By LeaAnne Klentzman
Deputies were called to a home in Greatwood after a woman reported that she had received two phone calls where the caller threatened to kill her husband. According to Haenel, the calls were received at the home about 5:15 on the evening of January 6. No further details were available and the case remains under investigation.
A few hours later Sheriff’ s deputies were called to an apartment complex in the 3900 block of South Mason Road in north central Fort Bend County about 9:20 that same evening. According to Sheriff’s spokesman Bob Haenel, the complainant told deputies that an unknown black male exposed himself to her when she was walking in the complex.
The suspect was described as a black male, ranging in age from 18 to 25 years old. He was slim, about 5’10”, and was wearing a black hat, dark-colored shirt and dark jeans. The victim told deputies she had never seen the man before.
This case too, remains under investigation.
The next day, January 7, a deputy answered a suspicious persons call, while there he noticed a group of guys at a nearby address and could smell the pungent odor of marijuana. But before he could inquire, that deputy was called away to a burglary in progress call. However, when the deputy cleared that call, he returned to his previous hunting grounds. Imagine his surprise when some of those men were still in the general vicinity and the odor of burning marijuana was still wafting through the air.
When the deputy made contact with two of the men, one of them gave him false identifying information….he lied about his name. Although no marijuana was found, the one man who gave a false name went to jail for failure to identify.
Also on January 7, a pizza delivery guy tried to pass a group of young teens in the Lakemont subdivision. According to Haenel, when the teens refused to move for the pizza guy, an argument ensued. The pizza guy got out of his truck and was beat up by the three teens who then stole his wallet.
The pizza guy was treated for his injuries at the scene by ambulance but not transported. The three young teens remain at large.