Montgomery County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Montgomery County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 1 Criminal Justice Dr, Conroe, 77301 TX
  • Chief:
Phone: (936) 760-5800
Fax: (936) 760-5801
Email:

Montgomery County Sheriff's Department is located at 1 Criminal Justice Dr, Conroe, 77301 TX. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Department phone number is (936) 760-5800.

Montgomery County Sheriff's Department News

There are a multitude of weather hazards to contend with today and tonight. Strong north winds will increase to 25-40 mph near the coast and a Wind Advisory will be in effect from mid afternoon through tonight.Freezing temperatures are expected roughly north of a Caldwell to Crockett line by Tuesday morning and a Freeze Warning is in effect for that area. Remember the four “Ps” of winter weather safety Take care of people, pets, plants and pipes when freezing temps are forecast The weather forecast predicts near freezing temperatures. Here are reminders to residents to follow the four “P’s” of winter weather safety: PEOPLE: Keep your family warm and check on any elderly family or neighbors that may need extra blankets, winterizing their homes or a warm place to stay. PETS: Dogs and cats get cold too. Bring them inside at night to keep them healthy and safe. PLANTS: Either cover plants to keep them warm at night or bring them inside so they can flourish. PIPES: Cover exposed pipes to prevent freezing and breaks. Here are 10 steps you can take to stay safe during the cold weather. 1. Layer up! Wear layers of lightweight clothing to stay warm. Gloves and a hat will help prevent losing your body heat. 2. Don’t forget your furry friends. Bring pets indoors. If they can’t come inside, make sure they have enough shelter to keep them warm and that they can get to unfrozen water. 3. Remember the three feet rule. If you are using a space heater, place it on a level, hard surface and keep anything flammable at least three feet away – things such as paper, clothing, bedding, curtains or rugs. 4. Requires supervision – Turn off space heaters and make sure fireplace embers are out before leaving the room or going to bed. 5. Don’t catch fire! If you are using a fireplace, use a glass or metal fire screen large enough to catch sparks and rolling logs. 6. Protect your pipes. Run water, even at a trickle, to help prevent your pipes from freezing. Open the kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing. Be sure to move any harmful cleaners and household chemicals out of the reach of children. Keep the garage doors closed if there are water lines in the garage. 7. Better safe than sorry. Keep the thermostat at the same temperature day and night. Your heating bill may be a little higher, but you could avoid a more costly repair job if your pipes freeze and burst. 8. The kitchen is for cooking. Never use a stove or oven to heat your home. 9. Use generators outside. Never operate a generator inside the home, including in the basement or garage. 10. Knowledge is power. Don’t hook a generator up to the home’s wiring. The safest thing to do is to connect the equipment you want to power directly to the outlets on the generator.

Two roads closed: Browder Traylor closed both ways at Ivy Dr for vehicle fire. US HWY 59 SB mainlanes, outside lanes and shoulder shut down at Forest Colony for a crash. Please seek alternate routes.

Always remember: Police Officer Jared William Franks, Greensboro Police Department - https://buff.ly/2RM9yOv

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Investigating Shooting in Montgomery that Leaves One Dead

Take a moment today to say a prayer and thank those who have served past and present in our Armed Forces. We will always remember and shall NEVER forget you. Freedom doesn't come free and we thank you for the sacrifices you have made for our freedom. Happy Veterans Day!

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is enrt to an accident with unknown injuries at FM 2090 / Relza. Road is shut down both directions.

FM 149 at Blue Goose north and southbound lanes of 149 shut down for Fire department

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office and Montgomery County Pct. 3 Constable Investigating Shooting in South Montgomery County

Happy birthday @USMC! Protecting America for 243 years. Thank you for all you do for this nation everyday!!❤️ #SemperFi

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office honors employees at promotional and award ceremony.

Thank you so much to Hello Woodlands for coming out and celebrating with us the amazing achievements of the many men women of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. We really appreciate your support and partnership!! Congratulations to all who were recognized.

For Immediate Release November 7, 2018 Sheriff’s Office Welcomes Newest Basic Police Officer Academy Cadets On November 5, 2018, Sheriff Henderson welcomed twenty new Cadets of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Basic Police Officer Course (BPOC), Class A-19. These men and women will be a full-time paid cadet academy class offered by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. To be selected for the position of Cadet, each candidate underwent a competitive application process consisting of both academic and physical testing. This selection process included background investigations, oral board interviews with Academy staff, polygraph exams, and medical screenings. There was no guarantee of acceptance and they had to successfully pass each level of assessment to be considered. This BPOC cadet class has a rigorous 21 week schedule of classroom instruction and physical assessments ahead of them, and is set to graduate in April, 2019. Upon graduation, these newly commissioned Deputies will immediately begin the Field Training Officer Program (FTO) and will be allocated across each of the three Patrol Precincts during an intensive sixteen week training process. To learn more about the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and potential career opportunities, please visit our website at www.mctxsheriff.org. Information Source: Scott Spencer, Lieutenant Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Executive Division

Always remember: Sergeant Ron Helus, Ventura County Sheriff's Office - https://buff.ly/2SWKO7C

-BOLO- Be On Look Out On November 3rd, 2018, two white males and one white female, burglarized the air/water machine at the Chevron station at 12155 FM 830, Willis, TX. They were observed driving an early 2000's red Ford F-Series pickup. The vehicle's notable features include an LED light bar mounted on the hood, black steel left rear wheel, gray discoloration around the third brake light on the back of the cab, and the front and back chrome bumpers both appear to be damaged/bent. If anyone knows who this truck belongs to, or can identify the occupants, please contact Montgomery County Sheriff's Office refer to case #18A319688.

