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MCSO Crime Report

Sheriff Gage’s weekly blotter

District 1 – Lt. Darrel Conn (North County)

On 01/10/09 at approximately 2:00 P/M, Deputy Terrell responded to FM 3083 near Exxon Road, in reference to an auto crash (single vehicle). The female driver had reportedly crossed the center stripe and ran another vehicle off the roadway further down FM 3083, but did not stop. She continued to drive until she reached the intersection of Exxon Road where she lost control a and wrecked against a tree. This 46 year old female was transported by EMS to the hospital with minor injuries. She was suspected of having taken too many prescription medications. Charges of Driving While Intoxicated (drugs) are pending lab results.

On 01/10/09 at 6:45 P/M, Deputy Degner responded to a disturbance in Willis. On arrival, the complainant, a 27 year old female reported that her 34 year old common law husband had come home highly intoxicated. The female went outside where the male picked up a six foot section of 3 inch diameter PVC pipe and began to assault her with the pipe. The female was found running down the road when Deputy Degner arrived. The male was located and taken into custody. He was charged with Aggravated Assault – Family Violence. His bond was set at $50,000 dollars. The female was transported to the ER by private vehicle with a suspected broken arm.

On the date of 01/19/09 Deputy Adams was patrolling the area of Riverbend Drive, in Conroe, when he located an occupied vehicle in the roadway. Deputy Adams approached the vehicle and observed a strong odor of chemical coming from inside the vehicle. The lone occupant, a 26 year old male, was observed to have gold paint on his face and chin. A spray paint can was found on the floor of the vehicle. The male was holding a clear plastic baggie which contained gold paint. The male was found to be under the influence of chemical inhalant. His balance was unsteady and his eye pupils appeared abnormal (pin point size). This subject was taken into custody and charged with Possession and Ingesting a Volatile Chemical.

On 1/20/09 at about 9:30 P/M, Deputy Degner responded to the 10,000 block of Tanyard Road, in Willis, in reference to a disturbance. On arrival and upon investigation the facts indicated that a husband and wife were at home. The male got mad because the dog had eaten his supper that had been left on the counter. The male pulled out a 12 gauge shotgun and said he was going to kill the dog. There were children present and the wife told him that his actions were out of line and not justified. The male reportedly turned the shotgun and threatened to shoot her. This male was arrested and transported to jail. A $10,000 bond was set along with a charge of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon (Felony – 2nd Degree).

On 01/21/09 at about 8:00 P/M, Deputy Glisson responded to the 11,000 block of Camp Creek Way, in Willis, in reference to a family disturbance. The investigation revealed that a 49 year old male and a 39 year old female had been arguing. The female had reportedly picked up a glass lamp and struck the male on his head. This caused a two inch laceration to his forehead. The female appeared to be the aggressor of the disturbance. She was arrested and charged with Assault – Family Violence – Class “A”. A $1500 bond was set. 

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

On January 17, 2009 at approximately 1524 hours, Dep. Cano and Dep. Viands were dispatched to a Forgery in Progress call at a pharmacy on College Park Drive. Upon arrival Dep. Cano spoke with the pharmacist who stated a fraudulent prescription was called in and was going to be picked up. Approximately a half hour later a suspect (WM 20) arrived at the pharmacy and picked up the prescription and was still in the drive thru. Dep. Cano pulled up to the vehicle and activated his emergency lights to initiate a stop. The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On January 17, 2009 at approximately 0319 hours, Dep. Dewey was dispatched to a home on Waxberry in reference to a Burglary in progress. Upon arrival Dep. Dewey met with the complainant who stated that she was awakened by her neighbor to check her vehicles to see if anything was missing because they had seen a subject in her vehicle. The subject had run off when confronted. The suspect was located and transported back to the scene. The subject was taken into custody for Burglary of a Motor Vehicle and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On January 22, 2009 at approximately 2228 hours, Cpl. Gonzales conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on the frontage road of I-45. As the driver was pulling over, Cpl. Gonzales observed a cigarette pack being thrown out the passenger window. Deputies found “rolling papers”, and marijuana residue. Also found was a plastic baggie containing a white powder substance the field tested positive for cocaine. The driver was taken into custody for Possession of a Controlled Substance and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.

