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Thanks for the pizza, Shelley! The kindness shown by our community is second to none! We are grateful for people like yo...
09/18/2021

Thanks for the pizza, Shelley! The kindness shown by our community is second to none! We are grateful for people like you who never miss an opportunity to express their appreciation. After a VERY long week, this gesture reminds us of why we do what we do. #precinct8citizensrock

Thanks for the pizza, Shelley! The kindness shown by our community is second to none! We are grateful for people like you who never miss an opportunity to express their appreciation. After a VERY long week, this gesture reminds us of why we do what we do. #precinct8citizensrock

Male Arrested for First Degree Felony WarrantOn Friday, September 17, 2021, Precinct 8 Lieutenant Yetter along with the ...
09/17/2021

Male Arrested for First Degree Felony Warrant

On Friday, September 17, 2021, Precinct 8 Lieutenant Yetter along with the Criminal Warrant Division served a felony arrest warrant in the 16800 block of Stardale Ln.

Deputies learned that a wanted felon, identified as 40 year old Emiliano Romero Padilla, was currently at this location and showed to have an outstanding first degree felony warrant for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child filed by Friendswood Police Department.

Upon arrival to the location, Lt. Yetter located Romero Padilla and placed him in custody without incident. Romero Padilla was transported to the Harris County Joint Processing Center where he is being held without bond.

Male Arrested for First Degree Felony Warrant

On Friday, September 17, 2021, Precinct 8 Lieutenant Yetter along with the Criminal Warrant Division served a felony arrest warrant in the 16800 block of Stardale Ln.

Deputies learned that a wanted felon, identified as 40 year old Emiliano Romero Padilla, was currently at this location and showed to have an outstanding first degree felony warrant for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child filed by Friendswood Police Department.

Upon arrival to the location, Lt. Yetter located Romero Padilla and placed him in custody without incident. Romero Padilla was transported to the Harris County Joint Processing Center where he is being held without bond.

Suspicious Male on School Property Arrested for Possession of Narcotics On September 17, 2021, Deputies J. Gomez and B. ...
09/17/2021

Suspicious Male on School Property Arrested for Possession of Narcotics

On September 17, 2021, Deputies J. Gomez and B. Morgan were dispatched to a suspicious male at Whitcomb Elementary School located in the 900 block of Reseda Dr. in Clear Lake. The reporting witnesses observed a male pacing back and forth on the school property and approaching the school staff in an intimidating manner.

Upon arrival, Deputies were able to locate and detain the male who was identified as 40 year old Wesley Daniel Williams. While speaking with Williams, he displayed signs of impairment. Deputies determined Williams was under the influence to the degree he may endanger himself or others and was placed in custody for Public Intoxication. Deputies proceeded to conduct a search of his backpack incident to arrest and located 2.4 grams of crystal methamphetamine and 17.1 grams of pills containing methamphetamine. Upon further investigation, Deputies learned Williams was on the school playground looking for his son.

The Harris County District Attorney’s Office was contacted and accepted felony Possession of a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone. His bond has not yet been set.

Congratulations to Deputy J. Humphrey and his K9 partner Barney! The pair graduated from the Houston K9 Academy, LLC tod...
09/17/2021

Congratulations to Deputy J. Humphrey and his K9 partner Barney! The pair graduated from the Houston K9 Academy, LLC today after completing a 9 week training course. K9 Barney was granted to Precinct 8 in March 2020 by K9s4Cops.org, a non-profit organization that grants working K9s to law enforcement agencies across the world. This latest training allowed them to become dual certified in patrol as well as explosives. This is a grueling course and we are proud of their dedication to our K9 program!
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Precinct 8's highlights from the past week:-Over 430 traffic stops were conducted. -29 traffic accidents were investigat...
09/16/2021

Precinct 8's highlights from the past week:

-Over 430 traffic stops were conducted.

-29 traffic accidents were investigated including 2 Fail to Stop and Give Information calls and 8 major accidents.

-29 subjects were arrested on outstanding warrants.

-5 drivers were arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.

-Deputies responded to 4 Disturbances and 3 Discharge of a Firearm calls.

-Evening shift deputies responded to suicidal subject call. The subject was transported to the hospital where an Emergency Detention Order was filed.

-Night shift patrol deputies assisted HPD with a Disturbance in progress, a Resisting Arrest call and a Stabbing.

