Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Blotter
District 1 – Lt. Darrel Conn (North County)
On 12/17/08 Deputy Glisson was dispatched to the 17,000 block of Denise Street, in Conroe, in reference to a disturbance. Deputy Glisson learned that that an Assault by Threat had occurred. An intoxicated sixty year old male was arrested at the scene and charged with Assault – Family Violence by Threat. This has been referred to Justice Court.
On 12/19/08 Deputy Degner responded to an “Attempt to Locate” for a possible DWI Driver on State Highway 105, near Dobbin. The DWI driver was located and reports indicated the 24 year old DWI suspect had been driving erratically for several miles, stopping in the roadway, doing donuts in the roadway and on his brakes in front of other vehicles. The 24 year old male was arrested, charged with DWI – Class B Misdemeanor.
On 12/20/08 at approximately 11:55 P/M, Deputy Degner responded to a report of a suspected DWI driver at Walden Road, near Palm Harbor, where he was stopped for speeding. This individual was arrested and transported to Central Jail. This individual’s record indicated he had one prior conviction in 2004 and was currently out on bond awaiting a second DWI charge scheduled to soon go to court.
On 12/23/08 Deputy Terrell responded to an Interference with a 911 Emergency Call, in the 12,000 block of Metts Road, in Conroe. The investigation revealed that a disturbance had occurred between a 50 year old female and a 60 year old male. The male reportedly pulled the telephone wires out of the wall, damaged the telephone equipment. The 60 year old male was arrested and charged with a Class A Misdemeanor.
On 12/25/08 Deputy Lawless responded to the 200 block of Applewood, in Willis, in reference to a Trespasser. A 32 year old male was arrested and charged with Criminal Trespass.
On 12/28/08 Deputy Glisson arrested a 46 year old male at the 11,000 block of Wood Acres, in Willis. The investigation revealed that the male had used a pistol to make threats against family members. A Protective Order was issued.
On 12/29/08 Deputy Terrell, responded to the 12,000 block of Waukegan Road, in Conroe, in reference to a reported Family Disturbance. A 25 year old male was arrested after leaning that he had assaulted family members and threatened them.
District 2 – Lt. Andrew Eason (South County/Woodlands)
On 12/24/08 at approximately 2110 hours, Dep. Ortiz and Sgt. Jenkins were dispatched to a welfare check and traffic hazzard at the intersection of Woodlands Parkway and Cochran’s Crossing. Upon arrival, they made contact with the suspect (WM 44) and the witness. The witness stated that he had observed the suspect vehicle driving erratically on Woodlands Parkway. He observed the vehicle swerving and barely missing other vehicle until it stopped at a red light at Cochran’s Crossing. When the light turned green the vehicle did not move. The witness stated the driver seemed to be asleep behind the wheel. The Officers made contact with the driver who was observed to be passed out, with his foot on the brake and the vehicle running and still in drive. Upon making contact with the driver he was observed to have a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath and was having trouble standing. The subject refused to follow directions to perform the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, but agreed to a breath test at the jail. The subject was taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On 12/24/08 at approximately 0045 hours, Dep. Johnson was dispatched to the 27200 block of FM2978 in reference to a Robbery report. While en route to the scene a DPS Trooper advised he had a suspect meeting the description of the suspect and was requesting assistance. The suspect was detained and transported to the scene. Upon arrival, at the scene, Dep. Johnson met with a worker for the fireworks stand who stated that a white male had come up to the stand and asked about fireworks. The suspect was described as a heavy set white male wearing an orange FUBU jacket with blue jeans and a white T-shirt. He asked the sales clerk if she could break a $100 bill. When she bent down to check the money he place what she thought to be a gun to the side of her head and demanded all the money. She handed over $93 and he left. The victim and witness made a positive identification of the suspect. The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On 12/24/08 at approximately 2350 hours, Dep. Martin observed a vehicle coming out of a drive thru on Rayford Road at a high rate of speed and squealing the tires. Dep. Martin pulled the vehicle over and made contact with the driver. Dep. Martin noticed a 12-pack of beer on the seat. The driver was unable to produce a drivers license due to a previous DWI. Dep. Martin requested the driver exit the vehicle to determine if he was intoxicated. When the driver was walking to the front of the patrol vehicle he threw a small baggie on the ground. The baggie’s contents were field tested for narcotics. Tests came back positive for cocaine. The subject was taken into custody for Possession of a Controlled Substance and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
District 3 – Lt. Jim Fleming (East County)
On December 29, Deputy C. Evans was sent to the area of FM 1485 and Oak Grove in reference to a welfare concern in which a male and female were seen walking in the roadway and jumping in front of vehicles. The Deputy located the pair sitting in a water filled ditch. Both were highly intoxicated. The 26 year old male from Conroe and the 22 year old female from Louisiana were arrested at 12:00am and transported to jail.
