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|10/13/2017||17-P-0593||Attempted Auto Theft||An officer observed a vehicle traveling northbound towing a trailer with another vehicle following it in the 6400 block of Rutgers. The officer followed the vehicles through the neighborhood and then observed both vehicles take off at a high rate of speed running stop signs. The officer lost sight of the vehicle again but was able to obtain necessary information. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that the truck/trailer had just been stolen from the area and dumped in the 3300 block of Robinhood. The owner was located and the truck/trailer returned with nothing missing.|
|10/13/2017||17-P-0594||Warrant Arrest||At 2:00 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the Harris County jail for a West University warrant pickup. A subject had warrants with West University Police Department, where he was brought to the jail facility for the booking process.|
|10/13/2017||17-P-0596||FSGI||At 3:54 p.m., an Officer was dispatched to the 3700 block of Georgetown in regards to an accident, Failure to Stop and Give Information (F.S.G.I), which already occurred.|
|10/14/2017||17-P-0597||FSGI||At 3:22 p.m., an Officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in regards to an accident, Failure to Stop and Give Information (F.S.G.I), which already occurred.|
|10/14/2017||17-P-0598||Robbery||At about 6:30 PM, West University Place PD dispatchers received a 911 call in reference to a robbery in the 3000 block of Sunset. On arrival, officers learned that an unknown black male suspect exited a white Pontiac Grand Prix and grabbed the victim’s purse that was around her shoulder. The suspect then ran back to the vehicle that was occupied by two additional suspects and fled the scene. The victim did sustain minor injuries.The West University Place Police Department is asking for assistance in locating or identifying the suspect(s) in this case. Anyone with any information may contact the West University Place Police Department at 713-668-0330 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. YOU CAN REMAIN ANONYMOUS.|
|10/14/2017||17-P-0599||Theft / Simple Assault||An Officer was dispatched to the 4000 block of Bellaire Blvd. in regard to a disturbance in progress. Upon further investigation a subject was taken into custody for Theft and Simple Assault.|
|10/15/2017||17-P-0600||Found Property||An officer found a small amount of marijuana while conducting a facility check.|
|10/16/2017||17-P-0601||Identity Theft||An Officer was dispatched to the 3700 block of Robinhood to speak with a resident in reference to a fraudulent claim that already occurred.|
|10/16/2017||17-P-0602||Possession of Marijuana||Officers were dispatched to the 5800 block of Kirby in regards to a disturbance in progress. Upon further investigation it was discovered that both subjects, along with an uninvolved family member, had open warrants. During the investigation, it was also discovered that one of the subjects was in possession of marijuana. The subject qualified for the Harris County Misdemeanor Diversion Program in which he agreed to participate. All subjects were subsequently booked for their open warrants and transported to the West University Place Municipal Jail without incident.|
|10/16/2017||17-P-0603||Robbery||At 10:15 pm, Police Officers were dispatched to the 3900 block of Riley, in reference to a Robbery, which had already occurred.|
|10/17/2017||17-P-0605||Identity Theft||An officer was dispatched to West U PD Lobby in regards to an Identity Theft.|
|10/17/2017||17-P-0606||Traffic Violations||An officer observed a vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed in the 6500 block of Buffalo Speedway. The officer conducted a traffic stop and upon further investigation, it was discovered that the driver of the vehicle did not have a driver’s license. The driver was arrested for No Operator’s license and transported to the West University Place Jail Facility where she was booked and processed.|
|10/17/2017||17-P-0607||Fictitious Registration||An officer observed a vehicle travelling northbound in the 6000 block of Buffalo Speedway. The officer checked the vehicle’s registration and it was found to be fictitious. A traffic stop was conducted and the driver was arrested for fictitious registration.|
|10/18/2017||17-P-0608||Driving while license invalid||At 11:16 a.m., an officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 3100 block of Plumb for an expired temporary tag. Upon further investigation, it was discovered the driver was operating the vehicle on a suspended license and had an outstanding warrant. Subsequently the driver was taken into custody.|
|10/18/2017||17-P-0609||Theft||At 12:33 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in regard to an Identity Theft that already occurred.|
|10/18/2017||17-P-0610||Police Information Report||At 2:53 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in regards to a fraud that already occurred.|
|10/18/2017||17-P-0611||Theft||At 3:10 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in regards to a theft that already occurred.|
|10/18/2017||17-P-0612||Police Information Report||At 3:10 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in regards to a fraud that already occurred.|
|10/19/2017||17-P-0614||Police Information Report||At 12:09 pm, an officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby to speak to a resident regarding a letter they received from FEMA about filing for benefits.|
|10/19/2017||17-P-0615||Fraud||At 12:57 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the West U PD Lobby in regard to a possible Identity Theft.|
|10/19/2017||17-P-0616||Theft||At 1:33 PM, a West University Place Police Department officer in an unmarked car observed a vehicle stopped alongside a landscaping truck in the 5800 block of Westchester. The unmarked officer then observed the vehicle proceed to the stop sign where the backseat passenger exited and ran up to a yard. The vehicle then made a U-turn in the intersection and picked up the backseat passenger with unknown item(s) before speeding off. The unmarked officer obtained the vehicle description and license plate before losing sight of the vehicle. The vehicle and suspects were located and stopped moments later by another WUPD officer at Bissonnet and Weslayan. WUPD officers recovered the stolen property, apprehended and transported the suspects to the WUPD Jail. Below are the suspects criminal histories from the Harris County District Clerk public web site. http://www.hcdistrictclerk.com/edocs/public/search.aspx
148588701010-3Complete(C)WATSON, CHRISTOPHER JAMES10/22/2015 | 10/23/2015209Disposed(D)Disposed(DISP)11/2/2015$30,000.00
201086601010-2Complete(C)WATSON, CHRISTOPHER2/20/2015 | 10/20/201514Disposed(D)Disposed(DISP)10/21/2015$5,000.00
198578701010-2Complete(C)WATSON, CHRISTOPHER JAMES9/26/2014 | 10/20/201514Disposed(D)Disposed(DISP)10/21/2015$5,000.00
14829720101A-5Complete(C)JOHNSON, DYLLON LEE5/5/2016 |209Disposed(D)6/3/2016$10,000.00
148297301010-3Complete(C)JOHNSON, DYLLON LEE9/26/2015 | 5/2/2016209Disposed(D)Disposed(DISP)8/30/2016$10,000.00THEFT >=$20,000 <$100,000 (F)8/30/2016
148297201010-3Complete(C)JOHNSON, DYLLON LEE9/26/2015 | 5/2/2016209Disposed(D)Disposed(DISP)8/30/2016$20,000.00TAMPER GOVT RECORD (F)8/30/2016
194646301010-2Dismissed(D)JOHNSON, DYLLON LEE2/20/2014 | 2/21/201411Disposed(D)Dismissed(DISM)6/9/2014$500.00THEFT - $50-$500 (M)6/9/2014
194646201010-2Complete(C)JOHNSON, DYLLON LEE2/20/2014 | 12/18/201411Disposed(D)Disposed(DISP)12/19/2014ESCAPE (M)12/19/2014
|10/19/2017||17-P-0617||Burglary of motor vehicle||An officer was dispatched to the 6200 block of Lake for a report of a burglary to a motor vehicle that had already occurred.|
|10/19/2017||17-P-0618||Missing Adult||Officers were dispatched to the 4100 block of Rice in regards to a suspicious person. The subject was located and upon investigation, it was discovered that the individual is a missing person out of San Jacinto County. San Jacinto Sheriff Office confirmed the hit and the individual was taken to Ben Taub Hospital for evaluation.|
|10/20/2017||No crimes reported|
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