District 1 – Lt. Jim Fleming (North County)
On November 9, Deputy S. Degner was dispatched to the 16200 block of Hwy 105 for a trespassing call. The Deputy met with the store manager of a convenience store and was advised by the manager there was a male in the store that had been there over two hours and was asked to leave numerous times and refused. The Deputy met with the male and asked for identification and he refused at first then complied. The Deputy was going to give the male a trespass warning; however the male refused to leave or sign the warning. The 29 year old male, homeless, was arrested at 8:52pm and transported to jail.
On November 10, Deputy J. Kader observed a male walking eastbound on the shoulder of Hwy 105E near FM 1484. The Deputy along with Deputy J. Halbert stopped the male to check his welfare. The male stated he had no identification and gave a false name and date of birth as it was learned later. The male appeared very nervous. As Deputy Halbert requested to see a picture identification card the male took his wallet out of his pocket and tossed it in the air to the Deputy, then turned and ran east. Deputy Kader caught the suspect male and detained him. The male gave the Deputy his real name and date of birth and it was found that the male was a wanted fugitive. The 37 year old male from Cleveland was arrested at 3:27am, charged with evading, failure to identify, two Montgomery County warrants for theft by check and motion to revoke probation (bail jumping/failure to appear) and was taken to jail.
On November 12, Deputy R. Salazar was sent to the 12300 block of Andwood for a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised she and her husband got into an argument. The female attempted to use the phone to call her daughter when the male took the phone away from her and hit her on the head with it. The female was struck several times. She had a cut lip, swollen left eye and a large gash on top of her head. The 41 year old male from Willis was arrested at 12:40am and transported to jail.
On November 13, Deputy J. Hodges was notified of a welfare concern in the area of Hwy 105 and FM 1484. On the Deputy’s arrival a passenger car was observed in the roadway with the motor running, the brake lights applied and the left signal light blinking. A female was observed behind the steering wheel asleep. The Deputy was able to wake the female and found her to be intoxicated. The female was detained. A search later of the female’s belongings revealed two pills, identified as a controlled substance, in an aspirin bottle. The female was arrested at 9:41pm for DWI and possession of a controlled substance and transported to jail.
On November 14, Deputy J. Kader was dispatched to the 700 block of Sadie Lane in reference to an assault call. The Deputy met with a male complainant who had two large lacerations on his forehead and a swollen left eye. The complainant said he was at home when two males he knew as the sons of his ex-girlfriend came onto his property. One of the males struck the complainant on the face with a shovel knocking him to the ground where he was punched and kicked by both males. The males, 19 and 21 years of age, from Conroe, were arrested at 11:55pm and transported to jail.
A 34 year old female from Cleveland was arrested at 1:30pm, November 15, in the 19000 block of Stillwood by Deputy W. Adams for a possession of a controlled substance bond forfeiture warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received prior information on the location of the female. The female was transported to jail.
On November 15, Deputy K. Albritton was sent to the 17000 block of Linda Lane on a disturbance in progress. The Deputy met with a male complainant who stated he was in a lift basket cutting tree limbs when his female neighbor came outside and yelled for him not to cut her trees. She then sat down in a lawn chair and fired a revolver into the ground and told the man she was going to shoot him. The 74 year old female from Conroe was arrested at 3:20pm, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and transported to jail.
On November 15, Deputy S. Degner was dispatched to the 13700 block of Running Bear for a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who was the roommate of the male suspect for eight months. The female brought a male friend home that is a person the male suspect did not like or get along with. The male suspect pushed the female against a wall and started pushing a bed frame against her. The female received a large laceration and bruising on her right knee. The 29 year old male from Willis was arrested at 8:13pm and taken to jail.
