Silvia Trevino,Harris County Constable Precinct 6

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Operating as usual

This weekend we attended The Communities Together Family & Friends Day Event hosted by Harold V. Dutton, a State Represe...
08/02/2021

This weekend we attended The Communities Together Family & Friends Day Event hosted by Harold V. Dutton, a State Representative with over 35 years in office! It was a wonderful event to show appreciation to all the volunteers who sacrificed their time during the pandemic to serve others, hosted in the beautiful new Redemption Square in Generation Park.

What an honor it was to be recognized among distinguished guests such as our Mayor Sylvester Turner, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, State Representative Ana Hernandez, Constable Sherman Eagleton, and many more!

Thank you to all who made the event possible and especially to our wonderful Precinct 6 Deputies who were in attendance!

07/31/2021

On behalf of Harris County Constable Precinct 6, our thoughts, prayers, and condolences go out to the family, friends, and coworkers of Precinct 1 Deputy Raymond C. Burford.

Please keep Harris County Precinct 1 Constable's Office and all those that were touched by Deputy Burford's life in your thoughts and prayers as they navigate through this difficult time.

Last night our Friends4Ever program attended the Community Family Centers Camp Fresh Talent Show. Sergeant Hutchison and...
07/30/2021

Last night our Friends4Ever program attended the Community Family Centers Camp Fresh Talent Show. Sergeant Hutchison and Deputy Perez performed a choreographed dance routine with the children that graduated from our Friends4Ever program.

Congratulations to Community Family Centers for celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the beautiful J P McGovern Sports and Recreation Center.

Thank you for allowing us to get involved this summer and for the special recognition of Constable Trevino and our Friends4Ever program!

Applications for the Harris County Recovery Assistance Program are now being accepted. Those that need help recovering f...
07/29/2021
Harris County Recovery Assistance Administered by Catholic Charities

Applications for the Harris County Recovery Assistance Program are now being accepted. Those that need help recovering from financial distress caused by the pandemic can apply at the following link: https://www.harriscountyrelief.org/

20,000 households will be selected and each will receive a one-time payment of $1,500 to use for any emergency expenses. The application will be open until August 11.

Eligibility Requirements:
• Households have to be within Harris County.
• Applicants must be 18 years or older, or be an emancipated minor.
• Households must demonstrate economic hardship incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic.
• Household must have at least one member enrolled in a public assistance program, or total household income at or below 60% of the HUD Area Median Family Income.
• One payment will be made per family unit. If housing is shared by more than one family unit, each family unit may apply.
• As required by federal guidelines, at least one adult member of the household must be a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident, refugee, or other qualified noncitizen.

Harris County is providing $30 million in funding to help people who are suffering financial hardship brought on by COVID-19.

Suspect Charged For Felony Assault of a Family Member, Aggravated Assault of a Family Member, and Felony Evading⚠️ Crime...
07/28/2021

Suspect Charged For Felony Assault of a Family Member, Aggravated Assault of a Family Member, and Felony Evading

⚠️ Crime Report
📆 July 24, 2021
🌎 Northside Village

At approximately 12:53am, Deputy J. Garcia was advised by a female juvenile that her father was assaulting her mother and brother and pointed in the direction of their apartment unit. While heading that direction, deputies were advised by the mother where the father was located.

Deputies observed the father exit the residence and upon seeing deputies, he fled the scene. With the help of a nearby civilian, deputies located the father and he was detained.

Deputies conducted further investigation and spoke with the brother who was bleeding after being assaulted by the suspect.

The District Attorney’s Office accepted charges for Aggravated Assault of a Family Member, Felony Assault of a Family Member, and Felony Evading. The father had 6 prior evading charges and 5 prior assault charges.

The suspect was transported to St. Joseph’s Hospital for evaluation and later transported to Harris County JPC for booking and processing.

Great work Deputy Garcia! Thank you to the civilian that helped deputies locate the suspect!
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Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

Suspect Charged For Felony Assault of a Family Member, Aggravated Assault of a Family Member, and Felony Evading

⚠️ Crime Report
📆 July 24, 2021
🌎 Northside Village

At approximately 12:53am, Deputy J. Garcia was advised by a female juvenile that her father was assaulting her mother and brother and pointed in the direction of their apartment unit. While heading that direction, deputies were advised by the mother where the father was located.

