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  1. Found in the emails of Texas Police Chiefs: https://vv7pabmmyr2vnflf.tor2web.org/tx/Robert_Wieners.txt
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  5. Wieners, Robert,        stonewall,      rbw828@sbcglobal.net,   rbw828@sbcglobal.net,   109 East Willowick /  / Friendswood, TX 77546,  2819963310,     Chief, Friendswood Police Department,  
  6. Wieners, Robert B.,     wieners171713,  bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us,  bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us,  109 East Willowick Ave. /  / Friendswood, TX 77546,     (281) 996-3313, Active, Friendswood P.D.,      
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  9.    Bob Wieners' e-mail address is bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us.  His
  10. office phone number is (281)996-3313.  His address is  109 E Willowick Ave
  11. Friendswood, Texas 77546.
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  13. Address Line 1  304 Melodywood  Home Phone     
  14. Address Line 2          Home Fax       
  15. City    Friendswood     Cell   
  16. State/Province  TX             
  17. Zip/Postal Code 77546          
  18. Country United States
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  21.  
  22. Re: Stupid Bitch
  23. Monday, March 24, 2008 10:00 PM
  24. From:
  25. "rbw828@sbcglobal.net" <rbw828@sbcglobal.net>
  26. Add sender to Contacts
  27. To:
  28. "Robert Wieners" <rbw7799@yahoo.com>
  29. How do you really feel:)
  30.  
  31. Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device
  32.  
  33. -----Original Message-----
  34. From: Robert Wieners <rbw7799@yahoo.com>
  35.  
  36. Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2008 15:34:12
  37. To:rbw828@sbcglobal.net
  38. Subject: Stupid Bitch
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  40.  
  41. That stupid bitch who started that stolen car chase at Yale and 610 got what she deserved  (I'll bet she was fat and black too).  Same with that pervert that got shot by the county. Fuck that guy, see ya.  That all sounds like good police work to me.  Those folks got the criminal cure.  It's guaranteed, they will never commit a crime again.
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  49.  
  50.  From:           Doug Lauersdorf         Sent:           Thu 9/16/2010 10:06 AM
  51.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  52.  Cc:     
  53.  Subject:        Complainant
  54.  Attachments:  
  55. View As Web Page
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  57. Chiefs:
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  61. I conducted a preliminary inquiry into information received from Detective Price who received a call from Mr. Clements wanting us to know that one of our officers on midnight shift was having an affair with his wife.  He also complained that the officer had run his criminal history.  I asked KC to contact DPS to research their database to ascertain any person(s) that had ran his information to obtain information from any of the following: CCH, TDL, NCIC, TCIC, SETCIC, etc.  The search revealed that the only person with the Friendswood Police Department that had run him was Elaine who had ran the information at KC’s direction at my request.  This matter is mute until the time comes when he initiates the complaint process and provides us with the officer’s name.  
  62.  
  63.  
  64.  
  65. Sergeant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  66.  
  67. Administrative Services Division
  68.  
  69. Professional Standards and Training
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  71. Friendswood Police Department
  72.  
  73. 1600 Whitaker Dr .
  74.  
  75. Friendswood , Texas 77546
  76.  
  77. Office # 281-996-3309
  78.  
  79. Fax # 281-482-9318
  80.  
  81. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
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  86.  
  87.   From:          Sistrunk, Kurt [Kurt.Sistrunk@co.galveston.tx.us]       Sent:           Mon 12/17/2007 11:01 AM
  88.  To:     Chief Bayou Vista PD - Ed Lucas; Chief Clear Lake Shores PD - Paul Shelley; Chief Deputy GCSD - Freddie Poor; Chief Dickinson PD - Ron Morales; Bob Wieners; Chief Galveston PD - Kenneth Mack; Chief GISD - Leeroy Amador; Chief Hitchcock PD - Glenn Manis; Chief Jamaica Beach PD - Debbie Kershaw; Chief Kemah PD - J. J. Freeze; Chief La Marqe PD - Richard Price; Chief League City PD - Andrew Daniel; Chief LMISD PD - Russell Washington; Chief Port of Galveston - Jim Thompson; Chief Santa Fe ISD PD - John T. Gerami; Chief Santa Fe PD - Barry Cook; Chief Texas A&M PD - Anthony Martinez; Chief Texas City PD - Robert Burby; Chief Tike Island PD - Jerry Wright; Chief UTMB PD - Charles Brown; Galveston County Auto Crimes Task Force - Mike Mize; Galveston County Sheriff - Gean Leonard; Galveston Fire Marshall; League City Fire Marshall - Wanda Martin; LMPD Chief's Secretary - Charlene; Port of Galveston PD Chief's Secretary L. Flores; TABC - Sgt. Charlotte Clary; TCPD Chief's Secretary - Alice Haralson; Texas City Fire Marshall; Texas Dept. of Public Safety - Lt. Rene Ramirez, Jr.; Texas Dept. of Public Safety - Sgt. Robert Mena; Texas Parks & Wildlife - Capt. Edward Tanuz; Texas Parks & Wildlife - Lorna Herron
  89.  Cc:     
  90.  Subject:        MEMO:Immigration Detainers and Undocumented Aliens with Firearms
  91.  Attachments:    State or local Police Department.doc(211KB)
  92. View As Web Page
  93.  
  94. Good Morning,
  95.  
  96.  
  97.  
  98. We have been requested by the U.S. Attorney’s Office to ask you make efforts to honor any Immigration detainers (I-247) your officers may become aware of as a result of an arrest, I-247’s that are related to foreign nationals who were previously deported for felony crimes and aliens who have failed to appear for removal.
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  101.  
  102. They are subject to criminal prosecution pursuant to Title 8 of the U.S. Code and their office has agreed to accept those cases for possible criminal prosecution.
  103.  
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  105.  
  106. Basically they’re asking that we treat the I-247’s as a criminal detainer, hold them and give notice to the Law Enforcement Support Center (LESC) in Williston, Vermont.
  107.  
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  109.  
  110. Additionally, if any arrest is made involving an undocumented alien with a firearm, they are requesting that contact is made with our local ATF and ICE office.
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  113.  
  114. Numbers
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  116. ICE  in Galveston 409-766-3793
  117.  
  118. 24 hour number   1-800-932-2867
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  120.  
  121.  
  122. Additional numbers are attached for distribution.
  123.  
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  127.  
  128.  
  129.  
  130. Thanks and I hope you and you staff all have a safe Christmas and Holiday.
  131.  
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  135.  
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  137.  
  138. Kurt Sistrunk
  139.  
  140. Galveston County Criminal District Attorney
  141.  
  142. Galveston County, Texas
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  144. 409 7662353
  145.  
  146. Fax 409 7662290
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  151.  
  152.  From:           Matthew Wise    Sent:           Sat 8/27/2011 3:19 PM
  153.  To:     Chief Wieners (bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Sgt. Lauersdorf (dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Lt Hurley (mhurley@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Luke Loeser; Shari Burrows; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Josh Rogers; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  154.  Cc:     
  155.  Subject:        FW: thefts and burglaries of emergency vehicles
  156.  Attachments:  
  157. View As Web Page
  158.  
  159. The names of the suspects are Jeremy Dwyer and Joshua Morris. They are both in OSSI. Jeremy had text messages on his iPhone to one of his friends asking if he had gotten anything from Friendswood. His reply was no because all of their cars are behind a locked gate. Good for us, but they were definitely trying to get at our fleet. Morris is currently incarcerated in Alvin and Dwyer will be picked up on a warrant next week. It is also my understanding that they claim to be friends with several law enforcement officers, EMS, and firefighters on Facebook or other social medias. Might want to let the officers and our EMS/Firefighters know so they can make sure they are not one of them. Morris was also arrested last year for impersonating a public servant in Alvin.
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  167. Sergeant Matthew Wise
  168.  
  169. Criminal Investigation Division
  170.  
  171. Friendswood Police Department
  172.  
  173. Office: 281-996-3341
  174.  
  175. Fax: 281-993-1235
  176.  
  177. mwise@friendswood.com
  178.  
  179.  
  180.  
  181. "WeServe By Choice, Not By Chance" - LEMIT Class #56
  182.  
  183. From: bayareainvestigators@googlegroups.com [mailto:bayareainvestigators@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Bobby Taylor - email
  184. Sent: Saturday, August 27, 2011 10:39 AM
  185. To: 'bayareainvestigators@googlegroups.com'
  186. Subject: thefts and burglaries of emergency vehicles
  187.  
  188.  
  189.  
  190. We’re working a couple suspects familiar to us and Friendswood PD.  They and others have been involved in  burglarizing police vehicles.  The two incidents we’re aware of took place at dealerships while the units were there for service.  One unit, a Harris County Tahoe was burglarized and the light bar and Panasonic Toughbook (MDT) were taken while the vehicle was a Ron Carter.  The other vehicle belonged to Angleton PD and its overheads were taken while it was in a dealership in that city.  The two aforementioned light bars were recovered yesterday, but not the MDT. We believe at one point they might have been in possession of 15 or more light bars.
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  193.  
  194. When they were contacted yesterday and one was taken into custody, they were also in possession of two MDTs which still contained law enforcement-sensitive software. These Toughbooks were purchased by one of them legally at an online municipal auction.
  195.  
  196.  
  197.  
  198. Both suspects are security guards and cop wannabes.  We believe there are several more involved including employees at area dealerships.   One of the crooks is a “friend” of the Facebook of several police officers’ in our area and has done ride alongs with APD officers in the past, so please keep this information close to your vest.
  199.  
  200.  
  201.  
  202. If anyone has any cases involving thefts from or burglaries of emergency vehicle please contact me on my cell at 281-796-8873.
  203.  
  204.  
  205.  
  206. Bobby Taylor
  207.  
  208. p.s. Has anyone seen Eric Price?
  209.  
  210. pdtape
  211.  
  212. Detective R.L. Taylor
  213.  
  214. Criminal Investigation Division
  215.  
  216. Alvin Police Department
  217.  
  218. 1500 S. Gordon
  219.  
  220. Alvin, Texas 77511
  221.  
  222. 281.585.7174 direct
  223.  
  224. 281.388.4370 main
  225.  
  226. 281.388.4380 fax
  227.  
  228. btaylor@apd.cityofalvin.com
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  233.  From:           robertspb@marcent.usmc.mil [robertspb@marcent.usmc.mil]         Sent:           Thu 11/29/2007 6:54 AM
  234.  To:     Bob Wieners
  235.  Cc:     
  236.  Subject:        Hello!
  237.  Attachments:  
  238. View As Web Page
  239.  
  240. Bob how are you? I got your contact info from John Love who was a student of mine at Amphib Recon and thought I'd drop you a note. I came back on active duty in late 2000 and I'm in Tampa now at MARCENT. We've been down here about 2 1/2 years and will likely stay until I retire in 2010. I had heard you stayed in TX when you retired but I wasn't sure where. My wife has family in Lake Jackson which I believe is pretty close to where you are; next time we are down there I'd love to buy you a beer. I occasionally run into a few of the guys from Hawaii but there are very few left on active duty. Drop me a note when you get a chance. Semper Fi
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  244. Pat
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  247.  
  248. P.B. Roberts
  249.  
  250. Colonel USMC
  251.  
  252. USMARCENT G-3
  253.  
  254. Chief of Operations
  255.  
  256. com 813-827-7071
  257.  
  258. dsn 312-651-7071
  259.  
  260. cell 813-546-9747
  261.  
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  263.  
  264.  From:           Garcia, Donna [DJG011@SHSU.EDU]         Sent:           Thu 8/25/2011 1:37 PM
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  310. Re: Marine
  311. Tuesday, April 29, 2008 7:31 PM
  312. From:
  313. "rbw828@sbcglobal.net" <rbw828@sbcglobal.net>
  314. Add sender to Contacts
  315. To:
  316. dbeeth@mail.com
  317. Ps...the Marines are engaging the towel band in Afghanistan...I think the Lance Corporals are happy.
  318.  
  319. I am happy for them.
  320.  
  321. Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device
  322.  
  323. -----Original Message-----
  324. From: "Don Beeth" <dbeeth@mail.com>
  325.  
  326. Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 16:25:33
  327. To:"'Robert Wieners'" <rbw828@sbcglobal.net>
  328. Subject: RE: Marine
  329.  
  330.  
  331. I find it hard to believe that a Marine commandant is capable of believably impersonating a slick sleeve in a Marine chow line; and especially so after he chewed out his first mess officer.  But no matter, this made my A list of stories that should be true should be true even if it is not.
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  333. Don  
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  338.  
  339. From: Robert Wieners [mailto:rbw828@sbcglobal.net]
  340. Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 7:08 AM
  341. To: rbw7799@yahoo.com; jpayson@gmail.com; 'Billie C. Holbert Jr.'; dbeeth@mail.com; 'Jay Horecky'
  342. Subject: FW: Marine
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  348.  
  349. From: Rich Wieners [mailto:rpw7351@optonline.net]
  350. Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 6:57 AM
  351. To: Woods, B; Woodburn, B; Wieners, W; Wieners, P; Wieners, B; Waldeck, D; Tilling, W; Russell, W; Muller, C; Graves, J; Fox, S P
  352. Subject: Marine
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  365.  
  366. Subject: General Al Grey
  367.  
  368.  
  369. The Commandant of the Marine Corps at one time was General Al Gray, a crusty
  370. old "Field Marine." He loved his Marines and often slipped into the mess
  371. hall wearing a faded old field jacket without any rank or insignia on it.
  372.  
  373. He would go through the chow line just like a private. (In this way,assured
  374. of being given the same rations that the lowest enlisted man
  375. received. And, woe be it to the mess officer if the food was found to be
  376. "unfit in quality or quantity.)
  377.  
  378. Upon becoming Commandant, General Gray was expected to do a great deal of
  379. "formal entertaining." Fancy dinner parties in full dress blue uniform.
  380.  
  381. Now, the general would rather have been in the field eating cold "C-rats"
  382. around a fighting hole with a bunch of young "hard charging" Marines.
  383. But the General knew his duty and as a Marine he was determined to do it to
  384. the best of his ability.
  385.  
  386. During these formal parties a detachment of highly polished Mar ines from
  387. "Eighth and Eye" (Marine Barracks located at 8th and I Streets in
  388. Washington, D.C., home of the Silent Drill Team) were detailed to assume the
  389. position of "parade rest" at various intervals around the ballroom
  390. where the festivities were being held.
  391.  
  392. At some point during one of these affairs, a very refined,
  393. big-chested,blue-haired lady picked up a tray of pastry and went around the
  394. room
  395. offering confections to the guests. When she noticed these Marines in dress
  396. blues, standing like sculptures all around the room, she was moved
  397. with admiration.
  398.  
  399. She knew that several of these men were fresh from our victory in Desert
  400. Storm. She made a beeline for the closest Lance Corporal, drew near him
  401. and asked, "Would you like pastry young man?"
  402.  
  403. The young Marine snapped to "attention" and replied, "I don't eat that shit,
  404. Ma'am." Just as quickly, he resumed the position of "parade rest."
  405.  
  406. His gaze remained fixed on some distant point throughout the exchange.
  407.  
  408. The fancy lady was completely taken aback! She blinked, her eyes widened,
  409. her mouth dropped open. So startled was she that she immediately began to
  410. doubt what she had heard. In a quivering voice she asked, "W-W-What did you
  411. say?"
  412.  
  413. The Marine snapped back to the position of "attention" (like the arm of a
  414. mousetrap smacking it's wooden base). Then he said, "I don't eat that shit,
  415. Ma'am."
  416.  
  417. And just as smartly as before, back to the position of "parade rest" he
  418. went.
  419.  
  420. This time, there was no doubt. The fancy lady immediately became incensed
  421. and felt insulted. After all, here she was an important lady, taking the
  422. time to offer something nice to this enlisted man (well below her station in
  423. life), and he had the nerve to say THAT to HER!
  424.  
  425. She exclaimed, "Well! I never...!" The lady remembered that she had met that
  426. military man in charge of all these 'soldiers' earlier. She spotte d General
  427. Gray from across the room.
  428.  
  429. He had a cigar clenched between his teeth and a camouflaged canteen cup full
  430. of bourbon in his left hand. He was talking to a group of 1st and 2nd
  431. Lieutenants.
  432.  
  433. So blue haired lady went straight over to the Commandant and interrupted.
  434.  
  435. "General, I offered some pastry to that young man over there, and do you
  436. know what he told me?"
  437.  
  438. General Gray cocked his eyebrow, took the cigar out of his mouth and said,
  439. "Well, no Ma'am, I don't."
  440.  
  441. The lady took in a deep breath, confident that she was adequately expressing
  442. with her body language her considerable rage and indignation.
  443.  
  444. As she wagged her head in cadence with her words, and she paused between
  445. each word for effect, "She said, 'I - don't - eat - that - shit -Ma'am!'"
  446.  
  447. The lieutenants were in a state of near apoplexy. A couple of them choked
  448. back chuckles, and turned their heads to avoid having their smirks
  449. detected. The ne xt thought that most of them had was, "God, I hope it wasn't
  450. one of MY Marines!" and the color left their faces.
  451.  
  452. General Gray wrinkled his brow, cut his eyes in the direction of the
  453. lieutenants, put his free hand to his chin and muttered a subdued,"Hummm.
  454. Which one did you say it was Ma'am?," the General asked.
  455.  
  456. "That tall sturdy one right over there near the window, General," the woman
  457. said with smug satisfaction.
  458.  
  459. One of the lieutenants began to look sick and put a hand on the wall for
  460. support. General Gray, seemed deep in thought, hand still to his chin,
  461. wrinkled brow. Suddenly, he looked up and his expression changed to one
  462. indicating he had made a decision.
  463.  
  464. He looked the fancy lady right in the eyes and said, "Well, fuck him! Don't
  465. give him any."
  466.  
  467.  
  468.  
  469.  
  470. FREEDOM ISN'T FREE!!!
  471.  
  472.  
  473.  
  474.  
  475.  
  476.  
  477.   From:          Michelle A. Perez       Sent:           Thu 8/25/2011 10:53 AM
  478.  To:     Mayor; Billy Enochs; Jim Hill; Pat McGinnis; John Scott; Deirdre Brown; Roger Roecker
  479.  Cc:     Melinda Welsh; Lisa Price; Bob Wieners
  480.  Subject:        Ordinance 2011-27 Posting
  481.  Attachments:    Ord 2011-27 Repealing Synthetic Marijuana.doc(36KB)
  482. View As Web Page
  483.  
  484. Attached is Ordinance 2011-27 that was posted today for the 9/12/11 agenda.
  485.  
  486.  
  487.  
  488. Michelle  Perez
  489.  
  490. Deputy City Secretary
  491.  
  492. City Secretary’s Office
  493.  
  494. 910 S. Friendswood Dr.
  495.  
  496. Friendswood, Tx 77546
  497.  
  498. 281-996-3270
  499.  
  500.  
  501.  
  502. "He who refuses to embrace a unique opportunity loses the prize as surely as if he had failed." ~ William James ~
  503.  
  504.  
  505.  From:           Luke Loeser     Sent:           Wed 8/24/2011 2:37 PM
  506.  To:     Bob Wieners
  507.  Cc:     Lisa Price
  508.  Subject:        FW: Memorandum of Understanding
  509.  Attachments:    Cover Letter Friendswood PD.doc(70KB)  MOU Friendswood Police Department.docx(41KB)
  510. View As Web Page
  511.  
  512.  
  513.  
  514.  
  515.  
  516. From: Ramin, Leslie (USMS) [mailto:Leslie.Ramin@usdoj.gov]
  517. Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2011 2:27 PM
  518. To: Luke Loeser
  519. Subject: Memorandum of Understanding
  520.  
  521.  
  522.  
  523. Chief Loeser,
  524.  
  525.  
  526.  
  527. It was a pleasure speaking with you.  Please review and if you feel amicable, please show to Chief Wieners for his approval.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at any time and if you feel I should come and speak to you in person about this I would be glad to.
  528.  
  529.  
  530.  
  531. The first page is a simple cover letter expressing our desire to load your channels into our radios for mutual aid and officer safety.  The second sheet is the actual MOU and in plain speak states that we will never use your channels for any purpose other than to talk with your officers on the street when we are in Friendswood and working with them.  We will never use them as a primary channel for us to operate on.  It also states that you can request at any time we remove the channels from our use and that there will be no exchange of money for this.  Any fees to be paid for the loading of the frequencies will be paid by the Marshal Service.
  532.  
  533.  
  534.  
  535. Again, thank you so much for your help and I look forward to hearing from you.
  536.  
  537.  
  538.  
  539. Sincerely,
  540.  
  541.  
  542.  
  543. Leslie Ramin
  544.  
  545. Criminal Investigator
  546.  
  547. U.S. Marshal Service
  548.  
  549. Southern District Of Texas
  550.  
  551. 713-539-1531
  552.  
  553.  
  554.  
  555.  
  556.   From:          Jennifier.Brzycki@tdcj.state.tx.us [Jennifier.Brzycki@tdcj.state.tx.us]         Sent:           Wed 8/24/2011 2:47 PM
  557.  To:     barnhill_john@dao.hctx.net; jay_karahan@ccl.hctx.net; RMSandoval1@sheriff.hctx.net; Keith.dougherty@baytown.org; rmack@bellairepolice.com; Policechief@uhcl.edu; ggrigg@deerparktx.org; Bob Wieners; dbarber@thecityofhedwigvillage.com; michael.dirden@cityofhouston.net; cwedemeyer@ci.jersey-village.tx.us; gbrye@mvpdtx.org; jfitzgerald@missouricitytx.gov; policechief@morganspoint-tx.com; Ron.wrobleski@nassaubay.com; nholomon@seabrookpd-tx.com; Gary.finkelman@springvalleytx.com; sgriffith@sugarlandtx.gov; rsmiley@websterpd.com
  558.  Cc:     
  559.  Subject:        Executive Clemency - Sassa, Dilson Juares
  560.  Attachments:    Sassa Dilson Juares BR NTO.pdf(577KB)
  561. View As Web Page
  562.  
  563.  
  564. Please see attached letter for Board's pending consideration on the above.  All responses should be addressed to The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles by
  565. Tuesday, September 06, 2011.
  566.  
  567.  
  568.  
  569.  
  570. Jennifier Brzycki
  571. Clemency Section
  572. 8610 Shoal Creek
  573. Austin, Texas 78757
  574. PH# (512) 406-5851
  575. Fax# (512) 467-0945
  576. jennifier.brzycki@tdcj.state.tx.us
  577.  
  578.  
  579.  
  580.  From:           Michele Brown   Sent:           Wed 8/24/2011 11:34 AM
  581.  To:     Bob Wieners
  582.  Cc:     Lisa Price
  583.  Subject:        nelson
  584.  Attachments:    nelson.doc(50KB)
  585. View As Web Page
  586. Chief please find attached information on an expunction hearing for Matthe Conrad Nelson.  Our report shows a Burglary w/intent to assault(poss stemming from a domestic of past girlfriend).  the call was on edinburg.  the suspect was arrest the next day at crystal bay apartments from the warrant via the SWAT team.
  587.  
  588. also note that on 120409 Alvin has a report on him for robbery with a firearm.  I do not know what the ruling on that one is.
  589.  
  590. Michele
  591.  
  592.  
  593.  
  594.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Thu 8/25/2011 5:22 PM
  595.  To:     Bob Wieners; Cindy Edge; Frank Manigold; James Toney; Karen Capps; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager
  596.  Cc:     
  597.  Subject:        FW: TxDOT HOSTS STATEWIDE PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT MEETINGS
  598.  Attachments:    UTP_Meeting_Locations.pdf(16KB)
  599. View As Web Page
  600.  
  601.  
  602.  
  603.  
  604.  
  605. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  606.  
  607. City Manager
  608.  
  609. City of Friendswood
  610.  
  611. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  612.  
  613. Friendswood, TX 77546
  614.  
  615. Office (281) 996-3250
  616.  
  617. Cell (281) 635-3074
  618.  
  619. Fax (281) 482-3722
  620.  
  621. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  622.  
  623.  
  624.  
  625. This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  626.  
  627.  
  628.  
  629. From: TxDOT [mailto:txdot@service.govdelivery.com]
  630. Sent: Thursday, August 25, 2011 1:21 PM
  631. To: Roger Roecker
  632. Subject: TxDOT HOSTS STATEWIDE PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT MEETINGS
  633.  
  634.  
  635.  
  636. TxDOT HOSTS STATEWIDE PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT MEETINGS
  637.  
  638. On Thursday, September 1, 2011, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will host a public meeting in each of its 25 districts throughout the state to provide information and solicit input from the public regarding the planning and funding of a variety of transportation projects. The discussions will center on recommended revisions to the 2012 Unified Transportation Program (UTP) and the 2011-2014 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The plan revisions will include fund transfer requests and Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 carryover balances. They will also address the reconciliation of Category 5 and 7 funds, and the distribution of Proposition 12 funds.
  639.  
  640. The meetings will be held from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. (CST) on Thursday, September 1, 2011.
  641.  
  642. Beginning promptly at 5:30 p.m., TxDOT staff will conduct a brief presentation on the purpose and revisions of the 2012 UTP. Additional information will be available for public viewing and TxDOT representatives will be on-hand to discuss the development process and answer questions. Forms will be provided in order to receive written comments. All interested parties are encouraged to attend.
  643.  
  644. The following link http://ftp.dot.state.tx.us/pub/txdot-info/fin/utp/2012_revision/locations.pdf and attachment provide address information to each of the twenty-five meeting sites.
  645.  
  646. Persons with special communication or accommodation needs may call (512) 486-5044 for assistance. Requests should be made no later than three days prior to the meeting. Every reasonable effort will be made to accommodate needs.
  647.  
  648. FURTHER INFORMATION
  649.  
  650. Unified Transportation Program - Revisions
  651. The UTP is a comprehensive 10-year statewide plan for the development and construction of transportation projects. The Texas Transportation Commission approved the 2012 UTP in May 2011. The September 1 meetings will include discussions regarding the revision of the UTP to include the addition of four metropolitan corridor projects in the El Paso District, tier-funded projects not previously identified, and language to allow for greater funding flexibility. For additional information regarding the UTP, please go to http://www.txdot.gov/public_involvement/utp.htm or call the toll-free information line at (800) 687-8108. Written comments may be submitted on the UTP website at: http://www.txdot.gov, using search engine keyword: 2012 UTP; by email at: FIN_UTP@txdot.gov; or by mail to: TxDOT Finance Division UTP, 150 E. Riverside Drive, Austin, Texas, 78704. Public comments will be received until September 26, 2011.
  652.  
  653. Statewide Transportation Improvement Program - Revisions
  654. The STIP is a mechanism used by TxDOT and the Federal Highway Administration to fund projects for the next four years. The STIP includes all federally funded projects. The September 1 public meetings pertain specifically to FY 2011 August Quarterly STIP revisions that have gone through local project selection and public involvement processes. The FY 2011 STIP Amendment for August 2011 may be viewed online at http://www.txdot.gov/business/governments/stips.htm. Interested parties may also visit any TxDOT District Office prior to the meeting. Locations of these offices can be found at: http://www.dot.state.tx.us/local_information/.   Written comments may be submitted to Lori Morel, 118 E. Riverside Drive, Austin, Texas 78704. Written comments must be received before September 26, 2011.
  655.  
  656. FY 2011 Carryovers
  657. At the end of each fiscal year, unused State Highway Funds from TxDOT districts and applicable division-managed programs are reviewed for carryover into the next fiscal year. The public will be given an opportunity to review and comment on the carryover totals. The final approved amounts will be applied to the FY 2012 UTP allocations.
  658.  
  659. Category 5 and Category 7 Reconciliation
  660. Category 5 funds Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality improvement projects in non-attainment areas throughout the state. Category 7 is funding for the eight Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) serving populations greater than 200,000.  The current reconciliation effort will allow the department and the affected MPOs to develop an agreed upon plan for the distribution of approximately $200M in Category 5 and 7 funds. The effort includes public review and comment on the agreed upon plan.
  661.  
  662. Proposition 12 Distribution
  663. Proposition 12 was approved by voters in 2007 for the issuance of $5B in general obligation debt to be used to improve Texas highways. The first issuance of $2B occurred in 2010. The second issuance, totaling $3B, is scheduled to occur over the course of the upcoming biennium (2012-2013).
  664.  
  665. The specified funding amounts and categories are:
  666.  
  667.     * $1.4 billion to be distributed to the 25 TxDOT districts for rehabilitation and safety projects;
  668.     * 600 million for urban and metropolitan mobility projects to be selected by 25 MPOs in the state;
  669.     * $500 million to replace or rehabilitate eight bridges, as specified in legislation;
  670.     * $300 million to be sub-allocated to the four largest MPOs in the state - Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio - for the development of future mobility projects; and
  671.     * $200 million for rural connectivity projects to be allocated by the Transportation Commission.
  672.  
  673. The Texas Transportation Commission is expected to approve these distributions at its September 2011 meeting. Districts and MPOs are working with local stakeholders to identify, prioritize and select projects during the months of August through October for consideration by the Commission.
  674.  
  675.     * UTP Meeting Locations.pdf
  676.  
  677.  
  678.  
  679.  
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  682.  
  683.  
  684.  
  685. This email was sent to rroecker@friendswood.com using GovDelivery, on behalf of: Texas Department of Transportation · 125 E. 11th Street · Austin, TX 78701 · 1-800-558-9368
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  691.  
  692.  
  693.  
  694.  
  695.  From:           Josh Rogers     Sent:           Tue 8/23/2011 7:31 PM
  696.  To:     FSU; Bob Wieners; John L. Elliott; Anthony Rose; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Brandon T. Claunch; Patricia Anaya; Michael Hurley (mhurley@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Doug Lauersdorf (dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Shari Burrows (sburrows@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  697.  Cc:     
  698.  Subject:        Search Warrant
  699.  Attachments:  
  700. View As Web Page
  701.  
  702. We will have a search warrant to run tomorrow 8/24/2011 at 16202 Diana.
  703.  
  704.  
  705.  
  706. We will brief in the squad room at 9:00AM and hit the apartment at 10:00AM.
  707.  
  708.  
  709.  
  710. The following officers will be utilized:
  711.  
  712.  
  713.  
  714. All of FSU including Anguiano with the exception of Officer Eades
  715.  
  716.  
  717.  
  718. Tactical officers: (be in full swat uniform)
  719.  
  720.  
  721.  
  722. Elliott
  723.  
  724. Scofield
  725.  
  726. Cordero
  727.  
  728. Rose
  729.  
  730. Jeffcoat
  731.  
  732. Claunch
  733.  
  734. Rogers
  735.  
  736.  
  737.  
  738. I would like to use Officer Anaya for transport in the event we have a female in custody.
  739.  
  740.  
  741.  
  742. Wise and Mach will have eyes somewhat on the apartment starting around 8:30 9:00AM
  743.  
  744.  
  745.  
  746. More to follow at briefing 9:00AM and all are invited to attend.
  747.  
  748.  
  749.  
  750. Capt. Rogers
  751.  
  752.  
  753.  
  754.  
  755.  
  756.  
  757.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Tue 8/23/2011 4:43 PM
  758.  To:     Billy Enochs; Mayor; Deirdre Brown; Jim Hill; John Scott; Mike Barker; Pat McGinnis
  759.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Cindy Edge; Frank Manigold; James Toney; Karen Capps; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager
  760.  Subject:        FW: DRC Recap (Aug 17th & 24th)
  761.  Attachments:  
  762. View As Web Page
  763.  
  764. Morad provides the following DRC recap:
  765.  
  766.  
  767.  
  768. Last week staff met with an individual interested in developing a single-family home on San Joaquin Pkwy.  As of right now, staff has the following meetings scheduled for tomorrow:
  769.  
  770.  
  771.  
  772. ·         At 8 AM, meeting with Genesis Pipeline on the installation of an 8-inch crude oil pipeline
  773.  
  774. ·         At 9 AM, meeting with an individual regarding the development of two single-family homes on W. Viejo Drive
  775.  
  776.  
  777.  
  778. If you have any questions, let me know.  Thanks.
  779.  
  780.  
  781.  
  782. Roger
  783.  
  784.  
  785.  
  786.  
  787.  
  788. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  789.  
  790. City Manager
  791.  
  792. City of Friendswood
  793.  
  794. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  795.  
  796. Friendswood, TX 77546
  797.  
  798. Office (281) 996-3250
  799.  
  800. Cell (281) 635-3074
  801.  
  802. Fax (281) 482-3722
  803.  
  804. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  805.  
  806.  
  807.  
  808. This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  809.  
  810.  
  811.  
  812.  From:           Rebecca A. Ortegon      Sent:           Tue 8/23/2011 3:11 PM
  813.  To:     Bob Wieners; Lisa Price
  814.  Cc:     Karen Renfrow; Maggie Townsend
  815.  Subject:        Cases Appealed
  816.  Attachments:    Cases Appealed - Aug 23,2011.pdf(25KB)
  817. View As Web Page
  818.  
  819. Good afternoon,
  820.  
  821.  
  822.  
  823. Attached is a list of cases appealed for the month of August 2011.
  824.  
  825.  
  826.  
  827. Thank You,
  828.  
  829.  
  830.  
  831. Rebecca Ortegon
  832.  
  833. Court Clerk
  834.  
  835. City of Friendswood
  836.  
  837. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  838.  
  839. Friendswood, TX 77546
  840.  
  841. Ph: (281)996-3252
  842.  
  843. Fax:(281)482-0273
  844.  
  845.  
  846.  
  847.  
  848.  
  849.  From:           Kevin S. Crouch         Sent:           Tue 8/23/2011 12:20 PM
  850.  To:     Bob Wieners
  851.  Cc:     
  852.  Subject:        EPO Contract
  853.  Attachments:    11082303.MP3(7MB)
  854. View As Web Page
  855.  
  856. Chief,
  857.  
  858.  
  859.  
  860. As requested I called E.P.O. and had a conversation with them in reference to the camera system at FOF. I recorded the call and have attached that audio file to this email.
  861.  
  862.  
  863.  
  864. Kevin Crouch
  865.  
  866. Crime Prevention Officer
  867.  
  868. Friendswood Police Department
  869.  
  870. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  871.  
  872. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  873.  
  874. 281-996-3316 or 281-996-3300
  875.  
  876.  
  877.  
  878.  
  879.  
  880.  From:           Doug Lauersdorf         Sent:           Tue 8/23/2011 11:20 AM
  881.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Carlos Granillo; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; David Gonzales; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Dustin A. Todd; Erik James. Reyna; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; John L. Elliott; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Nicholas D. McCanless; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Ryan Jenkins; Scott A. Muir; Shaina Berry; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Thomas J. Brouillard; Timothy S. Hicks; Veronica Segovia; Anthony Rose; David Brechtel; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Edmundo DeLacerda; Eric Price; Kathryn Mach; Matthew Wise; Monica M. Montoya; Ronald Powledge; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; William Higgs
  882.  Cc:     Doug Lauersdorf; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  883.  Subject:        Emergency Operations Schedule
  884.  Attachments:    Emergency Operations Schedule Revised 08-15-2011.docx(18KB)
  885. View As Web Page
  886.  
  887. Please see attachment.
  888.  
  889.  
  890.  
  891. Lieutenant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  892.  
  893. Assistant Commander of Patrol Division
  894.  
  895. Friendswood Police Department
  896.  
  897. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  898.  
  899. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  900.  
  901. Office # 281-996-3371
  902.  
  903. Fax # 281-482-9318
  904.  
  905. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  906.  
  907.  
  908.  
  909.  
  910.  
  911.   From:          Morad Kabiri    Sent:           Tue 8/23/2011 9:26 AM
  912.  To:     doug@texasdwilaw.com
  913.  Cc:     Roger Roecker; Arnold Polanco; Bob Wieners
  914.  Subject:        Cause No. 1719320 - Crofterglen Speed Limit
  915.  Attachments:    Subpoena.pdf(181KB)  Crofterglen.pdf(110KB)
  916. View As Web Page
  917.  
  918. Good morning Mr. Murphy,
  919.  
  920.  
  921.  
  922. Please find the attached letter responding to the subpoena served yesterday afternoon.  Per our conversation earlier, it is understood my presence is no longer needed for the hearing.  Should you have any questions, let me know.  Thanks.
  923.  
  924.  
  925.  
  926. Morad Kabiri, PE, AICP
  927.  
  928. Director of Community Development/
  929.  
  930. City Engineer
  931.  
  932. City of Friendswood, Texas
  933.  
  934. 281-996-3203; 281-996-3260 (fax)
  935.  
  936.  
  937.  
  938.  
  939.  
  940. From:    Luke Loeser     Sent:           Tue 8/23/2011 7:11 AM
  941.  To:     KC Rodgers; Michael Hurley; Shari Burrows; Josh Rogers; Bob Wieners
  942.  Cc:     
  943.  Subject:        FW: Melody Lane
  944.  Attachments:  
  945. View As Web Page
  946.  
  947.  
  948.  
  949.  
  950.  
  951. From: Brian T. Rouane
  952. Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 4:22 PM
  953. To: Mears, Katherine; Alexandria Matamoros; Bob Anderson; Brian K. Smith; David Blacksher; Frank Manigold; George Cherepes; Glenda C. Faulkner; Guillermo (Willie) A. Alfaro; Judy M. Anderson; Karan Barrera; Kaz Hamidian; Luke Loeser; Melinda Welsh; Michael Haley; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Phyllis Omo; Rene Ibarra; Rene Wilkirson; Rhonda Baker; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager
  954. Subject: Melody Lane
  955.  
  956.  
  957.  
  958. I was informed that on Wednesday morning August 24, 2011 the contractor for Melody Lane reconstruction project, Conrad Construction, will be setting up a temporary voluntary detour from Woodland Parkway to FM 2351 while concrete paving is placed along one way route.  A flagger will be present to inform the drivers of impending delays while concrete is being placed and given the option to continue down Melody Lane to FM 2351 and wait for the concrete truck to exit project or turn left at Woodland Parkway and continue to FM 2351 by taking a right on Woodland Trail.  I informed contractor to place direction signs along temporary route.  I can be reached for any questions or concerns at (281) 996-3295.
  959.  
  960.  
  961.  
  962. Thank you.
  963.  
  964. Brian T. Rouane
  965.  
  966. Project Manager
  967.  
  968. City of Friendswood
  969.  
  970.  
  971.  
  972.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Mon 8/22/2011 4:30 PM
  973.  To:     Bob Wieners
  974.  Cc:     Toni Yeager
  975.  Subject:        FW: Request for Out-of-State Travel/Training
  976.  Attachments:    SCN_20110822150026_001.pdf(5MB)
  977. View As Web Page
  978.  
  979. Approved.
  980.  
  981.  
  982.  
  983. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  984.  
  985. City Manager
  986.  
  987. City of Friendswood
  988.  
  989. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  990.  
  991. Friendswood, TX 77546
  992.  
  993. Office (281) 996-3250
  994.  
  995. Cell (281) 635-3074
  996.  
  997. Fax (281) 482-3722
  998.  
  999. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  1000.  
  1001.  
  1002.  
  1003. This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  1004.  
  1005.  
  1006.  
  1007. From: Lisa Price
  1008. Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 3:16 PM
  1009. To: Roger Roecker
  1010. Cc: Toni Yeager; Bob Wieners
  1011. Subject: Request for Out-of-State Travel/Training
  1012.  
  1013.  
  1014.  
  1015. The attached documents are a request for out-of-state travel/training for Shelter Manager Lisa Braggs.  The FAA has proposed to pay for the hotel and airfare.  The City would be responsible for the registration fees and per diem.  Therefore, city-incurred expenses for out-of-state training would be no more than if the training were in-state.
  1016.  
  1017.  
  1018.  
  1019. Sent on behalf of Chief Wieners
  1020.  
  1021.  
  1022.  
  1023. Officer Lisa Price
  1024.  
  1025. Friendswood Police Department
  1026.  
  1027. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  1028.  
  1029. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  1030.  
  1031. 281-996-3313
  1032.  
  1033. 281-482-9318 fax
  1034.  
  1035. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  1036.  
  1037.  
  1038.  
  1039.  From:           Dennis Senter   Sent:           Mon 8/22/2011 10:45 AM
  1040.  To:     Bob Wieners
  1041.  Cc:     Lisa Price; Dennis Senter; Josh Rogers
  1042.  Subject:        New TCLEOSE Fees
  1043.  Attachments:  
  1044. View As Web Page
  1045.  
  1046. Chief, see below. TCLEOSE is getting “fee” happy. Please let me know how you would like me to proceed. Is the PD going to pay these fees for the officers to have the below certificates or are we going to require the officer to pay the fees themselves if they choose to have a physical copy of the certificate?
  1047.  
  1048. Dennis
  1049.  
  1050.  
  1051.  
  1052. Beginning September 1, 2011 proficiency certificates will no longer be automatically generated and mailed to your appointing agency.
  1053.  
  1054. Proficiency Certificates
  1055.  
  1056. Licensee
  1057.  
  1058. Peace Officer
  1059.  
  1060.     * Basic Peace Officer Proficiency Certificate
  1061.     * Intermediate Peace Officer Proficiency Certificate
  1062.     * Advanced Peace Officer Proficiency Certificate
  1063.     * Master Peace Officer Proficiency Certificate
  1064.  
  1065. Jailer
  1066.  
  1067.     * Basic Jailer Proficiency Certificate
  1068.     * Intermediate Jailer Proficiency Certificate
  1069.     * Advanced Jailer Proficiency Certificate
  1070.     * Master Jailer Proficiency Certificate
  1071.  
  1072. Telecommunicator
  1073.  
  1074.     * Basic Telecommunicator Proficiency Certificate
  1075.     * Intermediate Telecommunicator Proficiency Certificate
  1076.     * Advanced Telecommunicator Proficiency Certificate
  1077.  
  1078. Other
  1079.  
  1080.     * Academic Recognition Award
  1081.     * Civil Process Certification
  1082.     * Community Supervision Firearms Identification Card
  1083.     * Firearms Instructor Proficiency Certification
  1084.     * Firearms Proficiency for Juvenile Probation Officers
  1085.     * Instructor Advanced Proficiency Certification
  1086.     * Instructor Proficiency Certification
  1087.     * Investigative Hypnosis Certification
  1088.     * Mental Health Officer Certification
  1089.     * Retired Federal Firearms Identification Card
  1090.     * SFST Instructor
  1091.     * Special Investigator Certification
  1092.     * Cybercrime Investigator Certification
  1093.  
  1094.  
  1095.  
  1096.  
  1097.  
  1098. Sergeant Dennis “Chad” Senter
  1099.  
  1100. Friendswood Police Department
  1101.  
  1102. Administrative Services Division
  1103.  
  1104. Office of Professional Standards and Training
  1105.  
  1106. Dispatch: 281-996-3300
  1107.  
  1108. Office: 281-996-3309
  1109.  
  1110. Fax: 281-482-9318
  1111.  
  1112. Email: dsenter@friendswood.com
  1113.  
  1114.  
  1115.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Mon 8/22/2011 8:55 AM
  1116.  To:     Bob Wieners; Cindy Edge; Frank Manigold; James Toney; Karen Capps; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager
  1117.  Cc:     
  1118.  Subject:        FW: TMRS McAllen Board Meeting
  1119.  Attachments:    TMRS Board Agenda-8-18&19-11.pdf(28KB)
  1120. View As Web Page
  1121.  
  1122. Some (maybe much) of this will not be of interest to you, but some I think you will find relevant.  Bob Scott is the CFO in Carrollton.
  1123.  
  1124.  
  1125.  
  1126. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  1127.  
  1128. City Manager
  1129.  
  1130. City of Friendswood
  1131.  
  1132. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  1133.  
  1134. Friendswood, TX 77546
  1135.  
  1136. Office (281) 996-3250
  1137.  
  1138. Cell (281) 635-3074
  1139.  
  1140. Fax (281) 482-3722
  1141.  
  1142. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  1143.  
  1144.  
  1145.  
  1146. This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  1147.  
  1148.  
  1149.  
  1150. From: Bob Scott [mailto:Bob.Scott@cityofcarrollton.com]
  1151. Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 8:37 AM
  1152. To: Becky Brooks; Brett Starr; Charles Cox; Collin Boothe; Corrine Steeger; Janina Jewell; Karen Rhodes; Keith Nelson; Kent Austin; Kent Pfeil; Max Duplant; Micki Rundell; Mike Rodgers; Roger Roecker; Sidney Kirk; Steve Williams
  1153. Cc: Leonard Martin; 'PARRISH.PARRISH@GMAIL.COM'; Keith.Dagen@cor.gov
  1154. Subject: TMRS McAllen Board Meeting
  1155.  
  1156.  
  1157.  
  1158. GFOAT Board
  1159.  
  1160.  
  1161.  
  1162. I’m glad I went to the TMRS Board meeting as I was the only observer there.  As expected, it was primarily a philosophical  and somewhat retrospective meeting with a little bit of “look how good we are” mixed in for good measure.  All board members were in attendance with the exception of Frank Simpson.  Here the highlights:
  1163.  
  1164.  
  1165.  
  1166. 1.       All TMRS employees received a 2% pay raise this year with the general counsel, the internal auditor and the  executive director receiving their compensation adjustments directly from the board.  On the agenda were adjustments for the first two with the new general counsel Michelle Sweeney (she replaced David when he was promoted) receiving a 3% and the internal auditor receiving a 2%.
  1167.  
  1168. 2.       The Strategic Plan includes several sections including actuarial, investments, customer service and legislative.
  1169.  
  1170. a.       Actuarial.  Much of the actuarial goals have been accomplished with the implementation of PUC, shortening of amortization  for ad hoc and closed plans, tightening of assumptions etc.  The primary discussion in this area revolved around whether the system should go to entry age for funding purposes in conjunction with implementation of the new GASB standards.  I provided the feedback that there are pros and cons to implementing entry age  but the fact that GASB will be requiring it should not be much of a consideration since it will be impossible to synchronize funding with the GASB mandated accounting regardless of actuarial method used.
  1171.  
  1172. b.      Investments.  On the investment side, staff is continuing the planned diversification and movement toward the target allocation ratios.  The two remaining areas needing increased allocations to reach targets are real estate and real return.  April Nixon brought up the issue on whether there would be initial staff needed to monitor these new sectors and ensure they were both implemented and performing properly.  In the ensuing discussion staff was asked to develop a staffing plan.  It was also brought out that TMRS’s staffing levels and percent of return spent on administrative expenses were way below average as compared to comparable plans.  Jim Parrish also made the comment on the need for succession planning.
  1173.  
  1174. c.       Customer Service.  Customer Service garnered quite a bit of conversation particularly in the area of technology and self service.  While this trend will continue, there was also discussion on the fact that it was not always good to make the self service tools too capable as the employees did not always understand all the ramifications and nuances.
  1175.  
  1176. d.      Legislative.  April commented that there were more bills introduced that affected TMRS than previous legislative sessions continuing a trend begun several sessions ago.  The topic Of “pension envy” came up and the many efforts to reduce pensions without consideration of the underlying costs or circumstances (member of social security etc.).    I made the comment that the composition of our elected officials was changing with many coming in with no previous experience but with very much of a set agenda.  Discussions centered around becoming more proactive in the legislative process and in expanding communications to elected officials.
  1177.  
  1178. 3.       On the regulatory front, there was talk of the GASB exposure drafts which I believe will require many changes in how TMRS does business and disseminates information.  I spoke briefly on some of the implications that needed to be considered including:
  1179.  
  1180. a.       Certification Letters.  Presumably there will be two certification letters, one for GAAP and one for funding but there will also need to be an update letter and since TMRS member cities have 10 different year ends, TMRS will have to consider whether to do individual or group update letters.
  1181.  
  1182. b.      Contents of the CAAFR.  Will the actuarial section including both the system wide trend tables and the individual valuations for each city be on a funding basis or a GAAP basis?  Will TMRS provide certain statistical tables on both a funding basis and a GAAP Basis?
  1183.  
  1184. c.       If it chooses to continue with the funding based tables, will it modify any of them for additional GAAP disclosures that are now required?
  1185.  
  1186. d.      How will all this be communicated out to the member cities in terms of their year end reporting package?
  1187.  
  1188.  
  1189.  
  1190. As you can tell the area of pensions is not calming down anytime in the near future.  On a separate note, Keith Dagen and I will be calling a FRR committee meeting in the near future to meet the September 30th comment deadline.
  1191.  
  1192.  
  1193.  
  1194. Bob
  1195.  
  1196.  
  1197. From:    Carolyn Zimmer [mailservice@clubrunner.ca]      Sent:           Sun 8/21/2011 8:18 PM
  1198.  To:     Bob Wieners
  1199.  Cc:     
  1200.  Subject:        Fireside Chat
  1201.  Attachments:  
  1202. View As Web Page
  1203. To: Robert B. Wieners, Rotary Club of Friendswood
  1204.  
  1205. Quick reminder for the Fireside Chat on Friday, August 26 at the Chamber office.  Join your fellow Rotarians for pizza, suds and conversation from 5-7 p.m.  We wll also induct three new members at our scheduled meeting on Wednesday.  Wishing you a wonderful week.
  1206.  
  1207.  
  1208.  
  1209. Carolyn Zimmer
  1210. Rotary Club of Friendswood
  1211.  
  1212.  
  1213.  From:           Shari Burrows   Sent:           Fri 8/19/2011 3:56 PM
  1214.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  1215.  Cc:     
  1216.  Subject:        FW: Houston Regional Threat Information Summary #489
  1217.  Attachments:    0489 Houston TIS.pdf(2MB)
  1218. View As Web Page
  1219.  
  1220.  
  1221.  
  1222.  
  1223.  
  1224. Shari Burrows
  1225.  
  1226. Friendswood Police Department
  1227.  
  1228. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  1229.  
  1230. 281-996-3340
  1231.  
  1232.  
  1233.  
  1234. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  1235.  
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  1243.  
  1244. From: Houston Regional Fusion Center [mailto:cidcdu@leo.gov]
  1245. Sent: Friday, August 19, 2011 1:26 PM
  1246. To: Houston Regional Fusion Center
  1247. Subject: Houston Regional Threat Information Summary #489
  1248.  
  1249.  
  1250.  
  1251.  
  1252.  
  1253. Houston Regional Intelligence Service Center
  1254.  
  1255.  
  1256.  
  1257. Houston Police Department
  1258.  
  1259.  
  1260.  
  1261. Harris County Sheriff’s Office
  1262.  
  1263.  
  1264.  
  1265. Metropolitan Transit Authority Police Department
  1266.  
  1267.  
  1268.  
  1269. United States Department of Homeland Security
  1270.  
  1271. Threat Information Summary TIS 489 - (see attachments)
  1272.  
  1273.  
  1274. CAVEAT: //Not for public release. DO NOT DISTRIBUTE ON NON-GOVERNMENTAL INTERNET SERVERS This document is law enforcement sensitive (LES) and for official use only (FOUO). Limit dissemination to persons who have a need to know.//
  1275.  
  1276. PLEASE DO NOT INITIATE INVESTIGATIONS OR REPORTING BASED ON THE TIS WITHOUT FIRST COORDINATING WITH THE HRISC (713) 884-4710.
  1277.  
  1278. The Threat Information Summary (TIS) is a sensitive document for limited distribution produced by the Houston Regional Intelligence Service Center (HRISC). The TIS is a weekly roll-up of terrorism and Sept 11th related reports, the current threat and selected reports from other sources with pertinence to Houston and Southeast Texas. The HRISC is a specialized intelligence unit that collects and analyzes all Houston area reporting in the wake of Sept 11th in support of counter-terrorism, anti-terrorism, and Homeland Security. The HRISC is also responsible for direct liaison between HPD and the FBI Houston Terrorist Task Force (HTTF) as well as other local, state, federal and military entities responsible for collecting and compiling terrorist threat intelligence.
  1279.  