District 2 – Lt. Andrew Eason (South County/Woodlands)
11/13/2009 – White Male 17 – Deputies responded to a Disturbance on Night Rain Court. Upon arrival Deputies found there to be a loud party with several minors consuming alcohol. Numerous bottles of alcohol were found on the patio and kitchen. All the minors were under the age of 19, they were given citations for Minor in Consumption of Alcohol and released to their parents or guardians. The suspect was in control of the house and was aware that everyone was consuming alcohol. He was taken into custody for Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor. Also found on location was a small amount of marijuana. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
The following Driving While Intoxicated arrest(s) were made:
11/1 – White Male 47 – was arrested for DWI after a traffic stop on IH45 just south of Woodlands Parkway. The suspect had attempted to throw the drink out the passenger window and then conceal the cup in the vehicle. The suspect emitted a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage that became stronger as he spoke. He had bloodshot, glassy eyes and had a hard time maintaining his balance. During the Field Sobriety Tests, the driver was too intoxicated to follow the instructions and perform the tests correctly. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
11/10 – White Male 43 – was arrested for DWI after a traffic stop on Woodlands Parkway. The suspect had been seen swerving and almost hitting another vehicle. The suspect vehicle was also the subject of a BOLO from Harris County stating the vehicle was swerving all over the roadway and had possibly hit a concrete barrier. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
11/12 – White Male 24 – was arrested for DWI after he abruptly pulled out of a driveway on Rayford Road and almost colliding with the deputy’s vehicle. When asked for identification the suspect stated he didn’t have a driver’s license or insurance. The suspect emitted a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage that became stronger as he spoke. He had bloodshot, glassy eyes and had a hard time maintaining his balance. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
11/13 – White Male 29 – was arrested for Reckless Driving and DWI. The suspect was observed by deputies crashing into a curb and then speeding away from the scene. Dep. Swank attempted a traffic stop and the suspect entered the main lanes of IH45 weaving in and out of traffic. The suspect continued at a high rate of speed, reaching speeds in excess of 110 mph until he finally stopped at the overpass at Research Forest Drive. The suspect emitted a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage that became stronger as he spoke. He had bloodshot, glassy eyes and had a hard time maintaining his balance. He was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
District 3 – Lt. Darrel Conn (East County)
On 11/13/09 Deputy Smith was dispatched to the 20000 block of Scott Gardner Rd. in reference to an Assault call. During his investigation the Deputy learned that the suspect had assaulted the victim by striking her several times in the face. The suspect, a 21 year old female, was arrested and charged with Assault.
On 11/14/09 Deputy White was dispatched to the Porter Walmart in reference to a report of an intoxicated male trying to purchase a rifle. Upon the Deputies arrival the suspect, a 23 year old male was arrested and charged with Public Intoxication. The suspect was in the store with another female and she was identified. The female gave the officers the wrong name and date of birth. The female was later found to have open warrants. The 33 year old female was arrested and charged with Failure to Identify
On 11/15/09 Deputy Amstutz observed a vehicle commit several traffic violations in the 17000 block of FM 1314. Upon making contact with the driver he observed the window broken and glass from the window on the lap of the driver. The driver also had a small amount of blood on his shorts. This subject was non compliant with the officers commands to stop digging around in the vehicle. The subject was removed from the car and frisk searched where .8 grams of Vicodin were found on his person. The suspect, a 27 year old male was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.
On 11/16/09 Deputy Smith observed a vehicle stopped at green light at FM 1314 at Old Sorters Rd. The Deputy activated his emergency equipment and the driver then woke up and began to drive off. The driver then stopped the vehicle after a short distance down the road. Upon making contact with the driver the Deputy observed numerous signs of intoxication. Field sobriety tasks were administered and the driver, a 32 year old male was arrested and charged with DWI.
On 11/16/09 Deputy Ortiz was dispatched to the 16000 block of Springfield Dr. in reference to an Assault call. During his investigation the Deputy learned that the wife had struck her husband several times in the leg with a baseball bat. The suspect, a 43 year old female, was arrested and charged with Assault (Family Violence).
District 4 – Lt. David Park (West County)
On November 11th at approximately 5:45 pm MCSO Deputy Herman was dispatched to 30000 Block of Old Hockley Road in reference to Credit Card Abuse. Upon arrive Deputy Herman was met by the Complainant who advised that he had attempted to use his credit card to purchase fuel and it was denied. The Complainant contacted his bank and discovered someone had changed the contact information on his credit card. The bank informed the Complainant that several items had been purchased after the information was changed. Items purchased totaled approximately $2000. The Complainant still had his card in his possession. This case has been referred to MCSO Detectives.
On November 11th at approximately 3:30 pm MCSO Deputy Birch was dispatched to the Turtle Creek Subdivision in Magnolia. Deputy Birch was met by the Complainant who advised that around 1:00 pm she had received a call from her husband regarding their bank account. A travel agency had contacted him and advised him that a subject was attempting to purchase airline tickets with using her account. The Complainant stated that she contacted her bank and immediately canceled her account. A total of seven unauthorized charges had been made since November 9th totally $722. This case has been referred to MCSO Detectives.
On November 9th at approximately 3:40 pm MCSO Deputy Williams was dispatched to High Meadow Estates in reference to a Burglary of a Building. Upon arrival Deputy Williams met with the Complainant who advised that a 4-wheeler and generator that were stored and secured in a metal storage container was stolen. This Case has been referred to MCSO Detectives and ATTF.
On November 8th at approximately 5:00 pm MCSO Corporal Sumrall was dispatched to Shady Oaks in reference to a Criminal Trespass. Upon arrival Corporal Sumrall spoke with all parties involved and concluded that the female subject was not wanted on the property and had no right to be there. Corporal Sumrall issued a Criminal Trespass warning to the female and gave her a courtesy ride back to her residence. At approximately 5:30 pm Corporal Sumrall was dispatched back to the same residence and observed the female subject sitting on the Complainant’s lawn chair in his yard. The female subject was arrested for Criminal Trespass and transported to the MCSO jail.
