Spring, Texas – December 16th, 2017: The President of the Mirror Lake Subdivision HOA was arrested Friday evening after pulling a pistol on a group of kids in the neighborhood.
Several neighborhood teenagers were squealing their tires in the cul-de-sac. A man reportedly approached the teens screaming and cursing at them and yelling he “was the HOA President and was in charge”. According to sources, the man pulled out a pistol and said “he was going to put holes in their car” and “next time it would be worse”.
The man identifying himself as the HOA President was the one who reportedly called the police. The tables turned when he was the one placed in cuffs.
The suspect, identified as 40-year-old John David Warner, was arrested by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office and was booked on the felony charge of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Warner remains in the Harris County Jail on a $30,000.00 bond. His court date is scheduled for Monday, December 18th, 2017.
Warner could be sentenced up to 20 years in prison and fined up to $10,000.00.
According to Facebook, Warner was a United States Marine. He has no prior criminal history.
The Mirror Lake Subdivision is managed by Chaparral Management Company. We have reached out to Chaparral but have not yet received a response.
Executive Director of Cypress Creek EMS Being Investigated For Sexual Harassment Allegations
Spring, Texas – January 10th, 2018: The Executive Director of Cypress Creek EMS is under fire after multiple sexual harassment allegations have surfaced.
According to sources, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been notified of two complaints and are actively investigating CCEMS Executive Director, Bradley England for allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace. Over the past two weeks, investigators have been on-site interviewing CCEMS employees. Sources tell us that there are multiple victims including ambulance paramedics and office staff.
A victim that wishes to remain anonymous told Spring Happenings that England has been sexually harassing female employees for years. She encourages anyone who has been harassed to come forward and file a complaint.
Cypress Creek EMS is a 501c3 organization that is funded by tax dollars from Emergency Services District #11. CCEMS provides 911 ambulance service to over 177 square miles of North Harris County.
At the time of publication, CCEMS Public Information Officer, Norm Uhl, has failed to return our multiple attempts for a statement.
This is a developing story that we will continue to follow as we gain more information from victims, EEOC and Harris County courts.
Montgomery County Softball Coach Charged With Sexually Assaulting a Child
Spring, Texas – January 9th, 2018: The Montgomery County Constable Office, Precinct 3 has arrested a softball coach for sexually assaulting children and students in Montgomery County.
Juan “Manny” Corona, known to kids as “Coach Manny” has been coaching softball for over 17 years. He spent the last 10 years coaching in Montgomery County, including providing private lessons at the South Montgomery County Softball League located off Pruitt Road.
Mr. Corona had earned the trust of parents who even let him pick up their children from school and take them to such private lessons. This is most often when the assaults would occur. During the sexual assaults, Mr. Corona would make threats that something would happen to the students, including being thrown off of the team, if the child told anyone. The victim is 14, and due to restrictions as it relates to juveniles, the information is limited to what law enforcement will share.
Over the last 10 years, Corona has been in contact with many children in Montgomery County. The Montgomery County Constable’s Office, Precinct 3 is reaching out to the public to find any other victims from his past. From working on similar cases, Montgomery County Constable’s Office Precinct 3 shared that it is very rare that they only target one child.
Captain Dan Zientek of Montgomery County Constable’s Office, Precinct 3 shared that “If your child is going to an event, coaching, or instruction, and you are able, go with your child; if you are unable to go to the instruction, make sure that your child is never alone with the instructors. Even in this case when other students, friends or family were around the assaults did not happen. Make sure to create that open dialog with your child to try to make them as comfortable as possible to talk when these things happen. Child predators are con artists, manipulators and they will manipulate both the parent and the child to gain that trust.”
Juan “Manny” Corona is a 44-year-old Hispanic male. He was booked into Montgomery County Jail on January 3rd after a warrant was served at his residence. He has been charged with three counts of Sexual assault of a child and has a $100,000 bond.
Anyone having information on this case or any other victims please call the Montgomery County Constable’s Office, Precinct 3 at 281-364-4211 and speak to any of the Detectives.
Three Suspects Arrested in Connection With Over 150 Car Burglaries
Spring, Texas – January 4th, 2018: After an intense 3-month investigation, Deputies with Constable Mark Herman’s Office have arrested and charged three suspects in over 150 burglaries to motor vehicles in north Harris County.
The break in all of these crimes, occurred when on the night of December 22, 2017, a male suspect was caught on home video surveillance breaking into a vehicle in the 6800 block of Tammany Manor Lane.
Constables were able to quickly identify the suspect in the footage as Dain Fletcher. When Constable Investigators ran on his home, Fletcher was arrested and found to be in possession of several firearms along with an assortment of stolen property and drugs.
During police interviews with Fletcher, he implicated several other suspects involved in the car burglaries. Two additional suspects identified as Dominque Demond Lockett and De’Aries Jahmar Smith were located and implicated in the vehicle burglaries. Investigators recovered stolen property and narcotics from both Lockett and Smith when they were arrested.
“The arrest of these three suspects has led to the clearance of over 150 car burglaries throughout Northwest Harris County neighborhoods including, Dowdell PUD, Bridgestone MUD, Villages of Creekside, Meadowhill MUD, Glenloch Farms, Charterwood, and Northpoint,” Said Constable Mark Herman.
All stolen properties have been returned to the rightful owners and Constable Investigators have rearrested all three suspects on new charges recently after they initially bonded out of jail.