Series of Still Photos are Released in Burglary of a Building Investigation in Kingwood

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The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying suspects in a series of still photos, in reference to an ongoing burglary of a building investigation.

On Thursday, November 13, at approximately 11:15 PM, two males burglarized a business in the 1700 Block of North Park Drive, in Kingwood, Texas.  The males forced entry by smashing the glass out of the entry/exit door of the business.  The two males then proceeded into the store and attempting to remove the business’s safe.  The two males were unsuccessful, so then attempted to force entry into the safe.  The two males were also unsuccessful at that, so then proceeded to remove a pressure washer from the business before leaving.  The actors were captured on video surveillance inside of the business committing the criminal act.

 

Attached are still photos of the criminal offense while it was occurring.  If you can identify the suspects from the still photos provided or have information regarding the burglary of the building, please contact Detective B. Curtis at 281-577-8943 or Montgomery County Crime Stoppers.

 

Crime Stoppers will pay up to a $1000 cash reward for information leading to an arrest or

indictment of a felony crime. Call 800-392-STOP (7867). Anonymous tips can also be

made through the Montgomery County Crime Stoppers WEB PAGE at

www.montgomerycountycrimestoppers.org.

 

April Sound Residents Safe After Early Morning Fire

 

Fire broke out in the living room of their home while they slept.  Fire Chief credits smoke detectors for preventing tragedy.

Montgomery County, Tx   November 25, 2014:

Lake Conroe Firefighters responded at 5:38 this morning to a residential fire on Springs Edge Drive in April Sound. Two elderly residents were asleep when fire broke out in their living room. They were awakened by the home’s smoke detectors and were able to escape uninjured.

 

The first fire crews arrived within minutes of the initial 911 call and reported heavy fire and smoke conditions in the home. The fire “flashed over” as the Company Officer on the first arriving Engine was completing a 360 degree safety survey, just prior to entering the building.   Flashover occurs when all of the contents in a room or building are heated to the point that they all erupt into flame simultaneously, creating an intense fire that is not survivable, even for firefighters in full protective gear.

 

Lake Conroe Fire Chief Leonard Mikeska credits the home’s smoke detectors for alerting the occupants and giving them time to escape the fire. He pointed out that although Firefighters were on scene in under seven minutes from the time of the initial 911 call, that without working smoke detectors, this fire would likely have turned deadly for the home’s occupants.   Chief Mikeska also noted that early notification and the actions of firefighters led to the fire being brought under control quickly and safely. Lake Conroe Firefighters were assisted by additional crews from the Montgomery and Conroe Fire Departments and the fire was declared under control just 19 minutes after the first 911 call.

 

MCFMO Investigators have determined that the fire originated near a couch in the living room, leading to significant fire and smoke damage throughout the single story home.   Investigators are still working at the scene at this time in an effort to determine the fire’s cause.

 

Tomball Police Weekly Summary Report

TOMBALL POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

November 16, 2014 – November 22, 2014

 ARRESTS:

 

Narcotics Violations:

 

On 11/20/2014, Sgt. Welch arrested a 21 year old man from Magnolia for Possession of Marijuana.  Sgt. Welch conducted a traffic stop in the 28000 block of Tomball Pkwy., and when he searched the vehicle he discovered marijuana.

 

On 11/20/2014, Officer Tikal arrested a 24 year old man from Hockley for Possession of Marijuana and Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon.  Officer Tikal conducted a traffic stop in the 100 block of N. Pine and when she searched the vehicle she discovered marijuana and a pistol.

 

Driving While Intoxicated:

 

On 11/16/2014, Officer Diaz arrested a 48 year old man from Tomball for Driving While Intoxicated.

 

On 11/18/2014, Officer Ramsey arrested a 20 year old man from Tomball for Driving While Intoxicated.

 

On 11/21/2014, Officer Rodriguez arrested a 28 year old man from Houston for Driving While Intoxicated.

 

On 11/21/2014, Officer Rodriguez arrested a 22 year old man from Spring for Driving While Intoxicated.

 

On 11/22/2014, Officer Henagan arrested a 33 year old man from Cypress for Driving While Intoxicated.

