MCSO Crime Report

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Weekly Blotter

District 1 – Lt. Jim Fleming (North County)

On July 13, Deputies W. Adams and K. Albritton were sent to the 11400 block of Stidham in reference to a stolen ATV and its recovery. The Deputies met with a female complainant who said she had received a phone call from a relative who was inquiring if the complainant’s ATV had been stolen. The complainant advised it was stolen and the relative relayed she knew where it was and who had stolen it. The relative arrived on scene along with four males who were involved in the theft. The males, two age 17 and one age 19, all from Conroe, and one 18 year old from Willis, were arrested at 11:30am, charged with theft of a motor vehicle and transported to jail.

On July 15, Deputy A. Terrell was dispatched to the 16100 block of Plaster Circle in reference to a family violence assault. The Deputy met with a male complainant who advised that his step-son had been drinking and threatening to assault him. The suspect male became belligerent toward the Deputies on scene and was detained. The 28 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 3:51pm and transported to jail.

On July 16, Corporal P. Smith on viewed a vehicle being driven recklessly through the intersection of FM 3083 and FM 1484. The Deputy was able to stop the vehicle and found the driver to be extremely upset. The male driver had gotten into an argument at work and quit his job. The male, who was operating the vehicle with a suspended drivers license, began screaming and was detained. It was found the male had been booked for the same charge prior to this. EMS was contacted and the male was assaultive toward them and refused any treatment. The 42 year old male from Willis was arrested at 10:25pm and transported to jail.

On July 16, Deputy J. Lawless was notified of a family violence assault call in the 1900 block of Marshall Drive. The Deputy on arrival observed a female suspect outside the residence. The female was intoxicated. The Deputy met with a male complainant who stated he had been assaulted by his mother, the female suspect. The male had managed to get her outside and she was attempting to break back in when Deputies arrived. The 38 year old female from Conroe was arrested at 11:56pm and transported to jail.

On July 18, Deputy J. Wilkerson responded to a disturbance call in the 13500 block of Cedar Hill. Another Deputy advised the possible male suspects involved were located in the 12200 block of FM 1097 at a store. During the search of the suspects marijuana was located on one of the males. A total of 0.34 ounces of marijuana was recovered. The 17 year old male from Willis was arrested at 9:30pm and transported to jail.

On July 18, Deputies W. Adams and K. Albritton were dispatched to the 13200 block of Captain Circle in reference to a warrant service. The Deputies located a male that was wanted on a TDCJ parole violation warrant. The 21 year old male from Willis was arrested at 10:20am and transported to jail.

On July 19, Deputies K. Albritton and D. Rodriguez were sent to the area of FM 1097 and Point Aquarius Blvd for a disturbance call. The Deputies were advised that a male suspect was leaving the scene. The male was stopped and consented to a search. During the search the Deputies located marijuana, three controlled substances and one dangerous drug in the possession of the male suspect. The 27 year old male from Cypress was arrested at 9:00am and taken to jail.

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

Possession of Marijuana/Controlled Substance/Public Intoxication Arrest(s):
7/10 – Dep. Swank arrested WM 28 and WM 28 for Possession of Marijuana in the 24900 Block of IH 45. Dep. Swank had received information that one of the suspects was selling drugs out of his vehicle at that location. Upon arrival he noticed the suspect vehicle to be in the parking lot. After a period of time the suspects came out and got in the vehicle. Upon confronting the suspects, one male threw a baggie containing marijuana on the ground. Both suspects were transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

7/14 – Dep. Beasley responded to a Robbery in progress call. Upon arrival he met with the complainants, who stated that they had been taken upstairs, tied up and robbed. While investigating the scene a medicine bottle and baggie containing cocaine were found. One complainant admitted the medicine bottle was his, but not the baggie. At that time both complainants refused to cooperate with the investigation and the one WM 48 was taken into custody for Possession of Controlled Substance and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

7/10 – Dep. Christensen was dispatched to a Welfare Check of a vehicle in the ditch on Glen Loch. Upon arrival Dep. Christensen met with the reportee who stated he found the suspect WM 18 in the vehicle in the ditch. He helped him out of the vehicle and made sure he was ok and didn’t attempt to drive off. Dep. Christensen met with the suspect and noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from his person. The suspect was unable to stand on his own. At that time he was taken into custody for Public Intoxication. During the course of the investigation, Dep. Christensen found the suspect to have 48 Xanax pills on his person. He was also charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.

Driving While Intoxicated Arrest(s):
7/3 – Dep. Uber arrested WF 25 on Panther Creek after a traffic stop for speeding. The suspect was unable to perform the Standardized Field Sobriety tests properly due to her level of intoxication. The suspect was uncooperative and refused to get in the patrol car. Once in the vehicle she began screaming at the officer while being transported to the Montgomery County Jail. Two open containers were found in the vehicle when inventoried for towing.

