Apr. 25 (5:23 p.m.) A vehicle was stolen from in front of
a business in the 300 block of W. Parkwood Avenue. The white 2005
Chevrolet Tahoe had Texas license plate JMR1676 attached. The vehicle was last
seen at 1:00 p.m. Th vehicle was recovered the same day in Houston.
Apr. 27 (4:19 p.m.) A member of the Sanctuary Gym, located at 133 W. Parkwood
Avenue, reported the theft of three rings. The theft occurred between
10:10 a.m. and 10:50 a.m. Personal items, including the rings, were left
in a property cubby. When the victim noticed that her rings were missing,
she contacted management at the gym, who were in possession of two of the
rings; however, the third ring was still missing.
Apr. 29 (8:19 a.m.) A theft of a firearm was reported in the 1800 block of
Coronado Street. The victim last saw the firearm on April 21st.
Apr. 29 (10:27 p.m.) A theft of a wallet was reported at Krogers located at
3135 FM 528. The victim was checking out at a register and set his wallet down
on a table near the doors. He walked out the doors, but returned quickly
to retrieve his wallet; however, a Hispanic male and female approached the
wallet on the table. The Hispanic female grabbed the wallet and put it in her
cart before leaving the store.
Apr. 26 (8:39 a.m.) A Friendswood man received an email regarding a new Chime
bank account. He received a second email changing the password to the
account. After a reply email stating that he did not open an account, the
account was closed.
Apr. 26 (6:31 p.m.) A Friendswood woman received an email about a bitcoin
transaction that was completed using her PayPal account. The email was a
phishing email to obtain the victim’s account information. The woman called a
phone number on the email and provided them with financial account information
to get a refund. Instead, they drained her accounts.
Apr. 27 (10:40 a.m.) A Friendswood resident has been receiving emails from
various credit card companies and believed the email was just junk. Then,
on April 27th, he received a letter and a new credit card that he
had not applied for. When the victim contacted the credit card company, he was
told that he also had a savings account that was opened using his personal
identifying information. The victim recently had his vehicle stolen with his
personal identifying information left inside.
Apr. 30 (3:32 p.m.) A Friendswood man’s credit card was fraudulently used to
purchase grocery items using his daughter’s Walmart account.
Apr. 28 (8:27 a.m.) A window was shot out with a bb gun in the 16900 block of
Barcelona Drive. The victim observed his neighbor shooting a bb gun in
the backyard just prior to finding the broken window.
Apr. 29 (10:07 p.m.) Linda Lee Goeman, 63, of Houston, was charged with
Criminal Mischief. Goeman arrived at the Huntington Woods Apartments, located
at 701 S. Friendswood Drive. She was honking the horn of her vehicle and
trying to get the attention of her ex-husband. When the honking did not
produce results, she broke a window to the apartment using her cell phone.
Apr. 27 (11:24 a.m.) A homeowner in the 1600 block of White Wing Circle is
accused of assaulting a contractor. They were in the middle of a dispute over
work being completed at the home. A citation was issued to the homeowner
and a criminal trespass warning was given to the contractor.
Apr. 30 (2:28 a.m.) Matthew Joseph Spell, 27, of Friendswood, was charged with
Aggravated Assault with a Firearm and Public Intoxication. Spell went to his
neighbor’s home, started banging on the door, and threatened them with a
gun. When police arrived, Spell was intoxicated and still holding the
May 2 (12:09 a.m.) Guillermo Miranda, 48, of Friendswood, was charged with
Assault by Contact-Family Violence. Miranda is accused of assaulting his wife
at their home in the 3000 block of Autumn Harvest Drive. She and her
children fled the residence and called police. Miranda was later stopped
in the 3200 block of W. Bay Area Blvd.
Apr. 27 (10:37 a.m.) Rafael Hernandez Ortiz Ramos, 33, of Spring, was charged
with Possession of a Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 3. Ortiz Ramos
was stopped for speeding in the 600 block of S. Friendswood Drive. Ortiz Ramos
presented as very nervous and was asked to exit the vehicle. The officer asked
Ortiz Ramos if he had anything illegal inside the vehicle. He claimed to
have a marijuana joint. The officer conducted a search and found the
joint, but also found Xanax.
Driving While Intoxicated
Apr. 29 (2:08 a.m.) Stephen Don Ismajli, 23, of Friendswood, was charged with
Driving While Intoxicated in the 1700 block of Desota Drive. Ismajli was
stopped for speeding in the center turn lane on W. Parkwood Avenue. He
exhibited signs of intoxication and failed a field sobriety test,
May 1 (3:28 a.m.) April Alguire Hobartsch, 54, of Houston, was charged with
Unlawful Carrying Weapons. Carlos Federico Zamora, 59, of League City, was
charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Hobartsch was stopped for
speeding in the 2100 block of S. Friendswood Drive. During the contact, the
officer detected the smell of marijuana. The passenger, Zamora, was in
possession of a marijuana cigarette. Inside the vehicle, the officer found
marijuana, methamphetamine residue, a THC vape cartridge, and a gun.
May 2 (2:03 a.m.) Byron Antonio Guoron-Scocop, 30, of Webster, was charged with
No Driver’s License. Guoron-Scocop was stopped for a license plate violation in
the 2100 block of W. Parkwood Avenue. He did not have a driver’s license and
could only provide a Guatemalan identification card.
Apr. 28 (3:20 p.m.) Mallory Annmarie Scanlin, 17, of Sugarland, was charged
with Failure to Identify-Fugitive from Justice. Scanlin was stopped in
the 100 block of W. Shadowbend Avenue. She was driving a vehicle with
temporary license plates and a registration sticker. Scanlin told the
police officer that she had just purchased the vehicle, did not have insurance,
and did not have a Texas driver’s license. During the contact, the officer
detected the smell of marijuana. Scanlin and her passenger exited the vehicle
for a search. The officer found marijuana residue, a marijuana cigarette,
and four nicotine vapes. Once in custody, Scanlin confessed to her identity and
told the officer that she had outstanding warrants. Scanlin had an
outstanding Brazoria County warrant.