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MONTGOMERY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE WEEKLY BLOTTER

District 1 – Lt. Kevin Ray (North County)

On 10/03/2016, while on routine patrol, Deputy Taylor made a traffic stop on a vehicle for an expired license plate. After identifying the female driver, she was found to have an active warrant. The warrant was confirmed, the driver was arrested, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/03/2016, Deputy Soroko responded to a suspicious person call in the 12200 block of Highway 105 East. Deputy Soroko made contact with the suspicious male and found him to have an active warrant. The warrant was confirmed, the male was arrested, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/04/2016, Deputy Parsons observed a vehicle traveling on FM 3083 turning his high beam lights off and on at the vehicle in front of him. Deputy Parsons conducted a traffic stop and found the vehicle to have an expired registration. While speaking with the male driver, Deputy Parsons could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage. After an investigation, the driver was arrested for driving while intoxicated 3rd or more and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/04/2016, Deputy Savage made a traffic stop on a vehicle with an obstructed buyers tag. Upon identifying the male driver, he was found to have active warrants. The warrants were confirmed, the male was arrested, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/4/2016, Deputy Senn responded to a disturbance call in the 11600 block of Browder Traylor Road. The female complainant told Deputy Senn she had been assaulted by a male she had recently ended a relationship with. He had assaulted her after he found she was talking with another male. The male was arrested for assault and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/4/2016, Deputy Parsons responded to a panic alarm in the 5600 block of Buffalo Circle, in Willis. Upon arrival, Deputy Parsons met with a female on location who told him she was sleeping when she was assaulted by her husband. She told the deputy she had tried to leave but her husband wouldn’t let her. The complainant advised that because her cell phone was off she pressed her panic button on the security system. After speaking with the male and an investigation, it was determined that the female was the aggressor in the disturbance. She was arrested for assault and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/5/2016, Deputy Campos responded to a suspicious vehicle call in the 12500 block of Pegasus Drive, in Willis. A Panorama Police Department officer arrived on scene and found a male in the vehicle and the vehicle smelled of marijuana. After identifying the male, Deputy Campos found the male had active warrants. The male was arrested for possession of marijuana and the warrants. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/5/2016, Deputy S. Martin responded to a disturbance call in the 13100 block of Skyline Drive, in Willis. Upon arrival, Deputy S. Martin met with a female complainant. She advised her two sons were having a verbal argument when she attempted to break up the argument. She asked her 25 year old son to assist her in removing groceries from the vehicle when he refused and struck her in the face and back of the head. The male was arrested for assault and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/06/2016, Deputy Merlos was conducting routine patrol in the 18000 block of Highway 105 East when he observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. Deputy Merlos found marijuana in the vehicle which belonged to the male driver. The male was arrested for possession of marijuana and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/08/2016, Deputy Campos was dispatched to the 500 block of Stephen F. Austin, in reference to a crash. Upon arrival, Deputy Campos met with a female who had hit a mail box and did not know how she had hit the mailbox. Deputy Campos could smell an odor of alcohol on the female’s breath. The female was arrested for driving while intoxicated and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/08/2016, Deputy Parsons responded to an assault call in the 13400 block of Bert Brown Road. Deputy Parsons met with the female complainant who said she was helping a friend move and was waiting outside because she knew she was not welcomed inside the home. When the female suspect who resides in the home came out, the suspect began a physical altercation. The female suspect was arrested for assault and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/09/2016, at approximately 12:20 a.m., Deputy Parsons was traveling on FM 1097 East when he observed a female walking in a poorly lit area. Deputy Parsons stop to check the welfare of the female. After identifying the female, it was discovered she had active warrants. The warrants were confirmed, the female was arrested, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/10/2016, Deputy Soroko responded to an assault call in the 11900 block of Douget Road, in Conroe. Upon identifying the parties on scene, a male was found to have an active warrant out of Liberty County. The warrant was confirmed, the male arrested, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On 10/10/2016, Deputy Savage conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle with a defected license plate light. The male driver did not have a valid driver license and was arrested for driving while license invalid. The male was transported to the Montgomery County Jail. During a search at the jail, the male was found to have methamphetamines hidden on his body. An additional charge of possession of controlled substance was added to the male’s arrest record.

District 2 – Lt. Jim Fleming (South County)

On October 3, Deputy Z. Vercher was sent to the 6600 block of FM 1488, in reference to an intoxicated male inside a business. The Deputy located the male and detained him. The 41 year old male from Magnolia was arrested at 11:48pm and transported to jail.

A 26 year old male from Spring was arrested at 3:37pm, October 4, and taken to jail from a location on Oakridge Drive, by Deputy J. Allen, for a failure to appear warrant.