  1280. The TIS is Law Enforcement Sensitive (LES) and For Official Use Only (FOUO). Because it contains information protected by the Privacy Act, further distribution of these summaries are restricted to the official recipient or their parent agencies, unless approval from HRISC has been obtained beforehand. Violations of the Privacy Act make both the releasing organization and the person involved in the unauthorized release liable in civil suits. Information will not be released to the media. Some information is law enforcement sensitive (LES) and release of such material could adversely affect or jeopardize follow-up investigative and law enforcement activities. Persons/organizations found violating the distribution restrictions will be banned from receiving all future HRISC Threat Information Summary reports.
  1281.  
  1282.  
  1283. Houston Regional Intelligence Service Center
  1284.  
  1285. Darryl Cherry 713-884-4711
  1286.  
  1287. Terry Robertson 713-884-4716
  1288.  
  1289. Robert Mireles 713-884-4717
  1290.  
  1291. Shawn Drake 713-884-4718
  1292.  
  1293. Mike Davis 713-884-4720
  1294.  
  1295. Santos Rodriguez 713-884-4722
  1296.  
  1297. Janet White 713-884-4723
  1298.  
  1299. Ralph Ramirez 713-884-4715
  1300.  
  1301. Steven Nguyen 713-884-4725
  1302.  
  1303.  
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  1306.  
  1307. Provide feedback or suggestions to:  cidcdu@leo.gov.
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  1331.  
  1332.  From:           Gena M. Wienserski      Sent:           Fri 8/19/2011 2:42 PM
  1333.  To:     Bob Wieners
  1334.  Cc:     Lisa Price
  1335.  Subject:        Evaluation Information
  1336.  Attachments:    Evals w_o pay info.xls(78KB)
  1337. View As Web Page
  1338.  
  1339.  
  1340.  
  1341. The City’s performance review system will be changing from SonicPerform to TaleoPerform in October.  This is a reminder that time is running out to complete evaluations in the current system.  The attached spreadsheet lists the employees who have reviews that are either overdue, presently due or due prior to October 1.  The cutoff date to complete reviews using the current system is September 15th.  Any reviews done after that date will need to be done in the new system.
  1342.  
  1343.  
  1344.  
  1345. This email is being sent separately to the City Manager and Directors only, depending on department.  Please forward as you deem necessary.  If there are any questions please feel free to email or call.   Thank you.
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  1352.  
  1353. Best Regards,
  1354.  
  1355.  
  1356.  
  1357. Gena Wienserski
  1358.  
  1359. HR/RM Assistant
  1360.  
  1361. City of Friendswood
  1362.  
  1363. PH: 281-996-3238
  1364.  
  1365. FX: 281-482-6491
  1366.  
  1367. This e-mail contains the thoughts and opinions of Gena Wienserski and does not represent official City Policy.
  1368.  
  1369.  
  1370.  
  1371. May whatever happen to you today be something special.
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  1377.  
  1378.  From:           Luke Loeser     Sent:           Fri 8/19/2011 8:03 AM
  1379.  To:     Bob Wieners
  1380.  Cc:     
  1381.  Subject:        FW: training request mixup
  1382.  Attachments:  
  1383. View As Web Page
  1384.  
  1385. FYI ONLY
  1386.  
  1387.  
  1388.  
  1389. From: Michael Hurley
  1390. Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2011 8:53 AM
  1391. To: Luke Loeser
  1392. Subject: FW: training request mixup
  1393.  
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  1399.  
  1400. From: Chris Scofield
  1401. Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2011 4:34 AM
  1402. To: Michael Hurley
  1403. Subject: FW: training request mixup
  1404.  
  1405.  
  1406.  
  1407. Hopefully this is what you had in mind.
  1408.  
  1409.  
  1410.  
  1411. Thanks,
  1412.  
  1413. Sergeant C. Scofield
  1414.  
  1415. Friendswood Police Department
  1416.  
  1417. cscofield@ci.friendswood.tx.us  
  1418.  
  1419. Office-281-996-3322
  1420.  
  1421. Fax-281-482-9318
  1422.  
  1423. "Action is the basis of success"
  1424.  
  1425. From: Quinn T. Pearson
  1426. Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2011 1:32 AM
  1427. To: Chris Scofield
  1428. Subject: training request mixup
  1429.  
  1430.  
  1431.  
  1432. Sgt,
  1433.  
  1434.   Here is the email you requested regarding the training request mix up.
  1435.  
  1436.  
  1437.  
  1438.                 I had put a training request in for a photography class which was held in Port Arthur.  I had gotten back the request with a couple others I had submitted and at the time believed I was approved.  I had gone to Sgt. Cordero and told him that I had been approved for this class and asked if I could get with Tony or Simon about borrowing a camera and a tripod. I got with Tony and asked about a camera and I  got a camera from Brecktel, a laptop and tripod from Tony.  On my request I did not ask for a hotel because I did not believe the school was far enough away to warrant a hotel.  I thought about using patrol unit but the vehicle assignment list was not up to date and I would have to leave so early and return so late that I would affect all three shifts trying to find a unit to take so I just used my personal vehicle.  I went to the school which started on a Monday and ended on a Friday so I think the next Monday or Tuesday I submitted a reimbursement form to records for meals, mileage and toll road.
  1439.  
  1440.                 Sgt. Cordero called me a day or so later I think and asked me if I was approved for this school.  I told him yes and he asked if I still had the training request form that was approved.  I told him yes I think I do but I’m not at home at the moment and will look when I get home.  I got home and began looking for the training request and found that I had shredded it already.  I had found it odd that Sgt. Cordero would asked me if I was approved for a school thinking he would know if I was approved or not so  I pieced back together the training request and saw under the word approval initials on both lines.  I began to look closer at the form and saw the boxes that say either yes or no and saw that it was checked no then initialed under the word approved.  I immediately called Sgt. Cordero and explained to him what happened and why I thought I was approved.  I asked if I needed to come in and send him an email immediately and he told me no to just wait and he will get back with me  I told him that this in no way done with malice I said if my reimbursement request is denied I understand due to this being my error.  Sgt. Cordero explained he would take care of it since he did not catch the error either and I apologized to him if I had gotten him into hot water due to my error.  I explained that I had put in for another school which was coming up in Sept and while we were on the phone I looked at this request closer and saw the same thing under approval it was initialed but the box was checked no. I had already marked in my calendar that I would be off for this training and told Cordero that I had  seen the same thing for next month’s class and glad I caught this now.   I didn’t hear anything else about it for a couple of days and discarded the shredded form.
  1441.  
  1442. I came in to work a week or two later and had an email from Capt Hurley requesting some answers to some questions he asked about the training form and vehicle usage.  I responded to them and below I pasted a copy of his email and my response. I  received another email asking if I had the training request with the signatures on them if I could bring this to him.  I went home and looked but it had already been discarded and  I checked with Cordero to see if he had a copy of the training request since I remembered I made a copy of every training request that I receive back approved but he did not have one, so I replied to Capt Hurley advising him of such and pasted that email below as well.  Let me know if there is anything else you need.
  1443.  
  1444.  
  1445.  
  1446. Respectfully Submitted,
  1447.  
  1448. Pearson #2353
  1449.  
  1450.  
  1451.  
  1452.  
  1453.  
  1454. Capt Hurley,
  1455.  
  1456. Below are the responses you requested.
  1457.  
  1458.  
  1459.  
  1460. Question 1-  The original training request was submitted to my supervisor with the description of the class attached and I believe all I receive back is a copy with the initials under the approval.
  1461.  
  1462. Question 2- On the original I marked No per diem because it’s my understanding that you request this per diem when a hotel is requested.
  1463.  
  1464. Question 3- I did not use a police vehicle because I  would have affected all three shifts using a patrol vehicle due to the distance driving to and from the class.  At this time we did not have a vehicle assigned for training and due to all the tahoe’s coming online the Vehicle unit assignments was incorrect and I was unable to determine who drove which vehicle and what days off a vehicle would be available.  Also I did not believe I could travel through the toll roads without paying even in a police vehicle if I was not working in a police capacity.  
  1465.  
  1466. Question 4- I did not request a hotel for this class because I did not believe the class was far enough to warrant a hotel room.
  1467.  
  1468.  
  1469.  
  1470. Respectfully Submitted,
  1471.  
  1472. Pearson #2353
  1473.  
  1474.  
  1475.  
  1476. From: Michael Hurley
  1477. Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 9:44 AM
  1478. To: Quinn T. Pearson
  1479. Cc: Chris Scofield; Michael Cordero; Luke Loeser; Dennis Senter
  1480. Subject: Travel Expense
  1481.  
  1482.  
  1483.  
  1484. Officer Pearson, at this time your travel expense reimbursement for training on Forensic Photography held in Port Arthur, Texas from July 18, 2011 through July 22, 2011 had been denied. I need the following information from you. You may use the city’s statement form for your answers.
  1485.  
  1486.  
  1487.  
  1488.    1. Where is the original training request signed by the supervisor and the commander that authorized this training?
  1489.    2. On the copy of the training request you submitted, it is marked that no per diem is requested and yet your submitted a request for $255.00 in reimbursements.
  1490.    3. Why was a personal vehicle used when a police vehicle would have been available at a cheaper cost to travel expenses and toll roads were free to travel upon?
  1491.    4. Why did you not request a hotel/motel for a training class being held for one week at an out of town venue?
  1492.  
  1493.  
  1494.  
  1495. Please submit these answers to me by Thursday morning, August 11, 2011. meh
  1496.  
  1497.  
  1498.  
  1499.  
  1500.  
  1501.  
  1502.  
  1503. . Capt,
  1504.  
  1505.   I attempted to locate the correct form needed for financing.  I looked and only turned in my original request to them which is the one prior to the signatures.  I looked for the one with the signatures and I had already thrown it away prior to you emailing me.  I went to Sgt. Cordero because I thought after I received approval for the school I made a copy and gave one to him but he does not have one either. At this time I cannot produce the correct one required for reimbursement.
  1506.  
  1507.  
  1508.  
  1509. Respectfully Submitted,
  1510.  
  1511. Pearson #2353    
  1512.  
  1513.  
  1514.  
  1515. From: Michael Hurley
  1516. Sent: Thursday, August 11, 2011 9:00 AM
  1517. To: Quinn T. Pearson
  1518. Subject: RE: Travel Expense
  1519.  
  1520.  
  1521.  
  1522. Thank you. Once the original training request is signed off by the supervisor and the commanding officer a copy is given to you. I understand from Lt. Rogers that a copy was placed in your mail box. This is the copy finance needs that shows the training request was signed off and approved. Please submit that original request to me. Thx, meh
  1523.  
  1524.        
  1525.        
  1526.        
  1527.        
  1528.         From:    Roger Roecker   Sent:           Thu 8/18/2011 7:08 PM
  1529.  To:     Billy Enochs; Mayor; Deirdre Brown; Jim Hill; John Scott; Mike Barker; Pat McGinnis
  1530.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Cindy Edge; Frank Manigold; James Toney; Karen Capps; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager
  1531.  Subject:        P&Z Meeting
  1532.  Attachments:  
  1533. View As Web Page
  1534.  
  1535. I wanted to alert you that tonight’s P&Z meeting will not be recorded for the PEG channel.  You’re aware of the recent tragedy involving our contract videographer.  The company is aware of our meeting schedule, but did not have someone in place for tonight’s meeting.
  1536.  
  1537.  
  1538.  
  1539.  
  1540.  
  1541. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  1542.  
  1543. City Manager
  1544.  
  1545. City of Friendswood
  1546.  
  1547. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  1548.  
  1549. Friendswood, TX 77546
  1550.  
  1551. Office (281) 996-3250
  1552.  
  1553. Cell (281) 635-3074
  1554.  
  1555. Fax (281) 482-3722
  1556.  
  1557. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  1558.  
  1559.  
  1560.  
  1561. This communication is for informational purposes only. To avoid potential violations of the Open Meetings Act, any reply to this email by a member of the City Council should be to the sender only.  Any response or other deliberation among members of the City Council should take place only during a duly posted and noticed meeting of the City Council.
  1562.  
  1563.  
  1564.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Thu 8/18/2011 5:57 PM
  1565.  To:     Billy Enochs; Mayor; Deirdre Brown; Jim Hill; John Scott; Mike Barker; Pat McGinnis
  1566.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Cindy Edge; Frank Manigold; James Toney; Karen Capps; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager; Todd R. Yeager
  1567.  Subject:        Council Laptops
  1568.  Attachments:  
  1569. View As Web Page
  1570.  
  1571. Several comments were made during last Monday night’s Council meeting about the Council laptops being “stripped” of information.
  1572.  
  1573.  
  1574.  
  1575. I asked Todd Yeager to check the PC in the Council Workroom and the laptops at the dais to see if anything had changed.  He did so and found no indication that anything was missing that had once been there.
  1576.  
  1577.  
  1578.  
  1579. He did find that there was a routing issue internally that prevented the Weblink link on the website from working properly on our internal network. The link functioned properly for Internet connections external to our network.  He has since made changes to the link on the website, our internal server DNS and our external hosted DNS.  The link should work properly internally and externally now.
  1580.  
  1581.  
  1582.  
  1583. If the laptops do not already go directly to the City website, we will make that the home page to facilitate accessing information through that site.  We can also provide access to the old website with the Agendas and Minutes prior to Jan 2010.  The old website is still available at old.friendswood.com for reference.
  1584.  
  1585.  
  1586.  
  1587. We do want to stress that IT has not removed anything from the Council Workroom PC or the laptops at the dais.  The only change that has been made within the last few months was to add the Microsoft Office migration tool that allows Council to view documents created with our new version of Office.
  1588.  
  1589.  
  1590.  
  1591. We will be happy to meet with any of you in person or by phone to show you how to access the information that is available on the laptops according to the rules set by Council.
  1592.  
  1593.  
  1594.  
  1595. Thanks for your service.
  1596.  
  1597. Roger
  1598.  
  1599.  
  1600.  
  1601.  
  1602.  
  1603. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  1604.  
  1605. City Manager
  1606.  
  1607. City of Friendswood
  1608.  
  1609. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  1610.  
  1611. Friendswood, TX 77546
  1612.  
  1613. Office (281) 996-3250
  1614.  
  1615. Cell (281) 635-3074
  1616.  
  1617. Fax (281) 482-3722
  1618.  
  1619. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  1620.  
  1621.  
  1622.  
  1623. This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  1624.  
  1625.  
  1626.  
  1627.   From:          Nick Haby       Sent:           Thu 8/18/2011 2:42 PM
  1628.  To:     Bob Wieners; Cindy Edge; James Toney; Karen Capps; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager
  1629.  Cc:     
  1630.  Subject:        FW: Police video ready!
  1631.  Attachments:  
  1632. View As Web Page
  1633.  
  1634. All –
  1635.  
  1636.  
  1637.  
  1638. Below is a link to the latest yourtowntv video, profiling the PD.  Please let me know what you think.  Any changes/suggestions?
  1639.  
  1640.  
  1641.  
  1642.  
  1643.  
  1644. Nick Haby
  1645.  
  1646. Assistant to the City Manager
  1647.  
  1648. City of Friendswood
  1649.  
  1650. 910 S. Friendswood Dr.
  1651.  
  1652. Friendswood, TX  77546
  1653.  
  1654. Ph: 281-996-3250
  1655.  
  1656. Fax: 281-482-3722
  1657.  
  1658.  
  1659.  
  1660. From: jennifer_vogel@yourtowntv.com [mailto:jennifer_vogel@yourtowntv.com]
  1661. Sent: Monday, August 15, 2011 5:13 PM
  1662. To: Nick Haby
  1663. Cc: kyle rogers
  1664. Subject: Police video ready!
  1665.  
  1666.  
  1667.  
  1668. Nick,
  1669.  
  1670. We are pretty excited about this one.  I had to take out very little from the originial script, maybe a couple words even.  I cut down the interviews to make it fit, but I think it looks really, really good.
  1671.  
  1672.  
  1673.  
  1674. Please let me know your thoughts!
  1675.  
  1676.  
  1677.  
  1678. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuTlmdA6RSQ
  1679.  
  1680.  
  1681.  
  1682.  
  1683.  From:           Juan Flores [JFlores@mentalix.com]      Sent:           Thu 8/18/2011 2:00 PM
  1684.  To:     Bob Wieners
  1685.  Cc:     
  1686.  Subject:        DPS to accept mobile ID checks in September
  1687.  Attachments:  
  1688. View As Web Page
  1689.  
  1690. Mentalix has received word that the Texas Department of Public Safety will begin accepting rapid ID checks from mobile systems as early as September 1, 2011.  Mentalix’s FS Remote ID software supports wireless, single-finger, BlueCheck scanners for use in patrol cars, and starter packs are available for less than $10,000 – including installation and training.
  1691.  
  1692.  
  1693.  
  1694. Our FS Remote ID allows you to instantly check a subject’s identity and run an FBI RISC check on the road simply by scanning two fingers.  Officers no longer have to rely on potentially false ID cards or wait for fingerprint checks at the jail to verify identity and check a person’s criminal history.  Mentalix has already sold multiple FS Remote ID systems in Texas, to work with both Mentalix and other brands of live scan systems.  In addition, Mesquite Police Department is beta testing as a RISC site.
  1695.  
  1696.  
  1697.  
  1698. Currently, FS Remote ID will compare captured prints against your local live scan database – no matter which brand you have – and will enable FBI RISC checks.  FBI RISC (Repository of Individuals of Special Concern) checks will search FBI databases which include wanted persons, registered sex offenders, and known or suspected terrorists.  When Texas DPS begins accepting mobile ID checks in September, the Mentalix systems will also enable mobile searches of the Texas state AFIS.  No matter which live scan system you use in your jail, Mentalix can enable searches of your local live scan fingerprint database from the FS Remote ID unit.  For a small investment now, you can scale up the number of devices later when needed.
  1699.  
  1700.  
  1701.  
  1702. FS Remote ID improves safety by allowing your officers in the field to confirm identities immediately on-site, based on fingerprints.  The system works with in-car laptops and Bluetooth technology.  Contact me today for a quote.  Order your system now to be ready for DPS checks in September!
  1703.  
  1704.  
  1705.  
  1706. Mentalix BlueCheck.JPG
  1707.  
  1708.  
  1709.  
  1710. Thank you,
  1711.  
  1712. Juan M. Flores, Jr.
  1713.  
  1714. Regional Sales Manager
  1715.  
  1716.  
  1717.  
  1718. Mentalix, Inc.
  1719.  
  1720. (800) 636-8259 Ext. 125
  1721.  
  1722. (972) 423-9377 Ext. 125
  1723.  
  1724. JFlores@mentalix.com
  1725.  
  1726.  
  1727.  
  1728. To opt out of receiving future announcements, e-mail APayne@mentalix.com with subject line “PLEASE REMOVE.”  Please include your name in the message.  Mentalix does not sell or rent contact information to other parties and will honor all removal requests.
  1729.  
  1730.  
  1731.  
  1732. Mentalix, Inc.
  1733.  
  1734. 1255 W. 15th Street, Suite 370
  1735.  
  1736. Plano, Texas  75075
  1737.  
  1738. www.mentalix.com
  1739.  
  1740.  
  1741.  From:           Juan Flores [JFlores@mentalix.com]      Sent:           Thu 8/18/2011 2:00 PM
  1742.  To:     Bob Wieners
  1743.  Cc:     
  1744.  Subject:        DPS to accept mobile ID checks in September
  1745.  Attachments:  
  1746. View As Web Page
  1747.  
  1748. Mentalix has received word that the Texas Department of Public Safety will begin accepting rapid ID checks from mobile systems as early as September 1, 2011.  Mentalix’s FS Remote ID software supports wireless, single-finger, BlueCheck scanners for use in patrol cars, and starter packs are available for less than $10,000 – including installation and training.
  1749.  
  1750.  
  1751.  
  1752. Our FS Remote ID allows you to instantly check a subject’s identity and run an FBI RISC check on the road simply by scanning two fingers.  Officers no longer have to rely on potentially false ID cards or wait for fingerprint checks at the jail to verify identity and check a person’s criminal history.  Mentalix has already sold multiple FS Remote ID systems in Texas, to work with both Mentalix and other brands of live scan systems.  In addition, Mesquite Police Department is beta testing as a RISC site.
  1753.  
  1754.  
  1755.  
  1756. Currently, FS Remote ID will compare captured prints against your local live scan database – no matter which brand you have – and will enable FBI RISC checks.  FBI RISC (Repository of Individuals of Special Concern) checks will search FBI databases which include wanted persons, registered sex offenders, and known or suspected terrorists.  When Texas DPS begins accepting mobile ID checks in September, the Mentalix systems will also enable mobile searches of the Texas state AFIS.  No matter which live scan system you use in your jail, Mentalix can enable searches of your local live scan fingerprint database from the FS Remote ID unit.  For a small investment now, you can scale up the number of devices later when needed.
  1757.  
  1758.  
  1759.  
  1760. FS Remote ID improves safety by allowing your officers in the field to confirm identities immediately on-site, based on fingerprints.  The system works with in-car laptops and Bluetooth technology.  Contact me today for a quote.  Order your system now to be ready for DPS checks in September!
  1761.  
  1762.  
  1763.  
  1764. Mentalix BlueCheck.JPG
  1765.  
  1766.  
  1767.  
  1768. Thank you,
  1769.  
  1770. Juan M. Flores, Jr.
  1771.  
  1772. Regional Sales Manager
  1773.  
  1774.  
  1775.  
  1776. Mentalix, Inc.
  1777.  
  1778. (800) 636-8259 Ext. 125
  1779.  
  1780. (972) 423-9377 Ext. 125
  1781.  
  1782. JFlores@mentalix.com
  1783.  
  1784.  
  1785.  
  1786. To opt out of receiving future announcements, e-mail APayne@mentalix.com with subject line “PLEASE REMOVE.”  Please include your name in the message.  Mentalix does not sell or rent contact information to other parties and will honor all removal requests.
  1787.  
  1788.  
  1789.  
  1790. Mentalix, Inc.
  1791.  
  1792. 1255 W. 15th Street, Suite 370
  1793.  
  1794. Plano, Texas  75075
  1795.  
  1796. www.mentalix.com
  1797.  
  1798.  
  1799.  From:           Shari Burrows   Sent:           Wed 8/17/2011 11:30 AM
  1800.  To:     Josh Rogers
  1801.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Matthew Wise
  1802.  Subject:        RE: Search Warrant
  1803.  Attachments:  
  1804. View As Web Page
  1805.  
  1806. GREAT JOB ONCE AGAIN!!!
  1807.  
  1808.  
  1809.  
  1810. Shari Burrows
  1811.  
  1812. Friendswood Police Department
  1813.  
  1814. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  1815.  
  1816. 281-996-3340
  1817.  
  1818.  
  1819.  
  1820. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  1821.  
  1822.  
  1823.  
  1824.  
  1825.  
  1826.  
  1827.  
  1828.  
  1829.  
  1830. From: Josh Rogers
  1831. Sent: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 2:08 AM
  1832. To: Andrew C. Whittaker; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Chris Scofield; Fred W. Cramer; Doug Lauersdorf (dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Lisa Price (lprice@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Chief (bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Luke Loeser (lloeser@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Shari Burrows (sburrows@ci.friendswood.tx.us); PDRECORDS; KC Rodgers; FSU; Michael Hurley; Archie Mizell; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  1833. Subject: Search Warrant
  1834.  
  1835.  
  1836.  
  1837. On Wednesday 8/17/2011 FSU along with patrol executed a search warrant at 2701 W Bay Area Blvd #2612 (Bay Brook Village).  The search warrant was a result of targeted proactive enforcement that led to an arrest of an individual for a small amount of weed.
  1838.  
  1839.  
  1840.  
  1841. The search warrant yielded approximately 2 pounds of marijuana (See Photo)
  1842.  
  1843.  
  1844.  
  1845. One 9mm handgun (See Photo)
  1846.  
  1847.  
  1848.  
  1849. The arrest of Dayne Ryan Fought DOB 05/13/1989, Possession of Marijuana 4oz to 5 lbs, SJF, Harris County Charge, Bond Pending
  1850.  
  1851. Fought had an outstanding warrant from California for Possession of Marijuana
  1852.  
  1853. Fought is also is on probation for assault and criminal mischief
  1854.  
  1855.  
  1856.  
  1857. Marijuana has an estimated street value of $15,000.00
  1858.  
  1859.  
  1860.  
  1861. Second occupant released on scene but had outstanding Pasadena Class C Warrants
  1862.  
  1863.  
  1864.  
  1865. Special thanks to night shift officers: Sgt. Scofield, Officers Whittaker and Jeffcoat and to evening shift officer Cramer who was utilized for the targeted proactive enforcement.
  1866.  
  1867.  
  1868.  
  1869.  
  1870.  
  1871. Thanks Capt. Rogers
  1872.  
  1873.  
  1874.  
  1875.  From:           Doug Lauersdorf         Sent:           Wed 8/17/2011 9:13 AM
  1876.  To:     Michael Hurley; Luke Loeser; Bob Wieners
  1877.  Cc:     
  1878.  Subject:        Officer Kimball
  1879.  Attachments:  
  1880. View As Web Page
  1881. FYI!  I spoke with Detective Anderson with PPD on Monday.  She advised me that Officer Kimball did not make the final list.
  1882.  
  1883. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4GLTE smartphone
  1884.  
  1885.  
  1886.  
  1887.  
  1888.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Tue 8/16/2011 11:15 AM
  1889.  To:     thomas.samson@att.net
  1890.  Cc:     
  1891.  Subject:        Response: Suspicious Vehicle in Eagle Lakes Section I
  1892.  Attachments:  
  1893. View As Web Page
  1894.  
  1895. Mr. Samson,
  1896.  
  1897.  
  1898.  
  1899. The Friendswood Police Department is a 24 hour a day, 7 day per week operation.  Please call the police dispatcher on the non-emergency number 281-996-3300 the next time that you see this activity occurring.  In the meantime, your concerns have been forwarded to the Patrol Division Commander who will make sure that the police units assigned to your area have the information and can look for the vehicle.
  1900.  
  1901.  
  1902.  
  1903. You should always report suspicious activity to the police department at the time that it is occurring.  Do not wait hours, days, even weeks or months later.  You are the eyes and ears of the community and know best when something is suspicious or out of the norm for your neighborhood.  Report it, let us check it out and determine if there is any criminal activity occurring.
  1904.  
  1905.  
  1906.  
  1907. Officer Lisa Price
  1908.  
  1909. Friendswood Police Department
  1910.  
  1911. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  1912.  
  1913. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  1914.  
  1915. 281-996-3313
  1916.  
  1917. 281-482-9318 fax
  1918.  
  1919. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  1920.  
  1921.  
  1922.  
  1923.  
  1924.  
  1925. From: Tom Samson [mailto:thomas.samson@att.net]
  1926. Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2011 7:26 AM
  1927. To: fwdcity
  1928. Subject: Suspicious Vehicle in Eagle Lakes Section I
  1929.  
  1930.  
  1931.  
  1932. This message is for the Friendswood Police Department.
  1933.  
  1934.  
  1935.  
  1936. Over the past few months, usually very early in the morning, before daylight, a silver colored Toyota Corolla S Type will come speeding through our neighborhood.  I can see the car coming down Lakeside Lane from Eagle Lakes Drive, they take the first right on Lakeview Circle and then come down Woodstream Circle, running the stop sign and back on to Lakeside Lane.  They are going so fast (my guess is 40+ mph) that it is hard to see who is driving.  They apparently do not do this every day at the same time.  Besides them always running the stop sign, I am concerned that they are scoping out any parked vehicles for potential entry.  I am going to try and get a video of this using my Smart Phone video feature next time I see them coming.  I am only up at that hour to let our Silky Terrier do her business or I would never see this going on.
  1937.  
  1938.  
  1939.  
  1940. Here is a map of where I am talking about the vehicle’s route:
  1941.  
  1942.  
  1943.  
  1944. My House
  1945.  
  1946.  
  1947.  
  1948. I would appreciate at least a call regarding this matter.
  1949.  
  1950.  
  1951.  
  1952. Regards,
  1953.  
  1954.  
  1955.  
  1956. Tom Samson
  1957.  
  1958. 312 Woodstream Circle
  1959.  
  1960. Friendswood, TX  77546-5870
  1961.  
  1962. Home: 281-996-1321
  1963.  
  1964. Mobil:  281-221-1320
  1965.  
  1966. e-mail: thomas.samson@att.net
  1967.  
  1968.  
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  1971.  
  1972.  
  1973.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Tue 8/16/2011 9:15 AM
  1974.  To:     Bob Wieners
  1975.  Cc:     
  1976.  Subject:        FW: Lines of Succession
  1977.  Attachments:  
  1978. View As Web Page
  1979.  
  1980. Do you want your line of succession to be:  Chief, Deputy Chief, Patrol Captain, Admin Captain or do you have some other scenario in mind?  Also, you had a “training policy” meeting for 10 a.m., did you want to reschedule that meeting?
  1981.  
  1982.  
  1983.  
  1984. Officer Lisa Price
  1985.  
  1986. Friendswood Police Department
  1987.  
  1988. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  1989.  
  1990. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  1991.  
  1992. 281-996-3313
  1993.  
  1994. 281-482-9318 fax
  1995.  
  1996. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  1997.  
  1998. From: Tonya D. Hilton
  1999. Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 10:51 AM
  2000. To: Lisa Price
  2001. Subject: Lines of Succession
  2002.  
  2003.  
  2004.  
  2005. Lisa,
  2006.  
  2007.  
  2008.  
  2009. Our office is working on the Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) for the city. Please verify the 3 lines of succession for your department.
  2010.  
  2011.  
  2012.  
  2013. Key Directorate Position
  2014.        
  2015.  
  2016. Lines of Succession
  2017.  
  2018. Chief of Police
  2019.        
  2020.  
  2021. 1.                                          Deputy Chief of Police
  2022.  
  2023. 2.                                          Captain Operations
  2024.  
  2025. 3.                                          
  2026.  
  2027.  
  2028.  
  2029. Thanks,
  2030.  
  2031.  
  2032.  
  2033. Tonya Hilton
  2034.  
  2035. Assistant Fire Marshal
  2036.  
  2037. Friendswood Fire Marshal's Office and Office of Emergency Management
  2038.  
  2039. 281/996-3335
  2040.  
  2041. 281/996-3331
  2042.  
  2043. thilton@friendswood.com
  2044.  
  2045. "This e-mail contains the thoughts and opinions of Tonya Hilton and does not represent official City policy."
  2046.  
  2047.  
  2048.  
  2049.  
  2050.  From:           Jolly Ayrhart [jayrhart@fisdk12.net]    Sent:           Tue 8/16/2011 8:58 AM
  2051.  To:     Bob Wieners
  2052.  Cc:     
  2053.  Subject:        Keep it on the "dow low"
  2054.  Attachments:  
  2055. View As Web Page
  2056. and mark your calendar
  2057. August 25
  2058. 4 pm
  2059. at the FISD Administration Bldg
  2060. a "surprise" farewell reception for George Rodgers.
  2061.  
  2062. Trish would like to surprise him. Let's see if we can do it.
  2063. images.jpg
  2064.  
  2065.  
  2066.  From:           Luke Loeser     Sent:           Mon 8/15/2011 3:29 PM
  2067.  To:     Craig Baker
  2068.  Cc:     Bob Wieners
  2069.  Subject:        RE: Status Check
  2070.  Attachments:  
  2071. View As Web Page
  2072.  
  2073. It is my opinion that accepting this gift may result in a conflict of interest in that a political entity is paying for a trip (all be it educational) for a city employee.  As innocent as it is, it may create the appearance of  â€œspecial influence”.  I can not approve this request.
  2074.  
  2075.  
  2076.  
  2077. From: Craig Baker
  2078. Sent: Monday, August 15, 2011 2:30 PM
  2079. To: tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info
  2080. Subject: RE: Status Check
  2081.  
  2082.  
  2083.  
  2084. Tina,
  2085.  
  2086.  
  2087.  
  2088. The last time we spoke, FAA was going to cover the hotel and registration fees but you were not sure on the flight. Do you have any updates on that yet?
  2089.  
  2090.  
  2091.  
  2092. I will be putting in another call today to Gulf Coast to see if they have found out a price yet, but I am also working on setting up another vendor that we can order the vaccinations from for almost half price of Gulf Coast. In addition to this new vender, I am still working on getting Webster setup too.
  2093.  
  2094.  
  2095.  
  2096. Thank you,
  2097.  
  2098.  
  2099.  
  2100. Craig
  2101.  
  2102.  
  2103.  
  2104. From: tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info [mailto:tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info]
  2105. Sent: Monday, August 15, 2011 1:31 PM
  2106. To: Craig Baker
  2107. Subject: Status Check
  2108.  
  2109.  
  2110.  
  2111. Craig,
  2112.  
  2113.  
  2114.  
  2115. I'm am finalizing flight plans for the October No More Homeless Pet Conference. What is the status on Lisa's participation?
  2116.  
  2117.  
  2118.  
  2119. I'm also following up on the cat vaccines. I know that Jarrod has been on vacation and the information was not attainable. When do you expect to have the information so the order can be placed?
  2120.  
  2121.  
  2122.  
  2123. Thanks for your help!
  2124.  
  2125.  
  2126.  
  2127. Regards,
  2128.  
  2129. Tina Wood
  2130.  
  2131. President
  2132.  
  2133.  
  2134.  
  2135.  
  2136. From:    Lisa Price      Sent:           Mon 8/15/2011 2:49 PM
  2137.  To:     
  2138.  Cc:     
  2139.  Subject:        Friendswood Weekly Activity Report, August 8-14, 2011
  2140.  Attachments:  
  2141. View As Web Page
  2142.  
  2143. Friendswood Weekly Activity Report, August 8-14, 2011
  2144.  
  2145.  
  2146.  
  2147. BURGLARY
  2148.  
  2149.  
  2150.  
  2151. Aug. 8 (8:46 p.m.) A vehicle was burglarized while parked at Stevenson Park, 1100 S. Friendswood Drive.  The victim’s purse was taken from the rear floorboard after the suspect smashed a rear window to gain entry to the SUV. The burglary occurred sometime after 8:00 p.m.
  2152.  
  2153.  
  2154.  
  2155. Aug. 12 (5:51 p.m.) Jewelry and cash were taken during a residential burglary in the 1500 block of Briar Bend.  The homeowner discovered a deadbolt unlocked at his front door and had some concerns but didn’t check to see if anything was missing.  Later, he discovered that items had been taken from the bedroom. The homeowner believes the burglary may have occurred between noon and 1:30 p.m.
  2156.  
  2157.  
  2158.  
  2159. Aug. 13 (4:04 p.m.) A vehicle parked near the pavilion at Stevenson Park was burglarized.  The vehicle's owner was attending a party and arrived around 2:00 p.m. and made frequent visits to her vehicle to retrieve items. Just after 4:00 p.m., she discovered the front passenger side window was smashed and her purse had been stolen. The victim immediately called her credit card companies but found that the suspects had already used the cards.  Later, a witness advised that she had seen three suspicious men near the victim's vehicle. The witness described the suspects as three black males driving a 4-door dark colored passenger car that was backed into the parking space next to the victim's car. She also advised that one of the men wore a pair of red basketball shorts and a white sleeveless shirt.  The witness was able to positively identify Tommie Morrison, Jr. as the suspect she saw in Stevenson Park.  Police arrested Morrison and two other men around 8:00 p.m. after a vehicle burglary in Centennial Park.
  2160.  
  2161.  
  2162.  
  2163. Aug. 13 (8:02 p.m.) Three Houston men are now in jail following two car burglaries – one at Friendswood’s Stevenson Park, the other at Centennial Park.  Mid-afternoon Saturday, a vehicle was burglarized and a witness provided a description of the suspects and suspect vehicle.  Later, around 8:00 p.m., police were called to another car burglary, but this time is was in Centennial Park, near the new Friendswood Junior High School, and a witness provided a similar description of the suspects, silver Pontiac Grand Prix suspect vehicle and the license plate number. The suspect vehicle was spotted in the 3700 block of FM 528. A brief police chase ended at the intersection of FM 528 and W. Bay Area Blvd.  Three suspects, Tommie James Morrison, Jr., 41, Vincent Earl Howard, 36, and Michael Tremayne Smith, 26, were arrested and later charged with Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity. The purse stolen during the Centennial Park burglary was found inside the suspects' vehicle.  FM 528 and W. Bay Area Blvd had heavy traffic and an immediate termination of the pursuit using an immobilization technique halted and safely ended the car chase. A Friendswood police unit sustained minor damage when it engaged the suspect vehicle. Morrison is a repeat felony offender who is on parole; his prior criminal record includes robbery, aggravated robbery, burglary, theft, fraud, drugs and resisting officers. His bond is set at $20,000. Howard is a repeat felony offender who is on parole; his prior criminal record includes robbery, counterfeiting, drugs, and weapons charges. His bond is set at $60,000. Smith is a repeat felony drug offender who is on parole.  Smith, who is also charged with Evading Arrest or Detention in a Motor vehicle, has a $120,000 bond.
  2164.  
  2165.  
  2166.  
  2167. THEFT
  2168.  
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  2170.  
  2171. Aug. 8 (3:11 p.m.) A Rolex watch was reported stolen by a resident of the 800 block of West Lake Circle.  The watch was discovered missing in late July but the resident told police that she attempted to find it before reporting it stolen.
  2172.  
  2173.  
  2174.  
  2175. Aug. 9 (2:09 p.m.) A large amount of electrical wire was reported stolen from a home under construction in the 2300 block of Opal Springs in the West Ranch subdivision.  The theft occurred sometime during the previous weekend.
  2176.  
  2177.  
  2178.  
  2179. Aug. 13 (3:28 p.m.) The owner of a landscaping business reported a leaf blower stolen from behind his landscaping trailer.  The theft occurred in the 900 block of Merriman between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. while the landscaper was working in the backyard of a home. No suspects are listed.
  2180.  
  2181.  
  2182.  
  2183. FRAUD
  2184.  
  2185.  
  2186.  
  2187. Aug. 8 (3:40 p.m.) A Friendswood resident reported that more than $2,000 worth of forged checks were written on her credit union checking account. The fraudulent checks contained many differences in the bank and account holder information that were not consistent with the victim’s information.  Seven checks passed in the Houston area.
  2188.  
  2189.  
  2190.  
  2191. Aug. 8 (4:30 p.m.) A Friendswood resident reported being contacted by an unknown person via email who later sent him two checks for a total amount of $3778.  When the resident took the checks to the bank, he learned they were fraudulent.
  2192.  
  2193.  
  2194.  
  2195. Aug. 11 (11:26 a.m.) An ex-wife is accused of opening a credit account in under her former husband's name, using his identifying information and making purchases with the new account, all without his permission. The case is under investigation
  2196.  
  2197.  
  2198.  
  2199. Aug. 12 (6:33 p.m.) An unauthorized charge on a debit card was reported to police when the card's owner tried to use the card but had the charges rejected for lack of funds. She then discovered that an ATM withdrawal for almost $2,000 was made in Great Britain.
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  2201.  
  2202.  
  2203. CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
  2204.  
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  2206.  
  2207. Aug. 13 (3:50 p.m.) A tire was slashed on a vehicle parked in the 16800 block of Forest Bend Avenue. One of the residents reported hearing something peculiar around 11:00 p.m. but did not get up to investigate.
  2208.  
  2209.  
  2210.  
  2211. ASSAULT
  2212.  
  2213.  
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  2215. Aug. 10 (8:50 p.m.) Justin Harold Russo, 28, of Friendswood, was charged with Assault by Contact – Family Violence.  Russo shoved his wife during an argument outside their home in the 16800 block of Forest Bend.
  2216.  
  2217.  
  2218.  
  2219. Aug. 12 (9:20 p.m.) Lawrence Tracy Lyons, 40, of Friendswood, was charged with Assault by Contact-Family Violence. Officers responded to a family disturbance at the Bridgestone Apartments located at 4949 FM 2351. When officers entered the apartment, they found the television had been knocked over.  Lyons is accused of spitting in the face of his common-law wife.
  2220.  
  2221.  
  2222.  
  2223. Aug. 13 (7:58 p.m.) A 16-year old juvenile was charged with Assault Causing Bodily Injury-Family Violence.  The incident occurred in the 200 block of Brigadoon when the 16-year old attempted to jump from a moving vehicle and then reached over and punched her family member in the face about 10 times. The juvenile was upset because her cell phone was taken away from her as a form of punishment.  When police arrived, the family member had a bloody nose, busted lip, and scratches on her face and neck.
  2224.  
  2225.  
  2226.  
  2227. Aug. 14 (3:53 p.m.) Laura Michelle Rhodes, 18, of Friendswood, was charged with Assault by Contact-Family Violence. Officers were dispatched to the 16700 block of Townes Red for a disturbance. Rhodes was caught in the act of breaking into her mother's locked jewelry box to access her mother's prescription medications. Rhodes is accused of scratching her mother's arms during the course of the argument. Rhodes also had three outstanding warrants.
  2228.  
  2229.  
  2230.  
  2231. DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED
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  2234.  
  2235. Aug 9 (2:47 a.m.) Britany Nicole Delahoussaye, 23, of League City, was charged with DWI.  Delahoussaye was observed driving in the 1800 block of FM 528 with a flat tire and unable to maintain a single traffic lane.  She was unable to complete a field sobriety test and consented to a blood test.
  2236.  
  2237.  
  2238.  
  2239. Aug. 10 (2:56 a.m.) Annabel Flores Gonzales, 36, of Friendswood, was charged with DWI and Failure to Identify.  Gonzales was unable to drive in a single marked lane in the 700 block of W. Edgewood and was stopped in the 1900 block of County Road 129.  During the stop, Gonzales provided officers with an identification card belonging to her sister.  She failed a field sobriety test and registered .128 on a breath test.  During booking, officers found a Texas Security Commission card belonging to Gonzales.  That is when she admitted to providing her sister’s information to the officers.
  2240.  
  2241.  
  2242.  
  2243. Aug. 9 (2:59 a.m.) Crystal Michelle Langer, 21, of Friendswood, was charged with DWI.  Langer was observed driving erratically in the 2100 block of S. Friendswood.  She was stopped in the 2300 block of Playa Dr.  She failed a field sobriety test and refused a breath test.
  2244.  
  2245.  
  2246.  
  2247. Aug. 13 (2:35 a.m.) Matthew Alan Fiehn, 18, of Friendswood, was charged with Driving Under the Influence-Minor. Fiehn was stopped for speeding in the 300 block of E. Parkwood Avenue. The officer could smell alcohol on Fiehn's breath and asked him to get out of the vehicle. During a search, the officer found an open beer and an open bottle of Vodka.
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  2249.  
  2250.  
  2251. Aug. 14 (2:07 a.m.) Bryant McNeal Benjamin, 28, of Baytown, was charged with DWI. Benjamin was stopped for speeding in the 700 block of W. Parkwood. When Benjamin was asked for his driver's license, he told the officer that his license was suspended for tickets he had received. During the contact, the officer noted the smell of alcohol coming from inside the car. Benjamin failed a field sobriety test and registered .174 on a breath test.
  2252.  
  2253.  
  2254.  
  2255. Aug. 14 (2:29 a.m.) Felicia Nicole Martinez, 24, of Alvin, was charged with DWI.  Martinez was observed swerving into oncoming traffic in the 300 block of E. Parkwood. When the officer contacted Martinez, he immediately noted the strong smell of alcohol. Martinez failed a field sobriety test and refused a breath test. Martinez has a conviction for DWI from January 2009.
  2256.  
  2257.  
  2258.  
  2259. NARCOTICS
  2260.  
  2261.  
  2262.  
  2263. Aug. 11 (12:54 a.m.) Jarrett Scott Appel, 21, of Friendswood, was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  Appel was stopped for a traffic violation in the 600 block of N. Friendswood Drive.  During the stop, he admitted to being in possession of a marijuana pipe.
  2264.  
  2265.  
  2266.  
  2267. Aug. 9 (2:43 a.m.) Scot Alan Hochard, 48, of Oviedo, FL, was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Hochard was found sleeping in his vehicle in a parking lot in the 3300 block of FM 528.  While checking his welfare, officers found Hochard in possession of a half gram of heroin.
  2268.  
  2269.  
  2270.  
  2271. Aug. 9 (5:48 p.m.) Tanner Trae Plante, 18, of Friendswood, was charged with Possession of Marijuana.  Plante was stopped for a traffic violation in the 1400 block of FM 528.  Officers noticed a strong smell of burned marijuana during the contact with Plante.  During a search, officers found a bag of hydroponic marijuana.
  2272.  
  2273.  
  2274.  
  2275. Aug. 11 (9:04 p.m.) Craig Sergio Charles, 20, of Pearland, was charged with Possession of Marijuana.  Charles was stopped for running a stop sign in the 17100 block of Townes Road. Charles told the officer that he had lost his driver's license. So, the officer checked his identifiers and found that he had outstanding warrants in Harris County. Charles told the officer that he knew about the warrant and admitted to having "a little" marijuana in the car.  The officer recovered .28 ounces of marijuana.
  2276.  
  2277.  
  2278.  
  2279. Aug. 12 (12:53 a.m.) Richard Allan Dare, 51, of Dickinson, was charged with Possession of Marijuana and Possession of a Dangerous Drug.  Dare was stopped in the 3200 block of FM 528 and immediately greeted the officer outside of his vehicle.  The officer was conducting routine checks of the driver and noticed him "making the sign of the cross," which was odd behavior. Dare was asked and provided consent to search his vehicle.  The officer found a tin can containing marijuana and the prescription medication Invega in a prescription bottle with someone else's name on it.
  2280.  
  2281.  
  2282.  
  2283. Aug. 13 (10:47 p.m.) William Hunter Coyle, 20, of Friendswood, was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  He was stopped in the 500 block of Mary Ann Drive while riding a bicycle without required lighting. Coyle had a scale in his pocket and told officers it was used for marijuana.  Marijuana residue was found on the scale.
  2284.  
  2285.  
  2286.  
  2287. Aug. 13 (12:51 a.m.) Mark Steven Fleckenstein, Jr., 25, of Pearland, was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 2. Fleckenstein ran a stop sign and was stopped in the 17000 block of Blackhawk Blvd. The officer noted the strong smell of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle and as he got closer noticed marijuana residue throughout the vehicle's interior. Fleckenstein had a baggie of marijuana in his pants pocket along with several Adderall pills wrapped in a tissue.
  2288.  
  2289.  
  2290.  
  2291. Aug. 14 (7:05 p.m.) James Russell Robison, 46, of Needville, was charged with Possession of Marijuana. Robison was pulling a utility trailer that did not have brake lights or registration.  Once he was pulled over, Robison got out of his van in a rage and began yelling and cursing at the police officer. The officer frisked Robison for weapons, but instead found 11 unidentified pills, believed to be MDMA, and a baggie of marijuana. A search of Robison's van turned up a marijuana bong.
  2292.  
  2293.  
  2294.  
  2295. Aug. 14 (8:15 p.m.) Carlton Ray Henry, 26, of Pearland, was charged with Possession of Marijuana and Failure to Identify.  Michael Christopher Edgar, Jr., 24, of Webster, was charged with Possession of Marijuana.  Henry was stopped for an expired registration in the 1100 block of S. Friendswood Drive. When the officer approached the driver, he observed, in plain view, marijuana residue on the driver and passenger's clothing. Edgar was initially holding a bottle of Bud Ice and identified himself with a Texas ID card.  The driver, however, did not have a license and at first told the officer that his name was Carlton Clark and that his date of birth was 11/23/84.  The dispatcher checked Carlton Clark through the Louisiana database and provided descriptors of Carlton Clark that were inconsistent with the man who the officer had stopped.  The driver then told the officer his true name and said that he "forgot" to say that he had recently changed his name. The officer searched the car and found a baggie of marijuana.
  2296.  
  2297.  
  2298.  
  2299. WEAPONS
  2300.  
  2301.  
  2302.  
  2303. Aug. 12 (12:18 a.m.) Paul Matthew Navarro, 18, of Friendswood, was charged with Possession of a Prohibited Weapon.  Navarro was stopped in the 4700 block of FM 2351. After the officer explained the reason for the stop, he then spoke with the passenger.  While doing so, he noted marijuana residue on the passenger's shirt. The officer then searched the vehicle and found marijuana residue throughout the interior of the vehicle.  He also found a set of silver-colored metal knuckles.
  2304.  
  2305.  
  2306.  
  2307. PUBLIC INTOXICATION
  2308.  
  2309.  
  2310.  
  2311. Aug. 11 (2:53 a.m.) Matthew Ashley Walker, 27, of Kemah, was charged with Public Intoxication.  Walker flagged down an officer in the 3000 block of FM 528.  Walker displayed several signs of intoxication.  He asked the officer if he could go to jail for the night.  The officer granted his request.
  2312.  
  2313.  
  2314.  
  2315. Aug. 9 (3:11 a.m.) Hailey Nicole Tyrrell, 18, of Friendswood, was charged with Public Intoxication.  Tyrrell attempted to enter the closed HEB store at 701 W. Parkwood.  Tyrrell displayed several obvious signs of intoxication.
  2316.  
  2317.  
  2318.  
  2319. Aug. 13 (12:51 a.m.) Edward Joseph Bue, 21, of Houston, and Joshua David Keating, 18, of Friendswood, were charged with Public Intoxication in the 3200 block of FM 528.  Bue and Keating were observed stumbling across FM 528 between traffic.  Keating tripped at the curb, got up, and ran through the sprinklers yelling with his hands in the air. Bue then fell face down, got up and vomited on his sober friend. Keating and Bue could not provide the officer with their address and posed a danger to themselves and others.
  2320.  
  2321.  
  2322.  
  2323. TRAFFIC
  2324.  
  2325.  
  2326.  
  2327. Aug. 8 (11:21 p.m.) Wendy Monika Sheppard, 31, of Alvin, was charged with Driving While License Invalid.  Sheppard was stopped for a traffic violation in the 900 block of W. Parkwood.  During the stop, it was learned that Sheppard’s license was suspended in 2007.  She also had outstanding warrants in Hitchcock.
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  2329.  
  2330.  
  2331. Aug. 9 (3:00 p.m.) A hit and run collision occurred in the 1800 block of FM 528.  A witness was able to write down the license plate information for the fleeing vehicle.  Officers located the driver of the fleeing vehicle at his place of employment later the same day.  The investigation resulted in a citation for an unsafe lane change issued to Juan Carlos Patino. The second driver in the collision did not wish to pursue further charges against Patino-Gomez.
  2332.  
  2333.  
  2334.  
  2335. Aug. 14 (1:21 a.m.) William Travis Hayley, 21, of Webster, was charged with Fail to Give Information-Unattended Vehicle.  Hayley struck a parked vehicle in the 16300 block of Townes Road and drove away. The vehicle's owner heard a loud bang and went outside to investigate.  She saw Hayley standing next to his vehicle and asked him if he was okay.  Hayley reportedly mumbled something back then jumped in his car and left dragging his front bumper until it finally fell off. An officer was able to contact Hayley by phone.  He told the officer that he wanted to get his vehicle to a shop because it was leaking fluid and could not afford a tow truck. The officer then met Hayley at his place of employment and took him into custody.
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  2337.  
  2338.  
  2339. TIP OF THE WEEK
  2340.  
  2341.  
  2342.  
  2343. See It, Hear It, Report It
  2344.  
  2345.  
  2346.  
  2347. The Friendswood Police Department encourages citizens to report suspicious activity. Suspicious activity can be any person, act, event, vehicle or situation that appears questionable. Trust your instincts! If it “just doesn’t seem right” to you, that is when you should call the police department.
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  2349.  
  2350.  
  2351. “See it” – If you see suspicious activity, report it. The police department relies on early and accurate information from citizens in reporting suspicious activity. You and your neighbors can be the first to spot a burglar in or around a home, or a strange car in a driveway.
  2352.  
  2353.  
  2354.  
  2355.  â€œHear it” – Listen for suspicious activity. Prowlers or suspicious vehicles can cause unusual sounds or barking dogs. Everyone should get in the habit of looking outside their windows, especially if the noises wake you at night.
