Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Weekly Blotter
District 1 – Lt. Jim Fleming (North County)
A 34 year old female from Willis was arrested at 4:10am, November 16, in the 500 block of Medical Center Blvd by Deputy J. Kader for an interference with public duties warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was originally sent to the 14200 block of E Ravine Run in reference to a welfare concern. The arrested female had several lacerations on her left hand and was taken to the emergency room and after release was taken into custody and then taken to jail.
On November 16, Deputy S. Degner was sent to the 13400 block of Stowe Road in reference to a family violence assault. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated she got into an argument with her ex-boyfriend because he got mad when she brought the son home late. The male hit her on the left side of her face causing swelling and bruising. The 46 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 6:07pm and transported to jail.
A 27 year old male from Willis was arrested at 1:20am, November 18, in the 12800 block of Andwood by Deputy J. Lawless for six traffic warrants out of Conroe PD and Willis PD. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The male was transported to jail.
A 26 year old female from Willis was arrested at 8:17pm, November 18, in the 12200 block of Hilltop by Deputy S. Degner for a theft by check warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The female was taken to jail.
On November 20, Deputy R. Salazar was dispatched to the 11700 block of FM 1485 for a welfare concern involving a male passed out in a vehicle. The Deputy located the vehicle and found the male occupant asleep and after waking him up and having him checked by EMS he was observed to be intoxicated and detained. The 27 year old male from Kingwood was arrested at 2:10am and transported to jail.
On November 20, Deputies C. Holcomb and W. Adams along with Cpl. D. Wilkens were notified of a robbery that had just occurred at a drive-in store in the 12700 block of FM 830. The Deputies were advised that witnesses had seen the suspect male leave and drive down Cude Cemetery Road to a business. The male was located in the 11700 block of Cude Cemetery Road and brought back to the robbery scene where he was identified. The male had also been found to be in possession of two controlled substances and marijuana. The Deputies were advised the male had gotten into an argument with the manager and attempted to leave with merchandise without paying for it. A struggle ensued with the suspect male escaping. A witness inside the store at the time had stated she had seen what appeared to be a pistol in the male’s rear pocket. No weapon was found on the male when he was detained. Management at the store decided not to file the robbery charge. The 23 year old male from Houston was arrested at 12:30pm, charged with the possession of controlled substances and the marijuana and transported to jail.
On November 20, Deputy J. Hodges was sent to the 200 block of I45 South in reference to an assist call. The Deputy met with Deputy M. Wright who was on a warrant service. The Deputies received consent from the owner of the home to search for the wanted person. While conducting the search the Deputies located two loaded syringes and a baggy of marijuana along with drug paraphernalia. The liquid in the syringes was identified as methamphetamine. A 54 year old male from Conroe, a 36 year old male from George West, and a 27 year old female from Conroe were arrested at 8:29pm and transported to jail.
District 2 – Lt. Andrew Eason (South County/Woodlands)
The following Driving While Intoxicated arrest(s) were made:
11/15 – White Male 40 yrs old – was arrested for DWI after a traffic stop on Riley Fuzzel. When asked for identification the suspect stated he didn’t have a driver’s license due to a previous conviction for DWI. 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. After conducting the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, Dep. Martin felt the suspect was intoxicated and was thus taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
11/20 – White Female 25 yrs old – was arrested for DWI after backing into another vehicle and leaving the location. The witnesses called 911 and followed the suspect until deputies arrived. The suspect emitted a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage that became stronger as she spoke. She had bloodshot, glassy eyes and had a hard time maintaining her balance almost falling multiple times. When asked for identification the suspect stated she didn’t have a driver’s license due to a previous conviction for DWI. The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On 11/16 Dep. Hernandez responded to a Disturbance in Progress at 25650 IH-45. Once on scene he observed there to be blood spatter and smears on the sidewalk, gate and front door to a residence. Upon making entry to the residence and speaking with all parties, two suspects were given citations for Disorderly Conduct (Fighting). Another suspect, White Male 46 yrs. old, was taking into custody for Public Intoxication and Disorderly Conduct (Fighting).
District 3 – Lt. Darrel Conn (East County)
On 11/11/09 Deputy Smith was dispatched to the 19000 block of Amy Ln. in reference to a shots fired call. During his investigation the Deputy learned that a shot came into his residence through a window and missed a person in the home by two inches. The Deputy was able to figure out where the shot had come from and went to that residence. Upon his arrival he met the resident and she admitted shooting the gun. The suspect, a 24 year old female, was arrested and charged with Deadly Conduct, a third degree Felony.
On 11/16/09 Deputy Smith was dispatched to the Porter Wal-Mart in reference to a trespassing call. Upon speaking with loss prevention it was learned that the suspect had been caught stealing $5.00 worth of chicken from the store. The suspect had been previously issued a criminal trespass warning not to return to the store. The suspect, an 18 year old male, was arrested and charged with Criminal Trespass.
