District 1 – Lt. Jim Fleming (North County)
On August 31, Deputy C. Tavarez was sent to the area of Greenfield Lane and Highcrest Drive in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival the Deputy observed several subjects that had been involved in the disturbance. During the investigation two males and two females were taken into custody. A 28 year old male from Pasadena and a 22 year old female from Conroe were arrested at 12:45am for public intoxication. Another female, 23 years of age, from Conroe, was arrested for a theft failure to appear warrant out of Montgomery County. A second male, 29 years of age, from Pasadena, was arrested for a tampering with/or fabricating physical evidence warrant out of Trinity County. All four subjects were transported to jail.
A 22 year old male from Willis was arrested at 1:13pm, August 31, in the area of FM 1097 and W. Montgomery by Deputy J. Kader for five warrants: civil failure to appear; three surety to surrender burglary of a motor vehicle and a motion to revoke theft by check, all out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received information on the male’s location. The male was transported to jail.
On August 31, Sergeant J. Varnell was dispatched to the 11400 block of Kline Drive in reference to a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a male complainant who advised his male roommate had come home drunk and they had gotten into an argument. The complainant, who was in a wheelchair, was struck on the head by the male suspect’s head and then was hit on the face with a closed fist. Another male roommate came in and saw what was happening and attempted to call 9-1-1 when the male suspect interfered with the call. The 52 year old male suspect, from Conroe, was arrested at 11:32pm, charged with assault and interference with an emergency call and transported to jail.
On September 1, Deputy K. Underwood was notified of a disturbance in the 12700 block of Cook Road involving two intoxicated males. The Deputy met with both males and a girlfriend of one of the males later. The Deputy spoke with one male who advised he had fired two shots from a shotgun at his male friend after an argument had taken place. The second male took the shotgun away from the first male and the argument continued. When the girlfriend of the second male arrived and attempted to take the shotgun from her boyfriend he pointed the shotgun at her and threatened her with it. The two males, both age 22, one from Montgomery and one from Willis, were arrested at 2:53am, charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and transported to jail.
On September 1, Deputy C. Holcomb responded to the 17400 block of I-45 in reference to a welfare check. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated she and her boyfriend had been driving from FM 1960 northbound and had been arguing. The male hit her and pulled her hair out. She told him to stop and let her out. This continued until they were slowed by traffic and she jumped from the vehicle. The male left her and was apprehended in Walker County. The 24 year old male from Elkhart was arrested at 1:15pm and transported to jail.
On September 1, Deputy J. Hodges was sent to the 4600 block of Greenwood Drive in reference to a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant and her father, the reportee. The father had been advised by his daughter that her brother had kicked her on the head. The Deputy noted obvious injury. The 29 year old male from Cleveland was arrested at 7:54pm and transported to jail.
An 18 year old male from Willis was arrested at 6:30am, September 2, in the 13500 block of Rogers Road by Deputy C. Holcomb for an order of arrest warrant out of Montgomery County. The male had been stopped on a traffic violation. The male was taken to jail.
On September 2, Sgt. C. Rogers observed an intoxicated male staggering down the road in the 16400 block of Trenda Court. The Deputy detained the male for public intoxication. The 26 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 11:41pm and transported to jail.
A 21 year old male from Willis was arrested at 8:57pm, September 2, in the 10200 block of Cude Cemetery Road by Deputy K. Albritton for an assault warrant out of Walker County. The Deputy was investigating a disturbance. The male was transported to jail.
On September 4, Deputy D. Pena was notified of a suspicious person call in the 11900 block of Memory Lane. The Deputy located the male suspect in the yard of the reportee. The male was very intoxicated and could not remember his name or where he lived. The 35 year old male from Conroe was arrested and transported to jail.
On September 5, Sgt. C. Rogers observed an intoxicated male in the 9700 block of Shepard Hill Road. The male was seen stumbling and falling down. The 22 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 1:27am and transported to jail.
On September 5, Deputy K. Berger was traveling north in the 3000 block of North Frazier and observed a vehicle speeding southbound. The Deputy turned around and found the vehicle parked in a parking lot. The Deputy located a male and female in the back seat of the vehicle. Both were intoxicated. The male advised the driver had fled prior to the Deputy’s arrival. The 23 year old male from Willis and 24 year old female from Coldspring were arrested at 5:03am, charged with public intoxication and taken to jail.