  2356.  
  2357.  
  2358.  
  2359.  â€œReport it” – Remember, you are the eyes and ears of the community.  Report suspicious activity immediately. Anything that seems slightly out of place or “doesn’t look right” could be criminal activity. When calling, be sure to report the reason for your call and the location of the activity.
  2360.  
  2361.  
  2362.  
  2363. We all need to stay alert to suspicious persons, vehicles and activities. If you see something suspicious, report it immediately. Get as many details about the vehicle (esp. tag numbers) as you can and a direction of travel. Criminals prosper when citizens are afraid to get involved.
  2364.  
  2365.  
  2366.  
  2367. Don’t be afraid to pick up the phone. Just this week, witnesses provided timely and accurate information about burglary suspects.  The information led to three arrests and the return of stolen property to the victim. Don’t be like our Forest Bend resident, who heard a noise but did not investigate.  If you hear a suspicious noise at night, get out of bed and look outside.  Someone may be breaking into your vehicle.
  2368.  
  2369.  
  2370.  
  2371. Friendswood Police Non-Emergency number: (281) 996-3300
  2372.  
  2373. Crimes in Progress (Burglaries, Thefts, Assaults, etc): dial 911
  2374.  
  2375.  
  2376.  
  2377.  
  2378.  
  2379. Officer Lisa Price
  2380.  
  2381. Friendswood Police Department
  2382.  
  2383. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  2384.  
  2385. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  2386.  
  2387. 281-996-3313
  2388.  
  2389. 281-482-9318 fax
  2390.  
  2391. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  2392.  
  2393.  
  2394.  
  2395.  
  2396.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Mon 8/15/2011 11:33 AM
  2397.  To:     Archie Mizell; Bob Wieners; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Erik James. Reyna; Josh Rogers; Luke Loeser; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins; Shari Burrows
  2398.  Cc:     
  2399.  Subject:        SCN_20110815112739_001.pdf
  2400.  Attachments:    SCN_20110815112739_001.pdf(1MB)
  2401. View As Web Page
  2402. Attached is a letter from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) regarding 48 hour alien detainers.
  2403.  
  2404. Officer Lisa Price
  2405. Friendswood Police Department
  2406. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  2407. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  2408. 281-996-3313
  2409. 281-482-9318 fax
  2410. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  2411.  
  2412.  
  2413.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Mon 8/15/2011 10:57 AM
  2414.  To:     Bob Wieners
  2415.  Cc:     
  2416.  Subject:        Phone Message
  2417.  Attachments:  
  2418. View As Web Page
  2419.  
  2420. Chief Loeser asked that you call Judge Woltz.  Judge Woltz is looking for support (against) the realignment of JP districts and is seeking someone to speak at the commissioners court meeting.  Chief Loeser said that he is unavailable to do it this evening. I explained that you had a council meeting tonight but Chief Loeser asked that you call and talked to Judge Woltz regardless.
  2421.  
  2422.  
  2423.  
  2424. Officer Lisa Price
  2425.  
  2426. Friendswood Police Department
  2427.  
  2428. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  2429.  
  2430. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  2431.  
  2432. 281-996-3313
  2433.  
  2434. 281-482-9318 fax
  2435.  
  2436. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  2437.  
  2438.  
  2439.  
  2440.  
  2441.  From:           AlvinSecOff@aol.com [AlvinSecOff@aol.com]       Sent:           Sun 8/14/2011 12:52 AM
  2442.  To:     AlvinSecOff@aol.com
  2443.  Cc:     
  2444.  Subject:        G23 GEN II .357SIG
  2445.  Attachments:  
  2446. View As Web Page
  2447. GUYS,
  2448.    USED G23 GEN II PROJECT GUN.
  2449.  
  2450.    REPLACED PARTS WITH: EXTENDED SLIDE LOCK, EXTENDED SLIDE RELEASE, LCI EXTRACTOR, SPRING LOADED BEARING FOR LCI EXTRACTOR, NEW RECOIL SPRING, EXTENDED MAGAZINE CATCH, ULTIMATE TRIGGER STOP (FOR OVERTRAVEL ADJUSTMENT), G32  .357SIG EXTENDED 2-PORT BARREL, BLACKED AND BLIND MARKED, TAYLOR FREELANCE SEATTLE SLUG BRASS 3OZ COUNTERWEIGHT/MAGAZINE FUNNEL, BLACKENED, GHOST CONNECTOR 3.5LB, WOLFF 6LB. TRIGGER SPRING. WOLFF 4LB. STRIKER SPRING, WARREN TACTICAL NIGHT SIGHTS; GREEN FRONT, AMBER/YELLOW REAR, GRIP SLEEVE; WALMART 26" UNIVERSAL FIT 1.75--2.125 BICYCLE INNER TUBE.
  2451.  
  2452.    I'LL TRY TO PUT A FEW ROUNDS DOWNRANGE AFTER I GET OFF DUTY TOMORROW, AND REPORT BACK.
  2453.    
  2454.    
  2455.     From:        Michael Hurley          Sent:           Sat 8/13/2011 9:26 PM
  2456.  To:     Doug Lauersdorf
  2457.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Lisa Price (lwev@ci.friendswood.tx.us)
  2458.  Subject:        Stats
  2459.  Attachments:  
  2460. View As Web Page
  2461.  
  2462. I understand that you generated an email to the patrol supervisors in regards to setting specific numbers for officers to attain instead of using a monthly average for each shift. This will NOT happen. We have used the monthly average for several years and I understand that it has been some time since you have been assigned to patrol. There have been several changes in patrol as concurred by Chief Wieners and Chief Loeser. By assigning numbers to officers for arrests, traffic tickets and/or DWIs, you subject the command staff to civil and criminal penalties and it will not be allowed. An officer may be high in DWI arrests and low in traffic citations. We must take that into consideration as DWI arrests take longer.
  2463.  
  2464.  
  2465.  
  2466. In the future, DO NOT send out any emails to patrol personnel that involve policies, procedures or directives without first consulting with me. I am the official spokesman for the patrol division. Any email that you send out that pertains to the policies, procedures or directives that regard the patrol division will also be sent to Chief Loeser and myself.  meh
  2467.  
  2468.  
  2469.  From:           Deirdre Brown   Sent:           Sat 8/13/2011 3:29 PM
  2470.  To:     Bob Wieners
  2471.  Cc:     
  2472.  Subject:        RE: Friendswood Oaks
  2473.  Attachments:  
  2474. View As Web Page
  2475. Apparently near Prince George @ Queensburg or @ Duke with several cars and machine guns. It could have been Thursday.  Neighbors are asking. What was there on Thursday?  Apparently, they were afraid because police had shot guns/rifles?
  2476.  
  2477. Best Regards --
  2478.  
  2479. Deirdre Carey Brown
  2480. City Councilmember Position No. 6
  2481. 832-367-5722 (cell)
  2482. 713-615-8507 (work)
  2483. dbrown@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  2484.  
  2485. This e-mail contains thoughts and opinions of Deirdre Carey Brown and does not represent official city policy or an official decision or view of Friendswood City Council.  Nothing herein is a directive or orders to staff, City officers, the public or any other party although there may be requests for information, suggested actions and other inquiries. Any response to this e-mail is at the sole discretion of the recipient.  Nothing herein is confidential and communications with councilmembers are subject to the open records laws, with the exception of any correspondence that would be deemed confidential under other applicable law.
  2486.  
  2487.  
  2488. From: Bob Wieners
  2489. Sent:
  2490. To: Deirdre Brown
  2491. Subject: Re: Friendswood Oaks
  2492.  
  2493.  
  2494. About what time? We had an alarm down the street on Thurs... I was there for that.
  2495.  
  2496. Sent from my HTC smartphone on Sprint!
  2497.  
  2498. ----- Reply message -----
  2499. From: "Deirdre Brown" <dbrown@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  2500. To: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  2501. Subject: Friendswood Oaks
  2502. Date: Sat, Aug 13, 2011 15:18
  2503.  
  2504.  
  2505. What happened over here yesterday?
  2506.  
  2507. Best Regards --
  2508.  
  2509. Deirdre Carey Brown
  2510. City Councilmember Position No. 6
  2511. 832-367-5722 (cell)
  2512. 713-615-8507 (work)
  2513. dbrown@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  2514.  
  2515. This e-mail contains thoughts and opinions of Deirdre Carey Brown and does not represent official city policy or an official decision or view of Friendswood City Council.  Nothing herein is a directive or orders to staff, City officers, the public or any other party although there may be requests for information, suggested actions and other inquiries. Any response to this e-mail is at the sole discretion of the recipient.  Nothing herein is confidential and communications with councilmembers are subject to the open records laws, with the exception of any correspondence that would be deemed confidential under other applicable law.
  2516.  
  2517.  
  2518.  
  2519.  
  2520.  
  2521.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Fri 8/12/2011 4:20 PM
  2522.  To:     Bob Wieners; Cindy Edge; Frank Manigold; James Toney; Karen Capps; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager
  2523.  Cc:     
  2524.  Subject:        budget
  2525.  Attachments:  
  2526. View As Web Page
  2527.  
  2528. I appreciate the previous and ongoing work you all have done to try to bring solutions to Council’s request for funding merits and streets.  Cindy has briefed me and we are approaching $350,000 in additional revenue and reductions to operating budgets.  In addition to the $84k that is unappropriated, additional  revenue for telecom sales tax ($65,000) and building fees ($40,000) was added.  Cuts include $3,000 from M&CC Special Events, $65,000 from M&CC Contract Services and $3,000 from CDD Dickinson/CC Watershed.  In addition M&CC have mentioned cutting their Travel & Training, but nothing has been suggested at this point.  All of these obviously require Council approval.  From department operating budgets we have $2,309 in budget corrections; $12,000 – CSO Contract Services; $6,460 – CMO/ED Contract  Services; $50,000 – Fuel FAW; and some amount from the PD (either salary savings &/or extended maintenance agreement DP ($8,600).
  2529.  
  2530.  
  2531.  
  2532. Please take another look and let Cindy and me know if you have any other efficiencies you have identified that could result in additional cuts.
  2533.  
  2534.  
  2535.  
  2536. Thanks again for your work!
  2537.  
  2538.  
  2539. Roger
  2540.  
  2541.  
  2542.  
  2543. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  2544.  
  2545. City Manager
  2546.  
  2547. City of Friendswood
  2548.  
  2549. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  2550.  
  2551. Friendswood, TX 77546
  2552.  
  2553. Office (281) 996-3250
  2554.  
  2555. Cell (281) 635-3074
  2556.  
  2557. Fax (281) 482-3722
  2558.  
  2559. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  2560.  
  2561.  
  2562.  
  2563. This communication is for informational purposes only. To avoid potential violations of the Open Meetings Act, any reply to this email by a member of the City Council should be to the sender only.  Any response or other deliberation among members of the City Council should take place only during a duly posted and noticed meeting of the City Council.
  2564.  
  2565.  
  2566.  
  2567.  From:           Michael Hurley          Sent:           Fri 8/12/2011 1:09 PM
  2568.  To:     Doug Lauersdorf
  2569.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Josh Rogers; Bill Bender
  2570.  Subject:        RE: Pay Question
  2571.  Attachments:  
  2572. View As Web Page
  2573.  
  2574. It has always been the city’s and the PD’s policy of awarding the 5% pay raise to the promoted person and not awarding the merit raise if the promotion occurred during the merit cycle. Your new evaluation period now begins on the date that you were promoted. During these difficult financial times it is even more important that the city and the PD keep with their past policy of only awarding the 5% pay raise. meh
  2575.  
  2576.  
  2577.  
  2578. From: Doug Lauersdorf
  2579. Sent: Friday, August 12, 2011 11:22 AM
  2580. To: Michael Hurley
  2581. Cc: Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Josh Rogers; Bill Bender
  2582. Subject: Pay Question
  2583.  
  2584.  
  2585.  
  2586. Captain Hurley,
  2587.  
  2588.  
  2589.  
  2590. I have a question for you.  Prior to my promotion I was scheduled for an annual review in October.  It is my understanding that my new annual review date will be changed to the date I was promoted.  Since I will not receive an annual review in October I will not receive the usual merit raise.  I did receive  a 5% increase in my salary for the promotion for which I am very thankful and grateful so please do not take offense to my next question. Really, I am not greedy.   I know we in hard times so I only ask this question for clarification and to make sure that this was considered.  Could you please review the policy on pay compensation?  The City policy in reference to promotion pay allows for a 5% increase in pay plus it allows for a further increase in pay to account for the number of months that has elapsed since the last merit increase which is prorated.  The following is an excerpt from the City policy on compensation:
  2591.  
  2592. “ Employees promoted to a new position may receive a promotional increase equal to 5% per salary grade plus a prorated merit increase based on the number of months since the last salary increase. The maximum promotional increase is 20% unless the minimum of the promoted grade is greater than 20% then the employee will be placed at the minimum of the assigned grade.”
  2593.  
  2594.  
  2595.  
  2596. Please allow me to reiterate the fact that I am very thankful for what I have received and the promotion itself and the rights,  privileges and responsibilities are far more important than the monetary compensation, so I am only asking for a review and clarification.   Thanks in advance!
  2597.  
  2598.  
  2599.  
  2600. Sincerely,
  2601.  
  2602.  
  2603.  
  2604.  
  2605.  
  2606. Lieutenant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  2607.  
  2608. Assistant Commander of Patrol Division
  2609.  
  2610. Friendswood Police Department
  2611.  
  2612. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  2613.  
  2614. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  2615.  
  2616. Office # 281-996-3371
  2617.  
  2618. Fax # 281-482-9318
  2619.  
  2620. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  2621.  
  2622.  
  2623.  
  2624.  
  2625.  
  2626.  From:           DPS Training [DPSTraining@dps.texas.gov]        Sent:           Wed 8/10/2011 12:22 PM
  2627.  To:     DPS Training
  2628.  Cc:     
  2629.  Subject:        TX DPS/TPA "State & Federal law Update, #3181", August 24, 2011-pd
  2630.  Attachments:    State & Fed Law Update 3181 Aug 2011.pdf(217KB)  HOTELS IN THE AREA updated 082310.pdf(145KB)  DPS - TPA Registration Form.doc(183KB)
  2631. View As Web Page
  2632.  
  2633. Dear Law Enforcement Agency,
  2634.  
  2635.  
  2636.  
  2637. The TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY and the TEXAS POLICE ASSOCIATION are presenting “State & Federal Law Update ~ # 3181”, August 24, 2011, from 8:30am to 10:30am. This is required for all Peace Officers by August 31, 2011 to be compliant with TCLEOSE.
  2638.  
  2639. Please see attached PDF flyer for more information.
  2640.  
  2641. <<State & Fed Law Update 3181 Aug 2011.pdf>>
  2642.  
  2643. A registration form and hotel list are attached for your convenience.
  2644.  
  2645. <<HOTELS IN THE AREA updated 082310.pdf>> <<DPS - TPA Registration Form.doc>>
  2646.  
  2647. Thank you,
  2648.  
  2649. Texas Department of Public Safety
  2650.  
  2651. Law Enforcement Education Training
  2652. 5805 N. Lamar Blvd
  2653. Austin, Texas 78752-0252
  2654.  
  2655. (512) 424-7214
  2656.  
  2657. (512) 424-5734 Fax
  2658.  
  2659. DPSTraining@dps.texas.gov   ***please make note of new email address***
  2660.  
  2661.  
  2662.  
  2663.  From:           Michael Hurley          Sent:           Wed 8/10/2011 8:53 AM
  2664.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  2665.  Cc:     
  2666.  Subject:        FW: Kimball ACL Injury
  2667.  Attachments:    DrOrders.pdf(836KB)
  2668. View As Web Page
  2669.  
  2670.  
  2671.  
  2672.  
  2673.  
  2674. From: Michael Cordero
  2675. Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 6:30 PM
  2676. To: Michael Hurley; Doug Lauersdorf
  2677. Cc: Michael L. Scambray; Erik James. Reyna; Archie Mizell; Chris Scofield; Norman Stuart; Bill Bender; Michael Cordero; Archie Mizell
  2678. Subject: FW: Kimball ACL Injury
  2679.  
  2680.  
  2681.  
  2682. Officer Kimball approached Cpl Mizell and advised he was put on light duty, by the TML doctor. The doctor did forget to list what kind of light duty he was to be put on. Norm advised that he will follow up with the doctor’s officer in the am. Norm advised that Kimball did receive a light duty report and we should honor his status.  
  2683.  
  2684.  
  2685.  
  2686. Captain Hurley advised me that he is to be assign to the day shift 6a-2p with Sun/Mon off, for light duty status. I did inform Officer this. Captain Hurley further instructed me that until the department receives a completed report with restrictions listed on it Officer Kimball will be off on workers compensation.
  2687.  
  2688.  
  2689.  
  2690. Per Captain Hurley’s instruction, I have advised Officer Kimball to remain off work until told to return either on light duty or full status, depending on the doctor’s report.
  2691.  
  2692.  
  2693.  
  2694. Looks as if someone took him off the schedule for the next two weeks, his restrictions state he will be out until 09/08.
  2695.  
  2696.  
  2697.  
  2698.  
  2699.  
  2700.   From:          John T. Johnson         Sent:           Tue 8/9/2011 4:33 PM
  2701.  To:     Brandon A. Blair; Jason E. Ives; Kevin S. Crouch; Doug Lauersdorf; Shari Burrows; Matthew Wise; Chris Scofield; Michael L. Scambray; Monica M. Montoya; Bob Wieners; Lisa Price; Josh Rogers; Craig Baker; Simon Anguiano; Anthony Rose; Michele Brown; KC Rodgers
  2702.  Cc:     
  2703.  Subject:        RE: PD VIDEO
  2704.  Attachments:  
  2705. View As Web Page
  2706.  
  2707. Hub was disconnected due to notebook being on top of device in the left had upper section of the trunk.
  2708.  
  2709.  
  2710.  
  2711. "This e-mail contains the thoughts and opinions of John Johnson and does not represent official City policy."
  2712.  
  2713.  
  2714.  
  2715. John Johnson
  2716.  
  2717. Office:  281-996-3311
  2718.  
  2719. Cell   :  281-705-7526
  2720.  
  2721.  
  2722.  
  2723. From: Brandon A. Blair
  2724. Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 10:51 PM
  2725. To: Brandon A. Blair; Jason E. Ives; Kevin S. Crouch; Doug Lauersdorf; Shari Burrows; Matthew Wise; Chris Scofield; Michael L. Scambray; Monica M. Montoya; Bob Wieners; Lisa Price; Josh Rogers; Craig Baker; Simon Anguiano; Anthony Rose; Michele Brown; KC Rodgers; John T. Johnson
  2726. Subject: RE: PD VIDEO
  2727.  
  2728.  
  2729.  
  2730. CORRECTIONS TO MY LAST E-MAIL:
  2731.  
  2732.  
  2733.  
  2734. Please be advised that, as of 08/04/11 at approximately 21:00, the L.P.R. system has not been functioning properly. This is a usual occurrence with it not working properly. The right camera would not scan, there was no zoom button present for the right camera, and the front camera wouldn’t zoom in or out. If we can resolve these issues we should be good to go Monday, 08/08/11.
  2735.  
  2736.  
  2737.  
  2738. Thanks,
  2739.  
  2740.  
  2741.  
  2742. B. Blair
  2743.  
  2744.  
  2745.  
  2746.  
  2747.  
  2748. From: Brandon A. Blair
  2749. Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 10:46 PM
  2750. To: Jason E. Ives; Kevin S. Crouch; Doug Lauersdorf; Shari Burrows; Matthew Wise; Chris Scofield; Michael L. Scambray; Monica M. Montoya; Bob Wieners; Lisa Price; Josh Rogers; Craig Baker; Simon Anguiano; Anthony Rose; Michele Brown; KC Rodgers; John T. Johnson
  2751. Subject: RE: PD VIDEO
  2752.  
  2753.  
  2754.  
  2755. Please be advised that, as of 08/04/11 at approximately 21:00, the L.P.R. system was been functioning properly. This is a usual occurrence with it not working properly. The right camera would not scan, there was no zoom button for the right camera, and the front camera wouldn’t zoom in or out. If we can resolve these issues we should be good to go Friday.
  2756.  
  2757.  
  2758.  
  2759. Thanks,
  2760.  
  2761.  
  2762.  
  2763. B. Blair
  2764.  
  2765.  
  2766.  
  2767. From: Jason E. Ives
  2768. Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2011 2:10 PM
  2769. To: Kevin S. Crouch; Doug Lauersdorf; Shari Burrows; Matthew Wise; Chris Scofield; Michael L. Scambray; Monica M. Montoya; Bob Wieners; Lisa Price; Josh Rogers; Craig Baker; Simon Anguiano; Anthony Rose; Michele Brown; KC Rodgers
  2770. Cc: Brandon A. Blair
  2771. Subject: RE: PD VIDEO
  2772.  
  2773.  
  2774.  
  2775. I have a bank job that I work at 0830 this Monday (8/08).  Officer Blair can take my place – he will be training one of the new officers that afternoon.  The LPR system has been working on and off.  Officer Blair will be utilizing the system this afternoon and will be able to provide more information on the system.
  2776.  
  2777.  
  2778.  
  2779. From: Kevin S. Crouch
  2780. Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2011 10:49 AM
  2781. To: Doug Lauersdorf; Shari Burrows; Matthew Wise; Chris Scofield; Michael L. Scambray; Jason E. Ives; Monica M. Montoya; Bob Wieners; Lisa Price; Josh Rogers; Craig Baker; Simon Anguiano; Anthony Rose; Michele Brown; KC Rodgers
  2782. Cc: Nick Haby
  2783. Subject: PD VIDEO
  2784.  
  2785.  
  2786.  
  2787. The City has recently employed a video production company to shoot a total of SIX videos. Each video will highlight different areas and departments of the City. It’s our turn. Attached is a ruff timeline of how the shoot is planned to go on Aug 8th. As in any filming process things happen and there could be a stall or even a skip. I will do my best to keep you informed of any changes. If you have any questions please get with me, and I will do my best to get you answers. Also attached is the working script we got from the company feel free to look through it as well.
  2788.  
  2789.  
  2790.  
  2791. Kevin Crouch
  2792.  
  2793. Crime Prevention Officer
  2794.  
  2795. Friendswood Police Department
  2796.  
  2797. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  2798.  
  2799. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  2800.  
  2801. 281-996-3316 or 281-996-3300
  2802.  
  2803.  
  2804.  
  2805.  
  2806.  From:           Dennis Senter   Sent:           Tue 8/9/2011 12:42 PM
  2807.  To:     Doug Lauersdorf; Michael Cordero
  2808.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Lisa Price; Michael Hurley
  2809.  Subject:        RE: Officer Ryan Complaint
  2810.  Attachments:  
  2811. View As Web Page
  2812.  
  2813. Sgt. Cordero,
  2814.  
  2815.  
  2816.  
  2817. I will go ahead and take care of this since this complaint has formally been assigned to me.
  2818.  
  2819.  
  2820.  
  2821. Thanks,
  2822.  
  2823.  
  2824.  
  2825. Sergeant Dennis "Chad" Senter
  2826.  
  2827. Friendswood Police Department
  2828.  
  2829. Administrative Services Division
  2830.  
  2831. Office Of Professional Standards & Training
  2832.  
  2833. Dispatch: 281-996-3300
  2834.  
  2835. Office: 281-996-3309
  2836.  
  2837. Fax: 281-482-9318
  2838.  
  2839. Email: dsenter@friendswood.com
  2840.  
  2841.  
  2842.  
  2843. From: Doug Lauersdorf
  2844. Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 9:57 AM
  2845. To: Michael Cordero
  2846. Cc: Dennis Senter; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Lisa Price; Michael Hurley
  2847. Subject: FW: Officer Ryan Complaint
  2848.  
  2849.  
  2850.  
  2851. Sgt. Cordero,
  2852.  
  2853.  
  2854.  
  2855. Please call each person listed below and advise them that you have been assigned to investigate the complaint.  I would suggest you limit your conversation with them and let them know the purpose of the phone call is strictly for notification and you will be in contact with them at a later date for a follow-up interview when you have had an opportunity to review the matter.
  2856.  
  2857.  
  2858.  
  2859. Thanks,
  2860.  
  2861.  
  2862.  
  2863. Lieutenant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  2864.  
  2865. Assistant Commander of Patrol Division
  2866.  
  2867. Friendswood Police Department
  2868.  
  2869. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  2870.  
  2871. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  2872.  
  2873. Office # 281-996-3371
  2874.  
  2875. Fax # 281-482-9318
  2876.  
  2877. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  2878.  
  2879.  
  2880.  
  2881.  
  2882.  
  2883. From: Archie Mizell
  2884. Sent: Sunday, August 07, 2011 7:08 PM
  2885. To: Dennis Senter; Michael Cordero
  2886. Cc: Archie Mizell
  2887. Subject: Officer Ryan Complaint
  2888.  
  2889.  
  2890.  
  2891. Yesterday (08-07-2011), at approximately 1800 hours, a group of 6 adults arrived in the PD Lobby to file a complaint on Officer Ryan 2332. Their complaint was in reference to an incident that occurred at The Enclave Apartment Complex on 08-06-2011, near the pool area. Due to the nature of the incident and the nature of the complaint, I advised them to come back Monday and contact Sergeant Senter. Just giving you a heads up! I did take the names and phone numbers of the subjects.
  2892.  
  2893.  
  2894.  
  2895.    1. Melanie Records (DOB 09-07-1962) 713-865-1097 / 832-333-2549
  2896.    2. Jennifer Elkins (DOB 10-14-1980) 713-498-2183
  2897.    3. Jessica Rutkowsky (DOB 12-12-1983) 979-549-1215
  2898.    4. Karmen Elkins (DOB 09-20-1959) 832-213-9739
  2899.    5. Joel Elkins (DOB 01-13-1960) 832-640-2183
  2900.    6. Michael Records (DOB 09-09-1957) 713-805-2684
  2901.  
  2902.  
  2903.  
  2904. A.Mizell 2314
  2905.  
  2906.  
  2907.  
  2908.  
  2909.  From:           Doug Lauersdorf         Sent:           Tue 8/9/2011 10:33 AM
  2910.  To:     Doug Lauersdorf; Archie Mizell; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  2911.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Josh Rogers; Michael Hurley
  2912.  Subject:        RE: Complaints
  2913.  Attachments:  
  2914. View As Web Page
  2915.  
  2916. Supervisors:
  2917.  
  2918.  
  2919.  
  2920.    1. There has been a modification to the below case assignment list.  In reference to IQ-11-19, Sgt. Cordero has been re-assigned to investigate the criminal side of the matter and Sgt. Senter has been assigned to investigate the internal side of the matter.  Special instructions:  Sgt. Cordero, please meet with Sgt. Senter, Officer Ryan and Officer Claunch and make a determination on any new charges that need to be filed on any of the subject that were involved.  Send me your findings prior to sending out any summons or warrants.   FYI!  We were able to obtain a last name and DOB on Jeff:  Jeff Wilhite with a DOB of 05-22-1982.  
  2921.    2. Make sure that when you receive a call in reference to any of the below cases that you forward the calls to the appropriate investigator.
  2922.  
  2923.  
  2924.  
  2925.  
  2926.  
  2927.  
  2928.  
  2929. Lieutenant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  2930.  
  2931. Assistant Commander of Patrol Division
  2932.  
  2933. Friendswood Police Department
  2934.  
  2935. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  2936.  
  2937. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  2938.  
  2939. Office # 281-996-3371
  2940.  
  2941. Fax # 281-482-9318
  2942.  
  2943. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  2944.  
  2945.  
  2946.  
  2947.  
  2948.  
  2949. From: Doug Lauersdorf
  2950. Sent: Monday, August 08, 2011 9:37 PM
  2951. To: Michael Hurley; Archie Mizell; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Josh Rogers; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  2952. Subject: RE: Complaints
  2953.  
  2954.  
  2955.  
  2956. The following complaints have been reviewed and a case file has been created.  I will pass out the case files tomorrow.  The complaints and the assigned investigators are as follows:
  2957.  
  2958. 1.       IQ-11-17:
  2959.  
  2960. ·         Complainant: Lt. Lauersdorf.  You may add others at a later time.
  2961.  
  2962. ·         Complaint: Possible domestic dispute/violence and failure to report to immediate supervisor and HR the of use of prescribed medication
  2963.  
  2964. ·         Assigned investigator: Sgt. Cordero
  2965.  
  2966. ·         Instructions: Please contact Dennis “Denny” Hand and ask him to meet with you to provide a sworn statement and ask follow-up questions.  If it turns out he is not a witness to any domestic violence and he has no factual knowledge of the medication use or the lack thereof then advised him that you will need to contact his daughter.  Do not inform Officer Aprile at this time.
  2967.  
  2968.  
  2969.  
  2970. 2.       IQ-11-18:
  2971.  
  2972. ·         Complainant: Timmy Mack
  2973.  
  2974. ·         Complaint: Abuse of Authority and Violation of Civil Rights
  2975.  
  2976. ·         Assigned Investigator: Sgt. Cordero
  2977.  
  2978. ·         Instructions:  The file is incomplete.  You will need to obtain a copy of the letter from the Galveston County DA and a copy of the citation from Captain Hurley.  No other instructions.
  2979.  
  2980.  
  2981.  
  2982. 3.       IQ-11-19:
  2983.  
  2984. ·         Complainant: Cory Wilhite and Jennifer Elkins
  2985.  
  2986. ·         Complaint: Abuse of Authority and Violate Civil Rights
  2987.  
  2988. ·         Assigned Investigator (criminal investigation): Sgt. Cordero
  2989.  
  2990. ·         Assigned Investigator (internal investigation): Sgt. Senter
  2991.  
  2992. ·         Instructions: Call Cory Wilhite’s and Jeff’s (unknown last name) (they are half brothers) mother, Pamela Warren at 281-515-7708 and ask her to provide Jeff’s full name, DOB, TDL, SSN, address in Texas and his duty station address, contact numbers, rank, MOS, and command information.  FYI-I briefly spoke to Jeff and as soon as I asked about his brother he advised me that his lawyer instructed him to not speak to the police.  I still need to type up an interoffice memo in reference to a meeting with two of the complainants.  No other instructions.    
  2993.  
  2994. 4.       IQ-11-20:
  2995.  
  2996. ·         Complainant: Lt. Lauersdorf.  Add the reportee when you obtain her name and information.
  2997.  
  2998. ·         Complaint: Dereliction of Duty (sleeping on duty) and for Possibly Providing False Information to a Supervisor
  2999.  
  3000. ·         Assigned Investigator: Sgt. Scofield
  3001.  
  3002. ·         Instructions:  The file is incomplete.  Let me know if you do not have the rest of the case file that was provided by Sgt. Senter.  No other instructions.
  3003.  
  3004. 5.       IQ-11-21:
  3005.  
  3006. ·         Complainant: Lt. Lauersdorf
  3007.  
  3008. ·         Dereliction of Duty for Improper DWI Investigation and Possibly Providing False Information to a Supervisor
  3009.  
  3010. ·         Assigned Investigator: Sgt. Senter
  3011.  
  3012. ·         Instructions: The file is Incomplete.  You will need to obtain the rest of the file information from Sgt. Cordero.  Also, I believe Captain Hurley is going to attach a memorandum and send it to the Deputy Chief prior to me giving you the file.
  3013.  
  3014.  
  3015.  
  3016. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
  3017.  
  3018.  
  3019.  
  3020.  
  3021.  
  3022. Thanks,
  3023.  
  3024.  
  3025.  
  3026. Lieutenant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  3027.  
  3028. Assistant Commander of Patrol Division
  3029.  
  3030. Friendswood Police Department
  3031.  
  3032. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  3033.  
  3034. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  3035.  
  3036. Office # 281-996-3371
  3037.  
  3038. Fax # 281-482-9318
  3039.  
  3040. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  3041.  
  3042.  
  3043.  
  3044.  
  3045.  
  3046. From: Michael Hurley
  3047. Sent: Monday, August 08, 2011 10:50 AM
  3048. To: Archie Mizell; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Erik James. Reyna; Josh Rogers; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  3049. Subject: Complaiints
  3050.  
  3051.  
  3052.  
  3053. There are several complaints working that are being handled by patrol.
  3054.  
  3055. Cordero has the latest on Aprile that was referred by the DA’s office.
  3056.  
  3057. Cordero will need to contact the female witness for a statement that Todd was sleeping in the patrol car in which he said he was having car trouble.
  3058.  
  3059. Senter has been referred the complaint on Todd letting the alleged DWI go and then posting it on his facebook account.
  3060.  
  3061. Evening shift supervisor needs to get Aprile’s wife and father in law in for a statement on the information supplied by Scofield.
  3062.  
  3063. meh
  3064.  
  3065.  
  3066.  
  3067.  
  3068.  From:           Matthew Wise    Sent:           Tue 8/9/2011 9:36 AM
  3069.  To:     Anthony Rose; Shari Burrows
  3070.  Cc:     Luke Loeser; Bob Wieners
  3071.  Subject:        RE: Drug Room
  3072.  Attachments:  
  3073. View As Web Page
  3074.  
  3075. This is excellent!!! Keep up your diligence to this tedious task. Your hard work is greatly appreciated.
  3076.  
  3077.  
  3078.  
  3079. Sergeant Matthew Wise
  3080.  
  3081. Criminal Investigation Division
  3082.  
  3083. Friendswood Police Department
  3084.  
  3085. Office: 281-996-3341
  3086.  
  3087. Fax: 281-993-1235
  3088.  
  3089. mwise@friendswood.com
  3090.  
  3091.  
  3092.  
  3093. "WeServe By Choice, Not By Chance" - LEMIT Class #56
  3094.  
  3095. From: Anthony Rose
  3096. Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 8:55 AM
  3097. To: Matthew Wise; Shari Burrows
  3098. Subject: Drug Room
  3099.  
  3100.  
  3101.  
  3102. Purging of the drug room is completed. Approximately 1000 names were manually checked and there were 20 boxes. Attached are the excel sheets that I made for Galveston County cases that I would print out and drive to the DA's Office to check case dispositions. Harris County cases were easier to check since everything is on-line and I could log in at my desk.
  3103.  
  3104.  
  3105.  
  3106. Today I will begin purging the gun room.
  3107.  
  3108.  
  3109.  
  3110. Detective Anthony Rose
  3111.  
  3112. Crime Scene Investigator
  3113.  
  3114. Criminal Investigation Division
  3115.  
  3116. Friendswood Police Department
  3117.  
  3118. Office: 281-996-3373
  3119.  
  3120. Dispatch: 281-996-3300
  3121.  
  3122. Fax: 281-482-9318
  3123.  
  3124. email: arose@friendswood.com
  3125.  
  3126.  
  3127.  
  3128.  
  3129.  
  3130.  From:           Michael L. Scambray     Sent:           Sun 8/7/2011 7:41 AM
  3131.  To:     Bob Wieners
  3132.  Cc:     Michael L. Scambray
  3133.  Subject:        last night on mids
  3134.  Attachments:  
  3135. View As Web Page
  3136.  
  3137. -          You are aware of the event on Tall Pines, and Sergeant Cordero sent you an email with details, Detective Price is continuing follow up with the victim at the hospital
  3138.  
  3139. -          Wilhite, Corey – Class C Assault, he is 23 from Pasadena
  3140.  
  3141. -          Cates, Danny – Theft “C”, he is 26 from Channelview
  3142.  
  3143. -          Ruiz, Rebecca – PI, she is 23 from Houston
  3144.  
  3145. -          Isbill, Amber – Possess Drug Paraph., 20 lives in Heritage Park
  3146.  
  3147. -          Green, Timothy – Possess Drug Paraph., 24 from La Porte
  3148.  
  3149. -          Bilano, Errick – DWI Harris County, 38 from Pasadena, was transported to the hospital after hand popped out of socket but will be brought back shortly
  3150.  
  3151.  
  3152.  
  3153. Any questions, give me a call
  3154.  
  3155.  
  3156.  
  3157.  
  3158.  
  3159. Scambray
  3160.  
  3161.  
  3162.  
  3163.  From:           Michael L. Scambray     Sent:           Sat 8/6/2011 1:47 PM
  3164.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Michael Hurley; Doug Lauersdorf
  3165.  Cc:     Michael L. Scambray; Erik James. Reyna; Michael Cordero; Chris Scofield; Ryan Jenkins; Archie Mizell
  3166.  Subject:        pursuit
  3167.  Attachments:  
  3168. View As Web Page
  3169.  
  3170. At around 10 am this morning Alvin PD reported a UUMV in there city at a convenient store, the owner left the keys in the vehicle while he walked inside; vehicle was a dark gray Jeep Commander. Later this afternoon around 12 pm Webster PD was dispatched to a reckless Driver call that quickly became a pursuit; suspect vehicle was the Jeep stolen from Alvin earlier this morning. The pursuit started in Webster down El Dorado, and came into Friendswood, ultimately ending on Friendswood Link at Forest Bend. Upon conclusion of the stop, the suspect (Guadalupe Perez 3/24/75, no CCH) was tasered and taken into custody without incident. Friendswood EMS did respond to provide medical attention, and Webster had a wrecker service of there choice take the vehicle; our officers remained on scene to provide any assistance if needed. The pursuit and subsequent arrest involved Webster officers only and appeared to have been done without incident.
  3171.  
  3172.  
  3173.  
  3174. Sgt. Scambray
  3175.  
  3176.  
  3177.  
  3178.  
  3179.  From:           Michael Cordero         Sent:           Sat 8/6/2011 12:42 AM
  3180.  To:     Michael Cordero; Doug Lauersdorf
  3181.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Michael Hurley; Luke Loeser
  3182.  Subject:        revise
  3183.  Attachments:  
  3184. View As Web Page
  3185.  
  3186. Revised and corrected:
  3187.  
  3188.  
  3189.  
  3190. Lt. I sent you an Inter-office memo related to this conversation and the items you asked for.
  3191.  
  3192.  
  3193.  
  3194. There is a miss statement in this e-mail. I advised you that I did not review the patrol unit digital video, so I did not see that he followed through with his DWI investigation by conducting SFST’s. Per the phone conversation I had with him, he lead me to believe that he conducted a through investigation.  
  3195.  
  3196.  
  3197.  
  3198.  
  3199.  
  3200. From: Michael Cordero
  3201. Sent: Saturday, August 06, 2011 12:38 AM
  3202. To: Doug Lauersdorf
  3203. Cc: Bob Wieners; Michael Hurley; Luke Loeser
  3204. Subject: RE: Officer Todd
  3205.  
  3206.  
  3207.  
  3208. Lt. I sent you an Inter-office memo related to this conversation and the items you asked for.
  3209.  
  3210.  
  3211.  
  3212. There is a miss statement in this e-mail. I advised you that I did not review the patrol unit digital video, so I did see that he followed through with his DWI investigation by conducting SFST’s. Per the phone conversation I had with him, he lead me to believe that he conducted a through investigation.  
  3213.  
  3214.  
  3215.  
  3216. From: Doug Lauersdorf
  3217. Sent: Friday, August 05, 2011 3:35 PM
  3218. To: Michael Cordero
  3219. Cc: Bob Wieners; Michael Hurley; Luke Loeser
  3220. Subject: Officer Todd
  3221.  
  3222.  
  3223.  
  3224. Sgt. Cordero,
  3225.  
  3226.  
  3227.  
  3228. The purpose of this e-mail is to follow-up on our conversation this morning about Officer Todd.  You spoke to me about a traffic stop that Officer Todd had conducted where he investigated a possible DWI.  Officer Todd advised you that he had stopped a vehicle and was conducting a DWI investigation and that he was unable to observe any clues on HGN and that he had not conducted any of the SFST’s.  He asked your permission to have someone pick up the driver because he had been drinking.  He further advised that the driver was unable to find a ride.  He asked your approval to give the driver a ride home.  You also advised me that you later obtained information that Officer Todd had posted on his Face Book page that he had stopped a driver who was an actor and that he was highly intoxicated contradicting what he had informed you of.  You further advised that you approached Officer Todd and confronted him on the matter.   His response was that his Face Book account is Private. .
  3229.  
  3230.  
  3231.  
  3232. Earlier today, just after Noon, I was informed by Sgt. Scofield that he was listed as a friend on Officer Todd’s Face Book page.  As we were discussing this matter, Sgt. Scofield attempted to gain access to Officer Todd’s Face Book page, which was met with negative results.  Apparently, Officer Todd has deleted Sgt. Scofield from his Face Book account because he was unable to view his page.
  3233.  
  3234.  
  3235.  
  3236. It appears that Officer Todd was possibly derelict in his duties and that he possibly lied to you.  
  3237.  
  3238.  
  3239.  
  3240. Special Instructions:  Sgt. Cordero, please provide me with the following:
  3241.  
  3242.    1. An interoffice memorandum detailing your knowledge and conversation(s) with Officer Todd in reference to the DWI stop.
  3243.    2. A CAD Slip
  3244.    3. A DVD copy of the traffic stop
  3245.    4. A CD copy of Officer Todd’s PUMA recording
  3246.    5. A CD of the radio traffic
  3247.  
  3248.  
  3249.  
  3250. Thanks,
  3251.  
  3252.  
  3253.  
  3254. Lieutenant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  3255.  
  3256. Assistant Commander of Patrol Division
  3257.  
  3258. Friendswood Police Department
  3259.  
  3260. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  3261.  
  3262. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  3263.  
  3264. Office # 281-996-3371
  3265.  
  3266. Fax # 281-482-9318
  3267.  
  3268. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  3269.  
  3270.  
  3271.  
  3272.  
  3273.  From:           Eric Price      Sent:           Fri 8/5/2011 10:49 AM
  3274.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Carol Hargis; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean Spencer; Dennis Senter; Doug Lacombe; Doug Lauersdorf; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Dustin A. Todd; Dusty Boullion; Edmundo DeLacerda; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Eric Price; Erik James. Reyna; Frank Scalise; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; JHOLLAND; John L. Elliott; John T. Johnson; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; Kathryn Mach; KC Rodgers; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Marc A. Dion; Marty R. Godwin; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Michele Brown; Mindy Sanchez; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Monica M. Montoya; Nicholas D. McCanless; Nick Risch; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Rachael Tamayo; Richard H. Ziegelmeyer; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge; Ryan Jenkins; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stella Muniz; Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Tammy Scroggins; Terrie Doyle; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D. Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs
  3275.  Cc:     
  3276.  Subject:        WELLS FARGO TAKEOVER ROBBERY 08/04/2011
  3277.  Attachments:    Teller 3 - 1.jpg(68KB)  ATM 3155A - 1.jpg(73KB)  Cash Safe - 1.jpg(83KB)  Cash Safe - 2.jpg(84KB)  ATM 3155A - 3.jpg(73KB)
  3278. View As Web Page
  3279.  
  3280. LAW ENFORCEMENT SENSITIVE
  3281.  
  3282.  
  3283.  
  3284. Photos from yesterday’s Wells Fargo Bank Robbery / Attempted Capital Murder Case in Sugar Land.
  3285.  
  3286.  
  3287.  
  3288. Not to be Released to the Public
  3289.  
  3290.  
  3291.  
  3292.  
  3293.  
  3294. B. Eric Price
  3295.  
  3296. Criminal Investigator
  3297.  
  3298. Friendswood Police Department
  3299.  
  3300. Criminal Investigations Division
  3301.  
  3302. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  3303.  
  3304. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  3305.  
  3306. Communications: 281-996-3300
  3307.  
  3308. Direct Line:         281-996-3346
  3309.  
  3310. Fax:                   281-482-9318
  3311.  
  3312. eprice@friendswood.com
  3313.  
  3314.  
  3315.  
  3316.  From:           Michele Brown   Sent:           Thu 8/4/2011 4:45 PM
  3317.  To:     Bob Wieners; Joshua Lewis; Kathryn Mach
  3318.  Cc:     
  3319.  Subject:        higginbotham
  3320.  Attachments:    higginbotham.doc(50KB)
  3321. View As Web Page
  3322. i have received a hearing for an expunction on jerry higginbotham.  he is requesting a total of 8 cases to be expuged, 3 are ours.
  3323.  
  3324. driving while lic invalid     062305
  3325. driving while lic suspended    031505
  3326. simple assault                082894
  3327.  
  3328. if you wish to contest these the court date is august 12th at 11am in harris county court.
  3329.  
  3330. i have all the paperwork in my office if you would like to review it further.
  3331.  
  3332. Michele
  3333.  
  3334.  
  3335.  
  3336.  From:           Cindy Edge      Sent:           Thu 8/4/2011 2:02 PM
  3337.  To:     Josh Rogers; Doug Lauersdorf
  3338.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Lisa Price; Tammy Scroggins; KC Rodgers; Jennifer M. Walker; Katina R. Hampton; Rhonda Bloskas; Todd R. Yeager
  3339.  Subject:        FW: Police Dept
  3340.  Attachments:  
  3341. View As Web Page
  3342.  
  3343. I have established your access and approval levels in GMBA (general ledger and budget) and Purchasing.  Please let me know if you experience any problems with your access.
  3344.  
  3345. If I am not available, please check with Todd Yeager.
  3346.  
  3347. Congratulations on your new position.
  3348.  
  3349. Cindy Edge, CGFO
  3350. Director of Administrative Services
  3351. City of Friendswood
  3352. 910 S Friendswood Drive
  3353. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  3354. Email:  cedge@friendswood.com
  3355. Phone: 281-996-3224
  3356. Fax:     281-482-6491
  3357.  
  3358. This email contains the thoughts and opinions of Cindy Edge and does not represent official City policy.
  3359.  
  3360. -----Original Message-----
  3361. From: Bob Wieners
  3362. Sent: None
  3363. To: Cindy Edge
  3364. Subject: Re: Police Dept
  3365.  
  3366. Please authorize the attached personnel with the purchasing authorizations associated with their new ranks and positions.
  3367.  
  3368. Sent from my HTC smartphone on Sprint!
  3369.  
  3370. ----- Reply message -----
  3371. From: "Cindy Edge" <cedge@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  3372. To: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  3373. Cc: "Lisa Price" <lprice@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Tammy Scroggins" <tscroggins@friendswood.com>, "Katina R. Hampton" <khampton@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Jennifer M. Walker" <jwalker@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  3374.  
  3375. Subject: Police Dept
  3376. Date: Wed, Aug 3, 2011 13:38
  3377.  
  3378. Bob:
  3379.  
  3380.  
  3381.  
  3382. We need your approval to set up GMBA and Purchasing authorization.
  3383.  
  3384.  
  3385.  
  3386. Josh Rogers
  3387.  
  3388. GMBA Inquiry – 2101, 2110 and 2150
  3389.  
  3390. Purchasing Authorization – Supervisor level (up to $499) – 2101, 2110 and 2150
  3391.  
  3392.  
  3393.  
  3394. Lieutenant Lauersdorf
  3395.  
  3396.             GMBA Inquiry – 2120
  3397.  
  3398.             Purchasing Authorization – Supervisor level (up to $499) - 2120    
  3399.  
  3400.  
  3401.  
  3402. If authorizations should be different, please indicate the change.  Your approval can be forwarded via email.  Thanks for your help.
  3403.  
  3404.  
  3405.  
  3406.          
  3407.  
  3408.  
  3409.  
  3410. Cindy Edge, CGFO
  3411.  
  3412. Director of Administrative Services
  3413.  
  3414. City of Friendswood
  3415.  
  3416. 910 S Friendswood Drive
  3417.  
  3418. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  3419.  
  3420. Email:  cedge@friendswood.com <mailto:cedge@friendswood.com>
  3421.  
  3422. Phone: 281-996-3224
  3423.  
  3424. Fax:     281-482-6491
  3425.  
  3426.  
  3427.  
  3428. This email contains the thoughts and opinions of Cindy Edge and does not represent official City policy.
  3429.  
  3430.  
  3431.  
  3432. ________________________________
  3433.  
  3434. From: Jennifer M. Walker
  3435. Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2011 10:59 AM
  3436. To: Cindy Edge; Katina R. Hampton
  3437. Cc: Tammy Scroggins
  3438. Subject: Police Dept
  3439.  
  3440.  
  3441.  
  3442. Hi,
  3443.  
  3444. Tammy called me earlier to ask about an account balance.  In that conversation, she also asked who changes the authorizations for the promotions.
  3445.  
  3446.  
  3447.  
  3448. I don't know how that notice comes to you, but this is the information Tammy gave me.
  3449.  
  3450.  
  3451.  
  3452.  
  3453.  
  3454. Captain Josh Rogers  needs access to divisions 2101, 2110, and 2150
  3455.  
  3456.  
  3457.  
  3458. Lieutenant Lauersdorf needs access to division 2120
  3459.  
  3460.  
  3461.  
  3462.  
  3463.  
  3464. Thank you,
  3465.  
  3466. Jennifer
  3467.  
  3468.  
  3469.  
  3470. Jennifer M. Walker, MBA
  3471.  
  3472. Budget Manager
  3473.  
  3474. City of Friendswood
  3475.  
  3476. 910 S Friendswood Drive
  3477.  
  3478. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  3479.  
  3480. Email:  jwalker@friendswood.com <mailto:jwalker@friendswood.com>
  3481.  
  3482. Phone:  281-996-3218
  3483.  
  3484. Fax:     281-482-6491
  3485.  
  3486.  
  3487.  
  3488. This email contains the thoughts and opinions of Jennifer Walker and does not represent official City policy.
  3489.  
  3490.  
  3491.  
  3492.  
  3493.  
  3494.  
  3495.    From:         Josh Rogers     Sent:           Wed 8/3/2011 1:33 PM
  3496.  To:     Josh Rogers; Shari Burrows; Eric Price; Doug Lauersdorf; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Michael Hurley; Lisa Price; FSU; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  3497.  Cc:     
  3498.  Subject:        RE: Fraud
  3499.  Attachments:  
  3500. View As Web Page
  3501.  
  3502. On Wednesday August 3, 2011 I received information from FISD concerning four companies that had contacted FISD to complain about receiving fraudulent checks from Martin Brooks for the Basketball Tournament he held at FHS.
  3503.  
  3504.  
  3505.  
  3506. The first company was Monarch Trophy and Awards 713 464-1122.  I spoke with Vicki Mai who stated she and the owner Randy Brummel of the company received a bad check in the amount of 822.00 for trophies from Martin Brooks.  She advised me that Martin Brooks came into their store on July 28th and 29th driving a white van and gave them the check but asked if they would not cash it until the next week.  Vicki Mai stated she believes they still have the original check but will find out for sure and contact me back.  She stated she and Randy Brummel would be able to pick Martin Brooks out of a photo lineup.
  3507.  
  3508.  
  3509.  
  3510. The second company was Pressing Promos 832 237-0055 and I made contact with Jonell Harper who advised me she received a fraudulent check in the amount of 1,200.00 for T Shirts from Martin Brooks.  Jonell Harper advised me that her bank still has the original check but she has all of the paperwork that he submitted to her.  Jonell advised that she would be able to pick Martin Brooks out of a photo lineup.
  3511.  
  3512.  
  3513.  
  3514. The third company was Special T-Shirts and More 281 351-4943 and I made contact with Wendy Lewis who advised me that she had just finished speaking to Tomball PD Detective Chambers 281 290-1390 and she had picked Martin Brooks from a photo lineup he had provided her.  She gave me the case number 110729-006 from Tomball PD.  She stated that Martin Brooks gave here a fraudulent check in the amount of 2,021.00 for 350 T-Shirts.
  3515.  
  3516.  
  3517.  
  3518. The fourth company was Hickory Hollow BBQ  713 869-6300 Joseph Boehem.  I have not spoken to this company and they will need to be contacted to get details.
  3519.  
  3520.  
  3521.  
  3522. All the above and below information has been added in report number 11-1505 thanks to Lisa.
  3523.  
  3524.  
  3525.  
