Memorial Villages Police Department - Houston Texas
Serving the cities of Bunker Hill, Piney Point, and Hunters Creek in Houston, Texas
  Posted on: Friday, October 14, 2022
Chief's Weekly Update

Memorial Villages Police Department

From the Desk of Chief Ray Schultz,

I have received a request from the Memorial Area Mom’s Association to share some information about their group with our community. The group is a social group of moms of kids of all ages in the memorial area. The area is the 77024-zip code and schools that feed into Memorial High School.  The group meets regularly and supports each other, their families, charities, and the community. They have several activities coming up this fall that many of you may be interested in.  Learn more on their Facebook page at

Planning for a multi-agency active shooter drill is well on the way for a training event scheduled for the memorial area on November 18, 2022. Law enforcement and Fire/EMS personnel will be participating in the hours long exercise. This will be a large-scale scene and will include role-players and emergency personnel.  We will share more information as we get closer to the training date that will include planned road closures and detours.

Thanks to everyone who showed up last Saturday at the Memorial Village Rocks event. Officers Boggus and Vasquez tell me that everyone had a great time and that we are now the proud owners of our own “pet” rock featuring Stormy our service dog.  I am hearing that Stormy the Pet Rock may start showing up in the villages. Clues will be sent out in future V-Lincs and on the MVPD Facebook page, and whoever finds Stormy the Pet Rock, and returns her to the PD will receive a Stormy Doll. Stormy will be rehidden somewhere else, and we will repeat. Stormy will visit all 3 of the villages and could be just about anywhere (in public right-of-way).  Stay tuned, as this will be a fun event.

Also, this week, Officers Boggus and Vasquez spent some time with a group of young ladies from troop 126152. Everyone had a good time learning about public safety, citizenship, and community service. (Photo attached)

We received good news yesterday, the MVPD officer statue has finally been completed. Our statue will be on display at a Police Chief’s Conference this weekend in Dallas, before arriving later in the week in the villages.

Thank you to the residents who sent over Halloween cupcakes this week. I saw the empty box downstairs. Next time I guess I will need to be a little quicker.

On Thursday morning while running down Bunker Hill Road I was met by Bunker Hill Public Works staff driving their new utility 4X4 on the sidewalk. The reason why they were on the sidewalk was because the worker had to pick up the (full) doggie bags that had been left along the sidewalk and in resident’s yards and on their driveways. Many of the bags were within steps of the doggie waste station. While we all appreciate everyone picking up after their animals, please make sure that the job gets finished. Discard the bags in the waste cans. Thank you.  

Wednesday was a tough day for accidents throughout the villages. Our officers worked 3 wrecks within minutes of each other. We are continuing our enforcement efforts and will continue to do so.  In the meantime, please slow down and utilize defensive driving techniques. As for the speeders and aggressive drivers, it is just a matter of time before they get to meet one of our fine judges.

Our newest class of RAD55 graduates completed their 4 weeks of training on Wednesday. Congratulations. (Photo attached)

Have a great weekend. If you are up early, go out and enjoy your community during the cool mornings. Village leaders continue to make improvements to our sidewalks and walking paths. Chief Ray Schultz


Weekly Crime Report

Bunker Hill

10/7/22 at 1445 Hours.  200 Block of Gessner Road. Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle.  Officers were alerted to a stolen vehicle entering the villages on Gessner Road. The vehicle in question was a yellow-colored taxicab and was quickly located and stopped. Through investigation it was learned that the driver had been leasing the vehicle but was behind on payments. When the owner went to repossess the vehicle, the suspect drove away striking another vehicle in the process.  The vehicle was confirmed to be stolen by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. The DA’s Office was contacted and accepted charges on the driver.  The 65-year-old male suspect was booked into the Harris County Jail and the vehicle was towed from the scene.

10/14/22 at 0430 Hours. Briar Forest at Gessner. Driving While Intoxicated. Officers observed a vehicle traveling on Memorial at 70 MPH in a posted 35 MPH zone and initiated a traffic stop.  Upon approaching the driver, officers observed signs of intoxication. The driver was placed under arrest and refused further testing.  The 43-year-old female was booked into the Harris County Jail and the vehicle was towed.

Hunters Creek

10/9/22 at 0115 Hours. 400 Block of Voss. Driving While Intoxicated.  While on routine patrol officers observed a vehicle run a solid red light at Voss and Memorial. Officers initiated a traffic stop on that vehicle.  Upon approaching the vehicle, officers could detect the odor of alcohol on the driver. The male was asked to perform a series of sobriety tests which he failed. The 37-year-old male was placed under arrest and transported to the Harris County Jail where a breath test showed his blood alcohol level to be 3 times the legal limit.  The male was booked into the jail and the vehicle towed.  

10/9/22 at 1415 Hours. 200 Block of Voss. Assault/Fugitive/Possession of Marijuana over 4 oz. Officers were dispatched to the area in reference to an assault. Upon arrival officers learned that a vehicle traveling through the area had stopped due to the occupants being involved in an argument and subsequently assaulting each other.  During the assault the male and female had bitten each other and struck one another.  A check of the combatants showed one to have an outstanding arrest warrant and to be in possession of over 4 ounces of marijuana.  The DA’s Office was contacted and accepted charges for the possession of marijuana but declined the assault charges because both subjects had assaulted each other. A 22-year-old male was placed under arrest and booked into the Harris County Jail. The other subject was released at the scene.

10/13/22 at 1100 Hours. 7500 Riverview Way. Theft. A housekeeper called and reported that she had just witnessed a theft of equipment from a construction crew in the area by 2 suspects in a white Toyota. Officers arrived and located a contractor in the area who stated that they had equipment stolen from them.  A check of the neighborhood ALPR cameras located the white Toyota enter and leave at the time of the theft.  MVPD detectives were contacted and have taken over the investigation. The suspect vehicle returns to a Houston address.

10/14/22 at 0830 Hours. Beinhorn and Wade Hampton. Recovered Missing Person. Officers were dispatched to the area in reference to a female who appeared to be in distress.  Upon arrival officers located the female who was found to be a missing person out of the Houston Police Department. The female was transported to a Houston location per the request of HPD.   

Piney Point

10/12/22 at 1830 Hours. 2200 Block of Piney Point. Assault/Domestic Violence.  Officers were dispatched to the area in reference to a male and female involved in a fight. Upon arrival officers learned that a couple traveling through the villages on their way to church had gotten into an argument that became physical. During the argument the female had bitten the male. As the vehicle stopped, the disagreement moved to the side of the road with the subjects involved in a fight on the ground. Passing motorists had stopped to assist the female.  The DA’s office was contacted but declined charges as the subjects did not want to prosecute each other. A report was initiated to document the incident. The couple then left together.  

10/13/22 at 2315 Hours. 11500 Block of Memorial Drive. Unlawful Possession of a Firearm/Fugitive. Officers observed a vehicle traveling on Memorial displaying the license plate that belonged to another vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. During the course of the investigation officers learned that the vehicle had not been registered since 2009 and the driver was in possession of marijuana and a handgun.  The 24-year-old male was placed under arrest and booked into the Harris County Jail.

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