SEPTEMBER 10, 2010
Late this afternoon Iowa Police were alerted to be on the look out for Jerwoody Moler who was responsible for the murder of K’Lynn Kohr whose body was found in her home in Huntsville on Monday. Texas Rangers and Huntsville police had tracked him using cell phone tracking technology. He was tracked to Council Bluffs, Iowa.

It was thought he would go to Alabama, Colorado or Arkansas.

After the attempt to locate was put out Iowa Highway Patrol Trooper Tom Clark saw the vehicle described on Interstate 80 and followed it to a Super Target on Mills Civic Parkway.

It was there he put Moler on the ground at gunpoint until help arrived. A second passenger in the vehicle believed to be a hitch-hiker was also detained.

It is believed that after Mohler killed K’Lynn he fled the state in his bosses truck from the wholesale electrical and plumbing supply in Huntsville that he worked. He was spotted on video in Dallas pawning tools that were in the vehicle.

He was paroled from TDC in June and was at a Christian Half-way house in New Waverly.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2012
A different kind of retirement took place Monday morning in the Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Just before the deputy entered the audience was told not to clap. Moments later Deputy Tommy Thompson entered with his K-9 partner Bianca.

Bianca came to Montgomery County in 2005 from Indiana. She has been deployed 3800 times in her career. In these 3800 deployments, she is responsible for thousands of pounds of marijuana, 37 kilos of cocaine, 62 pounds of Meth, and thousands of pills. Unfortunately, jumping up and down into vehicles, trunks, truck beds arthritis has set in.

When County Judge Sadler asked how she would spend her retirement,  Thompson, who will now keep her as a member of his family, said she would spend it watching television.

Funds through many organizations were raised and very soon Deputy Thompson will return to Indiana to start training with a new K-9 partner. They both will then return to Montgomery County and once again work on ridding the county of drugs.

AS a retirement gift she received a bright orange toy, one of the same that took her several years to destroy after she received that one as a gift when she came on board with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2015
Thursday night Republican Presidential Candidate Dr. Ben Carson addressed Conroe areas Republicans at Conroe High School. Here is the video of the event

SEPTEMBER 10, 2015
Houston Police were dispatched to a disturbance call on Gillman just off Sterlingshire in East Houston late Thursday afternoon. When they arrived several Hispanic males took off running. They were quickly rounded up and detained. After talking with them, police learned that there were 15 other Hispanic males and females inside the home being held for ransom. Houston Police contacted Federal Officials who responded. Altogether at least 15 Hispanics were transported to the INS Center, another one was taking into custody.

While on location police also located a stolen Dodge Ram Quad cab. That vehicle was stolen from a company parking lot in the 6900 block of North Houston Roslyn on Wednesday afternoon. The owner of the truck was contacted and responded to the scene on Gillman. He tells us that he was at work at American Steel when he watched his truck drive off. At first, he thought it was a joke until he realized his keys were still in his pocket. Police looked at the company security video and saw a vehicle enter the parking lot and one minute later the truck was stolen.

Police told the owner of the Human smuggling operation.
*******************************UPDATE FROM I.C.E. ***************************************************************

ICE, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents in Houston received a duty call from the Houston Police Department (HPD) regarding an alien stash house located at 9800 block of Gillman Street in Houston, Texas. HPD initially responded to the address after receiving a complaint call regarding suspect activity at the location. Once on the scene, HPD positively identified at least one suspect smuggler and 15 suspect undocumented aliens within the residence.
Females = 3
Males =12
From the following countries: El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico.
All are in ICE custody being administratively processed (interviewed, feed and medically screened).

SEPTEMBER 10, 2015
At 930pm DPS Houston received a call from a DPS official in San Antonio in reference to street racing in progress on Wagg Way at Jack Rabbit Road in Northwest Harris County. DPS dispatch said the official had received the call from a friend who was in close proximity to the race.

A Trooper was dispatched. That Trooper contacted Harris County Sheriff’s Office. Several Deputies and the Trooper then went to the scene and closed the road off. Several of the vehicle attempted to travel east on the road through a private drive to get to the US 290 feeder but were unable to due to the construction and mud.

Over 100 cars and trucks were on the road both racing and observing. Several people including one woman and two small children were observing. As officers started checking drivers licenses they discovered 17 without a license. Of the 17 one had outstanding warrants for which he was arrested.

Wrecker drivers were called in from all areas to tow the 17 vehicles.

The street racing with young people has been an ongoing problem in West Harris CoUNTy.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2016
Houston police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man at 3426 Sparrow about 6:50 p.m. on Saturday (September 10).
The victim, Kevin Roman, 39, of the above address, suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene.
HPD Homicide Division Officers M. Dykens and T. Fay reported:
HPD patrol officers responded to a welfare check call at the above address. Upon entering the residence, the officers found Mr. Roman deceased. Further investigation determined Roman’s gray Jeep Grand Cherokee was missing. It has Texas licence plate number FPS-4712.
Anyone with information on this case or the whereabouts of the stolen vehicle is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2016
Just before 1030pm Houston Fire Department was dispatched to a house fire in the 3900 block of Sunbeam in Southeast Houston. A Houston engine enroute to another call saw the smoke column and diverted. As they arrived neighbors said there were two people trapped inside. Firefighters made entry through the heavy flames and found a female. She was brought out where CPR was started and transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital. The second victim was found to have already escaped but required treatment on the scene for smoke inhalation.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2016
Just after midnight Houston Fire Department responded to an odor of ammonia in the area of South Richey and Highway 3. HAZMAT crews arrived on the scene and found a refrigeration line at a food processing company leaking.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2016
The owner of Cool Flow Inc., an auto air conditioning company was inside his business when he heard and saw someone out back attempting to break into his vehicle. The shop owner confronted the suspect and when he refused to stop the shop owner shot him. The suspect was shot once in the head and had a wound on his arm where a bullet grazed him. The suspect’s truck was struck several times by gunfire. The suspect is currently in critical condition and in surgery.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2017
Just before 1 am, Houston Police attempted to stop a KIA for traffic and possible DWI on West Loop 610 Northbound at Westheimer. The female driver refused to stop and sped up. As the chase continued to I-45 and started north, Montgomery County was notified as the vehicle was registered on Camp Craft Drive in Willis. Montgomery County units and DPS started to take up positions along I-45. A DPS helicopter was launched from DPS Headquarters at US 290 and West Road. DPS Trooper Hiebert who was on SH 1-05 at the time of the first call started to move south. Just south he made the U-turn onto I-45 North and waited for the vehicle to approach. As it did Troopers got in front of HPD. As patrol units backed off, Hiebert moved very close to the vehicle. As the vehicle approached FM 1488 and with traffic clear, Hiebert made a pit maneuver. Using a specialty bumper on the front of his patrol unit he tapped the rear of the Kia. In doing so, it caused the KIA to go into a spin, stopping in the ditch between the freeway and feeder. They female was taken into custody as she fought officers. Once in the patrol car she began to kick the rear of the patrol car. She was transported back to Harris County to face charges of evading. The only damage to the patrol unit was a scuff mark on the pit bar. On the Kia was a small scratch on the right rear bumper. Skid marks on the roadway showed how her vehicle entered the spin. Hiebert is one of the only Troopers in Montgomery County certified to execute a pit maneuver.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2020

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