Friendswood Police Department blotter, Nov. 4
Friendswood Police reported the following activities for Oct. 31 through Nov. 3:
Oct. 31, 3:09 p.m.: Ten storm drains were reported stolen by The City of Friendswood Public Works Department from the Forest Bend subdivision. Police have no suspects.
Nov. 2, 3:27 p.m.: A teller at Compass Bank, 113 N. Friendswood Drive, told police a woman came into the bank Oct. 27 and attempted to cash a check that the teller recognized as a fake. When she showed the check to another employee, the woman became irritated and she left the bank.
Nov. 3: 1:28 p.m.: A Friendswood business owner told police his bank account was being used for a Craigslist scam. The man started receiving calls from individuals asking if the check they had received was good. The man checked his account and found it was overdrawn by almost $4,500. The victim was able to provide police with the scammer’s email address as well as copies of the fraudulent checks.
Oct. 31, 2:18 p.m.: A resident in the 1100 block of Briarcreek told police he received a call from his credit card company advising that someone had attempted to trade in his points for travelers checks. After confirming with the company that the transaction was not authorized, the man cancelled his card.
Nov. 3, 1:17 a.m.: A vehicle was vandalized at Baywood Apartments, 5025 FM 2351. All four tires were slashed between 12:30 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. Two suspects were named.
Oct. 31, 9:14 p.m.: A resident in the 15600 block of Pennystone Court told police the top on her locked convertible was slashed while it was parked in her garage. The woman said she was inside her home and the garage door was down when she heard the car alarm go off. The convertible top had an 8-inch slash. Nothing was taken from inside the car and no suspects are listed.
Nov. 4, 2:17 a.m.: Tonya Marie Robinson, 36, of Alvin, was charged with DWI after being stopped for speeding in the 1500 block of Sunset. When the officer contacted Robinson, she allegedly displayed signs of intoxication. She failed a field sobriety test and refused to take a breath test.
Nov. 4, 2:35 a.m.: Hamilton Davis Boyd, 36, of Alvin, was charged with aggravated DWI, greater than 0.15 percent. Boyd was stopped in the 2200 block of W. Parkwood for suspicion of DWI because his vehicle was allegedly weaving outside his lane of travel.
Nov. 1, 2:56 a.m.: Taylor Leigh Johnson, 20, of Friendswood, was charged with minor consuming alcohol and possession of drug paraphernalia. The incident occurred in the 5000 block of FM 2351. Johnson was previously charged with public intoxication in May.
Nov. 1, 1:18 a.m.: Andrew Juarez, 20, of Friendswood, was charged with public intoxication-minor. Officers responded to a large party in the 16300 block of David Glen after a caller reported a man had knocked a female down. According to police, Juarez was taken into custody because his level of intoxication allegedly made him a danger to himself and others.
Nov. 3, 10:53 p.m.: Adam Joseph Glenn, 23, of Friendswood, was charged with possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 3. Glenn was stopped in the 1300 block of S. Friendswood Drive after he was allegedly observed breaking several traffic laws.
Oct. 31, 6:30 p.m.: Trevor Leigh Pickup, 34, of Friendswood, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, no driver’s license, expired registration and expired motor vehicle inspection. Pickup was stopped in the 2200 Butler Drive after he was allegedly observed speeding through a residential area and displaying an expired inspection sticker.
Nov. 2, 10:25 p.m.: Blockbuster Video, 105 E. Parkwood Ave. reportedly received a phony bomb at on Oct. 29. Friendswood Police and fire departments responded to the hoax. Since then, the individual who allegedly made the bomb threat has called the business to apologize for the threat and has been making repeated harassing phone calls.
Nov. 3, 2:33 p.m.: Joseph Michael Noyes, 33, of New York, was charged with soliciting without a permit for allegedly going door to door in the 1600 block of White Wing Circle selling magazine subscriptions.
Nov. 2, 4:19 p.m.: William Caleb Wegner, 18, of League City, was charged with possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 3. This charge stems from an Oct. 14 incident in which Wegner was stopped for speeding and reckless driving.
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