District 3 – Lt. Jim Fleming (East County)

On January 21, Deputy R. Ashmore was dispatched to the area of Lodge and Loop 494 for a vehicle in the ditch. The Deputy located the male driver and observed him to be intoxicated. The 30 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 1:00am, charged with DWI, and transported to jail.

On January 21, Deputy J. Walker was sent to the area of FM 1314 and Old Houston Road in reference to a welfare concern. The Deputy located a male walking down FM 1314. The male had been involved in a disturbance. The male was found to be highly intoxicated. The 42 year old male from Porter was arrested at 4:15am and taken to jail.

On January 22, Deputy A. White was notified of a welfare concern in the 16800 block of FM 1314. The Deputy located an intoxicated male in his vehicle. The 26 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 9:10pm, charged with public intoxication and taken to jail.

On January 23, Deputy C. Azwell responded to the 19700 block of N. Red Oak on a trespassing call. The Deputy met with a male complainant who advised his nephew was asleep in a vacant trailer located on the complainant’s property. The complainant had a criminal trespass warning on his nephew. The 22 year old male from Willis was arrested at 8:39am and transported to jail.

On January 23, Deputy R. Layman was patrolling the area of FM 1485 and Hwy 242. The Deputy observed a male staggering in the parking lot in the 14500 block of FM 1485. The male was found to be intoxicated. The 31 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 9:49pm and transported to jail.

On January 23, Deputy Guion, along with other Deputies, was sent to a disturbance in progress in the 16300 block of First Street. The male involved in the disturbance had fled the scene prior to Deputies’ arrival. The female involved was found to be highly intoxicated. The 34 year old female from Splendora was arrested at 11:00pm and transported to jail.

On January 24, Deputy C. Curry was sent to the scene of a motor vehicle accident in the area of Hwy 59 and FM 1485. The Deputy made contact with a male passenger who was intoxicated. The passenger refused to tell the Deputy who the driver was in the vehicle. The driver had left the scene. The 34 year old male from Cleveland was arrested at 3:40am and transported to jail.

On January 24, Deputy R. Ashmore observed an intoxicated male inside a restaurant in the 23600 block of Hwy 59. The male had vomited inside the restaurant. The 21 year old male from San Marcos was arrested at 4:56am and transported to jail.

On January 25, Deputy G. Harman was sent to a disturbance call in the 20500 block of Thomas Circle. The Deputy met with a female involved in the disturbance and found her to be intoxicated. The 28 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 8:56pm and taken to jail.

Warrants served:

A 27 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 8:05pm, January 20, in the 17900 block of Crystalwood Court by Deputy D. LeBeau for four traffic warrants out of Montgomery County JP 4. The Deputy was following up on a previous call in which the male was a suspect. The male was taken to jail.

A 46 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 5:29pm, January 21, in the 21200 block of Cherry Street by Deputy J. Chapa for a capias pro fine warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The female was transported to jail.

An 18 year old female with no known address was arrested at 11:45pm, January 21, in the 12000 block of Fostoria Road by Deputy J. Guion for failure to identify as a fugitive and a probation violation warrant out of San Jacinto County. The female was identified during a traffic stop. The female was transported to jail.
A 24 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 5:00pm, January 22, in the 18300 block of Emerald Court by Deputy R. Layman for a possession of a controlled substance in a correctional facility warrant out of Montgomery County. The male was on the fugitive warrant list. The male was taken to jail.

A 22 year old female from Conroe was arrested at 1:30pm, January 23, in the 16900 block of Springfield Drive by Deputy R. Layman for two theft warrants out of Montgomery County. The female was on the fugitive warrant list. She was transported to jail.

An 18 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 4:00pm, January 23, in the area of Brian Blvd and East River by Deputy J. Chapa for three traffic warrants out of Montgomery County JP 4. The male was stopped on a traffic violation. The male was transported to jail.

