who came into the District 4 Patrol Office to make a report on criminal mischief. The complainant was representing Omni Bank who had taken possession of the property (Clover Creek Club House) in 2007. The foreclosure is still in litigation w/homeowners in Clover Creek. The complainant stated that sometime on 1/5/09 unknown person(s) had entered onto the buildings property and damaged furniture, A/C units, sheet rock, windows, lights, etc. for a total loss of $11,754. This case referred to CID-detectives.
On 2/6/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez was dispatched to Timbershade Court in reference to a burglary of a motor vehicle. The vehicle had a spotlight ($100) and a red rotating security light ($100) stolen. Various items had been stolen from the vehicle including coins, an umbrella, gift card, Remington shooting glasses, Dell laptop computer, stereo, 2 DVD players, 10 DVDs, 3 gold rings, 2 gold necklaces and 1 wood guitar. This case referred to CID-detectives.
On 2/6/09 Deputy K. Krolczyk was dispatched to Deer Run St. in Magnolia in reference to a burglary of vehicle call.
On 2/6/09 at approximately 6:15 am the victim found the door and inside console open on his 2006 Dodge 2500 4-door. Several items had been stolen from the vehicle which included a wallet, driver’s license, social card, 2 cartons of cigarettes, $400 in cash, 5 credit cards, and a Kodak digital camera. The total loss estimated at $852. The other two vehicles had been entered but nothing had been taken. This case referred to CID-detectives.
On 2/6/09 Deputy K. Krolczyk was dispatched to Decker Dr. in reference to burglary of a vehicle. When she arrived at the location she met with the complainant who advised that when he entered his vehicle in the morning at 8:20 am he found several items missing. These items included luggage ($360), 2 luggage saddle bags ($90), cell phone charger ($25), miscellaneous articles of clothing ($300) and a shaving kit ($20). This case referred to CID-detectives.
On 2/6/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez was dispatched to Deer Run Drive in reference to a burglary of motor vehicle call. Upon his arrival he made contact with the complainant and gathered information pertinent to the report. Miscellaneous articles had been stolen from two different vehicles that were left unlocked in the driveway. Estimated loss for the stolen items is $500. This case referred to CID-detectives.
On 2/7/09 Deputy G. Kerr was dispatched to Wildwood Trace for a burglary of habitation report. When he arrived at the location, the home is not visible from the street, he met with the complainant who stated that sometime between 2/6/09 at 10:30 am and 5:30 pm someone had entered his home and stolen several items from the gun cabinet located in his living room area. No other items were touched or missing from the home. This case referred to CID-detectives.
On 2/8/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez was dispatched to Brushy Pines, Hockley, in reference to a criminal mischief call. The complainant stated the windshield on his 1997 Chevrolet pickup had been shot out with BB shots. Estimated cost to replace the windshield is $500. This case referred to CID-detectives.
District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)
On 01/29/2009 Dep. T. Dishman was dispatched to Forest Circle in reference to family violence. Upon arrival he met with an adult son and his father who advised they had been in a verbal altercation, but there had been no violence or threat of violence. The adult son left the location to prevent the situation from escalating. Approximately ten minutes later the adult son returned to the location with his mother and began a physical altercation with the father. Deputy Dishman returned to the location at which time the son was taken into custody and transported to the MCSO jail.
On 01/20/2009 Dep. T. Shotwell responded to a business on La Torretta Blvd. for a Burglary of a Habitation. Upon arrival he met with the complainant who advised suspect(s) had entered one of the rental cottages on location and removed two 42” flat screen televisions without consent. The complainant also advised the cottage doors are equipped with tracking devices. Case referred to detectives.
On 01/31/2009 Cpl. J. Bruce and Dep. D. Garner responded to the 12600 block of Browning in reference to Assault. Upon arrival they met with the resident who advised he had hired contractors for some work to his home. On this date the contractors arrived and the residence advised them the work was not acceptable. He stated they began to argue at which time the female contractor used profane and abusive language toward him. When he responded the male contractor, spouse of the female, hit him. The two males then began a physical altercation. The contractors left the location and contacted MCSO, separately, from a location nearby. The contractors advised the resident stated they were trying to get paid for the work they had completed and leave when the resident physically assaulted them. Case was referred to detectives and JP’s office.
On 01/30/2009 Dep. D. Wiesepape was dispatched to the 800 block of Queenswood. Upon arrival he met with a husband and wife in reference to Harassment, Criminal Trespass and Disorderly Conduct. The husband advised an ex-girlfriend of his had just left the location after being advised law enforcement had been contacted. Both the husband and wife stated the suspect(s) had repeatedly threatened the wife’s life via email, telephone and text communications since August 2008. They advised the situation had escalated to the suspect coming to the residence and demanding entry. The suspect made multiple threats to the female spouse prior to fleeing the location.
On 01/30/2009 Dep. B. Lennon met with a complainant at the District V office in reference to Theft. Upon making contact with the complainant he was advised the male had a relationship with the suspect via the Internet. During the relationship the suspect advised him she was from Alabama but currently living in Nigeria. The suspect requested the complainant assist her with funding due to her wanting to move to Houston. The complainant complied and was subsequently sent a cashier’s check by the suspect for more than the amount needed. The suspect advised the check was a settlement, and she would work with the complainant to deal with the difference in amounts. The complainant subsequently found out the whole incident was a scam and lost in excess of $4,500.00. Case referred to detectives.