On December 30, Deputy J. Walker was dispatched to a suspicious vehicle call in the 17600 block of White Oak Drive. One of the vehicles was occupied by a male and a female. As the Deputy was interviewing the pair the male fled on foot with the Deputy giving chase. Deputies C. Curry and C. Evans arrived and assisted. The male was detained after a short chase. The 27 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 12:59am and charged with three counts of possession of a controlled substance, resisting arrest, failure to identify (intentionally giving false information) and evading detention. The 32 year old female from Willis was arrested also and charged with public intoxication. Both subjects were transported to jail.
On December 31, Deputy J. Chapa attempted to stop a possible intoxicated driver in the area of FM 1314 and Sorters Road. The Deputy located the vehicle eastbound on FM 1314 and after observing the vehicle activated the emergency equipment on the patrol vehicle. The driver of the vehicle disregarded the patrol vehicle, made a u-turn and was traveling westbound on FM 1314. The vehicle was finally stopped in the area of FM 1314 and Fatheree. The male driver was found to be intoxicated. The 21 year old male from Houston was arrested at 8:00pm, charged with DWI and evading with a vehicle and taken to jail.
On January 2, Deputy R. Ashmore was notified of a welfare check in the area of FM 1314 and Loop 494 concerning a male passed out in a vehicle. The Deputy located the male who was found to be intoxicated. The 37 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 12:40am and transported to jail.
On January 2, Deputy J. Armstrong was sent to the 20800 block of South Navasota Drive in reference to a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised she had been assaulted by her boyfriend. The two had gotten into a verbal argument when the male slapped her on the side of the face. Her sister attempted to intervene when the male assaulted her as well. The male then struck his girlfriend with a closed fist on the head and threw her on the ground. The 19 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 12:30pm and transported to jail.
On January 2, Deputy S. Ortiz stopped a vehicle in the 24600 block of FM 1314 on a traffic violation. The male driver was asked to step out of the vehicle and the Deputy noticed he was limping and asked if the driver was okay. The driver replied he was. The Deputy asked the male if he was concealing anything on his person and the male replied that he had a pistol and it had slipped down his pants leg. The male was detained and advised there were other weapons in the vehicle. The Deputy located a sawed off shotgun and a .22 caliber rifle. The Deputy also located methamphetamine, crack pipes and a scale. The 23 year old male from Montgomery was arrested at 4:08pm, charged with possession of a prohibited weapon, unlawful carrying of a weapon by a felon and possession of a controlled substance. He was transported to jail
On January 3, Deputy C. Curry was dispatched to a motor vehicle accident in the 18400 block of Hwy 59. The Deputy located a pickup in the median. The Deputy located the male driver who was found to be intoxicated. The 46 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 3:30am for DWI and taken to jail.
On January 3, Deputy C. Evans was sent to the area of FM 1485 and Vick Road where it was reported by a witness that a male had driven his vehicle into a ditch and was in the process of pulling it out. After removing the vehicle the witness followed the vehicle and it was later stopped by Deputy A. White in the 21400 block of Cherry Street. The male driver was found to be intoxicated. The 38 year old male from Houston was arrested at 10:11pm, charged with DWI-2nd, and transported to jail.
On January 4, Deputy C. Curry responded to a disturbance call in the 18800 block of Azure Lane. The Deputy arrived and met with Deputy C. Evans who was detaining a male. The male had been yelling and beating on windows and doors at a residence and the female who lived there advised he was not welcome at the location. The male was found to be highly intoxicated. The 22 year old male from Humble was arrested at 4:35am and transported to jail.