 

Theft:

 

On 11/16/2014, Officer Littell arrested a 33 year old man from Brenham for Theft.  Officer Burns responded to a theft in the 27600 block of Tomball Pkwy., and the suspect was arrested after a short chase on foot.

 

On 11/20/2014, Officer Bitz arrested an 18 year old man from Magnolia for Theft.  Officer Bitz responded to a theft in the 14400 block of FM 2920, and the suspect was arrested without incident.

 

Felony Possession of a Weapon:

 

On 11/16/2014, Officer Sampson arrested a 31 year old man and a 29 year old woman, both from Tomball, for Felony Possession of a Weapon.  Officer Sampson conducted a traffic stop in the 900 block of Baker St., and when the vehicle was searched, Officer Sampson discovered two pistols.  

 

Failure to ID:

 

On 11/17/2014, Officer Sampson arrested a 27 year old man from Tomball for Failure to Identify Fugitive from

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Weekly Summary Report

 District 1 – Lt. Jim Fleming (North County)

 A 48 year old female from Willis was arrested at 10:11pm, November 18, and taken to jail from a location on Arbor Oak, by Deputy J. Henson, for an identity theft warrant.

A 23 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 1:30am, November 19, and taken to jail from a location on McComb Road, by Deputy T. Lambert, for two misdemeanor traffic warrants.

On November 19, Deputies J. Merlos and Z. Winford were sent to a location on Buckskin Drive, in reference to a family violence assault.  The Deputies met with a male and a female, both being complainants, against their son who had been belligerent to each and had assaulted them both. The 18 year old male from Willis was arrested at 7:20pm and transported to jail.

On November 19, Deputy K. Wakefield responded to a location on Timberline Estates Drive, in reference to an assault. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised she and a male had gotten into an argument and the male had struck her on the mouth with a closed fist. He then grabbed a pistol and threatened to kill her as well as himself. The 45 year old male from Willis was arrested at 11:45pm.  In addition to the assault, the male was also arrested for an outstanding warrant for assault by contact.  The male was taken to jail.

Two males, ages 28 and 32, from Conroe, were arrested at 4:06pm, November 21, and taken to jail from a location on Magnolia Bend Drive, by Deputy J. Bourne, who was assisting DPS and  the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team on serving parole violation warrants out of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice on both males.

A 34 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 1:28pm, November 22, and taken to jail from a location on Browder Traylor Road, by Deputy K. Berger, for a theft warrant and a burglary of a habitation warrant, both out of Walker County.

On November 22, Deputy T. Lambert stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on North Frazier Street. The male driver was found to be intoxicated. The 48 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 10:54pm, charged with driving while intoxicated, and transported to jail.

A 27 year old male from Willis was arrested at 12:21am, November 23, and taken to jail from a location on Pegasus Drive, by Deputy J. Henson, for two misdemeanor warrants.

A 34 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 1:29pm, November 23, and taken to jail from a location on River Plantation Drive, by Deputy A. Lamphier, for two misdemeanor warrants.

A 38 year old male from Cleveland was arrested at 11:42pm, November 23, and taken to jail from a location on Highway 105 East, by Deputy T. Lambert, for a motion to revoke probation warrant.

 

 

District 2 – Lt. Bill Bucks (South County)

 

On November 3, 2014 at 1622 hours, Deputy Dishman was dispatched near the 1020 block of Sawdust Road, in reference to a shoplifter. A 40 year old female from Spring was arrested and charged with theft.

On November 13, 2014 at 0125 hours, Deputy Macias, responded near the 5400 block of FM 1488, in reference to a disturbance in progress. A 25 year old male from Magnolia was arrested for public intoxication.

On November 17, 2014 at 2326 hours, Deputy Lopez-Carpenter was dispatched near the 25400 block of Borough Park, in reference to an attempt to locate of a vehicle involved in a disturbance. Deputy Lopez-Carpenter spotted the vehicle and activated his emergency equipment, to which the suspect vehicle sped away. The Deputy was assisted by Deputy Vercher and was able to stop, arrest, and charge the 29 year old female from Spring with eluding.

