Desk of Chief Ray Schultz,
It is once
again Rodeo time in the Houston area and that means extra traffic throughout
the area. We are seeing extra congestion along I-10 and near the Memorial City
Mall. With the increased visitors to the area, that also means more criminals
looking for easy targets such as unlocked cars and trucks. We just want to
remind everyone to ensure that you lock your car doors whenever you leave your vehicle.
Do not leave valuables in sight, take them with you or secure them in the
trunk. Remain extra vigilant when stopping at ATM’s or banks and make sure that
no one is following you as you leave the area. Let’s all have a great rodeo
season. We also want to thank the resident who sent over 3 sets of upcoming
rodeo tickets, we will be conducting an internal drawing with staff to
determine who will get to go.
Fore Blues Golf Tournament will be held this coming Thursday. A huge shout out
to the Memorial High School Varsity Golf Teams for their participation once
again in this years event and to MHS student Harrison Lee for keeping the
fundraiser organized and on track. The best golf course in Houston, with one of
the worse golfers (me). It is guaranteed to be fun and playing with these
student athletes is truly an honor.
One month till
the 4th Annual Food Truck Rodeo. (See the attached Flyer) This year
the event will include a new blow-up kids’ activity. The mechanical bull will
be back, as will the “School of Rock”, and a car show. Plan on joining us for
this fun community event.
and Sunday is supposed to be a Chamber of Commerce weather weekend, so get out
and enjoy your community. The trees are starting to bloom, the walkways and
paths are in top condition, there are new human and pet drinking fountains that
have been installed, along with benches where you can sit down and just take it
all in. We will be out on patrol keeping
everyone safe, so if you see one of us, give us a wave. We enjoy the
opportunity to work in such a supportive community. Your smiles, waves and
thumbs up are always appreciated.
Have a great
weekend. Chief Ray Schultz email@example.com
Weekly Crime Report
1445 Hours. 8500 Block of San Felipe. Recovered stolen license plate. Officers were alerted to a vehicle entering
the villages displaying a stolen license plate.
Officers were in the area and were able to locate and stop the vehicle
in question. The driver stated that he
had bought the vehicle from a car auction in Oklahoma approximately 2 weeks
earlier and the plate was on the vehicle at that time. He had not registered
the vehicle and was continuing to drive it.
The driver was issued several citations and the license plate was
1500 Hours. 1 – 100 Block of Memorial Point. Public Intoxication. A resident
called in reference to a guest who was heavily intoxicated and refusing to
leave the property. Officers arrived and the guest agreed to leave via an Uber.
The guest left in an Uber only to return a short time later, again refusing to
leave. The 27-year-old female was placed under arrest and booked into the MVPD
jail for public intoxication.
0630 Hours. 600 Block of Strey. Driving While Intoxicated. Officers were
dispatched to the area in reference to a vehicle being in the yard of a residence.
Upon arrival officers located the car that was running and in gear with the
driver passed out behind the wheel. The driver was awoken at which time officers
observed several signs of intoxication.
The driver performed a series of sobriety test 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 twice the legal
limit. The driver was booked into jail and his vehicle was towed.
1030 Hours. 200 Block of Stoney Creek. Burglary from a Motor vehicle. The
victim reported that while performing some work at an area residence an unknown
person had entered his unlocked vehicle and removed a paint sprayer without his
permission. A review of area surveillance systems located a gray Nissan pull up
and stop alongside of the victim’s vehicle before leaving. A check of nearby
ALPR cameras located the vehicle and captured an image of the temporary license
tag on the suspect vehicle. Information about the crime was collected and
provided to detectives for their follow up investigation. The suspect vehicle
license plate was entered in the MVPD hotlist as a wanted vehicle.
1045 Hours. Beinhorn and Voss. Eluding. Hedwig officers had stopped a vehicle
for traffic violations in the area of Voss and Beinhorn when several subjects
fled from the scene on foot. MVPD, Spring
Valley and HPD assisted with searching the area for the subjects who ran on to nearby
residential properties and were climbing fences in the area. A total of 5 of
subjects were taken into custody at various locations in the area including one
who had entered an unlocked door at a residence. Through investigation it was
determined that the subjects were undocumented illegal immigrants who were being
transported at the time of the traffic stop. The subjects were turned over to Hedwig for
their follow up investigation.