District 1 – Lt. Jim Fleming (North County)
On November 24, Deputy A. Booher was notified of a family violence assault in the 10900 block of Maywood. During the initial assault a female complainant was attempting to contact the 9-1-1 operator when her husband pushed her down and took the phone thus preventing an emergency phone call to be made by the female. The 48 year old male from Willis was arrested at 8:00pm, charged with the assault and interference with an emergency call and taken to jail.
On November 25, Deputy J. Kader observed a pickup truck parked in front of a closed business in the 15300 block of FM 3083. Numerous pieces of clothing were strewn on the ground around the vehicle. The Deputy noticed a female sitting on the ground rocking back and forth. Upon checking the welfare of the female it was observed that she was disoriented and appeared to be very paranoid saying there were people after her. A search of the female revealed a small amount of marijuana. A consent, to search the vehicle, was obtained and the Deputy located 8 pills identified as a controlled substance. Also located were two syringes loaded with liquid methamphetamine and more marijuana. The 29 year old female from Conroe was arrested at 4:42am, charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana and was transported to jail.
On November 25, Deputy J. Hodges was sent to the 15200 block of McRae Lake in reference to a disturbance. The Deputy met with a male who had found a female laying face down in a ditch somewhere on FM 1484. The male thought the female had been assaulted. After speaking with the female it was discovered the female was intoxicated and fell in the ditch while on her way to purchase more alcohol. EMS came to the scene to treat the female. The female refused treatment and became combative and kicked one of the Deputies on the scene. The 33 year old female from Conroe was arrested at 8:56pm and transported to jail.
On November 26, Deputy C. Holcomb was dispatched to the 700 block of Charter Oaks Drive in reference to a family violence assault. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated she and her female roommate got into a verbal argument. The complainant said her roommate threatened to hit her with a baseball bat. While the Deputy was on location the threats continued from both females toward each other, each threatening the other with bodily harm. The 47 year old female and 60 year old female, both from Conroe were arrested at 1:59pm and taken to jail.
On November 28, Deputy J. Wilkerson responded to the 16100 block of Creighton Road in reference to a family violence assault. The Deputy met with a female complainant and male witness who stated the boyfriend of the female complainant was physically shoving her around the room finally pushing her against the wall holding her by the neck. The female had an injury to her left arm as well. Both complainant and witness advised this was an ongoing type of activity from the suspect male. It was learned the suspect male had an outstanding warrant out of Montgomery County for assault causes bodily injury family violence. The 41 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 12:30am, charged with assault and the warrant and taken to jail.
On November 28, Deputy J. Lawless was notified of an assault in the 19100 block of Meadow Lake Road. The Deputy met with a male who stated he and his girlfriend had been in an argument when a female neighbor came over to check the welfare of the couple. At this time the girlfriend attacked the second female by grabbing her hair and then biting her on the arm. The second female defended herself by striking the girlfriend on the top of the head several times to make her let go. The girlfriend then left the scene but was later located hiding in some bushes nearby. The girlfriend was taken by EMS to be treated and was later released from the hospital. The 52 year old female from Cleveland was then arrested at 1:45am, charged with assault and transported to jail.
On November 28, Deputy W. Adams was dispatched to the 11500 block of FM 2432 in reference to a family violence aggravated assault. The Deputy met with a male complainant who stated that he was asleep when he awoke to his common law wife, who was intoxicated, hitting him on the face with her fist and holding a knife over him telling him she was going to kill him. He pushed her off and she ran outside. The next thing the male heard was glass shattering outside. The female had a baseball bat breaking the windows of both their vehicles. As the male attempted to stop her she turned on him with the bat and the knife and threatened to kill him again. He was able to disarm her but during the struggle she bit him on the arm. The male left the location and called 9-1-1 only to learn later the female had already called accusing him of being the aggressor. The Deputy was able to determine the male’s injuries were consistent with his version of what had happened while the female’s claimed injuries were non-existent. The 27 year old female from Willis was arrested at 8:10am and transported to jail.
