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Oak Ridge North Police Department
Wednesday June 9th, 2010 :: 11:29 a.m. CDT

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THE OAK RIDGE NORTH POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME ACTIVITY REPORT

On 06/07/10 at approximately 1740 hours I, Officer Nation, checked out at the Montgomery County Jail located at 1 Criminal Justice Blvd., Conroe, TX. in reference to a warrant service on Danielle Goodson, w/f, dob xxxxxx. Ms. Goodson had turned herself in to the custody of the Sheriff's Office on the following 2 active Oak Ridge North Municipal Warrants: #241258 - Fail To Maintain Financial Responsibility and #241258F01 - Failure To Appear/Bail Jumping for a total of $683.00. I made contact with the defendant at female intake and executed the above listed warrants on her. After executing warrants on Ms. Goodson I returned to service.

On 06-08-2010 I, Officer R. E. Craig III of the Oak Ridge North Police Department, was advised by Oak Ridge North PD Det. Jim Ford of a burglary of a motor vehicle report at 402 Heather Ln, Conroe, TX. 77385. Once out at the location, I met with the Complainant, Robert Kozak, w/m, xxxxxx. Kozak resides at 402 Heather Ln. Kozak advised me that he parked his vehicle on the driveway at approx 9:00 pm last night. He said that he locked the doors and set the alarm on the truck. He then advised me that this morning around 10:00 am he went outside to get in his white 2004 Ford Ranger truck (TX LP 64VCY1) that was parked on the driveway. When he went to unlock the driver's door he noticed that he had a hard time unlocking the door. That's when he noticed that his driver's door lock had been jammed and pried open. After making entry into the vehicle he noticed that his center console and glove box had been rummaged through. He noticed that his Garmin GPS (model 860i Nuvi) valued at $300.00, Sony Cool Pix camera valued at $150.00, a nylon gun holster valued at $50.00, misc. change, and 4 - musical CD's were missing from his truck. He also stated that several of the personal belongings behind the seat had been rummaged through as well. He then stated he noticed a garage door opener was missing from the sun visor of the vehicle. He said that the garage door opener went to his mother's house. He then thought he needed to call the Police to make a report of the burglary and that is how we were notified of the incident. While I was out taking the report I asked Kozak if he checked his green 1966 Chevrolet Suburban (TX LP 2GTZ06) that was parked right next to his Ford Ranger. He said yes the suspect(s) took a box that contained a Holly 4 Barrel carburetor valued at $300.00 and other misc. car parts from his suburban. He did not notice if anything else had been taken from this vehicle. Kozak did not have the serial numbers for the Garmin GPS 860i or the Sony Cool Pix camera. Kozak stated that if he found the serial numbers for any of the items stolen he would call us back so we could add it to the report. Case number 10P000472 was issued to this incident.

There were several other BMV'S in the general area during this same time frame. The reportees in these BMV's stated that there vehicles had just been rummaged through and they did not wish to make a report but rather just make us aware of the incident.
403 Brenda LN, 1 truck with the driver's door lock pried open
107 Heather LN, 1 truck with the driver's door lock pried open
27117 Wells LN , 3 vehicles with the driver's door pried open

On 06/08/10 at approximately 1815 hours I, Officer Nation, checked out at 1902 Scenic Park Dr., Spring, TX. in reference to a warrant service on Lisa Lynn Balloun, w/f, dob xxxxxx. I made contact with the subject in her driveway and she identified herself by name and date of birth to be the defendant. I executed the following 4 active Oak Ridge North Municipal Warrants on her: #20085319 - Speeding, #240569V01 - Violate Promise To Appear, #240569VF01 - Failure To Appear/Bail Jumping, and #240569VFF01 - Failure To Appear/Bail Jumping for a total of $1,197.00. In lieu of going to jail Ms. Balloun elected to go to Court. I transported Ms. Balloun to the ORN Court. Upon our arrival, court was already in session and Ms. Balloun met with Judge Akinson. Judge Akinson advised Ms. Balloun to speak with a prosecutor. Shortly thereafter Judge Akinson advised me that Ms. Balloun made a plea on the above charges and was released. I then returned to service.

