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Oak Ridge North Police Department
Wednesday April 28th, 2010 :: 04:47 p.m. CDT

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DAILY POLICE ACTIVITY FROM OAK RIDGE NORTH PD

DAILY POLICE ACTIVITY FROM OAK RIDGE NORTH PD:

On 04-27-10 at approximately 12:40 pm OFFICERS, observed a blue 2000 Chev. P/U, TX LP XXXXXX failing to obey a traffic control sign @ the SE Loop of Robinson Rd and Woodlands Pkwy Overpass. OFFICERS initiated a traffic stop on said vehicle in the 27000 blk of IH 45 N, parking lot @ The Woodlands Bowling Center, and identified the driver as Robeck,Maurice, DOB 12-20-66. MCSO dispatch confirmed an active warrant, 199254771, on Robeck for contempt of Court, Capias, non-payment of child support. Upon confirmation, Robeck was taken into custody. Said vehicle was released to his employer and Robeck was transported to South County Jail. Citation 961319 was issued for Fail To Obey Traffic Control Sign.

On 04/27/10 at approximately 6:23 pm OFFICERS, were dispatched to the 26710 IH 45 N parking lot in reference to a burglary of a motor vehicle. On arrival on location and met with the reportee. He was identified by COMPL as xxxxxxxxxx W/M, xxxxxxxx. The burglarized vehicle was identified by TX LP #xxxxxxxx as a white 2002 Ford F150. COMPL. advised that he was on location to install the sound system for the Tea Party meeting that was held on location. COMPL. came out of the Tea Party building and observed a male subject inside the Ford truck reaching for his laptop. COMPL. ran to try to stop the subject , but the subject took the laptop, got in his vehicle, and drove off the parking lot. COMPL.advised that he got into his vehicle (Ford) and followed the subject who was driving N/B on the Feeder Rd. He followed the subject from the Feeder Rd to Robinson heading E/B. COMPL. advised that he stopped following the subject at Robinson & Darby Loop. He last observed the subject driving E/B on Robinson towards Imperial Oaks. COMPL.advised that the subject had short hair, looked Hispanic, or could be a light skin black male. The subject was wearing a white t-shirt and driving a black 4 door luxury looking sedan with paper tags. He did not know the vehicle make or model. Furthermore, he advised that the subject's vehicle was tinted. COMPL.advised that he did not see anyone else with the subject. He also could not advise me anything else about the subject's description. COMPL. advised that the laptop was located on the passenger side front seat, but observed the subject take it while sitting on the driver side. I observed that no damage was done to the vehicle. COMPL advised that he locked the vehicle doors before he went inside the building. OFFICER observed that the front passenger side door keyhole might have been pried. This may have been how entry was made into the vehicle. COMPL. advised that nothing else was stolen from the vehicle. The laptop was made by Toshiba and it was purchased for xxxx. xxxx advised that he did not have the serial # or any other information about the laptop.

On 04-27-10 at approx. 1642 hours OFFICERS, were on patrol eastbound on Woodson Rd., approaching the intersection of Woodson Rd. and Harlan Ln. OFFICER observed a silver Honda Accord, bearing TX LP #XXXXXXX, traveling westbound from the intersection on Woodson Rd. As the vehicle passed OFFICER location, OFFICER observed that the vehicle had an expired MVI sticker displayed that read, "10/09." Due to the MVI violation, OFFICER initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle. As OFFICER turned around to make the stop, OFFICER observed the vehicle make a right turn onto Patsy Ln. from Woodson Rd. at a high rate of speed. OFFICER then initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle and we came to a stop in front of 114 Heather Ln.
Upon making contact with the vehicle, OFFICER observed that the vehicle was occupied by a B/F driver and a W/M front passenger. OFFICER advised the driver of the reason for the stop and requested her DL. The driver identified herself as XXXXXXX, TX DL #XXXXXX. While talking with XXXXXX, OFFICER could detect a strong odor of, what OFFICER knew to be, burnt marijuana coming from inside of the vehicle. The front passenger was then identified as XXXXXXX, DOB XXXXXX. Due to the strong odor of burnt marijuana coming from inside of the vehicle, OFFICER asked XXXXXX to exit the vehicle for Officer safety and she complied. OFFICER asked XXXXXXX if there was anything in the vehicle and she advised that there was not. She later advised that she was not sure if there was anything illegal in the vehicle and that the front passenger had been driving the vehicle all day. XXXXXX then advised that there may possibly be a "dubbie" (marijuana cigarette) in the vehicle. Due to XXXXXX advisement, OFFICER asked her if she would mind if OFFICER searched the vehicle for narcotics. XXXX advised that OFFICER could search the vehicle and gave written consent to do so.
OFFICER then made contact with the front passenger and asked him if there was anything in the vehicle. XXXXX advised that he might have a small sack of marijuana with him but that he was not sure. XXXXXX later advised that he had a small sack of marijuana in his pants pocket. Due to XXXXXX admission of possessing marijuana on his person, OFFICER detained him and then removed a small, clear, plastic bag that contained a green leafy substance that OFFICER know to be marijuana front left pants pocket. OFFICER asked XXXXXX if there was anything else in the vehicle that should not be there and he advised that there was not.
While searching the vehicle, OFFICER found a small, clear, plastic bag that contained a white powder substance that appeared to be cocaine in the driver side door pocket. OFFICER then made contact with XXXXXX and asked him who the cocaine belonged to. XXXXXXXX advised that the cocaine was his. OFFICER then read XXXXX the Miranda warning. OFFICER asked XXXXXXX again who the cocaine belonged to and he stated that he purchased the cocaine in Houston for $20.00. He advised that XXXXXXdid not know that the cocaine was in the vehicle. Due to XXXXXX admission to the ownership and purchase of the cocaine, OFFICER placed him in custody for POCS pen. group 1 (cocaine - SJF). The cocaine was later tested on a NIK field kit and tested positive for cocaine.
XXXXXX was cited for the MVI violation and released with the vehicle. XXXXXX was transported to MCSO jail in The Woodlands, TX. The cocaine and marijuana were confiscated and placed in the ORNPD evidence locker. While at the jail, MCSO ran a CCH on XXXXXX. OFFICER observed that he showed convictions for assault cause bodily injury, burglary of a habitation times 2, theft, POM, evading arrest or detention, and driving while license invalid. The marijuana and cocaine were weighed on an OHaus Dial O gram. The marijuana showed to weigh 5.7 grams, and the cocaine showed to weigh just over 0.9 grams.

Address/Location
Oak Ridge North Police Department
27424 Robinson Road
Oak Ridge North, TX 77385

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 281-292-4762

Elizabeth McLaughlin Harrell
Police Department
emclaughlin@ci.oak-ridge.tx.us
281-292-4762

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