Desk of Chief Ray Schultz,
predicted, on Saturday evening we arrested a drunk driver. The last couple of
weeks we have seen an increase of DWI vehicles cutting through the
villages. The arrest this past Saturday
evening was after a traffic accident involving a drunk driver who after being
in the accident, tried to change places with a passenger and deny he was
driving. In this case not only did the
drunk driver hit another vehicle, but he also ran into a concrete wall. The
drunk driver received a free ride to the Harris County Jail with our
MVPD Haunted House was a huge success. We want to thank everyone who stopped by
to trunk or treat with us at the police department and those of you that
ventured through the haunted house.
Sergeant Pavlock, Officer Silliman and Ms. Priscilla Gonzalez did a
great job in designing and constructing the house. We especially want to thank all the
volunteers who helped make the event a success. Our actors who worked for 3
hours scaring everyone, and our resident volunteers who help staff our game
tables, giveaways, and our popcorn and cotton candy booths. Everyone did a
great job. Thank you.
Savings Time. Don’t forget this weekend
we roll our clocks back one hour and get an extra hour of sleep. That will mean lighter mornings but darker
evenings. Please be extra careful in the evenings as it will start getting dark
at 5:30 pm.
Officers Boggus and Vasquez along with Village Fire stopped by the temporary
MDE campus for the second annual Red Ribbon Week. Everyone had a great time
together. See the attached pictures, along with some pics from a Halloween
party held on Hunter’s Creek Drive and Boros in Hunters Creek.
Thank you to
the resident who sent over Texan tickets for this week’s game. We will be
drawing a winner this afternoon. Also
thank you to the Winshire Neighborhood group for the invite to speak with them
this past weekend. Community engagement
is so important to a healthy community. The mayor and I enjoyed the discussions
and of course, the bar-b-que.
Have a great
weekend, Chief Ray Schultz firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly Crime Report
0245 Hours. 200 block of Voss. Fleeing from a Police Officer. Officers observed a vehicle traveling on Voss
at night without headlights. Officers attempted to pull the vehicle over,
however the vehicle failed to stop. Officers initiated full emergency equipment
including lights and sirens. The vehicle continued north into the City of
Spring Valley. Officers were finally able to get the vehicle to stop with the
assistance of SVPD personnel. The
59-year-old female driver was placed under arrest and booked into the Harris
County Jail. The vehicle was towed.
0815 Hours. 600 Block of Voss. Wanted individual. Officers were monitoring the
intersection at Beinhorn and Voss for red light runners when officers observed
a Nissan Versa run the light. Upon
stopping the vehicle, officers found the driver to have multiple outstanding
warrants for his arrest. The 24-year-old male was taken into custody and
transferred to the Harris County Constable.
The vehicle was towed.
1000 Hours. 8400 Block of Katy Freeway. Burglary of a Motor Vehicle. The victim
reported that on October 28, 2023, sometime between 1300 and 1500 hours,
unknown suspect(s) broke two windows to the company work truck and removed
tools and equipment from the vehicle. The victim located a screwdriver inside
of his vehicle that was a different brand and believed to have been used by the
suspect. A closed business next door to
where the vehicle was parked does have security cameras that might have captured
the burglary as it occurred. MVPD
detectives were contacted and will be taking over the investigation. The value
of the missing tools is approximately $2000.
2130 hours. 300 Block of Lindenwood. Theft. Officers were dispatched to the
area in reference to a theft that had just occurred. Upon arrival officers met with a witness who
stated that she observed 3 juveniles pull up in the area and exit a truck. The 3 males then ran up to a home nearby and
took a package off the front porch before driving away. Officers contacted the
owner of the home where the package had been taken from and learned that a food
delivery had just been made and then taken.
The theft had been captured on a nearby video camera as well. Officers then checked the neighborhood ALPR
camera and located the truck involved in the theft. The license plate came back
to Piney Point residence. Officers went
to the home and spoke with the truck owner who stated that his son had the
truck and was not at home. MVPD
detectives were contacted and followed up by contacting the juveniles involved
in the incident who admitted to their involvement.
2100 Hours. 600 Block of Saddlewood
Lane. Criminal Mischief. The victim reported that she had seen a group of
juveniles come to the door and ring the doorbell. The victim did not answer the
door as she was not observing Halloween.
Approximately 10 minutes later, the juveniles returned in a small pickup
truck and struck a decorated light pole causing $1500 in damage before driving
away. Information about the damage and
vehicle involved was collected and provided to detectives for their follow up
0230 Hours. 11600 Block of Arrowood Circle. Officers were dispatched to the
area in refence to a 2-vehicle accident.
Upon arrival officers located the vehicles involved including one that
had stuck a wall. During the
investigation, one of the drivers displayed signs of intoxication, including
that he had urinated on himself. The
driver was given a series of sobriety tests which he failed. The male was placed under arrest and put into
the rear seat of a police vehicle. While
placing the suspected driver inside of the police car the male attempted to
wrap the seat belt around his neck. The
driver refused to provide a breath test requiring officers to obtain a search
warrant. The 32-year-old male was booked into the Harris County Jail and the
vehicle was towed.
reported that a couple of weeks back she had written and mailed a check at a US
Post Office on Louella in Houston. The
check had cleared, and she did not think any more about it. Then on this date
she was contacted by the payee and was told the check had never been
received. An investigation into the
check found it had been intercepted, washed and cashed by an unknown person
whom she does not know. The check amount
did not change so it did not appear suspicious on the victim’s statement. Information about the check was obtained and
provided to detectives for their follow up investigation.
1800 hours. 11300 Holidan Way. Theft.
The victim reported that a package had been delivered to her home
earlier in the day and upon going to retrieve the item it was missing.
Information about the delivery was collected and provided to detectives who are
following up on the investigation.