On November 18, 2014 at 2329 hours, Deputy Macias responded to a disturbance call near the 25400 block of Borough Park Drive. A 21 year old male was arrested for fleeing and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On November 19, 2014 at 0945 hours, Deputy Meredith was dispatched near the 6000 block of FM 1488, in reference to a disturbance in progress. A 23 year old male from Montgomery was arrested on an active warrant for theft.

On November 15, 2014, Deputy Bible, while on a traffic stop near the 25200 block of Borough Park, arrested a 27 year old female on an active warrant for failure to appear out of Montgomery County.

On November 20, 2014 at 0250 hours, Deputy McClintock, while on patrol near the 2900 block of Rayford Road, observed a vehicle unable to maintain lanes. After an investigation, a 23 year old female was arrested for driving while intoxicated and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On November 21, 2014 at 0314 hours, Deputy McClintock, while on patrol near the 2600 block of Rayford Road, stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation. A 22 year old male from Spring was arrested for possession of marijuana and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On November 21, 2014 at 2127 hours, Deputy Lopez-Carpenter, while on patrol near the 300 block of Rayford Road, stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation. After further investigation, dispatch advised the 22 year old male from Conroe had five active warrants out of the Oak Ridge Police Department. The suspect was arrested and transported to jail.

On November 22, 2014 at 0341 hours, Deputy Macias, while on patrol near the intersection of Research Forest and Cats Cradle, observed a male sleeping while his vehicle was parked running on the street. After an investigation, a 52 year old male from The Woodlands was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.

On November 22, 2014 at 1450 hours, Deputy Ortiz stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation near the intersection of Brookhaven and Rayford Road. Dispatch advised the 27 year old male driver from Spring had an active failure to appear warrant out of Montgomery County.  The male was arrested without incident.

On November 22, 2014 at 0209 hours, Deputy Lopez-Carpenter was dispatched near the 24900 block of Interstate 45 North, in reference to a disturbance call. A 30 year old female from Richmond Texas was arrested for public intoxication.

On November 23, 2014 at 0102 hours, Deputy Lopez-Carpenter was dispatched near the 25600 block of Interstate 45 North, in reference to a disturbance call. A 19 year old male from Spring was arrested on an order of arrest warrant out of Montgomery County.

On November 23, 2014 at 0728 hours, Deputy Ortiz was dispatched near the 25500 block of Brookhaven, in reference to a welfare concern. A 26 year old male was arrested for driving while intoxicated. The suspect gave the Deputy a false name and was also charged with failure to identify. Dispatch also advised that the suspect had an active warrant for reckless driving.

On November 23, 2014 at 1536 hours, Deputy Christensen was dispatched near the 1000 block of Sawdust Road, in reference to a shoplifter. A 19 year old male was arrested for theft and transported to the Montgomery County jail.

On November 24, 2014 at 0244 hours, Deputy Vercher was dispatched near the 9200 block of Pinecroft Drive, in reference to an assault. A 24 year old male from Conroe was arrested for assault.

 District 3 – Lt. Joe Senn (East County)

 

On November 17, Deputy O’Connor was dispatched to the Porter Walmart, where a shoplifter was in custody.  Upon arrival, a 19 year old female was found to have concealed various make-up and clothes into a child’s diaper bag and then attempted to leave the store without paying for the items.  Loss Prevention stopped the female from leaving and she was taken into custody upon the Deputies arrival. The theft was over $80 of merchandise.

On November 20, Deputy Cooke was dispatched to a vehicle crash in the 23600 Block of Highway 59, where a truck hit a guard rail.  Upon his arrival, Deputy Cooke observed the 18 year old male driver having a hard time keeping his balance and having slurred speech.  Deputy Cooke also advised the male had a distinct odor of marijuana about his person.  After an investigation, the male was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.  He was given a $5,000 bond.

On November 20, Deputy Lawless was dispatched to the 23600 block of Manion Oaks, in reference an assault call. Upon arrival, it was found a 39 year old male had taken a pot of hot water and threw it onto a female during an argument.  The male was arrested for assault and transported to jail.