-On September 6, 2021, Deputy Atluri conducted a traffic stop in the 700 block E Sam Houston Pkwy S. When asked for identification, the driver provided his brother’s name and date of birth as his own. After discovering his brother had open warrants, the driver provided Deputy Atluri with his correct name and date of birth. He was charged with Fail to Identify to a Peace Officer.

-On September 6, 2021, Deputy Claunch was dispatched to a suspicious vehicle in the 15300 block of the Gulf Freeway. Deputy Claunch arrived on scene and located the occupied vehicle. A check of the vehicle’s registration revealed it was reported stolen out of Alvin PD. The occupant of the vehicle was detained and provided a false name and date of birth. Deputy Claunch was able to confirm the subject’s identity through Mobile AFIS. The subject was found to have an open warrant filed by Friendswood PD and was later found to be in possession of .49 grams of methamphetamine. He was charged with Fail to ID to a Peace Officer and Possession of a Controlled Substance.

-On September 6, 2021, Deputies Webber and Campbell conducted a traffic stop in the 18200 block of the Gulf Fwy. Deputies conducted a consent based search of the vehicle and located two glass pipes containing methamphetamine residue, a scale, several small plastic bags and 38.4 grams of methamphetamine. Both the driver and passenger were charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver.

-On September 7, 2021, Deputy Calhoun conducted a traffic stop in the 11000 block of the Gulf Freeway on a vehicle for failing to maintain a single lane of travel. The female was driver was found to be intoxicated and was charged with felony Driving While Intoxicated with Child under 15 Years of Age. The driver had two juvenile passengers, a thirteen year old and a fifteen year old. Her bond was set at $1,000.

-On September 7, 2021, Deputy J. Gomez conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 200 block of El Dorado Blvd. Upon a probable cause based search of the vehicle, Deputy Gomez located 14.8 grams of methamphetamine. The driver was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.

-On September 7, 2021, Deputy Morgan attempted to conduct a traffic stop in the 3300 block of Red Bluff Rd. The vehicle accelerated at a high rate of speed and a pursuit ensued. The vehicle came to a stop at a residence where the driver fled inside the house. After a 40 minute standoff, the driver agreed to exit the residence and was apprehended. He was charged with Evading Arrest/Detention in a Vehicle.

-On September 7, 2021, Night shift patrol deputies were dispatched to a major crash at the intersection of E Nasa Pkwy and Saturn Ln. A vehicle was driving at a high rate of speed when he struck the rear of a vehicle stopped at a red light. Both drivers were transported to the hospital. The driver of the ‘at-fault’ vehicle was suspected to be intoxicated. There is an ongoing investigation on this crash.

-On September 9, 2021, Sergeant Hulsart conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 7600 block of E Sam Houston Pkwy S. The driver was found to be heavily intoxicated and placed in custody for Driving While Intoxicated. A check of his information revealed he had an open warrant for a previous DWI filed by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

-On September 9, 2021, Sergeant Toliver conducted a traffic stop in the 3800 block of Red Bluff Rd. A check of the driver’s information revealed he had three open warrants filed by Deer Park PD. While placing him in custody, Sgt. Toliver observed methamphetamine residue on the driver’s seat. Sgt. Toliver proceeded to conduct a probable cause based search of the vehicle and located 19.8 grams of methamphetamine. The passenger was then identified and was found to have an open Parole Warrant. A search of the passenger side of the vehicle yielded a plastic baggie containing 1 gram of methamphetamine. Both driver and passenger were charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.

-On September 10, 2021, Sergeant Cruz responded to a welfare check of a male on the Gulf Freeway. The male was located and ran into traffic while being interviewed by Sgt. Cruz. The male was successfully detained and transported the hospital where an Emergency Detention Order was placed.

-On September 11, 2021, Deputy Atluri conducted a traffic stop in the 11100 block of the S Sam Houston Pkwy E. Deputy Atluri conducted a probable cause search of the vehicle and located a handgun and 102 grams of ma*****na. The passenger was charged with Unlawful Carry of a Weapon.

The staff of Precinct 8 was activated for 12 hour shifts yesterday evening in preparation for the storm. Deputies are cu...
09/14/2021

The staff of Precinct 8 was activated for 12 hour shifts yesterday evening in preparation for the storm. Deputies are currently out monitoring and clearing debris off the roadways.

If you are traveling today, keep a safe distance and watch for downed power lines, debris and standing water.

