West Harris County Serial Robber Arrested

(HOUSTON, TX) – HCSO deputies have arrested a man believed to be responsible for at least one dozen robberies in west Harris County. Investigators say Kaleb Robertson robbed at gunpoint numerous Katy-area businesses in the last month, including fast food restaurants and gas stations. Robertson, 18, may be responsible for several other robberies in the Houston area. His photo is attached. See something? Say something! iWatchHarrisCounty is the HCSO’s free mobile phone app that allows the public to report suspicious persons and/or activity anonymously, anywhere, any time. For more information please visit www.iWatchHarrisCounty.com. We watch Harris County and so should you.

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Imogene Giesinger Elementary Recognized at Board Meeting

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City of Conroe Mayor, Mr. Webb Melder, presented Imogene Giesinger Elementary principal, Mrs. Becky Page, with a proclamation at the October Board of Trustees meeting in honor of the school being one of twenty-five Texas schools recognized by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan as a National Blue Ribbon Exemplary High Performing School for 2014.

 

The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors public and private elementary, middle, and high schools where students either achieve very high learning standards or are making notable improvements in closing the achievement gap. The award affirms the hard work of students, educators, families and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging content.

 

The U.S. Department of Education invites National Blue Ribbon School nominations from the top education official across the country. The U.S. Secretary of Education then invites nominated schools to participate in a rigorous application process for possible recognition as a National Blue Ribbon School.  The Department will honor 287 public and 50 private schools at a recognition ceremony in November in Washington, D.C.

 

Dr. Cathy Gibson, Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education, introduced Mr. Melder, who presented the proclamation to Principal Becky Page.

 

Conroe ISD Bands Earn Superior Ratings

Conroe Independent School District high school bands participated in the UIL Region 9 Marching Band Competition on Tuesday, October 21 at Woodforest Bank Stadium. For the third year in a row, each of the District’s five high school bands received Superior ratings.

UIL alternates advancement opportunities each year. This year, 6A bands have the opportunity to advance. The Woodlands College Park High School, Conroe High School, Oak Ridge High School and The Woodlands High School each advanced and will perform at the preliminary round of the Area F Marching Contest at the Galena Park ISD Athletic Stadium this Saturday, October 25, 2014. The bands are scheduled to march at the following times:

 

College Park HS         11:15 am

Oak Ridge HS            3:45 pm

Conroe HS                       4:45 pm

The Woodlands HS                5:15 pm

Harris County Sheriff Office’s Featured Fugitives of the Week

The following fugitives are wanted as of October 23, 2014:

You can view their photos here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/w04zxplxxwh30ji/AADGd7gpMq5VMwpq19dvyXvea?dl=0

Jeffries, Caress Black Female DOB 02-13-90 5’7″ / 115 lbs Brown eyes / Brown hair Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Smith, Kendrick Black Male DOB 10-10-91 5’6″ / 140 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Robbery-Bodily Injury

Servin, Feleshia White Female DOB 01-07-88 5’7″ / 140 lbs Brown eyes / Brown hair Robbery-Bodily Injury
Smith, Henry Black Male DOB 05-15-61 5’9″ / 150 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Aggravated Assault-Family Member

Soler, Eduardo Black Male DOB 07-21-70 5’7″ / 180 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Aggravated Assault-Family Member

Bogany, Lonnie Black Male DOB 07-11-92 5’9″ / 152 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Aggravated Robbery with a Deadly Weapon

Etheridge, Dejaune Black Male DOB 09-06-90 6’0″ / 142 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Aggravated Robbery with a Deadly Weapon

Robles, Prudencio Hispanic Male DOB 04-28-63 5’2″ / 170 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child

Rincon, Ender White Male DOB 10-31-77 5’8″ / 190 lbs Blue eyes / Blonde hair Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child

Hines, Kristopher Black Male DOB 02-03-91 5’10” / 248 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Robbery-Bodily Injury

You can view their photos here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/w04zxplxxwh30ji/AADGd7gpMq5VMwpq19dvyXvea?dl=0 Anyone with information about the location of these fugitives is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477), or submit a tip via iWatchHarrisCounty. See something? Say something! iWatchHarrisCounty is the HCSO’s free mobile phone app that allows the public to report suspicious persons and/or activity anonymously, anywhere, any time. For more information please visit www.iWatchHarrisCounty.com. We watch Harris County and so should you.

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Anyone with information about the location of these fugitives is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477), or submit a tip via iWatchHarrisCounty. See something? Say something! iWatchHarrisCounty is the HCSO’s free mobile phone app that allows the public to report suspicious persons and/or activity anonymously, anywhere, any time. For more information please visit www.iWatchHarrisCounty.com. We watch Harris County and so should you.