7/7 – Dep. Barber arrested WF42 after observing her weaving on Woodlands Parkway. The suspect was unable to perform the Standardized Field Sobriety tests properly due to her level of intoxication. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

7/11 – Dep. Flores arrested WM 29 on Research Forest Drive. The suspect had been observed by an off-duty deputy traveling the wrong direction. The suspect was unable to perform the Standardized Field Sobriety tests properly due to his level of intoxication. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
Other Arrest(s):

7/16 – Dep. Everton arrested WM 33 for Criminal Mischief. The suspect had damaged an electrical box opening it and turning on the electricity to the home. The power company had placed a boot on the box earlier and had returned finding the box damaged and in use. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the jail without incident.

7/12 – Dep. Knight and Dep. Cogdill arrested WM 17 for resisting arrest. The suspect was found standing in a neighbors pool. When the officers confronted him, he got out of the pool and jumped into Lake Woodlands. During this time, the suspects father showed up on scene and was told to wait off the property until the scene was secure. He refused to comply with officer commands and attempted to take his son from the custody of the deputies. The father, WM 60, was taken into custody for Interference with Public Duties. Both were transported to Montgomery County jail without further incident.

7/13 – Dep. Flynn arrested BF 48 at 32938 FM 2978 for Theft. The suspect conducted a fraudulent refund ($90.28) and then placed the cash in her wallet. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

District 3 – Lt. Darrel Conn (East County)

On 7/14/09, Deputy Chapa conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on Trinity Way at Dogwood Dr. for an expired registration. After stopping the vehicle the deputy found that the inspection sticker appeared to be altered. A 24 year old female, she was taken into custody and charged with Fictitious Inspection Sticker.

On 7/15/09, Deputy Layman was dispatched to the 21000 block of Baptist Encampment Rd. in reference to an Assault call. Upon his arrival he met with the Complainant who advised that her neighbor and two others had assaulted her. She told deputies that dogs were turned loose to attacked her and she received numerous bite wounds. Animal control responded to the scene and took custody of five dogs that were involved in the attack. A 45 and 46 year old male as well as a 39 year old female were arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault a second degree Felony.

On 7/16/09 Deputy Cross was dispatched to Red Bird Ln. in reference to a disturbance. Deputy Cross met with a male and female on location that were brother and sister. Both stated that they were assaulted by the other. The 18 year old sister and the 30 year old brother were both arrested and charged with Assault (Family Violence) a Class A Misdemeanor.

On 7/19/09 Deputy Ortiz was dispatched to the 24000 block of Vale Ln. in reference to a Family Violence in progress. As he approached the scene he passed the suspect as she pulled into a nearby parking lot. He approached the 19 year old female he observed signs of intoxication. The female was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. After being arrested numerous illegal drugs were found in her purse. The female was charged with drug charges as well.

On 7/21/09 Deputy Amstutz observed a green passenger car traveling at a high rate of speed southbound on Hwy. 59. The vehicle began driving recklessly, swerving in and out of traffic and reaching speeds up to 110mph. The driver, a 20 year old male, was arrested and charged with Reckless Driving.

District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)

Shoplifting Arrest(s):
7/5-18 Deputies arrested the following suspects at 3040 College Park Drive:
* WM 38, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $50.93.
* WM 44, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $62.78. Charges were enhanced to a State Jail Felony due to numerous previous convictions.
* WM 34, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $108.72.
* WF 45, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $70.69.
* WF 51, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $130.00. Charges were also filed for Criminal Trespass, as the suspect had previously been told not to come on the property.

7/6-19 Deputies arrested the following suspects at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive:
* WF 19, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $372.98.
* WM 18, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $175.50.
* WM 18, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $59.48.
* WF 16, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $97.48.
* WF 24, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $360.00.
* WM 22, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $275.00
* WF 17, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $157.99
* WF 17, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $120.00
* WF, Class C Citation, recovered merchandise was valued at $48.99.
* WF 18, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $112.98. Suspect was also charged with Possession of Controlled Substance (Lorazipan).
* WF 16, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $189.98
* WF 14, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $100.00
7/17 – Deputies arrested the following suspects at 9595 Six Pines Drive:
* WF 45, Class B Misdemeanor, recovered merchandise was valued at $488.00.

Other Arrest(s):
7/5 – Dep. Weatherford responded to 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a dog being locked inside a vehicle that appeared to be in distress. The temperature was 98 with a heat index of 106. A wrecker driver opened the vehicle, allowing Dep. Weatherford to retrieve the animal and give it fresh air and water. The owner/suspect returned from an hour of shopping, stated she didn’t know she couldn’t leave her dog in the car. The suspect was informed that she did not provide reasonable care which put the animal in danger due to the extreme heat conditions and she was being charged with Cruelty to Animals (Class A Misdemeanor). She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident. The vehicle and dog were released to a family member on scene.

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