  3526. Any other information you may receive please forward to Detective Price and myself.
  3527.  
  3528.  
  3529.  
  3530. Thanks
  3531.  
  3532.  
  3533.  
  3534.  
  3535.  
  3536. From: Josh Rogers
  3537. Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 9:29 AM
  3538. To: Shari Burrows; Eric Price; Doug Lauersdorf; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Michael Hurley; Lisa Price; FSU; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  3539. Subject: Fraud
  3540.  
  3541.  
  3542.  
  3543. Please read the below information and refer any additional complaints you might receive to me concerning Mr. Brooks.
  3544.  
  3545. I have not yet generated a report.
  3546.  
  3547.  
  3548.  
  3549. Thanks Lt. Rogers
  3550.  
  3551.  
  3552.  
  3553. On Friday 7/22/2011 at approximately 1:00PM Captain Hurley received a phone call from Heath Besch cell 979-484-9412 work 979-732-3101 with Mikeska's BBQ in Columbus, Texas in reference to a Chris James 713 493-8197 wanting Mikeska's BBQ to provide BBQ plates for 250 people to a Basketball tournament at Friendswood High School.  Heath stated that Chris James initially called on Wednesday 7/20/11 and wanted the BBQ delivered on Saturday 7/23/2011 and then called today and changed the delivery to Sunday 7/24/2011 at 11:00AM to Friendswood High School.  Heath stated that Chris James told him that the caterer they had set up "Fucked them" and he needed to find a new one.  Heath asked who it was and Chris told him James Coney Island.  Chris told Heath that he would have him a check from the school on Sunday when they delivered the food.  Heath then called James Coney Island and spoke with Rosie Tamayo cell 832-541-3559 work 713-932-1500 and Rosie told Heath that James Coney Island backed out of the deal with Chris James after learning he was associated with the same company that stole from them back in 2010.
  3554.  
  3555.  
  3556.  
  3557. I then contacted FISD to see if they in fact had an event going on at FHS.  Mark Griffon and Thad Roher told me that a company called Prime Time Sports was renting the Gym at FHS for three days to hold a basketball tournament.  They both stated that FISD would not be issuing any checks for this event only receiving a check for the rental of the Gym.
  3558.  
  3559.  
  3560.  
  3561. I then contacted Lisa Price to see if she could locate any information on Chris James or from his number of 713-493-8197 or for Prime Time Sports.  Lisa advised that she located the phone number on a website called Xtreme Sports but the name listed under the website was for a Martin Brooks.  She stated they did list on the website the event being held at FHS called Gulf Coast Hoop Xplosion.  I reviewed the website and noticed it stated payments can be sent via Western Union or Money Gram and are due on Wednesday 7/20/2011 or $200.00 at door cash only.
  3562.  
  3563.  
  3564.  
  3565. I then contacted Rosie Tamayo with James Coney Island who told me she received a call from Chris James on Thursday 7/14/2011 wanting her company to provide food for a school function.  She told Chris that he needed to complete some paperwork and email it to her.  She stated she then received an email from a Martin Brooks on Friday 7/15/2011 providing a visa card # 4852-7900-0448-1228.  Rosie told me that she remembered the name Martin Brooks from a scam that he was involved with back on June 17, 2010.  She told me that on June 17, 2010 she provided a Martin Brooks with 962.88 worth of food for a sporting event and he gave here a Visa card # 4744-7200-5567-5314 exp 05/13 to hold as a deposit and not to run it and he would provide a check the day the food was delivered.  She stated she did not run the card but logged it on his paperwork. He did provide a check when the food was delivered.  Rosie went on to say that a couple of days later she received a request from a Charles Johnson with L&N or L&S Youth Sports who wanted 1,727.67 worth of food delivered to a school for a sports function.  She stated James Coney Island attempted to deliver the food but none showed up to accept the food.  She stated at this time the check from June 17, 2010 returned from the bank as not any good.  She then tried to run the credit card and it showed to either be stolen or a cancelled account after calling the number provided on the machine after several failed attempts.  She then became suspicious and looked up the information provided from Charles Johnson and found that he used the same credit card information that Martin Brooks used on June 17, 2010.
  3566.  
  3567.  
  3568.  
  3569. Captain Hurley contacted Colorado County Sheriff's Department to see if they could fax over any reports that Mikeska's BBQ made.  This was done because Heath mentioned to Captain Hurley that Mikeska's BBQ was a victim a while back on something similar to this.  We received the fax from the Sheriffs office and it did show a report case # 2010-1341 was made on 7/28/2010 involving an L&S Youth Sports for a bad check written to Mikeska's BBQ for $2,935.63.
  3570.  
  3571.  
  3572.  
  3573. I will be contacting FISD to see if I can get a copy of the rental contract from Xtreme Sports and see if they have received payment yet for the rental of the Gym.
  3574.  
  3575.  
  3576.  
  3577. Heath with Mikeska's BBQ stated they will not be delivering any food to this event.
  3578.  
  3579.  
  3580.  
  3581. Sgt. Wise has identified Martin Brooks who is listed on the Website for Xtreme Sports and he shows extensive Criminal History and prison time for organized criminal activity and Forgery.  He also has 4 outstanding HPD traffic warrants.
  3582.  
  3583.  
  3584.  
  3585. On Friday 7/22/2011 at approximately 6:00PM I was contacted by Mr. Thad Roher with FISD and was advised that he learned from his staff that FISD had not yet received payment from Mr. Brooks for the rental of FISD's Gym.  He stated that his staff was supposed to collect the payment before the start of the event.  He told me that Mr. Brooks was going to pay the district with a cashiers check on Saturday 7/23/2011 at 3:00PM.
  3586.  
  3587.  
  3588.  
  3589. I advised Mr. Roher that it appeared Brooks was on location at the Gym getting setup for the event.  Sgt. Wise drove through the location at FHS and logged a vehicle with a buyer's tag that returned to Martin Brooks.  Mr. Roher decided to make contact with Brooks and request full payment in cash by Saturday 7/23/2011 at 12:00 Noon.
  3590.  
  3591.  
  3592.  
  3593. Mr. Roher contacted me on Friday at approximately 7:00PM and advised that Mr. Brooks stated he worked for Prime Time Sports but Mr. Roher noticed Brooks was wearing an Xtreme Sports T-Shirt.  Mr. Roher told me that he checked Prime Time Sports website and found nothing on their website showing that they were involved with the tournament Mr. Brooks was holding at FHS.  Mr. Roher also stated that Prime Time Sports is a very common and respected organization within school districts state wide.  He stated that is staff let their guard down when Brooks presented himself as working for Prime Time Sports.
  3594.  
  3595.  
  3596.  
  3597. On Saturday 7/23/2011 I was informed by Mr. Roher that FISD received payment in full 3,000.00 cash for the rental of the Gym.  Mr. Roher advised me that he had reviewed Mr. Brooks paperwork that was submitted and would provide us with a copy to check the validity of the paperwork.
  3598.  
  3599.  
  3600.  
  3601. On Tuesday 7/26/2011 Mr. Roher contacted me and advised that he had received four complaints from different vendors who provided service to Brooks at the FHS tournament stating they all received bad checks.  Mr. Roher had the contact information for all four and stated he would contact me on Wednesday 7/27/2011 to pass on the information.
  3602.  
  3603.  
  3604.  
  3605. More to Follow
  3606.  
  3607.  
  3608.  
  3609.  
  3610.  
  3611.  From:           Dunford Gen Joseph F [joseph.dunford@usmc.mil]          Sent:           Wed 8/3/2011 9:19 AM
  3612.  To:     Bob Wieners
  3613.  Cc:     
  3614.  Subject:        RE: Mass Trip
  3615.  Attachments:  
  3616. View As Web Page
  3617.  
  3618. Bob--
  3619.  
  3620. I escaped DC!  I'm actually in Marshfield today until Friday AM.  Glad you and John linked-up.  Sorry I couldn't join you.
  3621.  
  3622. Hope you're Achilles is better ... best to Susan.
  3623.  
  3624. SF
  3625. Joe
  3626. -----Original Message-----
  3627. From: Bob Wieners [mailto:bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  3628. Sent: Monday, August 01, 2011 9:23
  3629. To: Dunford Gen Joseph F
  3630. Subject: Fwd: Mass Trip
  3631.  
  3632.  
  3633.  
  3634. Sent from my HTC smartphone on Sprint!
  3635.  
  3636. ----- Forwarded message -----
  3637. From: "bwieners" <bwieners@friendswood.com>
  3638. To: "Dunford Gen Joseph F" <joseph.dunford@usmc.mil>
  3639. Subject: Mass Trip
  3640. Date: Sun, Jul 31, 2011 17:12
  3641.  
  3642.  
  3643.  
  3644. All went well! John was doing great and a good time was had in Old Town. John had to work on Sat and I had a late morning flight out of BWI...so it was night with no potential headlines....lol.
  3645.  
  3646. The cape was warm on Sat when I arrived....plus I was sporting a case of achilles tendonitis....cause I was dumb enough to not run in Asics....my bad! We spent 3 days with Sue's older sister and the family...it was great! Brian Caswell's (my brother in law) parents live down the street from your mom and dad in Marshfield.
  3647.  
  3648. Hopefully, you escaped DC after your visit to the Hill last week!
  3649.  
  3650.  
  3651.  
  3652. Sent from my HTC smartphone on Sprint!
  3653.  
  3654.  
  3655.  
  3656.  From:           Nick Haby       Sent:           Wed 8/3/2011 8:34 AM
  3657.  To:     Bob Wieners
  3658.  Cc:     Lisa Price
  3659.  Subject:        PD script
  3660.  Attachments:    PD script.docx(21KB)
  3661. View As Web Page
  3662.  
  3663. Chief –
  3664.  
  3665.  
  3666.  
  3667. Attached is a draft script for the PD video that Jennifer with yourtowntv will be doing for us.  We plan to be at the PSB on Monday shooting this video, and Kevin Crouch is helping us coordinate.  We’ll be interviewing a number of officers, but the attached script shows the voiceover she’ll be doing.  Please note that we’ll need to interview you briefly on Monday as well.  If you have any suggested changes, etc on the attached script, please let me know asap.
  3668.  
  3669. Thanks
  3670.  
  3671.  
  3672.  
  3673. Nick Haby
  3674.  
  3675. Assistant to the City Manager
  3676.  
  3677. City of Friendswood
  3678.  
  3679. 910 S. Friendswood Dr.
  3680.  
  3681. Friendswood, TX  77546
  3682.  
  3683. Ph: 281-996-3250
  3684.  
  3685. Fax: 281-482-3722
  3686.  
  3687.  
  3688.  From:           Shari Burrows   Sent:           Tue 8/2/2011 3:28 PM
  3689.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  3690.  Cc:     Lisa Price; Matthew Wise
  3691.  Subject:        Knock and Talk
  3692.  Attachments:  
  3693. View As Web Page
  3694.  
  3695. Det. Brechtel was asked by ICE if he could accompany them to 605 Tall Timbers on Thursday morning at 6:30am as they are going to do a knock and talk at that location regarding possible child pornography. Pearland Officer (Crime Tech) Johnson, will also be on scene in case computers are taken into custody at that time. Det. Brechtel is not available as he will be in training that morning so he has asked Detective Powledge to meet with the ICE agents here at 6:30am to assist. The Agents have advised that they are doing a knock and talk as they cannot be for sure about the Child Porn being downloaded from that location and may be coming from another source (shared wi-fi) so they do not have a warrant on the house or anyone inside. The occupants are said to a couple living in the home with no crime history found on them only alarm calls at the home.
  3696.  
  3697.  
  3698.  
  3699. This is just an FYI that Detective Powledge will be out Thursday morning and where he will be and for what.
  3700.  
  3701.  
  3702.  
  3703. Shari Burrows
  3704.  
  3705. Friendswood Police Department
  3706.  
  3707. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  3708.  
  3709. 281-996-3340
  3710.  
  3711.  
  3712.  
  3713. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  3714.  
  3715.  
  3716.  
  3717.  
  3718.  
  3719.   From:          Shari Burrows   Sent:           Mon 8/1/2011 1:25 PM
  3720.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Carlos Granillo; Carol Hargis; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean Spencer; Dennis Senter; Doug Lacombe; Doug Lauersdorf; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Dustin A. Todd; Edmundo DeLacerda; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Eric Price; Erik James. Reyna; Frank Scalise; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; Jimmy Holland; John L. Elliott; John T. Johnson; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; Kathryn Mach; KC Rodgers; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Marc A. Dion; Marty R. Godwin; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Michele Brown; Mindy Sanchez; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Monica M. Montoya; Nicholas D. McCanless; Nick Risch; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Rachael Tamayo; Richard H. Ziegelmeyer; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge; Ryan Jenkins; Shaina Berry; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stella Muniz; Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Tammy Scroggins; Terrie Doyle; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D. Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs
  3721.  Cc:     
  3722.  Subject:        FW: Officer Safety
  3723.  Attachments:    7.24.11_7134164468.wav(1MB)  Turlington, Lester 08.14.46 SCBA-RTIU UPDT 04.pdf(544KB)
  3724. View As Web Page
  3725.  
  3726. Please see the attached information/intelligence and phone call. If by chance any of you encounter this subject, please make sure you have the proper personnel notified to deal with him if necessary and as always stay safe. Thanks.  
  3727.  
  3728.  
  3729.  
  3730. Shari Burrows
  3731.  
  3732. Friendswood Police Department
  3733.  
  3734. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  3735.  
  3736. 281-996-3340
  3737.  
  3738.  
  3739.  
  3740. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  3741.  
  3742.  
  3743.  
  3744.  
  3745.  
  3746. From: Adcox, Kenith
  3747. Sent: Monday, August 01, 2011 8:35 AM
  3748. To: Police Department - All staff
  3749. Subject: Officer Safety
  3750.  
  3751.  
  3752.  
  3753. Attached is the up-dated bulletin involving Mr. Lester Turlington.  Since the first bulletin was put out two weeks ago, our officers have dealt with Mr. Turlington several times (La Porte Library, City Parks, and various  traffic stops).  All officers making contact with this subject should use extreme caution, especially in light of the recent call he made to the County Toll Road Authority, which is also attached.  In this call, Mr. Turlington recalls in great detail an occasion where he was stopped by a law enforcement officer.  According to Mr. Turlington, he was armed with a .38 and had considered killing the officer.   Please familiarize yourself with Mr. Turlington’s vehicle and photograph.  If you have occasion to have contact with him, keep your guard up at all times.
  3754.  
  3755. Stay safe!  
  3756.  
  3757.  
  3758.  
  3759.  
  3760.  
  3761. From:    Roger Roecker   Sent:           Mon 8/1/2011 10:08 AM
  3762.  To:     Bob Wieners
  3763.  Cc:     
  3764.  Subject:        RE: accompany one of your officers?
  3765.  Attachments:  
  3766. View As Web Page
  3767.  
  3768. Please pass on my thanks to Officer Epps!
  3769.  
  3770.  
  3771.  
  3772. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  3773.  
  3774. City Manager
  3775.  
  3776. City of Friendswood
  3777.  
  3778. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  3779.  
  3780. Friendswood, TX 77546
  3781.  
  3782. Office (281) 996-3250
  3783.  
  3784. Cell (281) 635-3074
  3785.  
  3786. Fax (281) 482-3722
  3787.  
  3788. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  3789.  
  3790.  
  3791.  
  3792. This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  3793.  
  3794.  
  3795.  
  3796. From: Bob Wieners
  3797. Sent: None
  3798. To: Roger Roecker
  3799. Subject: Fwd: accompany one of your officers?
  3800.  
  3801.  
  3802.  
  3803.  
  3804.  
  3805. Sent from my HTC smartphone on Sprint!
  3806.  
  3807. ----- Forwarded message -----
  3808. From: "Pat McGinnis" <PMcGinnis@friendswood.com>
  3809. To: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Roger Roecker" <rroecker@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Michael Hurley" <mhurley@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Lisa Price" <lprice@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Josh Rogers" <jrogers@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Doug Lauersdorf" <dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  3810. Subject: accompany one of your officers?
  3811. Date: Mon, Aug 1, 2011 09:23
  3812.  
  3813.  
  3814.  
  3815.  
  3816.   From:          info@ctighouston.org [info@ctighouston.org]     Sent:           Mon 8/1/2011 8:34 AM
  3817.  To:     Bob Wieners
  3818.  Cc:     
  3819.  Subject:        Early July CTIG SIR
  3820.  Attachments:    CTIG Early July 2011 SIR.pdf(239KB)
  3821. View As Web Page
  3822.  
  3823.  
  3824. Attached is the "Early Edition" of the CTIG Situational Information Report.  This edition covers activities from the 1st through the 15th of every month.  
  3825.  
  3826.  
  3827.  
  3828. Our goal at CTIG is to bring the most current Intelligence to the end user as quickly as possible, so the information can be used as a prevention tool in today's Counterterrorism environment.  
  3829.  
  3830.  
  3831.  
  3832. Any comments or feedback relating to the attached can be directed to CTIG via our e-mail: info@ctighouston.org
  3833.  
  3834.  
  3835.  
  3836. OR:
  3837.  
  3838. Jose L. Vega-Miranda
  3839.  
  3840. Process Management/Process Improvement
  3841. (713) 936-7456
  3842.  
  3843. jose.vega-miranda@ctighouston.org  
  3844.  
  3845.  
  3846.  
  3847.  
  3848.  
  3849. SECURITY NOTE:  The information contained in this document is classified Law-Enforcement Sensitive (LES). No portion of this document should be released to the media or general public. Any release of this information could adversely affect or jeopardize investigative activities.  Furthermore - All classified information is governed by Executive Order 12958 and 13292. Any unauthorized disclosure of classified information may constitute a violation of Title 18, sections 641, 793, 798, 952, and 1924.
  3850.  
  3851.  
  3852. Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Group (CTIG)
  3853. FBI Houston
  3854. 1 Justice Park Dr.
  3855. Houston, Texas 77092
  3856. Phone: (713) 693-5000
  3857. E-mail: info@ctighouston.org
  3858. http://ctighouston.org/
  3859.  
  3860. This report is in Adobe Acrobat format.  The reader can be downloaded from
  3861. http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
  3862.  
  3863.  
  3864.  
  3865.  
  3866.  
  3867. To remove yourself from this mailing list, Click here
  3868.  
  3869.  
  3870.  
  3871.  
  3872.  
  3873.  From:           Doug Lauersdorf         Sent:           Fri 7/29/2011 8:05 PM
  3874.  To:     Erik James. Reyna
  3875.  Cc:     Michael Cordero
  3876.  Subject:        RE: Todd RAP
  3877.  Attachments:  
  3878. View As Web Page
  3879.  
  3880. Sgt. Cordero and Cpl. Reyna,
  3881.  
  3882.  
  3883.  
  3884. I spoke with Captain Hurley and he advised to extend his RAP for six months.  He also advised to document in the extension of his RAP that he will be given thirty days to correct his deficiencies and if he fails to correct his deficiencies at the end of the thirty day period his extra job privileges will he revoked.  Please provide me with a copy of the final report/documentation on his RAP.  In addition to the Final Rap Report, please provide me with a copy of any documents that you will present to him at your upcoming meeting.  Go ahead and schedule your official meeting with Officer Todd on August 2nd around 10:30PM to discuss the extension of his RAP and the consequences if he fails to correct his deficiencies.
  3885.  
  3886.  
  3887.  
  3888. Thanks,
  3889.  
  3890.  
  3891.  
  3892. Lieutenant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  3893.  
  3894. Assistant Commander of Patrol Division
  3895.  
  3896. Friendswood Police Department
  3897.  
  3898. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  3899.  
  3900. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  3901.  
  3902. Office # 281-996-3371
  3903.  
  3904. Fax # 281-482-9318
  3905.  
  3906. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  3907.  
  3908.  
  3909.  
  3910.  
  3911.  
  3912.  
  3913.  
  3914. From: Erik James. Reyna
  3915. Sent: Friday, July 29, 2011 12:41 AM
  3916. To: Doug Lauersdorf
  3917. Cc: Michael Hurley; Michael Cordero
  3918. Subject: Todd RAP
  3919.  
  3920.  
  3921.  
  3922. Lt. Lauersdorf,
  3923.  
  3924.  
  3925.  
  3926. As you may already be aware of, Officer Todd has been on a Remedial Action Plan.  The date of the RAP was from January 14th thru July 14th.
  3927.  
  3928.  
  3929.  
  3930. These core areas were identified as areas in need of improvement or unsatisfactory during Officer Todd’s annual employee performance review and were the basis of this Remedial Action Plan (RAP).
  3931.  
  3932. §         Adaptability and Continuous Learning
  3933.  
  3934. -Seeks feedback to improve performance
  3935.  
  3936. §         Core Values
  3937.  
  3938.              -Demonstrates Accuracy and Thoroughness
  3939.  
  3940. §         Dependability and Organizational Support
  3941.  
  3942. -Follows instructions, responds to management direction
  3943.  
  3944. §         Patrol
  3945.  
  3946. -Initiates self-directed activity
  3947.  
  3948. §         Job Knowledge
  3949.  
  3950. -Requires minimal supervision
  3951.  
  3952.  
  3953.  
  3954. Officer Todd was also required to bring his self initiated activity in patrol measured categories to be at or above the shift average by the end of the RAP.  This is the one area officer Todd has failed to meet.  Officer Todd failed to meet the average in all patrol measured categories with the exception of DWI arrests; and therefore his RAP is going to be extended another six months.
  3955.  
  3956.  
  3957.  
  3958. Officer Pearson was under very similar circumstances with his RAP at the end of the six months.  He failed to meet productivity expectations and his RAP was extended for another six months.  He also lost any extra job privileges, but those privileges were reinstated after three months due to Officer Pearson showing a consistently solid productivity level.  He ultimately met the productivity levels at the end of the six month extension and is no longer on a RAP.  In speaking with Cordero we plan on following the same route with Officer Todd.  We are going to request Officer Todd’s RAP be extended for six more months.  We are also going to request he lose his extra job privileges.
  3959.  
  3960.  
  3961.  
  3962. Pending approval from Capt. Hurley, we plan on having an official meeting with Officer Todd on August 2nd around 10:30PM to discuss the extension of his RAP.   I also wanted to let you know Officer Todd is aware of the possibility of losing his extra jobs and has already written letters in his defense to keep his extra jobs.  He made a comment to me that he needs his extra jobs for his family and so his doesn’t go bankrupt.  He wanted to provide me these letters but I told him to hold on to anything until after our official meeting.  It should be noted that the following excerpt is listed on Officer Todd’s initial RAP which he received back in January.
  3963.  
  3964.  
  3965.  
  3966. “The Chief of Police has elected to allow you to continue working off-duty employment; however, this will be reviewed again and negative performance issues may lead to a suspension of off-duty employment privileges.”
  3967.  
  3968.  
  3969.  
  3970.  
  3971.  
  3972. Sgt. Cordero and I also plan on briefing Sgt. Scofield and Cpl. Jenkins in regards to Officer Todd’s RAP so they can supervise the extension.  I wanted to fill you in on this situation.  Feel free to contact me or Sgt. Cordero if you have any questions.
  3973.  
  3974.  
  3975.  
  3976.  
  3977.  
  3978.  
  3979.  
  3980. Corporal Erik Reyna # 2313
  3981.  
  3982. Friendswood Police Department Patrol Division
  3983.  
  3984. Dispatch:  281-996-3300
  3985.  
  3986. Office:  281-996-3329
  3987.  
  3988. Fax:  281-482-9318
  3989.  
  3990. Email:  EReyna@friendswood.com
  3991.  
  3992.  
  3993.  
  3994.  From:           Craig Baker     Sent:           Thu 7/21/2011 3:57 PM
  3995.  To:     Bob Wieners
  3996.  Cc:     
  3997.  Subject:        FW: Alexander Update
  3998.  Attachments:  
  3999. View As Web Page
  4000.  
  4001. This is the email that Lisa and I received from Tina that you requested.
  4002.  
  4003.  
  4004.  
  4005. Craig
  4006.  
  4007.  
  4008.  
  4009. From: tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info [mailto:tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info]
  4010. Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 7:28 PM
  4011. To: Craig Baker; Lisa A. Bragg
  4012. Cc: Debra Smith FAA
  4013. Subject: Alexander Update
  4014.  
  4015.  
  4016.  
  4017. Craig and Lisa:
  4018.  
  4019.  
  4020.  
  4021. I think both of you know that yesterday when Alexander was adopted he was also lost. Christi the new adopter contacted FAA for help. We were able to send Debbie Smith over to her house to help find him. She did find him under a shed and was able to coax him out.  Once they went into the house Debbie started talking with the new owner and was given some alarming news.
  4022.  
  4023.  
  4024.  
  4025. Christi does not have any knowledge of cats or kittens as Debbie talked with her. Alexander was going to be an outside cat and Debbie talked with her the importance of Alexander being an inside cat. (coyotes, bobcats, and it's a city ordinance) Debbie was able to explain to Christi what she needed for Alexander. Christi did not know what to feed him, where to get a litter box, she did not know he needed to be neutered, could get microchipped for free, she did not know he had any shots, or needed a city license. He was also brought home in a towel. This is not a safe way to transport a kitten or cat in a vehicle. This was Christi's side of the story but it does cause concern in what she had to say.
  4026.  
  4027.  
  4028.  
  4029. Debbie is checking in with Christi to make sure she can help with any questions/concerns about having a cat in the house. Debbie has been a great advocate for Alexander.
  4030.  
  4031.  
  4032.  
  4033. Debbie's family vested much time in helping Alexander and at this point she does not want to foster a cat/kitten for Friendswood Animal Control if she has to bring it back to the shelter to be kenneled. She feels the adoption process for these animals is not adequate.
  4034.  
  4035.  
  4036.  
  4037. Debbie is available for any questions in regards to Alexander, Christi, or fostering. Her cell number is 281-636-3064.
  4038.  
  4039.  
  4040.  
  4041. Regards,
  4042.  
  4043. Tina Wood
  4044.  
  4045. President
  4046.  
  4047.  
  4048.  
  4049.                              
  4050. [signature image]
  4051.  
  4052.  
  4053.  
  4054.  From:           Matranga, Pam [Pam.Matranga@co.galveston.tx.us]         Sent:           Thu 7/21/2011 11:45 AM
  4055.  To:     Porretto, Henry; Lisa Able; barry.logginssr@ic.fbi.gov; amclane@ci.jamaicabeach.tx.us; martinez@tamug.edu; rmorales@ci.dickinson.tx.us; Bob Wieners; leeroy_amador@gisd.org; michael.jez@lcpd.com; chief@clearlakeshores-tx.gov; r.aragon@ci.la-marque.tx.us; rsmiley@websterpd.com; rpierce@portofgalveston.com; kenneth@ci.santa-fe.tx.us; jw1801@comcast.net; walter.braun@sfisd.org; ckennelly@hitchcockpd.com; Rose, Derreck; Cherry, Don; Fisher, Jerry; Fullen, Jimmy; Montez, Mike; Petteway, Terry; Comeaux, William; Poor, Freddie; rkerber@kemah-tx.com
  4056.  Cc:     
  4057.  Subject:        RE: Proposed Draft of Galveston Police Association and BYLAWS
  4058.  Attachments:  
  4059. View As Web Page
  4060.  
  4061. Great
  4062.  
  4063.  
  4064.  
  4065. From: Porretto, Henry [mailto:HPORRETTO@cityofgalveston.org]
  4066. Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2011 11:07 AM
  4067. To: Lisa Able; barry.logginssr@ic.fbi.gov; amclane@ci.jamaicabeach.tx.us; martinez@tamug.edu; rmorales@ci.dickinson.tx.us; bwieners@friendswood.com; leeroy_amador@gisd.org; michael.jez@lcpd.com; chief@clearlakeshores-tx.gov; r.aragon@ci.la-marque.tx.us; rsmiley@websterpd.com; rpierce@portofgalveston.com; kenneth@ci.santa-fe.tx.us; jw1801@comcast.net; walter.braun@sfisd.org; ckennelly@hitchcockpd.com; Rose, Derreck; Cherry, Don; Fisher, Jerry; Fullen, Jimmy; Montez, Mike; Matranga, Pam; Petteway, Terry; Comeaux, William; Poor, Freddie; rkerber@kemah-tx.com
  4068. Subject: RE: Proposed Draft of Galveston Police Association and BYLAWS
  4069.  
  4070.  
  4071.  
  4072. All,
  4073.  
  4074.  
  4075.  
  4076. No objections.  Excellent document.
  4077.  
  4078.  
  4079.  
  4080.  
  4081.  
  4082. Henry Porretto
  4083.  
  4084. Interim Chief of Police
  4085.  
  4086.  
  4087.  
  4088.  
  4089.  
  4090.  
  4091.  
  4092. From: Lisa Able [mailto:lable@texas-city-tx.org]
  4093. Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 12:05 PM
  4094. To: barry.logginssr@ic.fbi.gov; amclane@ci.jamaicabeach.tx.us; martinez@tamug.edu; rmorales@ci.dickinson.tx.us; bwieners@friendswood.com; leeroy_amador@gisd.org; michael.jez@lcpd.com; chief@clearlakeshores-tx.gov; r.aragon@ci.la-marque.tx.us; rsmiley@websterpd.com; rpierce@portofgalveston.com; kenneth@ci.santa-fe.tx.us; jw1801@comcast.net; walter.braun@sfisd.org; ckennelly@hitchcockpd.com; derreck.rose@co.galveston.tx.us; don.cherry@co.galveston.tx.us; jerry.fisher@co.galveston.tx.us; jimmy.fullen@co.galveston.tx.us; mike.montez@co.galveston.tx.us; pam.matranga@co.galveston.tx.us; terry.petteway@co.galveston.tx.us; william.comeaux@co.galveston.tx.us; Freddie.Poor@co.galveston.tx.us; Porretto, Henry; rkerber@kemah-tx.com
  4095. Subject: Proposed Draft of Galveston Police Association and BYLAWS
  4096.  
  4097.  
  4098.  
  4099.  
  4100.  
  4101.  
  4102.  
  4103. From: Robert Burby
  4104. Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 12:05 PM
  4105. To: Lisa Able
  4106. Subject: Proposed Draft of Galveston Police Association and BYLAWS
  4107.  
  4108.  
  4109.  
  4110.  To All Concerned,
  4111.  
  4112.  
  4113.  
  4114. The attached is a proposed the  Constitution and Bylaws for the tentative Galveston County Law Enforcement Executive Officers Association.
  4115.  
  4116.  
  4117.  
  4118. At this morning meeting, I suggested that we need to seriously consider  formally organizing this group into an “Official Association” and eventually obtain recognition from the Texas Chiefs of Police Association (TPCA).  We will be able to get more accomplished as an official sanctioned group rather than a group of respective Law Enforcement CEOs.
  4119.  
  4120.  
  4121.  
  4122. The following steps are necessary to get the ball rolling.  First, please take the time to review the attached document and provide any inputs, suggestion or recommendations you may have.  Also, the name is a proposed name only  and is not set in stone and feels free to offer suggestion on what this association should be titled.  Just for the record, the other Texas Chiefs/CEOs Associations throughout State have the similar Constitutions and BYLAWs. The attached document contains some of the same language.
  4123.  
  4124.  
  4125.  
  4126. Request you provide your inputs by July 30, 2011 and forward them to me via email.  Please mark “Reply to All” when sending comments regarding this document to keep everyone in the loop as well as provide group of the current status of the conversation.
  4127.  
  4128.  
  4129.  
  4130. Once all he inputs are received and discussed, I will provide each of your will a final copy for your review.  Hopefully we will be able to get this done prior to our next meeting which have not been set as of this date.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at (409)643-5750.
  4131.  
  4132.  
  4133.  
  4134. Respectfully,
  4135.  
  4136.  
  4137. Chief Burby
  4138.  
  4139.  
  4140.  
  4141.  
  4142.  From:           Toni Yeager on behalf of fwdcity        Sent:           Thu 7/21/2011 11:17 AM
  4143.  To:     Bob Wieners; Terry Byrd; James Toney; Kaz Hamidian; Cindy Edge; Morad Kabiri; Mary Perroni
  4144.  Cc:     
  4145.  Subject:        FW: Texas Federal Surplus Program - City of Friendswood #40960
  4146.  Attachments:    Update Form_rev_6-3-2011.doc(130KB)  Authorized Representatives_#40960 City of Friendswood.pdf(58KB)
  4147. View As Web Page
  4148.  
  4149. We have received the renewal notice from Texas Surplus Property and need to update our list of authorized representatives.  Currently we have the City Manager, plus the following:
  4150.  
  4151. Terry Byrd
  4152.  
  4153. Jimmy Holland
  4154.  
  4155. Luke Loeser
  4156.  
  4157. Darrell Niedert
  4158.  
  4159. Besides the obvious corrections, could you please let me know if you would like an authorized representative from your department added to the list?  Please include their title and phone number.
  4160.  
  4161. Thank you very much,
  4162.  
  4163. Tsy
  4164.  
  4165.  
  4166.  
  4167.  
  4168.  
  4169. Toni S. Yeager, CPS/CAP
  4170.  
  4171. Executive Secretary to the City Manager
  4172.  
  4173. City Manager’s Office
  4174.  
  4175. City of Friendswood
  4176.  
  4177. 910 S. Friendswood Dr.
  4178.  
  4179. Friendswood, TX 77546
  4180.  
  4181. Phone: 281-996-3258
  4182.  
  4183. Fax:     281-482-3722
  4184.  
  4185.  
  4186.  
  4187. From: megan.sorley@tfc.state.tx.us [mailto:megan.sorley@tfc.state.tx.us]
  4188. Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 2:53 PM
  4189. To: fwdcity; Roger Roecker
  4190. Subject: Texas Federal Surplus Program - City of Friendswood #40960
  4191.  
  4192.  
  4193.  
  4194.  
  4195. Good Afternoon,
  4196.  
  4197. The Texas Federal Surplus Program (FSP) makes federal surplus property available such as office & home furnishings, generators, dump trucks,  construction equipment, vehicles, testing equipment, mobile homes, and other property to participants of the program for fees well below the retail market value.  
  4198.  
  4199. At this time the attached "Update Form" is due for the City of Friendswood.  Also attached is a listing of the authorized representatives that we are showing for your organization.   In order for your account to remain active with FSP and be eligible to receive property, please complete the "Update Form" and return by email or fax to (512) 236-6173.
  4200.  
  4201. Please be advised, a signature is now required for each one of your authorized representatives.  They will not be allowed to receive property unless we have their signature on file.
  4202.  
  4203.                  
  4204.  
  4205. To see your warehouse locations and view the inventory go to:
  4206. http://www.tfc.state.tx.us/divisions/supportserv/prog/fedsurplus/index.html
  4207.  
  4208. You may want to add this link as a favorite on your computer so you can view federal property on a regular basis.
  4209.  
  4210. We appreciate your participation in the Texas Federal Surplus Property Program.
  4211.  
  4212.                                               TEXAS FEDERAL SURPLUS PROPERTY
  4213.                                  
  4214.  
  4215. Thank you,
  4216. Megan Sorley
  4217. Surplus Property
  4218. Texas Facilities Commission
  4219. Phone: (512) 463-4551
  4220. Fax: (512) 236-6173
  4221. megan.sorley@tfc.state.tx.us
  4222. http://www.tfc.state.tx.us
  4223.  
  4224. ***The Facilities Commission values customer service***  
  4225.  
  4226. Please Tell Us What You Think.  To provide feedback, please go to the following
  4227. Website:  http://portal.tfc.state.tx.us/survey/
  4228. We appreciate and value your input.
  4229.  
  4230.  
  4231.  From:           Josh Rogers     Sent:           Wed 7/20/2011 2:37 PM
  4232.  To:     Josh Rogers; Doug Lauersdorf (dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Chief (bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Michael Hurley (mhurley@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Luke Loeser (lloeser@ci.friendswood.tx.us); David Gonzales (dgonzales@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Johnny Guerrero (jguerrero@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Joshua Lewis (jlewis@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Justin Waggoner (jwaggoner@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Lisa Price (lprice@ci.friendswood.tx.us); PDRECORDS; Shari Burrows; FSU; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins; Christopher S. Ryan; Thomas J. Brouillard
  4233.  Cc:     
  4234.  Subject:        RE: English Colony Search Warrant
  4235.  Attachments:  
  4236. View As Web Page
  4237.  
  4238. Thanks to all who helped with this search warrant today.  Arguello, Arthur arrested Harris County POM, Possession PG 2 X(2), Possession of illegal firearm.  Bond Pending.
  4239.  
  4240.  
  4241.  
  4242. From: Josh Rogers
  4243. Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 2:26 PM
  4244. To: Doug Lauersdorf (dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Chief (bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Michael Hurley (mhurley@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Luke Loeser (lloeser@ci.friendswood.tx.us); David Gonzales (dgonzales@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Johnny Guerrero (jguerrero@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Joshua Lewis (jlewis@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Justin Waggoner (jwaggoner@ci.friendswood.tx.us); Lisa Price (lprice@ci.friendswood.tx.us); PDRECORDS; Shari Burrows; FSU; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  4245. Subject: English Colony Search Warrant
  4246.  
  4247.  
  4248.  
  4249.  
  4250.  
  4251.  From:           Lisa Able [lable@texas-city-tx.org]     Sent:           Wed 7/20/2011 12:04 PM
  4252.  To:     barry.logginssr@ic.fbi.gov; amclane@ci.jamaicabeach.tx.us; martinez@tamug.edu; rmorales@ci.dickinson.tx.us; Bob Wieners; leeroy_amador@gisd.org; michael.jez@lcpd.com; chief@clearlakeshores-tx.gov; r.aragon@ci.la-marque.tx.us; rsmiley@websterpd.com; rpierce@portofgalveston.com; kenneth@ci.santa-fe.tx.us; jw1801@comcast.net; walter.braun@sfisd.org; ckennelly@hitchcockpd.com; derreck.rose@co.galveston.tx.us; don.cherry@co.galveston.tx.us; jerry.fisher@co.galveston.tx.us; jimmy.fullen@co.galveston.tx.us; mike.montez@co.galveston.tx.us; pam.matranga@co.galveston.tx.us; terry.petteway@co.galveston.tx.us; william.comeaux@co.galveston.tx.us; Freddie.Poor@co.galveston.tx.us; hporretto@ci.galveston.tx.us; rkerber@kemah-tx.com
  4253.  Cc:     
  4254.  Subject:        Proposed Draft of Galveston Police Association and BYLAWS
  4255.  Attachments:    PROPOSED GALVESTON COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT BYLAWS.doc(50KB)
  4256. View As Web Page
  4257.  
  4258.  
  4259.  
  4260.  
  4261.  
  4262. From: Robert Burby
  4263. Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 12:05 PM
  4264. To: Lisa Able
  4265. Subject: Proposed Draft of Galveston Police Association and BYLAWS
  4266.  
  4267.  
  4268.  
  4269.  To All Concerned,
  4270.  
  4271.  
  4272.  
  4273. The attached is a proposed the  Constitution and Bylaws for the tentative Galveston County Law Enforcement Executive Officers Association.
  4274.  
  4275.  
  4276.  
  4277. At this morning meeting, I suggested that we need to seriously consider  formally organizing this group into an “Official Association” and eventually obtain recognition from the Texas Chiefs of Police Association (TPCA).  We will be able to get more accomplished as an official sanctioned group rather than a group of respective Law Enforcement CEOs.
  4278.  
  4279.  
  4280.  
  4281. The following steps are necessary to get the ball rolling.  First, please take the time to review the attached document and provide any inputs, suggestion or recommendations you may have.  Also, the name is a proposed name only  and is not set in stone and feels free to offer suggestion on what this association should be titled.  Just for the record, the other Texas Chiefs/CEOs Associations throughout State have the similar Constitutions and BYLAWs. The attached document contains some of the same language.
  4282.  
  4283.  
  4284.  
  4285. Request you provide your inputs by July 30, 2011 and forward them to me via email.  Please mark “Reply to All” when sending comments regarding this document to keep everyone in the loop as well as provide group of the current status of the conversation.
  4286.  
  4287.  
  4288.  
  4289. Once all he inputs are received and discussed, I will provide each of your will a final copy for your review.  Hopefully we will be able to get this done prior to our next meeting which have not been set as of this date.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at (409)643-5750.
  4290.  
  4291.  
  4292.  
  4293. Respectfully,
  4294.  
  4295.  
  4296. Chief Burby
  4297.  
  4298.  
  4299.  From:           Trey Hill [treyhill@sbcglobal.net]      Sent:           Wed 7/20/2011 11:43 AM
  4300.  To:     Jamie Hill; Adam Hill; Hub; Anita Hill; Robert Griffon; Bill Belcher; Clayton Johnson; MIKE williams; Bob Wieners; Jim Hill; Amos James Hill; Clay Tiller; Kirk Kaufhold; Scott Offenberger
  4301.  Cc:     
  4302.  Subject:        Texas Hunting truck
  4303.  Attachments:    photo.JPG(111KB)  ATT856191.txt(89B)
  4304. View As Web Page
  4305.  
  4306.  
  4307.  
  4308. <<photo.JPG>> <<ATT5154294.txt>>
  4309.  
  4310.  
  4311.  From:           Kilpatrick, Rondy [Rondy.Kilpatrick@dps.texas.gov]      Sent:           Tue 7/19/2011 3:24 PM
  4312.  To:     Bob Wieners
  4313.  Cc:     
  4314.  Subject:        Friendswood Approval 2011
  4315.  Attachments:    Friendswood Approval 2011.pdf(439KB)
  4316. View As Web Page
  4317.  
  4318. ALCON,
  4319.  
  4320.  
  4321.  
  4322. Login: TX12833
  4323.  
  4324.  
  4325.  
  4326. Here's the DRMS website https://www.drms.dla.mil/leso/LesoHome.html.  This site has a power point that can give you a tutorial on how to requisition equipment online https://www.drms.dla.mil/rtd03/leso/automation_103.ppt.  Please feel free to contact me if you need any help requesting equipment.  Thank you
  4327.  
  4328.  
  4329.  
  4330. Rondy Kilpatrick
  4331.  
  4332. SGT, TXARNG
  4333.  
  4334. TX 1033/1122 Program Administrator
  4335.  
  4336. (512) 424-2676 Desk
  4337.  
  4338. (512) 424-7590 Office
  4339.  
  4340. (512) 638-1635 Cell
  4341.  
  4342. (512) 424-7591 Fax
  4343.  
  4344. rondy.kilpatrick@dps.texas.gov
  4345.  
  4346.  
  4347.  
  4348.  
  4349.  
  4350.   From:          Joe Stepp [JEStepp@ci.pasadena.tx.us]   Sent:           Mon 7/18/2011 1:47 PM
  4351.  To:     Bob Wieners; chief@cityofshoreacres.us; ggrigg@deerparktx.org; chiefsavage@lakeviewpd.el-lago.com; adcoxk@laportetx.gov; policechief@morganspoint-tx.com; joey.cashiola@nassaubay.com; nholomon@seabrookpd-tx.com; tclaunch@websterpd.com
  4352.  Cc:     Eric.freed@baytown.org; Shari Burrows; Bud Corbett; Brian Powell; Craig Goodman; John Dombrowa; John Bangilan; Jerry Wright; Kevin Wingerson; K.W. Urban; M.C. Reiss; M. P. Jackson; Mike Thaler; Steven Skripka; Terry Anderson; isawtell@deerparktx.org; Kfindley@deerparktx.org; smassey@deerparktx.org; eprice@friendswood.tx.us; deardorffs@laportetx.gov; M Harris; swright@seabrookpd-tx.com
  4353.  Subject:        Disseminated Per Pasadena Police Chief M.Thaler-Potential Hazard to 1st Responders
  4354.  Attachments:    Turlington, Lester 08.14.46 SCBA-RTU UPDT 01_1.PDF(97KB)
  4355. View As Web Page
  4356. Dear Chiefs,  Re; Potential Threat to 1st Responders
  4357.  
  4358. Please find the updated summary information sheet on Lester Turlington.  More to follow as we get more updated information.
  4359.  
  4360. Thanks to Chief Adcox and his team at La Porte PD for providing timely input to the information sheet.
  4361. Joe
  4362.  
  4363.  
  4364.  
  4365.  
  4366. Joe Stepp
  4367. Lt. Col. , US Army (Retired)
  4368. Regional Threat & Intelligence Unit
  4369. Pasadena Police Department
  4370. 1114 Jeff Ginn, Pasadena, Texas 77506
  4371. Office: 713-475-4956
  4372. Fax: 713-477-4572
  4373. >>> Randel Merritt 7/16/2011 7:49 PM >>>
  4374. Dear Chiefs,
  4375.  
  4376. The attached PDF document is a a summary information sheet on a Lester Royal Turlington Jr. (dob 08-14-46).  Information compiled to date indicates Mr. Turlington is a potential threat to first responders in our region. This sheet is intended for distribution. Further investigation to develop a more comprehensive threat assessment is anticipated with more information to follow.  
  4377.  
  4378.  
  4379. Best regards,
  4380.  
  4381. Randy Merritt, Sergeant
  4382. Pasadena Police Department
  4383. South Channel Regional Threat Intelligence Unit
  4384.  
  4385.  
  4386. 713-539-7726
  4387.  
  4388.  
  4389.  
  4390.  
  4391.  
  4392.  From:           Michael Cordero         Sent:           Sun 7/17/2011 2:30 AM
  4393.  To:     Josh Rogers
  4394.  Cc:     Bob Wieners
  4395.  Subject:        Tazer Deployment #11-1420
  4396.  Attachments:  
  4397. View As Web Page
  4398.  
  4399. Last night we responded to a disturbance at Bay Meadows Apts. As officers entered the apartment the suspect ran onto second story balcony and jumped off fleeing on foot. During the escape both officers, Cramer and Epp deployed their Tazer, missing; only one probe contact each. The suspect fled into the Laura Lea Town homes. Alvin K-9 assisted and tracked him down. When the officers drew closer to him, he again fled on foot, where Officer Cramer deployed a second tazer, missing: one probe contact. The Alvin K-9 officer then deployed his Tazer, making good probe connection stopping the suspect, Joshua Steptoe B/M.
  4400.  
  4401.  
  4402.  
  4403. Cramer Tazer cartridge(s):
  4404.  
  4405. Spent: 35’ Lo9-069285 and 21’ T09-2359533
  4406.  
  4407. Issued: 35’ L09-089150 and 21’ C3100PAMR
  4408.  
  4409.  
  4410.  
  4411. Epp Tazer cartridge:
  4412.  
  4413. Spent: C3100P6X
  4414.  
  4415. Issued: C3100PH2W
  4416.  
  4417.  
  4418.  
  4419.  
  4420.  
  4421. Sergeant M. Cordero
  4422.  
  4423. Friendswood Police Department
  4424.  
  4425. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  4426.  
  4427. Friendswood, Texas
  4428.  
  4429. 281-996-3323-office
  4430.  
  4431. 281-428-9318 fax
  4432.  
  4433. mcordero@friendswood.com
  4434.  
  4435.  
  4436.  
  4437.  From:           tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info [tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info]     Sent:           Thu 7/14/2011 10:03 PM
  4438.  To:     Bob Wieners
  4439.  Cc:     Jimmy Holland; Cindy Edge
  4440.  Subject:        RE: Citizen Communication
  4441.  Attachments:  
  4442. View As Web Page
  4443. Thank you for your response Chief Wieners. I will be glad to pass on your information and suggestions to this citizen so she can decide what she would like to do in regards to making changes.
  4444.  
  4445. Regards,
  4446. Tina Wood
  4447. President
  4448.  
  4449.                              
  4450.                                        http://friendswoodanimaladvocates.org  
  4451.  
  4452.                                  
  4453.  
  4454.  
  4455.  
  4456.     -------- Original Message --------
  4457.     Subject: Re: Citizen Communication
  4458.     From: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  4459.     Date: Thu, July 14, 2011 9:53 pm
  4460.     To: <tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info>, "Jimmy Holland"
  4461.     <jholland@friendswood.com>, "Cindy Edge" <cedge@friendswood.com>
  4462.  
  4463.  
  4464.     Tina,
  4465.  
  4466.     Animal control officers as well as the shelter have limited hours due to funding level and associated constraints. A call out of an AC officer is 2 hours .... at time and a half. There has been call out criteria established consistent with call history and funding.
  4467.  
  4468.     The issue here is not one of being little help...it is an issue of budget constraints. If you desire to expand the hours of AC officers, the shelter or to fund more overtime for call out, please make your request to City Council. Budget discussions are now underway and this is the time to speak.
  4469.  
  4470.     While we want to meet expectations of the public at current service and funding levels. An expansion of service is a policy decision and a matter for citizens and council to decide.
  4471.  
  4472.     Please let me know if you have questions.
  4473.  
  4474.     Sent from my HTC smartphone on Sprint!
  4475.  
  4476.     ----- Reply message -----
  4477.     From: "tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info" <tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info>
  4478.     To: "Chief Wieners City of Friendswood" <Bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Captain Jimmy Holland FAC Advisory Board" <jholland@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Craig Baker FAC" <cbaker@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  4479.     Subject: Citizen Communication
  4480.     Date: Thu, Jul 14, 2011 21:28
  4481.  
  4482.  
  4483.     Chief Wieners, Captain Holland , and Craig:
  4484.  
  4485.     I'm passing along some information that was given to me this week. The public will contact Friendswood Animal Advocates when they are not able to contact someone at Friendswood Animal Control. Saturday, July 9 a Friendswood citizen contacted one of our members. This citizen had found two pit bulls running lose on 2351 and 518. Our member her told to contact Friendswood Animal Control. She did call and she said at first they weren't too helpful or wanting to pick up the dogs at that time. This was about 9:30pm on Saturday. She had to beg them to put the on call animal control officer on the phone and when she did speak to him, he said he would not pick up the dogs unless they were a threat to her safety (ie. vicious). He did offer that he would be at the shelter at 8am the next morning to feed the shelter animals and if she happened to be at the shelter, he'd take them.
  4486.  
  4487.     She put her own dogs in the front yard and put the pit bulls in the backyard overnight. The pit bulls were friendly and were co-operative in going for another car ride to the shelter where she was able to drop them off without incident.
  4488.  
  4489.  
  4490.     She felt as a tax payer there should be more assistance offered to her and other residents and was shocked at the lack of support.
  4491.  
  4492.  
  4493.     I did ask that she send her comments to Friendswood Police Department so the City would have her direct words on the experience.
  4494.  
  4495.     Regards,
  4496.     Tina Wood
  4497.     President
  4498.  
  4499.  
  4500.  
  4501.     http://friendswoodanimaladvocates.org
  4502.  
  4503.  
  4504.  
  4505.  
  4506.  
  4507.  
  4508.  
  4509.  From:           Michele Brown   Sent:           Thu 7/14/2011 5:46 PM
  4510.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Bryan Holmes; Burton Crawford; Carlos Granillo; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; Colin Rizzo; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean Spencer; Dean Spencer; Debbie Murphree; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Dustin A. Todd; Edmundo DeLacerda; Eric Price; Erik James. Reyna; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; Jimmy Holland; John J. Monnat; John L. Elliott; John T. Johnson; Johnny Guerrero; Jonathan D. Price; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Kathryn Mach; Kevin S. Crouch; Luke Loeser; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Monica M. Montoya; Nicholas D. McCanless; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge; Ryan Jenkins; Shaina Berry; Shawn J. Keesler; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D. Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs; Carol Hargis; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; KC Rodgers; Michele Brown; Mindy Sanchez; Nick Risch; Rachael Tamayo; Stella Muniz; Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Tammy Scroggins
  4511.  Cc:     
  4512.  Subject:        frank scalise
  4513.  Attachments:  
  4514. View As Web Page
  4515.  
  4516. Effective immediately,
  4517.  
  4518.  
  4519.  
  4520. Frank Scalise no longer works for the city and will not be allowed in the building unless he is escorted by someone from administration.
  4521.  
  4522.  
  4523.  