On 06-08-10 at approx. 1757 hours I, Officer McGrew, was dispatched to a criminal mischief call at 207 Heather Ln. Upon arrival to the location, I was met by a W/M later identified as Donal Vernon, TX DL #xxxxxxxx. Vernon stated that between 2000 Hrs. on 06-07-2010 and 0930 Hrs. on 06-08-2010 his vehicle was vandalized. Vernon advised that someone had punched the door locks in on both of his trucks; a 2000 Ford F-250 PK bearing TX LP #3982DV and a 2004 Ford F-250 PK bearing TX LP #3983DV. Vernon advised that nothing had been taken from his vehicles. I observed that the driver side door lock on the 2004 Ford F-250 had been punched, and that both the driver's side door and the front passenger side door had been punched on the 2000 Ford F-250. I was unable to locate any latent prints on the vehicles and did not locate any witnesses in reference to the offense. Vernon advised that the damage to the vehicle was approx. $1,500. Vernon was given a case number and Dept. card.

On 06-08-10 at approx. 1833 hours I, Officer McGrew, was dispatched to an animal call at 26707 Hillside Dr. Upon arrival to the location, I was met by a W/F, later identified as Elizabeth Degraff, TX DL #xxxxxxxx. She advised that on 06-07-10 at approx. 1945 Hrs. she was walking her dog, "Rudder", in front of her home in the grass of her front yard. Degraff advised that she had her dog secured by a leash and harness. As Degraff was walking her dog in her own yard, Degraff advised that she observed a white and brown boxer running towards her direction from 202 Hillside Ct. (Goodrick residence). The dog then attacked her dog, biting down on the back of Rudder's neck. Degraff advised that the force of the attacking dog knocked both her and her dog onto the ground and into the ditch. Degraff said that she attempted to fend the attacking dog off but was unsuccessful. A short time later a W/M came running from the 202 Hillside Ct. address, later identified as Brock Goodrick, TX DL #xxxxxx. Goodrick then restrained the dog and took it back to the residence. Another W/M and W/F neighbor came to Degraff's aid as well from 203 Hillside Ct. They were later identified as Sarah Harrison, TX DL #xxxxxxxx and James Harrison, FL DL #xxxxxxxx. Degraff advised that 911 was contacted and that she refused treatment from EMS. Degraff advised that she later took herself to the St. Michael's Emergency room (Birchwood and IH 45 EFR). She was advised by medical staff on location that she had a fractured right knee bone and was later treated and released. Degraff was not bitten by the attacking dog. I made contact with Goodrick who advised that he was standing outside smoking a cigarette when a friend of his younger brother's opened the house door. Goodrick advised that his boxer, "Tayson", took off after his neighbor's dog. He advised that the neighbor's dog pulled her down into the ditch where she was injured. Goodrick and his younger brother chased after Tayson. When they approached the dogs, Goodrick observed that Tayson had the other dog by the neck. Goodrick stated that he broke the dogs up and upon visual inspection, neither dog received any injuries. He then took Tyson to the back to the residence. Goodrick gave a written statement in reference to the incident. Based on Goodrick's admission of his failure to restrain his dog, I cited Goodrick for dog at large. I then made contact with the residents at 203 Hillside Ct. (Sarah and James Harrison). Both advised that they observed the two dogs fighting and that Goodrick's dog was unrestrained at this time. Both also advised that Degraff's dog was restrained on a leash. I obtained a written statement from both James and Sarah Harrison in reference to the incident.

