On February 16, 2012, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputies met with a 42 year old Woodlands resident who reported that she had been pulled over for a traffic violation by someone that did not appear to be a law enforcement officer. Deputies learned that the victim turned onto Glenloch Drive from E. Panther Creek in The Woodlands on the morning of February 16, 2012, just before 6:00 AM, and noticed that she was being followed by newer model black Toyota Tundra.

The driver of the tundra activated red and blue lights that were on top of the truck and the victim pulled into a lighted parking lot where she was approached by the driver of the truck. The driver was wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans and the victim did not notice any type of police insignia affixed to the clothing or the vehicle nor did he identify himself or a police agency affiliation. The driver of the black tundra was described as a white male, 45 to 50 years old, clean shaven, blond buzz cut, blue eyes, height / weight around 5’10” and 190 lbs.

The victim told deputies that she gave the suspect her driver’s license but she became suspicious when she did not see any efforts of the suspect to use a radio or an in-car computer. The suspect returned the victim’s driver’s license and after chastising her about her driving habits allowed her to leave.

The Sheriff’s Office believes that the suspect was not a police officer. The Sheriff’s Office is concerned and seeking assistance from the public to identify the suspect or obtain information on other incidents that may have occurred.

Crime Stoppers will pay up to a $1000 cash reward for information leading to an arrest or indictment of a felony crime. Call 800-392-STOP (7867). Anonymous tips can also be made through the Montgomery County Crime Stoppers Web Page at

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  1. Lawdog1911

    Scott, do you know if any Willis area cops have a Black Toyota Tundra, chrome push bar, Light bar and dash lights? This truck followed me from Smokey Mo’s BBQ in Willis last week during the day. He was tailgating me real close until I got to FM 3083 He pulls up next to me at the light and was starring me down. When the light turned green, he took off fast toward Conroe on 75 and left me behind.

  2. iampennye

    This is getting scary, Think about it how long does it take to get from The Woodlands to 59? And this is at different times of the day. What is he looking for is my first concern. What happens when he finds it is my second. Now he has the addresses of these ladies, are they going to have extra protection or what? Sorry but not only concerned for me but for all my lady friends out there that have to drive alone and close friends that work and drive at night.

  3. comanche6

    KHOU just had a segment on the 10pm news about a ‘fake cop’ stopping someone on the Eastex freeway. Same basic physical description, but the report said he was driving ‘a black Chevy Tahoe’! It happened at 2:30pm today.

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