District 2 – Lt. Andrew Eason (South County/Woodlands)
November 25 – Deputies responded to a Trespasser In Progress in the Meadowfair area. Upon arrival they made contact with the suspect, White Male 19, in the carport of the residence. The suspect had been issued a Criminal Trespass Warning in October and knew he was not allowed at the residence. The Assistant DA was contacted and charges were accepted for Criminal Trespass. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
November 26 – Dep. Flynn responded to a Disturbance in Progress on Deer Trace. Upon arrival, he detained a suspect matching the suspect description and then met with the two complainants. The complainants stated the suspect, White Male 38 yrs old, had come over and hit both of them with a closed fist. When a witness came over to attempt breaking up the fight, he too was hit, causing his glasses to be broken. One victim was transported by EMS. The suspect, who was found to be intoxicated, was taken into custody charged with two counts of assault. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe without incident.
November 27 – Dep. Everton responded to a Robbery at 4775 W. Panther Creek. The victim came out of a store to see the suspect take his bike and ride off towards Interfaith Way. He chased the suspect, yelling for the suspect to STOP and for someone to call the police. A couple of witnesses observed the victim chasing the suspect and also chased after him in their vehicle. The suspect was caught by witnesses on Holly Creek Drive and detained until Dep. Everton arrived. The suspect was taken into custody for Theft and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
November 29 – Dep. Ward responded to a Suspicious Vehicle in the Area of French Oaks Circle. The vehicle had been seen driving around the area for approximately 45 minutes and stopping and talking with some kids in the neighborhood. Upon arrival, Dep. Ward located the vehicle and the suspects on Cordella. During the course of the investigation, two individuals were found to be in possession of marijuana. They, White Male 17 yrs old and White Male 16 yrs old, were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail and the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Facility respectively.
District 3 – Lt. Darrel Conn (East County)
On 11/24/09 Cpl. Miller was dispatched to the 24000 block of Ford Rd. in reference to an Assault (Family Violence) call. Through the investigation it was learned that the suspect had assaulted a female he resides with. The female stated she was attacked and the suspect had placed his hand over the mouth of the female and she could not breathe. The suspect, a 21 year old male, was arrested and charged with Assault by choking/suffocation, a third degree Felony.
On 11/27/09 Deputy White was dispatched to the 3000 block of Rockdale Dr. in reference to an Assault call. Upon the Deputy’s arrival the 15 year old suspect was detained in the back of the patrol unit. While conducting the investigation a 16 year old female approached the car and opened the door and the assault suspect escaped from the car and ran on foot. After a foot chase the assault suspect was apprehended by a responding officer. That suspect was charged with Assault with Bodily Injury and Escape from Custody. The 16 year old female was arrested and charged with Hindering Apprehension.
On 11/29/09 Deputy Trammel was dispatched to the 25000 block of Peach Creek Dr. in reference to a disturbance in progress. Upon his arrival he met with a 47 year old male and a 25 year old male and both claimed to have been assaulted by each other with a baseball bat. Both subjects appeared to have multiple injuries. Both suspects were arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault, a second degree Felony.
On 11/29/09 Deputy Ortiz was dispatched to the 18000 block of Copper Rd. in reference to an Assault (Family Violence) call. Upon his arrival he learned that the suspect had intentionally struck the victim with his vehicle at a slow speed after putting the vehicle in drive. The suspect, a 21 year old male, was arrested and charged with Assault (Family Violence).
District 4 – Lt. David Park (West County)
On November 24th at approximately 2:00 pm MCSO Sgt Webb received information of a subject in the Magnolia area with an outstanding warrant for Civil Contempt Child Support. Sgt Webb went to the location listed on the warrant and located the subject. The he subject was taken into custody without incident and transported to the MCSO jail in the Woodlands.
