• Nov. 4 - Detective Smith arrested an 18-year-old man from Tomball for Burglary. At 1:10 p.m., Smith responded to a Burglary of a Building in the 900 block of Baker and the suspect was identified by a witness.
• Nov. 5 - Officer Ramsey responded to a theft in the 27900 block of Johnson Rd., where a cell phone valued at $600 was stolen.
• Nov. 6 - Officer Burns arrested a 24-year-old woman from Plantersville for Theft. At 6 p.m., Burns responded to a theft in the 28500 block of Tomball Pkwy and the suspect was arrested without incident. $77.37 worth of merchandise was recovered by the arrest.
• Nov. 6 - Tomball officers responded to two Burglaries of a Motor Vehicle in the 600 block of James, where a Monitor valued at $210, a Universal Tool valued at $80 and credit cards, were stolen from one vehicle and a radio faceplate valued at $300, a tool box containing $200 worth of assorted tools, two wallets containing personal items, two purses, a
tape recorder and two cell phones were stolen from
the second vehicle for an estimated loss of $1,140.
• Nov. 6 - Officer Burns responded to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle in the 29900 block of Tomball Pkwy., where witnesses observed suspects attempting to burglarize or steal a vehicle. $600 worth of damage was inflicted upon the vehicle before the suspects fled the scene.
• Nov. 6 - Officer Ramsey responded to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle in the 300 block of Belmont, where a pistol valued at $275 and $5 in cash was stolen.
• Nov. 6 - Detective Smith responded to a theft in the 1300 block of Ulrich, where a bicycle valued at $1,000 was stolen.
• Nov. 7 - Officer Sampson responded to an Automobile Theft in the 900 block of Lawrence, where a Buick LaSabre valued at $5,000 was stolen.
• Nov. 8 - Officer Barrera arrested a 26-year-old man from Spring for Possession of Marijuana and Possession of a Controlled Substance. At 9:10 p.m., Barrera made contact with a suspicious person the 28500 block of Tomball Pkwy. During a search incident to arrest, Barrera discovered marijuana, xanax, suboxone and cycobezaprine in the suspect's purse.
• Nov. 9 - Officer Manickas arrested a 30-year-old woman from Tomball for Theft and Child Endangerment. At 10 a.m., Manickas responded to a theft in progress in the 27600 block of Tomball Pkwy. and discovered that the suspect had fled on foot, abandoning a minor child inside the store when she fled. The suspect was located within minutes and $31.37 worth of merchandise was recovered. The child was released to her family.
• Nov. 9 - Detective Smith arrested a 30-year-old man from Tomball for Aggravated Robbery, which occurred in the 28700 block of Tomball Pkwy. During an investigation, Smith re-ceived information which led to the suspect's arrest after witnesses identified his photo in a line up.
• Nov. 9 - Officer Barrera arrested a 29-year-old man from Magnolia for Display of a Fictitious or Counterfeit Inspection Sticker. At 8:15 p.m., Barrera conducted a traffic stop in the 14000 block of FM 2920 and observed a fictitious inspection sticker displayed on the vehicle.
• Nov. 9 - Officer Ferguson responded to a Burglary of a Habitation in the 1000 block of Village Square. A watch valued at $105 was stolen.
• Nov. 9 - Officer Gorman responded to a theft in the 27700 block of Tomball Pkwy., where a cell phone, wallet, keys and a prescription bottle were stolen.
• Nov. 10 - Officer Hill responded to a theft in the 30700 block of Ulrich, where $5,000 worth of copper wire was stolen.
• Nov. 10 - Officer Tikal responded to a theft in
the 27100 block of Tom-
ball Pkwy., where $2,500 worth of copper wire was stolen.
Montgomery Co. Sheriff
• Nov. 6 - Deputy Allen was dispatched to South Hall Drive in reference to a welfare check. Upon arrival, Allen met with the complainant who advised her 19 and 20-year-old sons had been drinking and damaged her home, but they had run from the house when they saw the deputy. Both suspects came out of the woods nearby, but on the property of another and were arrested for Public Intoxication.
• Nov. 6 - Deputy Pullen was dispatched to Helene Court in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, Pullen met with the complainant who advised his wife had come home intoxicated and slammed the lid of a lap top on his fingers. Pullen placed the 40-year-old female in custody for Assault.
• Nov. 7 - At 9:45 p.m., Deputy Wilkerson was dispatched to an address on Wedgewood in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, it was learned that a male from Magnolia had assaulted two people. The male was arrested for Assault and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
• Nov. 8 - Deputy Thomas conducted a traffic stop and spoke with the 22-year-old male driver. The deputy could smell an odor of marijuana from the vehicle. Thomas found a small plastic bag of marijuana in the suspect's shoe. He placed the suspect into custody for Possession of Marijuana.
• Nov. 10 - Deputy Brummett was dispatched to Single Tree Lane in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, Brummett met with a 57-year-old male who told the deputy that there was a warrant for his arrest. The deputy found that the suspect was wanted for Driving While Intoxicated and placed him into jail.
• Nov. 13 - Deputy Crandell was dispatched to Alford Road in reference to a criminal trespass. Dispatch advised a 32-
year-old male was on location trespassing. Upon arrival, the subject was lying on a bench in the gated backyard of the residence. The homeowner arrived on location and advised he wanted to press charges. The subject was taken into custody.
• Nov. 13 - Deputy Irvine observed a vehicle traveling south on FM 1774 in the area of Misty Meadow. Irvine attempted to conduct a traffic stop, but the driver continued driving and finally pulled into a residential driveway in Hunters Retreat. The driver provided a name and birth date of his brother, but finally told the deputy his real name. Irvine found that the suspect was wanted for two felony warrants and one misdemeanor warrant. Irvine placed the 21-year-old into custody for the warrants and Failure
to Identify/Fugitive from Justice.