Seabrook Police Department blotter, May 31
The Seabrook Police Department reported the following incidents May 23 through May 31.
May 25, 8:57 p.m.: A woman was issued a criminal trespass warning for a residence in the 3400 block of Parkway after she attempted to get financial assistance from her estranged husband for the care of their daughter.
May 27, 1:12 a.m.: A man and a woman were arrested on unspecified charges at Maribelle's, 3136 NASA Parkway, and transported to the Seabrook Jail, 1400 Cook St., where they reportedly "continually caused problems." During the booking process, the man told police he was going to have a seizure that night, then the woman said she was also going to have a seizure and that the last time they were both in Seabrook Jail they did not receive proper medical attention in a timely manner. The man complained that he was having an anxiety attack, then reportedly refused treatment.
May 29, 10:49 p.m.: Two people were arrested on unspecified charges after police responded to two 911 calls that four to five people were trying to fight the manager of Sam's Boat, 3101 NASA Parkway.
May 30, 4:33 a.m.: A juvenile was detained after police responded to a report of loud music at Bay Park Apartments, 3520 NASA Parkway, from a resident next door at Casa Bonita Apartments, 3410 NASA Parkway.
May 30, 7:42 p.m.: A man was arrested on an unspecified charge after his wife, a resident in the 1400 block of Mija Lane, reported that he was intoxicated and argumentative and that she'd like for him to leave.
May 31, 1:32 a.m.: A man was arrested on a charge of causing a disturbance after police responded to a call from Sam's Boat, 3101 NASA Parkway. An employee at the business told the dispatcher that the man was a fired employee. The man was sitting in the parking lot in a red Mustang, then got out and started beating on the door of the business.
DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED
May 28, 2:53 a.m.: A man was arrested on an unspecified charge after a person reported that a dark-colored Hummer was driving "all over the road" on NASA Parkway.
May 25, 11:47 a.m.: An employee at the Valero gas station, 3324 NASA Parkway, reported that a customer tried to make a purchase with a counterfeit $20 bill. The customer had already left, and the employee couldn't give a description of the person.
May 27, 8:44 a.m.: A resident in the 1800 block of Dolphin Drive reported that she was getting harassing phone calls from a known man.
May 23, 4:42 p.m.: A man was arrested on an unspecified charge after an employee at Blue Dolphin Yachting Center, 500 Blue Dolphin Drive, reported that the man was intoxicated and lying in the grass in dark shorts and no shirt, beside an empty vodka bottle.
May 28, 3:51 p.m.: A resident in the 1900 block of Lakeside Drive reported that he found a death threat taped to his front door for his 9-year-old daughter. The mother of another 9-year-old girl confirmed that her daughter did it and that the threat is part of an "on-going problem." When an officer arrived, he reported that "both children showed deception."
May 23, 2:57 p.m.: A person was arrested on a charge of shoplifting from Kroger, 1905 El Mar Lane.
May 28, 7:59 a.m.: A woman was arrested in the parking lot of the Waffle House restaurant off Bayport Boulevard due to outstanding Houston and Baytown warrants and issued several citations after police responded to a report that she and a man were "passing a pipe back and forth" in an older model blue TrailBlazer.
May 29, 2:10 p.m.: A woman was arrested due to outstanding warrants after police responded to a complaint that she and another woman were sitting on the dock near 100 Bayport Blvd. with a cooler, drinking beer and refusing to move their cars to allow boats to pull under a nearby bridge. Several vehicles were cited and towed after police arrived.
May 28, 2:05 a.m.: A man was arrested after a female resident in the 4300 block of Egret Drive reported that he pulled out a knife while she was at a party at a friend's house.
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