• Oct. 28 - Officer Smith arrested a 24-year-old man from Tomball for Possession of Marijuana. At 9:45 a.m., Smith arrested the suspect for Assault Family Violence, which occurred in the 300 block of Belmont. During a search, Smith discovered marijuana in the suspect's apartment and upon questioning, discovered he had hidden a larger bag of marijuana behind a dumpster in the 1500 block of South Cherry.
• Oct. 28 - Officer Sampson arrested a 32-year- old man from Cortez, Colo., for Possession of a Controlled Substance. At 9:45 p.m., Sampson responded to a suspicious person call in the 100 block of Market St. The suspect was transported by Northwest EMS to Tomball Regional Medical Center for observation, where Sampson observed a syringe fall from the suspect's pants and the contents tested positive for methamphetamine..
• Oct. 29 - Officer Garza responded to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle that occurred in the 14000 block of FM 2920, where a purse valued at $25, containing a ring valued at $150 and assorted personal items were stolen.
• Oct. 29 - Officer Rodriguez responded to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle in the 13700 block of Alice, where a bag valued at $70 and containing assorted clothing was stolen.
• Oct. 29 - Officer Finney responded to a theft in the 29800 block of Tomball Pkwy, where a license plate valued at $40 was stolen.
• Oct. 30 - Detective Yoho arrested a 32-year-old man from Houston for Failure to Comply - Sex Offender. Upon an investigation to verify offender addresses within the City of Tomball, it was discovered that the suspect had moved out of the city sixth months earlier and failed to register his new address with the state.
• Oct. 30 - Tomball officers responded to an Aggravated Robbery in the 1400 block of W. Main, where two suspects robbed employees at gunpoint, stealing $3,900 in cash before fleeing the scene.
• Oct. 30 - Officer Davis arrested a 27-year-old woman from Tomball and a 37-year-old man from Houston for Failure to ID - Fugitive. At 4:45 p.m., Davis made contact with two suspicious subjects in the 500 block of Graham and upon questioning, both suspects provided false names and dates of birth in an attempt to avoid arrest for open warrants.
• Oct. 30 - Officer Ramsey responded to a theft in the 14000 block of FM 2920, where an iPhone valued at $649.99 and a second iPhone valued at $549.99 were stolen.
• Oct. 31 - Officer Manickas responded to an Automobile Theft in the 14000 block of FM 2920, where a Ford F-350 valued at 25,000 was stolen.
• Nov. 3 - Officer Manickas arrested a 26-year-old man from Magnolia for Theft. At 10:30 a.m., Manickas responded to a theft in the 14200 block of FM 2920 and the suspect was arrested without incident. $249.99 worth of merchandise was recovered by the arrest.
• Nov. 2 - Officer Manickas responded to a Burglary of a Building in the 500 block of Malone, where a cash register valued at around $400 was stolen.
• Nov. 2 - Officer Hernandez responded to a theft in the 28500 block of Tomball Pkwy., where a suspect attempted to steal $188.25 worth of merchandise before she fled the scene.
• Oct. 29 - Officer Day met with a local business owner in regards to fraudulent checks used from their business accounts. A report was generated and forwarded to investigations.
• Oct. 30 - Detective Clack conducted a traffic stop in the 18500 block of FM 1488. The 36-year-old male driver from Plantersville was arrested for the Possession of Marijuana. The driver was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
• Oct. 30 - Detective Clack conducted a traffic stop in the 18500 block of Buddy Riley. The 54-year-old male driver from Magnolia was arrested for the Possession of a Controlled Substance, for methamphetamine. The driver was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
• Oct. 31 - Officer Stanford conducted a traffic stop in the 38000 block of FM 1774. The passenger stated that he had a firearm in the vehicle, although he did not want officers to check the vehicle. Sgt. Silliman was requested to bring K-9 Faust to the scene. K-9 alerted on a backpack inside the vehicle. Inside the backpack the officers located methamphetamines along with a handgun. The 40-year-old passenger from Hockley was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance and unlawful carry of a firearm.
Mont. Co. Sheriff
• Oct. 31 - Deputy Allen responded to a disturbance in the Brushy Oaks Subdiv-ision. After identifying all individuals, it was discovered that a 29-year-old male on scene had an active warrant out of Harris County. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was taken into custody.
• Nov. 2 - Deputy Zavorski was dispatched to a criminal mischief on Glenda Drive. Upon arriving, the deputy spotted four males running from him. All four were ultimately caught with the help of other deputies. A 17-year-old male from Magnolia and three juveniles were taken into custody for Criminal Mischief and Evading.
• Nov. 2 - Deputy Provenzano was dispatched to Nichols Sawmill Road in reference to a disturbance. The deputy was told that a 43-year-old male had broken windows and put dents in several vehicles with a baseball bat. The suspect was taken into custody for Criminal Mischief.
• Nov. 2 - Deputy Provenzano, while at a disturbance, saw a wallet in the ditch. The deputy found a plastic baggie containing several xanax pills inside the wallet. Looking at the driver's license inside the wallet, the deputy identified a 22-year-old that was involved in the disturbance. Marijuana was found in the pocket of the suspect. The suspect was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and marijuana.
• Nov. 3 - Deputy Thomas was dispatched to Kayla Lane in reference a disturbance. Upon arrival, Thomas met with a 30-year-old male that advised his landlord wanted him to move out. No crime had occurred, but upon a warrant check the male was found to have an active warrant. The warrant was confirmed and he was taken into custody.
• Nov. 3 - Deputy Irvine was dispatched to the Sonoma Ridge subdivision in reference to an intoxicated 23-year-old male knocking on doors. Multiple calls had been received and Irvine was able to locate the subject sitting in a vehicle. The car was damaged and the airbags deployed. The male had to be assisted to get out of the car and he was unsteady on his feet and smelled of alcohol. Irvine put the suspect in the patrol car and the suspect began to kick the vehicle and then kicked the deputy several times. Two Magnolia Firefighters assisted Irvine in gaining control of the suspect. The suspect was charged with Assault on Public Servant/Peace Officer.
• Nov. 3 - Deputy Crandell was dispatched to Pinehurst Loop in reference to a criminal trespass. Upon arrival, Crandell met with the complainant, who advised her daughter had come on her property after a Criminal Trespass Warning had been issued. The 33-year-old female was taken into custody for Criminal Trespass.
• Nov. 4 - Deputy Zavorski was dispatched to Egypt Lane on a welfare check. Upon arrival, he observed a male who showed signs of intoxication. A 31-year-old male from Carson City, Nev. was arrested for Public Intoxication.
• Nov. 4 - Deputy Crandell was dispatched to a welfare check on Nichols Sawmill Road. It was determined that there was no offense, however a 43-year-old male on the scene had an active warrant.
• Nov. 4 - Deputy Crandell was dispatched to a welfare check on Hardin Store Road. A 35-year-old male was passed out in a vehicle on the side of the road in a ditch. After performing a standard field sobriety test on the subject he was arrested and taken to jail.
For the month of October, 2012 the jail division reported 1,907 total bookings into the Montgomery County Jail, as well as 1,907 total releases, for a daily average of 61.5.