FEBRUARY 25, 2007


FEBRUARY 25, 2010

FEBRUARY 25, 2010
Shortly after 3 am North Montgomery County Fire Department received a call for a house fire on Seminole Drive. Upon arrival, they found two victims in the front yard that had been rescued by neighbors. , a male age 45 with second and third-degree burns over 32 percent of his body. Also a female companion age 62 with burns over 40 percent of her body but mostly to the lower torso. MCHD requested PHI Air Medical and Lifeflight. Both landed at Mueller Steel Buildings just off Shepard Hill and Highway 75. The female was taken to Galveston Burn Unit and the male to Hermann Houston. The cause remains under investigation.
An early morning house fire in Arrowhead Subdivision, north of Willis, critically burned the two occupants. North Montgomery County Fire Department arrived on the scene to find a wood frame home heavily engulfed in flames. The two occupants were already out of the house when firefighters arrived, possibly with the help of neighbors. The male occupant, age 44, sustained 2nd and 3rd degree burns over approximately 32% of his body and was flown to Herman Hospital in Houston. The female occupant, age 62, sustained 2nd and 3rd degree burns over approximately 30 to 40% of her body and was flown to the burn center at UTMB in Galveston. It is not uncommon for burn patients from the same incident to be flown to different hospitals, depending on the availability of beds in the burn units. Both patients are listed in critical but stable condition.
Early reports are that the woman awoke to discover the home on fire and alerted the male occupant.
The cause of the fire is under investigation at this time. It is not known if the home had working smoke detectors.

New Waverly Fire Department and Montgomery Fire Department assisted in this fire as well.
This brings the total fire injuries to 18 so far this year in Montgomery County, as compared to 16 injuries for all of 2009.

FEBRUARY 25, 2012
Just after 8 a.m. Saturday morning Montgomery County Sheriff’s units responded to a car in the lake at North Shore Park in the Woodlands. When they arrived they learned Linda Dennis of Houston had stopped her Crossfire to take some photos of the rowing club on the lake. Thinking her car was in park when she got out, she turned to see it rolling down the boat ramp into the lake. According to witnesses, the car floated for a short time before sinking to the bottom.

The Woodlands Fire Department was dispatched to the scene along with a dive team and boats. Divers entered the frigid water and after almost twenty minutes of searching found the vehicle. They were able to hook a wrecker cable to it and slowly winch it out.

There were no injuries.

FEBRUARY 25, 2015
Just after 6 pm Conroe Fire Department responded to a reported house fire on Foster Drive just blocks from Conroe Fire Station 3. The first arriving units advised they had three what appeared to be vacant homes totally involved in fire. Additional pumpers were called as well as the Central Montgomery County Fire Department. Crews battled the blaze for over an hour.  Access had to be made through a narrow road which was just a little wider than the fire truck.

The homes were well over one hundred feet apart and were not what is called exposure fires. The Conroe Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the cause.

Conroe Fire Department is asking anyone who may have seen something to contact the Conroe Fire Department Arson Division.

There were no injuries but Foster drive just outside Foster Glen was closed for several hours.

FEBRUARY 25, 2015
On Wednesday, February 25, 2015, Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Unit and representatives of the Houston Police Department conducted an investigation into on-going complaints in reference to reported prostitution.

The investigation involved a, “buy-bust operation”, in which undercover officers negotiated sexual relations in exchange for money. Once the negotiations were completed, the locations were secured and suspects detained. At that time, further investigation was conducted at the locations. Search warrants were obtained for the following places of business and executed on the same date:

FEBRUARY 25, 2016

FEBRUARY 25, 2017
Just before 330am Saturday, an unidentified intoxicated male was traveling southbound on BW8 feeder at Westheimer. It is estimated he was going close to 70mph when he ran the ran the red light. The Chevrolet Suburban slammed into a Mercedes that was eastbound on Westheimer. The driver of the Mercedes was killed instantly, the female passenger is in critical condition.. The Suburban then flipped and hit the traffic signal pole. That driver is in critical condition.

FEBRUARY 25, 2017
Just after 1 AM Saturday morning Terrian DePaul Goosby, 23, of Houston was spotted on South Loop 610 and Cullen by a Houston Police Crime Reduction Unit. Goosby was driving a stolen truck. Police attempted to stop him but he fled to US 59 to I-10 and at speeds close to 100 miles per hour led police for over two hours in the chase. Several times he was able to evade them by exiting the freeway, going to the u-turn lane under the freeway and going back the other direction. Spikes were set several times which were missed. At one point he was able to get past Katy where DPS joined in the pursuit. Traffic on the freeway was extremely light giving officers a chance several times to spike him. As he came back into Houston he exited into neighborhoods of Spring Valley and Spring Branch. It was at that point a Houston Police helicopter was able to join in the chase. Once that was done units were told to back off as the helicopter followed him. He re-entered the freeway on the West Loop at Memorial and traveled to South Post Oak and again went through neighborhoods. DPS once again initiated the pursuit of SH 288 heading toward US 59. The driver traveled to I-10 and east to Waco Street. DPS and Houston Police units were able to stay with him when he once again entered the neighborhoods as the streets were almost completely clear of traffic. He finally made a mistake after he cut his headlights which he had done several times during the chase. However this time he turned onto Eddie Street and ran into a dead end. That is where he was taken down. In an interview Terrain Goosby claimed to be a rapper and was trying to promote himself. Several times during the pursuit he was seen flashing hand signs and holding a cell phone out the window shooting video. Goosby claimed he was a professional driver and when asked about putting other lives in danger said he was careful not to. He now sits in the Harris County Jail on a NO BOND, He was arrested on possession of marijuana in 2011 for which he got 15 days in jail and his drivers’ license suspended 180 days. Then in March 2014, he was involved in an accident that caused injuries and he fled the scene. His attorney, former Harris County Judge Jim Barr was able to get him 3 years deferred probation and a $200 fine. This meaning that his record would be clear of the felony charge after completing the 3 years. That probation does not end until September 21, 2017. If the court revokes the probation he could go to prison to serve that time. After the chase Saturday he is facing a felony unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. That vehicle was stolen the day before Valentine’s Day. In addition, he is facing a felony evading charge. Goosby, who in the interview said he was born and raised and lived in South Houston gave an address which is in the 17600 block of Cali Drive off FM 1960 and I-45. His driver’s license gives an address of Earl Mist Drive in Spring. During the chase, several officers were seen pulling into gas stations to buy several gallons of fuel using their own funds and then, due to his direction changes on the freeway were able to rejoin the pursuit.

FEBRUARY 25, 2019
Monday afternoon North Montgomery County Firefighters were dispatched to a reported large structure fire on Woodpeckers Grove near Cut and Shoot. The first units arrived to find a horse stable close to 200 feet long fully involved in fire. Firefighters were unable to make access due to the condition of the driveway going back to it. Firefighters were forced to manually drag hose close to 500 feet to even start battling the blaze. A pond on the property supplied enough water for the firefighters. The owner who trains horses said he was alerted to the blaze by his neighbor and immediately ran and started opening pen gates to release the 9 horses in stalls in the barn. The Montgomery County Fire Marshals are on the scene to try to determine the cause of the blaze. There were no horses injured or lost. The owner said the heat was intense but thinks the blankets on the horses somewhat protected them as he was freeing them. The stable is a total loss. NMC Fire was assisted by East Montgomery County and Caney Creek Fire Departments. MCSO provided traffic control as MCHD stood by in case of any injuries.

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