  4524. Michele Brown
  4525.  
  4526. Lead Communications Operator
  4527.  
  4528. Friendswood Police Department
  4529.  
  4530. 281.996.3315
  4531.  
  4532. www.ci.friendswood.tx.us
  4533.  
  4534.  
  4535.  
  4536.  From:           Matthew Wise    Sent:           Wed 7/13/2011 8:09 AM
  4537.  To:     Bob Wieners
  4538.  Cc:     
  4539.  Subject:        Fwd: Intel
  4540.  Attachments:  
  4541. View As Web Page
  4542.  
  4543.  
  4544. Sent from my iPhone
  4545.  
  4546. Begin forwarded message:
  4547.  
  4548. > From: "Nicholas D. McCanless" <nmccanless@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  4549. > Date: July 13, 2011 1:31:19 AM CDT
  4550. > To: "Nicholas D. McCanless" <nmccanless@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "FSU" <FSU@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  4551. > Subject: RE: Intel
  4552. >
  4553. > Here are a couple more names that were in his phone…..No recent text messages, but the text messages only went back till like the 23rd of June.  Also he told me that he was picking up from his guy about 2-3 times a day and averaged maybe 2-3 ounces a day.  So he was moving some pretty good weight! So leave it to the FSU to ruin all of these peoples HEROIN connect one again!!!!
  4554. >
  4555. >  
  4556. >
  4557. > Anthony Delgado
  4558. >
  4559. > Roberto Jimenez (Rabbit)
  4560. >
  4561. > Kelsey Gary
  4562. >
  4563. > Josh Galatas
  4564. >
  4565. > Jerrod Baker
  4566. >
  4567. > Michael Mulcahey
  4568. >
  4569. > Brandon Gibbs (519 Meadow Bend)
  4570. >
  4571. > Cali Schnuriger
  4572. >
  4573. >  
  4574. >
  4575. > Nick-
  4576. >
  4577. >  
  4578. >
  4579. >  
  4580. >
  4581. >  
  4582. >
  4583. > From: Nicholas D. McCanless
  4584. > Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 1:15 AM
  4585. > To: FSU
  4586. > Subject: Intel
  4587. >
  4588. >  
  4589. >
  4590. > Once again I would like to thank all of you for your help tonight, and I wanted to share a little intel on this case that yall may appreciate.  The total weight of the Heroin was 20 grams.  Me and Jerry interviewed Chancey and he gave it all up.  His guy lives in an apt behind the tire shop, and of course when I called to get a NOCC….. who would have known that the Heroin squad had it already.  I talked to the officer in the Heroin squad and I “think” were gonna work it together.  I came back to Friendswood and spent a little time going through Chancey’s phone.  I think you will all love to see the following list of names that Chancey is currently selling heroin to:
  4591. >
  4592. >  
  4593. >
  4594. > Brent Delaney (still living in College Station)
  4595. >
  4596. > Cody Watling (Jeff Cross’s phone)
  4597. >
  4598. > Layton Coulter (living off of Scarsdale)
  4599. >
  4600. > Rubin Salas
  4601. >
  4602. > Seamus Lamb
  4603. >
  4604. > Frank Viscaiello (San Miguel)
  4605. >
  4606. >  
  4607. >
  4608. > I’m sure there are more…………..  I was pretty impressed with that list.  He told me that “Fat Matt” was currently buying the most from him.  I have been messing with that dude all night!! The guy off of Winrock is a guy named Chase, his little business partner, and where most of the Heroin is sold out of.  I do remember Waldner telling me about a guy named Nick that sold Heroin off of the North side but I never did anything with it bcuz it seemed kind of a shady deal…..guess he was telling the truth seeing how he’s in Waldner’s phone.  Anyway, I will get the seizure knocked out on the Hummer with in the next day or two.  Thanks again for all of the help.
  4609. >
  4610. >  
  4611. >
  4612. > HPD Case # 090760711-K
  4613. >
  4614. > FPD Case # 11-1395
  4615. >
  4616. >  
  4617. >
  4618. > Nick-
  4619.  
  4620.  
  4621.  
  4622.  
  4623.  From:           Michael Hurley          Sent:           Mon 7/11/2011 7:21 AM
  4624.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  4625.  Cc:     
  4626.  Subject:        Arrest
  4627.  Attachments:  
  4628. View As Web Page
  4629.  
  4630. Kelly Mader, son of Toni Yeager, was arrested early this morning by Epp for DWI. He refused all tests. Toni is aware of the arrest and I and Barry have talked to her and explained what is going on. meh
  4631.  
  4632.  
  4633.  
  4634.  
  4635.  
  4636.  
  4637.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Sat 7/9/2011 2:49 PM
  4638.  To:     Billy Enochs; Mayor; Deirdre Brown; Jim Hill; John Scott; Mike Barker; Pat McGinnis
  4639.  Cc:     Arnold Polanco; Bob Wieners; Cindy Edge; Frank Manigold; James Toney; Karen Capps; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager
  4640.  Subject:        Council memo (Lundy Lane rezoning)
  4641.  Attachments:    Council memo (Lundy Lane rezoning).doc(60KB)
  4642. View As Web Page
  4643. The City Attorney has provided his opinion regarding the Lundy Lane property rezoning issue to help in your consideration Monday night.
  4644.  
  4645. Roger
  4646.  
  4647. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  4648. City Manager
  4649. City of Friendswood
  4650. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  4651. Friendswood, TX 77546
  4652. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  4653. Cell (281) 635-3074
  4654. Fax (281) 482-3722
  4655. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  4656.  
  4657. This communication is for informational purposes only.  To avoid potential violations of the Open Meetings Act, any reply to this email by a member of the City Council should be to the sender only.  Any response or other deliberation among members of the City Council should take place only during a duly posted and noticed meeting of the City Council.
  4658.  
  4659.  
  4660.  
  4661.  From:           Nick Haby       Sent:           Thu 7/7/2011 3:54 PM
  4662.  To:     Todd R. Yeager; Cindy Edge; Bob Wieners; Brian Mansfield; Terry Byrd
  4663.  Cc:     
  4664.  Subject:        FW: Extra DTAs
  4665.  Attachments:  
  4666. View As Web Page
  4667.  
  4668. All -
  4669.  
  4670. Roger asked me to draft a letter to Comcast expressing our disappointment in their new DTA policy (you can see Craig D'Agostini's e-mail below).  He hasn't seen it yet, and before he does I want to give ya'll the opportunity to review and let me know if you have any changes.  
  4671.  
  4672. Thanks
  4673.  
  4674.  
  4675. D_R_A_F_T
  4676.  
  4677. Craig -
  4678.  
  4679. We are disappointed that Comcast has taken this stance on your new DTA's.  As you know, Friendswood and many other governmental agencies responsible for emergency response operations rely upon the communication tools that Comcast provides, and to provide us with less than one month's notice of your new policy changes exhibits, in our opinion, a very poor relationship effort by Comcast.  These fees, however small, create a budget impact upon local jurisdictions in an environment where our emergency operations can not afford any more drain on our resources than absolutely necessary.  Unfortunately, we are left to believe that Comcast does not value the importance of providing the necessary resources to the critical emergency functions of the communities that you strive to serve.  
  4680.  
  4681. Also, as a matter of courtesy, please be aware that as the City's budget preparation continues, we are considering the implementation of a public utility service fee associated with public safety calls to utility facilities located within the City.
  4682.  
  4683. We will do our best to work with you in determining how many DTA boxes the City will need, and what we can pay for at this time.
  4684.  
  4685.  
  4686.  
  4687. -----Original Message-----
  4688. From: D'agostini, Craig [mailto:Craig_D'agostini@cable.comcast.com]
  4689. Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2011 12:48 PM
  4690. To: Nick Haby
  4691. Subject: Extra DTAs
  4692.  
  4693. Nick,
  4694.  
  4695. I met with our senior team today and we will be unable to provide extra DTAs at no cost above the three free DTAs we will provide per location.  Because we serve so many communities it would be unfair to make exceptions to the policy.  Also, we must have three DTAs per account because our billing system will only recognize three free DTAs per location.  Therefore, we can account for 5 or 6 free DTAs at one location and 1 or 2 free DTAs at another location.  This is how our billing system and all comcast systems are built for Xfinity. I apologize.  We should discuss how many the City is willing to pay for at City Hall and EOC.  I hope you understand and call me with questions.
  4696.  
  4697.  
  4698.  
  4699.  From:           Stephanie Galvan        Sent:           Thu 6/30/2011 1:36 PM
  4700.  To:     Bob Wieners; Josh Rogers; Luke Loeser; Jimmy Holland
  4701.  Cc:     PDRECORDS; Lisa Price
  4702.  Subject:        
  4703.  Attachments:    SCN_20110630131541_001.pdf(593KB)
  4704. View As Web Page
  4705.  
  4706.  
  4707.  
  4708. Chief,
  4709.  
  4710.  
  4711.  
  4712. We’ve received several complaints on a solicitor that has received a permit.  The company is Southwestern Company.  This company is staffed by college student(s) selling educational reference books.  The permit was issued on May 17, 2011 to Danielle Roose.  Miss Roose drives a Maroon Pontiac Grand AM IA LP/560WEF.
  4713.  
  4714.  
  4715.  
  4716. The complaints that we are receiving are that the solicitors are out soliciting at 8am and were out late last night at approximately 2140hrs.  In addition, the girls are not respecting the wishes of homeowners who have “No Soliciting” signs posted.
  4717.  
  4718.  
  4719.  
  4720. I found that since the issuance of the permits we have had five calls for service regarding this solicitor.  I’ve scanned the call slips for you and have attached them for your review.  In addition, I’ve attached some information regarding the company.  While doing the research on the company, I found that they are recognized by the BBB.  The company has an A+ rating.  In the past three years the company has received 48 consumer complaints, 19 of those closed in the past 12 months.  Thirty of those complaints were problems with Product/Service.
  4721.  
  4722.  
  4723.  
  4724. I advised my caller that should the solicitors not observe the rules of soliciting during the hours of 9am and 5pm, to please call.  In addition, if they experienced any other type of problems please call the police department.
  4725.  
  4726.  
  4727.  
  4728. I’m passing this information on to you in the event your office receives a phone call regarding this matter.  Please let me know if there is anything else you would like us to do or if you would like to have the permit overturned.
  4729.  
  4730.  
  4731.  
  4732.  
  4733.  
  4734. Thank you,
  4735.  
  4736.  
  4737.  
  4738. Stephanie Galvan
  4739.  
  4740. Records Specialist/Communications Operator
  4741.  
  4742. Friendswood Police Department
  4743.  
  4744. 281-996-3317
  4745.  
  4746.  
  4747.  
  4748.  
  4749.  
  4750.  From:           Bill Bender     Sent:           Wed 6/29/2011 11:03 AM
  4751.  To:     Bob Wieners
  4752.  Cc:     
  4753.  Subject:        FW: Critical Infrastructure Protection Case Study Announced!
  4754.  Attachments:  
  4755. View As Web Page
  4756.  
  4757. In Freeport, TX big brother is going to be watching you.
  4758.  
  4759.  
  4760.  From:           Texas Police Chiefs Association [info@texaspolicechiefs.org]    Sent:           Wed 7/6/2011 8:00 AM
  4761.  To:     Bob Wieners
  4762.  Cc:     
  4763.  Subject:        Ordinance re Dress Code
  4764.  Attachments:  
  4765. View As Web Page
  4766.  
  4767. Chief Reece Daniel of the Jacksonville PD advises his city council is considering passing an ordinance prohibiting baggy pants.  If anyone has passed such an ordinance, Chief Daniel would be interested in having a copy of the ordinance.  Please click on the link below if you can help Chief Daniel:
  4768.  
  4769. reece.daniel@jacksonvilletx.org
  4770.  
  4771.  
  4772.  
  4773.  
  4774.  From:           Mike's Tackle [mikestackle@comcast.net]         Sent:           Tue 7/5/2011 9:45 PM
  4775.  To:     Undisclosed-Recipient:;
  4776.  Cc:     
  4777.  Subject:        Colt Law Enforcement Marked AR15's
  4778.  Attachments:  
  4779. View As Web Page
  4780. I have recently been notified that all Law Enforcement/Government marked Colt AR15's will no longer be available to the civilian market. The Colt Defense group will still be building these rifles for law enforcement, Government, and export, but they will no longer sell them to the public. The Colt Mfg Co. will have the same rifle available but it will not have the "LE" designation or the "Law Enforcement/Government use, Export only" roll mark on it. The new rifle will have an "SP" roll mark instead of the "LE" roll mark.
  4781.  
  4782. I have a supplier that has placed a final order for LE6920's expecting delivery in early August. This same supplier currently has a few LE6940's in stock for immediate shipping. Many of you on this email have already purchased LE6920's from me and I appreciate your business. For those of you that have ever thought you would like to own one of these rifles this could be your last chance at one.
  4783.  
  4784. Both rifles have now taken a price increase due to the limited availability. The LE6920 is going to sell for $1,289.00 plus tax and the LE6940 will sell for $1,589.00 plus tax. I have a chance to reserve the LE6920's but need to know something ASAP to get you on the list. If you would like an LE6940 deliver can be as soon as 1 week right now.
  4785.  
  4786. Both of these rifles should only go up in value once final shipments are made and more people begin to realize they can no longer get one. If you have any questions or would like to talk about either of these rifles feel free to email or call me.
  4787.  
  4788.  
  4789. LE6920...................$1,289.00 plus tax.
  4790.  
  4791. LE6940..................$1,589.00 plus tax.
  4792.  
  4793.  
  4794. Again, thanks for your business and let me know if you would like one of these rifles before they are all gone.
  4795.  
  4796. Sincerely,
  4797. Mike
  4798. Mike's Tackle
  4799. 713-828-0202
  4800.  
  4801.  
  4802.  
  4803.  
  4804.   From:          Jimmy Holland   Sent:           Tue 6/28/2011 2:16 PM
  4805.  To:     Bob Wieners
  4806.  Cc:     KC Rodgers
  4807.  Subject:        FW: City Attorney visit
  4808.  Attachments:  
  4809. View As Web Page
  4810.  
  4811. Sir:
  4812.  
  4813.  
  4814.  
  4815. Good visit form Connie Acosta of the new law firm that has been hired by the City.
  4816.  
  4817.  
  4818.  
  4819. Please read KC’s e-mail below.
  4820.  
  4821.  
  4822.  
  4823. JMH#2202
  4824.  
  4825.  
  4826.  
  4827. From: KC Rodgers
  4828. Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 1:42 PM
  4829. To: Melinda Welsh
  4830. Cc: Jimmy Holland
  4831. Subject: City Attorney visit
  4832.  
  4833.  
  4834.  
  4835. Melinda,
  4836.  
  4837.  
  4838.  
  4839. Last week I asked you if I could contact our new City Attorney to ask questions about a juvenile court order I received. I made contact with Connie Acosta and during the email conversation we both thought it would be a good idea to have her come to the department and see our records management system (OSSI) to get a better understanding of our business here at the PD. She came by yesterday evening and I showed her OSSI and explained that we are on a shared system, etc. We discussed Open Records stuff too. I showed her our records drive with our form letters for briefs and we discussed our procedures for sending AG requests to her. I told her about the subpoenas I received and the expunction orders, orders sealing juvenile records, and restricted access notifications. We cleared up some questions I had about employee records; especially where they concern complaints on employees here at the PD. She really knows her stuff, that’s for sure! I’m very glad she’s going to be working with us on our AG opinions and all our other records-related tasks.
  4840.  
  4841.  
  4842.  
  4843. I did mention the FOIA software to her and showed her the website and how you (CSO) have improved our handling of ORRs through the use of this website. It got me thinking: why can’t she be added to the FOIA website and be notified of all the AG opinions? Does the software work that way? It would sure make things easier by having her notified when requests come her way. We could scan documents in there for her instead of faxing or emailing them separately. It would also shorten notification times and track all interaction between the City and the City Attorney where ORRs are concerned.
  4844.  
  4845.  
  4846.  
  4847. I wanted to update you on my contact with her and let you know I’m excited to be working with Connie.
  4848.  
  4849.  
  4850.  
  4851. KC Rodgers
  4852.  
  4853. Public Safety Information Services Supervisor
  4854.  
  4855. Friendswood Police Department
  4856.  
  4857. 281.996.3314 office
  4858.  
  4859. 281.996.3304 fax
  4860.  
  4861. kcrodgers@friendswood.com
  4862.  
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  4866.  
  4867.  From:           Roady, Jack [Jack.Roady@co.galveston.tx.us]     Sent:           Mon 6/27/2011 5:53 PM
  4868.  To:     Andy McLane; Bill Kerber; Bob Pierce; Charles Wiley; Clay Kennelly; Ed Lucas; Jerry Wright; Kenneth Campbell; Leeroy Amador; Michael W. Jez; Paul Shelley; Randall Aragon; Robert Burby; Bob Wieners; Rollie Ford; Ron Morales; Sam Martinez; Tom Engells; Walter Braun
  4869.  Cc:     
  4870.  Subject:        No-Refusal July 4th Weekend
  4871.  Attachments:    DWI July Four Invite Letter.pdf(491KB)
  4872. View As Web Page
  4873.  
  4874. Dear Chiefs:
  4875.  
  4876.  
  4877.  
  4878. I write to ask your assistance as we take part in the statewide No-Refusal July 4th Weekend.
  4879.  
  4880.  
  4881.  
  4882. Special Crimes Prosecutor Bill Reed has coordinated preparations for this event, which will take place in Galveston County this Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights from 8 pm through 4 am at the Dickinson Police Department.  (Special thanks go to Chief Morales for his hospitality.)  Bill has enlisted the cooperation of Judges Lonnie Cox, John Ellisor and Christopher Dupuy to approve and sign the blood search warrants, as well as nurses who will be present and ready to make the blood draws.
  4883.  
  4884.  
  4885.  
  4886. I’ve attached an invitation letter and resource guide from the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office and other agencies.  Please take a moment to email them at norefusal@cityofdwg.net to let them know of your agency’s participation in this event.
  4887.  
  4888.  
  4889.  
  4890. Remember, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8 pm through 4 am, please advise your officers to process all DWI investigations through the No-Refusal operations at the Dickinson Police Department.  Please contact Bill Reed (409-766-2489; after 5 pm: 409-256-2759) or me with any questions about the program.  Thanks in advance for your participation.
  4891.  
  4892.  
  4893.  
  4894. Best wishes,
  4895.  
  4896. Jack.
  4897.  
  4898.  
  4899.  
  4900. Jack Roady
  4901.  
  4902. Criminal District Attorney
  4903.  
  4904. Galveston County
  4905.  
  4906. 600 59th Street, Suite 1001
  4907.  
  4908. Galveston, TX  77551-4137
  4909.  
  4910. (409) 766-2355
  4911.  
  4912. (409) 765-3230 (fax)
  4913.  
  4914.  
  4915.  From:           Shari Burrows   Sent:           Wed 6/22/2011 8:27 AM
  4916.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  4917.  Cc:     
  4918.  Subject:         Chief suspended during credit card investigation
  4919.  Attachments:  
  4920. View As Web Page
  4921. Chief suspended during credit card investigation
  4922.  
  4923. By T.J. Aulds
  4924.  
  4925. The Daily News
  4926.  
  4927. Published June 22, 2011
  4928.  
  4929. BAYOU VISTA — The city council on Tuesday suspended police Chief Ed Lucas as the city looks to bring in an outside law enforcement agency to investigate what the mayor said was misuse of a city credit card by one of the chief’s men.
  4930.  
  4931. Lucas, who is not accused of improper use of the credit card, was suspended with pay pending the outcome of the investigation, Mayor Bobby Rosenquist said.
  4932.  
  4933. “It’s just better to stay above board and not have him in any way involved in this,” the mayor said of Lucas’ suspension.
  4934.  
  4935. Lucas could not be reached for comment late Tuesday night.
  4936.  
  4937. The suspension followed the mayor’s own investigation into discrepancies he found on the city’s credit card statements.
  4938.  
  4939. The mayor’s investigation led to the resignation of Lt. Norman Desormeaux, Lucas’ second in command and the man who managed the bulk of the city’s applications to federal emergency management authorities after Hurricane Ike in 2008.
  4940.  
  4941. Rosenquist would not say what specific discrepancies he found in the credit card statements. But the agenda read that the expenditures were for unauthorized gasoline purchases on the city’s credit card.
  4942.  
  4943. The council is scheduled to meet next week to discuss which law enforcement agency to approach to conduct the investigation, the mayor said.
  4944.  
  4945. The council also is expected to pick an interim police chief to run the department while Lucas is on suspension.
  4946.  
  4947.  
  4948.  
  4949.  
  4950.  
  4951.  
  4952.  From:           AlvinSecOff@aol.com [AlvinSecOff@aol.com]       Sent:           Wed 6/22/2011 6:50 AM
  4953.  To:     AlvinSecOff@aol.com
  4954.  Cc:     
  4955.  Subject:        1,400 years of inbreeding among Muslims
  4956.  Attachments:  
  4957. View As Web Page
  4958. GUYS,
  4959.    I DO BELIEVE THAT THIS GUY IS ONTO SOMETHING!!
  4960.  
  4961.    JESS
  4962.  
  4963. Subj: 1,400 years of inbreeding among Muslims
  4964.  
  4965.      
  4966.  
  4967.     Read the article and make up your own mind.  JHB
  4968.     Hi everyone, this very interesting one came in tonight  maybe it explains some of why the radical Muslims act so unreasonably brutal.  Are the fact true?  Don't know but if it is true that they have as a common practice of marrying first cousins, all kinds of problems can erupt.  OK, I looked at all my "hoax sites" but couldn't find anything.  But, just typing "1,400 years of inbreeding among Muslims" on Google results in a large number of articles discussing this topic.  Is Bryan Fischer for real?  Yep, See:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bryan_Fischer and other sites about him.
  4969.     Doc <°)))><
  4970.  
  4971.     Anyway, here's the article that came in:
  4972.      
  4973.      
  4974.  
  4975.          
  4976.  
  4977.          
  4978.  
  4979.  
  4980.  
  4981.         I admit that I have not studied the Koran or Quroan or whatever it is, nor do I intend to !!  I was subjected to enough of of their total nonsense as only a casual  observer in their part of the world :(      .... I only forward this for your reading pleasure and to add to our understanding of the Muslim world.  Sharing my opinion  that they need to stay in their own sandbox  instead of trying to inflict their insane beliefs and religion upon civilized people.    (Shucks, now they will call me an infidel)
  4982.          ..... JD
  4983.          
  4984.  
  4985.  
  4986.  
  4987.  
  4988.          
  4989.  
  4990.         Good article to help one understand.
  4991.  
  4992.         Bryan Fischer-Focal Point A huge Muslim problem: Inbreeding By Bryan Fischer
  4993.  
  4994.         Nicolai Sennels is a Danish psychologist who has done extensive research into a little-known problem in the Muslim world: the disastrous results of Muslim inbreeding brought about by the marriage of *first-cousins*.
  4995.  
  4996.         This practice, which has been prohibited in the Judeo-Christian tradition since the days of Moses, was sanctioned by Muhammad and has been going on now for 50 generations (1,400 years) in the Muslim world.
  4997.  
  4998.         This practice of inbreeding will never go away in the Muslim world, since Muhammad is the ultimate example and authority on all matters, including marriage.
  4999.  
  5000.         The massive inbreeding in Muslim culture may well have done virtually irreversible damage to the Muslim gene pool, including extensive damage to its intelligence, sanity, and health.
  5001.  
  5002.         According to Sennels, close to half of all Muslims in the world are inbred. In Pakistan , the numbers approach 70%. Even in England ,more than half of Pakistani immigrants are married to their first cousins, and in Denmark the number of inbred Pakistani immigrants is around 40%.
  5003.  
  5004.         The numbers are equally devastating in other important Muslim countries: 67% in Saudi Arabia , 64% in Jordan , and Kuwait , 63% inSudan, 60% in Iraq , and 54% in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar .
  5005.  
  5006.         According to the BBC, this Pakistani, Muslim-inspired inbreeding is thought to explain the probability that a British Pakistani family is more than 13 times as likely to have children with recessive genetic disorders. While Pakistanis are responsible for three percent of the births in the UK , they account for 33% of children with genetic birth defects.
  5007.  
  5008.         The risk of what are called autosomal recessive disorders such as cystic fibrosis and spinal muscular atrophy is 18 times higher and the risk of death due to malformations is 10 times higher.
  5009.  
  5010.         Other negative consequences of inbreeding include a 100 percent increase in the risk of stillbirths and a 50% increase in the possibility that a child will die during labor.
  5011.  
  5012.         Lowered intellectual capacity is another devastating consequence of Muslim marriage patterns. According to Sennels, research shows that children of consanguineous marriages lose 10-16 points off their IQ and that social abilities develop much slower in inbred babies.
  5013.  
  5014.         The risk of having an IQ lower than 70, the official demarcation for being classified as "retarded," increases by an astonishing 400 percent among children of cousin marriages.
  5015.  
  5016.         (Similar effects were seen in the Pharaonic dynasties in ancient Egypt and in the British royal family, where inbreeding was the norm for a significant period of time.)
  5017.  
  5018.         In Denmark , non-Western immigrants are more than 300 percent more likely to fail the intelligence test required for entrance into the Danish army.
  5019.  
  5020.         Sennels says that "the ability to enjoy and produce knowledge and abstract thinking is simply lower in the Islamic world." He points out that the Arab world translates just 330 books every year, about 20% of what Greece alone does.
  5021.  
  5022.         In the last 1,200 years of Islam, just 100,000 books have been translated into Arabic, about what Spain does in a single year. Seven out of 10 Turks have never even read a book.
  5023.  
  5024.         Sennels points out the difficulties this creates for Muslims seeking to succeed in the West. "A lower IQ, together with a religion that denounces critical thinking, surely makes it harder for many Muslims to have success in our high-tech knowledge societies."
  5025.  
  5026.         Only nine Muslims have ever won the Nobel Prize, and five of those were for the "Peace Prize." According to Nature magazine, Muslim countries produce just 10 percent of the world average when it comes to scientific research  (measured by articles per million inhabitants).
  5027.  
  5028.         In Denmark , Sennels' native country, Muslim children are grossly overrepresented among children with special needs. One-third of the budget for Danish schools is consumed by special education, and anywhere from 51% to 70% of retarded children with physical handicaps in Copenhagen have an immigrant background.
  5029.  
  5030.         Learning ability is severely affected as well. Studies indicated that 64% of school children with Arabic parents are still illiterate after 10 years in the Danish school system. The immigrant drop-out rate in Danish high schools is twice that of the native-born.
  5031.  
  5032.         Mental illness is also a product. The closer the blood relative, the higher the risk of schizophrenic illness. The increased risk of insanity may explain why more than 40% of the patients in Denmark 's biggest ward for clinically insane criminals have an immigrant background.
  5033.  
  5034.         The U.S. Is not immune. According to Sennels, "One study based on 300,000 Americans shows that the majority of Muslims in the USA have a lower income, are less educated, and have worse jobs than the population as a whole."
  5035.  
  5036.         Sennels concludes:
  5037.  
  5038.         There is no doubt that the wide spread tradition of first cousin marriages among Muslims has harmed the gene pool among Muslims.Because Muslims' religious beliefs*** prohibit marrying non-Muslims and thus prevents them from adding fresh genetic material to their population, the genetic damage done to their gene pool since their prophet allowed first cousin marriages 1,400 years ago are most likely massive. (This has produced) overwhelming direct and indirect human and societal consequences.
  5039.  
  5040.         ** We must NEVER forget that Islam is first and foremost a POLITICAL IDEOLOGY, DICTATED BY ONE MAN. THIS, IPSO FACTO, MAKES IT A VERITABLE CULT.The "religious" part is but a minor component of the belief system.*
  5041.  
  5042.         Bottom line: Islam is not simply a benign and morally equivalent alternative to the Judeo-Christian tradition. As Sennels points out, the first and biggest victims of Islam are Muslims. Simple Christian compassion for Muslims and a common-sense desire to protect Western civilization from the ravages of Islam dictate a vigorous opposition to the spread of this dark and dangerous religion***. These stark realities must be taken into account when we establish public polices dealing with immigration from Muslim countries and the building of mosques in the U.S.
  5043.         **Belief system*
  5044.  
  5045.         Let's hope America wakes up before a blind naivete about the reality of Islam destroys what remains of our Judeo-Christian culture and our domestic tranquility.
  5046.  
  5047.  
  5048.  
  5049.  
  5050.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Tue 6/21/2011 4:23 PM
  5051.  To:     Archie Mizell; Stephen E. Eades; Henry P. Holesovsky; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Andrew C. Whittaker; Jeremy D. Epp; Jason S. Galaviz; Veronica Segovia; Suzanne A. Sampson; Michael L. Scambray; Erik James. Reyna; Ryan Jenkins; Kathryn Mach; Matthew Wise; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Josh Rogers
  5052.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Jimmy Holland; Shari Burrows; Michael Hurley
  5053.  Subject:        Command Assessment Interviews
  5054.  Attachments:    Command Assessment Interviews(40KB)
  5055. View As Web Page
  5056.  
  5057. Command Assessment Interviews
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  5078. Wednesday
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  5086. 22-Jun-11
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  5089. 24-Jun-11
  5090.  
  5091. Mizell, Archie
  5092.        
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  5094.  
  5095.        
  5096.  
  5097. 1:00 p.m.
  5098.  
  5099. Eades, Stephen
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  5107. Holesovsky, Henry
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  5147. Segovia, Veronica
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  5179. Reyna, Erik
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  5219. Senter, Dennis
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  5227. Lauersdorf, Doug
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  5243. Rogers, Josh
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  5246. 8:30 a.m.
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  5256.  
  5257.  From:           Mahood, Jim [James.Mahood@h-gac.com]    Sent:           Thu 6/16/2011 3:12 PM
  5258.  To:     Criminal Justice
  5259.  Cc:     
  5260.  Subject:        FY12 Priority Lists for JX and CX
  5261.  Attachments:    a1_Criminal Justice Funds FY2012 (JX and CX).doc(256KB)
  5262. View As Web Page
  5263.  
  5264. To all FY 2012 applicants for General Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Programs Solicitation (JX) and Criminal Justice Programs Solicitation (CX) funds:
  5265.  
  5266.  
  5267.  
  5268. The scoring results from the recent JX and CX Criminal Justice Priority Hearings, as conducted by the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC), are attached.  This document has been sent to H-GAC’s Board of Directors and contains the following three components:
  5269.  
  5270. ·         Narrative explaining the results
  5271.  
  5272. ·         Priority List for JX applications
  5273.  
  5274. ·         Priority List for CX applications
  5275.  
  5276.  
  5277.  
  5278. On each Priority List the applications appear in the following order:
  5279.  
  5280. 1.     non-competing continuation projects, in order of rank from previous year (FY 2011)
  5281.  
  5282. 2.     competing continuation projects, in descending score order
  5283.  
  5284. 3.     competing new projects, in descending score order
  5285.  
  5286.  
  5287.  
  5288. The priority recommendations as represented in the Lists will be presented to the H-GAC Projects Review Committee on Tuesday, June 21st, 2011, at 9:45 a.m. in conference Room A on the second floor at the H-GAC Offices.  The recommendations of this committee will be presented to the H-GAC Board of Directors at 10:00 a.m. the same day.  Subsequent to H-GAC approval, the recommendations will be submitted to the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division (CJD).
  5289.  
  5290.  
  5291.  
  5292. You are welcome to attend these public meetings, but it is not mandatory.  Please give notice to H-GAC staff by noon on Monday, June 20th, if you wish to appeal the CJAC recommendations to the Projects Review Committee.  Contact Madeline McGallion and Jim Mahood at madeline.mcgallion@h-gac.com and james.mahood@h-gac.com.
  5293.  
  5294.  
  5295.  
  5296. Free parking is available.  The first level visitor parking has a two-hour time limit.  Please park in an unassigned parking space on a higher level in the garage if you anticipate a stay of greater than two hours.
  5297.  
  5298.  
  5299.  
  5300. Now a word about the funding picture for FY 2012.  As we all have known and discussed, the coming year will see significant cuts in one or more of the funding sources into which your application will be placed.  H-GAC has not yet received any confirmation on how much these cuts will be in any of these funding sources, or even where your application will end up.  Thus, there is no way to estimate where the funding line may fall.  We thank you in advance for your patience in waiting for notice from CJD, which we hope will be by September 1st, 2011.
  5301.  
  5302.  
  5303.  
  5304. Regards,
  5305.  
  5306. The Criminal Justice Team, H-GAC
  5307.  
  5308.  
  5309.  
  5310. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, H-GAC will provide for reasonable accommodations for persons attending H-GAC functions.  Requests should be received by H-GAC 24 hours prior to the function.
  5311.  
  5312.  
  5313.  
  5314.  
  5315.  From:           Deirdre Brown   Sent:           Wed 6/8/2011 6:12 AM
  5316.  To:     Bob Wieners; Roger Roecker
  5317.  Cc:     
  5318.  Subject:        RE: Galloway
  5319.  Attachments:  
  5320. View As Web Page
  5321. Right, just giving a heads up.  Several neighbors over the years have sent their kids there.
  5322.  
  5323. Best Regards --
  5324.  
  5325. Deirdre Carey Brown
  5326. City Councilmember Position No. 6
  5327. 832-367-5722 (cell)
  5328. 713-615-8507 (work)
  5329. dbrown@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  5330.  
  5331. This e-mail contains thoughts and opinions of Deirdre Carey Brown and does not represent official city policy or an official decision or view of Friendswood City Council.  Nothing herein is a directive or orders to staff, City officers, the public or any other party although there may be requests for information, suggested actions and other inquiries. Any response to this e-mail is at the sole discretion of the recipient.  Nothing herein is confidential and communications with councilmembers are subject to the open records laws, with the exception of any correspondence that would be deemed confidential under other applicable law.
  5332.  
  5333.  
  5334. From: Bob Wieners
  5335. Sent:
  5336. To: Deirdre Brown; Roger Roecker; Bob Wieners
  5337. Subject: Re: Galloway
  5338.  
  5339.  
  5340. Deidre,
  5341.  
  5342. Thanks for the heads up. The police department was called by the principal to escort the employee who was terminated off campus. Unfortunately, we have to respond to situations on a regular basis that are contentious.
  5343.  
  5344. As you know, the employee/employer issues and allegations of harassment are civil issues that need to be addressed by the parties involved. Once terminated, the former employee had no legal standing to be on campus. School was in session and this probably was a factor in the call for service.
  5345.  
  5346. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  5347.  
  5348.  
  5349.  
  5350. ----- Reply message -----
  5351. From: "Deirdre Brown" <dbrown@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  5352. Date: Tue, Jun 7, 2011 06:32
  5353. Subject: Galloway
  5354. To: "Roger Roecker" <rroecker@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  5355.  
  5356. As a FYI, there have been a number of questions regarding the police department's involvement in escorting a fired teacher out of the school especially given the allegations of harassment raised by the teacher.  There is an article on the issue in the Bay Area Citizen although I do not think that article is in the Friendswood Journal.
  5357.  
  5358. Best Regards --
  5359.  
  5360. Deirdre Carey Brown
  5361. City Councilmember Position No. 6
  5362. 832-367-5722 (cell)
  5363. 713-615-8507 (work)
  5364. dbrown@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  5365.  
  5366. This e-mail contains thoughts and opinions of Deirdre Carey Brown and does not represent official city policy or an official decision or view of Friendswood City Council.  Nothing herein is a directive or orders to staff, City officers, the public or any other party although there may be requests for information, suggested actions and other inquiries. Any response to this e-mail is at the sole discretion of the recipient.  Nothing herein is confidential and communications with councilmembers are subject to the open records laws, with the exception of any correspondence that would be deemed confidential under other applicable law.
  5367.  
  5368.  
  5369.  
  5370.  
  5371.  From:           Michele Brown   Sent:           Tue 6/7/2011 7:44 PM
  5372.  To:     Bob Wieners; Michael L. Scambray; Shari Burrows; Matthew Wise; Josh Rogers
  5373.  Cc:     
  5374.  Subject:        squires
  5375.  Attachments:    squires.doc(47KB)
  5376. View As Web Page
  5377. i have received notification of a petition for expunction for the attached case/name
  5378.  
  5379. she is petitioning for expunction of the following
  5380.  
  5381. assault causing bodily injury fv out of league city
  5382. possession of a dangerous drug class a misd out of league city
  5383. possession of narcotic paraphernalia out of friendswood
  5384. public intoxication out of friendswood
  5385.  
  5386. the court date is July 7th, 2011 if you choose to protest it.  I have the petition of expunction in my office if you would like to review it.  the 2007 only shows an arrest for the drug charge and is in the old system.  thanks.
  5387.  
  5388. Michele
  5389.  
  5390.  
  5391.  
  5392.  
  5393.  From:           Matthew Wise    Sent:           Tue 6/7/2011 3:02 PM
  5394.  To:     Bob Wieners
  5395.  Cc:     
  5396.  Subject:        FW: Scott Austin Turner 10CR3788
  5397.  Attachments:  
  5398. View As Web Page
  5399.  
  5400.  
  5401.  
  5402.  
  5403.  
  5404.  
  5405.  
  5406.  
  5407.  
  5408. Sergeant Matthew Wise
  5409.  
  5410. Criminal Investigation Division
  5411.  
  5412. Friendswood Police Department
  5413.  
  5414. Office: 281-996-3341
  5415.  
  5416. Fax: 281-993-1235
  5417.  
  5418. mwise@friendswood.com
  5419.  
  5420.  
  5421.  
  5422. "WeServe By Choice, Not By Chance" - LEMIT Class #56
  5423.  
  5424. From: Nicholas D. McCanless
  5425. Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 8:59 PM
  5426. To: Matthew Wise; Josh Rogers
  5427. Subject: Fwd: Scott Austin Turner 10CR3788
  5428.  
  5429.  
  5430.  
  5431.  
  5432.  
  5433. Sent from my iPhone
  5434.  
  5435.  
  5436. Begin forwarded message:
  5437. >
  5438. > From: "Campbell, James Reese" <Reese.Campbell@co.galveston.tx.us>
  5439. > Date: June 6, 2011 10:36:22 AM CDT
  5440. > To: <nmccanless@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  5441. > Subject: Scott Austin Turner 10CR3788
  5442. >
  5443. > Officer, I was given the cases on Scott Turner from Adam Poole.  We offered Turner felony probation on his new graffiti case in exchange for a dismissal of the drug offense.  This was done to ensure he received a felony probation and to make sure the school recovered the restitution for the damage.  I understand that he was working with you on contract but failed so I was sure you would want to know what happened to the cases.  Call me anytime if you have any questions.
  5444. >
  5445. >  
  5446. >
  5447. > Reese
  5448. >
  5449. >  
  5450. >
  5451. >  
  5452. >
  5453. > J. Reese Campbell, Assistant
  5454. >
  5455. > Criminal District Attorney
  5456. >
  5457. > 600 59th Street, Suite 1001
  5458. >
  5459. > Galveston, TX 77551-4137
  5460. >
  5461. > Phone: 409.766.2480
  5462. >
  5463. > Fax: 409.766.2523
  5464. >
  5465. >  
  5466. >
  5467. >  
  5468. >
  5469. >  
  5470. >
  5471. > This e-mail is the work product of the Galveston County Criminal District Attorney's Office prepared in anticipation of or in the course of preparing for criminal litigation. This e-mail reflects the mental impressions or legal reasoning of an attorney representing the State of Texas or his staff.  This e-mail is not subject to public disclosure without the express permission of the Galveston County Criminal District Attorney or his designated representative.
  5472.  
  5473.  
  5474.  
  5475.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Mon 6/6/2011 5:34 AM
  5476.  To:     Bob Wieners
  5477.  Cc:     
  5478.  Subject:        RE: Promotion Exam Issues
  5479.  Attachments:  
  5480. View As Web Page
  5481. Holy crap! $6800, are you kidding me? We are going to have to discuss where the money is coming from because Administration doesn't have it and that is where we usually take promotional testing from.  And, we had to supply them with the books....I will send her an invoice.  Am I the only one who thinks this price is ridiculous? Wow!
  5482.  
  5483. From: Bob Wieners
  5484. Sent: Mon 6/6/2011 12:16 AM
  5485. To: Lisa Price
  5486. Subject: Fwd: Promotion Exam Issues
  5487.  
  5488.  
  5489.  
  5490. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  5491.  
  5492. ----- Forwarded message -----
  5493. From: "Vicki King" <vme.vicki.king@gmail.com>
  5494. Date: Sun, Jun 5, 2011 23:16
  5495. Subject: Promotion Exam Issues
  5496. To: "bwieners@friendswood.com" <bwieners@friendswood.com>
  5497. Cc: "Mary Lentschke" <mlent4097@gmail.com>
  5498.  
  5499.  
  5500.  
  5501.  
  5502.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Fri 6/3/2011 5:12 PM
  5503.  To:     Dennis Senter; Michael L. Scambray; Michael Cordero; Chris Scofield; Ryan Jenkins; Josh Rogers
  5504.  Cc:     Jimmy Holland; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  5505.  Subject:        Theft inside the PD
  5506.  Attachments:  
  5507. View As Web Page
  5508.  
  5509. Dear Patrol Supervisors:
  5510.  
  5511.  
  5512.  
  5513. It was brought to my attention today that rolls of toilet paper and paper towels are going missing from the mechanical room and bathrooms.  In fact, someone has gone around to all of the bathrooms, including the lobby and over in the court office, and taken the extra toilet paper rolls.  It was reported by the cleaning crew today and until I can have Captain Holland review the cameras, I ask that you keep your eyes out for anyone walking out with the toiletry supplies.
  5514.  
  5515.  
  5516.  
  5517. Officer Lisa Price
  5518.  
  5519. Friendswood Police Department
  5520.  
  5521. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  5522.  
  5523. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  5524.  
  5525. 281-996-3313
  5526.  
  5527. 281-482-9318 fax
  5528.  
  5529. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  5530.  
  5531.  
  5532.  
  5533.  From:           AlvinSecOff@aol.com [AlvinSecOff@aol.com]       Sent:           Fri 6/3/2011 12:48 AM
  5534.  To:     AlvinSecOff@aol.com
  5535.  Cc:     
  5536.  Subject:        ;~) Would-be Chilean terrorist accidentally blows self up
  5537.  Attachments:  
  5538. View As Web Page
  5539. GUYS,
  5540.    HILARIOUS VIDEO.........STAGGERING AROUND LIKE "WTF??", AND WHO KNEW A TERRORIST COULD BURN SO BRIGHTLY!!
  5541.  
  5542.    SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS! (THUS ALWAYS TO TYRANTS!)
  5543.  
  5544.    JESS;~))))
  5545. Click here: Would-be Chilean terrorist accidentally blows self up - NYPOST.com
  5546.  
  5547.  
  5548.  
  5549.  From:           Melinda Welsh   Sent:           Thu 6/2/2011 8:21 PM
  5550.  To:     Bob Wieners
  5551.  Cc:     Lisa Price
  5552.  Subject:        FW: 2 of 3/Memorial Day Ceremony pictures
  5553.  Attachments:    DSC06814.jpg(272KB)  DSC06824.jpg(433KB)
  5554. View As Web Page
  5555. Awesome picture of you and great one of everyone!!  Jeff Newpher with the Journal took them.  I just thought I'd share.
  5556.  
  5557. Melinda Welsh, TRMC
  5558. City Secretary
  5559. City of Friendswood
  5560. 281-996-3270
  5561. (Fax) 281-482-1634
  5562. mwelsh@friendswood.com
  5563. "This e-mail contains thoughts and opinions of Melinda Welsh and does not represent official city policy"
  5564. It's not what you leave behind that matters, it is what you send ahead
  5565. ATTENTION PUBLIC OFFICIALS! A "Reply to All" of this e-mail could lead to violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act. Please reply only to the sender.
  5566. From: Jeffrey Newpher [mailto:jnewpher@hcnonline.com]
  5567. Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 1:11 PM
  5568. To: Lucy Woltz; Melinda Welsh
  5569. Subject: 2 of 3
  5570.  
  5571.  
  5572.  
  5573.  
  5574.  
  5575.  
  5576.   From:          Melinda Welsh   Sent:           Thu 6/2/2011 7:01 PM
  5577.  To:     Kimberly Ramirez; Mona Miller; Aubrey Harbin; Mary Keever; Glenda C. Faulkner; Cindy Edge; Genie Balderaz; Jimmy Holland
  5578.  Cc:     Todd R. Yeager; Bob Wieners; James Toney; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Morad Kabiri; Roger Roecker; Terry Byrd; Dawn King; Lisa McNelley; Michelle A. Perez; Sharon Parks
  5579.  Subject:        Committee Agendas
  5580.  Attachments:  
  5581. View As Web Page
  5582. The IT Department would like for us to post agendas on the new website a little differently to save space.  After you bring your hard copy agendas to our office for signature and posting, please e-mail the Word version to the person in our office that you handed your agenda to, as well as Sharon Parks.  We will convert your Word version to Adobe to place it on the website.  We will no longer have executed/signed agendas on the website but will post the Adobe converted agenda with no signatures.  Let us know if you have any questions and please forward to others in your office that handle this task in your absence.
  5583.  
  5584. Thank you,
  5585. Melinda Welsh, TRMC
  5586. City Secretary
  5587. City of Friendswood
  5588. 281-996-3270
  5589. (Fax) 281-482-1634
  5590. mwelsh@friendswood.com
  5591. "This e-mail contains thoughts and opinions of Melinda Welsh and does not represent official city policy"
  5592. It's not what you leave behind that matters, it is what you send ahead
  5593. ATTENTION PUBLIC OFFICIALS! A "Reply to All" of this e-mail could lead to violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act. Please reply only to the sender.
  5594.  
  5595.  
  5596.  
  5597.  
  5598.   From:          Roger Roecker   Sent:           Thu 6/2/2011 11:10 AM
  5599.  To:     Billy Enochs; Mayor; Deirdre Brown; Jim Hill; John Scott; Mike Barker; Pat McGinnis
  5600.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Cindy Edge; Frank Manigold; James Toney; Karen Capps; Kaz Hamidian; Mary Perroni; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Nick Haby; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager
  5601.  Subject:        FW: June 6 agenda-C&PA-City Attorney
  5602.  Attachments:    AI Form - Brown AI_aNNUAL CITY ATTORNEY.doc(45KB)  AI Form - Hill City Attorney.doc(42KB)  Ross-Banks-May-Cron-Cavin PC.pdf(1MB)  Gregg-Gregg Attorneys at Law.pdf(1MB)  Olson-Olson LLP.pdf(1MB)  Wight vs COF Invoices 2010 06 01.xls(20KB)
  5603. View As Web Page
  5604.  
  5605. This item is on the draft agenda under C&PA at the request of Councilmember Brown and Mayor Pro Tem Hill:
  5606.  
  5607. Regarding City legal services including:
  5608.  
  5609. 1) RFP for City Attorney and selecting City Attorney for City of Friendswood including and/or reaffirming current counsel will remain as City Attorney including but not limited to designating a City Attorney, discussing potential transition issues and/or designating parties to oversee transition.
  5610.  
  5611. 2) Update on pending litigation status or pending litigation matters so that public and Council are advised regarding the multiple matters.
  5612.  
  5613. 3) Scheduling time for when tax collection counsel can provide quarterly updates on pending tax litigation, if any, and/or requesting written litigation reports on status of all litigation be provided to council
  5614.  
  5615. <<AI Form - Brown AI_aNNUAL CITY ATTORNEY.doc>> <<AI Form - Hill City Attorney.doc>> <<Ross-Banks-May-Cron-Cavin PC.pdf>> <<Gregg-Gregg Attorneys at Law.pdf>> <<Olson-Olson LLP.pdf>> <<Wight vs COF Invoices 2010 06 01.xls>>
  5616.  
  5617. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  5618.  
  5619. City Manager
  5620.  
  5621. City of Friendswood
  5622.  
  5623. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  5624.  
  5625. Friendswood, TX 77546
  5626.  
  5627. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  5628.  
  5629. Cell (281) 635-3074
  5630.  
  5631. Fax (281) 482-3722
  5632.  
  5633. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  5634.  
  5635.  
  5636.  
  5637.  
  5638.   From:          Shari Burrows   Sent:           Wed 6/1/2011 8:25 PM
  5639.  To:     Bob Wieners
  5640.  Cc:     
  5641.  Subject:        FW: Friendswood scheme
  5642.  Attachments:  
  5643. View As Web Page
  5644.  
  5645. Very good.
  5646.  
  5647. -----Original Message-----
  5648. From: Jeffrey Newpher [mailto:jnewpher@hcnonline.com]
  5649. Sent: Wed 6/1/2011 5:32 PM
  5650. To: Bob Wieners
  5651. Subject: Friendswood scheme
  5652.  
  5653. See you about 10:30. Jeff
  5654. HOUSTON - Adrian Levale Cole and Albert Terrance Watkins, both of Houston, have been sentenced to prison for their roles in a multi-million-dollar mortgage fraud scheme, United States Attorney José Angel Moreno announced Wednesday (June 1).
  5655. Cole, 40, owned and operated the "fictitious" companies AC Homes and WT Homes and generated more than $10 million in fraudulent home loan submissions at and through Phantom Marketing, Capri Mortgage, and United National Mortgage by recruiting borrowers with good credit in Houston and the surrounding area. He pleaded guilty to wire fraud and false representation of Social Security numbers in June 2010. Today, United States District Judge David Hittner sentenced Cole to a 108-month term of incarceration to be followed by a three-year term of supervised release.
  5656. Watkins, 47, who devised the scheme with Cole to purchase multiple residential properties in the greater Houston area through fraudulent mortgage loans, was sentenced to 150 months' incarceration by United States District Judge David Hittner. Watkins' role in the scheme was two-fold. He was both a recruiter of borrowers with good credit on behalf of Phantom Marketing and a loan processor at Capri Mortgage and subsequently at United National Mortgage. Watkins pleaded guilty in June 2010 to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Judge Hittner has also imposed a three-year term of supervised release to be served by Watkins upon completion of his prison term.
  5657. The investigation leading to the charges was the result of a joint investigation conducted by agents of the FBI, Friendswood Police Department, Internal Revenue Service - Criminal Investigations and the Social Security Administration - Office of Inspector General. Assistant United States Attorneys Melissa J. Annis and Carolyn Ferko prosecuted the case.
  5658. The scheme involved the borrowers with good credit to agree and to apply for home mortgage loans from multiple lenders, with the understanding that they would not be responsible for the monthly mortgage payments-rather, Phantom Marketing would make all payments on all loans. Watkins explained to the borrowers that the portions of the approved loan proceeds from the purchased homes would go to them and/or Watkins and/or Cole and others. As was true of most of the other loans that were part of this scheme, only the first few monthly mortgage payments were made, and then the mortgage loans went into default for non-payment.
  5659. Specifically, as related to Cole and his counts of conviction, in December 2004 Cole purchased a Houston residential property for $110,000, an "inflated" sales price, using a false Social Security number belonging to a minor on the home mortgage loan application with a "created" line of credit that was ultimately approved for $99,000. Loan funds from the bank account of the lender, People's Choice Home Loans Inc., were wired into the bank account of the title company. Out of the loan proceeds, a check in the amount of $69,100 issued to AC Homes, Cole's company, as a "Contractor Loan." No construction work of any kind was ever done by AC Homes on that property located in Houston. On June 23, 2005, Cole sold this property to a "straw purchaser," who purchased it for a greater "inflated" sales price of $150,000. According to the title file, $105,000 went to pay off Cole mortgage loan and $39,551.33 cash went to seller, Cole. No improvements were ever done to this property. The straw buyer defaulted on $150,000 in loans and the loss to bank, after resale of the foreclosed home, has been determined to be $105,128.