On January 4, Deputy G. Harman was notified of a family violence assault call in the 23900 block of Cicada Circle West. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised her brother-in-law had assaulted her by grabbing her by the neck and holding her off the ground. The male had run out the back door and the Deputy looked for the male and located him hiding under a truck. The 41 year old male from Spring was arrested at 7:45pm and transported to jail.
A 25 year old male from Porter was arrested at 3:43pm, December 30, in the 23000 block of Birch Street by Deputy C. Turrentine for four (4) Montgomery County JP 4 warrants. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance call. The male was taken to jail.
A 53 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 6:28pm, December 30, in the 200 block of Mystic Hill by Deputy R. Layman for fourteen (14) Montgomery County JP 4 warrants. The male had been stopped on a traffic violation. He was taken to jail.
A 27 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 9:35pm, December 30, in the area of SH 242 and Lone Star Ranch by Deputy G. Harman for six (6) Montgomery County JP 4 warrants. The male had been stopped on a traffic violation. He was taken to jail.
A 25 year old male from Porter was arrested at 6:50pm, December 31, in the 24100 block of Ford Road by Deputy J. Chapa for three (3) Montgomery County JP 4 warrants. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance call. The male was transported to jail.
A 29 year old male from Frisco, TX, was arrested at 9:05am, January 3, in the 1800 block of North Park by Deputy J. Amstutz for a theft by check warrant out of Gregg County. The male had been stopped on a traffic violation. He was taken to jail.
A 27 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 6:49pm, January 3, in the area of Forest Drive and Blackberry Lane by Deputy J. Chapa for a driving with license invalid warrant out of Nueces County. The male had been stopped on a traffic violation. During the investigation the male was also charged with possession of marijuana. The male was transported to jail.
District 4 – Lt. Art Galloway (West County)
On 12/24/08 Deputy T. Slusher was dispatched to FM 1774 in Magnolia in reference to a theft past. Upon his arrival Deputy Slusher met with the complainant who stated someone had stolen a clock off the wall in the bar where she is employed. The clock is valued at approximately $120. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 12/26/08 Deputy A. Gonzalez was dispatched to North Hall Drive, Montgomery, TX in reference to a burglary of a building call. Deputy Gonzalez met with the complainant at his residence and gathered information for the report. A tool box ($200), miscellaneous aircraft mechanic tools ($5,000); a 19” color TV ($200) and a DVD/VHS Combo ($200) had been stolen from his individual storage unit at a local mini storage location. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 12/27/08 Deputy B. Crandell was dispatched to Brushy Pines in reference to a criminal mischief past call. When he arrived at the residence he met with the complainant who stated the last time he noticed the residence secure was on 19/19/08. When he returned to the residence on 12/27/08 he noticed the front door had been bent in towards the interior of the residence which allowed the suspects access to the home. Faucets had been turned on in the residence causing flooding. The water damage to the residence (including the front door) estimated to be $1,500. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 12/27/08 Deputy B. Crandell was flagged down on Brushy Pines in reference to a criminal mischief that had occurred. Deputy Crandell met with the complainant who stated she noticed the driver’s side window to the vehicle had been broken. According to the complainant nothing was missing from the vehicle. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 12/27/08 Deputy K. Williams was dispatched to Shady Oaks Blvd. for a criminal mischief report. Upon his arrive he met with the complainant who stated she was traveling west bound in the 24700 block of Shady Oaks Blvd. when her driver’s back window was shot with a B.B. gun. The complainant estimated the damage at $400 to replace the window in her 2005 Lincoln Aviator. This case referred to CID-Detectives
On 12/29/08 Deputy T. Slusher was dispatched to N. Sugar Maple Circle in reference to the theft of a necklace. When he arrived on scene he met with the complainant who stated she had left her necklace on the sink in the master bathroom of her residence. When she returned from the next day the necklace was missing. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 12/29/08 Deputy K. Williams was dispatched to Country Oaks Blvd for a burglary of a building report. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who stated he left his property secure in his metal storage building on 11/01/08. When he returned to the building on 12/23/08 he found an unknown person(s) had entered the building and removed property. The missing items include an aluminum truck tool box ($250) and a Pet Porter plastic and metal dog carrier ($60). This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 12/30/08 Deputy J. Herman was dispatched to Kelsey Circle in reference to a stolen motorcycle. Upon his arrival he met with the complainant who stated the motorcycle was parked in the driveway. The complainant discovered motorcycle missing at about 11:30 a.m. He also observed a skid mark where the motorcycle had been dragged through his neighbor’s yard. This case was referred to CID-Auto Theft Task Force.
