District 3 – Lt. Joe Senn (East County)
On August 3, Deputy Bartoskewitz was dispatched to a crash at the New Caney Post Office where a 46 year old female struck the back of another vehicle turning into the parking lot. When Deputies arrived to the crash, the female advised she could not stop for the turning vehicle. The Deputies detected that the female smelled of alcoholic beverages. After an investigation, the female was arrested for driving while intoxicated (with previous convictions) and transported to jail.
On August 3, Deputy Beauchamp was dispatched to the 17400 block of Oak Grove Lane, for an assault call. Upon arrival, it was found a female and a 23 year old male had an argument over moving some home appliances. During the argument, the 23 year old male struck and hit the female. At that point, a second female stepped in to separate the two and she was also struck and hit by the male. 911 was then called and the male fled the scene. The male later met with Deputies and was arrested for assault.
On August 4, Deputy Bartoskewitz was dispatched to a welfare check in the 18900 block of Vick Cemetery. Dispatch advised a caller had received a message from his mother that her 57 year old boyfriend was assaulting her and she was scared for her safety. Upon arrival, Deputies were able to detain the 57 year old male without incident. It was discovered the female on location had visible bruising to her face, an injured ankle, and the male threatened her with a pistol. The male had also fired a shot inside the home as a warning. The male was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a firearm by a felon, and interference with an emergency call.
On August 4, Deputy Lawless was dispatched to the area of the 11100 block of Fostoria Road, for an assault call. Upon arrival, it was found a 31 year old male had met a female at a local gas station and the two had an argument. During the argument, the 31 year old male grabbed the female by the head and began squeezing causing her pain. The female was able to break free from the male and fled to safety where she called 911. The male was arrested for assault and transported to jail.
On August 4, Deputy Lawless was dispatched to the 21100 block of Lavaca, for an intoxicated female. Upon arrival, it was found a 39 year old female had come to the residence of her estranged husband to find him in the company of another woman. The male called to have her removed from the property and Deputy Lawless gave her a ride back to her residence where she went inside. Shortly thereafter, a second call from the same location was received that the intoxicated female was back. Deputy Lawless returned and discovered the female was now hiding outside in some tall grass. The female was arrested for public intoxication.
On August 5, Deputy LeBeau was dispatched to the Kroger on Northpark Drive, for a shoplifter call. Upon arrival, it was found a 24 year old male was pushing a cart full of diapers and baby wipes out of the store, as a Manager was walking in to begin his shift. The Manager asked the male for his receipt and the male could not produce one. The male was taken to the office and the Sheriff’s Office was called for assistance. After an investigation, the male was arrested for theft and transported to jail.
On August 7, Deputy Beauchamp was dispatched to the 23400 block of Partners Way, for a disturbance call. Upon arrival, it was found a 34 year old female had thrown numerous bottles and drinking glasses at a male on location hitting him several times. The female had also bitten the male. The female was arrested for assault and transported to jail.
On August 9, Senior Sergeant. Kendrick was dispatched to the 19100 block of Big Oak, for an assault call. Upon arrival, he discovered a 22 year old male and female had an argument. During the argument, the male held the female down on the floor and assaulted her. An elderly male on location, who witnessed the assault, stepped in to stop the assault and was also assaulted by the 22 year old male. The 22 year old male was arrested for felony assault, injury to the elderly and taken to jail.
On August 9, Deputy Painter was dispatched to the 20000 block of FM 1485, for an assault call. Upon arrival he met a female who had been cut on her hand, her lips had dried blood on them and her tooth had been chipped off. The female explained her 25 year old boyfriend had gotten mad and pulled a knife on her while inside their residence. He then reportedly assaulted and choked her. The female was able to push the knife away, but was cut in the process. The female explained she was able to leave the home after he fell asleep. She reported she ran outside where a neighbor saw her injuries. That neighbor then called 911 on her behalf. The 25 year old boyfriend was located and arrested for aggravated assault (with a deadly weapon), assault (strangulation), and taken to jail.
On August 9, Deputy Calhoun was dispatched to the 18000 block of Honeysuckle Lane, for a report of people inside of a home when no one was supposed to be on location. Deputy Calhoun met the homeowner and walked through the home. They discovered a 17 year old male and a 17 year old female in a back room with a heavy smoke that smelled of burnt marijuana. In plain view, on a dresser, was a clear plastic baggie of marijuana. The two were detained. The female was found to have a second baggie of marijuana as well. The two were arrested for possession of marijuana and transported to jail.
On August 8, Deputy Beauchamp was dispatched to the Porter Walmart for three shoplifters in custody. Upon arrival it was found a 23 year old male, a 20 year old male, and a 20 year old female had walked through the store, through several different departments, and selected numerous items from the shelves. After obtaining the items, the trio would place the items into plastic bags they brought with them. After collecting all their items, the trio attempted to walk out the doors past all points of sale without paying for the merchandise. Loss Prevention stopped all three and detained them. The trio was arrested for organized retail theft and transported to jail.
District Three had seven other warrant arrest during the reporting period.