09/14/2021

***OUTDATED: SEE NEW POSTS***

CURRENT ROADWAY CONDITIONS

𝐈𝐦𝐩𝐚𝐬𝐬𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐞 𝐑𝐨𝐚𝐝𝐬
Garfield & Broadway- Roadway impassable due to low hanging wire
Shoreacres Blvd. at S Broadway- Currently blocked by Shoreacres PD
515 S. Kansas – Down Tree across the road
Shoreacres Blvd. at Miramar- Flooded
Shoreacres Blvd. at 146 through the middle of Shoreacres Blvd.- Flooded

𝐖𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐧 𝐑𝐨𝐚𝐝𝐰𝐚𝐲𝐬
S Broadway at Shady Lawn- Water over the roadway
3500-block of S. Broadway St.- Water across the roadway

𝐑𝐨𝐚𝐝𝐰𝐚𝐲 𝐈𝐬𝐬𝐮𝐞𝐬
Sylvan & Bayshore Dr.- Low powerline on the roadway
3219 Silver Springs Dr.- Light pole leaning

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09/14/2021

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NEW from @NWSHouston | ⛔ FLASH FLOOD WARNING ⛔ issued for Harris County until 9 AM.
✅ Stay where you are for the duration of the storm
✅ NEVER walk/play in floodwaters
✅ Report downed power lines to 713-207-2222
More: https://bit.ly/3tCxpUS
#HurricaneNicholas

09/14/2021
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09/14/2021

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⚠️ ⚠️ FLASH FLOOD WARNING ⚠️ ⚠️ issued for Harris County until 7:30 AM.
⚠️ Stay where you are until the storm has passed
⚠️ Floodwaters are EXTREMELY hard to see at night
⚠️ NEVER walk, swim or drive through floodwaters
More: https://bit.ly/3A5ohKV
#HurricaneNicholas

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With Tropical Storm Nicholas headed our way and possible flooding through the night, we have prepared our high water veh...
09/13/2021

With Tropical Storm Nicholas headed our way and possible flooding through the night, we have prepared our high water vehicles in the event they are needed. Please monitor the weather and avoid driving into high water (or driving all together if you can). Be safe and and be sure to follow ReadyHarris for updates on conditions. #TurnAroundDontDrown

With Tropical Storm Nicholas headed our way and possible flooding through the night, we have prepared our high water vehicles in the event they are needed. Please monitor the weather and avoid driving into high water (or driving all together if you can). Be safe and and be sure to follow ReadyHarris for updates on conditions. #TurnAroundDontDrown

09/13/2021
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***OUTDATED***

Here is the latest update on Tropical Storm Nicholas. Rainfall totals of around 8 to 16 inches are expected for SE Texas, but amounts greater than 20 inches are possible. Storm surge ranging from 2 to 5 feet is expected along the coast. #TXwx #HOUwx #GLSwx #BCSwx

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09/13/2021

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⚠️ FLOOD ADVISORY ⚠️ issued for southern Harris County until 10:45 am.
⚠️ Minor flooding is expected or ongoing
⚠️ TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN
⚠️ Most flood deaths occur in vehicles
More: https://bit.ly/3k2apLP

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09/13/2021

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***OUTDATED***

Tropical Storm Nicholas: 4 am update

Has repositioned further north overnight so should make landfall sooner...Tonight. 60 mph winds and could strengthen.

Main threats
- Very heavy & Intense rainfall rates
- Storm surge flooding from Matagorda Bay eastward to High Island

09/12/2021

A nice surprise! From Texas Department of Transportation: SH 146 northbound at the Fred Hartman Bridge all mainlanes now open. NB mainlanes now in the original configuration.

Today, we celebrate National Police Women’s Day! We honor all the women who chose this profession to boldly stand as rol...
09/12/2021

Today, we celebrate National Police Women’s Day! We honor all the women who chose this profession to boldly stand as role models for women who aspire to work in law enforcement. We are especially thankful to the women behind the badge that serve Precinct 8!

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09/12/2021

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⚠️ ⚠️ TROPICAL STORM WATCH and STORM SURGE WATCH⚠️ ⚠️ have been issued for coastal Harris County until further notice. The time to prepare is NOW.
⚠️ Review your emergency kits: https://bit.ly/32eiO4K
⚠️ Text GULF2021 to 888777 for updates
More: https://bit.ly/391SqyU

Constable Sandlin participated in the Pasadena Livestock Show & Rodeo parade this morning. We were honored to take part ...
09/11/2021

Constable Sandlin participated in the Pasadena Livestock Show & Rodeo parade this morning. We were honored to take part in the fun!