On November 21, Deputy Combs was on a traffic stop where he observed several open containers of alcoholic beverages next to the driver.  After an investigation, the male was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.

On November 22, Deputy Hall made a traffic stop on a vehicle on highway 59 near FM 1314. Upon contact with the driver and passenger, Deputy Hall advised he smelled an overwhelming distinct odor of marijuana emitting from inside the vehicle. The driver and passenger were removed from the vehicle and detained. The marijuana was located on the passenger and he was

taken into custody and transported to jail without incident.

On November 22, Deputy Jordan responded to a suspicious vehicle at a closed business in the 24300 block of Sorters Road.  Upon arrival, Deputy Jordan advised the 18 year old passenger in the vehicle had marijuana on the seat and around him.  The passenger was detained.  It was then discovered the passenger had a grinder, scales, and one ounce of marijuana.  He was charged with possession of marijuana and transported to jail.

On November 22, Deputy Cantu made a traffic stop on a vehicle swerving into oncoming traffic in the 23900 block of FM 1485.  Upon contact with the 30 year old male driver, Deputy Cantu advised he could smell the odor of alcoholic beverage on the driver’s breath.  After an investigation, the driver was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.

On November 22, Deputy O’Connor was dispatched to a vehicle stuck in the ditch in the 13200 block of Tommy Smith Road.  Upon arrival, Deputy O’Connor could smell the odor of an alcohol beverage on the driver’s breath.  After an investigation, the 44 year old male driver was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.

On November 23, Deputy Amstutz was dispatched to the 1600 block of Pinewood Drive, in reference a family violence call. Upon his arrival, it was learned a 41 year old male threw a metal can at his 69 year old father, which struck him in the chest area where he recently had surgery causing him severe pain.  The 41 year old male was arrested for assault with bodily injury to the elderly and transported to jail.

Three other people were arrested clearing five warrants.

 

District 4 – Lt. Allison Amundson (West County)

 

On November 23rd, Deputy Sharman was dispatched to the intersection of State Highway 249 and Sentinel Oaks, in reference to a warrant service.   Dispatch had advised that Tomball Police had a 22 year old male detained at this intersection, who had two warrants through Montgomery County.  The Deputy arrived on scene, confirmed the warrants and placed him into custody.

 

On November 23rd, Deputy Lawson was working a motor vehicle accident at 205 Hall Street in Montgomery.    While doing an inventory of the vehicle before it was towed, a vacuum bag containing marijuana was located in the center console.  The operator of the vehicle, a 17 year old male, was taken in to custody for possession of marijuana.

 

On November 22nd, Deputy Lawson was dispatched to the Oakwood Acres subdivision, in reference to a

disturbance call.  Upon arrival, the Deputy met with the complainant who advised she heard her son yelling and calling her grandson names.  When she confronted him, he grabbed a dining room chair and shoved it across the kitchen, hitting her in the back of the legs causing her to fall.  The 34 year old male was taken into custody for assault.

 

On November 21st, Deputy Aaron made contact with a 24 year old male who was sitting in his vehicle in the parking lot of the Grand Oaks neighborhood Pool and Fitness Center.  Dispatch advised the male had two warrants for failure to appear and assault.  The Deputy placed him into custody for the warrants.

 

On November 19th, Deputy Aaron observed a vehicle traveling southbound on FM 1774 speeding and conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of FM 1774 and Woodtrace Blvd.   The Deputy made contact with the 25 year old female who was driving and a 26 year old male in the passenger seat.  While conducting an investigation, marijuana was discovered inside the vehicle.  At the completion of the investigation, the male passenger was taken into custody for possession of marijuana and the female driver was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Harris County for theft.

 

On November 19th, Deputy Lawson conducted a traffic stop on Hardin Store Road, on a red pick-up for a defective tail light.  The Deputy made contact with 25 year old male who was driving.  The male did not have a valid driver’s license and asked if his father-in-law could come and pick up the vehicle.  The 44 year old male arrived on scene and was shown to have an active warrant out of Pardon and Parole.  He was taken into custody for the warrant.