For full details, view this message on the web

Statement from Texas Department of State Health Services on Nina Pham

Dr. David Lakey Statement on Nina Pham’s Recovery

“I’m happy that Nina Pham is now free of Ebola, and her health continues to improve. Ms. Pham’s recovery is a testament to her perseverance in the face of the disease, the excellent care she has received and the support she had of so many here in Texas and across the nation. Ms. Pham is returning to Texas where she will continue to rest and regain her strength, but there is nothing medically that will prevent her from resuming a normal life. Based on all of the clinical findings and lab tests, we are completely confident that she has cleared the virus and is of no risk to transmit the virus to others.”

Dr. David Lakey, Commissioner, Texas Department of State Health Services

Montgomery County Grand Jury Indictments for October 21st and 23rd

 Williams, Ashley B. 14-10-11537 BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED – 3RD OR MORE 06/29/2013 LS TRUE BILLED
Juarez, Mark A.              13-11-12372              POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE      11/16/2013                          GN                   TRUE BILLED
  Wingard, Jermaine T. 14-10-11538 ENGAGING IN ORGAN”IZED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY 12/17/2013 TS TRUE BILLED
  Wingard, Terrence 14-10-11539 ENGAGING IN ORGANIZED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY 12/17/2013 TS TRUE BILLED

 

McMillan, Jr., Jay D.        14-02-01489              THEFT OF FIREARM         12/17/2013                         GN                   TRUE BILLED

 

 

 

 

 

  505622 Reece, Kanisha L. 14-05-04915 ENGAGING IN ORGANIZED CRIMINAL ACTIVITY 01/13/2014 BH TRUE BILLED
  549991 Newman, Brittany L. 14-05-05758 INJURY TO A CHILD 05/21/2014 TS TRUE BILLED
  203884 Howard, James L. 14-06-06894I POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 06/23/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
  203884 Howard, James _ L_ 14-06-06894II TAMPERING WITH PHYSICAL EV±DENCE 06/23/2014 GN TRUE BILLED

 

 

  503560 Ayres, Derrick R. 14-07-07335I POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 07/02/2014 TS TRUE BILLED
  503560 Ayres, Derrick R. 14-07-07335II UNAUTHORIZED USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE 07/02/2014 TS TRUE BILLED
  489674 Lang, Ashton w. 14-07-07405I DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED – 3RD OR MORE 07/04/2014  

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TRUE BILLED

 

 

 

 

489674 Lang, Ashton W. 14-07-07405II POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 07/04/2014 AM TRUE BILLED
  Boll, Gerald A. 14-07-07745 FORGERY 04/13/2013 JJ TRUE BILLED
  551378 Lewis, Jr . , Donnie R. 14-07-08195I ROBBERY 07/26/2014 AW TRUE BILLED
  551378 Lewis, Jr., Donnie R. l4-07-08195II ASSAULT PUBLIC SERVANT 07/26/2014 AW TRUE BILLED
  551378 Lewis, Jr., Donnie R. 14-07-08195III ASSAUL’!’ PUBLIC SERVANT 07/26/2014 AW TRUE BILLED
  551534 Peters, Michael G. 14-07-08207! RETALIATION 07/26/2014 JH TRUE BILLED
  551314 Chappell, Brian J . 14-07-08218 VIOLATION OF CIVIL COMMITMENT 07/21/2014 BH TRUE BILLED
  510204 Donovan, William B. 14-07-08296 BURGLARY OF HABITATION 07/06/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
  551460 Brosovich, Caitlin T. 14-07-08363 CREDIT/DEBIT CARD ABUSE 07/26/2014 AM TRUE BILLED
  100195 Walsh, Timothy P. 14-08-08422! POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DELIVER/MANUFACTU 07/31/2014 RF TRUE BILLED
  100195 Walsh, Timothy P. 14-08-08422II UNAUTHORIZED USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE 07/31/2014 RF TRUE BILLED
  534894 Larrain, William              - 14-08-08423 IMPERSONATING A PUBLIC SERVANT 08/01/2014  

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TRUE BILLED
  448342 Ferguson, Michael R. 14-08-09084 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 06/20/2014 BH TRUE :BILLED
  533457 Smith, Joseph A. 14-08-08733 AGG ASSAULT W/DEADLY WEAPON 08/08/2014  

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TRUE BILLED
  551644 Brown, Hayden L. 14-08-08738 DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED – 3RD OR MORE 08/08/2014 JJ TRUE BILLED
  547856 Correa, Francisco M. 14-08-08800 VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER 08/11/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
  475222 Dial, James D. 14-08-08801I RETALIATION 08/11/2014 vs TRUE BILLED
 

 

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34246? Tullos, Monica A.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED – 3RD OR MORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

01/11/2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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499344 Shaver, Jr., Richard W. 14-09-10108 POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DELIVER/MANUFACTU 09/14/2014 LS TRUE BILLED
 

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551534 Peters, Michael G.