On November 24th at approximately 2:15 am MCSO Deputy LaSalle was dispatched to the 20000 Block of County Lake Drive in reference to Fraudulent Use of Identifying Information. Upon arrival the Deputy was met by the Complainant who advised that she had been contacted by her Bank’s Credit Card Services. The Bank had asked her if she was attempting to make a purchase in the amount of $839 at a Wal-Mart in Reading, PA with her VISA card. The Complainant informed the Bank that she was in Magnolia, TX and had her Visa card in her possession. At this time the Bank informed the Complainant that they would immediately close her account. The bank informed her of five charges that had been made on her Visa Card in a two hour period on November 23th. Four were denied by the merchant and one had been accepted in the amount of $354 at the Allentown, PA Wal-Mart.
On November 21st at approximately 1:30 am MCSO Deputy Zavorski was flagged down by the Complainant in reference to a theft past at his residence located on FM 149 in Pinehurst. The Complainant stated that between 8:00 am on November 20th and 1:00 am on November 21st an unknown actor had taken his patio furniture from the front porch of his residence. The Complainant stated that the items taken were an antique style wooden rocking chair and a dark green metal framed glider bench swing worth approximately $400 together.
On November 21st at approximately 2:00 pm Deputy Suarez was dispatched to the Magnolia Police Station in reference to a Theft. The Deputy was met by the Complainant who advised that he had left home for work in Tomball on the morning of November 20th with six chain saws on his trailer. The complainant advised that he completed his job and went home he discovered all his chain saws were missing.
On November 20th at approximately 7:00 pm, Deputy LaSalle was dispatched to 29000 Block of Elgin in reference to a Welfare Check. Upon arrival the Deputy was met by the Reportee who stated she had been driving home and had just turned onto Hardin Store Road from SH249 when she was cut-off by a white pick-up pulling a generator. The Complainant said she was behind the vehicle all the way home and saw it driving erratically the entire time and at times at a high rate of speed. After locating the white truck in the Complainant’s neighborhood, a subject came out of the residence and identified himself at the owner and driver of the vehicle. The subject was unsteady on his feet, had bloodshot eyes and had the distinct odor of an alcoholic beverage. The Deputy placed him under arrest for Driving While Impaired.
On November 20th at approximately 7:40 am MCSO Deputy Gonzalez responded to a Burglary of a Vehicle in the Hazy Hollow East subdivision. Upon arrival the Deputy was met by the Complainant who advised that he had parked his vehicle at approximately 9:00 pm on the side of the house. The Complainant found the next morning the Speaker Box along with his speakers was missing. The vehicle had been locked, but was missing a wing window on the right side.
On November 16th at approximately 10:00 am MCSO Deputy Messina was dispatched to a Fraud Call in the Thousand Oaks Subdivision. Upon arrival the Deputy was met by the Complainant who advised that, beginning around April 1, 2001, unknown suspect(s) have been opening credit accounts using his identity. The Complainant stated that 17 accounts have been opened ranging from Mortgage, Automobile Finances, to Gas Cards. Several of the accounts are still open and current while others have had collections charge-offs, which has ruined his credit. He stated that he had no idea of these accounts or charges until this day. The Complainant supplied the Deputy with most of the records for the fraudulent accounts. This case has been turned over the CID.
On November 16th at approximately 11:30 am Deputy Messina was dispatched to the 9000 Block of FM1488 in reference to a Burglary of a Habitation. A water spigot had been opened causing the dining room and kitchen to flood and various items had been removed from the home. Total loss of property and property damage is estimated to be around $15,000. This case has been referred to CID.
District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)
November 25, 2009 at 2:50 AM Deputy Dishman responded to the 19700 block of SH 105 West for the report of loud music. Upon arrival officers made contact with an adult male who was discovered to have two outstanding local warrants for Theft. The subject was arrested and placed into the Montgomery County Jail on $500 bond per warrant.
November 25, 2009 at 11:30 AM Deputy Howze responded to the 29100 block of FM 149 N. in regards to Criminal Mischief. It was reported that sometime during the night unknown person(s) damaged the front gate entrance to complainant’s property. The damage was estimated to be over $1200. The case remains under investigation by the Criminal Investigation Division.