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, The Montgomery County Sheriff Citizen's Academy Alumni Association and our many community partners are celebrating the Second Annual Community Christmas Toy Drive “Operation Blue Elf”! Last year, thanks to our wonderful citizens and community partners, over 700 children of Montgomery County had a brighter Christmas. We are again asking for your help to make Christmas better for our communities’ children in need by donating new, unwrapped toys at one of our many drop off locations throughout Montgomery County. Our community partners are working to identify children, infants to early teenagers, which are in need of Santa and his Blue Elf helpers this year. Kindness and generosity have always been hallmarks of the Texas Spirit, and no place does it better than Montgomery County. Let’s continue to show the rest of Texas how truly passionate and caring Montgomery County is. Santa and his Blue Elves need your help! If you are interested in partnering with Operation Blue Elf please email mcsoevents@mctx.org. Donations can be made via PayPal by visiting- http://www.mocotxsca.org/ Thank you for your continued support, kindness, and holiday spirit! Thank you to our partners who have again stepped up to the sleigh to make this possible. Donation drop off locations: Any Sheriff’s Office location Joe’s Italian Pizza 1604 N. Frazier St, Conroe, TX Margarita’s and Peppers-2259 N Loop 336 W, Conroe, TX Woodforest Bank locations: Towncenter – 1330 Lake Robbins Dr. The Woodlands, TX 77380 Rayford – 327 Rayford Spring, TX 77386 College Park – 3060 College Park Drive The Woodlands, TX 77384 Sterling Ridge – 10555 Kuykendahl The Woodlands, TX 77382 Loop 336 – 1111 Loop 336 West Conroe, TX 77301 Conroe Downtown – 400 West Davis Conroe, TX 77301 Conroe 105 – 3101 West Davis Conroe, TX 77304 Willis – 550 West Montgomery St. Willis, TX 77378 Montgomery – 20821-A Eva St. Montgomery, TX 77356 First National Bank Locations: Conroe- 11399 Hwy 105 East Conroe, TX 77301 2201 Westview Conroe, TX 77301 1800 West White Oak Terrace Conroe, TX 77304 Willis- 10521 FM 1097 West Willis, TX 77318 Magnolia- 5424 FM 1488 Magnolia 77354 Montgomery- 14125 Liberty Street Montgomery 77316 Dollar General Locations: Magnolia- 602 Honea Egypt Rd. Magnolia, Tx. Plantersville- 46124 FM1774 Plantersville, Tx. Conroe- 2495 N Loop 336W Conroe, Tx. 12491 FM1314 Conroe, Tx. 11092 Browder Traylor Conroe, Tx. 4203 West Davis Conroe, Tx. Suds: 4203 West Davis Conroe, Tx. WJPA: 2455 Lake Robbins Spring, Tx. Tall Pines Storage: 11219 Little Egypt Rd. Conroe, Tx. 6437 Hwy 105 W Conroe, Tx. MCHD Administrative Office: 1400 South Loop 336 Conroe, Tx. 77301 Pepsi: 222 North Loop 336 Conroe, Tx. 77301 First Presbyterian Church: 2727 W. Loop 335, West, Conroe, TX 77301 Woodforest National Bank Montgomery County 9-1-1 Waste Management First Financial Bank Texas Camelback Displays, Inc. Waste Connections Inc. Montgomery County Hospital District The Blair Law Firm, P. C. Leadership Montgomery County - Texas Christensen Building Group Joe's Italian Restaurant MARGARITA & PEPPERS Mexican Grill & Bar Adventure Kids Playcare - North Woodlands, TX Dollar General WJPA Walmart Montgomery County Law Enforcement Association Cunningham Gas Products

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in locating a vehicle stolen from the Magnolia area.

The roadway is now back open. -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ Units are currently responding to the area of 1488 at Mostyn in reference to a 2 vehicle crash. FM 1488 westbound lanes are shut down at this time. Please use alternate routes to avoid traffic.