We will never forget…
09/11/2021

We will never forget…

We will never forget…

Precinct 8's highlights from the past week:-Over 470 traffic stops were conducted. -47 traffic accidents were investigat...
09/10/2021

Precinct 8's highlights from the past week:

-Over 470 traffic stops were conducted.

-47 traffic accidents were investigated including 3 Fail to Stop and Give Information calls and 8 major accidents.

-Deputies worked several multivehicle crashes on the Fred Hartman Bridge.

-32 subjects were arrested on outstanding warrants.

-Deputies responded to 14 disturbances.

-13 drivers were arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.

-On August 31, 2021, Deputies Peters and Means conducted a traffic stop on a moped in the 16500 block of Shell Lake Dr. The driver was found to be in possession of baggies containing 1.27 grams of methamphetamine and ma*****na. He was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. Deputy Peters observed the moped’s ignition to be tampered with and attempted to contact the registered owner with no success.

-On September 1, 2021, Deputy A. Gomez conducted a traffic stop in the 4300 block of E Sam Houston Pkwy S. A check of the driver’s information revealed he had an open felony warrant. The driver was found to be in possession of 35.25 grams of methamphetamine and was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance and the warrant.

-On September 1, 2021, Deputy Campbell conducted a traffic stop in the 18200 block of the Gulf Freeway. A check of the passenger’s information revealed she had two open warrants. She was found to be in possession of 1.7 grams of methamphetamine and was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance and the warrants.

-On September 2, 2021, Sergeant Cruz conducted a traffic stop on a stolen vehicle in the 9900 block of Bessemer St. The female driver was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and two handguns. She was charged with Felon in Possession of a Weapon.

-On September 2, 2021, Deputy Morgan conducted a traffic stop in the 600 block of South St. The female driver was found to be in possession of syringes, a glass pipe containing methamphetamine residue and .5 grams of he**in. She was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.

-On September 3, 2021, Sergeant Toliver conducted a traffic stop in the 100 block of the E Sam Houston Pkwy S on a vehicle for failing to maintain a single lane of travel and nearly striking a passing vehicle. Deputy Self arrived on scene to proceed with the investigation. The female driver was found to be intoxicated and was charged with felony driving While Intoxicated with Child under 15 Years of Age. The driver had two unrestrained passengers, a three year old and seven year old child. Her bond was set at $1,000.

-On September 3, 2021, Deputy Self conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 13100 block of the Gulf Freeway after receiving calls of the vehicle nearly striking the side walls of the freeway and other vehicles. Deputies approached the vehicle and observed a handgun in plain view. The driver was found to be heavily intoxicated and placed in custody for Driving While Intoxicated and Unlawful Carry of a Weapon.

-On September 3, 2021, Deputy Glover was dispatched to a theft call. Deputy Glover located the male suspect. During the course of the investigation, the suspect was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and .85 grams of methamphetamine. He was charged for Possession of a Controlled Substance.

-On September 3, 2021, Deputy Webber located a stolen vehicle near the intersection of Bay Area Blvd and El Camino Blvd. A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle in the 16500 block of El Camino Blvd. The driver was taken into custody and charged with Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle. Upon a search of the vehicle, .26 grams of co***ne were located. The DA’s office declined charges for the narcotics found.

-On September 4, 2021, Deputy Atluri conducted a traffic stop in the 5900 block of Haynesworth Ln. A check of the driver’s information revealed he had three open warrants filed by Dickinson Police Department, and the driver was placed in custody. Upon an inventory search of the vehicle, .93 grams of methamphetamine were located. Additional charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance were accepted.

-On September 4, 2021, Deputy Calhoun conducted a traffic stop in the 5000 block of Spencer Hwy. The driver was found to be intoxicated and was placed in custody. A search of the vehicle was conducted and 16.5 grams of co***ne were located. He was charged with Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More, Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Possession of a Controlled Substance. The driver had an unrestrained two year old child passenger.

-On September 4, 2021, Deputy Atluri was dispatched to a crash in the 100 block of the E Sam Houston Twy S where a vehicle struck the rear of a parked flatbed wrecker that parked on the shoulder. Deputies located the suspect driver who was found to be intoxicated. He was charged with Driving While Intoxicated. His bond was set at $500.

-On September 4, 2021, Deputy Morgan was actively patrolling the 15300 block of the Gulf Freeway which is known to be a high crime area. A check of two vehicles parked at the Studio 6 returned back stolen through HPD. A male was observed walking from one of the vehicles. The male was detained and was found to have an open felony warrant filed by Harris County Sheriff’s Office. During the course of the investigation, the male was found to be in possession of 2.2 grams of methamphetamine. Deputies proceeded to conduct an inventory of the vehicle and located a backpack containing several credit cards and billing information. The male was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. The DA’s office declined charges for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle and Possession of Fraudulent Information pending further investigation.