Deputies observed the father exit the residence and upon seeing deputies, he fled the scene. With the help of a nearby civilian, deputies located the father and he was detained.

Deputies conducted further investigation and spoke with the brother who was bleeding after being assaulted by the suspect.

The District Attorney’s Office accepted charges for Aggravated Assault of a Family Member, Felony Assault of a Family Member, and Felony Evading. The father had 6 prior evading charges and 5 prior assault charges.

The suspect was transported to St. Joseph’s Hospital for evaluation and later transported to Harris County JPC for booking and processing.

Great work Deputy Garcia! Thank you to the civilian that helped deputies locate the suspect!
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Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

⚠️ Crime Report📆 July 24, 2021🌎 HarrisburgAt approximately 4:42am, Deputy J. Flores was dispatched to a Failure to Stop ...
07/27/2021

⚠️ Crime Report
📆 July 24, 2021
🌎 Harrisburg

At approximately 4:42am, Deputy J. Flores was dispatched to a Failure to Stop and Give Information call at 5099 Harrisburg Blvd.

Deputy Flores spoke with the victim who stated the male suspect was behind him at a red light and attempted to drive around him, striking his left side bumper. The victim stated he followed the suspect to his house and retrieved his address.

Deputy Pena arrived at the address with the victim and they observed the suspect's vehicle. The vehicle was still running and the suspect was asleep behind the wheel. Deputies attempted to wake up the suspect for approximately 10 minutes, before he finally woke up. The suspect continuously refused to open the door. Deputies contacted the District Attorney’s office to receive permission to break the window, if needed, and were granted permission. Deputy Flores struck the window multiple times before the suspect finally exited the vehicle.

The suspect was detained and deputies transported the suspect to Harris County JPC to conduct a Field Sobriety Test. The suspect’s breath samples registered over the legal limit, at .110 and .114 BAC.

The District Attorney’s Office accepted charges for Driving While Intoxicated, Failure to Stop and Give Information, and Interference With Duties of a Public Servant.

Great work Deputy Flores and Deputy Pena!

⚠️ Crime Report
📆 July 24, 2021
🌎 Harrisburg

At approximately 4:42am, Deputy J. Flores was dispatched to a Failure to Stop and Give Information call at 5099 Harrisburg Blvd.

Deputy Flores spoke with the victim who stated the male suspect was behind him at a red light and attempted to drive around him, striking his left side bumper. The victim stated he followed the suspect to his house and retrieved his address.

Deputy Pena arrived at the address with the victim and they observed the suspect's vehicle. The vehicle was still running and the suspect was asleep behind the wheel. Deputies attempted to wake up the suspect for approximately 10 minutes, before he finally woke up. The suspect continuously refused to open the door. Deputies contacted the District Attorney’s office to receive permission to break the window, if needed, and were granted permission. Deputy Flores struck the window multiple times before the suspect finally exited the vehicle.

The suspect was detained and deputies transported the suspect to Harris County JPC to conduct a Field Sobriety Test. The suspect’s breath samples registered over the legal limit, at .110 and .114 BAC.

The District Attorney’s Office accepted charges for Driving While Intoxicated, Failure to Stop and Give Information, and Interference With Duties of a Public Servant.

Great work Deputy Flores and Deputy Pena!

Bring the kids and join us for our Back 2 School Cool Down Event!When: Saturday, August 14, 2021Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM...
07/26/2021

Bring the kids and join us for our Back 2 School Cool Down Event!

When: Saturday, August 14, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Where: 5900 Canal St. Houston, TX 77011

This will be a free drive-thru event full of goodies for our students to start the school year off right!
In partnership with The Law Office of Luis Ruiz, State Representative Ana Hernandez, Judge Victor Trevino III, Staples, Rebuilding Together, Aquario Dental, Allegiance Bank, The Home Depot Foundation, El Centro de Corazón, and McDonald's

A student must be present to attend!
See you here!

Bring the kids and join us for our Back 2 School Cool Down Event!

