MCSO Weekly Blotter
District 3 – Lt. Darrel Conn (East County)
* On May 25, Deputies C. Evans and L. Ray were dispatched to the 23500 block of Hwy 59 in reference to a criminal trespass. The Deputies were informed by the manager that a male was in the store that had an active trespass warning against him. The Deputies located the male suspect and were escorting him out the store when three males interfered. The male suspect ran from the store with the Deputies pursuing him. The male was located and was able to evade detention again. He was pursued on Ford Road where he was subdued. The 19 year old male from Porter was arrested at 2:13am, charged with evading detention/arrest and criminal trespass. He was taken to jail.
* On May 25, Deputy S. Ortiz was sent to the 17600 block of Hunters Trail in reference to a possible kidnapping. Several other Deputies assisted in attempting to locate a nine year old male that was missing for a few hours. Witnesses in the area advised a gray vehicle had stopped and the child got into the vehicle with a male and female. The child was later located with a female who lived in the area. The female had seen the child in the front yard and took him to her residence. She made no attempt to contact the parents. The 20 year old female from Conroe was arrested at 4:58pm, charged with unlawful restraint and taken to jail.
* On May 25, Deputy C. Curry was notified of a family violence assault in the 22500 block of Cuttler Road. The Deputy made contact with a male and female on location who advised they had gotten into a verbal argument that turned physical. The male had several red marks on his chest where the female had hit him. The 19 year old female from Pasadena was arrested at 11:58pm and transported to jail.
* On May 26, Deputy J. Walker responded to the 9200 block of Faulkner Road in reference to a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised her husband had slapped her because he was mad at her. The male claimed the female was his wife and he could slap his own wife. The 43 year old male from Cleveland was arrested at 1:54am and transported to jail.
* On May 26, Deputy R. Meredith was sent to the 23400 block of Johnson Road for a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised she and her boyfriend got into a verbal argument. At sometime during the argument the male grabbed the female by the neck and struck her on the head. The 33 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 10:17am and transported to jail.
* On May 26, Deputy C. Turrentine was dispatched to an indecent exposure call in progress northbound on Hwy 59 near Community Drive. A female complainant on a cell phone advised a male kept pace with her vehicle exposing himself to her for several miles. The male was stopped in the 14700 block of Old Hwy 59 in Splendora. The 38 year old male from Cleveland was arrested at 6:19pm, charged with indecent exposure and taken to jail.
* On May 26, Deputy J. Chapa was notified about two subjects trying to shop lift and causing a scene in the 23500 block of Hwy 59. The Deputy located the male and female and found both to be intoxicated. They were both detained. The male was found to be in possession of a controlled substance and the female was found to be in possession of a dangerous drug. The 26 year old male and 24 year old female, both from Conroe, were arrested at 8:20pm and transported to jail.
* On May 27, Deputy C. Evans responded to the 23200 block of FM 1314 in reference to a family violence assault call. The Deputy located the male suspect walking down the road and detained him. The Deputy met with a female complainant, mother of the suspect, who stated that her son was very angry over a family problem and grabbed her by the throat and squeezed. The female said she was choking and as she began to pass out the male let her go. The 22 year old male from Porter was arrested at 2:40am and transported to jail.
* On May 27, Deputy A. Cross was dispatched to the 23500 block of Hwy 59 in reference to a shop lifter in custody call. The Deputy met with the loss prevention officer who was detaining a male. The male had taken $20.00 worth of merchandise. The male had two prior convictions for theft. The male was also found to be in possession of a dangerous drug and a controlled substance. The 30 year old male from Humble was arrested at 7:33pm and transported to jail.
* On May 27, Deputy R. Ashmore was sent to the 14500 block of FM 1485 in reference to a burglary which had occurred earlier. The male suspect had been located and was detained. The male had broken into his cousin’s residence and taken money. The 19 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 8:42pm and taken to jail.
* On May 29, Deputy C. Turrentine was notified of a burglary in the 25600 block of Lake Shore. The Deputy met with a Splendora PD officer who was detaining a male that had burglarized a shed and had pawned the items taken. The 24 year old male from Splendora was arrested at 2:49pm and transported to jail.
– A 21 year old male from Porter was arrested at 11:53am, May 26, in the 20400 block of Ravenwing Drive by Deputy J. Amstutz for an obstructing police probation violation warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was on a warrant service. The male was transported to jail.
– A 38 year old female from New Caney was arrested at 5:31pm, May 26, in the area of Loop 494 and Farris Green by Deputy R. Layman for a theft warrant out of Harris County. The female had been stopped on a traffic violation. She was taken to jail.