For Immediate Release November 5, 2018 MCTXSheriff and its Partners Complete Operation Cross County The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Human Trafficking Rescue Alliance (HTRA) and law enforcement partners from across our region, conducted a Human Trafficking/prostitution and “John” sting from October 15th – October 30th, 2018. Detectives and agents from multiple agencies along with Non- Government Organizations (NGOs) worked in an undercover capacity posing as “Johns” and “Prostitutes”. Our NGOs were also instrumental in reaching out to those persons who may have been “trafficked” and provided them with support services during their rescue. During this two week long operation, dubbed “Operation Cross County”, law enforcement officers worked tirelessly to apprehend those persons who were either providing illicit services or seeking the same. Our primary goal was to proactively address prostitution and human trafficking activity in this community and surrounding areas. We also sought out those victims who may have been forced into providing illegal services through force, fraud or coercion. We were able to identify at least five victims who requested support services and one 16 year old juvenile was recovered as a runaway. We will continue to send a message, through enforcement actions, that we are not going to tolerate this activity in our community in the hopes that we will deter demand, control supply, rescue those who have been forced into trafficking and prosecute those who continue to thwart our legal system. Total number of arrests: 75 “Johns” Arrested: 32 (All males charged with M-B Prostitution) - 2 additional charges of Possession of Controlled Substance were filed and 2 charges of aggravated promotion of Prostitutions) “Pimps” Arrested: 11 (9) Male – (2) Female (M-B prostitutions) Prostitutes arrested: 28 (all female M-B – one armed with a 22 pistol) Miscellaneous Charges: 4 (For Miscellaneous Narcotics and weapons charge) Victims Rescued: 5 (Including one Female Juvenile 16yoa runaway) Thank you to all of our law enforcement and non-profit organizations that worked together: Houston Police Department Montgomery County District Attorney's Office Montgomery County Pct. 3 Constable Harris County Sheriff's Office FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Department of Homeland Security Conroe Police Department, Texas Texas Department of Public Safety Texas Attorney General DeliverFund Information Source: Lieutenant Scott Spencer Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Executive Division

For Immediate Release November 5, 2018 MCTXSheriff and its Partners Complete Operation Cross County The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Human Trafficking Rescue Alliance (HTRA) and law enforcement partners from across our region, conducted a Human Trafficking/prostitution and “John” sting from October 15th – October 30th, 2018. Detectives and agents from multiple agencies along with Non- Government Organizations (NGOs) worked in an undercover capacity posing as “Johns” and “Prostitutes”. Our NGOs were also instrumental in reaching out to those persons who may have been “trafficked” and provided them with support services during their rescue. During this two week long operation, dubbed “Operation Cross County”, law enforcement officers worked tirelessly to apprehend those persons who were either providing illicit services or seeking the same. Our primary goal was to proactively address prostitution and human trafficking activity in this community and surrounding areas. We also sought out those victims who may have been forced into providing illegal services through force, fraud or coercion. We were able to identify at least five victims who requested support services and one 16 year old juvenile was recovered as a runaway. We will continue to send a message, through enforcement actions, that we are not going to tolerate this activity in our community in the hopes that we will deter demand, control supply, rescue those who have been forced into trafficking and prosecute those who continue to thwart our legal system. Total number of arrests: 75 “Johns” Arrested: 32 (All males charged with M-B Prostitution) - 2 additional charges of Possession of Controlled Substance were filed and 2 charges of aggravated promotion of Prostitutions) “Pimps” Arrested: 11 (9) Male – (2) Female (M-B prostitutions) Prostitutes arrested: 28 (all female M-B – one armed with a 22 pistol) Miscellaneous Charges: 4 (For Miscellaneous Narcotics and weapons charge) Victims Rescued: 5 (Including one Female Juvenile 16yoa runaway) Thank you to all of our law enforcement and non-profit organizations that worked together: Houston Police Department Montgomery County District Attorney's Office Montgomery County Pct. 3 Constable Harris County Sheriff's Office FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Department of Homeland Security Conroe Police Department, Texas Texas Department of Public Safety Texas Attorney General DeliverFund Information Source: Lieutenant Scott Spencer Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Executive Division

It's one of the things we are so use to in fall along with pumpkin spice, football games and raking leaves: Sunday marks the end of daylight saving time, which will occur at 2:00 a.m. Sunday November 4. No more dark mornings on your way to school or work, but it will be dark when you're driving home. Since most of our computers, smartphones and DVRs do it automatically, it's not as much of a chore as it used to be, but please remember to set your clocks back one hour.

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Arrest 3 males from Houston for burglary of local business.

Woodlands Pkwy at Kuykendahl is shut down due to an MVA. Please ahead.

Another great thing your Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is doing to make the agency and county better served. Thank you Sheriff Rand Henderson for your leadership and vision. Thank you Meagan Ashley Ellsworth for reporting on this unit and the wonderful things it is doing!

Congratulations to Karen King on winning the "Caption This" contest. Keep watching our page for your chance to win!!

#NoShaveNovember starts today! We are honored to partner with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in the battle against cancer. Join in the fight in the battle against cancer. If you would like to support our efforts for No Shave November you can donate any amount here- https://events.lls.org/txg/MWOYMC/NoShaveNovember Information Source: Lieutenant Scott Spencer Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Executive Division