Montgomery County Sheriff’s Blotter
District 1 – Lt. Darrel Conn (North County)
On 01/03/09 at 01:30 hours, Deputy Salazar was dispatched to Sadie Lane, in Conroe, in reference to a Family Violence Assault. On arrival, the 28 year old female complainant reported that her 28 year old boyfriend had assaulted her. The female complainant decided that she did not want to file charges on the boyfriend. He was found to have an active warrant for Theft by Check. The 28 year old male was transported to jail on the active warrant.
On 01/03/09 at about 7:00 P/M, Deputy Glisson was dispatched to Crystal Springs, in Conroe, in reference to a reported Family Disturbance. A 56 year old male and a 34 year old male had reportedly been arguing. A 57 year old female witness said that the 34 year old had assaulted the 56 year old male. The 56 year old had no sign of injury but wanted to file charges. This case has been referred to Justice Court for Disposition.
On 01/04/09 at 2:16 A/M, Deputy Lawless answered a disturbance call at the 16,000 block of East Williams Road. A 30 year old female reported that her 35 year old common law husband had come home intoxicated, an argument began and he grabbed a 22 caliber rifle and fired several shots about the house. No one was injured. The male was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault. A $10,000 bond was set for this Second Degree Felony.
On 01/07/09 at 10:30 P/M, Deputy Degner attempted to make a traffic stop near the 4,100 block of Crockett Martin Road, in Conroe. The driver failed to stop for the deputy. The fleeing vehicle exceeded speeds of over 80 mph through speed zones marked at 40 mph. The vehicle was eventually stopped and the driver was arrested. He was charged with Evading with a Vehicle.
On the date of 01/09/09 at approximately 9:45 P/M, Deputy Degner was dispatched to locate a possible DWI driver northbound on IH45. Two separate witnesses had called the dispatcher with reports that a northbound vehicle was driving erratically, swerving from lane to lane and forcing other vehicles off the roadway. The suspect vehicle was found and eventually stopped just inside Walker County on IH45. A 34 year old female was found to be intoxicated. She reportedly failed all roadside sobriety tests and admitted to recently drinking numerous alcoholic beverages prior to operating a motor vehicle. This female was arrested and charged with DWI.
On 01/11/09 Deputy Holcomb located a Stolen Vehicle at the 9,000 block of FM 1097, in Willis. The driver attempted to flee and lost control of the vehicle. The driver was taken into custody for UUMV. Further investigation revealed that this vehicle and driver was suspect in at least one additional Theft and one Robbery inside the City of Conroe. This driver was 16 years of age. He was transported to the Juvenile Detention Center where he is being held, pending further investigations by Conroe Police Department.
District 2 – Lt. Andrew Eason (South County/Woodlands)
On 10/05/08 at approximately 0350 hours, Dep. Martin was dispatched to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle call on Chateau Woods Parkway. During the investigation Dep. Martin observed a WM 30, which fit the description of the person seen leaving the vehicle in question. The subject gave Dep. Martin different stories. Dep. Martin also noticed that the subject had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath, blood shot eyes, slurred speech and that he was unsteady on his feet. The subject was taken into custody for Public Intoxication and placed in the patrol car. Dep. Martin then proceeded to attempt to lift latent prints from the vehicle. While doing so, he heard his patrol car door slam and turned to see the subject running away. After chasing the subject approximately 100 yards, Dep. Martin again placed him in the patrol car. The subject again slipped his cuffs to the front, and tried to roll down the window. The subject was restrained with a belly chain and leg strap. The subject was charged with Escape from Custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
On 10/08/08 at approximately 1458 hours, Dep. McCoy was dispatched to a location in the 25000 block of IH-45 N Feeder for a Narcotics report. Upon arrival Dep. McCoy met with a witness that stated they saw a man walk across the roadway and receive a small baggie from another man. The man then returned to the restaurant patio and handed it to a female he was with and left. The witness overheard the subject state that he did not have his knife or pistol with him and for the female to go inside while he was gone. Dep. McCoy met with the WF 18, and asked for identification and explained why he was there. She complied by handing him her license and upon being told it was witnessed her receiving the suspected drugs, handed him a baggy containing a green leafy substance. While talking to the WF subject, the first subject WM 21 walked up and asked what was going on. While Dep. McCoy was speaking with him, he (McCoy) noticed that the subject had a strong smell of an alcoholic beverage coming form his person and that he had blood shot eyes and slurred speech. At that time, Dep. McCoy took both subjects into custody. WM 21 was charged with Public Intoxication and after contacting the DA office, the WF 18 was taken into custody for Possession of Marijuana. Both were transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
District 3 – Lt. Jim Fleming (East County
On January 6, Deputy G. Harman met with Deputy A. White in the 24800 block of Sorters Road. A male was being detained as a possible intoxicated driver. Deputy Harman determined the male was indeed intoxicated. The 50 year old male from Porter was arrested at 7:17pm, charged with DWI, and transported to jail.