 

On November 18th, Deputy Sharman was dispatched to the 32000 block of Dobbin Huffsmith, in reference to an assault.  Upon arrival, the Deputy made contact with the complainant who advised his 34 year old son had pushed him to the ground and when he had gotten up, his son had grabbed him again and threw him to the ground injuring him.  The 34 year old son was placed into custody for assault.

 

On November 17th, Deputy Sharman observed a vehicle traveling northbound on State Highway 249, which failed to signal a lane change.   The Deputy initiated a traffic stop and made contact with the 29 year old male who was driving and a 23 year old female in the passenger seat.  During an investigation, multiple pills were found inside the female’s purse, inside a baggie.  The female was taken into custody for felony possession of a controlled substance.

District 5 – Lt. Gary Welch   (Northwest County)

 

On 11/11/14, Sergeant West conducted a traffic stop on Walden Road. A 31 year old male was arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.

On 11/15/14, Deputy Pankratz responded to a narcotics call in the 15000 block of Highway 105 West. Two males were arrested for possession of marijuana.

On 11/17/14, Deputies Thomas and Jackson assisted with a traffic stop in the 5700 block of Highline Road. A 28 year old male was arrested on an active warrant.

On 11/18/14, Deputy Leverston responded to a disturbance in the 20000 block of Parkway Lane. A 55 year old male was arrested on an active warrant.

On 11/18/14, Deputy Toliver responded to a disturbance in the 8500 block of Felder Lane. A 25 year old male was arrested on active warrants.

On 11/18/14, Deputy Toliver responded to a call for service in the 19200 block of Keenan Cutoff Road. A 27 year old male was arrested on active warrants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Offers Seasonal Safety Tips for Shopping

With the holiday shopping season approaching, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office would like to provide some seasonal safety tips for individuals shopping this upcoming season:

  • Always lock your motor vehicle, whether at a store or at home.
  • Never leave valuables or a purse in sight inside of your vehicle unattended. If you have to store them in a vehicle unattended, put them in the trunk, in a hidden storage space, and if possible store them before you get to your destination.
  • When possible, avoid driving and shopping alone or at night.
  • If you shop at night, park in a well-lit area.
  • Always pay attention and be aware of your surroundings, especially when approaching your vehicle.
  • Park as close as you can to your destination and take notice of where you park your vehicle.
  • Never leave your car unoccupied with the motor running or with children inside.
  • When shopping in crowded stores and malls, keep track of your cellphone, purse, wallet, and purchases.
  • Carry your purse close to your body. Do not leave your purse in a shopping cart, in a stroller, or place it on top of your vehicle.
  • Have your keys in your hand when you approach your vehicle.

If you witness or see any suspicious activity, please contact the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office or the local law enforcement provider.

Vehicle Criminals Prepare To Shop!

(Montgomery County, TX)  The holiday season is upon us!  And just as we prepare for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and visiting the malls and shopping centers, thieves are also preparing to shop . . . . . in your vehicle!

The Texas Auto Burglary and Theft Prevention Authority (ABTPA), a division of the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, reminds drivers that a vehicle is burglarized every two minutes and stolen every eight minutes in the state. These crimes can escalate during the holiday season when drivers frequently shop for gifts and travel to visit friends and family.  During these times, drivers are more likely to leave belongings within view inside vehicles.  The hustle and bustle of the season may also cause drivers to become negligent in locking doors and taking keys. To make matters worse, a thief won’t necessarily stop with taking your vehicle and the things inside.  They may also look for personal documents and items that can help them steal your identity or gain access to your home, where they can burglarize additional property.  In other words, the theft or burglary of your vehicle may simply be a gateway to the commission of additional crimes.

