24 (7:59 a.m.) A burglary was reported at Challenger Elite Sports
located at 14150 Beamer Road. The burglary occurred overnight. The
suspect cut the chain to gain access to the property. Electrical wire, a
generator, and other tools and equipment were stolen. The suspect also
broke out the window of a bucket truck, but nothing was stolen.
25 (8:58 a.m.) A home burglary was reported in the 600 block of Misty
Lane. Following the owner’s death, a male domestic worker was captured
on security video breaking into the garage and stealing a power washer
29 (9:34 a.m.) Two vehicle burglaries were reported at Stevenson Park,
1100 S. Friendswood Drive. The first vehicle was parked near the tennis
courts. The rear passenger door window was broken out and a bag was
stolen. A second vehicle was parked on Shadwell. A window was broken,
and the victim’s purse was stolen.
23 (12:21 p.m.) An officer responded to a report of a vehicle abandoned
at the intersection of Prince George Drive and W. Bay Area Blvd. While
on scene, the alleged owner of the vehicle arrived and advised that he
recently purchased the vehicle from a friend of a friend. The vehicle
had out-of-state license plates and the alleged owner presented a
certificate of title that was clearly not legitimate. After some
investigation, the officer discovered that the vehicle was stolen in
Houston on September 14th.
25 (2:37 p.m.) An automatic hand dryer was stolen out of the men’s
restroom at McDonald’s located at 302 S. Friendswood Drive.
25 (7:09 p.m.) A bicycle theft was reported at Kroger, 151 N.
Friendswood Drive. A child left his bicycle in front of the water jug
return at approximately 6:30 p.m. When he returned thirty minutes
later, the bike was gone. The bicycle is described as a blue and green
26 (5:07 p.m.) A light blue iPhone 15 was stolen from the T-Mobile
store located at 210 E. Parkwood Avenue. The suspects were described as a
Hispanic male wearing a long green shirt, blue pants, and a Hispanic
female wearing a black and white striped top and blue jeans. The same
suspects were also involved in the theft of Apple watches from a
T-Mobile store in League City.
26 (6:17 p.m.) An employee stole money from the backpack of another
employee at Dollar Tree located at 110 S. Friendswood Drive. The theft
was captured on in-store surveillance video. Since the theft, the
suspect has not returned to work.
27 (1:28 p.m.) A stolen U-Haul vehicle was stopped in the 3300 FM 528.
The driver was making daily payments to a person who was the official
renter of the vehicle. However, that person was not making payments to
U-Haul. The driver was not charged, but the vehicle was picked up by the
25 (9:41 a.m.) A local business received an email from a person who
they believed to be one of their employees. The email asked for the
direct deposit information to be changed for his paycheck. On payday,
the deposit went to the new bank account. However, it was soon learned
that the employee did not request the change. Email accounts at the
business were hacked and the deposit was sent to a Green Dot Bank
belonging to an unknown person.
25 (3:20 p.m.) A 70-year-old Friendswood woman received a call from an
unknown person claiming to have a warrant for her arrest for missing
Grand Jury. The man said his name was Ronald Hill and he worked for the
Galveston County Sheriff’s Department. He requested $500 sent to him by
Zelle to clear up the matter. No law enforcement agency will ever call
you and request money for a warrant for missing Grand Jury or any other
court proceeding. These scammers are using the names of real people and
are very convincing.
27 (7:47 p.m.) A 27-year-old Friendswood man sent intimate photographs
through Snap Chat to a person he met on the Hornet dating app. The
person who was sent the photograph demanded $300 or he would send the
photograph to the victim’s family members. Some monies were sent via
PayPal to an account in the Philippines and the photo was still sent to a
couple of family members.
Oct. 26 (9:37 a.m.) Property damage was reported at the intersection
of Queensburg Lane and Prince George Drive. An unknown vehicle ran over
the median at the entrance to the Friendswood Oaks neighborhood
knocking down a tree and damaging the landscaping. The incident occurred
sometime between 7:00 p.m. and 1:30 a.m.
Javier Murillo-Chevez, 27, of Houston, was charged with Unauthorized
Use of a Motor Vehicle and Possession of a Controlled Substance in
Penalty Group 1.
Alicia Lizeth Mendoza, 32, of Pasadena, was charged with No Driver’s License and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Dorian Nicole Rivera, 29, of Friendswood, was charged with Assault and Failure to Identify.
Christian Mark Martinez, 28, of Rosharon, was charged with Driving While License Invalid.
Patrick David Willingham, 47, of Friendswood, was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
A 14-year-old male was charged with Assault Causing Bodily Injury-Family Member.
Hasson Alonzo Balard, 23, of League City, was charged with No Driver’s
License, Operating Vehicle with Wrong License Plate, and Possession of
Deondre Lajay Richardson, 26, of Friendswood, was charged with Driving While License Invalid.
Brittney Lynn Purcell, 33, of Alvin, was charged with Public Intoxication.
Emmanuel Torres-Gutierrez, 17, of Friendswood, was charged with
Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 2.
Melody Luann sims, 55, of Friendswood, was charged with Injury to an Elderly Person.
Kayla Rahelle Pickard, 34, of Dickinson, was charged with Public Intoxication.
Derek Tyrell Hardy, 30, of Friendswood, was charged with Assault.