On November 7th at approximately 11:30 am MCSO Deputy Gonzalez responded to the High Meadow Ranch Subdivision in regards to a Theft. Upon arrival Deputy Gonzales was met by the Complainant who advised he had discovered his truck had been broken into the night before and it appeared that his shop had also been burglarized. Both the shop and truck had been unlocked. Taken from the shop were various knifes, skill saws, jig saws, power drills and various hand tools valued at around $1800. This case has been referred to MCSO Detectives.
On November 6th at approximately 3:00 am, MCSO Deputy Carpenter was dispatched to a Family Violence call in Magnolia. Upon arrival Deputy Carpenter identified both subjects involved. At this time Dispatch notified Deputy Carpenter that one of the subjects had a warrant out of the State of Louisiana for Burglary. The subject arrested and transported to the South County Jail.
On November 5th at approximately 7:45 am MCSO Deputy Kerr was dispatched to High Meadow Ranch in reference to Burglary of a Habitation in High Meadow Ranch. The Deputy was met by the Complainant who advised that someone had entered his garage and stole a 12 gauge shot gun and then entered his vehicle and stole a HP Lap-Top Computer. The Complainant stated that both the Garage Door and the vehicle doors were unlocked. This case has been referred to MCSO Detectives.
On November 5th at approximately 10:00 am MCSO Deputy Birch while on patrol was dispatched to the 22000 Block of Roberts Cemetery Road in reference to a Theft. Upon arrival the Deputy met with the Complainant who advised when she arrived home at around 7:00 pm she noticed the family’s Kubota RTV missing.
District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)
November 12, 2009 at 8:15 PM Deputy Jackson responded to the 7800 block of Forest Hills Drive. The male Complainant reported that while working he was approached by a male Suspect and threatened with firearm. The Suspect had fled the scene before officer’s arrival.
November 12, 2009 at 7:30 PM Cpl. Bruce responded to the 100 block of La Costa Drive for a reported Burglary of a Habitation. Complainant reported that someone entered his garage and stole several items. The items had a reported value of over $960. The case is currently under investigation by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division.
November 16, 2009 at 5:20 PM Deputy Lennon responded to Glen Forest Dr. for the report of an Assault. The female Complainant reported that the female Suspect assaulted her without provocation. The Suspect was not on location upon officer’s arrival. The Complainant chose not to file charges.
November 16, 2009 at 1:00 AM Deputy Dishman responded to the 14600 block of Diamondhead South for a reported Burglary of a Vehicle. Complainant reported that a witness had reported observing several Suspects enter her vehicle as it was parked in the driveway. The Suspects were observed driving away from the scene in their own vehicle. Investigation revealed that there had been no property taken from the vehicle. The case is currently under investigation.
District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)
The following Shoplifting arrest(s) were made at 3040 College Park Drive:
11/04 – Hispanic Male 26 – The suspect was seen entering the store carrying a box and proceeding to the electronics department. There he set the box down and selected a new DVD player in a box and walked off. The suspect attempted to obtain a refund for the DVD player. When the store would not do the refund, he left the store without paying for the DVD player. He was stopped as he exited the store and detained. The recovered merchandise was valued at $148.00. The suspect was charged with Theft and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
11/10 – White Female 17 – The suspect picked up some pictures she had developed in the photo center and then proceeded to the men’s department. There she concealed the photos in her purse. She passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the photos and exited the store where she was stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $56.32. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
The following Shoplifting arrest(s) were made at 1201 Lake Woodlands:
11/09 – White Male 17 – The suspect selected 26 Lacoste shirts and concealed them in a bag he pulled out of his pants. He then passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where he was approached by Loss Prevention officers. After a brief chase he was escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $2067.00. The suspect was taken into custody for Theft and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
11/11 – Hispanic Male 23 – The suspect entered the store and selected a shirt and pair of pants. He put the items on over the clothes he was wearing. He then passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the merchandise and exited the store where he was approached by Loss Prevention officers. He was escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $74.00. The suspect was taken into custody for Theft and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
11/11 – White Male 20 – Loss Prevention suspected an employee to be involved in the theft of several items from the stockroom area of the store. During the course of their investigation, the suspect was seen taking fragrance bottles from boxes and placing them in his pants pockets. The suspect was interviewed by Loss Prevention and it was found that this was an ongoing course of action. The recovered merchandise was valued at $123.00. It was also found that $980.00 worth of merchandise was previously taken. The suspect was taken into custody for Theft and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On November 10, 2009, Dep. Weatherford responded to a forgery at 3042 College Park Drive. The suspect (White Male 23) had given the attendant two $5 bills, that she recognized as fake. Dep. Weatherford made contact with the suspect and during the course of the investigation, recovered three more counterfeit $5 bills. The suspect was taken into custody for Forgery (Counterfeit Bills) and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.