On 06-08-10 at approx. 1845 Hrs. I, Officer McGrew, was dispatched to a theft past call at 27500 IH 45 EFR ( Office Depot parking lot). Upon arrival to the location, I was met by a W/M, later identified as Terry Welch, TX DL #xxxxxxxx (Office Depot Manager). Welch advised that at approx. 1830 Hrs. an unknown W/M, long brown hair, thin build, fair skin, wearing blue jean shorts and a black t-shirt with a dragon on the back, entered the store. The W/M walked straight to the printer isle and picked up a printer. The W/M then walked towards the check out area. As he approached the check out area, he took off running towards the door with the printer ($399.00) in hand. The unknown W/M entered into a red Ford (late model) pickup (unknown LP) and fled the scene N/B on the Feeder Rd.

On 06-08-10 at approx. 1930 Hrs. I, Officer McGrew, was dispatched to a BMV call at 27000 IH 45 EFR (AMF Bowling Center). Upon arrival to the location, I was met by a W/M later identified as Alonzo Simon, LA DL #xxxxxxxx. Simon advised that he arrived at AMF Bowl at approx. 1930 Hrs. As he left the location at approx. 2030 Hrs., he observed that his driver's side door lock had been punched (approx. $300 - $500 damage). Simon observed that three pairs of shoes (Nike Delta Force approx. value $80.00, brown Stacy Adams approx. value $100.00, and brown American Eagle approx. value $50.00), a black Motorola cell phone (unknown model) approx. value $100.00, a yellow generic purse (approx. value $30.00), a bank card ( unknown number or make), and $100.00 cash had been taken from the vehicle. I was unable to locate any witnesses in reference to the offense. Video footage of the parking lot will be obtained on 06-09-10. Simon was given a Dept. card with a case number.

On 06-08-10 at approx. 2030 Hrs. I, Officer, McGrew, was dispatched to a BMV past call at 27000 IH 45 EFR (AMF Bowling Center). Upon arrival to the location, I was met by a W/M, later identified as Kenneth Faust, TX DL #xxxxxxxxx. Faust advised that he arrived at AMF Bowl at approx. 1830 Hrs. As he left the location at 1930 Hrs., he observed that his driver's side door lock had been punched. Faust stated that several items had been taken from the vehicle including, a black nylon flight bag that contained a flight scale (approx. value $10.00), an ASA - CXI Flight computer (approx. value $75.00), misc. maps (approx. value $15.00), a Garmin GPS (approx. value $250.00), and a pair of Nikon Binoculars (approx. value $500.00) totaling $850.00. I was unable to locate any witnesses in reference to the offense. I will attempt to retrieve video from the video recording system on location on 06-09-10. Faust advised that he did not have any serial numbers for the property taken. Faust was given a case number and Dept. card.

On 06-08-10 at approx. 1633 Hrs., I Officer McGrew, was dispatched to an FSGI call at 19671 IH 45 EFR (NTB parking lot). Upon arrival to the location, I was met by a W/M later identified as Gavin Chapman, KS DL #xxxxxxx. I also observed that there was a front passenger, later identified as Christopher Davis, MN DL #xxxxxxxxxxxx. Chapman advised that he was traveling in his company vehicle (a 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe, MN LP #SCIMOX), N/B in the 27900 block of IH 45 EFR when he was struck by another vehicle. Chapman stated that the vehicle then fled the scene. Chapman advised that he was traveling N/B in the far right lane when a black Dodge pickup with Texas plates, single cab (unknown LP), struck his right rear quarter panel. The striking vehicle was driven by a W/F driver with blonde hair, thin build, approx. late 20's. The vehicle was also occupied by a W/M front passenger approx. late 20's, wearing a ball cap. The vehicle then fled the scene, traveling westbound on Lake Woodlands Dr. Chapman stated that he then pulled into the National Tire and Battery parking lot and called 911. I observed that there was a dark colored scrape and minor body damage to the right rear quarter panel of Chapman's vehicle. I was unable to locate any witnesses in reference to the offense. Chapman was given a case number and Dept. card. The damage to Chapman's vehicle appeared to be over $1,000.00.

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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