On January 6, Deputy J. Bruce was notified of a theft at the Porter Wal-Mart. The Deputy met with the loss prevention officer who was detaining a female for shoplifting. Total amount taken was $63.84. The 36 year old female from Channelview was arrested at 9:41pm and taken to jail.
On January 6, Deputy R. Ashmore was sent to the 25800 block of E. Holly Lane in reference to a burglary in progress. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated a male came to her door looking for his girlfriend (the complainant’s niece), which the complainant was hiding out due to the male’s violent nature. The male pushed his way into the residence and attempted to grab the complainant. She was able to get away and call 9-1-1. The male threatened the complainant’s roommate as well as the complainant. The 25 year old male from Porter was arrested at 11:30pm and taken to jail.
On January 7, Deputy A. Cross was dispatched to the 21300 block of Penny Street in reference to a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised her boyfriend started yelling at her and threw her on the sofa and began punching her on the face. The male left the residence. Deputies located him passed out laying on a box of beer in the ditch. The 42 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 7:29pm and transported to jail.
On January 7, Deputy C. Turrentine responded to a trespassing in progress call in the 15900 block of E. Relza. The Deputy located two males inside a residence. The two advised they had no where to stay so they broke into the house. The homeowner was contacted and wished to press charges. The two males, 18 and 17 years of age, and both from Splendora, were arrested at 7:52pm and transported to jail.
On January 8, Deputy J. Guion was notified of an assault call in the 23600 block of FM 1485. The Deputy met with a female involved in the incident and determined she was intoxicated. The female was uncooperative with the investigation. The 36 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 9:00pm and taken to jail.
On January 8, Deputy C. Murray stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the 19900 block of FM 1485. The Deputy identified the driver and passenger and during the investigation noticed a marijuana smell emitting from the vehicle. The Deputy located a baggy of marijuana on the driver side of the vehicle. It was also determined that the passenger had given a false name. The 18 year old male driver from New Caney was arrested at 12:00am for possession of marijuana and the 18 year old male passenger also from New Caney was arrested for failure to identify (fugitive). The passenger had a warrant out of Harris County. Both subjects were transported to jail.
On January 9, Deputy C. Azwell observed a male stumbling around in a parking lot in the 16600 block of FM 1485. The male was found to be intoxicated. The male was at the location with a female who was inside the store. The female was located and detained. The 41 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 10:06am. The 42 year old female also from Splendora was arrested for a possession of marijuana warrant and a DWI 2nd warrant both out of Montgomery County. The two subjects were taken to jail.
On January 9, Deputy A. White stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the area of FM 1485 and S. Rayburn. There were two males along with a female driver in the vehicle. The vehicle had fictitious tags that were determined to be stolen. The female was detained. During the investigation two pistols were located in or around the seats occupied by the males. Both males were found to be felons. Additionally all subjects were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. The 27 year old female from Nederland was arrested at 6:01pm. The two 26 year old males from New Caney and Splendora were also arrested. All three subjects were transported to jail.