On October 4, Deputy Z. Vercher was notified that an intoxicated female had left an unknown bar and was possibly headed for a bar on Rayford Road. The Deputy located the female in the 2900 block of Rayford Road and detained her. The 38 year old female from Houston was arrested at 12:07am, October 5, and taken to jail.

On October 5, Deputy R. McClintock stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the 24600 block of Interstate 45 North. The male driver was found to be intoxicated. The 41 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 11:41pm, charged with driving while intoxicated, and taken to jail.

A 34 year old male from Houston was arrested at 12:12pm, October 6, and taken to jail from the 26400 block of Interstate 45 North, by Deputy J. Allen, for a theft warrant out of Denton County.

On October 6, Deputy C. Rose responded to the 25300 block of Borough Park Drive, in reference to an intoxicated female that was observed driving her vehicle and crashing it into another vehicle. The Deputy located the female and detained her. The 35 year old female from Spring was arrested at 1:33pm, charged with driving while intoxicated and possession of a controlled substance, and transported to jail.

On October 7, Deputy S. Lee was sent to the 24700 block of Interstate 45 North, in reference to an intoxicated female. The Deputy located the female and detained her. The 22 year old female from Spring was arrested at 12:13am, charged with public intoxication, and taken to jail.

On October 7, Deputy R. McClintock observed a suspicious vehicle in the 300 block of Pruitt Road. During the investigation, the Deputy discovered the male driver to be in possession of

fraudulent identifying information. The 21 year old male from Houston was arrested at 3:41am and transported to jail.

On October 8, Deputy P. Lopez-Carpenter responded to a fast food restaurant in the 25000 block of Interstate 45 North, involving a male passed out in a vehicle that was in the drive thru lane.

The Deputy made contact with the male and detained him. The 29 year old male from Houston was arrested at 3:34am, charged with driving while intoxicated, and taken to jail.

A 51 year old male from Houston was arrested at 7:45pm, October 8, and taken to jail from a location near Interstate 45 North and Highway 242, by Deputy J. Ochoa, for three traffic related warrants.

District 3 – Lt. Joe Senn (East County)

On 10/03/16, at approximately 2:03 PM, Deputy Gallagher was dispatched to the Porter Wal- Mart Fuel Station, in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, an investigation revealed an offense had occurred in the 16800 Block of Live Oak Branch. It was found that a 28 year old male had used a belt and his hands to assault his wife over night during an argument. This subject was arrested and charged with assault.

On 10/03/16, at approximately 10:00 PM, Deputy Ochoa was dispatched to the Porter Wal-Mart, in reference to a theft in progress. Upon arrival, the deputy was told of subjects attempting to break into a cash register in the automotive section of the store. Upon approach by Deputy Aguirre and several other Deputy’s assisting, three males attempted to evade. One of the three suspects, a 21 year old male, was immediately detained. Deputies were able to detain another one of the suspects, another 21 year old male, shortly later. The two suspects were taken to jail without incident and charged with criminal trespass.

On 10/04/16, at approximately 8:27 PM, Deputy Cantu Jr. was dispatched to the 14500 Block of Kyle Lane, where the Sheriff’s Office had received several calls for a vehicle disturbance. The deputy was able to locate a 23 year old male riding on an all-terrain vehicle, which did not stop immediately after emergency equipment was activated. The driver instead continued on to a residence. Once at the residence, the subject complied with deputy’s orders and upon a pat down for officer safety, a handgun was located on the subject in his waistband. The subject was arrested and charged with unlawful carrying of a firearm and taken to jail.

On 10/05/16, at approximately 4:23 AM, Deputy Cantu Jr was patrolling the Kings Mill Subdivision. The deputy located two suspicious males hanging out along the roadway in front of a residence on Kings Hill. Upon making contact with the males, the Deputy immediately sensed the distinct smell of marijuana coming from their vehicle. An investigation revealed that a 24 year old male, who was the owner of the vehicle, was in possession of marijuana. He was arrested and taken to jail.

On 10/06/16, at approximately 1:58 PM, Deputy Bird, along with several other units, were dispatched to the 22900 Block of US Highway 59 (Walgreens), in reference to a witness observing a suspect breaking into a vehicle by smashing a rear window, stealing items, and then fleeing north on US Highway 59. Both Woodbranch and Patton Village Police Departments had units in the area and spotted the suspect vehicle, which crashed into a pillar under US Highway 59 at Creekwood. The driver was immediately detained, as the passenger fled into the city of Patton Village, where he was later located and detained. An investigation revealed that these subjects, a 29 year old male and a 30 year old male, had been waiting in the area of Walgreens and Chase Bank in search for an opportunity to commit a criminal act. When the complainant made a deposit at the bank, she put her bank bag in the car before going into the Walgreens next door, leaving her car unattended. The suspects, after witnessing this, burglarized the vehicle.