A 34 year old male from Houston was arrested at 7:25pm, January 23, in the area of FM 2090 and FM 1485 by Deputy J. Guion for four traffic warrants out of Montgomery County JP 4. The male was stopped on a traffic violation. He was taken to jail.

A 23 year old male from Houston was arrested at 12:19am, January 24, in the 22800 block of Ford Road by Deputy C. Murray for a possession of a dangerous drug warrant out of Brazoria County. The Deputy was on a welfare concern call. The male was transported to jail.

A 22 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 6:14pm, January 24, in the 19200 block of Sara Deanne by Deputy S. Ortiz for a theft by check warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The male was taken to jail.

A 35 year old female from Porter was arrested at 1:20pm, January 25, in the 20300 block of Canterbury by Corporal D. Miller for a theft by check warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was on a follow up investigation. The female was taken to jail.

District 4 – Lt. Art Galloway (West County)

On 1/20/09 Deputy K. Williams was dispatched to Dobbin Huffsmith Rd for a theft of a motor vehicle report. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who advised his 4-wheeler which had been secured in his barn had been stolen. He also observed an eight foot section of his fence had been busted through. The green 400HP Honda Rancher 4-wheeler is valued at $4,000. It will cost approximately $75 to replace the eight foot section of damaged white vinyl fence. This case referred to Auto Theft Task Force.

On 1/21/09 Cpl. A. Sumrall was dispatched to S. Ravenswood in reference to a criminal mischief call. Cpl. Sumrall met with the complainant who provided information for the report. The complainant stated he parked his company truck in the driveway at his residence about 7:00 pm. When he left for work at 3:00 am the next morning he noticed a thumping noise while driving. The complainant pulled over and saw that both back tires were flat due to having a gash in the sidewalls. The cost to replace the two Michelin tires was estimated at $250. This case referred to CID-Detectives.

On 1/22/09 Deputy B. Crandell was dispatched to Amarillo St. in reference to burglary of a habitation call. When he arrived at the location Deputy Crandell met with the complainant who told him she had left her residence unlocked when she left in the morning. Upon her return to the residence at 5:10 pm she noticed her 32” Toshiba LCD was missing. This case referred to CID-Detectives.

On 1/22/09 Sgt. W. Hammons was dispatched to 26335 Pinion Creek for a burglary of a habitation call. Upon arrival Sgt. Hammons met with the complainant who stated she is in the process of moving her personal items into the residence. She had moved some items in and when she returned two days later she noticed four items had been removed by unknown suspect(s). The items included a refrigerator ($200) a television ($100) and two air conditioner window units (2 @ $200 ea. = $400). This case referred to CID-Detectives.

On 1/23/09 Deputy H. Suarez was dispatched to Bent Horn in reference to a burglary call. Upon arrival Deputy Suarez met with the complainant (a building inspector for a Real Estate company) who provided information for the report. The complainant stated someone had broken a rear window which allowed them to gain access into the residence and steal a water heater. This case referred to CID-Detectives.

On 1/26/09 Deputy T. Slusher was dispatched to Seahorse Lane in Magnolia in reference to a burglary of a habitation and theft of firearms call. When Deputy Slusher arrived on location he met with the complainant who stated she found that someone had entered her home without her permission by prying open the front door. The complainant provided information on the stolen items for the report. The stolen items included one gold ring ($400), one gold wedding band w/diamond solitaire ($600), one Sony portable stereo ($200), six gold Timex ladies watches ($300), one .22 cal Remington (1946) rifle ($400), and one 12 gauge. Remington 870 pump shotgun ($200). This case referred to CID-Detectives.

