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VIDEO STORIES FROM SEPTEMBER 9TH OF YEARS PAST


SEPTEMBER 9, 2006
BAYTOWN MURDER SOLVED IN LIBERTY


SEPTEMBER 9, 2007
FATAL CRASH FM 1485 AT WOODLAND FOREST


SEPTEMBER 9, 2009
MULTI-ALARM FIRE IN SPLENDORA
A little after 9pm Splendora Fire Department was dispatched to a house fire on Magnolia Drive in Splendora. On arrival, they found a two-story home that appeared to be unoccupied with fire through the roof. Water supply was an issue since the closest fire hydrant was almost a mile away at East River and US59. Splendora then requested the assistance of Cleveland, Porter, Bennette, New Caney, and Grangerland. Due to roads being so narrow in the are tanker drivers were forced to back up on Magnolia almost a mile to US59. Water was shuttled until almost 1130pm when the fire was brought under control. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Montgomery County Fire Marshalls Office.


SEPTEMBER 9, 2010
HUNTSVILLE PD LOOKING FOR HOMICIDE SUSPECT
On September 6, 2010, at approximately 2:40 pm The Huntsville Police Department responded to the 500 block of Nan Way, within the Tanglewood Mobile home park, in reference to an unresponsive female. Huntsville Police Officers then discovered the body of 17-year-old K’Lynn Kohr within her trailer.

Detectives from the Huntsville Police Department with the assistance of the Texas Rangers responded and processed the scene.

On 09-08-2010 a warrant was obtained on Jerwoody Moler W/M DOB 05-22-1983 for the murder of 17-year-old K’Lynn Kohr. Kohr was found deceased on 09-06-2010, within her trailer on Nan Way with wounds that appeared to be consistent with a knife or sharp object.

Jerwoody Moler may be driving a tan 2002 Ford Explorer TXLP# AS54-607, with minor damage to the passenger side, a Marine Corps sticker on the back window, as well as a religious cross sticker on the back window. The Ford Explorer is entered as stolen.

Jerwoody Moler is traveling north from Huntsville and was last seen at a Pawn Shop in Dallas, Texas on 09-07-2010, where he pawned stolen lawn equipment. Surveillance footage from the pawnshop revealed a possible injury to Moler’s right hand.

Jerwoody Moler was released from TDCJ on parole in June 2010 to a Christian based half-way house in New Waverly. Moler obtained employment in Huntsville through this Christian group.

Moler was incarcerated for Assault on Public Servant and escape out of Gray County, Texas. Moler has aggravated assault, burglary, and theft on his criminal record. Moler is considered armed and dangerous.

Moler is a white male 5’11 190lbs with red hair and hazel eyes.


SEPTEMBER 9, 2010
LONE STAR HONOR FLIGHT EAGLE UNVEILED
Over 100 people attended Thursday mornings unveiling of the eagle honoring World War II veterans at Montgomery’s Memory Park. next to the Charles B. Stewart Library.

The eagle which stands on a large pedestal is 13 feet tall. On each side is a plaque for each of the five Lone Star Honor Flights. On each plaque the veterans who were on the flight have their name engraved along with which branch of the service they served.

Along with students from Montgomery Elementary School on hand to sing patriotic songs Freedom flight provided a fly-by complete with the missing man formation.

This Saturday from 1-4pm the public is invited to join these World War II Veterans at the Ark Church in Conroe to view Honor Flight 4 and 5 videos with special guest Jim McIngvale.


SEPTEMBER 9, 2010
LIGHTNING STRIKES SOCCER COACH AND PLAYER
Just about 730pm several young children were playing soccer at Crippen Elem. on Cumberland Drive in Porter. The skies darkened and a bolt of lightning struck on of the soccer coach who was standing on the field talking on the cell phone. A nine-year-old girl standing next to him was also hit. The coach was in full cardiac arrest when EMS and Porter Fire Department arrived on the scene. Due to the intense rain that started just after that PHI and Life Flight were unable to respond. The coach was transported to Hermann Hospital at the Texas Medical Center. Enroute paramedics were able to restore a heartbeat but he was still not breathing on his own.

The nine-year-old girl was transported to Northeast Medical Center in Humble in stable condition. She was unable to recall what had happened.

One of the young soccer players told us, “my coach was talking on the cell phone and thunder came down and hit him.”


SEPTEMBER 9, 2015
FOSTORIA ROAD AUTO PEDESTRIAN FATAL CRASH
Just after 5 am Wednesday morning MCHD responded to a reported auto-pedestrian accident on Fostoria Road just south of Morgan Cemetery. When units arrived on the scene they found a 60-year-old male with critical injuries. It appeared he had been struck by a vehicle even though there was no vehicle on the scene.

Medics attempted to revive the victim but were unsuccessful. He was pronounced dead on the scene by Montgomery County Precinct 4 Judge James Metts. He ordered Eickenhorst Funeral Directors to transport the victim to the Montgomery County Forensic Center for autopsy.

The victim was identified as Michael Eversole, 65, who is from Pasadena but resides in the area with family.