On September 5, Deputy K. Albritton was dispatched to the 5500 block of Whipporwill Road in reference to violation of a protective order. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated her husband was on location tearing things up. She said he had assaulted her and that she had a protective order against him which was confirmed by the Deputy. The 34 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 8:10pm, charged with violation of a protective order and assault and transported to jail.
District 2 – Lt. Brady Fitzgerald (South County)
On August 29, 2010, Deputy Christensen was dispatched to a 911 Hang-up call on Sagewood. Upon arrival, she met with the complainant who stated that her son had knocked her cell phone from her hand when she tried to call for help during an argument. She then tried to use the house phone, and he ripped it out of the wall. Dep. Christensen made contact with the suspect, White Male 42 yrs old, who stated he was mad his mom who would not take him to buy drugs. Deputy Christensen contacted the District Attorney’s office and charges for Interference with an Emergency Telephone Call were accepted. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On August 30, 2010, Deputy Wakefield, while on Patrol in the Rayford Road area, observed to men soliciting money on the side of the roadway. Deputy Wakefield made contact with the two suspects, advising them to move to the other side of the roadway, out of traffic. At this time, both appeared as if they were following Deputy Wakefield’s orders, but as he pulled up and exited his vehicle, he observed the two suspects running in the opposite direction. Deputy Wakefield then turned his vehicle around and caught up with the two individuals, who were hiding in a restaurant. Charges were accepted for Evading Arrest or Detention on Foot. The suspects, Black Male 48 yrs old from Houston and Black Male 42 yrs old from Houston, were both transported to the Montgomery County Jail without further incident.
On August 31, 2010, Deputy Roberts and Deputy Maldonado were dispatched to 6119 FM 1488 in reference to a 27 year old White Female from Magnolia, being detained for shoplifting. The suspect attempted to steal approximately $114.74 in merchandise from Home Depot. The District Attorney’s Office was contacted and charges for Theft were accepted against the suspect. Due to her having two prior convictions for Theft, the charges were enhanced from a Class B Misdemeanor to a State Jail Felony. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On September 1, 2010, Deputy Mitchell was dispatched to 32858 FM 2978 in reference to a 63 year old White Female from Magnolia, being detained for shoplifting. The suspect attempted to steal approximately $254.83 in merchandise from Target. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On September 2, 2010, Deputy Roberts and Deputy Maldonado were dispatched to 1025 Sawdust Road in reference to a 19 year old White Female from Spring, being detained for shoplifting. The suspect attempted to steal approximately $73.26 in merchandise from Wal-Mart. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
District 3 – Lt. Darrel Conn (East County)
On 9/1/10 Deputy Rippley was dispatched to the 24000 block of Ford Rd. in reference to a disturbance call. Upon arrival she met with the complainant and learned that the suspect was arguing with his mother and got in her face. The brother then tried to then get the suspect away from their mother at which time the suspect produced a knife and threatened the cut the complainant. The suspect then ran from the scene on foot and was found a short distance away from the scene and taken into custody. The suspect, a 21 year old male was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault Family Violence.
On 9/3/10 Deputy Ashmore was dispatched to the 22000 block of Community Dr. in reference to a disturbance call. Upon his arrival he located an intoxicated male that was causing a disturbance. The male had a bag with him and upon searching the bag the officer discovered a bag of Marijuana. The suspect, a 41 year old male was arrested and charged with Possession of Marijuana.
On 9/3/10 Deputy Ashmore was dispatched to the 20000 block of Hwy. 59 in reference to a Threat call. Upon his arrival he made contact with the suspect and discovered that the suspect had an active warrant for Arson. The suspect, a 21 year old male was taken into custody without incident.
On 9/4/10 Deputy Rippley was dispatched to a Welfare Concern at the 22000 block of Old Hwy 105. Before arrival it was learned that the male on location had made approximately 12 abusive calls to 911 on this date. The suspect, a 78 year old male was then arrested and charged with Abuse of 911 Emergency Service.