-On September 4, 2021, Deputy Cratty was dispatched to a disturbance at the Timewise Gas Station located in the 18300 block of the Gulf Freeway for reports of a male waving a machete and threatening individuals. Responding deputies arrived on scene and detained the suspect. Deputies conducted a search of his backpack and located .9 grams of black tar he**in, .1 grams of powder he**in and 1.5 grams of methamphetamine. An Emergency Detention Order was filed and the suspect was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.

-On September 5, 2021, Deputy J. Gomez was actively patrolling the 12800 block of the Gulf Freeway when he observed three vehicles traveling in unison at speeds exceeding 100 mph. Deputy Gomez was able to stop one of the vehicles. The driver was charged with Racing on Highway.

-On September 5, 2021, Deputies Gossett and Means observed a male in a No Trespassing area. When asked for identification, the male provided a false name and date of birth. Deputies were able to confirm the subject’s identity through Mobile AFIS. The subject was charged with Fail to ID to Peace Officer.

-On September 5, 2021, Deputy Calhoun attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 2300 block of the N Sam Houston Tollway E. The driver failed to stop and a pursuit ensued. The vehicle came to a stop in the 500 block of Seminar Dr. and the suspect was apprehended. The driver was charged with Evading Arrest/Detention with Vehicle.

-On September 5, 2021, Deputy Henderson conducted a traffic stop in the 1500 block of E Sam Houston Pkwy N on a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. Upon contact with the vehicle, the Deputy detected a strong odor of ma*****na. A probable cause search of the vehicle was conducted, and Deputy Henderson located a handgun, synthetic urine and multiple bags containing a total of 3.34 grams of ma*****na. The driver was charged with Unlawful Carry of a Weapon.