District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)

On 01/16/2009 Deputy H. Lowe was dispatched to the 21000 block of Arnsworth in reference to Assault/Family Violence. Upon arrival Dep. Lowe met with the complainant, a witness and the suspect. All subjects live together. The female complainant advised her boyfriend returned to the residence and began yelling at her. The suspect then threw her to the floor and the argument continued. The female witness was able to block the continuing physical assault with her body. According to the complainant and witness the suspect threatened to kill the female if he was arrested and taken to jail. The suspect was issued a citation for Assault/Family violence and all parties were separated. Case referred to JP1

On 01/17/2009 Dep. C. Favorat responded to the 200 block of Lazy Lane in reference to Criminal Mischief. Upon arrival he met with the complainant who advised his Ford F350 had been parked in the driveway of the residence, and when he attempted to start the engine of the vehicle the vehicle was inoperable. After having his vehicle towed for repair service the complainant was advised there had been a foreign substance poured into his fuel tank causing extensive damage to the vehicle. The complainant advised the substance appeared to be honey. Case referred to Detectives

On 01/17/2009 Dep. C. Favorat was dispatched to the 20900 block of White Oak Lane. Upon arrival he met with the resident at the location who advised she returned home to find her back entry door had the glass broken, wood splintered and the door knob was damaged. The resident advised there was no property missing from the location. The location was processed for evidence and case referred to Detectives.

On 01/18/2009 Dep. B. Lennon was dispatched to the 4200 block of Windswept Drive in reference to Assault/Family Violence. Upon arrival Dep. Lennon met with two adult males on location who advised they had been in a physical altercation. The suspect admitted to initiating the physical contact. The complainant advised he did not wish to press charges, but he was requesting the suspect be transported to a specified location for intervention and assistance. Family members on location assisted with the request.

On 01/16/2009 Dep. C. Favorat and Montgomery PD Officer T. Bushman were dispatched to a motor vehicle crash where the driver of the striking vehicle had fled the scene. While enroute the officers were advised the victim of the crash had located the suspect driver at the Stewart Creek Jr. High parking lot. The officers attempted to stop the suspect vehicle with full activation of emergency equipment. The suspect vehicle made several evasive maneuvers through the subdivision and fled at a high rate of speed. Officers pursued the fleeing vehicle westbound on Hwy 105. The driver of the fleeing vehicle failed to yield to emergency traffic and continued into the City of Montgomery at high speeds. The driver crashed through a shrub boundary and continued through a public access parking lot exiting back to Hwy 105 W. Law enforcement attempted to reduce their speed in an effort to prevent the suspect driver from causing any further injuries to innocent civilians. On FM 1097 near Bentwater the suspect driver crested a hill and struck a civilian vehicle from the rear causing the vehicle to spin out of control and land backward in the tree line. The driver of the struck vehicle suffered minor injuries. The crash caused the suspect vehicle to flip multiple times. The suspect vehicle landed on its roof on the southbound side of the roadway. The suspect driver then fled into a heavily wooded area. Responding law enforcement agencies assisted with the scene. Deputies located the suspect driver hiding in the woods at which time he was detained, treated for injuries and transported to the hospital by EMS.

On 01/18/2009 Dep. A. Neeley responded to a theft call that had occurred in 14400 block of FM 1097. Upon arrival the responding deputy was advised that the complainant stored his utility trailer at this location. The trailer was last observed at the location on 01/14/2009. The complainant advised he returned to the location on 01/18/2009 and the trailer was missing. The utility trailer was entered as Stolen. Case referred to Auto Theft Task Force.

On 01/18/2009 Dep. J. Halbert was dispatched to the intersection of Tejas Blvd. and Hwy 105 W in reference to a motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival the responding deputy was advised by the driver of the striking vehicle that he was travelling eastbound on Hwy 105 W and did not see that the traffic signal had turned red. The driver of the passenger car struck a motorcycle from the rear. Neither party was injured.

On 01/12/2009 Dep. C. Favorat responded to a residence located in the 2400 block of FM 1486 N. Upon arrival he met with a family member who advised her father-in-law had recently passed away and left the residence and property to specific individuals. A witness advised several individuals were observed at the location removing property from the residence and vehicles. When the complainant arrived on location she found three vehicles had been damaged by forced entry in addition to the entry door of the residence being damaged by forced entry. Several thousand dollars worth of property was removed from the residence and vehicles on location. The responding deputy gathered evidence at the location which was submitted to the MCSO Crime Lab, and the case was forwarded to detectives.