– A 40 year old male, unknown address was arrested at 12:00pm, May 27, in the 22100 block of Spears Road by Deputy J. Amstutz for an assault warrant out of Montgomery County. The male had been stopped on a traffic violation. He was taken to jail.
– A 42 year old male from New Caney was arrested at 9:36am, May 28, in the area of Gene Campbell and Tree Monkey by Deputy R. Layman for five (5) traffic warrants out of Montgomery County JP 4. The male had been stopped on a traffic violation. He was transported to jail.
– A 24 year old male from Porter was arrested at 8:28pm, May 28, in the 3200 block of Santana Lane by Deputy A. Cross for a possession of a controlled substance warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was on a warrant service. The male was transported to jail.
District 4 – Lt. David Park (West County)
* On May 30, Deputy Kerr responded to a Burglary of a Building on Decker Prairie Rosehill in Pinehurst. The Deputy met with the complainant who advised him that the back office window along with an inside window were both shattered . A computer and monitor were stolen. The office building has a surveillance system installed and it shows a white male leaving the outside of the building at approximately 1215 hours on 05/30/09 with what appeared to be a computer and a monitor. Referred to CID Detectives.
* On May 30, Deputy Crandell responded to a Fraudulent Use of Identifying Information called in from the 30000 Block of High Meadow Drive in Magnolia. The Deputy met with the complainant who advised him that when the complainant tried to collect his social security benefits, he was advised by the Social Security Administration that his social security number is being used by someone in Hudson, Ohio. Because this individual was receiving paychecks from a company there, the complainant could not apply for social security benefits. The complainant advised the Deputy that he has never worked for a company in Hudson, Ohio and had not given anyone permission to use his social security number. No suspects at this time – referred to CID Detectives.
* On May 25, Deputy Gonzalez responded to a Theft in the 9500 Block of Clubhouse Circle in the Lake Windcrest Subdivision, a new construction site. The Deputy met with the complainant who advised him he had been working at this site as a carpenter. When the complainant returned he found all his tools gone along with the chain and lock. Value of missing tools approximately $1750. No suspects at this time – referred to CID Detectives.
* On May 25, Deputy Krolczyk responded to a Burglary of a Building in the 29000 Block of Brownsville in the Decker Hills Subdivision. The Deputy met with the complainant who advised her that on that morning when she got up she noticed her shed door open and found someone had stolen her chainsaw. The complainant did not notice any other items missing. She did advise the Deputy that two days prior someone had tried to steal her convertor off her vehicle. The Deputy observed the open door and pry marks on the inside of the door and wood missing. No suspects at this time – referred to CID Detectives.
* On May 25, Deputy Slusher and Deputy Krolczyk responded to assault-family violence on Highland Blvd in Magnolia. The Deputies met with the complainant who told deputies that her husband had threatened her with a bottle. The suspect gave deputies a false name but Deputy Slusher found that there was a warrant for the suspect in Harris County. While restrained by handcuffs and a seatbelt the suspect began kicking the inside of the patrol car’s door. The suspect tried to free himself by kicking and pushing against both Deputy Krolcyzk and Deputy Slusher. The suspect was arrested and charged with Resisting Arrest/Transport, Fail to Identify (Fugitive), and Assault (Family Violence).
District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)
* On May 24 Cpl. J. Bruce and Dep. A. Neeley were dispatched to a residence on Sweet Bay in reference to a disturbance. When they arrived they met with a female who told them that she had been told that there was a threat on her life. She found that the threat was not creditable. A routing check of the female deputies found that she had an Open/Active warrant for assault. The female was taken into custody for the warrant and transported to the MCSO Jail.
* On May 26, Dep. D. Garner was dispatched to a motor vehicle crash near Tejas Blvd and SH 105 West. While speaking with the driver of one of the vehicles involved in the crash the deputy observed obvious signs of intoxication. The female driver advised she missed the curve in the roadway and struck the other vehicle. The deputy administered standard field sobriety tests on scene which the driver failed to complete appropriately. She was taken into custody for DWI and transported to the MCSO Jail.
* On May 29, Dep. D. Garner and Dep. P. Rex were dispatched to the 1600 block of Sapp Road. Upon arrival they located a flatbed trailer with ATV’s on board abandoned in the middle of the roadway. A short distance from the trailer was a pickup truck also abandoned in the roadway with the keys still in the vehicle. The deputies found the registered owner of both vehicles and the ATV’s. The owners both advised their property had been stolen. The stolen vehicles were recovered and processed for evidence. The deputies advised the stolen pickup truck appeared to have been used to tow the trailer loaded with the stolen ATV’s. All the vehicles were left abandoned in the roadway when the trailer had a flat tire. Montgomery County Auto Theft Task Force was advised of this incident.