On 9/5/10 Deputy Dunn was dispatched to the 20000 block of FM 1485 in reference to a disturbance call. Upon his arrival he made contact with several individuals and they were identified. One subject gave a false name and after a period of time it was determined that the subject was lying about his name because he thought he had active warrants. The suspect, a 18 year old male was arrested for Failure to Identify.
On 9/5/10 Deputy Lebeau was dispatched to the 27000 block of Coachlight Ln. in reference to a disturbance call. Upon his arrival he learned that a male on location was involved in a disturbance and produced a 12 gauge shotgun and shot it into the ground. The male was discovered to be a convicted felon. The suspect, a 49 year old male was arrested and charged with Possession of a Firearm by a Felon.
District 4 – Lt. David Park (West County)
On September 4th Deputy Krolczyk was dispatched to the 31000 Block of Friar Way in reference to a theft of a four wheeler. Upon arrival Deputy Krolczyk met with the Complainant who advised that her four wheeler was gone. The complainant estimated the value to be approximately $2000. This case has been referred to Auto Theft Task Force.
On September 3rd Sgt. Russell was dispatched to the 24000 block of Clark Road in reference to a Trespasser. The female Complainant advised that she observed two males with flash lights in her backyard near a tool trailer and several vehicles. The Sergeant located both males walking down Jackson Road and detained them. Both males were charged with Criminal Trespass. One of the subjects had a Felony Warrant for a Burglary of Habitation. The two subjects were transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On September 3rd Deputy Zavorski and Sergeant Russell were dispatched to the AT&T utility easement behind the 7800 Block of Red Oak in reference to a Theft in Progress. Upon arrival Deputy Zavorski observed brake lights of a vehicle parked on the utility easement. The vehicle turned around and attempted to drive out of the driveway. The vehicle was stopped and both occupants detained. Approximately 20 feet behind the vehicle was copper utility cable that had been rolled up. The cable was a temporary utility cable on the ground replacing cable that was previously stolen from the same location and cut down off of the utility pole. Inside the vehicle were hand tools used to cut the wire and a battery powered saw. The two male subjects were charged with Felony Theft of Copper and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On September 1st Deputy Suarez was dispatched to the Dollar and More Store in the 10500 Block of FM 1488. Deputy Suarez met with the Owner of the store who stated a female subject had come into his store and began taking items off the shelves and placing them into her purse. The owner followed the female out to her vehicle and attempted to prevent her from leaving. The subject handed him one of the bags and then placed the car in reverse and attempted to speed away. The owner managed to hold on to the second bag and the subject left the location. The owner was also able to get a license plate number.
District 5 – Lt. Don Lacy (Northwest County)
On 09/02/10 at approx 2156 hours Deputy O. Coward was dispatched to Aspen Dr. in reference to an Assault / Family Violence. He arrived on location and met with a female who advised that she had gotten into a verbal argument with her live-in boyfriend. She advised that she picked up the telephone and her boyfriend attempted to take it away from her and he struck her in the mouth. The female sustained injuries and the male was placed into custody for assault and transported to MCSO jail without incident.
On 09/04/10 at approx 0047 hours Deputy J. Davis and Deputy M. Jackson were dispatched to a Suspicious Vehicle call in the 1400 blk. of Chaparral Rd. The units arrived on location and observed a silver passenger car occupied by a white female. The female attempted to hide from the Deputies by lying down in the back seat. The Deputies made contact with the female and then found a total of 59 pills identified as Dangerous Drugs that were not prescribed to the female. The female was placed into custody and transported to MCSO jail.
On 09/05/10 at approx 1945 hours Deputy C. McCarthy was dispatched to an address on Hampton Glen Rd. in reference to an Assault / Family Violence. She arrived on location and met with a black male that advised he had been assaulted by his daughter. The male advised that there was a family gathering at his residence earlier in the day, and that his daughter had been drinking. The daughter wanted to leave with her minor child, and the male and his wife objected. The male advised his daughter began to attack her mother, and when he restrained her, the daughter bit him three times in the upper arm, breaking the skin and causing him to bleed. The female was placed into custody for Assault and transported to MCSO jail.