On 01/20/2009 Cpl. D. Wilkins responded to call in reference to identity theft. The complainant advised that between 01/06/2009 and 01/14/2009 unknown suspect(s) had obtained her personal information and used the information to make multiple transactions. The transactions were using the complainant’s credit card to wire monetary transfers through Western Union. The complainant had made the necessary contacts to obtain information and provided it to law enforcement for follow-up. Case referred to detectives.

On 01/21/2009 Dep. J. Farmer was dispatched to Laguna Road in reference to a family violence. Upon arrival at the residence Dep. Farmer met with the complainant who advised his former girlfriend had come to the location that morning screaming at him. He stated throughout the course of the day he received over 100 text messages from the female that were threatening in nature. He advise the female returned to the residence later the same day, and when he opened the door the female spit in his face and physically assaulted him. The female left the location prior to the arrival of the deputy. The deputy attempted to make contact with the female suspect at her residence, but he was unable to do so. Case referred to JP’s office.

On 01/17/2009 Dep. J. Howze responded to the 12800 block of Melville in reference to theft. The complainant advised he had docked his bass boat at the location on 01/08/2009, and upon his return on 01/17/2009 suspect(s) had entered his boat, damaged the ignition and removed in excess of $3000.00 in property including boating and fishing equipment. The deputy investigated the scene for evidence, and the case was referred to detectives.

District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)

On January 24, 2009 at approximately 1121 hours, Dep. Whitworth was responding to a Robbery call at 1201 Lake Woodlands. While en route to the scene, Dep. Whitworth observed a vehicle matching the description of a vehicle involved in three robberies earlier in Conroe. Dep. Whitworth stopped the vehicle as it was attempting to leave the area and detained both the driver and passenger. During the course of the investigation a weapon and masks used in the robberies were found in the vehicle. The vehicle also had paper towels taped over the license plate. The incident at The Woodlands Mall involved the two suspects driving up to a mother and daughter and asking for the mother’s purse. The two suspects (WM 18 and WM 16) were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On January 17, 2009 at approximate 1840 hours, Dep. Weatherford 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 (WM 17) enter the store and select a black shirt valued at $62. The suspect then concealed the shirt inside his jacket and passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where he was then stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.

On January 18, 2009 at approximately 1228 hours, Dep. 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 subject (BF 20) carrying a black purse. The subject entered the Health and Beauty department and selected an electric toothbrush and replacement heads. The suspect then went to the men’s department where she concealed the items in her purse. 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 $136.18. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.

On January 20, 2009 at approximately 1930 hours, Dep. 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 observed the subject (WF 16) enter a fitting room carrying a pair of shoes. When the suspect exited the fitting rooms she did not have the shoes. A check of the fitting room found that the shoes were not there. 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 merchandise was recovered from the suspects purse and was valued at $118. The suspect was released at the scene to her parents.

On January 21, 2009 at approximately 1650 hours, Dep. Varnell 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 (WM 17 and WM 16) enter the store and begin selecting several items and enter the fitting rooms. When they exited a short while later, neither suspect had any merchandise with them. A check of the fitting rooms found the merchandise unaccounted for. 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. Both suspects were found to be wearing the missing merchandise. The recovered merchandise was valued at $78 and $160. The suspects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail and Juvenile Detention without further incident.

On January 21, 2009 at approximately 2145 hours, Dep. 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 observed the subject (AF 17) enter the store and select a pair of Coach shoes. The suspect concealed the shoes in her purse and then 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 $88. The suspects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.

On January 23, 2009 at approximately 1719 hours, Dep. Birch was dispatched to a business at 1100 Lake Woodlands in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival Dep. Birch met with the Executive Team Leader(ETL) who stated that she had received notice from her home office regarding shortages from one of their registers. She then obtained security footage and found that suspect (BF 18) had been at the register in question. The ETL stated that the suspect on this date, had selected at gift card and loaded $200 onto it without putting any money in the register. The suspect was then confronted by the ETL, who took her statement and contact the Sheriff’s Office. The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

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