Tomball, Texas – March 7th, 2017: Harris County Sheriff’s Office Auto Theft Unit asking for the public’s help in identifying two men who stole two travel trailers from a local storage unit.
On Wednesday, February 22, 2017, deputies were called to a storage facility located in the 11100 block of Spring Cypress road in north Harris County. The complainant informed deputies his 27 ft. Layton travel trailer was missing from the storage unit. He had last checked on the travel trailer a few weeks earlier. He returned that morning to clean the trailer for a trip and found it missing. Upon viewing security camera footage it was learned that two men entered the property around 6:30 pm on Monday, February 20, 2017.
The first male subject described is a black male 25 to 30 years old heavy set with a mustache, driving a white older model dually pickup truck. The truck has numerous dents along the driver side door and rear driver side passenger door. It also has black alloy colored rims. The male used a grinder to open the gate after unsuccessfully entering codes to access it.
The second male was also driving a white colored dually with Chrome rims and has an extended tool box in the bed. The truck also has a large Harley–Davidson sticker on the back windshield.
The driver of the second vehicle is not seen on camera, but footage shows him hooking a 2017 North Trail Travel Trailer white in color to his truck and exiting the property. The still photos show the first male driver and the second truck involved in the thefts.
Anyone with information on the identity of the male subject is urged to call the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Auto Theft Unit at 281-446-4399.
Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the charging and/or arrest of the suspect in this case. Information may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477) or submitted online at www.crime-stoppers.org. Tips may also be sent via a text message by texting the following: TIP610 plus the information to CRIMES (274637). All tipsters remain anonymous.
Constables Nab Looting Suspect With a Response Time Of Under One Minute
Houston, Texas – August 31st, 2017: On August 30, 2017, deputies with Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman’s Office responded to Capri Liquor, located in the 3000 block of FM 1960, in reference to a possible burglary. Constable Deputies arrived in under 1 minute and discovered the front door glass shattered. Deputies entered the business and located Abdu Wiley hiding in a locked bathroom.
“Abdu Wiley was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, charged with Burglary of a Business during a Natural Disaster. His bond is set at $15,000.00 out of the District Court.” – Constable Mark Herman
Precinct 4 Driver/Anti-Crime Patrol Initiative; Saturday Night Statistics
Spring, Texas – August 20th, 2017: Task force units from Constable Mark Herman’s office were out again last night in full force after a very successful initiative on Friday.
61 – Calls for Police Service Answered
591 – Citations
7 – Felony Arrests
10 – Misdemeanor Arrests
48 – Warrants Cleared with Arrests
1 – Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle
2 – Driving While Intoxicated Arrests
6 – No Drivers License/ No Insurance Vehicles Towed
$5,031 Seized cash Possession of Marijuana ( Under Cover Deputies )
* These statistics do not include statistics from the Sheriff’s Office*
Precinct 4 Driver/Anti-Crime Patrol Initiative; Friday Night Statistics
Spring, Texas – August 19th, 2017: Constable Mark Herman’s Impaired Driver/Anti-Crime Task Force HUGE Success last Night! Here are some Statistics from a 6 hour period :
- DWI Arrests – 7
- Felony Arrests – 7
- Misdemeanor Arrests – 16
- Citations: 502
- Warrants Cleared – 44
- Police Pursuits – 1 ( suspect in custody )
- No Drivers License or Insurance – 4 Vehicles Towed
- Seizure: $1,764 cash stemming from a POM case
Task Force will be out again thru the weekend!
Starting this Friday, August 18, 2017, and throughout the weekend, Harris County Constable Mark Herman’s Office and representatives from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office will initiate an Impaired Driver/Anti-Crime Patrol Initiative throughout North Harris County. The initiative will consist of additional police patrols that will specifically target Impaired Drivers and the criminal element in North Harris County.
Investigations will be conducted and coordinated with TABC (Texas, Alcohol, and Beverage Commission) on all suspected Impaired Drivers arrested to determine if they are coming from an establishment where they have consumed alcoholic beverages. Law enforcement will then work to pursue charges on those establishments if warranted.
“If you choose to drink and drive impaired, then you choose to go to jail. With the additional patrols on our streets this weekend, the chances of you getting caught will be in law enforcement’s favor.” – Constable Mark Herman
You can help us keep you and other citizens on the roadways safe by following these simple safety tips:
DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL AND DRIVE!
- If you do drink, have plans to designate a sober driver.
- Call a cab for transportation needs.
- Do not get in a vehicle with an impaired driver.