After being cleared medically from a local hospital, both suspects were taken to the Montgomery County Jail, in Conroe, where they were booked on various charges including engaging in organized crime, which is a felony.

On 10/06/16, at 4:32 PM, Deputy White was dispatched to the 24900 Block of West Christine Drive, to investigate a disturbance where many have occurred before. An investigation revealed that a 34 year old male had repeatedly abused his wife by physically striking her causing injuries, along with threatening to kill her and burn her clothes after he cut most of them up with a knife. This subject was arrested and charged with assault.

On 10/07/16, at approximately 6:32 PM, Deputy Cooke was dispatched to the 20000 Block of FM 1485, in reference to a suspicious male. Upon arrival, the deputy located the male described to be a 35 year old male. This subject had multiple knives and a machete with him and his story was not consistent with his presence at the apartment complex. The deputy told the suspect to wait at the front of his vehicle while he checked the subject for warrants. Instead, the subject decided to run as the deputy pursued. After about two hundred yards, the suspect decided to stop, turn around, and take a fighting stance. At that time the subject was subdued. It was found that the subject had an open parole violation warrant for retaliation against a public servant. The subject was arrested and taken to jail.

On 10/09/16, at approximately 5:40 AM, Deputy Frey was dispatched to the 21900 Block of White Oak, in reference to a welfare check. Upon arrival, Deputies heard what sounded like a female screaming. As they investigated, they found that a 38 year old male had assaulted his wife and another female. The male caused injuries to his wife with his hands and additionally bit her on the head. The suspect was arrested, transported to jail, and was booked on an assault charge.

On 10/09/16, at approximately 6:29 PM, Deputy Cantu Jr. was dispatched to the 24700 Block of Sorters Road, in reference to a disturbance in progress. Upon arrival, Deputies met with two females that stated their brother was out of control acting aggressive. When deputies began to speak with the 23 year old male, he became more aggressive balling up his fist. When deputies requested to pat him down for officer safety, the male stripped his clothes off acting very irrational. Deputies attempted to detain the subject, when he struck one of the Deputies and

fought them. The subject was subdued, taken to the Montgomery County Jail, and charged with assault on a public servant and resisting arrest.

On 10/09/16, at approximately 7:40 PM, Deputy Cooke was dispatched to the 24100 Block of US Highway 59, in reference to a welfare check of a 42 year old male. Upon arrival, it was determined that the subject was intoxicated and had assaulted his spouse. The suspect was arrested for assault. The suspect then threaten the deputy who had arrested him. An additional retaliation charge, a third degree felony, was added to his other charge(s).

On 10/10/16, at approximately 5:32 AM, Deputy Cooke was dispatched to the 23800 Block of McShan Lane, in reference to a welfare check. Upon arrival, the deputy observed a 28 year old male to be intoxicated. It was also learned that the suspect had been the person calling 911 and used very offensive profane language toward the 911 Communications Personnel, after being told to cease. The male suspect was arrested for public intoxication and abusive calls to 911.

District 4 – Lt. Allison Amundson (West County)

On October 10th, a District 4 Patrol Deputy was dispatched to the 30000 block of Pine Knott Road, in reference to a warrant service. Upon arrival, the deputy met with a 35 year old male who had a felony warrant for bond forfeiture – assault causing bodily injury. The warrant was confirmed and the male taken into custody.

On October 8th, a District 4 Patrol Deputy observed a gold passenger car traveling west bound on FM 1488. The vehicle did not have a license plate on the rear of the vehicle. The deputy initiated a traffic stop and made contact with the 24 year old male who was driving. A distinct odor of marijuana was emitting from the inside or the car. The male was shaking but stepped out of vehicle, at which time one ounce of marijuana, oxycodone, and Xanax were discovered inside the vehicle. The male was taken into custody for felony possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.

On October 8th, a District 4 Patrol Deputy was dispatched to the 1700 block of Will Scarlet, in reference to a welfare check. Upon arrival, the Deputy made contact with a 30 year old female who identified herself. She later admitted what her real name was and dispatch advised she had five warrants out of Harris County. The warrants were confirmed and the female taken into custody.

On October 7th, a District 4 Patrol Deputy was dispatched to a welfare check at the Valero Gas Station on the Highland Blvd. Upon arrival, the deputy observed a 56 year old male laying in the grass. The male explained to the deputy he was hired by the station owner to pick grass. Due to the male’s intoxicated condition, he was taken into custody for public intoxication.