When: Saturday, August 14, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Where: 5900 Canal St. Houston, TX 77011

This will be a free drive-thru event full of goodies for our students to start the school year off right!
In partnership with The Law Office of Luis Ruiz, State Representative Ana Hernandez, Judge Victor Trevino III, Staples, Rebuilding Together, Aquario Dental, Allegiance Bank, The Home Depot Foundation, El Centro de Corazón, and McDonald's

A student must be present to attend!
See you here!

⚠️ Crime Report📆 July 17, 2021🌎 Fifth WardSergeant Reed was patrolling near the 800 block of Press St. when he observed ...
07/24/2021

⚠️ Crime Report
📆 July 17, 2021
🌎 Fifth Ward

Sergeant Reed was patrolling near the 800 block of Press St. when he observed a suspicious vehicle parked in an isolated area. Sergeant Reed observed a male and female in the back seat of a vehicle and ordered both to get dressed and asked them for identification.

Sergeant Reed could smell a strong odor of Ma*****na emitting from the vehicle and requested back up. The male and female were both detained and the male gave deputies permission to search the vehicle.

Deputies discovered a loaded semi-automatic handgun under the driver’s seat and located 4 grams of Ma*****na. Upon further investigation, the male suspect was found to be a convicted Felon.

The District Attorney’s Office accepted a charge for Felon in Possession of a Weapon on the male suspect. The male suspect was transported and booked into Harris County JPC.

Nice work Sergeant Reed!
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Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

PRECINCT 6 IS HIRING DEPUTIES! JOIN TODAY!The Office of Harris County Constable Silvia Trevino is looking for individual...
07/23/2021

PRECINCT 6 IS HIRING DEPUTIES! JOIN TODAY!

The Office of Harris County Constable Silvia Trevino is looking for individuals who are committed to listening with compassion, who have the courage to hold themselves and others accountable for their actions, who will treat others the way you want to be treated, who will advocate for and defend the Constitution and the people we serve, with Integrity, Regard for Human Life, Professionalism, Honor, Equality, and Justice for ALL!

If you are interested, apply today!

To Apply:
1. Visit: www.bit.ly/Pct6App
2. Print out and complete the application
3. Deliver the application to 5900 Canal St. along with the appropriate documents

PLEASE SHARE!

Requirements:
• High School Diploma or G.E.D.
• Driver’s License, Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, Proof of Residency
• TCOLE Certification
• Must pass a Fi****ms Proficiency Qualification
• Good credit
• 21+ years of age
• Must be a U.S. Citizen
• Must pass a drug test, physical exam, and psychological exam
• Veterans must have Honorable Discharge

For employment questions, call 713-274-3400 and ask to be directed to our recruiting division.

PRECINCT 6 IS HIRING DEPUTIES! JOIN TODAY!

The Office of Harris County Constable Silvia Trevino is looking for individuals who are committed to listening with compassion, who have the courage to hold themselves and others accountable for their actions, who will treat others the way you want to be treated, who will advocate for and defend the Constitution and the people we serve, with Integrity, Regard for Human Life, Professionalism, Honor, Equality, and Justice for ALL!

If you are interested, apply today!

To Apply:
1. Visit: www.bit.ly/Pct6App
2. Print out and complete the application
3. Deliver the application to 5900 Canal St. along with the appropriate documents

PLEASE SHARE!

Requirements:
• High School Diploma or G.E.D.
• Driver’s License, Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, Proof of Residency
• TCOLE Certification
• Must pass a Fi****ms Proficiency Qualification
• Good credit
• 21+ years of age
• Must be a U.S. Citizen
• Must pass a drug test, physical exam, and psychological exam
• Veterans must have Honorable Discharge

For employment questions, call 713-274-3400 and ask to be directed to our recruiting division.

Yesterday we visited Community Family Centers and presented Mr. Eric's class with their Friends4Ever graduation certific...
07/21/2021

Yesterday we visited Community Family Centers and presented Mr. Eric's class with their Friends4Ever graduation certificates. Congratulations to Mr. Eric's class and to all of our Friends4Ever graduates at Camp Fresh 2021! We are proud of each and every one of you for your accomplishments!