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Super aggressive cop just rolls up and starts frisking man who is not breaking the law
Harris County Precinct 8 Just want to send out a big hello an to say be safe an have good shifts!!
Abuse I have been having issues with hubby, I had to call the police 3 times and every time 2 officers would come n Every time I was told "normally we make the aggressor leave, but because he is drunk, we don't want him driving, so I will have to leave. He Throwing things n breaking things threatening me and They are taking his side. About 2 weeks ago, he literally tried choking twice and literally threw me out. I had $40 n no one would give me a room, they wanted $55+, so I went to the Jersey Village Police, parking lot, for safety, to sleep in my car, I accidentally found their lot where they park their cars, so I thought this was a safe place to sleep, until they found me, they said I was "trespassing" and I had to leave. Couple of nights later, I am at Kroger on Westheimer n my wallet keys and phone gets stolen, out of the shopping cart, ( I am such an idiot, I deserved it), so I call the police, they come out, make a report, so I got up the guts to make a report about Hubby throwing me out, (he put his hands on me). About a week later, I get a phone call from HPD, saying that because the "assault" happened outside of their jurisdiction, they will not do anything, I have to report it here. 5 Times, The Police Refused to Help Me. 5 Times. This is How the Constable/Sheriff Protect and Serve Us! Last night, he balled up his fist at me, because I refused to cuddle with, because of the way he was treating me (I have it on recording), I stood my ground, and said “go a head, leave a mark on me”, needless to say, he did not touch me, called the B word and left me alone. I was praying the hold time, but I did not show it. Why call the Police? They refuse to do anything.
Constable Sandlin, For the record, Lizzy Pietrzak just threatened to bring Mathew Pietrzak to my home and attack me after I made comments about your deputies arresting her brother. If I am attacked I wanted the authorities to be duly notified. Thank you.
Want to thank your officers for the extra patrols through University Trace. We've apparently had a lot of cars and homes broken into, do the drive throughs with the additional spotlighting is very reassuring to see. Please pass my thanks on to your staff.
Thank you friends we are on the order from the security secretariat of Jalisco Mexico
Is there an update for the young mother life flighted this morning from intersection of Red Bluff and Fairmont pkwy?
The Texas Department of Transportation, it’s Behavioral Traffic Safety Section, and the Houston District’s Office, invites you to participate in this year’s 2019 Click It Or Ticket (CIOT) Campaign Press Event, scheduled for 10:30 am on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at Hermann Square Park at City Hall, 900 Smith Street, Houston, 77002. We are reaching out to our Traffic Safety Stakeholders as well as to 2019 CIOT Law Enforcement participants to help us identify Speakers for this Press Event. The time required is about 10 minutes for each Speaker and they should arrive at 10:00 am. Speakers and participants will have reserved parking spots in the City Hall Annex surface lot. Participants should bring/display the pass available at the link below to show security they have permission to park in the reserved spots. HOUSTON MAP/LOGISTICS INFO: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jx5qg8a8al7f5bu/AAAr9X6uMO-KeHnTW7KQY3kha?dl=0 Onsite Contact: Robert Nash (512-779-3847) In previous years, representatives from Houston Police Department, Harris County Constables, Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Harris County Commissioners, Harris County District Attorney’s Office, Houston’s Trauma Centers, DPS, and TxDOT’s Leadership have graciously given of their time supporting us as Speakers. Some have already confirmed, but as this is a very important occasion for all of us in Traffic Safety, and especially in support of Houston, one of the cities with the highest rates of deaths due to traffic related crashes, we would like to have more representation and diversity. Unfortunately, we don’t have too much time left. So please, contribute some of your time from your already busy schedule and join us on May 22nd at 10 am, Hermann Square Park at City Hall, 900 Smith Street, Houston, 77002. Best Regards, LILLIAN M. RAMIREZ TRAFFIC SAFETY SPECIALIST HOUSTON DISTRICT BEHAVIORAL TRAFFIC SAFETY SECTION TRAFFIC SAFETY DIVISION TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 7600 WASHINGTON AVE, HOUSTON, TX 77007 Office Hours from 7 am – 4 pm OFFICE: 713-802-5877 | MOBILE: 737-701-4127| EMAIL: [email protected] eGrants Help Page https://www.txdot.gov/apps/eGrants/eGrantsHelp/index.html Request TxDOT Crash Data http://www.txdot.gov/apps-cg/crash_records/form.htm
My son was walking home from CLHS when a silver and/or white truck passed him by. The truck has a wave like design around the bottom. As they drove passed, they rolled their window down to throw a bottle at him. He is not sure if they spoke, he didnt see a face. However, he is a mixed race child, so I obviously have to consider that as a reason. Please, look for this truck.
I just wanted to thank you guys for your attempts in safeguarding the Middlebrook subdivision as of late especially during the morning when we are taking our children to school. I have seen numerous reports of all types of unlawful Behavior as of late circling about, and I just wanted to drop you guys a line to show my appreciation for your efforts to look after our community and especially our children. Kudos to you all and keep up the good work. Stay safe out there.
Greetings all, To my understanding in the meeting today dated, 1/29/19, Sean Teare was not able to issue a warrant for the blood test where a repeat offender of ma*****na possession who admitted to ingesting ma*****na 7 hours prior to the fatal accident that killed my daughter Chelcie Victoria Cloud based upon the DRE Sgt. Ryan Gosset of Precinct 8 opinions that; the killer who hit and killed my daughter while her hazard lights were activated did not look intoxicated. The fresh burning scent of ma*****na exuding from the vehicle and on his person was not enough or probable cause because of an opinion of a DRE who failed to take (his) Zachery Commander’s blood pressure, pulse and temperature. The accused also refused to submit to a blood test and a field sobriety test. My question is, what were Gosset’s opinions based upon if he failed to perform his complete duties and Commander refused all of the test. Are you telling me that the Chief of vehicular homicide does not have the authority or sole powers to make an executive decision to issue a warrant for a blood test, knowing that the offender admitted to smoking ma*****na. I understood the attorney who stated that he presented the case to the Grand Jury and he stated that the offenses committed by Commander were juvenile offenses. Commander is 36 years old and 10 years ago he was 26 years old and that does not constitute a juvenile in the state of Texas. I never received and answer in regards to the usable amount of ma*****na found in the vehicle and the possession of a fire arm in a company vehicle within a license to carry. The attorney who presented the case failed to mention all of these facts to the jury because he was not aware of the facts. Commander was not a juvenile on each time an officer in Harris County and Waller County found him in possession of ma*****na. It is also a fact that he had 2 DWI’s in Harris County and the 3rd where he would have tested positive would have made him a felon. I will await your answers to these questions before moving forward. Thank you in advance for your time and expeditious response in regards to this hardship and unpunished death of our daughter, Chelcie Victoria Cloud. Signed, Allison Cloud James Wilson
Thank you y’all the brave men and women wearing BLUE 💙💙💙