On January 10, Deputy R. Ashmore was sent to the 17800 block of Crystalwood Circle for a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a male complainant who advised that his wife had struck him on the face and threw a brick at him striking him on the back. Witnesses stated the female had also thrown a beer bottle and a chair at her husband. The 27 year old female was arrested at 2:30am and transported to jail.
On January 10, Deputy C. Curry was notified of a welfare concern on a male laying in the ditch in the 20000 block of FM 1314. The Deputy located the male and found him to be highly intoxicated. The 26 year old male from Crosby was arrested at 3:30am and transported to jail.
On January 10, Deputy C. Evans was dispatched to the Porter Wal-Mart in reference to a theft. The Deputy met with the loss prevention officer who was detaining a male for shoplifting DVDs. Total value of the theft was $78.42. The 18 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 11:35pm and transported to jail.
On January 11, Deputy J. Bruce responded to the 18500 block of Huckleberry Lane for a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised she and her brother got into a verbal dispute that turned physical. The male grabbed her by the arm and started kicking her on the legs. The 35 year old male from Porter was arrested at 9:00pm and transported to jail.
A 21 year old female and a 29 year old male from New Caney were arrested at 11:04am, January 5, in the 26700 block of FM 1485 by Deputy C. Azwell for theft warrants out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received information on the location of the female and male. They were taken to jail.
A 38 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 12:05pm, January 5, in the area of FM 1485 and Hwy 59 by Deputy J. Armstrong for a theft warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a welfare concern. The male was taken to jail.
A 28 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 8:10am, January 6, in the 17600 block of Holly Glen by Corporal D. Miller for an interference with emergency call warrant and an assault causes bodily harm family violence warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The male was taken to jail.
A 23 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 11:53am, January 7, in the 23300 block of Stoneshire by Deputy R. Layman for three Montgomery County JP 4 warrants. The Deputy was investigating a criminal mischief call. The female was taken to jail.
A 38 year old female from Humble was arrested at 10:30pm, January 7, in the 23600 block of Hwy 59 by Deputy J. Bruce for a possession of marijuana motion to revoke warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received prior information on the location of the female. She was transported to jail.
A 28 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 7:55pm, January 8, in the 23600 block of FM 1485 by Deputy A. Cross for four traffic warrants out of Harris County Pct. 1. The Deputy was investigating an assault call. The male was transported to jail.
A 21 year old male from Porter was arrested at 8:30pm, January 8, in the 23500 block of FM 1485 by Deputy J. Chapa for a failure to appear warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance call. The male was transported to jail.
A 45 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 9:45pm, January 8, in the 20800 block of S. Navasota by Deputy J. Bruce for a DWI 3rd warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy received prior information on the male’s location. The male was on the fugitive warrant list. The male was taken to jail.
District 4 – Lt. Art Galloway (West County)
On 1/6/09 Deputy E. Hollan responded to a dispatched call on Pennsylvania Ave., Magnolia, in reference to a burglary of a habitation. Upon her arrival she met with the complainant who stated he had left his back door unsecured when he went to attend classes. When he returned home he observed that his XBOX game station had been taken from his entertainment center. The game station is valued at $300.
On 1/6/09 Deputy E. Diaz was dispatched to Aberdeen Dr. in reference to the theft of a vehicle. When Deputy Diaz arrived on the scene he met with the complainant who stated her son’s dirt bike had been stolen. According to her 10 year old son a tall white male had asked if he could start the dirt bike. The boy agreed and let him start the dirt bike. The man then rode in a circle and rode off with the dirt bike without the boy’s permission. The 2000 red Honda dirt bike is valued at $1,000. This case has been referred to CID-Auto Theft Task Force.