On 12/31/08 Deputy T. Slusher was dispatched to Aberdeen Dr. in reference to criminal mischief to a motor vehicle. When Deputy Slusher arrived at the residence he met with the complainant who stated sometime during the night time hours someone had broken the passenger side window of her 2002 Toyota Tundra truck ($300 to replace). The case was referred to CID-Detectives.
ON 1/1/09 Deputy E. Diaz was dispatched to Hidden Cove Dr. in reference to a past burglary. When he arrived on scene he met with the complainant who stated that he had gone out of town on 12/22/08 and when he returned on 1/1/09 he noticed the window screen on the front door was off. Upon entering his home he noticed several items missing from the residence. 1 Apple laptop ($1,200), 1 Pentax Optio digital camera ($300), cash from dresser drawer ($300), 1 Fossile carry bag ($75), and 1 laptop carry bag ($50). The case was referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/1/09 Deputy E. Hollan and Deputy H. Suarez responded to a dispatched call to Logger Lane in reference to assault by contact (family violence). Upon their arrival they met with 2 complainants, 1 witness, and 1 male suspect. The suspect was arrested and transported to the county jail in Conroe.
ON 1/1/09 Deputy N. Zavorski was dispatched to a residence reference to an assault family violence. The complainant (adult male) stated the juvenile male (his son) had become very aggressive both verbally and physically. The juvenile was arrested and transported to Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Facility. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/1/09 Sgt. W. Hammons was dispatched to a residence for an Assault family violence call. Upon his arrival at the scene he observed numerous bottles and trinkets broken inside the home including two phones that were disabled. Deputy Hammons spoke with the complainant (mother) and the suspect (daughter). There is a history of family violence and alcohol was a factor in this incident. The female suspect was arrested and transported to the county jail in Conroe.
On 1/2/09 Deputy K. Krolczyk was dispatched to Old Hempstead Rd. in reference to a theft. Upon her arrival at the location Deputy Krolczyk met with the complainant (a cell technician for Cricket Communication) to obtain information for the report. At sometime between 8:30 am and 9:30 am unknown suspects had cut the alarm (which activated it and caused the tech to be paged to the cell tower) and stolen buss bar and wire from the cell tower. Approximate value $500. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/3/08 Deputy Messina was dispatched to a burglary at Long Pine. Upon Deputy Messina’s arrival he met with the complainant who advised that her house was burglarized while she was at work. A 30” RCA plasma flat screen ($700) and an I-POD MP 3 Player ($200) had been taken from her home. This case referred to CID-Detectives.
On 1/4/09 Deputy K. Krolczyk was dispatched to the 23600 block of Roberts Cemetery Rd., Hockley, TX in reference to a welfare check. Officer J. Taylor of Stagecoach Police Department had arrived on scene prior to Deputy Krolczyk. The welfare check involved a male who was walking in the middle of the roadway. With assistance from Officer Taylor, Deputy Krolczyk was able to handcuff the subject. Once detained the subject refused to give any information and began using vulgar language. The subject was transported to male booking at the county jail in Conroe where he refused to identify himself. The jail was later able to provide a positive identification for the subject.
District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)
On 12-23-08 Deputy Lennon and Cpl. Bybee responded to the 3200 block of Woodwind Dr. in reference to a family violence call. The male was arrested for M-A assault.
On 12-22-08 Deputy Lennon responded to the 3300 block of Woodwick Dr. in reference to a fraud call. The complainant reported that suspects had used his credit card to make several unauthorized purchases.
On 12-23-08 Deputy Favorat responded to the district 5 office for a call in regards to a fraud case. The complainant reported that someone had gotten his checking account information and had generated checks using that information. In total about $2,500 worth of fraudulent checks were passed using the complainant’s information.
On 12-23-08 Sgt. Welch and Deputy Wiesepape responded to a disturbance call where a son was fighting with his parents in the 100 block of Wick Willow. The male was arrested for resisting arrest and assault.
On 12-22-08 Deputy Neeley responded to the 16600 block of E. Ivanhoe in reference to a burglary where several CD’s and some money were stolen from a vehicle. The car was unlocked.