November 25, 2009 at 8:25 PM Deputy Durbin responded to Juneau Road for the report of an Assault. It was learned that the female Complainant was physically assaulted by her husband during an argument. The complainant did not require medical attention at this time. The husband was arrested for Assault Class C Misdemeanor and placed into the Montgomery County Jail on an undetermined bond.
November 28, 2009 at 2:00 PM Deputy Favorat responded to the 11000 block of Wood Acres Dr. for a reported Violation of Protective Order. It was learned from Complainant and Witness that an individual with a current protective order had been seen at prohibited location in violation of the order. The Suspect was not on location upon officer’s arrival therefore this case was referred to the District Attorney’s Office for charges.
November 30, 2009 at 7:20 PM Deputy Farmer and Favorat responded to the 5100 block of Lazy Lane to attempt a Warrant Service. Contact was made with the wanted adult male individual at which time the subject was arrested for the two warrants, Theft and Possession of a Controlled Substance. The individual was placed into the Montgomery County Jail on an undetermined bond.
District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Town Center)
On November 25, 2009 at approximately 8:00 pm, the General Manager for Ulta suffered injuries while attempting to stop a theft suspect as she was fleeing in a vehicle. The suspect was able to get away with the merchandise valued at $1356.95. Anyone with information regarding this theft is encouraged to contact the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at 281-297-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-392-STOP (7867).
On November 30, 2009, around 9:00 AM, in the parking lot of the Starbucks Coffee Shop located at 1440 Lake Woodlands Drive in South Montgomery County, deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office were called as a result of an assault. When deputies arrived they met with a 31 year old female victim who had been approached by her boyfriend, age 33, who wanted to reconcile their relationship. The victim began walking away and the suspect grabbed her and threw her to the ground, tearing her clothing, hitting her and dragging her across the ground. The victim had cuts and scrapes as a result of the assault and the suspect left in a vehicle at a high rate of speed and has not been arrested. Even though this was in a shopping area, very few witnesses remained to assist law enforcement as a witness. The Sheriff’s Office is in need of witnesses to come forward and should call the detective office at 936-760-5876 or dispatch at 936-760-5800. This was not a random act, but an assaultive act, targeting a known victim. Witnesses please call.
The following Shoplifting arrest(s) were made at 1201 Lake Woodlands:
11/27 – White Female 14 yrs old and White Female 14 yrs old – Both suspects were seen in the fragrance department where they each selected pieces of jewelry that they concealed in their purses. They also selected perfume and clothes that they also concealed. The suspects passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where they were then stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $82.73 and $77.73. The suspects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Facility without further incident.
11/28 – White Female 19 yrs old and White Female 19 yrs old – Both suspects entered the store selecting several items and then entering th fitting rooms. When they left the fitting rooms the items were unaccounted for. The suspects passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where they were then stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The recovered merchandise was valued at $53.98 and $57.88. The suspects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
The following Shoplifting arrest(s) were made at 3052 College Park Drive:
11/14 – White Male 34 yrs old – The suspect entered the store and selected a Hitachi nail gun valued at $284.00. The suspect was seen removing the nail gun from the packaging and placing it in his pants. The suspect passed several points of purchase without attempting to pay for the concealed merchandise and exited the store where he was then stopped by Loss Prevention officers and escorted back into the store and processed for theft. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
The following Shoplifting arrest(s) were made at 9595 Six Pines Drive:
11/24 – Hispanic Female 39 yrs old – The suspect selected several items and entered the dressing room. When she exited the dressing room, a store employee noticed an item in her purse. She then proceeded past the check out counter and exited the store. The store manager stopped the suspect and escorted her back into the store and contacted the Sheriff’s Office. The recovered merchandise was valued at $365.89. The subject was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On 11/27/2009 at approximately 2:30 pm, Dep. Weatherford observed a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive. A check of the vehicle license plate indicated the vehicle was stolen out of Louisiana. Dep. Weatherford initiated a traffic stop and detained the driver, Black Male 20 yrs old, for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.