On 1/6/09 Deputy H. Suarez was dispatched to Baltic Ave. in reference to a burglary of a habitation call. When Deputy Suarez arrived at the location he met with the complainant who stated entry had been made into his residence through the rear unlocked door. A Compaq Laptop valued at $1,000 had been removed from the residence. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/7/09 Deputy G. Kerr responded to a criminal mischief call on Cherokee Ln. When Deputy Kerr arrived he met with the complainant who stated that someone had carved obscene language into her concrete driveway that is located at the entrance to her residence. The cost to repair the damage to the concrete driveway is estimated at $150. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/8/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez responded to a theft call on Longneck. When he met with the complainant she stated that a bottle of medication (drugs/narcotics) costing $170 had been stolen from her home. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/9/09 Deputy J. Herman was dispatched to Red Fox in reference to a criminal mischief. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant. Deputy Herman also observed that forced entry had been made through a bedroom window on the north side of the residence. There was broken glass both inside and outside the window and a couple of drops of blood inside the bedroom. The cost to replace the window was estimated at $150. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/9/09 Deputy G. Kerr was dispatched to a business on FM 1774 for a theft past report. When Deputy Kerr arrived he met with the clerk (complainant) who provided information for the report. The amount of the theft stated as $200 in cash. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/10/09 Deputy A. Gonzalez responded to Red Fox in regards to a burglary of a habitation. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who stated she and her family had left their home for approximately 5 ½ hours to go shopping. Upon the family’s return the complainant noticed the front door to be open and several lights on inside the residence. As the complainant searched the home she discovered various items to be missing. The items included 1 gold chain necklace ($200), 2 sets of gold earrings ($120) and 1 gold wedding band ($50). The air conditioner unit had also been damaged ($150). This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/11/09 Deputy K. Krolczyk was dispatched to Zahn St. in Magnolia in reference to criminal mischief. When she arrived on scene she met with the complainant and five others who were at the residence. The complainant provided detailed information for the report and stated it will cost approximately $4,000 to repair the various damages to the rental property. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/12/09 Deputy T. Slusher was dispatched to Corporate Woods in Magnolia in reference to a stolen cargo trailer (2004 Cargo U-Haul white/orange 5X8 enclosed) valued at $3,000. When Deputy Slusher arrived on scene he met with the manager (complainant) of the business to obtain information for the report. This case was referred to CID-Auto Theft Task Force.
On 1/12/09 Deputy T. Messina was dispatched to an alarm call at a business in Pinehurst TX. Upon his arrival he found that the front glass entry door ($300) and left front window ($600) had been shattered. Deputy Messina waited for the key holder to arrive. He then obtained information from the key holder (manager of the business) for the report. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)
On 01/08/09 Deputy Howze was dispatched to a motor vehicle crash in the 11000 block of Thoreau (Walden). Upon arrival the deputy observed a vehicle that had crashed into the garage portion of a residence at the location. The elderly driver advised she had attempted to stop at a stop sign and was unable to locate the brake pedal. The driver lost control of the vehicle and crashed into the residence. No injuries to the residents, driver or passenger. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
On 01/07/09 Deputy Howze was dispatched to a motor vehicle crash in the 12000 block of FM 2854. Upon arrival the elderly driver advised she had been attempting to avoid a vehicle that was turning right. The driver was travelling eastbound and moved into the westbound lanes striking a vehicle travelling westbound. The driver of the eastbound vehicle and passenger were transported by EMS to the hospital. Both vehicles were damaged and had to be towed from the scene.
On 01/08/09 Deputy Howze was dispatched to the 15000 block of Hwy 105 West for a Theft of a Motor Vehicle. The owner of the vehicle advised he had left his vehicle parked at the business on 01/07/2008 and upon return the vehicle was gone. The vehicle was entered as stolen and the tracking device was activated. Later in the day the owner of the vehicle again contacted MCSO and advised he had forgotten that he had given the vehicle keys to a friend to drive due to the owner of the vehicle being intoxicated. The vehicle was equipped with LoJac and located in Harris County at the friend’s residence. No charges to be filed.
