Memorial Villages Police Department - Houston Texas
Serving the cities of Bunker Hill, Piney Point, and Hunters Creek in Houston, Texas
  Posted on: Friday, June 2, 2023
Chief's Weekly Report

Memorial Villages Police Department

From the Desk of Chief Ray Schultz,

Over the next several weeks, cabling crews will be installing new network systems along Hedwig Road and the approaching rights-of-ways.  These rights-of-ways will connect from both Piney Point and Hunters Creek residences. Contractors will need to access the yards of residences in both cities near Hedwig Road. The contractors will attempt to contact homeowners before entering the yards. Please offer any assistance as needed, especially by keeping pets inside while workers are in your yards. Contractors will all have proper identification. We will have extra patrols in the areas as well.

Officers Boggus and Vasquez have been busy putting together a summer schedule of several special community events. On July 12, 2023, from 7pm – 9pm, the MVPD, MVPF and the Villages Stroll Magazine, will be hosting an “Evening Glow Stroll” in Piney Point.  The event will be held at Chapelwood United Methodist Church. The MVPD will have vehicles, music and displays set up at the church and we will be sponsoring free Kona Ice for everyone who attends.  At dusk, there will be 1 mile stroll in the neighborhood. Participants will be given glow sticks to help light up the route.  While the event is free, we are hoping that attendees will bring a can or two of food that will be donated to charity. The food donations will go to a local food bank to help those in need. This will be a fun event for everyone, so be sure and put it on your calendar. More to come about other events in next week’s V-LINC.

Yesterday, MVPD officers apprehended 2 car burglary suspects who had just broken into 2 vehicles near Memorial Drive. An observant resident had seen a car stopped in the roadway and a young male run from a construction site, jump in the car, and speed off.  Officers were nearby and quickly stopped the car. Upon approaching the vehicle, they found an air compressor in the backseat and a passenger sitting on a window punch in an attempt to conceal it from officers. Other officers proceeded to the area of where the suspect vehicle was first spotted, and they located 2 construction vehicles that had windows broken out and had been burglarized. The 2 17-year-old males were both placed under arrest and booked into the Harris County Jail. One of the 17-year-olds was found to have previous arrests for residential burglary. The stolen property was recovered and returned to the owners.   Our thanks to the resident who did not hesitate and called 911. Her actions send a strong message to criminals, that our community is not afraid to get involved and we will hold bad actors accountable.

Thank you to the residents who sent over Astro’s tickets for both last weekend and again for this weekend. We have employees and their families attending games tonight and Saturday. Thank You for thinking of us.

Earlier today the newest R.A.D. class graduated after 3 days of training.  The 18 students learned self-awareness and self-defense skills.  Congratulations.  If you missed this class and still want to attend one, we will host our next class in July on the 10-12th.  Contact officer Michelle Owens at for more details and to reserve your place in class.

Aggressive driving appears to be on the rise again across the metro area. Remember if you are out and about and find yourself in the area of an overly aggressive driver or drivers. Don’t get mad and try to retaliate, as things may spiral out of control. Just drive away from the situation or the aggressive driver.  In the meantime, we will continue our traffic enforcement efforts in the villages by slowing down speeders, red light runners and stop sign violators with citations.  

Have a great weekend. Chief Ray Schultz  


Weekly Crime Report

Unregistered/Uninsured Vehicles towed.

5/26/23 at 1700 Hours. 400 Block of Gessner. Vehicle displaying a fictitious plate, driver had suspended license due to being involved in an accident with no insurance. The vehicle was not registered.

5/27/23 at 1100 Hours. 11200 Block of Memorial Drive. Vehicle displaying a temporary fictious paper license tag. The real tag expired in October of 2022. The vehicle had no insurance.

5/28/23 at 0945 Hours. 300 Block of Piney Point Road. Vehicle displaying a fraudulent dealers tag. The driver had no insurance. The vehicle was last registered in June of 2021. The driver admitted she bought a fake tag from an auto dealer/exchange.

5/28/23 at 1300 Hours. 2000 Block of S. Piney Point. Vehicle displayed an expired license tag from November 2021. The driver did not have a driver’s license or insurance.

5/30/23 at 1000 Hours. 300 Blalock. 300 Blalock. The vehicle displayed a fictitious temporary paper tag. The vehicle shows as never being registered. The driver stated she had no driver’s license or insurance for the car.

5/31/23 at 1115 Hours. 11400 Block of Memorial. The vehicle displayed an expired license plate.  The vehicle has been unregistered since 7/21 and was not insured.  The driver also had an expired driver’s license from 2020.  

6/1/23 at 0730 Hours. 400 of Blalock.  Vehicle observed committing a traffic violation. Upon stopping the vehicle, it was found to not have been registered since June 2019 and was uninsured.  

6/2/23 at 0915 Hours. 8500 Katy Freeway. The vehicle stopped for traffic infractions and found to not have been registered since October 2020. The 30-year-old male was also found to have multiple warrants for his arrest. The driver was placed under arrest and the vehicle towed.

Bunker Hill

5/30/23 at 0315 Hours. 400 Block of Blalock. Unlawful Possession of a Stolen Firearm.  Officers initiated a traffic stop after observing a vehicle run a posted stop sign on Blalock. After the vehicle stopped and just as the officer approached the driver the vehicle sped away from the officer turning right on the next street, which happened to be a dead end. Officers blocked in the vehicle and took the suspect into custody.  The male provided false information about his identification.  A check inside of the vehicle located a holster and ammunition. A check of the surrounding area found a handgun lying on the lawn of a nearby home.  The gun was dry even though the sprinklers had previously gone off. A check of the firearm showed that was reported as stolen. The 23-year-old male was identified by his fingerprints and was booked into the Harris County Jail and the vehicle towed.

6/1/23 at 1030 Hours. 11600 Block of Blalock Forest. Criminal Trespass.  Officers were dispatched to the area in reference to a subject possibly living in a shed on the property.  Upon arriving, officers located a male subject in the yard of the property.  The male was found to be a homeless male who stated that his aunt owned the home and that he had permission to be there. That was found to be false. Through investigation officers learned that this same suspect had been located at other empty homes and ordered not to return. The male was also found to have a warrant for his arrest out of Harris County.   The 39-year-old male was placed under arrest and was booked into the Harris County Jail.

Hunters Creek

6/1/23 at 1245 Hours. 100 Block of Willowend. Burglary of a Motor Vehicle. A witness observed a male subject run from a construction site and enter a vehicle before speeding away. Officers were notified and located the vehicle driving I the area.  The vehicle was stopped, and 2 suspects were found to have broken into 2 vehicles located in the area. The 2, 17-year-old males were placed under arrest and booked into the Harris County Jail.

6/1/23 at 1245 Hours. 10900 Block of Wickline.  Burglary of a Motor Vehicle. A witness observed a male subject run from a construction site and enter a vehicle before speeding away. Officers were notified and located the vehicle driving I the area.  The vehicle was stopped, and 2 suspects were found to have broken into 2 vehicles located in the area. The 2, 17-year-old males were placed under arrest and booked into the Harris County Jail.

Piney Point

No significant events.

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