Just after 9 pm, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office attempted to stop a white Ford Expedition on SH 105 West at Old Highway 105 near Montgomery. The vehicle failed to stop and sped to speeds to over 100mph. The driver continued down 105, through a subdivision and back onto FM 3083 continuing to FM 3083. Once they got to I-45 the driver fled north to FM 830 then west toward Lake Conroe. That is where officials lost him. They were able to get a license plate. A Montgomery County Precinct 2 Deputy Constable responded to the 14400 block of Enchanted Waters in Willis and located the vehicle several doors down from the suspect’s home. The deputies were alerted the suspect had an open felony warrant from Harris County for illegal dumping. He was also known to be aggressive toward officers. Deputies went to the home and were told he was not there. They did do a search of the home while the suspect’s mother was present but he was not located. A search of the area was started. A short time later a call came in telling Deputies the suspect was still inside the home. As they approached the home they spotted the suspect who they had mug shots of inside the home. As they made entry the suspect produced a knife and moved toward officers. They attempted to taze the suspect but it was ineffective. The suspect then advanced with the knife and ignoring commands. He was shot multiple times by a Montgomery County Deputy who has been on the force 14-months, a Panorama Officer of 3-years and a Montgomery County Precinct 2 Deputy Constable of 14-years. The suspect identified as 45-year-old Christopher Alan Noe was pronounced deceased on the scene. Montgomery County Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Wayne Mack ordered an autopsy and ordered Eickenhorst Funeral Directors to transport the victim to the Montgomery County Forensic Center for autopsy. The Texas Rangers, Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, and the Montgomery County Shoot Team all remain on the scene investigating.
Noe has had a long history with law enforcement
6/94-Theft by receiving
6/94-Theft of a vehicle
7/96-criminal mischief $20-$500
7/96-Assault causes bodily injury
7/96-Burglary of a motor vehicle
10/97-Burglary of a building
12/97-Driving while license suspended
4/98-Theft under $1500
1/03-Theft $1500-$20,000
1/3-Assault family member
5/05-DWI 1st
9/10-DWI 2nd
1/14-Assault causes bodily injury
1/14-DWI 3rd
9/16-Assault bodily injury/family member
9/19 Illegal dumping
8/19-Theft <2500 with 2 or more convictions 10/19-Assault inhibit circulation/breathing 10/19-theft of motor vehicle 2013 MONTGOMERY COUNTY PAROLE VIOLATION

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  1. WtfNtx76

    Someone needs to show a little class and not shoot photos of this guys poor old mother at the very least. Shit, thats just plain out disrespectful. Regardless of what he was as a man doesn’t take away the fact he was once her child. Losing respect for this newpaper more and more as the years go by.

  2. robo

    Well, he will no longer be a threat to other people or officers that for sure . Really it is just one less problem we have to worry about. Every time he goes to jail i have to pay to feed him.

  3. Jstar

    Altho this man was incredibly stupid for advancing with a knife, deputies did NOT have to shoot him to death. Multiple times?? good shot in the leg would have sufficed.

    Im sorry..thats overkill…someone needs some training.

    1. robo

      Look at the rap sheet? That’s one less problem everyone has to deal with. With his record and temper, who knows what he could of done next!

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