Photo: Memorial Villages Police Department
06/02/17 at 7:00 a.m., an Officer responded to Liberty Bell Circle in regards to illegal parking. Officer was advised that an unknown person parked two heavy construction equipment vehicles illegally on the complainant’s property causing damage to the landscaping. The City of Bunker Hill Village – Code Enforcement Division was contacted and advised they would follow-up and would identify the owners of the equipment and take appropriate action.
06/02/17 at 3:08 p.m., Officer’s responded to the 300 block of Gessner Rd. in regards to a Burglary of a Habitation. The victim reported that someone gained entry into his residence through a bathroom window, stealing credit cards and foreign currency. The reporting Officer processed the scene and obtained latent fingerprints and the suspects clothing that was left behind. Detectives are investigating. (Note: This case is linked to 2 burglaries and other crimes in Houston)
06/08/2017 at 2:52 p.m., an Officer took a Criminal Mischief report in the 11900 block of Memorial Drive. The victim reported that someone hit her parked vehicle in the 400 block of Gingham Dr., breaking her driver side door mirror. The reporting officer determined that the damage done to the victim’s vehicle was not accidental. Detectives are investigating.
06/08/17 at 5:24 p.m., Officer’s responded to Farnham Park Dr. in regards to a possible Burglary of a Motor Vehicle. The victim reported that his ex-wife was at his residence and removing items from his vehicle, without his consent. Officer’s located the female and observed her to be intoxicated. The victim declined to pursue criminal charges for Burglary of a Vehicle. The items were returned to the victim and the female was arrested for Public Intoxication as she posed a danger to herself or others. The female was transported to the Memorial Villages Police Department Jail for processing.
6/6/17 at 0300 a.m. officer was on patrol when he observed a suspicious vehicle traveling in the Windemere subdivision. As the officer turned around to closer observe the suspicious vehicle the driver fled in a white Chrysler 300 traveling south on Piney Point Road towards Westheimer at a high rate of speed. At the curve in the 2200 block the driver lost control and crashed into the guard rail and a brick wall before fleeing on foot. The driver ran south and was not caught. The same vehicle is suspected of being involved in auto burglary cases in Houston. The vehicle was impounded by MVPD personnel and a hold placed on the car. Investigation is on-going.
06/02/17 at 00:10 a.m., an Officer conducted a traffic stop in the 500 block of Voss Rd. for the violation of failure to stop at a designated point for a stop sign. During the course of the investigation, the Officer conducted a probable cause search after smelling the odor of burnt marijuana emitting from the vehicle. The Officer discovered miscellaneous drug paraphernalia, which was collected as evidence. The driver was cited for the traffic infraction along with possession of drug paraphernalia, while the passenger was also cited for possession of drug paraphernalia. Both persons were then released. The collected evidence was logged and secured in the Memorial Villages Police Department evidence locker.
06/04/17 at 11:11 p.m., an Officer conducted a traffic stop in the 600 block of Voss Rd. on a vehicle for a defective driver’s side headlamp and defective license plate lamp. During the course of the investigation, the Officer conducted a probable cause search after smelling the odor and visibly seeing the smoke cloud of burnt marijuana emitting from the vehicle. During the search the Officer discovered miscellaneous drug paraphernalia. The items were collected as evidence and the driver was cited for the two equipment violations and for possession of drug paraphernalia. The collected evidence was logged and secured in the Memorial Villages Police Department evidence locker.
MVPD Detectives conducted a full inventory of the department evidence room and brought it to compliance in accordance with Texas Police Chief’s Best Practices recognition program.
MVPD Detectives investigating a burglary of a habitation, submitted fingerprints and clothing to the Harris County Institute of Forensics for DNA analysis. Results are pending.
MVPD Detectives obtained a Harris County Grand Jury Subpoena requesting surveillance video from a Bank in regards to an investigation where a person was a possible victim of “jugging”. Jugging is referred to as a new crime trend where victims are targeted at banks or ATMS. The perpetrators follow the victims from the bank to another location such as their home, work or a retail location and then rob them or burglarize their vehicle or home.