On 02/01/2009 Dep. N. Jordan was dispatched to make contact with a complainant at the emergency room at Conroe Medical Center in reference to assault. Upon arrival he met with the complainant who advised he and some friends had been in The Woodlands earlier that night. The complainant advised they had consumed alcohol and were unable to safely drive his vehicle. The complainant got in the backseat of his vehicle and went to sleep. The male friend/suspect became angry over the complainant refusing to allow him to drive the vehicle and took the keys to the vehicle out of the complainant’s pocket. The complainant was awakened in Walden where the suspect yelling at him to move so other people could get in the vehicle. The suspect became enraged and physically attacked the complainant pulling him out of the vehicle and kicking him in the head. Other people on location stepped in and were able to get the complainant to a safe location after which he was transported to the hospital for his injuries. Case referred to detectives.
On 02/02/2009 Dep. B. Lennon responded to the District V office where he met with a complainant who advised someone had gained access to her credit card and made several purchases including one on Craigslist and Societe Francaise De C. The complainant advised she did not know how the suspect(s) had obtained her credit card. Case referred to detectives.
On 02/03/2009 Sgt. G. Welch was dispatched to a business located in the 16100 block of Hwy 105 West in reference to Burglary of a Business. Upon arrival he met with the owner and an employee of the business who advised they arrived to find the front glass door had been completely shattered. Upon making entry into the business it was found the suspect(s) had taken both computerized registers along with destroying several pieces of property in the business. The empty registers were found destroyed behind the business along with property from a different location. The scene was processed for evidence and submitted to the MCSO Crime Lab. Case referred to detectives.
On 02/03/2009 Dep. A. Neeley was dispatched to the 26000 block of Hwy 105 West in reference to Criminal Trespass in progress. While enroute the reportee advised the suspect was panhandling from his customers and previously the suspect had been warned not return to the business. The suspect then went across the street to another business where he had previously been issued a Criminal Trespass Warning by law enforcement. Upon arrival the suspect had fled both locations and could not be located. Dep. Neeley and additional units canvassed the area in attempt to locate the suspect, but they were unable to do so. Case referred for followup.
On 02/05/2009 Cpl. J. Bruce, Dep. D. Garner, Dep. M. Jackson, Dep. A. Neeley responded to Steve Owens Drive in reference executing three Felony Warrants and one Misdemeanor. Upon arrival at the residence/towing business/storage lot, a 47 year old female was arrested on Felony/Theft and transported to the MCSO Jail.
On 01/31/2009 Dep. D. Wiesepape responded to the 800 block of Omeara in reference to Criminal Mischief/Attempted Theft of Motor Vehicle. Upon arrival he met with the reportee and complainant who advised a 2006 Ultra Classic Harley Davidson motorcycle was found laying in the street in front of the residence with approximately $6200 in damage. They advised the motorcycle had been parked in the driveway of the residence the night before. The complainant believes someone attempted to steal his motorcycle and it fell off the back of the vehicle they loaded it onto. The scene was processed for evidence which was submitted to the MCSO Crime Lab. Case referred to Detectives.
On 02/04/2009 Dep. R. Garlock was dispatched to the 25700 block of Watson Road in reference to Criminal Mischief. Upon arrival he met with the complainant /property owner who stated that someone had cut his barbed wire fence. The fence secured a grazing area for the complainant’s cattle. Case referred to Detectives.
On 02/05/2009 Dep. W. Shotwell responded to the 600 block of Columbia River in reference to a Burglary of a Habitation. Upon arrival he met with the homeowner who advised his residence had been left secured in mid January.
On 02/05/2009 he was contacted by a neighbor who advised the residence had been burglarized. The complainant proceeded to the residence and found forced entry had been made and several hundred dollars in damage done along with several pieces of property had been taken by the suspect(s). The scene was processed for evidence and referred to Detectives.
On 02/05/2009 Dep. D. Garner was dispatched to the 700 block of Columbia River in reference to Burglary of a Habitation. Upon arrival he met with the homeowner who advised him the residence was left secure on 01/24/2009. A neighbor also contacted this homeowner to advise the residence had been burglarized. Forced entry was made into the residence and in excess of $1,000 in property taken. The scene was processed for evidence and referred to Detectives.
District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)
On February 4, 2009 at approximately 1600 hours, Dep Cano was dispatched to a business at 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to shoplifters in custody. Upon arrival he met with the Loss Prevention Officer (LPO). The LPO stated that on this date, they observed the subjects (both WF 16) enter the jewelry department and select a pair of earrings and concealed them in a shopping bag. The girls then each selected a sleeveless dress from the Dresses Department. They then proceeded to the handbag department where one of the girls selected a large white handbag and the other a small beige and black purse. Both concealed the handbags and dresses in their shopping bags. They then proceeded back to the dresses department, selected another dress and entered the fitting room. After they exited the fitting rooms a check of the room found only one dress, an empty earring card and defeated EAS tags. 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 was valued at $288.20 and $377. The suspects were released into the custody of parents.
On February 5, 2009 at approximately 1542 hours while working speed enforcement on Lake Woodlands, Sgt. Herring conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling 49mph in a posted 35 mph zone. While conducting the traffic stop, Sgt. Herring noticed the smell of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle. Sgt. Herring also observed a small plastic tub sitting in the center console with a green leafy substance that he believed to be marijuana. During the course of the investigation, two small plastic containers and three marijuana pipes were located. Sgt. Herring contacted the District Attorney’s Office, who accepted charges for Possession of Marijuana. The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On February 6, 2009 at approximately 1900 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 subject (WF 42) enter the store and select a child’s suit. She then took the tag, marked $10.99, and replaced the tag on another suit, marked $74.99. She then proceeded to the checkout and paid the $10.99. She then exited the store where she was then stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store for failing to pay the full price for the item. The suspect was taken into custody for theft and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.