  5660. In addition to the prison terms, Judge Hittner has also ordered Cole and Watkins to pay restitution, jointly and severally, to various financial institutions who are currently the servicers of the loans as a result of the bankruptcy and closure of the now defunct, initial lenders. The final amount of restitution will be determined by the court within 90 days.
  5661.  
  5662.  
  5663.  
  5664.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Wed 6/1/2011 9:40 AM
  5665.  To:     lonestar@akamail.com
  5666.  Cc:     
  5667.  Subject:        RE: Questions, Requests & Concerns
  5668.  Attachments:  
  5669. View As Web Page
  5670.  
  5671. To file any complaint with the Municipal Court, you must submit a
  5672. completed Affidavit. An Affidavit is a sworn statement of fact. The
  5673. affidavit describes the event in a factual manner. The affidavit is used
  5674. to determine probable cause. "Probable cause is the facts that would
  5675. lead a person of reasonable Caution to believe that an offense has been
  5676. committed and that the Person being accused committed the offense."
  5677.  
  5678. Art. 45.018, C.C.P. The complaint must show that the accused committed
  5679. an offense against the laws of this state and must assert that the
  5680. affiant has good reason to believe and does believe that the accused
  5681. committed an offense. It may be helpful in processing your complaint if
  5682. you provide a photograph of the illegally parked car.
  5683.  
  5684. Once the summons is sent and a plea is made, a court date may be set and
  5685. you will be required to appear in court.  The burden of proof in our
  5686. judicial system is on the complainant.  Furthermore, the accused has the
  5687. right to face his/her accuser. These are Constitutional Rights
  5688. guaranteed by our State and U.S. Constitutions.
  5689.  
  5690. According to Art. 14.01, C.C.P., an officer should only issue a citation
  5691. (mailed or not) under the same circumstances the officer can make a
  5692. warrantless arrest. In other words, if the officer didn't see the person
  5693. commit an offense (which the officer didn't in the case of a parking
  5694. violation where the violator has left the scene), he cannot rely on
  5695. 14.01 CCP., provides the authority of peace officers.  This is not a
  5696. Friendswood rule, it is state law.
  5697.  
  5698. Also, just to clarify, automated traffic tickets such as those issued by
  5699. a toll road authorities or for red light cameras are civil offenses not
  5700. criminal.
  5701.  
  5702. Officer Lisa Price
  5703. Friendswood Police Department
  5704. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  5705. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  5706. 281-996-3313
  5707. 281-482-9318 fax
  5708. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  5709. -----Original Message-----
  5710. From: Susan Goble [mailto:susan@gobles.us]
  5711. Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 6:00 PM
  5712. To: Lisa Price
  5713. Subject: RE: Questions, Requests & Concerns
  5714.  
  5715. I hope you can assist me, but my hopes are
  5716. not high; no fault of your own, just the
  5717. policy of the temporarily-abled in charge
  5718. there.
  5719.  
  5720. Is the FPD now interested in harnessing the
  5721. digital power of its citizenry? There are
  5722. programs where civilians stay in their cars
  5723. (so no confrontations) and take time &
  5724. date-stamped digital photos of the car rear
  5725. window and license plate, and an
  5726. establishing shot of the whole car in a
  5727. marked space at a given address.  Since this
  5728. is digital, it can be downloaded to the PD's
  5729. systems.
  5730.  
  5731. It may be true that a police officer cannot
  5732. issue a citation for a violation that he
  5733. does not observe, but either that's a
  5734. Friendswood rule which can be changed, or
  5735. there can be exceptions, else people who
  5736. blow through the toll-lanes without paying
  5737. couldn't be cited.
  5738.  
  5739. In the meantime, what information would one
  5740. need to bring to the court building to file
  5741. an affidavit?  Is there any further
  5742. requirement on the part of the complaining
  5743. citizen?
  5744.  
  5745. Thank you for your service!  Happy Hurricane
  5746. Season!
  5747.  
  5748. Thanks,
  5749. Susan Goble
  5750.  
  5751. -----Original Message-----
  5752. From: Lisa Price
  5753. [mailto:lprice@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  5754. Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 5:31 PM
  5755. To: susan@gobles.us
  5756. Subject: FW: Questions, Requests & Concerns
  5757.  
  5758. Dear Ms. Goble,
  5759.  
  5760. Your recent inquiry about persons illegally
  5761. parked in handicap parking areas was
  5762. forwarded to me.  Please allow me to explain
  5763. the most appropriate procedure for
  5764. enforcement if you see a vehicle parked in a
  5765. handicap space without a placard.  You
  5766. should report the vehicle to the police
  5767. dispatcher (281-996-3300) who will send a
  5768. police officer out to investigate.  If the
  5769. vehicle has left prior to the officer's
  5770. arrival, you have the option of filing an
  5771. unobserved misdemeanor affidavit with the
  5772. Friendswood Municipal Court, located at the
  5773. Friendswood Public Safety Building, 1600
  5774. Whitaker Drive (same location at the police
  5775. department).  A police officer cannot issue
  5776. a citation for a violation that he does not
  5777. observe.
  5778.  
  5779. I hope this information is a little more
  5780. helpful.  But, if you have any other
  5781. questions please call me or email me and I
  5782. will be happy to assist you.
  5783.  
  5784. Proudly Serving You,
  5785.  
  5786. Officer Lisa Price
  5787. Friendswood Police Department
  5788. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  5789. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  5790. 281-996-3313
  5791. 281-482-9318 fax
  5792. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  5793.  
  5794.  
  5795. -----Original Message-----
  5796. From: contact@team-logic.com
  5797. [mailto:contact@team-logic.com]
  5798. Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 6:25 PM
  5799. To: fwdcity
  5800. Subject: Questions, Requests & Concerns
  5801.  
  5802. Questions, Requests & Concerns
  5803.  
  5804.   First Name: Susan
  5805.   Last Name: Goble
  5806.   Email: susan@gobles.us
  5807.   Phone: 281-648-9456
  5808.   Address: 524 ECastle Harbour Dr
  5809.   City: Friendswood
  5810.   State: TX
  5811.   Zip Code: 77546
  5812.   Question: The police dept has told me that
  5813. if I want to do something about someone
  5814. parked in a handicapped space w/o
  5815. appropriate placard or plates I have to go
  5816. to the courthouse (I assume that means
  5817. y'all).  I could never get them to specify
  5818. what courthouse, where it is, or what I'd do
  5819. when I got there.  Can you tell me?
  5820.  
  5821. Thank you very much,
  5822.  
  5823. ~ Susan Goble
  5824.   Department Contacted: police & city
  5825. council
  5826.    Is this your first contact with the city
  5827. on this issue? no
  5828.   Employee Name Contacted: Not sure; the PD
  5829. rep might have been Patricia something.
  5830. Thje info was not helpful so I deleted the
  5831. email.
  5832.   Date of Contact: a couple of times over
  5833. the last three years or so
  5834.   User IP: 99.146.240.137
  5835.   Time Sent: 4:24 PM May 31, 2011
  5836.  
  5837. The visitor has been inserted as a user in
  5838. Team-Logic.
  5839.  
  5840. Please add "contact@team-logic.com" to your
  5841. list of safe senders
  5842.  
  5843. Powered By CMS-Logic
  5844. (http://www.cms-logic.com/)
  5845.  
  5846.  
  5847.  
  5848.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Tue 5/31/2011 6:52 PM
  5849.  To:     Billy Enochs; Mayor; Deirdre Brown; Jim Hill; John Scott; Mike Barker; Pat McGinnis
  5850.  Cc:     Toni Yeager; Melinda Welsh; Bob Wieners; Todd R. Yeager; Cindy Edge
  5851.  Subject:        FW: June 6 agenda-Disposal of Property
  5852.  Attachments:    AI Court Awarded Property Disposal 0611.doc(47KB)  Property Listing.pdf(106KB)
  5853. View As Web Page
  5854.  
  5855. This item is on the draft agenda under Consent to authorize the disposal of this property:
  5856.  
  5857. A.      Approving disposal of court-awarded seized assets and surplus property in the Police Department.
  5858.  
  5859. <<AI Court Awarded Property Disposal 0611.doc>> <<Property Listing.pdf>>
  5860.  
  5861. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  5862.  
  5863. City Manager
  5864.  
  5865. City of Friendswood
  5866.  
  5867. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  5868.  
  5869. Friendswood, TX 77546
  5870.  
  5871. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  5872.  
  5873. Cell (281) 635-3074
  5874.  
  5875. Fax (281) 482-3722
  5876.  
  5877. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  5878.  
  5879.  
  5880.  
  5881.   From:          Roger Roecker   Sent:           Tue 5/31/2011 6:22 PM
  5882.  To:     monap1@peoplepc.com
  5883.  Cc:     Toni Yeager; Cindy Edge; Bob Wieners; Deirdre Brown; Melinda Welsh
  5884.  Subject:        FW: Please forward
  5885.  Attachments:  
  5886. View As Web Page
  5887.  
  5888.  
  5889.  
  5890.  
  5891. Ms. Palmer, first of all let me thank you for taking the time to report an incident in which someone is obviously not following proper protocol or City regulations.  The information you provided did identify the individual as a City employee.  The person’s supervisor has been notified, the individual counseled, and other employees reminded of the importance of setting the proper example for others.
  5892.  
  5893. Again, thank you for taking the time to give us the information allowing us to take the appropriate corrective action.  In the future, please feel free to contact our office directly at 281-996-3250.
  5894.  
  5895. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  5896.  
  5897. City Manager
  5898.  
  5899. This communication is for informational purposes only.  To avoid potential violations of the Open Meetins Act, any reply to this email by a member of the City Council should be to the sender only.  Any response or other deliberation among members of the City Council should take place only during a duly posted and noticed meeting of the City Council.
  5900.  
  5901. ________________________________
  5902.  
  5903. From: Mona Palmer [mailto:monap1@peoplepc.com]
  5904. Sent: Fri 5/27/2011 4:54 PM
  5905. To: Deirdre Brown
  5906. Subject: Please forward
  5907.  
  5908.  
  5909.  
  5910. Deirdre, I know this does not fall within your realm of responsibility, but I would appreciate it if you would forward my memo below to the appropriate person who has authority to take corrective action.
  5911.  
  5912. Thanks!
  5913. Mona Palmer
  5914.  
  5915. ***********
  5916.  
  5917. As I was finishing my walk around the park this morning (Friday, May 27), I took an extra loop past the swimming pool and back through that parking lot to my car parked behind City Hall.  It was perhaps a couple of minutes past 8:00 a.m. when a white SUV came through the pool parking lot and used the cut-through to the City Hall lot.
  5918.  
  5919. When the driver got out of her Toyota (license # BH8 K346), I asked her if she was aware that the cut-through is one-way going away from City Hall.  She responded, "Yes. Thank you," and kept on walking.  When I commented, "That's called 'breaking the law'," she replied, "Yes, it is," and still kept on walking.  Over her shoulder she commented, "Thank you very much; have a great day."  I said, "Thank you; you, too."  She entered the building and I got into my car.
  5920.  
  5921. The driver was tall and slender with long darkish blonde hair; she wore jeans and an embellished black T-shirt. She had backed into a parking spot near the end on the back row even though there were numerous empty spots closer to the door, so it seems to me that she is probably a City employee.  As such, she should be setting an example to the citizens of Friendswood, not breaking the law - and on City property, no less.
  5922.  
  5923. If this lady is, in fact, a City employee, please remind her that she, too, is expected to abide by ALL City signs and ordinances.
  5924.  
  5925. Thank you for your attention to this matter.
  5926. Mona Palmer
  5927. 111 Annette
  5928. Friendswood, TX  77546
  5929. (281) 648-6633
  5930.  
  5931. P.S.  The offense was magnified by the fact that there was a car behind her that also started to follow the SUV up the one-way drive, but upon seeing the signs, the driver of the second car stopped, turned around and went back the way it had come. (That car was a gold-colored sedan and I think the driver may also be a City employee.)  I wish I could have gotten indentifying information on this car, too, so that the driver could be commended for doing the RIGHT thing even though it wasn't the CONVENIENT thing to do.
  5932.  
  5933. ________________________________________
  5934.  
  5935.  
  5936.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Wed 5/25/2011 9:46 AM
  5937.  To:     Elaine Langton
  5938.  Cc:     Bob Wieners
  5939.  Subject:        Open Records Request
  5940.  Attachments:  
  5941. View As Web Page
  5942.  
  5943. Greg Cagle has requested all incoming and outgoing call from dispatch between 8:45 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, 2011.
  5944.  
  5945.  
  5946.  
  5947. Officer Lisa Price
  5948.  
  5949. Friendswood Police Department
  5950.  
  5951. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  5952.  
  5953. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  5954.  
  5955. 281-996-3313
  5956.  
  5957. 281-482-9318 fax
  5958.  
  5959. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  5960.  
  5961.  
  5962.  
  5963.  
  5964.  
  5965.  
  5966.  From:           Todd R. Yeager          Sent:           Mon 5/23/2011 4:09 PM
  5967.  To:     COF-EVERYONE
  5968.  Cc:     
  5969.  Subject:        New Website updates
  5970.  Attachments:  
  5971. View As Web Page
  5972.  
  5973. As most of you know, our new website is live and online.  Nearly all of the content from the old website was migrated to the new site during the 2-3 weeks prior to the site going live.  We are still working on getting the GroupBuilder mailing list moved over to the new “Notify Me” site. Until that time, GroupBuilder is still available.
  5974.  
  5975.  
  5976.  
  5977. At this time, website updates can only be done by IT.  We are still familiarizing ourselves with the process of updating and changing the new site.  We will gradually train department staff members on updating information, posting news and calendar items, and sending e-mail notifications as we are able to develop these processes and setup access/security.
  5978.  
  5979.  
  5980.  
  5981. Please take time to review the information on your department’s area of the new website to check and verify the content.  If you find errors or omissions, please document and forward to IT (by way of your supervisor) any items that need to be changed or updated.  If the site does not appear correctly on your screen, you are likely using IE6 which is no longer supported.  Contact IT to upgrade your Internet Explorer to 7 or above.  If you are using IE8 and the site does not appear correctly, use the compatibility mode or contact IT for assistance.
  5982.  
  5983.  
  5984.  
  5985. If you need to post an event to the calendar or a news item, please forward that information to IT.  Be sure to indicate if it is a news item, calendar item, or both and also include a subject or title.  IT will cut and paste exactly what you send to the indicated area.  Please be clear and specific as initially we will be dealing with many items from many areas.
  5986.  
  5987.  
  5988.  
  5989. Thank you for your patience during this transition and feel free to contact me with any questions regarding the new site.
  5990.  
  5991.  
  5992.  
  5993. P.s.  if you need to access the old site for reference, the address is http://old.friendswood.com  
  5994.  
  5995.  
  5996.  
  5997.  
  5998.  
  5999. Todd R. Yeager
  6000.  
  6001. Deputy Director of Administrative Services - I.T.
  6002.  
  6003. City of Friendswood
  6004.  
  6005. tryeager@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  6006.  
  6007. 281-996-3217 – office
  6008.  
  6009.  
  6010.  
  6011.  
  6012.  
  6013.  From:           Josh Rogers     Sent:           Mon 5/23/2011 9:02 AM
  6014.  To:     Bob Wieners
  6015.  Cc:     
  6016.  Subject:        FW: Friday 5/20/2011 2 of 2 emails
  6017.  Attachments:    Weed Beaumont Stop 018.jpg(2MB)  Weed Beaumont Stop 025.jpg(2MB)  Weed Beaumont Stop 027.jpg(2MB)  Weed Beaumont Stop 028.jpg(2MB)
  6018. View As Web Page
  6019.  
  6020.  
  6021.  
  6022.  
  6023.  
  6024. 2 of 2 emails
  6025.  
  6026.  
  6027.  
  6028. From: Josh Rogers
  6029. Sent: Monday, May 23, 2011 9:00 AM
  6030. To: Michael Hurley; Jimmy Holland; Shari Burrows; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Doug Lauersdorf; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  6031. Subject: FW: Friday 5/20/2011 1 of 2 emails
  6032.  
  6033.  
  6034.  
  6035. 1 of 2 emails
  6036.  
  6037.  
  6038.  
  6039. On Friday the FSU received additional information about a large amount of drugs that was going to be transported from a business out of state.  Earlier in the week the FSU had already done some preliminary investigation to try and validate the information that we were receiving.  The information had credibility and it was decided we would react to anymore information received.  When additional information came in late Friday we responded to the business and started surveillance on the location.  HPD narcotics were called and they assisted the FSU with the operation.  Surveillance in the evening on Friday proved the intelligence to be very accurate and as the truck was loaded we began to follow it quickly leaving the Houston area.  It was decided to follow the vehicle a good distance from Houston and possible outside the southern district into the eastern district for ease of federal prosecution if applicable.  We followed the vehicle east bound on I10 and when it was clear that was the direction we were going we made contact with Jefferson County Sheriffs Department who has a very active and professional Highway Interdiction Squad.  They were told we were east bound I10 and would be approaching them in a couple of hours.  Jefferson County made the stop just east of Beaumont and located a suspicious wooden box loaded on the trailer.  Both occupants were taken into custody and the tractor and trailer were driven to an airport hanger where the wooden box was removed.  The box was opened and inside was 11 bundles of marijuana.  It has not been weighed but was estimated at 250 to 300 pounds of weed.  Sgt. Wise will follow up with Jefferson County this week for more details.
  6040.  
  6041.  
  6042.  
  6043.  
  6044.  
  6045. Thanks Lt. Rogers
  6046.  
  6047.  
  6048.  
  6049.  
  6050.   From:          orders@usstandardissue.com [orders@usstandardissue.com]         Sent:           Sat 5/21/2011 2:17 PM
  6051.  To:     Bob Wieners
  6052.  Cc:     
  6053.  Subject:        USStandardIssue.com Your order has been received.
  6054.  Attachments:  
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  6056. Dear Robert Wieners:
  6057.  
  6058. Thank you for your recent Oakley USStandandardIssue.com order. We are working hard to fulfill your order as soon as possible. We will send you an e-mail when your order is sent to our shipping department.
  6059.  
  6060. Please carefully review your order details below. If you have any questions about your order, please contact our Customer Service department at sales@usstandardissue.com or call us toll free at 1-800-525-4334, 8am – 5pm PST, Monday – Friday.
  6061.  
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  6063.  
  6064. ORDER #:        795346
  6065. ORDER DATE:     05/21/2011
  6066.  
  6067. Item #  Description     Unit Price      Quantity        Subtotal
  6068. 431954OCB-100   Basic Polo
  6069. White
  6070. Size: XL        
  6071. $22.50
  6072.        
  6073. 1
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  6075. $22.50
  6076. 452452OCB-100   Basic Icon Long Sleeve Tee
  6077. White
  6078. Size: XL        
  6079. $12.00
  6080.        
  6081. 1
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  6083. $12.00
  6084. Subtotal:
  6085.        
  6086. $34.50
  6087. Tax:
  6088.        
  6089. $2.50
  6090. Shipping (Ground):
  6091.        
  6092. $5.34
  6093. TOTAL:
  6094.        
  6095. $42.34
  6096.  
  6097. Payment Info
  6098. Card Type:      Visa
  6099. Card Number:    xxxxxxxxxxxx1527
  6100.  
  6101. Shipping Information
  6102. Name:   Robert Wieners
  6103. Company:        Friendswood Police Department
  6104. Address:        1600 Whitaker Drive
  6105. Friendswood, TX 77546
  6106. Phone:  2819963310
  6107. Fax:    2814823318
  6108. Email:  bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  6109.  
  6110. If you have any questions, please call US Standard Issue Customer Service at 1-800-525-4334. For quicker service, have your username and order number available.
  6111.  
  6112. Please visit us again at http://www.usstandardissue.com.
  6113.  
  6114. Thank you for your order.
  6115.  
  6116.  
  6117.  From:           Josh Rogers     Sent:           Mon 5/16/2011 8:13 PM
  6118.  To:     Bob Wieners
  6119.  Cc:     
  6120.  Subject:        Fw: Anonymous Crime Tips !!
  6121.  Attachments:  
  6122. View As Web Page
  6123.  
  6124. Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
  6125. From: "Lisa Price" <lprice@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  6126. Date: Mon, 16 May 2011 17:45:32 -0500
  6127. To: FSU<FSU@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  6128. Subject: FW: Anonymous Crime Tips !!
  6129.  
  6130.  
  6131.  
  6132.  
  6133.  
  6134. Officer Lisa Price
  6135.  
  6136. Friendswood Police Department
  6137.  
  6138. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  6139.  
  6140. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  6141.  
  6142. 281-996-3313
  6143.  
  6144. 281-482-9318 fax
  6145.  
  6146. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  6147.  
  6148. From: do_not_reply@ci.friendswood.tx.us [mailto:do_not_reply@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  6149. Sent: Monday, May 16, 2011 4:31 PM
  6150. To: Lisa Price
  6151. Subject: Anonymous Crime Tips !!
  6152.  
  6153.  
  6154.  
  6155. Anonymous Crime Tips !!
  6156.  
  6157.  
  6158.        
  6159.  
  6160. Kimberly Garrison that you arrested on 5/12/11 with Robert Cernosek, has been a big meth dealer for years. Don't let her get off of this charge again. She has been in trouble with CPS twice. She owes child support (from CPS court order) since 2009 for her 2 kids-she has not paid one dime. She only sells drugs for a living for the last 6 years. Her mother is an enabler..and has never believed her failed meth hair follicle tests at the harris county court house....
  6161.  
  6162. Request Date/Time: 5/16/2011 4:31:10 PM
  6163. Request IP Address: 98.198.220.73
  6164.  
  6165.  
  6166.  
  6167.  
  6168.  
  6169.  From:           Mahood, Jim [James.Mahood@h-gac.com]    Sent:           Thu 5/12/2011 5:09 PM
  6170.  To:     Criminal Justice
  6171.  Cc:     
  6172.  Subject:        FY12 Priority Lists for VX and WX
  6173.  Attachments:    a1_Criminal Justice Funds VX_WX FY 2012.doc(272KB)  map to H-GAC, generic.doc(174KB)
  6174. View As Web Page
  6175.  
  6176. To all FY 2012 applicants for victim service (VX and WX) funds,
  6177.  
  6178.  
  6179.  
  6180. The scoring results from the recent VX and WX Criminal Justice Priority Hearings, as conducted by the Criminal Justice Advisory Committee (CJAC), are attached.  This document has been sent to H-GAC’s Board of Directors and contains the following three components:
  6181.  
  6182. ·         Narrative explaining the results
  6183.  
  6184. ·         Priority List for Direct Victim Services (VX) applications
  6185.  
  6186. ·         Priority List for Violence Against Women (WX) applications
  6187.  
  6188.  
  6189.  
  6190. On each Priority List the applications appear in the following order:
  6191.  
  6192. 1.     non-competing continuation projects, in order of rank from previous year (FY 2011)
  6193.  
  6194. 2.     competing continuation projects, in descending score order
  6195.  
  6196. 3.     competing new projects, in descending score order
  6197.  
  6198.  
  6199.  
  6200. The priority recommendations as represented in the Lists will be presented to the H-GAC Projects Review Committee on Tuesday, May 17, 2011, at 9:45 a.m. in conference Room A on the second floor at the H-GAC Offices.  The recommendations of this committee will be presented to the H-GAC Board of Directors at 10:00 a.m. the same day.  Subsequent to H-GAC approval, the recommendations will be submitted to the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division (CJD).
  6201.  
  6202.  
  6203.  
  6204. You are welcome to attend these public meetings, but it is not mandatory.  Please give notice to H-GAC staff by noon on Monday, May 16th, if you wish to appeal the CJAC recommendations to the Projects Review Committee.  Contact Madeline McGallion and Jim Mahood at madeline.mcgallion@h-gac.com and james.mahood@h-gac.com.
  6205.  
  6206.  
  6207.  
  6208. Free parking is available.  The first level visitor parking has a two-hour time limit.  Please park in an unassigned parking space on a higher level in the garage if you anticipate a stay of greater than two hours.
  6209.  
  6210.  
  6211.  
  6212. Regards,
  6213.  
  6214. The Criminal Justice Team, H-GAC
  6215.  
  6216.  
  6217.  
  6218. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, H-GAC will provide for reasonable accommodations for persons attending H-GAC functions.  Requests should be received by H-GAC 24 hours prior to the function.
  6219.  
  6220.  
  6221.  
  6222.  
  6223.  
  6224.   From:          Dunford Gen Joseph F [joseph.dunford@usmc.mil]          Sent:           Sun 5/8/2011 6:54 PM
  6225.  To:     Bob Wieners
  6226.  Cc:     
  6227.  Subject:        RE: 3/5
  6228.  Attachments:  
  6229. View As Web Page
  6230.  
  6231. Thanks Bob ...
  6232.  
  6233. -----Original Message-----
  6234. From: Bob Wieners [mailto:bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  6235. Sent: Sunday, May 08, 2011 18:21
  6236. To: Dunford Gen Joseph F
  6237. Subject: Re: 3/5
  6238.  
  6239.  
  6240. Joe,
  6241.  
  6242. A lttle good news every once and a while is not a bad thing...hope you guys have a great weeked!
  6243.  
  6244. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  6245.  
  6246.  
  6247.  
  6248. ----- Reply message -----
  6249. From: "Dunford Gen Joseph F" <joseph.dunford@usmc.mil>
  6250. Date: Sun, May 8, 2011 09:59
  6251. Subject: 3/5
  6252. To: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  6253.  
  6254. Great story Bob ... thanks!
  6255.  
  6256. SF
  6257. Joe
  6258.  
  6259. -----Original Message-----
  6260. From: Bob Wieners [mailto:bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  6261. Sent: Saturday, May 07, 2011 19:26
  6262. To: Dunford Gen Joseph F
  6263. Subject: 3/5
  6264.  
  6265. Joe,
  6266.  
  6267. Just attended a homecoming for a young Marine from I 3/5, LCpl John Sasson. I spent alot of time with his dad who was truly in awe of the transformation of his son from boy to man. He credits the Marine Corps in providing his son the skill sets that he knows will make him successful for the rest of his life.
  6268.  
  6269. John was a star on the Friendswood High School Swim Team. He received a partial scholarship to Trinity College when he graduated from high school 4 years ago. Against the wishes of his parents, John put college plans on hold and decided to enlist in the Marine Corps.
  6270.  
  6271. His dad, who is a doctor, asked me through a mutual friend to talk to John before he made his decision. I advised John that if he were going to enlist that he should go to the infantry for his four years of service.
  6272. Needless to say, his parents were not happy but supported their Marine 150%.
  6273.  
  6274. His dad told me this afternoon that he believes that John was right and that he may have been wrong about the advice that he had given his son. I thanked him for all they had done for their son especially in the values that they had instilled in their son.
  6275.  
  6276. On his own with no parental prompting, John applied to UT and has been accepted (Pre Med) for the Fall semester. His dad told me that he had saved for John's education and he would have sent him anywhere he wanted to. His dad told me John's VA benefits will mean that John will not need his financial help....he told me he does not know what to do with money!
  6277.  
  6278. I did tell John and his dad that his choice to enter UT is where we part company. There was disbelief in  John's face and pain in his dad's. I told John that Bobby had graduated from the University of Alabama and that I was going to be rooting for the Tide! John and his dad beamed at the challenge.
  6279.  
  6280.  
  6281.  
  6282. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  6283.  
  6284.  
  6285.  
  6286.  
  6287.  
  6288.  From:           Joe Stepp [JEStepp@ci.pasadena.tx.us]   Sent:           Fri 5/6/2011 4:52 PM
  6289.  To:     Keith.dougherty@Baytown.org; Lanny Armstrong; Mike Thaler; chief@cityofshoreacres.us; ggrigg@deerparktx.org; Bob Wieners; chief@JacintoCityPD.com; adcoxk@laportetx.gov; policechief@morganspoint-tx.com; joey.cashiola@nassaubay.com; nholomon@seabrook-tx.com; HG5610@SHPDTX.org; rsmiley@websterpd.com
  6290.  Cc:     Eric.Freed@Baytown.org; mike.holden@Baytown.org; Bud Corbett; Jeff Sowers; M. P. Jackson; Randel Merritt; Richard Lawhorn; kfindley@deaparktx.org; isawtell@deerparktx.org; smassey@deerparktx.org; wconner@deerparktx.org; Shari Burrows; deardorffs@laportetx.gov; Flynt (HCSO) Blackwell; tclaunch@websterpd.com
  6291.  Subject:        Regional Intelligence Update - al-Qaida
  6292.  Attachments:    FINAL JIB_AQ Interest to Target Trains.PDF(175KB)
  6293. View As Web Page
  6294. Prepared for the Police Chiefs of the 14 Municipalities of the SE Quadrant of Harris County,
  6295.  
  6296. Note:  The SE Quad is composed of Pasadena, Deer Park, La Porte, Baytown, Jacinto City, Galena Park, South Houston, Webster, Lakeview, Seabrook, Friendswood, Shoreacres, Morgan's Point and Nassau Bay.
  6297.  
  6298. 1. Please find attached a Joint Intelligence Bulletin concerning al-Qaida planning.  Thanks to Lt. Flint Blackwell of the HCSO for sending it to us.  In addition to the attached bulletin here are five points concerning the death of bin Laden:
  6299.  
  6300.     * The US raid that resulted in the death of Osama bin Ladan was an Intelligence driven operation, and it was conducted jointly by the CIA and Operators of the US Special Operations Command.
  6301.     * The fact that bin Laden is dead will not change operational planning already in motion by al-Qaida insurgents deployed world-wide.  
  6302.     * What we don't know is whether or not any of the al-Qaida insurgent cells received a "Green Light" prior to bin Laden's death to execute a specific mission.
  6303.     * What we do know is that over the past six years bin Laden used his influence to build al-Qaida into a jihad organization that could continue after his death.  He shaped the organization's recruiting, funding and training that will continue after his death - at least in the short term.
  6304.     * The new leader of al-Qaida has not been named yet, but two insurgents have bubbled to the top.  The deputy to bin Laden, Ayman al-Zawahri, is the most prominent.  The U.S.-born cleric Anwar al-Awlaki is also a contender.
  6305.  
  6306. 2.  Although it is outside Houston City limits, this region is a significant reason why Houston is rated as a Tier I Urban Area.  It encompasses 14 cities and their respective municipal law enforcement agencies.  Geographically the area covers approximately 243 square miles.  The land mass stretches south of I-10E and east of 288S - all the way to the Harris County limits.  This region is home to nearly a half million people and contains Houston's critical infrastructure components such as large Petro-Chemical refinery complexes, Maritime shipping ports, Ellington Field, a number of small airfields, and NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
  6307.  
  6308. 3.  Key Take-Away:  Our on-the-ground field assessment with each police department of our region has revealed seams and gaps that can be exploited by terrorist/insurgents.  For Operational Security (OPSEC) reasons we will not send these in email and will address these in face-to-face discussions as we visit each department -  thus far we've visited 7 of our 14 Police Departments.
  6309.  
  6310. 4. Special thanks to each Police Chief we've visited thus far -  we sincerely appreciate the warm hospitality, genuine concern and professional support extended to us by each agency.
  6311.  
  6312.  
  6313.  
  6314.  
  6315.  
  6316.  
  6317. Joe Stepp
  6318. Lt. Col. , US Army (Retired)
  6319. Regional Intelligence Analyst
  6320. Pasadena Police Department
  6321. 1114 Jeff Ginn, Pasadena, Texas 77506
  6322. Office: 713-475-4956
  6323. Fax: 713-477-4572
  6324.  
  6325.  
  6326.  
  6327.  From:           KC Rodgers      Sent:           Fri 4/29/2011 2:29 PM
  6328.  To:     Bob Wieners
  6329.  Cc:     
  6330.  Subject:        FW: SRO and Patrol Supervisor Outdated Computers
  6331.  Attachments:  
  6332. View As Web Page
  6333.  
  6334. And as long as I’m putting my two cents in here…IT is not going to “refresh” the computers in the Patrol Supervisors’ area because they were “left over and re-used from the last refresh.” This is not a correct statement. When the new computers were purchased for the PSB, IT failed to order new computers for the Patrol Supervisors since they were moving from a one office/one computer situation to each one having their own office. When this was pointed out to him just prior to the move he had the IT techs beg, borrow, and steal what they could get from what was left of the 2006 refresh. As it stands right now, those computers are so old and so slow they cannot keep up with the OSSI products and therefore the Supervisors must do most of their OSSI work from their MDCs.
  6335.  
  6336.  
  6337.  
  6338. “The IBM NetVista computers currently being used by the PD Supervisors, SROs, Public Works Field staff, and Library Public Access stations (and any other City Department for that matter) will be replaced with “hand-me-down” Lenovo desktops unless these departments purchases new machines for these positions.”
  6339.  
  6340.  
  6341.  
  6342.  
  6343.  
  6344.  
  6345.  
  6346. KC Rodgers
  6347.  
  6348. Public Safety Information Services Supervisor
  6349.  
  6350. Friendswood Police Department
  6351.  
  6352. 281.996.3314 office
  6353.  
  6354. 281.996.3304 fax
  6355.  
  6356. kcrodgers@friendswood.com
  6357.  
  6358. From: Todd R. Yeager
  6359. Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2010 10:58 AM
  6360. To: Josh Rogers
  6361. Cc: Michael Hurley; Luke Loeser; Bob Wieners; KC Rodgers; Lisa Price; Jimmy Holland; John T. Johnson
  6362. Subject: RE: SRO and Patrol Supervisor Outdated Computers
  6363.  
  6364.  
  6365.  
  6366. Josh,
  6367.  
  6368.  
  6369.  
  6370. We plan to update all current desktop equipment and most laptop equipment as part of the refresh.  Current equipment is considered to be equipment that was purchased as part of or since the last refresh.  However, we will not replace any equipment that is less than 12 months old at the beginning of the fiscal year in which the refresh takes place nor will we replace any equipment left over and reused from the last refresh.  Equipment that is less than 12 months old will still be considered current in the subsequent refresh (2014.)
  6371.  
  6372.  
  6373.  
  6374. i.e. if the refresh takes place in the 2010-11 FY as planned, the equipment that will be replaced will be:
  6375.  
  6376.  
  6377.  
  6378. -Desktops and laptops purchased as part of the 2006 refresh
  6379.  
  6380. -Desktops and laptops purchased in FYE 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
  6381.  
  6382. -Not included are MDCs, Council Dais Laptops, any specialized systems or equipment, equipment reused from 05-06 refresh (IBM NetVista), equipment from seizures, donated equipment, or equipment purchased in the 2009-10 FY (as this equipment will be 12 months old or less on Oct 1, 2010.)
  6383.  
  6384.  
  6385.  
  6386. The current desktops (Lenovo) and laptops (Dell) will be evaluated, reloaded, and reused where needed.  The IBM NetVista computers currently being used by the PD Supervisors, SROs, Public Works Field staff, and Library Public Access stations (and any other City Department for that matter) will be replaced with “hand-me-down” Lenovo desktops unless these departments purchases new machines for these positions.
  6387.  
  6388.  
  6389.  
  6390. Feel free to contact me if you have any question regarding the replacement status of any computer equipment.
  6391.  
  6392.  
  6393.  
  6394.  
  6395.  
  6396. Todd R. Yeager
  6397.  
  6398. Deputy Director of Administrative Services - I.T.
  6399.  
  6400. City of Friendswood
  6401.  
  6402. tryeager@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  6403.  
  6404. 281-996-3217 – office
  6405.  
  6406.  
  6407.  
  6408. From: Josh Rogers
  6409. Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2010 11:35 AM
  6410. To: Michael Hurley; Luke Loeser; Bob Wieners; John T. Johnson; KC Rodgers; Lisa Price
  6411. Subject: SRO and Patrol Supervisor Outdated Computers
  6412.  
  6413.  
  6414.  
  6415. I wanted to bring up an issue with computers that we have been experiencing since moving into the new public safety building.  When we moved in back in June of 2007 and we were told that the six patrol supervisors would not be getting new computers that IT had not anticipated that they would no longer be able to share one computer.  They were given old EOC computers and the memory had to be increased so they could check there email effectively.
  6416.  
  6417.  
  6418.  
  6419. Since we have moved to digital in car video the supervisors are required by state law and department policy to review the patrol officer’s video.  We currently do not have one computer out of the six supervisors that is capable of running the software so they can review tapes as they are required to do.  They were instructed to go into the report writing room and sit in there and review video.  The problem with that was officers were unable to review and complete reports on DWI’s and other cases because the computers did not have speakers.  The supervisors could not review the video with no audio.  Sgt. Scofield then went out and purchased two sets of speakers for the squad room so officers could listen and complete there reports based on there video.  Supervisors are sitting in the squad room now reviewing video from two of the four computers.
  6420.  
  6421.  
  6422.  
  6423. We now have started the process of converting to digital on the pocket recorders so this problem is only going to get worse.  Also the supervisor computers do not have CD/DVD burners so when taking a complaint and we need a copy of the audio someone else will have to burn a disk for them.
  6424.  
  6425.  
  6426.  
  6427. Both SRO’s have also been given used computers years ago and Officer Lewis is experiencing the same issues as the supervisors not being able to review the surveillance video system at the Junior High.  He is unable to do so due to the age of his computer.
  6428.  
  6429.  
  6430.  
  6431. My question is IT going to add the six supervisors two SRO’s to some type of replacement cycle and get functional operational computers or are we (the PD) going to have to buy from our budget new computers?
  6432.  
  6433.  
  6434.  
  6435. I have heard rumor that IT is getting ready to buy new computers and if the supervisors and SRO’s are not getting new ones maybe we can be given the old computers once again that may operate faster than the outdated ones they are using from the last upgrade.
  6436.  
  6437.  
  6438.  
  6439. Please advise what the plan may be.
  6440.  
  6441.  
  6442.  
  6443. Thanks Lt. Rogers
  6444.  
  6445.  
  6446.  
  6447.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Thu 4/28/2011 10:45 AM
  6448.  To:     Bob Wieners; Nick Haby
  6449.  Cc:     
  6450.  Subject:        FW: budget shortfall and public safety
  6451.  Attachments:  
  6452. View As Web Page
  6453.  
  6454.  
  6455.  
  6456.  
  6457.  
  6458. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  6459.  
  6460. City Manager
  6461.  
  6462. City of Friendswood
  6463.  
  6464. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  6465.  
  6466. Friendswood, TX 77546
  6467.  
  6468. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  6469.  
  6470. Cell (281) 635-3074
  6471.  
  6472. Fax (281) 482-3722
  6473.  
  6474. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  6475.  
  6476.  
  6477.  
  6478. This communication is for informational purposes only.  To avoid potential violations of the Open Meetins Act, any reply to this email by a member of the City Council should be to the sender only.  Any response or other deliberation among members of the City Council should take place only during a duly posted and noticed meeting of the City Council.
  6479.  
  6480. From: Info HideLockTake [mailto:info@hidelocktake.com]
  6481. Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 12:26 PM
  6482. To: alan.sims@cedarhilltx.com
  6483. Subject: budget shortfall and public safety
  6484.  
  6485.  
  6486.  
  6487. City managers:
  6488.  
  6489.   With city and state budget cuts we understand the need to be innovative. Keeping the public safe and providing your departments with the tools they need, is our goal. In  2004 Dallas Police Department and city officials launched www.HideLockTake.com  to help fight against the rise in auto burglary. With the help of city managers and city council members Dallas changed the parking lot code and business owners posted signs. Thanks to this program they have reported an 85% decrease in vehicle thefts and robberies. We have similar reports from other large cities such as Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Frisco, College Station, Lubbock, Mckinney and more. This is the most efficient and successful vehicle burglary and theft awareness campaign ever to be implemented in the United States.
  6490.  
  6491.  By partnering with  www.HideLockTake.com  you can resale signs for a profit by using our quantity discount. McKinney, Texas started this program by using the Collin County Code Red prerecorded alert phone system to make citizens aware of the new program. Highway electric alert signs were also activated. This program works and has proven results in big numbers. To find out more about how you can get this program started or if you can have an HLT public speaker or promotion team come to your area or event, visit www.hidelocktake.com and use the contact page for questions or requests. We are constantly adding new features and promotions to our site to help all of our happy, loyal, and aware customers spread the word. Please take a moment to look into our program and help the fight against crime. We donate to fallen officers organizations as a way to give back to those who give their lives protecting our country and our people and we thank you all for your service!
  6492.  
  6493.  
  6494.  
  6495.  
  6496.  
  6497. Thank you for your support,
  6498.  
  6499.  
  6500.  
  6501. Jordan Wendelken
  6502.  
  6503. 1 - 888 - 235 - 1HLT
  6504.  
  6505.  
  6506.  
  6507.  
  6508.  
  6509.  From:           Carolyn Zimmer [mailservice@clubrunner.ca]      Sent:           Sun 4/24/2011 11:02 PM
  6510.  To:     Bob Wieners
  6511.  Cc:     
  6512.  Subject:        Member Profile Request Update
  6513.  Attachments:  
  6514. View As Web Page
  6515. To: Robert B. Wieners, Rotary Club of Friendswood
  6516.  
  6517. Dear Robert B.,
  6518.  
  6519. Please review your membership profile below. If your contact information is out of date, please click the Update button below to access your Member Profile and make changes directly.
  6520.  
  6521. Thank you,
  6522. Carolyn Zimmer, Rotary Club of Friendswood
  6523.  
  6524. Update
  6525. Robert B. Wieners
  6526.  
  6527. Member Details
  6528. Title           Gender  Male
  6529. First Name      Robert B.       Birthday        Jul 14 1953
  6530. Middle Name             Anniversary     Nov 05 1978
  6531. Last Name       Wieners Spouse/Partner First Name       Susan
  6532. Nickname                Spouse/Partner Last Name       
  6533. Suffix          Spouse/Partner Nick Name       
  6534. Preferred Address       Home    Spouse/Partner Birthday
  6535. E-mail  bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us   Alternate E-mail       
  6536. Prefered E-mail Primary        
  6537.  
  6538. Home
  6539. Address Line 1  304 Melodywood  Home Phone     
  6540. Address Line 2          Home Fax       
  6541. City    Friendswood     Cell   
  6542. State/Province  TX             
  6543. Zip/Postal Code 77546          
  6544. Country United States          
  6545.  
  6546. Work
  6547. Company Name            Position/Title 
  6548. Address Line 1          Business Phone  281-996-3313
  6549. Address Line 2          Business Fax   
  6550. City            Website URL    
  6551. State/Province                 
  6552. Zip/Postal Code                
  6553. Country                
  6554.  
  6555. Custom Fields
  6556.  
  6557. Update
  6558.  
  6559.  
  6560.  From:           Bill Bender     Sent:           Mon 4/18/2011 11:45 AM
  6561.  To:     Bob Wieners
  6562.  Cc:     
  6563.  Subject:        FW: Bailiff/warrant officer suspended
  6564.  Attachments:  
  6565. View As Web Page
  6566.  
  6567. FYI –
  6568.  
  6569.  
  6570.  
  6571. Having Brian do a release.
  6572.  
  6573.  
  6574.  
  6575. From: Brian Begle [mailto:BBegle@OlsonOlson.com]
  6576. Sent: Monday, April 18, 2011 10:30 AM
  6577. To: Bill Bender
  6578. Cc: Bill Olson; Bobby Gervais
  6579. Subject: RE: Bailiff/warrant officer suspended
  6580.  
  6581.  
  6582.  
  6583. Bill,
  6584.  
  6585.  
  6586.  
  6587. The employee is obligated under the agreement and City policy to sign a release for information regarding the basis for the hospital employee’s call to the police.  This is information needed to determine his suitability as an officer.
  6588.  
  6589.  
  6590.  
  6591. The release should specifically state that he is releasing hospital personnel to discuss the basis for their calling for police assistance in dealing with him on the night in question.  They should be released to address what actions he engaged in that caused this request for police assistance, and the extent to which there was any apparent use of alcohol or illegal drugs that contributed to his behavior.  The release should note that it is not intended to allow the hospital personnel to discuss specific medical conditions or treatment of the employee, other than the conditions and actions taken on the night in question resulting in their request for police assistance.
  6592.  
  6593.  
  6594.  
  6595. Brian
  6596.  
  6597.  
  6598.  
  6599.  
  6600.  
  6601. This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and are intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed.  This communication may contain material protected by the attorney-client privilege.  If you are not the intended recipient or the person responsible for delivering the email to the intended recipient, be advised that you may have received this email in error and that any use, dissemination, forwarding, printing, copying or the taking of any action in reliance on the contents of this email is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this email in error, please immediately notify the sender.
  6602.  
  6603.  
  6604.  
  6605.  
  6606.  
  6607.  
  6608.  
  6609.  
  6610.  
  6611. From: Bill Bender [mailto:bbender@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  6612. Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 4:45 PM
  6613. To: Brian Begle
  6614. Cc: Bobby Gervais
  6615. Subject: RE: Bailiff/warrant officer suspended
  6616.  
  6617.  
  6618.  
  6619. Brian – see attached Dunbar Memo –
  6620.  
  6621.  
  6622.  
  6623. Based on the “Administrative Warning” page 2 Item 4 – does this obligate him to grant permission to talk with the hospital staff regarding his actions within the hospital – not really wanting info on treatment or diagnose. Just what did he do that resulted in the Hospital Staff calling the Webster PD to the hospital?
  6624.  
  6625.  
  6626.  
  6627. Once the investigation is completed will want your advice on how to proceed --
  6628.  
  6629.  
  6630.  
  6631. From: Bill Bender
  6632. Sent: Monday, March 14, 2011 9:09 AM
  6633. To: 'Brian Begle'
  6634. Subject: RE: Bailiff/warrant officer suspended
  6635.  
  6636.  
  6637.  
  6638. FYI –
  6639.  
  6640.  
  6641.  
  6642. 41 year old, single white male
  6643.  
  6644.  
  6645.  
  6646. From: Brian Begle [mailto:BBegle@OlsonOlson.com]
  6647. Sent: Monday, March 14, 2011 8:37 AM
  6648. To: Bill Bender
  6649. Subject: RE: Bailiff/warrant officer suspended
  6650.  
  6651.  
  6652.  
  6653. Bill,
  6654.  
  6655.  
  6656.  
  6657. We will just need to be careful to avoid an ADA issues.  Alcoholism is a disability.  The ADA also treats alcohol more favorably than use of illegal drugs.
  6658.  
  6659.  
  6660.  
  6661. An officer in the condition it appears that this officer got himself into is probably sufficient for termination especially given the past incidents.  See what Kimmons comes up with and I will be glad to help you script the letter.
  6662.  
  6663.  
  6664.  
  6665. Don’t be surprised if he checks himself into rehab or joins AA in the meantime.
  6666.  
  6667.  
  6668.  
  6669. Brian
  6670.  
  6671.  
  6672.  
  6673.  
  6674.  
  6675. From: Bill Bender [mailto:bbender@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  6676. Sent: Monday, March 14, 2011 8:08 AM
  6677. To: Brian Begle
  6678. Cc: Bobby Gervais
  6679. Subject: Bailiff/warrant officer suspended
  6680.  
  6681.  
  6682.  
  6683. Incident occurred Thursday Night – see report attached
  6684.  
  6685.  
  6686.  
  6687. We suspended with pay the Bailiff/warrant Officer Friday 3/11/11.
  6688.  
  6689.  
  6690.  
  6691. We will be using an outside agency (Kimmons) to do the IA.
  6692.  
  6693.  
  6694.  
  6695. Any pointers
  6696.  
  6697.  
  6698.  
  6699. By the way he was disciplined for similar behavior in 9/2005, 6/2008 and we know of one incident prior to the 2005 incident that was not investigated.
  6700.  
  6701.  
  6702.  
  6703. We are looking at termination if allegation are found to be sustained.
  6704.  
  6705.  
  6706.  
  6707. William Bender, M.P.A.
  6708.  
  6709. Deputy Director of Administrative Services (Human Resources & Risk Management)
  6710.  
  6711. 910 S. Friendswood Dr
  6712.  
  6713. Friendswood, TX 77546
  6714.  
  6715.  
  6716.  
  6717. bbender@friendswood.com
  6718.  
  6719.  
  6720.  
  6721. 281-996-3200
  6722.  
  6723.  
  6724.  
  6725. This e-mail contains the thoughts and opinions of William Bender and does not represent official City Policy
  6726.  
  6727.  
  6728.  
  6729.  
  6730.  
  6731.  From:           Lynn [lynn.vernon@earthlink.net]        Sent:           Fri 4/15/2011 7:23 PM
  6732.  To:     Rene Ibarra; suzie4frog@att.net; dooda8934@sbcglobal.net; jmai@midway-machine.com
  6733.  Cc:     Frank Manigold; Craig Baker; Bob Wieners; Morad Kabiri
  6734.  Subject:        RE: safety concern
  6735.  Attachments:  
  6736. View As Web Page
  6737.  
  6738. Thank you all very much for responding so quickly. I am sure that Mrs.
  6739. Pollock will appreciate it.
  6740.  
  6741. Lynn
  6742.  
  6743. -----Original Message-----
  6744. From: Rene Ibarra [mailto:ribarra@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  6745. Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 6:44 PM
  6746. To: lynn.vernon@earthlink.net; suzie4frog@att.net; dooda8934@sbcglobal.net;
  6747. jmai@midway-machine.com
  6748. Cc: Frank Manigold; Craig Baker; Bob Wieners; Morad Kabiri
  6749. Subject: RE: safety concern
  6750.  
  6751. Mr. Mai,
  6752.  
  6753. Please be advised I have just spoken with the Animal Control Supervisor
  6754. (Craig Baker) regarding this matter, and he is in the process of contacting
  6755. Mrs. Pollock to provide her with the guidance that she needs.
  6756.  
  6757. Please don't hesitate contacting us if we can be of further assistance.
  6758.  
  6759. Respectfully,
  6760.  
  6761. Sent from my Android phone using TouchDown (www.nitrodesk.com)
  6762.  
  6763. -----Original Message-----
  6764. From: John Mai [jmai@midway-machine.com]
  6765. Received: Friday, 15 Apr 2011, 5:59pm
  6766. To: 'Lynn' [lynn.vernon@earthlink.net]; 'Suzanne Pollock'
  6767. [suzie4frog@att.net]; 'T M McKee' [dooda8934@sbcglobal.net]
  6768. CC: 'Rene Ibarra' [ribarra@ci.friendswood.tx.us];
  6769. fmanigold@ci.friendswood.tx.us [fmanigold@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  6770. Subject: RE: safety concern
  6771.  
  6772.  
  6773.  
  6774.  
  6775. I will check with the city on Monday. We need to get some help for this
  6776. woman.
  6777.  
  6778.  
  6779. Sincerely
  6780. John H. Mai, Sr.
  6781. President Midway Machine, Inc
  6782. -----Original Message-----
  6783. From: Lynn [mailto:lynn.vernon@earthlink.net]
  6784. Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 5:25 PM
  6785. To: 'Suzanne Pollock'; T M McKee; John Mai
  6786. Subject: RE: safety concern
  6787.  
  6788. Mrs. Pollock,
  6789.  
  6790. I am sorry that you are having this issue. I know that this is very
  6791. troublesome.
  6792.  
  6793. Let me check to see what options there are to deal with this issue and who
  6794. you would need to contact.
  6795.  
  6796. Terry or John,
  6797.  
  6798. Do you have a recommendation with your contacts in the city?
  6799.  
  6800. Lynn
  6801.  
  6802. -----Original Message-----
  6803. From: Suzanne Pollock [mailto:suzie4frog@att.net]
  6804. Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 8:49 AM
  6805. To: lynn.vernon@earthlink.net
  6806. Subject: safety concern
  6807.  
  6808. hi Lynn,  I'm Suzanne Pollock at 809 piney ridge dr in the forest.
  6809. don't know if you will be able to help me but i'm frustrated.  are there any
  6810. rules/laws that would help me.
  6811.  
  6812. The neighbor behind us has a pit bull that was eating the back fence.
  6813. He's very vicious.  my husband had to replace just that section because
  6814. we're outside a lot, our grandchildren come over, and we have 2 small dogs.