On 12-22-08 Deputy Favorat responded to the 2200 block of Mccaleb Rd. in reference to a burglary of a habitation. A dell computer part and a cell phone were stolen from the residence.
On 12-27-08 Deputy Farmer performed a traffic stop in the 5000 block of Jackson Rd. During the investigation Deputy Farmer found several pills including Soma, Xanax and Hydrocodone. Marijuana was also located. The driver of the vehicle was arrested and transported to jail.
On 01/01/09 Cpl. Wilkins and Deputy Garner were dispatched to a Criminal Mischief/Family Violence call at a business in the 10300 block of Commerce Row. The complainant reported that she had left her vehicle at the business on 12/31/2008 and returned to her residence for the night. Upon her return to pickup her vehicle all four tires had been slashed, all doors and exterior body parts of the vehicle had been damaged by keys and there was graffiti carved into the driver side door. Case referred to CID.
On 01/02/09 Deputy Garner was dispatched to the 18000 block of Harbor Side in reference to two Burglaries of Motor Vehicles. The complainants advised they had left their vehicles unsecured in their driveway the night before. They discovered both vehicles to have been entered without consent. A laptop, backpack and I-Pod touch were stolen. Case referred to CID.
On 12/29/2008 Deputy Favorat was dispatched to the 100 block of Lindsey Drive in the Montgomery Trace subdivision. The complainant advised she was taking care of a dog for the homeowners. The complainant was outside the residence when she heard a gunshot. She then observed the dog limping and whimpering back toward her. Case was referred to CID.
On 12/29/2008 Deputy Jackson was dispatched to the 12000 block of White Oak Place for a Credit Card Abuse report. The complainant advised he had a credit card stolen and used by unknown suspect(s).
On 01/01/2009 Deputy Bishop was dispatched to April Point Dr. North where another agency had responded to a disturbance call. While checking the residence two clear plastics bags were found. Both bags contained marijuana. The owner of the residence advised the marijuana was his and was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On 01/04/2009 deputies responded to multiple calls in the 13000 block of South Shore Drive. All calls were in reference to burglaries of motor vehicles. The vehicles in all reports had been left unsecured. Suspect(s) made entry into multiple vehicles in the area and removed laptops, computers equipment and numerous electrical items and tools without the owners’ consent.
District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)
On 12/24/08 Dep. Houstoun 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 29) pushing a cart with a total of 107 items of unpaid for and unbagged merchandise. The suspect passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the 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 $973.67. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On 12/24/08 at approximately 0330 hours, Dep. Koth observed a vehicle traveling north on Grogan’s Mill Rd. The vehicle accelerated quickly away from a red light and changed lanes in front of another vehicle without using turn signals. Dep. Koth paced the vehicle at 55 mph in a 45 mph zone. At that time Dep. Koth initiated a traffic stop by activating his emergency equipment, a few more blocks later the vehicle came to a stop. Upon making contact with the driver (WM 21), Dep. Koth observed him to have a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath and also noticed that his eyes were glassy, his speech was slow and deliberate, and he had a hard time keeping his balance. Dep. Koth administered the Standardized Field Sobriety Test to the driver. After the completion of the test, Dep. Koth took the driver into custody for Driving While Intoxicated. The passenger (WM 21) of the vehicle was also cited for Public Intoxication. Both were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
On 12/26/08 at approximately 1410 hours, Dep. Rizk was dispatched to a business at 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival he met with the Store Manager who stated that she was alerted to a potential shoplifter. A security tag had been found in a fitting room that the suspect (WF17) had just left. The suspects passed the point of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store, where the security sensors went off. She was then stopped by store personnel and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $78. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
On 12/30/08 at approximately 1626 hours, Dep. Cano was dispatched to a business at 3052 College Park Dr. 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 (WM39) enter the store and begin selecting and concealing several items prior to attempting to leave the store. The suspects 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 recovered merchandise was valued at $269.88. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
On 01/01/2009 at approximately 1620 hours, Dep. Godden was dispatched to a business at 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Dep. Godden met with the store employee who stated that she observed the suspect (WM19) select a pair of Oakley sunglasses from the shelf , then walked around the store before placing the glasses in his girlfriends purse. The suspects passed the point of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store. The suspect was located in the Food Court a short time later. The recovered merchandise was valued at $145. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.