Congratulations to all of our newest Friends4Ever program graduates! Sergeant Hutchison and Deputy Perez have been teach...
07/20/2021

Congratulations to all of our newest Friends4Ever program graduates! Sergeant Hutchison and Deputy Perez have been teaching our Friends4Ever program this summer to the youth enrolled in Community Family Centers Camp Fresh program.

Assistant Chief Deputy Avalos and Deputy Perez presented each student in Ms. Edely's class and Ms. Devonna's class with a certificate recognizing their completion of the program, which teaches children to say no to bullying, guns, drugs, and gangs.

Weather radar shows thunderstorms moving towards the Houston area and parts of Harris County have the potential to see s...
07/19/2021

Weather radar shows thunderstorms moving towards the Houston area and parts of Harris County have the potential to see some heavy rainfall later this evening. Please be safe on your commute home!

Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

Weather radar shows thunderstorms moving towards the Houston area and parts of Harris County have the potential to see some heavy rainfall later this evening. Please be safe on your commute home!

Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

⚠️ Crime Report 📆 July 8, 2021 🌎 Gulfgate On July 8, Sergeant Maldonado was advised that a suspect had taken electrical ...
07/17/2021

⚠️ Crime Report
📆 July 8, 2021
🌎 Gulfgate

On July 8, Sergeant Maldonado was advised that a suspect had taken electrical wiring, valued at over $1,100, from Lowe’s Home Improvement without paying for the merchandise.

Sergeant Maldonado spotted the vehicle near the 3100 block of Woodridge Dr. at a redlight and the driver entered the freeway at a high rate of speed. The suspect reached speeds of approximately 100 MPH and drove to a residence, where he exited the vehicle and attempted to enter the gated residence. Sergeant Maldonado exited his vehicle and drew his weapon, as the suspect attempted to enter the gate. Sergeant Maldonado detained the suspect safely.

The suspect admitted he did not stop his vehicle because he had stolen from Lowe’s. Loss prevention at Lowe’s was contacted and confirmed that the suspect attempted to take the merchandise without paying for it.

The District Attorney’s Office accepted charges for Theft and Evading in a Motor Vehicle. The suspect was transported to Harris County JPC for booking and processing.

Great work Sergeant Maldonado!

Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

⚠️ Crime Report
📆 July 8, 2021
🌎 Gulfgate

On July 8, Sergeant Maldonado was advised that a suspect had taken electrical wiring, valued at over $1,100, from Lowe’s Home Improvement without paying for the merchandise.

Sergeant Maldonado spotted the vehicle near the 3100 block of Woodridge Dr. at a redlight and the driver entered the freeway at a high rate of speed. The suspect reached speeds of approximately 100 MPH and drove to a residence, where he exited the vehicle and attempted to enter the gated residence. Sergeant Maldonado exited his vehicle and drew his weapon, as the suspect attempted to enter the gate. Sergeant Maldonado detained the suspect safely.

The suspect admitted he did not stop his vehicle because he had stolen from Lowe’s. Loss prevention at Lowe’s was contacted and confirmed that the suspect attempted to take the merchandise without paying for it.

The District Attorney’s Office accepted charges for Theft and Evading in a Motor Vehicle. The suspect was transported to Harris County JPC for booking and processing.

Great work Sergeant Maldonado!

Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

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5900 Canal St
Houston, TX
77011

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Glad to see our Constable Silvia R. Trevino enjoying the game...
Thank you Officer James Tran for your quick response this morning. Here within 10 mins of call. We called HPD @ 5am Because of break in vehicles and still waiting.
Can ANYTHING be done about the tow truck drivers? Just today I’m in the left lane going forward when one jumps in front of me from the right lane almost striking my car all to get to a minor accident. This token policy is absurd. You guys need to consider a contract that lasts a year and change out companies. They’re dangerous and today almost caused a major accident to get to a minor accident.
When are you going to charge your officer who killed Nicholas Chavez?? Where is the body cam footage?? Where is the external investigation??
Ya'll murdered this man. How do you justify this shooting?
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Just saw Precinct 6 SUV roll slowly down my street. Thank you for all you guys and gals do! #ErbySt 👮‍♂️👍👮‍♀️