On 09/05/10 at approx 0619 hours Deputy R. Garlock was dispatched to a Burglary of a Building at 19380 Hwy 105 W. Entry was made into the building through the front glass door, and the suspects forced entry into the pool table and jukebox and removed the currency from both of them. This case is still under investigation and has been referred to CID.
District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Woodlands)
On August 30, 2010, Deputy Borchardt responded to 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a 26 year old Black Female from Spring, being detained for Employee Theft. The suspect had on multiple occasions, conducted fraudulent returns, placing refunds on gift cards, and then used the gift cards to conduct personal transactions for merchandise. During the course of the investigation, it was found that the suspect had conducted $718.38 in transactions from the Macy’s in the Woodlands Mall and another $1079.27 in transactions at a Macy’s in Harris County. Deputy Borchardt contacted the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office and charges were accepted for Theft for the transactions in Montgomery County. Loss Prevention Officer was advised to contact the Harris County District Attorney’s Office regarding the charges in Harris County. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On August 31, 2010, Deputy Pternitis arrested a 45 yr old White Male from Dripping Springs, TX after a traffic stop on N. Delta Mills Circle and Florian Court. The suspect, intentionally and knowingly, replaced the expired registration sticker on his Nissan with the current registration sticker from his Jeep. Deputy Pternitis contacted the District Attorney’s Office and charges were accepted for Wrong Registration. The suspect was taken into custody, and transported to the South Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On September 1, 2010, Deputy Uber was on patrol in the area of 10600 Six Pines when he observed a red Saturn vehicle parked in between the apartment complex and the parking lot, not in a parking space. There were two males standing next to the vehicle and one sitting in the rear passenger side with the door open. Deputy Uber made contact with the subjects and after receiving their identification, recognized one of the subjects to be the suspect in a Crimestoppers tip regarding drug sales at a nearby park. During the course of his investigation one of the subjects, White Male 19 yrs old from The Woodlands, was found to be in possession of .02 ounces of marijuana. He was taken into custody and transported to the South Montgomery County Jail without incident.
On September 3, 2010, Deputy Drake was dispatched to a location on Hawksbill Place in reference to a Liquor Violation. Upon arrival, Deputy Drake heard loud music coming from the backyard and proceeded around the side of the house. As he turned around the corner of the house, a juvenile male came out the door, and upon noticing Deputy Drake, yelled to everyone to run. At that time, Deputy Drake observed 40-50 juveniles dropping drinks and running either into the house or over the fence to flee from him. At that time, the homeowner, White Female 46 years old, exited the house and asked him what he was doing there. After explaining that the Sheriff’s Department had received complaints regarding underage drinking and noise, Deputy Drake inquired how the juveniles obtained the alcoholic beverages on scene. The homeowner stated that she provided it for her son’s birthday party. Deputy Drake contacted the District Attorney’s Office and charges were accepted for Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe.
The following Shoplifting arrest(s) were made:
8/30 – Deputy Neal responded to 3040 College Park Drive in reference to a 23 year old White Female from Willis and a 20 year old White Male from Wills, being detained for shoplifting. The suspects attempted to steal merchandise valued approximately $224.59. The suspects were transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
9/1 – Deputy Koonce responded to 1201 Lake Woodlands in reference to a 17 year old White Female from The Woodlands, being detained for shoplifting. The suspect attempted to steal approximately $181.00 in merchandise from Macy’s. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
Detention Division – Lt. J. C. Myrick
|For the month of August 2010 the following Jail Division information is provided:|
|Total Bookings:||1678||Average Daily Bookings:||54.13|
|Total Releases:||1731||Average Daily Releases:||55.84|
|Average length of stay:||18.10||days|
|Total Males Booked:||1221|
|Total Males Released:||1265|
|Total Females Booked:||457|
|Total Females Released:||466|
|Average Daily Count:||980|
|Total Felonies Booked:||509|
|Total Misdemeanors Booked:||1091|
|Total O.O.C. Booked:||78|
|Paper Ready (TDCJ-ID) Inmates:||47|
|Inmates Transferred to TDCJ:||77|
|Inmates Released to I.C.E.:||46|