“Auto burglars are more likely to scout malls, shopping centers, entertainment venues, hotels, and other business parking lots this time of year looking for opportunities to break into vehicles,” said Lieutenant Joe Sclider, Program Director for the Montgomery County Auto Theft Task Force. “Drivers need to understand that almost anything they leave inside their vehicles can be valuable to a thief.  And when vehicles are left unlocked and unattended, drivers are inviting thieves to walk away with everything they see inside, which often includes gifts, purses, wallets, packages, electronics, suitcases, garage door openers, keys, and personal information,”

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, thieves committed 214,294 acts of vehicle burglary and stole 65,671 vehicles in Texas during 2013.  In some jurisdictions, more than half of the vehicles stolen had unlocked doors and keys left inside.  But drivers can avoid becoming part of these statistics.  The ABTPA and its 29 vehicle crime task forces in Texas promote a basic vehicle crime prevention philosophy:  “Protect It, It’s Yours.”  Motorists should practice three basic safety tips to help prevent theft and burglary during the holidays and throughout the year: remove belongings from view, secure vehicles, and never leave keys inside.  In addition to practicing these prevention methodologies, drivers should park in areas that are well-lit, near surveillance cameras (if available), and near heavy foot and vehicle traffic. The more thieves feel threatened by detection, the less likely they are to focus on targets in such areas.

The Texas Auto Theft Prevention Authority (ATPA) was created by the Texas Legislature in 1991 to fund programs to reduce vehicle thefts.  The passing of House Bill 1887 in 2007 expanded the scope of the agency to include automobile burglary and added that term to the Authority’s title.  For more information on the ABTPA, auto burglary, vehicle theft, prevention, statistics, contacts for any of ABTPA’s 29 Texas vehicle crime task forces, public service information, or to schedule a presentation by task force personnel, call 800-CAR-WATCH or visit the ABTPA website at www.txwatchyourcar.com.

 

Sam Houston Area Boy Scout Council Celebrated a Century of Service

BOY SCOUTS PICTURE ONEBOY SCOUTS PICTURE TWO

 

 

Magnolia, TX – November 24, 2014 – In the Magnolia area alone Boy Scout troops and others logged over 1200 hours to do their part to help the Sam Houston Area Council  (SHAC) to celebrate a “Century of Service.”  To commemorate this milestone, the SHAC troops and packs planned projects to be implemented on November 15th with the goal of logging in more than 100,000 hours of service across the 16 1/2 counties in that service area on that one day.

 

In the greater Magnolia area, two of the significant projects that were done involved over 300 volunteers working hard on a cold, blustery day.

 

 

Montgomery County Lake Creek Preserve

 

The Montgomery County Lake Creek Preserve between the Montgomery Trace and Woodforest developments saw Scouts from seven Troops and two Packs logging a total of 600 hours.  Four Boy Scouts worked on their Eagle projects in the preserve this day and the projects included completion of the Creek Loop Trail, installation of the first section of interpreted nature guide posts and completion of 110 feet of wetland boardwalk.   Scout units participating included Troops 233,204,351,889,1065,1180, and 1323 and Cub Scout Packs 920 and 883.

 

The Lake Creek Preserve is a cooperative effort between Keep Montgomery County Beautiful, the East 1488 Community Association, Montgomery County Precinct 2 and area Boy Scouts  The completed trail in the Preserve winds through about 1.5 miles of bottomland habitats and prthe installed nature guide posts provide education information for hikers about the value and diversity of the area.

 

 

 

 

Unity Park

In Unity Park on the west side of Magnolia, over 180 scouts of all ages and their parents, leaders and siblings worked for the day on various projects to improve the park.

 

Ninety Scouts and adults from Troops 1048, 1488, and 469 consisting of older scouts provided the muscle and heavy labor to clear a new loop wilderness trail and to repair existing gravel paths.  While clearing the new trail, they hauled out over a ton of trash including tires, refrigerators, TVs and much more.  They also removed invasive trees from the existing path areas.

 

Ninety-five scouts and others from Packs 1043, 1044, 12, 406, and 469 participated in projects throughout the park.  They planted trees at the lake and flowers at the Pavilion.  Everyone pitched in to build a flower bed around the newly installed gazebo at the lake and to plant flowers and trees there.  Cub Scouts from these Packs worked hard throughout the park to pick up litter after learning about the dangers of litter to wildlife and what can be recycling and why.  About half of the litter they picked up was segregated for recycling.  In addition, recycling bins were assembled and placed in the picnic area near the Pavilion.

 

Plants and trees were donated by Keep Montgomery County Beautiful and the recycling bins were purchased through a grant from Union Pacific Railroad.