Police Blotter for May 6 -12
City of Shenandoah Police Calls and Activity
- Hit and Run Accident – Memorial Herman Parking Lot – Victim’s vehicle was parked and struck while unoccupied by an unknown suspect vehicle.
- Burglary of a Vehicle – Homewood Suites – 2016 Dodge pickup burglarized. Forced entry to vehicle made by smashing a window. Unsecured jewelry and cash stolen.
- Criminal Mischief – Days Inn – Tires slashed on a 2016 Hyundai Sonata.
- Assault – Econo-Lodge – Known male assaulted known female.
- Credit Card Abuse – 1400 block Research Forest Dr. – Victim’s credit card information was skimmed from an unknown location and then used to withdraw $1000 in funds from the ATM machine.
- Burglary of a Building – Construction site. Unknown suspect(s) entered a storage container at the construction site and stole $3500 worth of tools and material. The container was locked and it appears as if the suspect(s) pried the doors open with a pry bar.
- Motor Vehicle Theft – Memorial Hermann Parking Lot – 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe stolen between 9 am and 2 pm.
- Assault – Known male assaulted known female.
- Hit and Run Accident – Courtyard Marriott - Victim’s vehicle was parked and struck while unoccupied by an unknown suspect vehicle.
- Theft – Valero (IH-45) – Victim’s wallet fell out of his pocket in the parking lot. Wallet was then recovered by an unknown suspect who immediately left the area.
- Warrant Service / Narcotics – Patrol officers spotted a known wanted individual traveling through the residential area. The suspect was stopped and arrested on outstanding warrants. A search, subsequent to arrest, led to the discovery of narcotics so additional charges were added.
- Burglary of a Vehicle – Picket Fences – Unsecured leaf blower stolen from a landscaping van.
Significant Outside Agency Calls
- Aggravated Robbery – 435 Sawdust – Victim robbed in parking lot by 3 suspects with guns. Suspects were in a Dodge Caravan, bearing TXLP DSV4555, which was stolen in a carjacking earlier in Harris County.
- Burglary of a Vehicle – Numerous burglary of vehicles reported.