On 11/18/09 Cpl. Miller was in the area of Loop 494 at Royal Crossing. Cpl. Miller had been advised of a suspicious person call in that area. Cpl. Miller located that subject and he could not provide any identification. After numerous attempts to identify that subject he was found to have provided a wrong name and date of birth. The suspect was wanted out of Colorado for Contempt of Court. The suspect was also found to be in possession of Marijuana. The suspect, a 21 year old male, was arrested and charged with Failure to Identify, Possession of Marijuana and the warrant out of Colorado for Contempt of Court.
On 11/19/09 Deputy White was dispatched to Knoll Dr. in reference to a family violence in progress. Upon his arrival he learned that the suspect had assaulted numerous family members. The suspect had strangled one family member as well as threatened to strike another family member with a guitar. The suspect also assaulted an additional family member. The suspect, a 42 year old male, was arrested and charged with Assault by Strangulation, a third degree Felony, Assault causes bodily injury and Terroristic Threat.
On 11/20/09 Deputy Ray was dispatched to the 21000 block of Hwy 59 in reference to a Welfare Check. Upon Deputy Ray’s arrival he found the car facing southbound in the northbound lanes of Hwy. 59. The suspect was sitting in the driver’s seat with the car running and in gear. He had the suspect exit the vehicle where numerous signs of intoxication were observed. The suspect was given field sobriety tasks and in fact was determined to be intoxicated. The suspect, a 28 year old male, was arrested and charged with DWI.
On 11/20/09 Deputy Armstrong was dispatched to the 18000 block of Red Pine Ct. in reference to a Trespasser call. Deputy Armstrong met with the resident and learned that their son had moved out of the residence over a month prior and had removed all property from the residence. On this occasion he returned to the residence and broke a window to gain entry into the home. Once inside the suspect went to sleep in a bed. The suspect, a 22 year old male, was arrested and charged with Criminal Trespass of a Habitation.
District 4 – Lt. David Park (West County)
On November 17th, at approximately 7:30 pm, MCSO Sergeant Webb was dispatched to the 14000 Block of Decker Drive in reference to Burglary of a Habitation/Theft of a Firearm. Upon arrival Sergeant Webb was met by the Complainant who advised that on November 7th he had gone to shoot his Ruger and when he returned home he returned his gun to the place he keeps it for safety. On November 16th, at approximately 10:00 pm he went to put another gun away and discovered the Ruger was missing. The Complainant searched the house and could not locate it. The Ruger Serial Number was entered into TCIC/NCIC and the case referred to CID.
On November 16th, at approximately 11:00 am, MCSO Corporal Bybee was dispatched to the 800 Block of Magnolia Blvd in reference to a Theft of Vehicle. Upon arrival the Corporal made contact with the Complainant. She advised that on this day at approximately 7:45 am she had parked her vehicle by the curb on the street side of her office. The Complainant stated her vehicle was locked and she had the keys with her. At approximately 11:15 am the Complainant stepped outside of her office and noticed her vehicle had been taken. This case has been referred to ATTF.
On November 16th, at approximately 5:30 pm MCSO Corporal Sumrall was dispatched to a construction company located in the 21000 block of Karen Switch. Upon arrival the Corporal was met by the Complainant who advised that on this day he left his shop at approximately 8:15 am and when he arrived back at 4:30 pm and he noticed his tool shed had been broken into. The Complainant had observed the door jamb broken. A semi truck had been moved, but had gotten stuck in the process. An ATV that had been parked behind his shop now had a battery charger attached to it that had not been there earlier. Upon further investigation the Complainant noticed his hood on his Ford F250 was up, but observed no damages to his truck. This case is open and being investigated.
On November 15th at approximately 6:00 pm MCSO Deputy LaSalle was dispatched to the Dollar General on Nichols Sawmill in Magnolia in reference to a Burglary of a Vehicle. Deputy LaSalle was met by the Complainant who advised that she had entered the store at approximately 5:38 pm and left the store approximately 11 minutes later. Upon entering her vehicle she discovered that her car stereo and a back pack that was in her vehicle had been stolen. The Complainant stated a witness had told her that a Black Crown Victoria (new model) had been parked behind her car and drove away as the witness approached.
On November 14th at approximately 10:50 am MCSO Deputy Birch was dispatched to the Cripple Creek Farms subdivision in reference to Criminal Mischief. Upon arrival the Deputy was met by the Complainant who advised that she arrived home and found her Ford F150 truck had been vandalized. The Complainant stated she had opened the driver’s side door and found the steering column had been damaged as if someone had tried to steal her vehicle.