On October 6th, a District 4 Patrol Deputy was dispatched to FM 2978, to meet with a Tomball Police Officer to pick up a 34 year old male with two warrants out of Montgomery County. The warrants for felony obstruction or retaliation and criminal mischief were confirmed and the male taken into custody.

On October 6th, a District 4 Patrol Deputy was dispatched to the 27000 block of Violet Court, in reference to a disturbance call. Upon arrival, the Deputy made contact with a 34 year old male who was walking in the roadway. He had blood shot eyes and a strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath. The male was yelling, using profane language, and had a beer in his hand that he was drinking. The male was taken into custody for public intoxication.

On October 5th, a District 4 Patrol Deputy was dispatched to the 26000 block of Pinion Creek, in reference to a disturbance call. Upon arrival, the Deputy met with the two parties involved. The 19 year old male was shown to have a warrant out of Harris County for forgery. The warrant was confirmed and the male taken into custody.

On October 4th, a District 4 Patrol Deputy initiated a traffic stop in the 29000 block of Highland Blvd, on a vehicle having an obstructed license plate. The deputy made contact with the 42 year old male who was driving and learned through Dispatch he had seven active suspensions on his driver’s license. The male was placed into custody for driving while license invalid with previous convictions.

On October 3rd, a District 4 Patrol Deputy responded to a trespasser in progress call in the 16000 block of Butera Road. Upon arrival, the deputy met with the complainant who advised he had arrived home and discovered a male coming out of his home who ran from him through the bushes to the Shell Gas Station. The male locked himself in the stations bathroom. The complainant stood guard outside the bathroom until the deputies arrived. The male was located, identified, and placed into custody for felony burglary of a habitation.

District 5 – Lt. Gary Welch (Northwest County)

On October 01, 2016, Deputy Thompson was patrolling the area of FM 149 and Flamingo Lakes when he observed a blue truck on the side of the road with its hazard lights on. Deputy Thompson stopped to check on the occupants in the vehicle. A male came back with an order of arrest felony warrant from another county. The warrant was confirmed and the male was arrested.

On October 07, 2016, Deputy Burk responded to a disturbance call in the 12500 Block of Pebble Creek. Deputy Burk met with the people involved in the disturbance and a male was arrested for two outstanding traffic warrants.

On October 08, 2016, Deputy Douglas responded to the intersection of Mail Route Road and FM 2854, in reference to a vehicle disturbance. Upon his arrival in the area, he located the vehicle and arrested a male for an outstanding misdemeanor order of arrest warrant from Harris County.

District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Woodlands)

On October 4, Deputy Trevino was dispatched to 9200 Grogan’s Mill Road, in reference to a warrant service. Upon arrival, Deputy Trevino identified the suspect, a 44 year old male, and confirmed the warrant. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On October 4, Deputy Hons was conducting an area patrol in the area of 3335 College Park Drive and observed two vehicles parked in front of a closed business. Upon making contact with the one of the drivers, a 23 year old male, he was found to have an outstanding traffic warrant.

The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On October 4, Deputy Campbell was dispatched to a burglary in progress in the 2500 block of South Millbend Drive. The suspect, a 28 year old male, had an argument with the tenant and left, returning a short time later using a patio chair to break a window and retrieve a dog from the apartment. The suspect was taken into custody for criminal mischief and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On October 5, Deputy Farrell was dispatched to 9200 Grogan’s Mill Road, in reference to a warrant service. Upon arrival, Deputy Farrell met with the Probation Officer and identified the suspect, a 29 year old male, and confirmed the warrant. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On October 5, Deputy Freeman conducted a traffic stop on Dulcet Hollow. Upon identifying the occupants of the vehicle, Deputy Freeman was notified the passenger, a 31 year old male, had an outstanding warrant from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Pardon and Parole. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On October 5, Deputy Vasquez was dispatched to a welfare check at 2201 Lake Woodlands Drive. Upon arrival, Deputy Vasquez and Deputy Conklin began a search for the subject in question, but only located his bicycle. Sergeant Peckne located the suspect, a 35 year old male, on the west side of a church. The suspect was found to be highly intoxicated and a danger to himself, was subsequently taken into custody for public intoxication, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On October 6, Deputy Fruchtnicht conducted a traffic stop on Branch Crossing at Cranebrook. During the investigation, the driver, a 28 year old male, was found to have seven outstanding warrants for his arrest. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On October 6, Deputy Smith conducted a welfare check on a vehicle at Woodlands Parkway. The driver, a 37 year old male, was found to have marijuana and amphetamines within the vehicle. The suspect was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On October 9, Deputy Bowers was dispatched to a residence on Lacy Oak Circle, in reference to a trespasser in progress. Upon arrival, Deputy Bowers found a former resident passed out in a vehicle in the driveway. The suspect had bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. The suspect was taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

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