• June 24 Officer Finney responded to a Burglary of a Building in the 21300 Block of Hufsmith Kohrville, where upon arrival nothing appeared to be taken.
• June 26 Officer White responded to a Burglary of a Building in the 27400 block of Tomball Pkwy. An animal trap valued at more than $300 was missing.
• June 26 Officer Ramsey arrested an 18-year-old man from Magnolia, for Theft. At approximately 6 p.m., Ramsey responded to a theft in the 27600 block of Tomball Pkwy. and the suspect was arrested without incident.
• June 26 Sgt. Gorman arrested a 31-year-old woman from Tomball, for outstanding warrants and Failure to Identify. At approximately 3:45 p.m., Gorman responded to a theft in the 100 block of McPhail and the suspect provided a false name in an attempt to hide outstanding warrants.
• June 28 Officer White arrested a 46-year-old woman from Tomball, for providing a False Report and Driving with a Suspected License. At approximately 9: 30 a.m., White responded to a vehicle collision in the 600 block of James and discovered that the suspect's driver's license was suspended.
• June 28 Officer Ramsey responded to a Theft in the 27600 block of Tomball Pkwy. A purse containing more than $300 was stolen.
• June 29 Officer Sampson arrested a 28-year-old man from Decatur and an 18-year-old woman from Pinehurst, for Possession of a Controlled Substance. Sampson arrested the male suspect for outstanding warrants in the 1000 block of Village Square and discovered methamphetamine and marijuana in the vehicle and female suspect's purse.
Montgomery Co. Sheriff
• June 25 A Deputy responded to a theft call on FM 2978. During his investigation, the suspect was located and arrested.
• June 25 Deputy LaSalle was dispatched to the Royal Oaks subdivision, in reference to a family violence call. The Deputy met with the complainant, who advised a 31-year-old male had assaulted her as she had tried to end their relationship. The complainant was thrown to the ground by the male and she had a large lump to her knee and one to her elbow. LaSalle placed the male into custody for Assault Causing Bodily Injury.
• June 25 Deputies Crandell and Erickson were dispatched to the Village of Decker Oaks, regarding a family violence call. While on scene a 50-year-old female advised she had not witnessed the disturbance, but had invited her son over to the residence. A check of the female revealed her to have a protective order for the address preventing her from contacting her son. The female was taken into custody for Violation of the Protective Order.
• June 26 Sgt. Gonzales responded to a residence in Hazy Hollow subdivision, for a Welfare Concern. A routine name and date of birth check yielded two warrants on the 32-year-old female. She was taken into custody.
• June 27 Deputy Aaron was traveling west bound on FM 1488, when he observed a female who appeared to be stumbling while walking down the road. Aaron turned around to do a welfare check on her. The female was unsteady on her feet and rambling during her answers to the deputy. Aaron received consent to search her bags and discovered 19 Zoloft pills in a prescription bottle with the label torn off. The 27-year-old female was taken into custody for Possession of Dangerous Drug.
• June 29 Deputy LaSalle was dispatched to Ranch Crest subdivision, regarding family violence. Upon arrival, LaSalle met with a 51-year-old male who asked the deputy to make his wife leave. The wife advised the husband had pulled a knife from his belt and threatened to cut her throat. The husband was taken into custody for Terroristic Threat.
• June 29 Deputy Provenzano was dispatched to the 4600 block of Jackson Road, regarding a disturbance in progress. Upon arrival, the deputy met with a 43-year-old female and her common-law husband. She advised they had been arguing and she had hit him in the face. The husband had blood coming from his nose and had dried blood on his face, chest and hands. The female was taken into custody for Assault Family Violence.
• June 29 Deputy Thomas was dispatched to the Hazy Hollow subdivision, regarding an intoxicated 46-year-old male that was at a residence and would not leave. Thomas advised the male to go home and not to return unless he was sober. The male went home and returned to the residence twice. Thomas placed the subject into custody for Public Intoxication.
• June 30 Deputy Irvine was dispatched to the Pinehurst RV Park, in reference to a 52-year-old male subject throwing lawn chairs into the community pool and causing a disturbance. Upon arrival, Irvine observed the male walking in the parking lot on his cell phone yelling and cussing. The male ad-vised he had been drinking and after determining the male was intoxicated, he was taken into custody for Public Intoxication.
• June 30 Deputy Proven-zano was dispatched to the Sawmill Estates subdivision, in reference to a suspicious person call. A 38-year-old female was knocking on doors asking for a ride. The female was located walking down Elm Trace Drive and was found to have red blood shot eyes and a strong odor of alcohol coming from her breath. Due to the female's intoxication level she was taken into custody for Public Intoxication.
• June 30 Deputy Irvine was dispatched to the Hazy Hollow subdivision regarding a disturbance/assault in pro-gress. Upon arrival, Irvine observed a 19-year-old fe-male and a 20-year-old male in the front yard of a residence in a verbal altercation. The female ran into the residence and the deputy followed, making contact with a 47-year-old female, who was the 20-year-old male's mother. She had blood and scratches on her neck. She said she had asked the 19-year-old female to leave and was assaulted. The 19-year-old female was taken into custody for Felony Assault Family Violence and an active warrant for Theft.