 

 

 

 

14-0’i’-08207II

 

 

 

 

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07/26/2014

 

 

 

 

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TRUE BILLED

  551534 Peters, Michael G. l4-07-08207III RETALIATION 06/13/2014  

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TRUE BILLED
  475222 Dial, James D. 14-08-0SSOlII RETALIATION 08/11/2014 VS TRUE BILLED

10-23 INDICTMENTS

  549932 Snuggs, Lillie N. 14-05-055841 DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED W/CHILD UNDER 05/17/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  549932 Snuggs, Lillie N. 14-0S-05584II DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED W/CHILD UNDER 05/17/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  118045 Tope, David W. 14-05-05576 DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED – 3RD OR MORE 05/17/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  550367 Vazquez, Agustin F. 14-06-06346 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 06/08/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  550466 McGuire, Kristine D. 14-06-06564 DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED W/CHILD UNDER 06/14/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  550785 Thomas, Garrick S. 14-06-07159 ORGANIZED RETAIL THEFT 06/29/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  529226 Latham, Chad A. 14-07-08034 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 07/22/2014 AW TRUE BILLED
  551305 Lambright, Rachael v. 14-07-08077 BURGLARY OF HABITATION 07/23/2014 AW TRUE BILLED
  551347 Frederick, Susanna M. 14-07-08166 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTAN”CE 07/25/2014 AW TRUE BILLED
  551339 Milo, Shalondre L. 14-07-08167 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 07/25/2014 LS TRUE BILLED
  393417 Read, Joe D. 14-07-08168 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 07/25/2014 LS TRUE BILLED
  487168 Mata, Eliseo 14-07-08183 DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED – 3RD OR MORE 07/27/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  543561 Paz, Hever 14-07-08212 INDECENCY W/CHILD SEXUAL CONTACT 05/03/2014 BE TRUE BILLED
  551465 Scott, Bobby D. 14-08-08418 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 07/31/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  181116 Scaggs, Robert R. 14-08-08500 FRAUD POSSESSION ITEMS OF IDENTIFYING IN 07/01/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
  551481 Smith, Kyle D. 14-08-08421 THEFT 07/31/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  551519 Smith, Daniel J. 14-08-08704 BOATING WHILE INTOXICATED – 3RD OR MORE 08/02/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  479029 Scott, Donna M. 14-08-08730 THEFT 06/17/2014 MC TRUE BILLED
  181116 Scaggs, Robert R. 14-08-08805 BURGLARY OF HABITATION 07/07/2014 GN TRUE BILLED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Increased DWI No Refusal Enforcement Saturday Night

Starting Saturday Night, October 25, 2014, law enforcement in western Montgomery County will begin increased DWI / NO REFUSAL enforcement looking for intoxicated drivers on Montgomery County roadways. This increased enforcement is in cooperation with the ongoing Renaissance Festival and other activities occurring in the western part of Montgomery County. This Saturday night, the Montgomery County Sherriff’s Office BAT (Breath Alcohol Testing) Van along with the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office DART (District Attorney Response Team) Van will be stationed at strategic locations in and around the Magnolia, Texas, area to assist law enforcement with arresting intoxicated drivers and securing blood samples as evidence in these cases.

Every year, we see a drastic increase in roadway traffic during the Renaissance Festival. These No Refusal operations are meant to ensure the safety of the public on our roadways during this time and to minimize Driving While Intoxicated incidents which can lead to crashes and fatalities. The operation will use the mobile breath alcohol testing units (the BAT Van), nurses, prosecutors, and investigators from the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, and police officers from the county’s various law enforcement agencies. This is in combination with what the Texas Renaissance Festival already does to help combat DWI and related traffic issues: purchasing a thermal camera for use by law enforcement to help monitor traffic flow; hiring off-duty law enforcement officers to direct traffic at specific point- control areas, expanding camping facilities, partnering with a taxi service, and providing shuttles to local hotels and signage to offer alternatives to Driving While Intoxicated.

During this time, judges will be available to review search warrants for the existence of probable cause for the search of a person blood. Any person suspected of DWI who refuses to provide a breath sample will be subject to their blood being taken by trained nurses if a judge agrees that the arrest was proper and lawful. Drivers who are suspected of being impaired will be the targets of this initiative. This program ensures that scientific evidence will be available for all cases. The prosecution will receive strong evidence of guilt or innocence as a result of this program.

The participating agencies include: The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, the Department of Public Safety in Montgomery County and surrounding counties, the Magnolia Police Department, and the Tomball Police Department.

 

Tyler Dunman (Vehicular Crimes Division Chief): “The ultimate goal here is public safety. We want people to enjoy the activities that the Renaissance Festival has to offer, but we want them to do it responsibly. Designate a sober driver and plan ahead when you go out so you are not left with the option to drive after you have had too much to drink. If everyone gets home safely, this No Refusal operation will be a success.”