July 29 - Officer White responded to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle in the 14100 block of Buckingham, where a camera valued at $200, a wallet valued at $30 and $20 in cash was stolen.
July 29 - Officer Rodriguez responded to a Burglary of a Habitation in the 900 block of Sutton, where $260 worth of emeralds, $100 worth of personal items and an antique dresser valued at $1,000 was stolen.
July 30 - Detective Chambers responded to a theft in the 1100 block of Brown-Hufsmith and 30000 block of Quinn, where four stop signs valued at $88.52, 12 traffic cones valued at $12.50, a “Stop Ahead” sign valued at $10.63 and two traffic barricades valued at $75.00 were stolen.
July 31 - Corporal Davis responded to a theft in the 1300 block of W. Main, where a metal fuel tank probe valued at $2,500 was stolen.
July 31 - Officer Burns responded to a theft in the 27600 block of Tomball Pkwy., where 93 blu-ray movies were stolen for an estimated loss of $1,949.
July 31 - Officer Patin responded to a Burglary of a Building in the 27600 block of Tomball Pkwy., where 200 used batteries valued at $4,000 were stolen.
July 31 - Officer Barrera arrested a 32-year-old woman and a 35-year-old woman, both from Tomball, for Theft and Failure to Identify. At 7:40 p.m., Barrera responded to a theft in the 27600 block of Tomball Pkwy. and the suspects provided false names and dates of birth during questioning. $408.64 worth of merchandise was recovered by the arrests and warrants were also found for both subjects arrest.
Aug. 1 - Officer Finney responded to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle in the 27900 block of Tomball Pkwy., where a bag valued at $80 and containing $1,500 worth of jewelry, a notebook computer valued at $300 and an iPad valued at $400 was stolen.
Aug. 2 - Officer Rodriguez responded to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle in the 31100 block of Alice, where a GPS unit valued at $200 was stolen.
Aug. 3 - Officer Finney arrested an 18-year-old woman from Tomball for Theft. At 3:50 p.m., Finney responded to a theft in the 27600 block of Tomball Pkwy. and the suspect was arrested without incident. $132.80 worth of merchandise was recovered by the arrest.
Aug. 3 - Officer White arrested a 30-year-old woman from Tomball for Possession of a Controlled Substance. At 10:55 a.m., White arrested the suspect for outstanding warrants in the 30100 block of Tomball Pkwy. During a search incident to arrest, officers discovered soma in the suspect’s possession.
Aug. 3 - Officer Rodriguez responded to a Burglary of a Building in the 14300 Block of FM 2920, where three 32” TVs valued at approximately $329 each, two 19” TVs valued at approximately $279 each, an iPad valued at approximately $1,000, a Kindle valued at approximately $199 a Toshiba Thrive Tablet valued at approximately $349 and a Cruz Tablet valued at approximately $300 were stolen.
Aug. 3 - Officer Tikal responded to a Burglary of a Building in the 14000 block of FM 2920, where suspects broke into the business, but did not steal items.
Aug. 4 - Officer Diaz arrested a 39-year-old man from Houston for Failure to Stop and Give Information at an accident scene. At 11 p.m., Diaz responded to a motor vehicle accident in the 14000 block of FM 2920, where one of the vehicles had driven off. Witnesses pointed out the vehicle and Officer Diaz was able to conduct a traffic stop on the suspect vehicle in the 14000 block of FM 2920. The suspect was arrested after witnesses positively identified him as the driver that fled the scene of the accident.
Aug. 1 - Officer Stanford was dispatched to the 600 block of Magnolia Blvd. for a fraud call. Three fraudulent checks were found to have been passed. A report was generated and forwarded to investigations.
Aug. 1 - Officer Menchaca and Officer Salmassi were dispatched to 31200 Friendship Dr. in reference to a burglary. A report was generated and forwarded to investigations.
Aug. 3 - Officer Menchaca and Officer Salmassi were dispatched to 31200 Friendship Dr. in reference to a motor vehicle accident, where the driver of the striking vehicle left the scene without exchanging information. A report was generated and forwarded to investigations.
Aug. 3 - Sgt. Silliman conducted a traffic stop in the 30700 block of Nichols Sawmill Rd. for speeding. The 29-year-old driver from Conroe was arrested for an open warrant through Montgomery County Sheriff's Department. The male was transported to Montgomery County Jail.
Aug. 5 - Det. Clack conducted a traffic stop in the 400 block of Magnolia Blvd. The driver was cited for possession of synthetic substance, a city ordinance violation and no insurance and the vehicle was towed.
Aug. 6 - Officer J. K. Senegal was dispatched to a burglary in the 17700 block of Rolling Hills in reference to a burglary of a building. A report was generated and forwarded to investigations.
Aug. 7 - Officer Diaz was dispatched to the Regions Bank located on FM 1488 in reference to a Forgery in Progress call. A 19-year-old female from Plantersville was attempting to cash two forged checks. The female was arrested and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
Montgomery Co. Sheriff
July 30 - Deputy Allen conducted a traffic stop and identified the driver as a 23-year-old male. The driver had an active warrant out of Harris County. The warrant was confirmed and Allen placed the subject into custody and transported him to the South County Jail.
Aug. 2 – At 9:45 p.m., Sgt. Russell responded to an address on Cattle Drive in reference to a disturbance between family members. Russell learned that a white male from Magnolia, the complainant’s brother, had pointed a firearm at him during an argument. The suspect was arrested and transported to Montgomery County Jail.
Aug. 3 - while assisting Deputy Peterson with an assault investigation, Deputy Durbin was advised by dispatch that there was an active warrant for a 46-year-old male for a Violation of Bond and Protective Order. The subject was placed into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
Aug. 3 - Deputy Peterson was dispatched to a Theft in the Ranch Crest subdivision. Upon arrival Peterson met with the complainant, a 19-year-old male who advised his cell phone and wallet had been stolen. Upon checking the subject’s identification through dispatch, it was discovered the male had an active felony warrant. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was taken into custody.
Aug. 4 – At 2:35 a.m., Deputy Dowell received a disturbance call on Pecan Hollow Road. Upon arrival, it was learned that one of the suspects, a white male from Magnolia, had and active warrant. The male was placed under arrest and transported to MCSO Jail.
Aug. 4 - While conducting a traffic stop on SH 249, Deputy Durbin learned that the 42-year-old male driver was wanted. The driver was arrested for the Failure to Appear warrant. The passenger, a 46-year-old female, also had an active warrant for speeding.
Aug. 5 - Deputy Pullen and Sgt. Kader were dispatched to Sanders Cemetery Road, in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival the deputies met with the complainant, who advised she had been assaulted by a 25-year-old male. The deputies found him hiding just beyond the back fence in tall grass. The suspect ran from the deputies, but Pullen was able to catch up and arrest him.
Aug. 5 - Deputy Pullen and Sgt. Kader were dispatched to Lonesome Pine Lane. Upon arrival the deputies met with the reportee, who advised a 30-year-old male had demanded her daughter, who was his ex-girlfriend to get into his car and go with him. The suspect took the female’s keys and cell phone away from her and when he returned her home the deputies arrested him for Unlawful Restraint. No one was injured.