On 01/07/09 Deputy Howze was dispatched to 25900 block of Taylor Road in reference to a burglary of a habitation. The owner of the residence advised he had not been at the residence for approximately 1 ½ months. On this date he found someone had made forced entry onto the gated property and into the residence and a vehicle on location. There was extensive damage to the interior of the residence and several items of value had been taken including an extensive baseball card collection. Case referred to detectives
On 01/06/09 Deputy Farmer was dispatched to La Salle Oaks for a Theft of a Motor Vehicle report. The complainant stated that a family member had been staying at the residence for a short time. The family member had located the keys to the complainant’s 2006 pickup and taken the truck with consent. The suspect was not on location and not answering calls. Further investigation showed the suspect to have an active felony warrant for Failure to Appear/Indecency with a Child. The complainant and family had been unaware of the suspect’s wanted status. The vehicle was entered as stolen and an Attempt to Locate was put out for the suspect and stolen vehicle. Case referred to ATTF
On 01/09/09 Deputy Wiesepape was dispatched to the April Sound Security office in reference to Assault/Family Violence. Upon arrival he was advised by a 19 year old male victim that he had been struck about the head multiple times while at the residence he shares with family members. Upon arriving at the residence the deputy made contact with the suspect who advised he was attempting to discipline the victim. Due to the prior history of family violence and to prevent the escalation of the violence the suspect was detained. The on-duty ADA was contacted and charges accepted. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the MCSO Jail.
On 01/08/09 Deputy Howze was dispatched to the 3900 block of FM 1486 North in reference to Theft. Upon arrival he met with the complainant who advised numerous tools, equipment and a generator had been stored in his front yard and were missing. The complainant advised the stolen property was valued in excess of $4,000. Case referred to detectives.
On 01/08/09 Deputy Thompson was dispatched to the 17000 block of FM 1097 West in reference to Burglary of a Building. Upon arrival he was advised by the property owner/resident that her barn had been burglarized for the fifth time. Suspect(s) had entered the unsecured barn that is under construction and stolen a saddle and horse tack valued in excess of $7,000. Case referred to detectives.
On 01/09/09 Deputy Lennon was dispatched to the 18000 block of Harbor Side Blvd. in reference to Criminal Mischief. Upon arrival he was advised by the complainant and a witness that an altercation had occurred between the complainant and the suspect. The complainant stated that he went to his vehicle to drive away from the scene to prevent the situation from escalating. The suspect began striking the complainant’s vehicle with his fists and feet. The complainant’s vehicle sustained damage to the trunk area and rear quarter panel. Case referred to detectives.
District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)
On 10/05/08 at approximately 0100 hours, Dep. Weatherford was stopped at the red light at the intersection of Lake Robbins and Woodloch Forest. He noticed what appeared to be two vehicles staging to race. The first vehicle was inching forward and was smoking his tires while stopped at the red light. The second vehicle was also inching forward in an attempt to accelerate from the red light. When the light turned green both vehicles left the intersection as a very high rate of speed. Dep. Weatherford activated his emergency equipment (lights and sirens) and attempted to pull over the racing vehicles. The first car pulled over to the side of the roadway, while the second attempted to make the turn, then pulled over. Dep. Weatherford detained both drivers (WM 27 and WM 32) in handcuffs for officer safety. The subjects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On 10/05/08 at approximately 1650 hours Dep. Birch was dispatched to a business at 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival Dep. Birch met with the Loss Prevention Officer (LPO) who stated that at approximately 1525 hours she began CCTV observation of the jewelry department and notice the subject WF 18, select three necklaces and a pair of earrings and proceed over to the Coats Department where the subject 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 $146.80. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
On 10/6/08 at approximately 1606 hours, Dep. Varnell was dispatched to a business at 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival Dep. Varnell met with the Loss Prevention Officer (LPO) who stated that she observed two WF 16, enter the store with large bags that appeared to have little in them. The LPO watched as they selected several items from multiple departments and then enter a fitting room together. One subject exited the fitting room and retrieved more merchandise from the floor and returned to the fitting room. A short time later they both exited the fitting room . The LPO then checked the fitting room and found numerous defeated security tags from the merchandise. The subjects passed several points of purchase without attempted 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 $1,766.90. The suspects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Facility without further incident.