  6815. well now the dog is pushing his weight again the back fence and it is
  6816. starting to tear up.  he knocked one of the boards loose the other day and
  6817. stuck his head in our yard.  our granddaughters came in because they were
  6818. afraid.  he has also chewed our att u-verse cable twice which has left us
  6819. with no phone, internet, or tv plus the headache of calling them out, being
  6820. home when they come, and having to dig our yard up to rebury the cable.  i
  6821. have contacted animal control and they said they would come out and talk
  6822. with them.  can you help?
  6823.  
  6824. they live at 806 Hackberry.
  6825.  
  6826. thanks,
  6827. suzanne pollock
  6828. cell # 713-412-7562
  6829.  
  6830.  
  6831.  
  6832.  
  6833.  
  6834.  
  6835.  From:           Shari Burrows   Sent:           Wed 4/6/2011 5:03 PM
  6836.  To:     Lisa Price
  6837.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  6838.  Subject:        FW:
  6839.  Attachments:  
  6840. View As Web Page
  6841.  
  6842. Lisa,
  6843.  
  6844. I just wanted you to know that a binder was made and is in with the
  6845. others in the patrol room. Eric and I talked last night and decided, due
  6846. to the Friendswood connection the below actions have been taken
  6847. regarding the information provided by Officer Lewis and the information
  6848. you printed out for us yesterday, just so you are aware in case you get
  6849. any calls etc.
  6850.  
  6851. Shari
  6852.  
  6853. Shari Burrows
  6854. Friendswood Police Department
  6855. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  6856. 281-996-3340
  6857.  
  6858. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  6859.  
  6860.  
  6861.  
  6862.  
  6863. -----Original Message-----
  6864. From: Price, Bowman E. [mailto:Eric.Price@ic.fbi.gov]
  6865. Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2011 9:44 AM
  6866. To: Shari Burrows
  6867. Subject:
  6868.  
  6869. What I've done so far on this case:
  6870.  
  6871. 1. Contacted Judge and gave her my cell phone number to call me on
  6872. anything. She was very happy about that.
  6873.  
  6874. 2. Contacted her husband and advised him of same.
  6875.  
  6876. 3. Contacted Lewis and advised him to write a brief report, just in
  6877. case.
  6878.  
  6879. 4. Contacted Capt. at HCSO and offered our services if needed. She has
  6880. my cell phone also.
  6881.  
  6882. 5. Contacted Capt. at AG's office and did same as above.
  6883.  
  6884. 6. Advised FBI Texas City in case we need additional resources.
  6885.  
  6886. End
  6887.  
  6888.  
  6889. B. Eric Price, TFO
  6890. Friendswood Police
  6891. FBI TCRA - SSTF/JTTF
  6892. Office: 281.996.3346
  6893. Cell:    281.844.6456
  6894.  
  6895.  
  6896.  From:           Josh Rogers     Sent:           Thu 3/31/2011 9:19 AM
  6897.  To:     Erik James. Reyna; FSU; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  6898.  Cc:     Lisa Price; Justin Waggoner; Bob Wieners; Anthony C. Aprile; Jose Lobo; Michael Hurley; Shari Burrows
  6899.  Subject:        RE: Anonymous Crime Tip - 1907 San Jose
  6900.  Attachments:  
  6901. View As Web Page
  6902.  
  6903. Cpl. Reyna, thanks for obtaining the detailed response from the officers.
  6904.  
  6905.  
  6906.  
  6907. Please start from the very bottom of this email and read up.
  6908.  
  6909.  
  6910.  
  6911. Supervisors, please be aware that Officer Waggoner received information from a Lieutenant at another agency that his son had information that Adrian Puluse- Klusendorf had threatened a high school male with a knife and later with a AK47 at 1907 San Jose about two weeks ago.  Officer Waggoner later spoke to the alleged victim this week who stated Adrian did pull a knife on him in the evening time but he did not feel threatened by the act.  The alleged victim remained at location on San Jose and stayed the night. The next morning Adrian went to a closet and retrieved what the victim described as an AK47.  He showed it to the victim and pulled the trigger a couple of times and told him not to tell anyone about it.  This last Monday Officer Waggoner and I were speaking at 2255 West Parkwood when we observed a small Chevrolet pickup parked in the parking lot on the side of the store.  After a couple of minutes Officer Waggoner observed Adrian and another unidentified male sit up from the bed of the truck as if they were lying in the bed.  This is the same behavior that Officer Lobo and Aprile described in their below emails.
  6912.  
  6913.  
  6914.  
  6915. Supervisors please pass this information along to officers I think it is important to note that Officer Aprile described Adrian as “insolent”.  He has access to a gun, no parental oversight, hosting large gatherings at the residence, and has somewhat threatened another person.  Please use caution when responding to this location or dealing with the individuals.
  6916.  
  6917.  
  6918.  
  6919. Any future information please forward along in the form that Cpl. Reyna did.
  6920.  
  6921.  
  6922.  
  6923. Thanks Lt. Rogers      
  6924.  
  6925.  
  6926.  
  6927. From: Erik James. Reyna
  6928. Sent: Monday, March 14, 2011 12:04 AM
  6929. To: Josh Rogers
  6930. Cc: Michael Cordero; Erik James. Reyna
  6931. Subject: RE: Anonymous Crime Tip - 1907 San Jose
  6932.  
  6933.  
  6934.  
  6935. Lt. Rogers,
  6936.  
  6937. Here is some information on 1907 San Jose.  Lobo and Aprile dealt with this residence during the early morning hours of Sunday, March 13th, 2011.  I had them type me up some narratives which I copied below…..I also placed a copy of this email and copies of the citations in your in box.  We will continue to monitor the activities at the residence on MIDS.
  6938.  
  6939.  
  6940.  
  6941. From Officer Lobo:
  6942.  
  6943.  
  6944.  
  6945. On March 13, 2011 at approximately 03:20 hours, I, Officer J. Lobo, was advised by Friendswood Dispatcher Mindy Sanchez to contact the PD. I called in and Sanchez advised me that a Hispanic male was requesting assistance from an officer but that his English was very poor and she was unable to understand for what reason. I was transferred to her caller and spoke MIGUEL ENRIQUE LOPEZ (TX DL #08998342). Mr. Lopez advised me that his 15 year old daughter, Jennifer Lopez, snuck out of the apartment where they reside.
  6946.  
  6947.  
  6948.  
  6949. Mr. Lopez advised me he had last seen his daughter in his residence at League City at approximately 9:30 PM after he had picked her up from the 1907 San Jose, Friendswood, Texas 77546. Mr. Lopez explained he had allowed his daughter to visit her friends for two hours. Mr. Lopez dropped his daughter at 1907 San Jose at approximately 7:00 PM and picked her up at around 9:00 PM. Mr. Lopez does not know who resides at this residence. He advised that there were two females and a male, who he thinks were his daughter’s classmates, waiting for her at the driveway of 1907 San Jose. Mr. Lopez described him as a white male who appeared to be wearing a suit (later determined to be Adrian Puluse).
  6950.  
  6951.  
  6952.  
  6953. Mr. Lopez advised me that his daughter was very upset that he had not allowed her to stay. Lopez stated this may have been a factor as to why her residence without advising anyone. After discovering that she had snuck out of the apartment, Mr. Lopez contacted our PD and requested officer assistance. Mr. Lopez requested that we accompany him to 1907 San Jose in order to request information in relation to his daughter’s whereabouts. I advised Mr. Lopez to proceed to the League City Police Department and commence a Missing Child report. While Mr. Lopez made his report to LCPD, I would proceed to 1907 San Jose and ask for further information about Jennifer.
  6954.  
  6955.  
  6956.  
  6957. 1907 San Jose is a two story residence located east of the roadway, facing west. It has a paved driveway that leads into an attached garage. I observed a white colored Jeep SUV with TX LP #BH1 B654 (returns to Dianne Adams, 1308 W. Castlewood) (parked next to the curve directly in front of 1907 San Jose; facing north), a blue colored Dodge pickup with TX LP #AW9 1927 (this vehicle returns to John South) (parked on the south portion of the driveway; facing east), and a dark colored passenger vehicle that was parked on the north portion of the driveway (unknown plate; facing west). A peculiar feature of the residence includes a neon blue/black light that overcasts the front patio of the main entrance door. Mr. Lopez described the residence with that particular object.
  6958.  
  6959.  
  6960.  
  6961. Officer Aprille and I arrived at the front door and knocked several times before receiving answer from the homeowner, JOHN BRIAN SOUTH (TX DL #07298704). I identified myself and explained to him why we were at his residence. Mr. South advised us he had no recollection of any party at his residence. Mr. South explained that the only people who reside here are him and his two sons (an eight year old and a 16 year old). Mr. South explained that his 16 year old son was at his mother’s house. Mr. South advised us that his oldest son’s mother lives on 1906 Lavaca. Mr. South allowed us into the living room area as he went upstairs and looked into each room to find any juveniles aside from his two sons. I observed the living room area was vacant; no furniture aside from the foldable chairs. Mr. South advised us there were no other juveniles aside from his two sons (including the 16 year old who he had claimed was at another residence).
  6962.  
  6963.  
  6964.  
  6965. As we were clearing the scene and leaving the residence, I observed a small Chevrolet pickup (TX LP 38DCM7) truck traveling north at a slow pace towards our scene. As this truck approached 1907 San Jose, it appeared to have detected us and accelerated quickly towards North Mission. I observed three juveniles in the truck. The driver was not wearing a seat belt. The vehicle was approached and a traffic stop was conducted in the 2700 block of West Parkwood. Aside from the 4 juveniles sitting inside the truck, there were 3 juveniles laying flat inside the truck bed. The juveniles were unrestrained and an unknown alcoholic beverage was detected within the truck and the persons of each juvenile. They were asked to step out of the vehicle.
  6966.  
  6967.  
  6968.  
  6969. The following is a list of each juvenile in the truck:
  6970.  
  6971.  
  6972.  
  6973. *Edwin Beken (Driver), DOB 10/04/94, 2107 S. Mission Circle Friendswood, Texas
  6974.  
  6975. *Miranda Holland (Front Middle Passenger), DOB 05/10/94, 110 Clearview Apt 506
  6976.  
  6977. *Cody Cruthfiel (Front Right Passenger), DOB 05/22/95, 211 Stratmore Friendswood, Texas
  6978.  
  6979. *Adrian Puluse (Truck Bed Passenger), DOB 03/11/95, 1907 San Jose Friendswood, Texas
  6980.  
  6981. *Antonio Runyon (Truck Bed Passenger), DOB 12/08/94, 4 ½ Bruce Hall, Santa Fe
  6982.  
  6983. *Cole Russel (Front Rear Passenger), DOB 05/07/95, 3320 Castle Creek, League City
  6984.  
  6985. *Daniel Weller (Truck Bed Passenger), DOB 03/09/96, 112 Green Cedar, League City
  6986.  
  6987.  
  6988.  
  6989. When I asked them about Jennifer Lopez’s whereabouts, they all replied they knew her but that they did not know where she currently was. Adrian Puluse explained they were en route to 1907 San Jose Drive but decided not to when the driver observed us.
  6990.  
  6991.  
  6992.  
  6993. Each juvenile present was issued a citation for Curfew Violation and were released to their respective legal guardians.
  6994.  
  6995.  
  6996.  
  6997. A Silver 2007 Camry (TX LP #LLT 258) and White 2005 Ford F-150
  6998.  
  6999. (TX LP #65G PH3) were observed at 1906 Lavaca.
  7000.  
  7001.  
  7002.  
  7003. this is from Officer Aprile….
  7004.  
  7005.  
  7006.  
  7007. As we were clearing the scene we observed a silver 1999, Chevy, small frame pickup bearing TX LP 38DCM7 traveling east bound on S. Mission Circle at a high rate of speed. The vehicle made an abrupt left hand turn onto San Jose.  We observed multiple traffic violations and pursued to shut it down.  We caught up to the vehicle which was still driving erratically, and conducted a traffic stop in the 2700 blk of W. Parkwood Ave.
  7008.  
  7009.  
  7010.  
  7011. Upon approaching the vehicle we observed three juveniles lying in the bed, attempting to avoid detection.  Inside the truck were three juveniles sitting on the bench seat and a forth lying on the floor behind the bench.  All were unrestrained.  All of the juveniles exited the vehicle and the odor of alcohol was emitting from the gaggle.  In the cab of the truck was a back pack containing used Dixie cups that were still wet with an unknown alcoholic beverage.  No other contraband was located, but several of the juveniles had lighters in their pockets.
  7012.  
  7013.  
  7014.  
  7015. All of the juveniles were issued curfew violation citations and released to guardians.  The juveniles are as follows:
  7016.  
  7017.  
  7018.  
  7019. Driver - Edwin Beken, DOB 10/04/94, 2107 S. Mission Circle
  7020.  
  7021. Miranda Holland, DOB 05/10/94, 110 Clearview Apt 506
  7022.  
  7023. Cody Cruthfiel, DOB 05/22/95, 211 Stratmore
  7024.  
  7025. Adrian Puluse, DOB 03/11/95, 1907 San Jose
  7026.  
  7027. Antonio Runyon, DOB 12/08/94, 4 ½ Bruce Hall, Santa Fe
  7028.  
  7029. Cole Russel, DOB 05/07/95, 3320 Castle Creek, League City
  7030.  
  7031. Daniel Weller, DOB 03/09/96, 112 Green Cedar, League City
  7032.  
  7033.  
  7034.  
  7035. The juveniles were going over to Adrian’s at 1907 San Jose where they had been hanging out and were supposed to be spending the night.  They initially claimed to
  7036.  
  7037. be “just driving around”, but eventually said that they had come from Edwin’s house on S. Mission Circle.  All of the parents knew that their children were staying at
  7038.  
  7039. 1907 San Jose.
  7040.  
  7041.  
  7042.  
  7043. The best word to describe Adrian is insolent.  He was wearing a suit and kept complaining that he was messing up his $200 pants.  All of the other juveniles
  7044.  
  7045. were respectful, but Adrian made several comments that he didn’t have to listen to the Officers.  He was dealt with.  Adrian was released to his father, John South.
  7046.  
  7047. Earlier while at 1907 San Jose, we spoke with John who initially told us that Adrian was at his ex-wife’s house, but as he looked upstairs for the missing juveniles he
  7048.  
  7049. said that he saw Adrian sleeping in his room.  John obviously lied since Adrian was actually hiding in the back of the pickup when he told us that.
  7050.  
  7051.  
  7052.  
  7053.  
  7054.  
  7055.  
  7056.  
  7057.  
  7058.  
  7059.  
  7060.  
  7061.  
  7062.  
  7063.  
  7064.  
  7065.  
  7066.  
  7067. Corporal Erik Reyna # 2313
  7068.  
  7069. Friendswood Police Department Patrol Division
  7070.  
  7071. Dispatch:  281-996-3300
  7072.  
  7073. Office:  281-996-3329
  7074.  
  7075. Fax:  281-482-9318
  7076.  
  7077. Email:  EReyna@friendswood.com
  7078.  
  7079. From: Josh Rogers
  7080. Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2011 8:51 AM
  7081. To: Lisa Price; Michael Cordero; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna
  7082. Cc: Matthew Wise
  7083. Subject: RE: Anonymous Crime Tip - 1907 San Jose
  7084.  
  7085.  
  7086.  
  7087. I understand Kimball responded to this address but looking in CAD he did not list any names or DL numbers but he states multiple people on location who do not live there.  Can you please get with him and see if he has any names, DL’s, LP’s, etc and forward that information to us?
  7088.  
  7089.  
  7090.  
  7091. Thanks Lt. Rogers
  7092.  
  7093.  
  7094.  
  7095. From: Lisa Price
  7096. Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 4:57 PM
  7097. To: Michael Cordero; Dennis Senter; Josh Rogers
  7098. Subject: Anonymous Crime Tip - 1907 San Jose
  7099. Importance: High
  7100.  
  7101.  
  7102.  
  7103. As you can see, I received an anonymous crime tip about a potential nuisance house at 1907 San Jose.  I did a little checking and here is what I know about the house.
  7104.  
  7105.  
  7106.  
  7107. The house belongs to John Brian South (3/5/62) and Sabrina Louise South (12/4/71) but I think they may have split up over the past year or so because Sabrina has listed an address over at 17231 Blackhawk and now resides at 1906 Lavaca.
  7108.  
  7109.  
  7110.  
  7111. Sabrina has a 15 year old son named Adrian Klusendorf (3/11/95) and she now lives in the same house as Mario Holguin (1/23/89; drives a gray 2002 Ford Mustang VGF318). She is a lovely piece of work, having been arrested for exposing her genitals in 2007 (that’s just nasty).
  7112.  
  7113.  
  7114.  
  7115. John owns a business called Resource South Enterprises, Inc. and I believe he is the one that still resides in the house that is the subject of the complaint.  He has the following vehicles registered in his name:
  7116.  
  7117.  
  7118.  
  7119. 1994 Lexus 4dr, DCN740 – this vehicle was stopped on 7/4/10 by Aprile, the driver was Marquis Denzel Simmons (4/7/91); on 11/23/10 by Blair, the driver was Marquis Denzel Simmons, on 1/1/11 by Cramer, the driver was Marquis Denzel Simmons, and again on 1/2/11 by Epp, the driver that time was Brian Alexander Juarez (7/23/93; 17201 Blackhawk #607).
  7120.  
  7121.  
  7122.  
  7123. 2003 Dodge pickup, AW91927, which he purchased 11/8/2010 and has not yet been stopped on traffic and a 1991 Mitsubishi 2 dr, TBH602, which also has not been stopped.
  7124.  
  7125.  
  7126.  
  7127. So as you can see none of these vehicles match the two vehicle descriptions given in the anonymous crime tip.
  7128.  
  7129.  
  7130.  
  7131. It is interesting to me that Marquis (a 20 year old, 6’ 3”, 300 lb, black man) would be rooming with South (a 48 year old, 5’ 10”, 185 lb red-headed white man)?  Simmons does not have a CCH, he was the victim of credit card abuse on 4/5/10 when he left his card on the counter at the Valero at Blackhawk and FM 2351 (where he works); he was involved in an accident on 8/4/09 and was the victim of a BMV on 7/17/09 at 17201 Blackhawk.  There is nothing to indicate that Marquis has entered the drug trade.
  7132.  
  7133.  
  7134.  
  7135. Please have some extra patrols in this neighborhood especially on Friday and Saturday night so that we can see what kind of a crowd we are looking at.  There have been no noise complaints that I can find, so just as the caller said, we’ll be “surprised to find what goes on at that house.”
  7136.  
  7137.  
  7138.  
  7139. Officer Lisa Price
  7140.  
  7141. Friendswood Police Department
  7142.  
  7143. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  7144.  
  7145. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  7146.  
  7147. 281-996-3313
  7148.  
  7149. 281-482-9318 fax
  7150.  
  7151. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  7152.  
  7153. From: do_not_reply@ci.friendswood.tx.us [mailto:do_not_reply@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  7154. Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 12:25 PM
  7155. To: Lisa Price
  7156. Subject: Anonymous Crime Tips !!
  7157.  
  7158.  
  7159.  
  7160. Anonymous Crime Tips !!
  7161.  
  7162.  
  7163.        
  7164.  
  7165. There is a house in my neighborhood that almost every Fri/Sat night till 2-3 am a large gathering of teens in and outside of house. Parent is home and obviously allows this to happen. I would like additional patrols on this street please. The address is: 1907 San Jose Friendswood. The teens cars that are there is a White Jeep Grand Cherakee, Red Chevy Full Size truck. They are very disruptful and I do not want to talk with parent as I fear the teens doing something to me or my home. My husband travels, and I am home alone for weeks, and they have become very scary to live by. I think if the police drive through the neighborhood, you'd be surprised to find what goes on at that house. Thank you so much.
  7166.  
  7167. Request Date/Time: 2/23/2011 12:25:25 PM
  7168. Request IP Address: 66.134.35.98
  7169.  
  7170.  
  7171.  
  7172.  
  7173.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Tue 3/29/2011 2:25 PM
  7174.  To:     Bill Holbert; Mayor; Deirdre Brown; Jim Barr; Jim Hill; Mike Barker; Pat McGinnis
  7175.  Cc:     Toni Yeager; Melinda Welsh; Morad Kabiri; Terry Byrd; Nick Haby; Bob Wieners
  7176.  Subject:        FW: Safety concerns again -
  7177.  Attachments:    handfasting 107.jpg(192KB)  handfasting 101.jpg(194KB)  handfasting 104.jpg(195KB)  handfasting 100.jpg(195KB)
  7178. View As Web Page
  7179.  
  7180. Over the weekend, City staff was notified of an incident that took place at 400 N. Friendswood Drive.  You may recall this is the property that is currently being developed as the Koothan Vet Clinic.  An independent trucking contractor was delivering a load of dirt on Saturday and was approached by a resident, Lucille Hollander, who was concerned about him traversing an unpaved section of the pipeline easement running through the property.  The interaction did not go well and the driver was rude to the citizen, as evidenced in the attached photos.
  7181.  
  7182.  
  7183.  
  7184. Upon receipt of an email by Councilmember Brown of the situation, Staff contacted a representative of the pipeline companies to assess the situation for potential safety issues.  We were advised by the rep that they had been made aware of it and actually sent someone out to investigate.  Following the weekend’s activities, the Fire Marshal’s office coordinated a joint meeting with the pipeline companies’ representative, the contractor, and Community Development staff to determine what went wrong and what needs to be done to ensure it’s not repeated.  Ms. Hollander was invited to this meeting, but did not attend.  The contractor (Pinnacle Construction) advised that they were unaware of any deliveries or other activities that were to be done over the weekend.  Moreover, Pinnacle apologized to the resident (by email) and to our Staff for the incident, and stated they would not utilize that subcontractor again.
  7185.  
  7186.  
  7187.  
  7188. It appears the majority of the issues that take place on this project are during times when neither the pipeline companies’ inspector nor City staff (FMO or CDD) are on-site.  Both entities have reiterated to Pinnacle the need for better oversight of construction crews and subcontractors on the project, but do not have the resources to staff the site 24/7.  As the project is nearing completion and construction is winding down, there should not be a need to cross the unpaved section of the pipeline easement with heavy equipment.  In fact, Pinnacle has promised to use a backhoe to spread the dirt delivered Saturday rather than utilizing anything larger.  Additionally, the FMO, CDD and the pipeline inspector will conduct more site visits as the exterior improvements are finishing up.
  7189.  
  7190.  
  7191.  
  7192. Numerous emails have been received from Ms. Hollander and responded to by Councilmember Brown and Staff.  Morad Kabiri, Terry Byrd and I have spent a great deal of time on this issue over the past couple of days.  Staff has offered to meet with Ms. Hollander and any other residents to provide information and respond to questions or concerns.  Ms. Hollander has indicated that she is writing an article and prefers “meeting via email.”  Staff has let her know we will respond to her questions, but will encourage a face-to-face meeting to help resolve the issues, if the email traffic becomes too time-consuming.
  7193.  
  7194.  
  7195.  
  7196. To give you just a glimpse of the ongoing conversation, I’ve included Ms. Hollander’s latest response to Staff.  â€œIt actually has been shown to take less time to respond this way (via email), as people can use their less busy time to reflect and give a more meaningful answer.  Why don’t you please start the ball rolling by describing the process of attempting to make the city a safer place in times of growth, construction, and increased population?  How is that process funded?  Who contributes the ideas and how?  When the city issues permits to do work, exactly what does the permit process mean?”
  7197.  
  7198.  
  7199.  
  7200. Staff has responded that these are “philosophical questions that cannot be answered in a simple email.  We were under the impression that you had specific questions related to the Vet Clinic project.  Please provide a time in which you are able to meet and we will do our best to accommodate your time constraints.  Thanks.”
  7201.  
  7202.  
  7203.  
  7204. While writing this summary we received our 10th email from Ms. Hollander responding to the above offer to meet with her.   It reads “None of those questions are philosophical, what a permit means can be garnered by research and is crucial to the vet clinic questions.  There are pipeline dangers, very real fears of flooding, and the questions here are mirrored all over Friendsood as new growth leads to more crime, more danger, higher taxes, and what exactle are we getting here?   I go over to the building site with a pipeline concern, and I get threatened with arrest and the bird shot at me. How friendly IS Friendswood, any more?  Sorry you bailed so early, but after all, as the attached photos show, giving the bird to citizens is the new face of Friendswood.”
  7205.  
  7206.  
  7207.  
  7208. We are sorry for Ms. Hollander’s interaction with the trucking contractor and without debating definitions of words, we are attempting to be helpful.  Obviously we have not been successful, and we are sorry for that.  You may at some time see an “article” authored by Ms. Hollander, and wanted you to be aware that we are attempting to work with Ms. Hollander and the residents near the Koothan Vet Clinic project.
  7209.  
  7210.  
  7211.  
  7212. If you have any questions, please let me know.
  7213.  
  7214.  
  7215.  
  7216. Roger
  7217.  
  7218.  
  7219.  
  7220.  
  7221.  
  7222.  
  7223.  
  7224. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  7225.  
  7226. City Manager
  7227.  
  7228. City of Friendswood
  7229.  
  7230. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  7231.  
  7232. Friendswood, TX 77546
  7233.  
  7234. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  7235.  
  7236. Cell (281) 635-3074
  7237.  
  7238. Fax (281) 482-3722
  7239.  
  7240. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  7241.  
  7242.  
  7243.  
  7244.  
  7245.  
  7246.  
  7247.  
  7248.   From:          Roger Roecker   Sent:           Tue 3/29/2011 10:05 AM
  7249.  To:     Bob Wieners
  7250.  Cc:     
  7251.  Subject:        FW: UASI
  7252.  Attachments:  
  7253. View As Web Page
  7254.  
  7255. What is UASI?
  7256.  
  7257.  
  7258.  
  7259. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  7260.  
  7261. City Manager
  7262.  
  7263. City of Friendswood
  7264.  
  7265. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  7266.  
  7267. Friendswood, TX 77546
  7268.  
  7269. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  7270.  
  7271. Cell (281) 635-3074
  7272.  
  7273. Fax (281) 482-3722
  7274.  
  7275. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  7276.  
  7277.  
  7278.  
  7279. This communication may contain information which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to the message or by telephone at (281)996-3250.
  7280.  
  7281. From: Sherri Riveron [mailto:SBenjamin@riveronlaw.us]
  7282. Sent: Friday, March 25, 2011 5:29 PM
  7283. To: Bob Wieners
  7284. Subject: UASI
  7285.  
  7286.  
  7287.  
  7288. Bob,
  7289.  
  7290.  
  7291.  
  7292. Confirming ----April 7th 10:00 am Downtown Central Library.
  7293.  
  7294. UASI new applicants meeting then kick off meeting then individual meeting with HLS.
  7295.  
  7296. The deadline for applications will be very short! The application is not yet out but we need to start working from the last one.
  7297.  
  7298. I will start forwarding information requests as soon as I start cutting up the questions and information that will likely be requested.
  7299.  
  7300. Talk soon. Have a good weekend.
  7301.  
  7302.  
  7303.  
  7304.  
  7305.  
  7306. Sherri Benjamin-Riveron
  7307.  
  7308. The Riveron Law Firm, P.C.
  7309.  
  7310. 699 S. Friendswood Dr., Suite 106
  7311.  
  7312. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  7313.  
  7314. Office: (281) 648-9700
  7315.  
  7316. Cellular: (713)206-0302
  7317.  
  7318. sbenjamin@riveronlaw.us
  7319.  
  7320.  
  7321.  
  7322.  
  7323.  
  7324.  From:           Shari Burrows   Sent:           Mon 3/28/2011 5:31 PM
  7325.  To:     Bob Wieners; Doug Lauersdorf
  7326.  Cc:     Jimmy Holland
  7327.  Subject:        RE: Intern
  7328.  Attachments:  
  7329. View As Web Page
  7330.  
  7331. Thank you.
  7332.  
  7333.  
  7334.  
  7335. Shari Burrows
  7336.  
  7337. Friendswood Police Department
  7338.  
  7339. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  7340.  
  7341. 281-996-3340
  7342.  
  7343.  
  7344.  
  7345. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  7346.  
  7347.  
  7348.  
  7349.  
  7350.  
  7351.  
  7352.  
  7353.  
  7354.  
  7355. From: Bob Wieners
  7356. Sent: Monday, March 28, 2011 3:48 PM
  7357. To: Doug Lauersdorf
  7358. Cc: Shari Burrows; Jimmy Holland
  7359. Subject: RE: Intern
  7360.  
  7361.  
  7362.  
  7363. He is approved for the intern program.
  7364.  
  7365.  
  7366.  
  7367. From: Doug Lauersdorf
  7368. Sent: Monday, March 28, 2011 3:12 PM
  7369. To: Bob Wieners
  7370. Cc: Shari Burrows; Jimmy Holland
  7371. Subject: Intern
  7372.  
  7373.  
  7374.  
  7375. Chief,
  7376.  
  7377.  
  7378.  
  7379. Please see attached for your review and approval.
  7380.  
  7381.  
  7382.  
  7383. Sergeant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  7384.  
  7385. Administrative Services Division
  7386.  
  7387. Professional Standards and Training
  7388.  
  7389. Friendswood Police Department
  7390.  
  7391. 1600 Whitaker Dr .
  7392.  
  7393. Friendswood , Texas 77546
  7394.  
  7395. Office # 281-996-3309
  7396.  
  7397. Fax # 281-482-9318
  7398.  
  7399. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  7400.  
  7401.  
  7402.  
  7403.  
  7404.  
  7405.  
  7406.  From:           Dunford Gen Joseph F [joseph.dunford@usmc.mil]          Sent:           Mon 3/28/2011 5:47 AM
  7407.  To:     Bob Wieners
  7408.  Cc:     
  7409.  Subject:        RE: Texas
  7410.  Attachments:  
  7411. View As Web Page
  7412.  
  7413. Bob ... sounds great.  Ellyn has surgery this Friday ... I don't think she'll be able to make the trip.  Look forward to seeing you ...
  7414.  
  7415. SF
  7416. Joe
  7417.  
  7418. -----Original Message-----
  7419. From: Bob Wieners [mailto:bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  7420. Sent: Sunday, March 27, 2011 20:58
  7421. To: Dunford Gen Joseph F
  7422. Subject: Re: Texas
  7423.  
  7424.  
  7425. Yes.....i will see you on the 16th. I fully appreciate the dynamics of your schedule. I will leave Houston Friday afternoon and be in place late evening.
  7426.  
  7427. If no goblins or psychos hijack the plan, i am a player for Dallas! If I play nice with Susan .... she may come too. I will pick her up at the Med Center after work on Friday and roll north.
  7428.  
  7429. My contact number is 281 642 6649 for cell and Dispatch is 281 996 3300....they can find me anywhere.
  7430.  
  7431. Is Ellyn making the trip?
  7432.  
  7433.  
  7434.  
  7435. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  7436.  
  7437.  
  7438.  
  7439. ----- Reply message -----
  7440. From: "Dunford Gen Joseph F" <joseph.dunford@usmc.mil>
  7441. Date: Sun, Mar 27, 2011 19:37
  7442. Subject: Texas
  7443. To: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  7444.  
  7445. Bob--
  7446.  
  7447. I'll be in Dallas on April 16th ... luncheon and dinner events associated with Dallas Military Ball.  Unfortunately, I won't be able to spend any extra time on the deck this trip.  Will you be in Dallas for that event?
  7448.  
  7449. Hope all else is well.  Waiting for the locusts and frogs back here in DC ... we've seen everything else in the last few months ...
  7450.  
  7451. SF
  7452. Joe
  7453.  
  7454. -----Original Message-----
  7455. From: Bob Wieners [mailto:bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us]
  7456. Sent: Saturday, March 26, 2011 18:31
  7457. To: Dunford Gen Joseph F
  7458. Subject: Texas
  7459.  
  7460. Are you headed to the lonestar state in April. If so, maybe we can connect.
  7461.  
  7462. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  7463.  
  7464.  
  7465.  From:           tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info [tina@friendswoodanimaladvocates.info]     Sent:           Tue 3/8/2011 1:22 PM
  7466.  To:     Bob Wieners
  7467.  Cc:     Sandy Burchsted FAA
  7468.  Subject:        Meeting
  7469.  Attachments:    Agenda Items.doc(32KB)
  7470. View As Web Page
  7471. Dear Chief Wieners,
  7472.  
  7473. Sandy and I would like to arrange a meeting with you the week of March 14th.
  7474. Due to the sensitive nature of some of our agenda items (attached), we request to meet solely with you.  If you can grant this request, please let us know if Tuesday, March 15 or Wednesday, March 16 works best.
  7475.  
  7476. Sincerely,
  7477. Tina Wood
  7478.  
  7479.  
  7480.                              
  7481.                              http://friendswoodanimaladvocates.org  
  7482.                              
  7483.                               From:      Lisa Price      Sent:           Fri 3/4/2011 10:10 AM
  7484.  To:     Bob Wieners
  7485.  Cc:     
  7486.  Subject:        You Have Been Served a Subpoena
  7487.  Attachments:  
  7488. View As Web Page
  7489.  
  7490. I just opened a subpoena that you received in the mail yesterday from Harris County for a case that is going to trial on Monday in Harris County at 8:45 a.m.  The instructions say to contact ADA Kate Skagerbert at 713-755-6106 immediately regarding a case against Quentin Castilow for Possession of a Controlled Substance.
  7491.  
  7492.  
  7493.  
  7494. Officer Lisa Price
  7495.  
  7496. Friendswood Police Department
  7497.  
  7498. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  7499.  
  7500. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  7501.  
  7502. 281-996-3313
  7503.  
  7504. 281-482-9318 fax
  7505.  
  7506. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  7507.  
  7508.  
  7509.  From:           Kevin S. Crouch         Sent:           Thu 3/3/2011 10:06 AM
  7510.  To:     Bob Wieners
  7511.  Cc:     
  7512.  Subject:        FW: Apology
  7513.  Attachments:  
  7514. View As Web Page
  7515.  
  7516.  
  7517.  
  7518.  
  7519.  
  7520. From: Kenneth Kruse [mailto:kwkruse@att.net]
  7521. Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 9:50 PM
  7522. To: Kevin S. Crouch
  7523. Subject: Apology
  7524.  
  7525.  
  7526.  
  7527. Officer Crouch
  7528.  
  7529. This message comes strictly as a homeowner in the Forest of Friendswood.  I myself want to express my apology for the way you and especially the Chief were treated the other night at our HOA monthly meeting.  I for one recognize you and Chief’s experience and expertise and value both of your inputs.  I was extremely embarrassed when our HOA President began arguing with the Chief.  Please understand that his attitude does not reflect the majority of the homeowners in the neighborhood.  I talked to at least 6 others after the meeting that were just as shocked.  Please pass on my apology to the Chief.
  7530.  
  7531. And thanks again for all your hard work for the community.
  7532.  
  7533.  
  7534.  
  7535. Sincerely,
  7536.  
  7537. Kenneth Kruse
  7538.  
  7539.  
  7540.  
  7541.  
  7542.  From:           Steve Waldner [wes.waldner@gmail.com]   Sent:           Mon 2/28/2011 9:40 PM
  7543.  To:     Stephen T. Waldner
  7544.  Cc:     Benny KING; Bob North; Carl DEGEN; Col. Gayle Twyman; Col. Mike HARRINGTON; Bob Wieners; Dave TUCKER; JIM BALL; Joe Cook; Mike VALASCO; Paul RENFRO; Scott MOSELEY; Vincent Morrison
  7545.  Subject:        Re: 3RDMARDIV Association Meeting
  7546.  Attachments:    3RDMARDIV MINUTES 2-11.doc(71KB)  3RDMARDIV MINUTES 2-11.docx(63KB)  Balance Sheet 3rdMarDiv March 11.docx(53KB)
  7547. View As Web Page
  7548.  
  7549.          
  7550.  
  7551.          
  7552.  
  7553.          
  7554.  
  7555.          
  7556.  
  7557.              Attention all hands, there will be a meeting of the 3rd Marine Division Association Houston Chapter on Tuesday 1 MARCH 2011 at 1830 at Ninfa’s on the Gulf Freeway.   The minutes and the agenda will be  at the meeting.
  7558.  
  7559.  
  7560.  
  7561.              Semper Fi!
  7562.  
  7563.              
  7564.  
  7565.             Steve Waldner
  7566.  
  7567.             President
  7568.  
  7569.             3rdMarDiv Association
  7570.  
  7571.             Houston Chapter
  7572.            
  7573.            
  7574.            
  7575.  From:           Shari Burrows   Sent:           Mon 2/28/2011 9:19 AM
  7576.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  7577.  Cc:     
  7578.  Subject:        FW: Operation Fallen Hero-Operation Bombardier
  7579.  Attachments:  
  7580. View As Web Page
  7581.  
  7582. FYI – another good release. Another job well-done.
  7583.  
  7584.  
  7585.  
  7586. Shari Burrows
  7587.  
  7588. Friendswood Police Department
  7589.  
  7590. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  7591.  
  7592. 281-996-3340
  7593.  
  7594.  
  7595.  
  7596. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  7597.  
  7598.  
  7599.  
  7600.  
  7601.  
  7602.  
  7603.  
  7604. From: Eric Price
  7605. Sent: Monday, February 28, 2011 9:17 AM
  7606. To: Shari Burrows
  7607. Subject: Operation Fallen Hero-Operation Bombardier
  7608.  
  7609.  
  7610.  
  7611. For Immediate Release                        
  7612. February 24, 2011
  7613.        
  7614.  
  7615. FBI Houston
  7616. Contact: Special Agent Shauna Dunlap
  7617. (713) 936-7638
  7618.  
  7619. Operation Fallen Hero-Operation Bombardier
  7620. Houston-Area Law Enforcement Joins Forces to Attack Mexican Cartels and Associates
  7621.  
  7622. As part of Operation Fallen Hero-Operation Bombardier, Houston-area federal, state, and local law enforcement officials have joined forces in a series of coordinated strikes against Mexican drug cartels and their associates who operate across the United States. Operations in Central America, Colombia, and Brazil are also ongoing. Law enforcement counterparts have mobilized to increase pressure on these organizations at every level.
  7623.  
  7624. This series of operations illustrate the continued resolve and commitment to attack these brutal Mexican cartels and trafficking associates with a unified front. These efforts have proven successful as illustrated by seizures today in the Houston area of approximately $750,000 in U.S. currency, 322 pounds of marijuana, 13 kilograms of cocaine, 37 weapons, 10 vehicles, and the arrest of 33 individuals.
  7625.  
  7626. “The valiant efforts of our combined law enforcement resources came to bear this morning not by accident, but by necessity. The DEA, and all of our law enforcement partners, will continue to aggressively disrupt and dismantle the ruthless drug trafficking organizations and their partners in crime who are operating on both sides of the Texas/Mexico border,” said Thomas Hinojosa, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the Houston Division, Drug Enforcement Administration.
  7627.  
  7628. Recent tragedies reiterate the need for all of law enforcement to address the violent drug cartels in Mexico, their associates in the United States, and other criminal elements we face. As we move forward with a unified effort against the Mexican cartels, we do so with our law enforcement and international partners beside us. Challenging the status quo and holding the traffickers accountable has been a hallmark of President Calderon’s government. Our counterparts on the front line in Mexico have shared in these tragic sacrifices losing many dedicated officers in this fight.
  7629.  
  7630. Federal, state, and local law enforcement throughout the Houston area are attacking these criminal organizations at every level, while also coordinating with our foreign counterparts to fully disrupt and dismantle the Mexican cartels and their domestic networks throughout the United States.
  7631.  
  7632. The recent murders of ICE Special Agent Jaime Zapata, in Mexico, and the wounding of ICE Special Agent Victor Avila, as well as the shooting of an HPD officer this morning, are graphic reminders of the violent nature of these criminal organizations.
  7633.  
  7634. “This coordinated effort shows that ICE Special Agent Jaime Zapata will not be forgotten. While the murder is personal to ICE, we are arresting transnational gang members and drug traffickers who have links to Mexican cartels because of their criminal activity and not simply out of retaliation,” said Robert Rutt, Special Agent in charge of ICE-Homeland Security Investigations in Houston. “The priority here is fighting transnational gang violence and drug trafficking in the U.S. by Mexican led cartels who profit through violence and fear.”
  7635.  
  7636. “On a daily basis, throughout the United States and around the world, the U.S. Marshals Service works with our federal, state, and local law enforcement colleagues to track down violent offenders. This operation is a glowing example of the success that can be achieved when all agencies stand together to combat those who deal in drugs, weapons and violence. Our thoughts and prayers go to the families of fallen law enforcement officers who have made the supreme sacrifice in this ongoing battle,” stated U.S. Marshal Elizabeth Saenz
  7637.  
  7638. Participating in these joint operations were: ATF, ICE-HSI, DEA, FBI, IRS, U.S Marshals Service, United States Attorney’s Office, Texas Department of Public Safety, Houston PD, Harris County SO, Pasadena PD, LaPorte PD, Ft. Bend SO, Montgomery County SO, Galveston City PD, Galveston County SO, Rosenburg PD, Texas National Guard, Brazoria County SO, League City PD, Freeport PD, Friendswood PD, Lake Jackson PD, TDCJ-OIG, Harris County Constables Jefferson County SO, and the Harris and Ft. Bend District Attorney’s Office.
  7639.  
  7640.  
  7641.  
  7642.  
  7643.  
  7644. B. Eric Price
  7645.  
  7646. Criminal Investigator
  7647.  
  7648. Friendswood Police Department
  7649.  
  7650. Criminal Investigations Division
  7651.  
  7652. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  7653.  
  7654. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  7655.  
  7656. Communications: 281-996-3300
  7657.  
  7658. Office Direct: 281-996-3346
  7659.  
  7660. Fax: 281-482-9318
  7661.  
  7662. eprice@friendswood.com
  7663.  
  7664.  
  7665.  
  7666. "There is nothing more stimulating than a case where everything goes against you." Sherlock Holmes
  7667.  
  7668.  
  7669.  
  7670.  
  7671.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Thu 2/17/2011 11:24 AM
  7672.  To:     Bob Wieners
  7673.  Cc:     Michele Brown
  7674.  Subject:        Precinct 8 CCH Access
  7675.  Attachments:  
  7676. View As Web Page
  7677.  
  7678. I followed up with Michele this morning about CCH Access for Precinct 8 and here is the current status:
  7679.  
  7680.  
  7681.  
  7682. 1)       Dispatch will and does provide CCH information to Precinct 8 via radio or in person
  7683.  
  7684. 2)       Dispatch has no way of verifying who the Precinct 8 deputies are when they call by phone; the dispatchers do not recognize their voices or do they know them by name; therefore, they are not providing them with CCH information via phone.
  7685.  
  7686.  
  7687.  
  7688. Michele is working to fix this issue by coordinating with Precinct 8 (Ross) to provide a “code word” if they call in to dispatch by phone to receive CCH information. So, the issue is well on its way to being fixed as Michele seems to have a plan.
  7689.  
  7690.  
  7691.  
  7692. Officer Lisa Price
  7693.  
  7694. Friendswood Police Department
  7695.  
  7696. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  7697.  
  7698. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  7699.  
  7700. 281-996-3313
  7701.  
  7702. 281-482-9318 fax
  7703.  
  7704. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  7705.  
  7706.  
  7707.  
  7708.  
  7709.  
  7710.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Wed 2/16/2011 10:00 AM
  7711.  To:     Bob Wieners
  7712.  Cc:     
  7713.  Subject:        Chief's To-Do List
  7714.  Attachments:  
  7715. View As Web Page
  7716.  
  7717. Chief's To-Do List
  7718.  
  7719. (Things you need to do because others are waiting for them)
  7720.  
  7721.  
  7722.  
  7723.           Captain Burrows' EPR (Deputy Chief Loeser noticed it on your desk, was curious as to why it still had not been signed by Captain Burrows as hers and Captain Hurley's were done at the same time and Captain Hurley's has already gone back down to City Hall)
  7724.  
  7725.  
  7726.  
  7727.           Sgt. Lauersdorf's EPR
  7728.  
  7729.  
  7730.  
  7731.           IQ letters for Lt. Rogers (IQ folders are on your desk)
  7732.  
  7733.  
  7734.  
  7735.           Review FSU candidate files (files were provided to you yesterday)
  7736.  
  7737.  
  7738.  
  7739.           Review of K-9 Agreement
  7740.  
  7741.  
  7742.  
  7743.           Hashki, from Channel 2, has already called to see if you were releasing any information about the 4-wheeler thefts in connection with Collins and his accomplice.  Her phone number is 713-205-7515
  7744.  
  7745.  
  7746.  
  7747.           Meeting with Mr. Roecker at 1:30 p.m. (Do you need to prepare anything?)
  7748.  
  7749.  
  7750.  
  7751.           Have you talked with Deputy Chief Loeser or the City Manager about the Canadian film crew's request?
  7752.  
  7753.  
  7754.  
  7755.  
  7756.  
  7757. Officer Lisa Price
  7758.  
  7759. Friendswood Police Department
  7760.  
  7761. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  7762.  
  7763. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  7764.  
  7765. 281-996-3313
  7766.  
  7767. 281-482-9318 fax
  7768.  
  7769. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  7770.  
  7771.  
  7772.  
  7773.  
  7774.  
  7775.  
  7776.  From:           Doug Lauersdorf         Sent:           Fri 7/29/2011 8:05 PM
  7777.  To:     Erik James. Reyna
  7778.  Cc:     Michael Cordero
  7779.  Subject:        RE: Todd RAP
  7780.  Attachments:  
  7781. View As Web Page
  7782.  
  7783. Sgt. Cordero and Cpl. Reyna,
  7784.  
  7785.  
  7786.  
  7787. I spoke with Captain Hurley and he advised to extend his RAP for six months.  He also advised to document in the extension of his RAP that he will be given thirty days to correct his deficiencies and if he fails to correct his deficiencies at the end of the thirty day period his extra job privileges will he revoked.  Please provide me with a copy of the final report/documentation on his RAP.  In addition to the Final Rap Report, please provide me with a copy of any documents that you will present to him at your upcoming meeting.  Go ahead and schedule your official meeting with Officer Todd on August 2nd around 10:30PM to discuss the extension of his RAP and the consequences if he fails to correct his deficiencies.
  7788.  
  7789.  
  7790.  
  7791. Thanks,
  7792.  
  7793.  
  7794.  
  7795. Lieutenant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  7796.  
  7797. Assistant Commander of Patrol Division
  7798.  
  7799. Friendswood Police Department
  7800.  
  7801. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  7802.  
  7803. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  7804.  
  7805. Office # 281-996-3371
  7806.  
  7807. Fax # 281-482-9318
  7808.  
  7809. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  7810.  
  7811.  
  7812.  
  7813.  
  7814.  
  7815.  
  7816.  
  7817. From: Erik James. Reyna
  7818. Sent: Friday, July 29, 2011 12:41 AM
  7819. To: Doug Lauersdorf
  7820. Cc: Michael Hurley; Michael Cordero
  7821. Subject: Todd RAP
  7822.  
  7823.  
  7824.  
  7825. Lt. Lauersdorf,
  7826.  
  7827.  
  7828.  
  7829. As you may already be aware of, Officer Todd has been on a Remedial Action Plan.  The date of the RAP was from January 14th thru July 14th.
  7830.  
  7831.  
  7832.  
  7833. These core areas were identified as areas in need of improvement or unsatisfactory during Officer Todd’s annual employee performance review and were the basis of this Remedial Action Plan (RAP).
  7834.  
  7835. §         Adaptability and Continuous Learning
  7836.  
  7837. -Seeks feedback to improve performance
  7838.  
  7839. §         Core Values
  7840.  
  7841.              -Demonstrates Accuracy and Thoroughness
  7842.  
  7843. §         Dependability and Organizational Support
  7844.  
  7845. -Follows instructions, responds to management direction
  7846.  
  7847. §         Patrol
  7848.  
  7849. -Initiates self-directed activity
  7850.  
  7851. §         Job Knowledge
  7852.  
  7853. -Requires minimal supervision
  7854.  
  7855.  
  7856.  
  7857. Officer Todd was also required to bring his self initiated activity in patrol measured categories to be at or above the shift average by the end of the RAP.  This is the one area officer Todd has failed to meet.  Officer Todd failed to meet the average in all patrol measured categories with the exception of DWI arrests; and therefore his RAP is going to be extended another six months.
  7858.  
  7859.  
  7860.  
  7861. Officer Pearson was under very similar circumstances with his RAP at the end of the six months.  He failed to meet productivity expectations and his RAP was extended for another six months.  He also lost any extra job privileges, but those privileges were reinstated after three months due to Officer Pearson showing a consistently solid productivity level.  He ultimately met the productivity levels at the end of the six month extension and is no longer on a RAP.  In speaking with Cordero we plan on following the same route with Officer Todd.  We are going to request Officer Todd’s RAP be extended for six more months.  We are also going to request he lose his extra job privileges.
  7862.  
  7863.  
  7864.  
  7865. Pending approval from Capt. Hurley, we plan on having an official meeting with Officer Todd on August 2nd around 10:30PM to discuss the extension of his RAP.   I also wanted to let you know Officer Todd is aware of the possibility of losing his extra jobs and has already written letters in his defense to keep his extra jobs.  He made a comment to me that he needs his extra jobs for his family and so his doesn’t go bankrupt.  He wanted to provide me these letters but I told him to hold on to anything until after our official meeting.  It should be noted that the following excerpt is listed on Officer Todd’s initial RAP which he received back in January.
  7866.  
  7867.  
  7868.  
  7869. “The Chief of Police has elected to allow you to continue working off-duty employment; however, this will be reviewed again and negative performance issues may lead to a suspension of off-duty employment privileges.”
  7870.  
  7871.  
  7872.  
  7873.  
  7874.  
  7875. Sgt. Cordero and I also plan on briefing Sgt. Scofield and Cpl. Jenkins in regards to Officer Todd’s RAP so they can supervise the extension.  I wanted to fill you in on this situation.  Feel free to contact me or Sgt. Cordero if you have any questions.
  7876.  
  7877.  
  7878.  
  7879.  
  7880.  
  7881.  
  7882.  
  7883. Corporal Erik Reyna # 2313
  7884.  
  7885. Friendswood Police Department Patrol Division
  7886.  
  7887. Dispatch:  281-996-3300
  7888.  
  7889. Office:  281-996-3329
  7890.  
  7891. Fax:  281-482-9318
  7892.  
  7893. Email:  EReyna@friendswood.com
  7894.  
  7895.  
  7896.  
  7897.  From:           Kevin S. Crouch         Sent:           Fri 7/29/2011 11:08 AM
  7898.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Carlos Granillo; Carol Hargis; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean Spencer; Debbie Murphree; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Dustin A. Todd; Edmundo DeLacerda; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Eric Price; Erik James. Reyna; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; Jimmy Holland; John L. Elliott; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; Kathryn Mach; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Marc A. Dion; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Michele Brown; Mindy Sanchez; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Nicholas D. McCanless; Nick Risch; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Rachael Tamayo; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge; Ryan Jenkins; Shaina Berry; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stella Muniz; Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Tammy Scroggins; Terrie Doyle; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D. Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs
  7899.  Cc:     
  7900.  Subject:        FW:
  7901.  Attachments:    summer splash.jpg(6MB)
  7902. View As Web Page
  7903.  
  7904.  
  7905.  
  7906.  
  7907.  
  7908. From: Kevin S. Crouch
  7909. Sent: Friday, July 29, 2011 9:47 AM
  7910. To: Simon Anguiano
  7911. Subject:
  7912.  
  7913.  
  7914.  
  7915. To all:
  7916.  
  7917.  
  7918.  
  7919. It’s that time of year again to come join us and cool off at the 2nd annual F.P.O.A. Summer Splash Event. Attached is a flyer with additional information.
  7920.  
  7921.  
  7922.  