SEPTEMBER 9, 2015
MONTGOMERY COUNTY PURSUIT-DRIVER TRIES TO RUN OVER PRECINCT 4 DEPUTY


SEPTEMBER 9, 2017
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN TRIPLE FATAL HOUSE FIRE
At 112am Saturday the alarm company called a neighbor who was listed as a contact of Robert and Frances Summerford. That neighbor was overseas and suggested they call the fire department instead. That wasn’t necessary as Summerford was already on the phone with 911. Champions Area Fire Department responding along with Cypress Creek EMS. The report came in as a house fire at 13107 Lookout Mountain Drive in the Champions Subdivision. Fire crews arrived at a two-story inferno. Firefighters immediately went to work and located both Robert Summerford, 80, and his wife Frances Summerford, 84. CPR was unsuccessful. They then located their son Larry Phillips, 60. All three did not survive. Early this morning family and friends went through the home finding photos, the only memories they had. This is not the first tragedy for the family. Several years ago, they lost a daughter who fell off a cliff in Mexico and another beautiful daughter to breast cancer. The home is a total loss. The Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating.


SEPTEMBER 9, 2017
PATTON VILLAGE SENDS STRONG MESSAGE ABOUT POLICE CHIEF
The City of Patton Village held a special meeting Saturday night, which had been delayed because of Hurricane Harvey. Despite its delay and odd timing, on a Saturday evening, the meeting drew more attention than most due to an agenda item that threatened to remove the current Police Chief Shannon Sharp, for unspecified reasons, to be discussed in executive session.
Mayor pro-tem Jonathan Whitworth placed the controversial item on the agenda and was then absent from the meeting. No one else seemed to know what Whitworth’s problem was with Sharp. In fact, officers, first responders, and other citizens attended specifically to show support for Sharp, from Patton Village and even beyond the Montgomery County line
Cleveland ISD Police Chief Rex Evans used strong words, talking about what they’d been through together over the years. He said the one word that came to his mind besides “friend” was “integrity.”
“I have never found fault in anything he has done, other than he’s a friend who will never leave you alone, no matter what you’ve done,” Evans said.
He reminded the city how he, Evans, helped them and worked with them when Officer Baumgartner died, and how they trusted him. Evans told them they should trust him again.
“This man who’s your police chief- you will find no better – not even me,” he said.
CISDPD Officer Pamela Minchew, who began her career at Patton Village under Sharp, got emotional as she said she was attending the meeting for Chief Sharp because “when he says he’s going to do something, he does it.”
Minchew and others spoke about how Sharp was away from his family during the flood, making sure the citizens of his city were safe and their needs were filled. She also mentioned how he went without sleep during the initial days after the hurricane hit, and said he did so because it’s “not just a job – it’s a calling.”
“The integrity’s there,” Minchew said. “Don’t lose it.”
A woman who said she moved to Patton Village in July said she had never seen a chief whose officers respected him as Sharp’s did or a chief who worked as hard as he did to achieve zero casualties in “the worst hurricane ever.”
She also said she could see the respect in the faces of his officers.
“I want to tell the citizens that without that man, some of you might not be here,” she said, as the crowd erupted into applause. “He was prepared when others around us were not.”
A Member of a search and rescue group the praised his work and said what a shame it would be to lose him. One of his officers, only three months on the job, said he could say Chief Sharp has a vision and he wished the other chiefs he’d worked for had that.
A dispatcher could hardly speak through her tears, telling how she was still in school when they met and he helped her become a dispatcher. “I know that he would take a bullet for me,” she said. “I am the person that I am thanks to Chief Sharp”
Another officer since January talked about Sharp’s vision, and about the time he put in, and how he offered them the opportunity to go to training, calling him one of the few chiefs that “stands behind his officers.”
“If this chief were to leave for any reason, it would be the worst thing this city has ever done,” he said.
Officer White, the first sworn in under Sharp, said, “From day one, the only thing I’ve seen is honor and integrity.”
Mayor Leah Tarrant polled the council members one by one, asking if they had anything to say regarding Sharp. Only Councilman Anderson made a statement, and it was in praise of the chief and how much he did during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey
Mayor Tarrant said mayor pro-tem Jonathan Whitworth put the item on the agenda, but she had no idea what it was about.
“He never came and discussed anything with me,” Tarrant said.
The mayor said everyone sitting there hired the chief and he was someone they had confidence in and didn’t need to “micromanage.” She said if things ever came to that, he wouldn’t need to be in that position, but it hadn’t happened.
Tarrant said Sharp was teaching emergency management to 29 agencies in the days before Harvey came.
An emotional Chief Sharp, who has 32 years’ experience in law enforcement, with 16 in Harris County, said he prayed about the opportunity to be the Police Chief of Patton Village when it arose, and he believed he was supposed to be there.
Mayor Tarrant said “I think we’re sitting here today because of me. I think it is political and I would never have it that way.”
“I think you did an absolutely phenomenal job in the storm,” she said.
Tarrant listed multiple things Sharp did that made things better for the city and its residents when the storm hit.
“I didn’t really know how this meeting was going to go,” she said, pulling out a plaque for Sharp that was a “Commendation for exceptional service before during and after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.” The presentation drew a standing ovation. Chief Sharp gave the glory to God and his wife, and he recognized his team, pointing out Sgt. Hernandez specifically. Sharp said a lot of people would’ve been lost without the sergeant and the other members of his team.
“I can’t ask for a better team or better city,” Sharp said, as his voice broke. “This is my last stop in my career.”
The Patton Village City Council then took action on a motion by Councilman Anderson, and seconded by Councilman Daniel. It was a “vote of full confidence” or full support of Chief Shannon Sharp.
There is still no word on what Whitworth’s issue was, but nobody else seemed to have a problem with Sharp except for the issue of the absent councilman apparently wanting to remove him. It no longer looks that’s even a remote possibility.


SEPTEMBER 9, 2019
MONTGOMERY COUNTY EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PRESS CONFERENCE
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