Spring, Texas – October 7th, 2017: This week, Constable Ryan Gable announced that the Montgomery County Precinct 3 Constable’s Office would be the first law enforcement agency in Montgomery County to have deputies assigned to a dedicated full time DWI enforcement program. After a study by Texas A&M University earlier this year it was learned that Montgomery County ranks as number one in fatality accidents in the state of Texas by population.
“In 2016, Montgomery County was tied for first place in the number of DWI related fatalities per our population. We continue to fight to save innocent lives from DWI offenders. I am very excited to learn that starting this weekend; Constable Ryan Gable will have full-time DWI enforcement units patrolling in Precinct 3. These officers will be the first full-time DWI officers in Montgomery County. This is a huge step forward in our ability to stop DWI in our area.” Brett Ligon – Montgomery County District Attorney
Starting this Saturday, October 7th, 2017 the Montgomery County Precinct 3 Constable’s Office will have deputies assigned to DWI enforcement. The program is not just about enforcement but also the education of the public, including public service messages and education programs to reduce the number of DWIs on the road.
HOA President Arrested After Pulling Gun On Neighborhood Kids
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.
Spring Man Posing as Police Officer Charged with 3rd Degree Felony
Tomball, Texas – December 13th, 2017: On December 10, 2017, Deputies with Constable Mark Herman’s Office responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 20300 block of Yosemite Falls Drive.
Arriving deputies detained a male that was walking house to house within the subdivision knocking on doors. The male, identified as Lance McClendon, according to a witness had identified himself as a Police Officer. McClendon also displayed his passport to the witness, claiming that it was his police identification.
Lance McClendon was arrested and booked into Harris County Jail, charged with a 3rd degree Felony for
Impersonation of a Public Servant. His bond is set at $5,000.00 out of the 351st District Court.
“We urge our citizens to contact law enforcement if they have suspicions of a suspect impersonating a Police Officer.” -Constable Mark Herman
2012 Klein Collins Valedictorian Found Dead in San Francisco Bay
Spring, Texas – December 12th, 2017: A body discovered in the Bay of San Francisco, California has been identified as Chuchu Ma, 23-years-old, of Spring.
Just after 10:00 AM Thursday a bicyclist on a trail near San Fransisco Bay reported seeing a body in the water. The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office dive team was called in to help recover the body. A few hours after the discovery, Mountain View Police received a report of a missing person, whose description matched the body that was found. Investigators said Ma was half naked. It’s not clear if she was dumped into the bay, or if the body floated from a different location.
Ma moved out to San Fransisco to work for Google as a software developer.
In a statement issued by Google, a spokesperson wrote, “Chuchu was an excellent software engineer in our developer product team. We are devastated to learn of her passing, and our deepest condolences are with her family and friends.”
Investigators are labeling the case an unattended death and are awaiting results of an autopsy. Foul play has not yet been ruled out.
Ma was a 2016 graduate of the University of Texas-Austin, a National Merit Scholar and a 2012 valedictorian of Klein Collins High School in her hometown of Spring.