On November 13th MCSO Deputy Crandell conducted a traffic stop on a green Chevrolet truck for an expired registration. Deputy Crandell ran the driver’s TX DL through MCSO Dispatch and was advised that the driver had a warrant for bail jumping out of Waller County. After Dispatch confirmed the warrant “Possession of Marihuana”, Deputy Crandell placed him in custody and MCSO Deputy Herman transported him to the MCSO Jail.
District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)
November 18, 2009 at 8:00 AM Deputy Wiesepape responded to Old Aqua Landing for the report of an Assault. It was learned that a female Complainant had been physically assaulted by her husband during an argument in their home. The husband then fled the scene prior to officer arrival. Injuries sustained did not require emergency medical attention. This case has been forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office for consideration of charges.
November 19, 2009 at 9:15 PM Corporal Bruce responded to Stonefield in regards to an Assault. A female Complainant reported that she had been assaulted by her husband during an altercation. Injuries sustained were minor requiring no medical attention. The husband, Suspect, was arrested for Class C Assault and placed into the Montgomery County Jail.
November 20, 2009 at 1:00 AM Deputy Garner conducted a traffic stop in the 18000 block of SH 105 West. During the interview and after several standard field sobriety tests it was determined that the driver, Suspect, was impaired. The Suspect was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated 3rd Felony-3 and placed into the Montgomery County Jail on $5,000 bond.
November 20, 2009 at 1:20 AM Deputy Lowe and Rex conducted a traffic stop in the 100 block of S. Pine Lake Road. During the interview and after several standard field sobriety tests it was determined that the driver, Suspect, was impaired. The Suspect was arrested for Driving while Intoxicated and placed into the Montgomery County Jail on $2,000 bond. The Suspect was also arrested for a Parole Violation Warrant and is being held without bond.
November 20, 2009 at 5:00 PM Deputy Favorat responded to Dawns Edge in regards to an Assault. Investigation revealed that a male Complainant had been assaulted by a male Suspect acquaintance. Injuries were minor requiring no emergency medical attention. The Suspect was arrested for Class A Misdemeanor Assault. The Complainant was also arrested for unrelated outstanding local warrants. Both individuals were placed into the Montgomery County Jail on an undetermined bond amount.
District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)
On November 22, 2009 while on routine patrol, Dep. Viands was checking random license plates, when he received a stolen hit on a grey Chevrolet Malibu. The vehicle was parked in the parking lot at 3040 College Park Drive. The driver, White Male 24 yrs old, of the vehicle was found to be at the MCSO Jail at the time due to being arrested for Shoplifting on November 4, 2009.
On November 23, 2009 Dep. Cano observed a vehicle driving recklessly and was unable to maintain a single lane of traffic. He initiated a traffic stop at 21707 IH 45. The driver, White Male 22 yrs old, emitted a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage that became stronger as he spoke. He had bloodshot, glassy eyes, slurred his speech and seemed disoriented. The subject was taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
November 23, 2009 Dep. Houstoun was alerted by dispatch of a vehicle in which the passengers were reported to be smoking marijuana. Dep. Houstoun located the suspect vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. During the course of the investigation, Dep. Houstoun, with the help of Pct. 3 Dep. Eyring and the drug dog, located three pills, identified as Cyclobenzatrine, as well as marijuana and other drug paraphernalia. The driver, White Male 22 yrs old, was charged with Possession of a Dangerous Drug and Possession of Marijuana. A passenger, White Male 22 yrs old, was found to have an outstanding warrant and was taken into custody. Both were transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
The following Shoplifting arrest(s) were made at 1201 Lake Woodlands:
11/21 – Black Male 34 and White Female 39 – The female suspect was seen entering the housewares department and selecting several items that she took to the register where the other suspect was working. He then made several fraudulent returns, placing the items in bags or affixing with a tape handle that he returned to the first suspect. She then proceeded to leave the store where Loss Prevention stopped her and returned her to the security office to be processed for theft. During processing she was found to be using the identity of another person when making the transaction. The employee suspect left the store as soon as he saw the female suspect was detained. He was stopped a short distance outside the store and also returned to the security office to be processed for theft. Both suspects were taken into custody for Theft >$500/<$1500. The female suspect was also charged with Fraudulent Use of Identifying Information. 11/22 – White Male 15 yrs old – The suspect entered the store and selected three pairs of jeans. He then entered the dressing room and put 2 pairs of jeans on under 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 $98.00. The suspect was taken into custody for Theft and transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Facility without further incident. The following Shoplifting arrest(s) were made at 3040 College Park Drive: 11/14 – White Female 18 yrs old – The suspect entered the store and selected 11 items and placed them in the pockets of the clothes she was wearing. She then passed several points of sale without attempting to pay for the concealed items. She was stopped outside the store by security and returned to the Loss Prevention office to be processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $60.62. The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.