• Feb. 25 Officer Tikal arrested a 39-year-old man from Tomball for Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance, a Parole Warrant and a Montgomery County Felony Theft Warrant. His brother, a 22-year-old man from Tomball, was arrested for Hindering Apprehension.
• Feb. 26 Officer Manikas was dispatched to the 1200 block of West Main, for the theft of a back flow preventer valve valued at $1,500.
• Feb. 26 Officer Burns was dispatched to 122 N. Holderrieth, for the theft of an IPhone and case valued $650.
• Feb. 27 At 2:45 a.m.,Sgt. Welch discovered the front door glass shattered at a business in the 700 block of West Main. Another business window in the 1200 block of West Main was also discovered broken.
• Mar. 1 Officer Manikas was dispatched to the 1700 block of Hicks, where it was discovered that the gate chain was cut and a John Deere tractor, loader, rake, hay spear, box blade and trailer were stolen. Total value of stolen property was approximately $38,000.
• Mar. 2 At 8:15 p.m., Officer Ramsey responded to a disturbance in progress in the parking lot of the 27000 block of Tomball Parkway. Officer Hernandez arrested a 48-year-old female from Bellville for Assault - Offensive Contact.
• Mar. 2 Officer Ferguson was dispatched to the 27000 block of Tomball Parkway, for a theft of two phone chargers and a Bluetooth headset missing from a vehicle. The next day the victim called to say that a family member had removed them and they were not stolen.
• Mar. 2 Officer Finney responded to theft report at 920 Lawrence, where a 2008 Pontiac was reported stolen. The next day the victim realized she had parked her car in a different part of the parking lot and had forgotten where she parked it.
• Mar. 1 Officer Diaz conducted a traffic stop in the 300 block of 6th Street. While conducting a field investigation, it was determined that a 56-year-old male driver from Magnolia was intoxicated. Further investigation revealed that the 43-year-old passenger had several outstanding warrants. The driver was taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated and the passenger for the outstanding warrants. Both subjects were transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
• Mar. 2 At 1:40 a.m., Officer Salmassi and Officer Garza were dispatched to 523 Commerce St., in reference to a threat call. While conducting an investigation, a 38-year-old male from Magnolia was arrested for interference with public duties. The male subject was transported to the Montgomery County Jail where he was booked without further incident.
• Mar. 2 Officer Tullis conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Magnolia Boulevard and Sanders Street, for expired motor vehicle inspection. Tullis learned that the driver of the vehicle had an outstanding warrant out of the Tomball Police Department. Tullis also determined that the back passenger was in possession of a controlled substance and the front passenger was intoxicated on methamphetamine. The driver of the vehicle was released to Tomball Police and the passengers were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
• Mar. 2 Officer Brown conducted a traffic stop in the 18600 block of FM 1488 for displaying expired registration. Brown learned that the 27-year-old male driver from Magnolia had an outstanding warrant out of Montgomery County. Brown also found the 50-year-old male passenger to be in possession of marijuana. Both subjects were taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
• Mar. 3 At 4:50 a.m., Officer Garza was dispatched to a theft on Charlie Street. After arriving to the reported location, Garza met with the complainant and generated an offense report. This case was then forwarded to the Criminal Investigations Division.
• Mar. 4 At 3 p.m., Sgt. Silliman was flagged down in the 41100 block of FM 1774, in reference to a criminal mischief. After identifying a 57-year-old male as a suspect, Sgt. Silliman generated an offense report to be referred to the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office. The male subject was then released at the scene.
• Mar. 4 At 2:50 p.m., Sgt. Lopez was dispatched to the intersection of FM 1774 and FM 1488 in reference to a crash between a train and an 18-wheeler. After arriving at the reported location, Lopez conducted a crash investigation and found that no injuries were reported.
• Mar. 4 At 11:40 p.m., Officer Garza was dispatched to McDonald's restaurant, in reference to a theft. After arriving at the reported location, Garza spoke with the complainant and generated an offense report to be forwarded to the Criminal Investigations Division.
• Mar. 5 Detective Clack was dispatched the 18800 block of FM 1488 in reference to a motor vehicle accident. After arriving tothe reported location, Clack conducted a crash investigation and found that no injuries were reported.
• Mar. 5 Officer Diaz conducted a traffic stop in the 18800 block of FM 1488. Diaz found that the 53-year-old male driver from Hockley had identified himself using a fictitious name. The male subject was taken into custody for failure
to identify as a fugitive
and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
• Mar. 5 Detective Clack was dispatched to the 18900 block of FM 1488, in reference to a theft in progress. After arriving at the reported location and initiating a field investigation, the complainant refused to cooperate and requested that no charges be filed against the suspect. A report was generated for information use only.
Montgomery Co. Sheriff
Mar. 1 Deputy Allen stopped a car on SH 249 for driving 98 miles-per-hour in a 50 miles-per-hour zone. The 27-year-old male driver was arrested for reckless driving. During the arrest the deputy noted a smell of marijuana and found what was believed to be marijuana residue inside the suspect's mouth. The suspect was also charged with tampering with evidence.
• Mar. 1 Deputy Sharman was dispatched to the Spring Creek Estates subdivision for a disturbance. Sharman found that two brothers were arguing and one assaulted the other. A 26-year-old was arrested for assault and the deputy found that the suspect also had an active warrant.
• Mar. 3 Sgt. Kader saw a vehicle parked at a closed gas station on Hardin Store Road that was occupied by two females. One of the females, a 19-year-old, was wanted out of Harris County. The suspect was arrested and taken to jail.
• Mar. 3 Deputy Sharman was dispatched to the Hazy Hollow subdivision, in reference to a disturbance. Sharman found one of the persons involved in the disturbance sitting in a vehicle. The suspect was intoxicated, arrested and taken to jail.
• Mar. 4 Deputy Sharman stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver, a 35-year-old male, could not provide proof of insurance and his driver's license was invalid. The driver was arrested and a passenger was arrested that had five traffic warrants.