  7923. This is a FAMILY EVENT.
  7924.  
  7925.  
  7926.  
  7927. Additionally we will be holding an F.P.O.A. Meeting at the event to begin at 3:30 pm. Most importantly it’s that time to elect board members. If you are interested in running for an F.P.O.A. board position please reply to this email listing the position in which you will be running for. YOU NEED TO REPLY TO THIS EMAIL NO LATER THAN AUGUST 5TH.
  7928.  
  7929.  
  7930.  
  7931. Positions Up for election
  7932.  
  7933.  
  7934.  
  7935. President                                                           Sgt. at Arms
  7936.  
  7937.  
  7938.  
  7939. Vice President                                                   Board Member 1
  7940.  
  7941.  
  7942.  
  7943. Treasurer/Sectary                                              Board Member 2
  7944.  
  7945.  
  7946.  
  7947. It is important to remember that those elected will be expected to help plan and execute F.P.O.A. events, fundraisers, meetings, and other related duties.
  7948.  
  7949.  
  7950.  
  7951. If you have Questions please get with me or call me or email me or pass a note under my office door….etc.
  7952.  
  7953.  
  7954.  
  7955. I will be running again for President, Simon will be running for Vice President, and Lisa will be running for Treasurer/Sectary.
  7956.  
  7957.  
  7958.  
  7959.  
  7960.  
  7961.  
  7962.  
  7963. Kevin Crouch
  7964.  
  7965. Crime Prevention Officer
  7966.  
  7967. Friendswood Police Department
  7968.  
  7969. 1600 Whitaker Dr.
  7970.  
  7971. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  7972.  
  7973. 281-996-3316 or 281-996-3300
  7974.  
  7975.  
  7976.  
  7977.  
  7978.  
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  7981.  
  7982.  
  7983.  
  7984.  From:           Nicholas D. McCanless   Sent:           Wed 7/27/2011 4:44 PM
  7985.  To:     Josh Rogers
  7986.  Cc:     Shari Burrows; Eric Price; Doug Lauersdorf; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Michael Hurley; Lisa Price; FSU; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  7987.  Subject:        Re: Fraud
  7988.  Attachments:  
  7989. View As Web Page
  7990. This is a disgrace!! I traveled all over the state with my daughter while she played competition basketball for Prime Time sports. They are a great orginization and provide good oportunities for children and young adults. I would be glad to investigate this case and put these sorry $&@$&@& folks in jail. If theres anything i can do to help please let me know. Guys like him can pull in hundreds if not thousands of teams to play in these tournaments. They will rent several gyms at a time so that they can get as many teams as they can into the tournament. And they hold these tournaments almost every weekend throughout the summer. The only cost to him is the rental of the gyms, and the referees, but that is included in the team fees. This is sad, because all of the kids that are playing is this league are going to suffer more than anyone. Please keep me updated on this case, and I will gladly help if I can.
  7991.  
  7992. Nick-
  7993.  
  7994. Sent from my iPhone
  7995.  
  7996. On Jul 27, 2011, at 9:29 AM, "Josh Rogers" <jrogers@ci.friendswood.tx.us> wrote:
  7997.  
  7998. > Please read the below information and refer any additional complaints you might receive to me concerning Mr. Brooks.
  7999. >
  8000. > I have not yet generated a report.
  8001. >
  8002. >  
  8003. >
  8004. > Thanks Lt. Rogers
  8005. >
  8006. >  
  8007. >
  8008. > On Friday 7/22/2011 at approximately 1:00PM Captain Hurley received a phone call from Heath Besch cell 979-484-9412 work 979-732-3101 with Mikeska's BBQ in Columbus, Texas in reference to a Chris James 713 493-8197 wanting Mikeska's BBQ to provide BBQ plates for 250 people to a Basketball tournament at Friendswood High School.  Heath stated that Chris James initially called on Wednesday 7/20/11 and wanted the BBQ delivered on Saturday 7/23/2011 and then called today and changed the delivery to Sunday 7/24/2011 at 11:00AM to Friendswood High School.  Heath stated that Chris James told him that the caterer they had set up "Fucked them" and he needed to find a new one.  Heath asked who it was and Chris told him James Coney Island.  Chris told Heath that he would have him a check from the school on Sunday when they delivered the food.  Heath then called James Coney Island and spoke with Rosie Tamayo cell 832-541-3559 work 713-932-1500 and Rosie told Heath that James Coney Island backed out of the deal with Chris James after learning he was associated with the same company that stole from them back in 2010.
  8009. >
  8010. >  
  8011. >
  8012. > I then contacted FISD to see if they in fact had an event going on at FHS.  Mark Griffon and Thad Roher told me that a company called Prime Time Sports was renting the Gym at FHS for three days to hold a basketball tournament.  They both stated that FISD would not be issuing any checks for this event only receiving a check for the rental of the Gym.
  8013. >
  8014. >  
  8015. >
  8016. > I then contacted Lisa Price to see if she could locate any information on Chris James or from his number of 713-493-8197 or for Prime Time Sports.  Lisa advised that she located the phone number on a website called Xtreme Sports but the name listed under the website was for a Martin Brooks.  She stated they did list on the website the event being held at FHS called Gulf Coast Hoop Xplosion.  I reviewed the website and noticed it stated payments can be sent via Western Union or Money Gram and are due on Wednesday 7/20/2011 or $200.00 at door cash only.
  8017. >
  8018. >  
  8019. >
  8020. > I then contacted Rosie Tamayo with James Coney Island who told me she received a call from Chris James on Thursday 7/14/2011 wanting her company to provide food for a school function.  She told Chris that he needed to complete some paperwork and email it to her.  She stated she then received an email from a Martin Brooks on Friday 7/15/2011 providing a visa card # 4852-7900-0448-1228.  Rosie told me that she remembered the name Martin Brooks from a scam that he was involved with back on June 17, 2010.  She told me that on June 17, 2010 she provided a Martin Brooks with 962.88 worth of food for a sporting event and he gave here a Visa card # 4744-7200-5567-5314 exp 05/13 to hold as a deposit and not to run it and he would provide a check the day the food was delivered.  She stated she did not run the card but logged it on his paperwork. He did provide a check when the food was delivered.  Rosie went on to say that a couple of days later she received a request from a Charles Johnson with L&N or L&S Youth Sports who wanted 1,727.67 worth of food delivered to a school for a sports function.  She stated James Coney Island attempted to deliver the food but none showed up to accept the food.  She stated at this time the check from June 17, 2010 returned from the bank as not any good.  She then tried to run the credit card and it showed to either be stolen or a cancelled account after calling the number provided on the machine after several failed attempts.  She then became suspicious and looked up the information provided from Charles Johnson and found that he used the same credit card information that Martin Brooks used on June 17, 2010.
  8021. >
  8022. >  
  8023. >
  8024. > Captain Hurley contacted Colorado County Sheriff's Department to see if they could fax over any reports that Mikeska's BBQ made.  This was done because Heath mentioned to Captain Hurley that Mikeska's BBQ was a victim a while back on something similar to this.  We received the fax from the Sheriffs office and it did show a report case # 2010-1341 was made on 7/28/2010 involving an L&S Youth Sports for a bad check written to Mikeska's BBQ for $2,935.63.
  8025. >
  8026. >  
  8027. >
  8028. > I will be contacting FISD to see if I can get a copy of the rental contract from Xtreme Sports and see if they have received payment yet for the rental of the Gym.
  8029. >
  8030. >  
  8031. >
  8032. > Heath with Mikeska's BBQ stated they will not be delivering any food to this event.
  8033. >
  8034. >  
  8035. >
  8036. > Sgt. Wise has identified Martin Brooks who is listed on the Website for Xtreme Sports and he shows extensive Criminal History and prison time for organized criminal activity and Forgery.  He also has 4 outstanding HPD traffic warrants.
  8037. >
  8038. >  
  8039. >
  8040. > On Friday 7/22/2011 at approximately 6:00PM I was contacted by Mr. Thad Roher with FISD and was advised that he learned from his staff that FISD had not yet received payment from Mr. Brooks for the rental of FISD's Gym.  He stated that his staff was supposed to collect the payment before the start of the event.  He told me that Mr. Brooks was going to pay the district with a cashiers check on Saturday 7/23/2011 at 3:00PM.
  8041. >
  8042. >  
  8043. >
  8044. > I advised Mr. Roher that it appeared Brooks was on location at the Gym getting setup for the event.  Sgt. Wise drove through the location at FHS and logged a vehicle with a buyer's tag that returned to Martin Brooks.  Mr. Roher decided to make contact with Brooks and request full payment in cash by Saturday 7/23/2011 at 12:00 Noon.
  8045. >
  8046. >  
  8047. >
  8048. > Mr. Roher contacted me on Friday at approximately 7:00PM and advised that Mr. Brooks stated he worked for Prime Time Sports but Mr. Roher noticed Brooks was wearing an Xtreme Sports T-Shirt.  Mr. Roher told me that he checked Prime Time Sports website and found nothing on their website showing that they were involved with the tournament Mr. Brooks was holding at FHS.  Mr. Roher also stated that Prime Time Sports is a very common and respected organization within school districts state wide.  He stated that is staff let their guard down when Brooks presented himself as working for Prime Time Sports.
  8049. >
  8050. >  
  8051. >
  8052. > On Saturday 7/23/2011 I was informed by Mr. Roher that FISD received payment in full 3,000.00 cash for the rental of the Gym.  Mr. Roher advised me that he had reviewed Mr. Brooks paperwork that was submitted and would provide us with a copy to check the validity of the paperwork.
  8053. >
  8054. >  
  8055. >
  8056. > On Tuesday 7/26/2011 Mr. Roher contacted me and advised that he had received four complaints from different vendors who provided service to Brooks at the FHS tournament stating they all received bad checks.  Mr. Roher had the contact information for all four and stated he would contact me on Wednesday 7/27/2011 to pass on the information.
  8057. >
  8058. >  
  8059. >
  8060. > More to Follow
  8061. >
  8062. >  
  8063.  
  8064.  
  8065.  
  8066.  From:           Lisa Able [lable@texas-city-tx.org]     Sent:           Wed 7/27/2011 4:42 PM
  8067.  To:     barry.logginssr@ic.fbi.gov; amclane@ci.jamaicabeach.tx.us; martinez@tamug.edu; rmorales@ci.dickinson.tx.us; Bob Wieners; leeroy_amador@gisd.org; michael.jez@lcpd.com; chief@clearlakeshores-tx.gov; r.aragon@ci.la-marque.tx.us; rsmiley@websterpd.com; rpierce@portofgalveston.com; kenneth@ci.santa-fe.tx.us; jw1801@comcast.net; walter.braun@sfisd.org; ckennelly@hitchcockpd.com; derreck.rose@co.galveston.tx.us; don.cherry@co.galveston.tx.us; jerry.fisher@co.galveston.tx.us; jimmy.fullen@co.galveston.tx.us; mike.montez@co.galveston.tx.us; pam.matranga@co.galveston.tx.us; terry.petteway@co.galveston.tx.us; william.comeaux@co.galveston.tx.us; Freddie.Poor@co.galveston.tx.us; hporretto@ci.galveston.tx.us; rkerber@kemah-tx.com
  8068.  Cc:     
  8069.  Subject:        FW: 911 Commemoration
  8070.  Attachments:  
  8071. View As Web Page
  8072.  
  8073.  
  8074.  
  8075.  
  8076.  
  8077.  Lisa Able
  8078.  
  8079. Office of Chief  Robert Burby
  8080.  
  8081. Texas City Police Department
  8082.  
  8083. 409 643-5750
  8084.  
  8085. lable@texas-city-tx.org
  8086.  
  8087.  
  8088.  
  8089.  
  8090.  
  8091. From: Joe Stanton
  8092. Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 1:40 PM
  8093. To: Lisa Able
  8094. Subject: FW: 911 Commemoration
  8095.  
  8096.  
  8097.  
  8098. Lisa,
  8099.  
  8100.  
  8101.  
  8102. Please forward this e-mail to the Chief’s Group and retiree’s.
  8103.  
  8104.  
  8105.  
  8106. Cpt. Joe Stanton
  8107.  
  8108.  
  8109.  
  8110. From: Hatfield, Kristen [mailto:khatfield550@com.edu]
  8111. Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 1:33 PM
  8112. To: Joe Stanton; Turnbough, Scott; Goins, Eric
  8113. Cc: Bass, Al; Pigao, Lana
  8114. Subject: 911 Commemoration
  8115.  
  8116.  
  8117.  
  8118. College of the Mainland in collaboration with local police and fire/EMS departments will be hosting a 911 Commemoration on Friday September 9, 2011 from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in the College of the Mainland gym. We would like to extend an invitation your way to attend and or participate in the event.
  8119.  
  8120.  
  8121.  
  8122. If you would like to participate please contact Kristen Hatfield at khatfield550@com.edu. There will be a meeting on August 18 at 11 a.m. in the College of the Mainland gym. Hope to see you there and thank you for your time.
  8123.  
  8124.  
  8125.  
  8126. Kristen Hatfield
  8127.  
  8128. Administrative Assistant
  8129.  
  8130. Weekend College/Special Projects
  8131.  
  8132. College of the Mainland
  8133.  
  8134. 409-933-8112
  8135.  
  8136.  
  8137.  
  8138.  
  8139.  
  8140.  From:           Kaz Hamidian    Sent:           Wed 7/27/2011 1:38 PM
  8141.  To:     Shari Burrows
  8142.  Cc:     Luke Loeser; Bob Wieners
  8143.  Subject:        RE: Commendation for Brian Smith & Javier Lopez
  8144.  Attachments:  
  8145. View As Web Page
  8146.  
  8147. Ms. Burrows,
  8148.  
  8149.  
  8150.  
  8151. Thank you so very much! I do agree that we do have exceptional, hard working people as exemplified by Brian and Javier. We normally do not receive thank you notes or calls but when we do, we count them precious and accept them with humility. Thank you again and call us when we can be of help.
  8152.  
  8153. kaz  
  8154.  
  8155.  
  8156.  
  8157. From: Shari Burrows
  8158. Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 1:28 PM
  8159. To: Kaz Hamidian
  8160. Cc: Luke Loeser; Bob Wieners
  8161. Subject: Commendation for Brian Smith & Javier Lopez
  8162.  
  8163.  
  8164.  
  8165. Kaz,
  8166.  
  8167. As per our conversation this morning, I would like to take this opportunity to commend Brian Smith – City of Friendswood Utility Superintendent and Javier Lopez for their great work and dedication.
  8168.  
  8169. On Sunday, July 17, 2011, our officers were called to a home here in the city in reference to a death investigation. Our investigators were lead to the deceased who apparently had a fatal gunshot wound to the head and had landed in the pool. There were several vital pieces of evidence seen on the bottom of the pool which investigators knew would have to be retrieved. It was determined that the pool would need to be drained in order to collect this vital evidence. The City Utilities/Public Works Department was called to assist and Brian along with one of his employees, Javier Lopez – Maintenance Department, arrived on the scene with pumps and equipment that they were able to set up quickly and they efficiently drained the pool in order for the investigators to get to the evidence needed. Brian and Javier spent several hours on scene with us and even had to leave and come back a few times in order to get more equipment to expedite and completed the process. They even went so far as to completely rinse out the pool so that the subject's family would not have to finish or be involved in any of the clean up. The guys were both very professional and did all of this on their day off.
  8170.  
  8171. "The average person puts only 25 percent of his energy and ability into his work. The world takes off its hat to those who put in more than 50 percent of their capacity and stands on its head for those few and far between souls who devote 100 percent" (Andrew Carnegie). Going above and beyond is exactly what this quote is talking about and Brian and Javier did just this on that Sunday afternoon. We in leadership roles need to model the way in going above and beyond. What I personally experienced that day in Brian is the power of 100 percent committed leadership. Brian displayed exceptional initiative, dedication, leadership, and attention to detail in the execution of his duties. His distinctive performance reflects credit upon himself and the City of Friendswood.
  8172.  
  8173. I would like to express my sincere gratitude for the superior job Brian and Javier did that day and let them know the valuable role they play in being part of the great City of Friendswood.
  8174.  
  8175. Thanks for all the great work you all do everyday!
  8176.  
  8177. Shari
  8178.  
  8179.  
  8180.  
  8181.  
  8182.  
  8183. Shari BurrowsFriendswood Police Department
  8184.  
  8185. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  8186.  
  8187. 281-996-3340
  8188.  
  8189.  
  8190.  
  8191. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  8192.  
  8193.  
  8194.  
  8195.  
  8196.  
  8197.  
  8198.  
  8199.  
  8200.   From:          Josh Rogers     Sent:           Wed 7/27/2011 11:10 AM
  8201.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Shari Burrows; Doug Lauersdorf; Michael Hurley; Jason S. Galaviz; Lisa Price; PDRECORDS; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  8202.  Cc:     
  8203.  Subject:        Search Warrant 2423 Pilgrims Bend
  8204.  Attachments:  
  8205. View As Web Page
  8206.  
  8207. Search Warrant executed 5 grams of crack and 6962.00 cash seized from location.  Frederick, Jr., Buster (Buck) Lewis Harris County arrest.
  8208.  
  8209.  
  8210.  
  8211.  
  8212.  
  8213. Thanks Lt. Rogers
  8214.  
  8215.  
  8216.  
  8217.  From:           Eric Price      Sent:           Wed 7/27/2011 10:45 AM
  8218.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Carol Hargis; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean Spencer; Dennis Senter; Doug Lacombe; Doug Lauersdorf; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Dustin A. Todd; Dusty Boullion; Edmundo DeLacerda; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Eric Price; Erik James. Reyna; Frank Scalise; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; Jimmy Holland; John L. Elliott; John T. Johnson; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; Kathryn Mach; KC Rodgers; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Marc A. Dion; Marty R. Godwin; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Michele Brown; Mindy Sanchez; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Monica M. Montoya; Nicholas D. McCanless; Nick Risch; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Rachael Tamayo; Richard H. Ziegelmeyer; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge; Ryan Jenkins; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stella Muniz; Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Tammy Scroggins; Terrie Doyle; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D. Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs
  8219.  Cc:     
  8220.  Subject:        Bank Robbery Bulletin
  8221.  Attachments:    RO-111051CA.PDF(348KB)
  8222. View As Web Page
  8223.  
  8224. NOT TO BE RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC
  8225.  
  8226. Please review the above bulletin from HPD. They hit Wells Fargo Bank on Clear Lake City Blvd. on Tuesday and they appear to be getting more violent.  
  8227.  
  8228. They are considered armed and dangerous. Each subject has been observed with long guns.
  8229.  
  8230. Take note that the stolen vehicle is typically recovered within several blocks of the bank.
  8231.  
  8232. Thanks.
  8233.  
  8234. NOT TO BE RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC
  8235.  
  8236.  
  8237.  
  8238. B. Eric Price
  8239.  
  8240. Criminal Investigator
  8241.  
  8242. Friendswood Police Department
  8243.  
  8244. Criminal Investigations Division
  8245.  
  8246. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  8247.  
  8248. Friendswood, Texas 77546
  8249.  
  8250. Communications: 281-996-3300
  8251.  
  8252. Direct Line:         281-996-3346
  8253.  
  8254. Fax:                   281-482-9318
  8255.  
  8256. eprice@friendswood.com
  8257.  
  8258.  
  8259.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Wed 7/27/2011 9:04 AM
  8260.  To:     Lisa Price; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Jimmy Holland; Josh Rogers; Michael Hurley; Matthew Wise; Shari Burrows; KC Rodgers; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Michael L. Scambray; Michael Cordero; Erik James. Reyna; Ryan Jenkins; Archie Mizell
  8261.  Cc:     
  8262.  Subject:        Update: Galveston County Juvenile Justice Center letter regarding Live Scan fingerprintiing of juveniles
  8263.  Attachments:  
  8264. View As Web Page
  8265.  
  8266. I received a phone call today from David Terrell, the Deputy Director of Detention for Galveston County Juvenile Probation.  He wanted to call and let us know that the letter we recently received about the LiveScan was misleading.  We DO NOT have to bring all of the juveniles that we arrest to the Juvenile Detention to have them LiveScan’ed.  In fact, his words were, “we don’t want them all down here.”  He said that the new Live Scan machine is there for our convenience and if we have a juvenile that is going to be taken to Juvenile Detention, instead of fingerprinting them here, they can be Live Scan’ed at the Juvenile Detention facility.
  8267.  
  8268.  
  8269.  
  8270. Needless to say, I confirmed with him that the letter was misleading and that I would pass the message along.  Please clarify this with your officers!
  8271.  
  8272.  
  8273.  
  8274. Officer Lisa Price
  8275.  
  8276. Friendswood Police Department
  8277.  
  8278. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  8279.  
  8280. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  8281.  
  8282. 281-996-3313
  8283.  
  8284. 281-482-9318 fax
  8285.  
  8286. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  8287.  
  8288. From: Lisa Price
  8289. Sent: Monday, July 11, 2011 4:21 PM
  8290. To: Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Jimmy Holland; Josh Rogers; Michael Hurley; Matthew Wise; Shari Burrows; KC Rodgers; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Michael L. Scambray; Michael Cordero; Erik James. Reyna; Ryan Jenkins; Archie Mizell
  8291. Subject: Galveston County Juvenile Justice Center letter regarding Live Scan fingerprintiing of juveniles
  8292.  
  8293.  
  8294.  
  8295.  From:           AlvinSecOff@aol.com [AlvinSecOff@aol.com]       Sent:           Mon 7/25/2011 10:55 AM
  8296.  To:     ATacquard@alvincollege.edu
  8297.  Cc:     
  8298.  Subject:        Re: FW: Russian Navy Captures Somali Pirates - Graphic
  8299.  Attachments:  
  8300. View As Web Page
  8301. ANDY
  8302.    SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS (THUS ALWAYS TO TYRANTS!)
  8303.  
  8304.    THE RUSSIANS HAVE NEVER SHRANK FROM MOKRIE DELA (FORGIVE ME IF MY RUSSIAN IS A LITTLE RUSTY) OR "WET WORK", THE "WET" REFERRING TO BLOOD.
  8305.  
  8306.    DURING THE MID '70's, WHEN LEBANON WAS BUSY FALLING INTO CHAOS, THERE WAS AN EPIDEMIC OF KIDNAPPINGS OF WESTERNERS BY VARIOUS ISLAMIC THUG GROUPS FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES.
  8307.  
  8308.    SOME DUMBASS IN ONE OF THESE GROUPS PROPOSED KIDNAPPING SOME OF THE PERSONNEL FROM THE RUSSIAN EMBASSY, WHICH WAS DONE.
  8309.  
  8310.    AN IMMEDIATE CALL WAS MADE TO MOSCOW TO SEND OUT A KGB "WET TEAM" TO DELIVER THE KNOUT TO THESE THUGS.
  8311.  
  8312.    THESE FOLKS WERE NOT LONG ON THE GROUND UNTIL THEY HAD THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF THE PRINCIPAL MALE RELATIVES OF THESE PARTICULAR KIDNAPPERS (I'VE NEVER HEARD IT TOLD PUBLICALLY EXACTLY HOW THIS LITTLE FEAT WAS ACCOMPLISHED, BUT I CAN ONLY IMAGINE!).
  8313.  
  8314.    THESE PRINCIPAL MALE RELATIVES WERE THEN SHORTLY KIDNAPPED THEMSELVES, AND HAD THEIR BALLS CUT OFF AND DELIVERED TO THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE COGNIZANT KIDNAPPERS, WITH A NOTE TO THE EFFECT THAT IF THE RUSSIAN EMBASSY PERSONNEL WERE NOT RELEASED IMMEDIATELY, THE KIDNAPPINGS AND DE-BALLINGS WOULD CONTINUE FORTHWITH!
  8315.  
  8316.    THE RUSSIANS WERE RELEASED IN RECORD TIME, UNHARMED, AND AS FAR AS I KNOW, FOR THE REST OF THE LEBANON WAR, AND TO DATE, NO MORE RUSSIAN EMBASSY PEOPLE WERE EVER TOUCHED AGAIN.
  8317.  
  8318.    JESS
  8319.  
  8320.  
  8321.   From:          Josh Rogers     Sent:           Fri 7/22/2011 8:59 AM
  8322.  To:     Bob Wieners
  8323.  Cc:     
  8324.  Subject:        FW: Arrest
  8325.  Attachments:  
  8326. View As Web Page
  8327.  
  8328.  
  8329. -----Original Message-----
  8330. From: Nicholas D. McCanless
  8331. Sent: Friday, July 22, 2011 7:51 AM
  8332. To: Josh Rogers
  8333. Subject: Arrest
  8334.  
  8335. LT,
  8336.  
  8337. Just wanted to give u the totals from yesterday. Matt and Selwyn B/M
  8338. were charged F1 Deliveries. There 226 Roxycodone's recovered with a
  8339. street value of $7,000. Also 310 grams of codeine, along with some
  8340. hydrocodone, somas, Xanax ect... Matt was very informative during the
  8341. interview. I'm also going to do a knock and talk at the black guys
  8342. apartment this morning. I will let u know how it goes.
  8343.  
  8344. Nick-
  8345.  
  8346. Sent from my iPhone
  8347.  
  8348.  
  8349.  
  8350.  
  8351.  From:           Matthew Wise    Sent:           Thu 2/10/2011 9:27 AM
  8352.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Carol Hargis; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean Spencer; Dennis Senter; Doug Lacombe; Doug Lauersdorf; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Dustin A. Todd; Dusty Boullion; Edmundo DeLacerda; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Eric Price; Erik James. Reyna; Frank Scalise; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; Jimmy Holland; John L. Elliott; John T. Johnson; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; Kathryn Mach; KC Rodgers; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Marc A. Dion; Marty R. Godwin; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Michele Brown; Mindy Sanchez; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Monica M. Montoya; Nicholas D. McCanless; Nick Risch; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Rachael Tamayo; Richard H. Ziegelmeyer; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge; Ryan Jenkins; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stella Muniz; Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Tammy Scroggins; Terrie Doyle; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D. Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs
  8353.  Cc:     
  8354.  Subject:        FSU Email Group
  8355.  Attachments:  
  8356. View As Web Page
  8357.  
  8358. To All,
  8359.  
  8360.  
  8361.  
  8362. Roger Speed has made an FSU email group that is available to you in your email contacts. You can find it like you would find any other city employee that you might email. It is called “FSU’. Please use this contact when you have some intel to pass on or good arrests to forward. I encourage each of you to send any information that you may feel is pertinent to this units activities and would also like to thank the many of you who are diligent in doing so now. Even if you are not emailed back, please know that your effort is appreciated!
  8363.  
  8364.  
  8365.  
  8366. Thanks,
  8367.  
  8368.  
  8369.  
  8370. Sergeant Matthew Wise
  8371.  
  8372. Criminal Investigation Division
  8373.  
  8374. Friendswood Police Department
  8375.  
  8376. Office: 281-996-3341
  8377.  
  8378. Fax: 281-993-1235
  8379.  
  8380. mwise@friendswood.com
  8381.  
  8382.  
  8383.  
  8384. "WeServe By Choice, Not By Chance" - LEMIT Class #56
  8385.  
  8386.  
  8387.  
  8388.  From:           Ryan Jenkins    Sent:           Sat 2/5/2011 12:57 PM
  8389.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Carlos Granillo; Christopher S. Ryan; David Gonzales; Dustin A. Todd; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; John L. Elliott; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Marc A. Dion; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Nicholas D. McCanless; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Shaina Berry; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Thomas J. Brouillard; Veronica Segovia; Anthony Rose; David Brechtel; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Edmundo DeLacerda; Eric Price; Kathryn Mach; Matthew Wise; Simon Anguiano; William Higgs; Josh Rogers; Michael Hurley; Luke Loeser; Bob Wieners; Shari Burrows
  8390.  Cc:     Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  8391.  Subject:        FW: Attn: Eastside Officers
  8392.  Attachments:  
  8393. View As Web Page
  8394.  
  8395. Here is some intel passed on from Pearland P.D. for us to be mindful of. Please see below.
  8396.  
  8397.  
  8398.  
  8399. Cpl. Ryan Jenkins
  8400.  
  8401. Friendswood Police Dept. Patrol Division
  8402.  
  8403. email: rjenkins@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  8404.  
  8405. office: 281-996-3372
  8406.  
  8407. fax:     281-996-9318
  8408.  
  8409. records: 281-996-3318
  8410.  
  8411. From: MWalker@ci.pearland.tx.us [mailto:MWalker@ci.pearland.tx.us]
  8412. Sent: Saturday, February 05, 2011 10:21 AM
  8413. To: All_Police_Officers@CI.PEARLAND.TX.US
  8414. Subject: Attn: Eastside Officers
  8415. Importance: High
  8416.  
  8417.  
  8418.  
  8419. This morning I observed Michael Dunn Partridge W/M 10/14/71 (6-0, 200#, Blond/Blue) on a bicycle in the 1000 Block of Broadway.  Partridge has an extensive CCH, is a known drug abuser and thief, loves to fight and does not like the police.  His parents live at 304 Lisa Ct in Friendswood, in the Annalea/Whitehall subdivision just across our east border.  He recently got out of jail on a felony retaliation against a Humble PD officer.  If you deal with Partridge, don't be surprised if you have to fight him.
  8420.  
  8421.  
  8422.  
  8423.  
  8424. Sergeant Michael Walker
  8425. Day Shift, Squad A
  8426. Pearland Police Department
  8427. (281) 997-4129 Office
  8428. (281) 997-4350 Fax
  8429. mwalker@ci.pearland.tx.us
  8430.  
  8431.  
  8432.  
  8433.  
  8434.  From:           AlvinSecOff@aol.com [AlvinSecOff@aol.com]       Sent:           Fri 2/4/2011 10:46 PM
  8435.  To:     AlvinSecOff@aol.com
  8436.  Cc:     
  8437.  Subject:        PRICELESS!!!
  8438.  Attachments:  
  8439. View As Web Page
  8440. GUYS,
  8441.    FROM A GOOD FRIEND........
  8442.  
  8443.    JESS
  8444.  
  8445.  
  8446. "God and Soldier we adore, In time of danger, not before. The danger passed and all things righted, God is forgotten and the Soldier slighted." Rudyard Kipling
  8447.  
  8448. Students at a local university were assigned to read two books, 'Titanic' & 'My Life' by Bill Clinton.
  8449.  
  8450.  
  8451.  
  8452.  
  8453.  
  8454. One student turned in the following report, with the proposition that they were nearly identical stories!
  8455.  
  8456. His cool professor gave him an A+ for this report:  
  8457.  
  8458. Titanic:     cost - $29.99
  8459. Clinton:     cost -  $29.99
  8460.  
  8461.  
  8462. Titanic:      Over 3 hours to read
  8463. Clinton:    Over 3 hours to read
  8464.  
  8465. Titanic:      The story of Jack and Rose, their forbidden love, and subsequent catastrophe.
  8466. Clinton:    The story of Bill and Monica, their forbidden love, and subsequent catastrophe.
  8467.  
  8468.  
  8469. Titanic:      Jack is a starving artist.
  8470. Clinton:    Bill is a bullshit artist.
  8471. Titanic:      In one scene, Jack enjoys a good cigar.
  8472. Clinton:    Ditto for Bill.
  8473. Titanic:      During the ordeal, Rose's dress gets ruined.
  8474. Clinton:    Ditto for Monica.
  8475. Titanic:      Jack teaches Rose to spit.
  8476. Clinton:    Let's not go there.
  8477. Titanic:      Rose gets to keep her jewellery.
  8478. Clinton:    Monica is forced to return her gifts.
  8479. Titanic:      Rose remembers Jack for the rest of her life.
  8480. Clinton:   Clinton remembers Monica for the rest of his life.
  8481. Titanic:      Rose goes down on a vessel full of seamen.
  8482. Clinton:   Monica...ooh, let's not go there, either.
  8483.  
  8484.  
  8485. Titanic:      Jack surrenders to an icy death.
  8486. Clinton:    Bill goes home to Hilary - basically the same thing.
  8487.  
  8488.  
  8489.  
  8490.  From:           Josh Rogers     Sent:           Thu 2/3/2011 2:08 PM
  8491.  To:     Luke Loeser; Bob Wieners; Michael Hurley; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  8492.  Cc:     
  8493.  Subject:        FW: FSU Call Out
  8494.  Attachments:  
  8495. View As Web Page
  8496.  
  8497. Supervisors see below.  I will explain in more detail later.
  8498.  
  8499.  
  8500.  
  8501. Lt. Rogers
  8502.  
  8503.  
  8504.  
  8505. From: Josh Rogers
  8506. Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2011 10:32 AM
  8507. To: Archie Mizell; Josh Rogers; Matthew Wise; Nicholas D. McCanless; Ronald Powledge; Simon Anguiano; Stephen E. Eades
  8508. Subject: FSU Call Out
  8509.  
  8510.  
  8511.  
  8512. In an effort to share the workload among all FSU members Sgt. Wise and I have decided after much discussion to try a callout schedule similar to what is currently being utilized in CID. Ronnie, Eades, Mizell, and the person taking Simon’s place will be placed on call for a two week period.  During this two week period the person on call will be responsible for any call outs by the patrol supervisor, questions on flipping a subject patrol has detained, conducting jail interviews, dumping cell phones, updating statistics and seizure lists, following up on tips that come in during the two week period, and any seizures that come in.  As a general rule of thumb they will become the case agent for anything that is developed during that two week period.  They will be in charge of signing up the spy on city/county contract.  Any and all reversal opportunities that come up during the two week period they will be responsible for getting with Ronnie, Katie, and Nick to set up the undercover operation.  Anything that is later developed from their spy they will be in charge of.  If time off is a must during the two week period you are on call it is your responsibility to get it covered.  During the down time throughout the week when we are not conducting group work like surveillance, or buys the case agent for the two week time frame will be responsible for scheduling the team on proactive activity in an effort to initiate business.  None of the above is intended to interfere with the spirit of teamwork. This schedule will start March 1, 2011.  
  8513.  
  8514.  
  8515.  
  8516. You will also pick from eight holidays out of the year to cover ie: New
  8517.  
  8518. Years, President Day, Easter, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day,
  8519.  
  8520. Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Each member will cover two of them, one
  8521.  
  8522. major holiday and one minor. The selection will be based on departmental seniority.
  8523.  
  8524.  
  8525.  
  8526. List 1: Major     List 2: Minor
  8527.  
  8528.  
  8529.  
  8530. New Years         Presidents Day
  8531.  
  8532.  
  8533.  
  8534. July 4th           Easter
  8535.  
  8536.  
  8537.  
  8538. Thanksgiving      Memorial Day
  8539.  
  8540.  
  8541.  
  8542. Christmas         Labor Day
  8543.  
  8544.  
  8545.  
  8546. We will have a meeting to discuss this issue in more detail along with several other items.
  8547.  
  8548.  
  8549.  
  8550. Thanks Lt. Rogers
  8551.  
  8552.  
  8553.  
  8554.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Wed 2/2/2011 7:49 PM
  8555.  To:     Bob Wieners
  8556.  Cc:     Terry Byrd; Nick Haby; Toni Yeager
  8557.  Subject:        RE: AI - HGAC-CJD-CX 2012.doc
  8558.  Attachments:  
  8559. View As Web Page
  8560.  
  8561. Thanks.  Terry, Nick and I have been meeting today, but had not heard the final determination regarding FISD.
  8562.  
  8563. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  8564. City Manager
  8565. City of Friendswood
  8566. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  8567. Friendswood, TX 77546
  8568. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  8569. Cell ( 281) 635-3074
  8570. Fax (281) 482-3722
  8571. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  8572.  
  8573. Confidentiality Notice:  This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  8574.  
  8575. -----Original Message-----
  8576. From: Bob Wieners
  8577. Sent: None
  8578. To: Roger Roecker
  8579. Subject: Re: AI - HGAC-CJD-CX 2012.doc
  8580.  
  8581. Roger,
  8582.  
  8583. I forwarded the email to Luke and Lisa. As you recall, we used grant money for the comm trailer.
  8584.  
  8585. Also please be aware fisd is going to be releasing an hour early tomorrow due to weather concerns.  We are preparing for some bad weather in the late afternoon.
  8586.  
  8587. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  8588.  
  8589.  
  8590. ----- Reply message -----
  8591. From: "Roger Roecker" <rroecker@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  8592. Date: Wed, Feb 2, 2011 19:32
  8593. Subject: AI - HGAC-CJD-CX 2012.doc
  8594. To: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  8595.  
  8596. Thanks.  Just want to be prepared should the questions arise!
  8597.  
  8598. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  8599. City Manager
  8600. City of Friendswood
  8601. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  8602. Friendswood, TX 77546
  8603. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  8604. Cell ( 281) 635-3074
  8605. Fax (281) 482-3722
  8606. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  8607.  
  8608. Confidentiality Notice:  This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  8609.  
  8610. -----Original Message-----
  8611. From: Bob Wieners
  8612. Sent: None
  8613. To: Roger Roecker
  8614. Subject: Re: AI - HGAC-CJD-CX 2012.doc
  8615.  
  8616. Roger,
  8617.  
  8618. Our plan from the outset was to buy the shell and outfit the veh with alternative funding. The 100 club gave us 3k when we sold off the motorhome...the bottom line is that we will use the PIF...if the grant effort fails.
  8619.  
  8620. We will have to wait until sufficient funds are on hand....unless you want to give us a loan from fund balance. It is too early to be having active dicussion about plan b or plan c.
  8621.  
  8622. Plan c may be a request for more money from the 100 club. The city was more than fair when the time came to replace the vehicle...the rest of the work can and should be done with alternative funding.
  8623.  
  8624. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  8625.  
  8626.  
  8627. ----- Reply message -----
  8628. From: "Roger Roecker" <rroecker@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  8629. Date: Wed, Feb 2, 2011 18:56
  8630. Subject: AI - HGAC-CJD-CX 2012.doc
  8631. To: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  8632. Cc: "Toni Yeager" <tyeager@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  8633.  
  8634. Bob, the only question I foresee would be regarding the plans to use the vehicle in the first place ... in other words, how did we expect to use it when we purchased the truck without knowing whether these improvements would be made?
  8635.  
  8636.  
  8637.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Wed 2/2/2011 6:56 PM
  8638.  To:     Bob Wieners
  8639.  Cc:     Toni Yeager
  8640.  Subject:        AI - HGAC-CJD-CX 2012.doc
  8641.  Attachments:    AI - HGAC-CJD-CX 2012.doc(44KB)
  8642. View As Web Page
  8643. Bob, the only question I foresee would be regarding the plans to use the vehicle in the first place ... in other words, how did we expect to use it when we purchased the truck without knowing whether these improvements would be made?
  8644.  
  8645.  
  8646.  
  8647.  From:           Dennis Senter   Sent:           Wed 2/2/2011 3:53 PM
  8648.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Matthew Wise; Doug Lauersdorf; Lisa Price; KC Rodgers; Michele Brown; Josh Rogers; Michael Hurley; Jimmy Holland; Shari Burrows; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins; Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Carlos Granillo; Christopher S. Ryan; David Gonzales; Dustin A. Todd; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; John L. Elliott; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Kevin S. Crouch; Marc A. Dion; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Nicholas D. McCanless; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Shaina Berry; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Thomas J. Brouillard; Veronica Segovia
  8649.  Cc:     Carol Hargis; Kevin S. Crouch
  8650.  Subject:        New Gate Code - Ashford Village Townhomes on S. Fwd
  8651.  Attachments:  
  8652. View As Web Page
  8653.  
  8654. Ashford Village recently began utilizing their access gates. The gate code is #1840.
  8655.  
  8656.  
  8657.  
  8658. POC for the HOA is Kim Patterson or Anthony Snider, 832-864-1200
  8659.  
  8660.  
  8661.  
  8662. Sergeant Dennis "Chad" Senter
  8663.  
  8664. Friendswood Police Department
  8665.  
  8666. Dispatch: 281-996-3300
  8667.  
  8668. Office: 281-996-3328
  8669.  
  8670. Fax:    281-482-9318
  8671.  
  8672. Email: dsenter@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  8673.  
  8674.  
  8675.  
  8676.  
  8677.  
  8678.   From:          Dennis Senter   Sent:           Mon 1/31/2011 4:11 PM
  8679.  To:     Justin Waggoner; Lisa Price; Joshua Lewis; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  8680.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Josh Rogers; Michael Hurley; Luke Loeser
  8681.  Subject:        FW: Case 11-0222 (Shawn Roe)
  8682.  Attachments:  
  8683. View As Web Page
  8684.  
  8685. FYI – If you don’t remember this name, he was the kid that made some threats at the HS a while back.
  8686.  
  8687. From: Thomas J. Brouillard
  8688. Sent: Mon 1/31/2011 2:37 PM
  8689. To: Dennis Senter; Michael L. Scambray
  8690. Subject: Case 11-0222 (Shawn Roe)
  8691.  
  8692. I followed up with Lori Stewart today in order to check and see how things went at Devereaux Hospital last night with Shawn. Lori said that Shawn was admitted into the hospital for approximately three to seven days, maybe longer depending on the outcome of his evaluation.
  8693.  
  8694.  
  8695.  
  8696. Being that this was the first time that I have used Devereaux as a resource, I asked her what type of paperwork she needed to provide so that we knew what to have guardians bring. Parents or guardians need to bring current insurance information, proof of guardianship (birth certificate or court papers, etc.), and be able to provide social security numbers.
  8697.  
  8698.  
  8699.  
  8700. I completed a short supplement to the information report that I did last night. The case # is 11-0222.
  8701.  
  8702.  
  8703.  
  8704.  
  8705.   From:          Lisa Price      Sent:           Sun 1/30/2011 7:58 AM
  8706.  To:     Bob Wieners; Josh Rogers
  8707.  Cc:     
  8708.  Subject:        Bryan Quincy Hawkins III
  8709.  Attachments:  
  8710. View As Web Page
  8711.  
  8712. The Houston Chronicle is reporting that Bryan Quincy Hawkins was released on January 28th on a $15,000 bond.  It is in the Clear Lake section of the newspaper.  What happened to his guilty plea and 6 month in State Jail?
  8713.  
  8714. Also, did you know that a resident of 1206 Minglewood was arrested for having 14 grams of crystal meth in Nassau Bay - Devyn Peacock (who is a well-known burglar) and his "then" girlfriend Carrol "Kaycee" Stanton.  Since Stanton is still in jail, Peacock has "hooked up" with Samantha Allfrey.  Allfrey's ex-lover is David McMillan (who also has a crystal meth arrest). If 1205 Minglewood was not on your radar before, it probably should be now.
  8715.  
  8716.  
  8717.  From:           Lisa Price      Sent:           Fri 1/28/2011 11:45 AM
  8718.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Carlos Granillo; Carol Hargis; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean Spencer; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Dustin A. Todd; Edmundo DeLacerda; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Eric Price; Erik James. Reyna; Frank Scalise; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; Jimmy Holland; John L. Elliott; John T. Johnson; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; Kathryn Mach; KC Rodgers; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Marc A. Dion; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Michele Brown; Mindy Sanchez; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Monica M. Montoya; Nicholas D. McCanless; Nick Risch; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Rachael Tamayo; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge; Ryan Jenkins; Shaina Berry; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stella Muniz; Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Tammy Scroggins; Terrie Doyle; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D. Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs
  8719.  Cc:     
  8720.  Subject:        FW: COG Region Forensic Science Academy classes scheduled
  8721.  Attachments:  
  8722. View As Web Page
  8723.  
  8724.  
  8725.  
  8726.  
  8727.  
  8728. Officer Lisa Price
  8729.  
  8730. Friendswood Police Department
  8731.  
  8732. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  8733.  
  8734. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  8735.  
  8736. 281-996-3313
  8737.  
  8738. 281-482-9318 fax
  8739.  
  8740. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  8741.  
  8742. From: Damewood, Jackie [mailto:Jackie.Damewood@h-gac.com]
  8743. Sent: Friday, January 28, 2011 10:59 AM
  8744. Subject: FW: COG Region Forensic Science Academy classes scheduled
  8745. Importance: High
  8746.  
  8747.  
  8748.  
  8749. Good morning,
  8750.  
  8751.  
  8752.  
  8753. Please see the information below.
  8754.  
  8755.  
  8756.  
  8757. If you have any questions, please follow the links listed below.
  8758.  
  8759.  
  8760.  
  8761. Thank you,
  8762.  
  8763.  
  8764.  
  8765. Jackie
  8766.  
  8767.  
  8768.  
  8769. Jackie Damewood
  8770.  
  8771. Houston-Galveston Area Council
  8772.  
  8773. Public Safety Program Specialist
  8774.  
  8775. Direct:  713-993-2436
  8776.  
  8777. Fax:  713-993-2412
  8778.  
  8779.  
  8780.  
  8781. 3555 Timmons Lane, Suite 100
  8782.  
  8783. Houston, TX 77027
  8784.  
  8785.  
  8786.  
  8787. COG Contacts and LEAs,
  8788.  
  8789. As many of you may know, the Texas Forensic Science Academy (TFSA) www.teex.org/forensics administered by TEEX received a congressional award from DOJ - Bureau of Justice Assistance to deliver those speciality courses noted below tuition-free in the State of Texas over the next two years. Each specialized course has received a unique course number from TCLEOSE. If you don't see your region represented, please feel free to contact Christine Ramirez christine.ramirez@teexmail.tamu.edu, the FSA Coordinator, to discuss hosting one of these tuition-free courses in the near future.
  8790.  
  8791.  
  8792.  
  8793. NOTE: TEEX and Tarleton State University, a component of the Texas A&M University System have entered into an agreement allowing FSA participants to earn college credit for these courses completed through the TFSA. This innovative program will help to not only improve the training of crime scene investigators in Texas; it will provide an opportunity for some law enforcement professionals to earn a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice Administration. If you have any questions about this unique opportunity, the link http://www.tarleton.edu/criminaljustice/ is provided for your review.
  8794.  
  8795.  
  8796.  
  8797.  
  8798.  
  8799. Courses                    
  8800.        
  8801.  
  8802. Max Students
  8803.        
  8804.  
  8805. Location      
  8806.        
  8807.  
  8808. COG                              
  8809.        
  8810.  
  8811. Dates                                            
  8812.  
  8813. Death Investigation
  8814.        
  8815.  
  8816. 40
  8817.        
  8818.  
  8819. Rockwall PD
  8820.        
  8821.  
  8822. North Central Texas COG
  8823.        
  8824.  
  8825. January 10-14, 2011
  8826.  
  8827. Forensic Photography I
  8828.        
  8829.  
  8830. 20
  8831.        
  8832.  
  8833. Houston Co SO
  8834.        
  8835.  
  8836. Deep East Texas COG
  8837.        
  8838.  
  8839. February 21-25, 2011
  8840.  
  8841. Forensic Technician
  8842.        
  8843.  
  8844. 20
  8845.        
  8846.  
  8847. Uvalde PD
  8848.        
  8849.  
  8850. Middle Rio Grande Development COG
  8851.        
  8852.  
  8853. February 21-March 4, 2011
  8854.  
  8855. Forensic Photography II
  8856.        
  8857.  
  8858. 20
  8859.        
  8860.  
  8861. Pearland PD
  8862.        
  8863.  
  8864. Houston-Galveston Area COG
  8865.        
  8866.  
  8867. April 4-8, 2011
  8868.  
  8869. Basic Criminal Investigation
  8870.        
  8871.  
  8872. 40
  8873.        
  8874.  
  8875. TEEX
  8876.        
  8877.  
  8878. Brazos Valley COG
  8879.        
  8880.  
  8881. April 4-8, 2011
  8882.  
  8883. Forensic Photography  I
  8884.        
  8885.  
  8886. 20
  8887.        
  8888.  
  8889. El Paso Co SO
  8890.        
  8891.  
  8892. Rio Grande COG
  8893.        
  8894.  
  8895. May 23-27, 2011
  8896.  
  8897. Forensic Technician
  8898.        
  8899.  
  8900. 20
  8901.        
  8902.  
  8903. Permian Basin LEA
  8904.        
  8905.  
  8906. Permian Basin Regional Planning Commission
  8907.        
  8908.  
  8909. June 20-July 1, 2011
  8910.  
  8911. Forensic Photography I
  8912.        
  8913.  
  8914. 20
  8915.        
  8916.  
  8917. Port Arthur PD
  8918.        
  8919.  
  8920. South East Texas Regional Planning Commission
  8921.        
  8922.  
  8923. July 18-22, 2011
  8924.  
  8925. Forensic Technician
  8926.        
  8927.  
  8928. 20
  8929.        
  8930.  
  8931. Randall Co SO
  8932.        
  8933.  
  8934. Panhandle Regional Planning Commission
  8935.        
  8936.  
  8937. August 22-September 2, 2011
  8938.  
  8939. Forensic Photography I
  8940.        
  8941.  
  8942. 20
  8943.        
  8944.  
  8945. Williamson CO SO
  8946.        
  8947.  
  8948. Capitol Area COG
  8949.        
  8950.  
  8951. August 1-5, 2011
  8952.  
  8953. Basic Criminal Investigation
  8954.        
  8955.  
  8956. 40
  8957.        
  8958.  
  8959. Concho Valley LEA
  8960.        
  8961.  
  8962. Concho Valley COG
  8963.        
  8964.  
  8965. August 8-12, 2011
  8966.  
  8967. Forensic Technician
  8968.        
  8969.  
  8970. 20
  8971.        
  8972.  
  8973. Jefferson Co SO
  8974.        
  8975.  
  8976. South East Texas Regional Planning Commission
  8977.        
  8978.  
  8979. November 7-18, 2011
  8980.  
  8981. Basic Criminal Investigation
  8982.        
  8983.  
  8984. 40
  8985.        
  8986.  
  8987. TBD
  8988.        
  8989.  
  8990. West Central Texas COG
  8991.        
  8992.  
  8993. TBD
  8994.  
  8995. Courtroom Testimony
  8996.        
  8997.  
  8998. 20
  8999.        
  9000.  
  9001. TEEX
  9002.        
  9003.  
  9004. Brazos Valley COG
  9005.        
  9006.  
  9007. TBD
  9008.  
  9009.  
  9010.  
  9011.  
  9012.  
  9013.  From:           Michele Brown   Sent:           Fri 1/28/2011 10:28 AM
  9014.  To:     Josh Rogers; Bob Wieners
  9015.  Cc:     
  9016.  Subject:        FW: YM 100's follow up.
  9017.  Attachments:    Image._2_0869829008697C3C0075CC06862576DC&OpenSoftDeleted.jpg(4KB)
  9018. View As Web Page
  9019.  
  9020. Not sure if you got this from pearland or not.
  9021.  
  9022. Michele
  9023.  
  9024.  
  9025. To: All Police Officers, Police Supervisors
  9026. From: Andrew Beavers/COP
  9027. Date: 01/27/2011 04:23PM
  9028. Subject: YM 100's follow up.
  9029.  
  9030.  
  9031. The silver Impala may also be accompanied by a white Impala.  This gang
  9032. is known to travel in two or three vehicles with 3 or 4 members in each
  9033. vehicle.  The third vehicle was only described as old.  Ft Bend ISD
  9034. police take them seriously and say that they are usually armed.  They
  9035. seem to be recruiting from Pearland and are hanging out on the west side
  9036. according to a second Ft. Bend ISD officer.
  9037.  
  9038. If you see them find PC, identify them and let me know via e-mail.
  9039.  
  9040. Their girlfriends have moved to Pearland and they have followed.  They
  9041. attempted to get into the basketball game at Dawson Tue. night but were
  9042. ejected.  We were not aware of who they were at the time and only got
  9043. the vehicle description.  There is another game at Dawson on Friday
  9044. night.  West side patrol please be aware and look for these vehicles.
  9045. If called to respond to the basketball game by officers working it be
  9046. aware of the situation you may be responding to.
  9047.  
  9048. They were involved in the shooting in Silverlake two weeks ago when a
  9049. party was crashed and shots fired.  They have also been involved in
  9050. several fights in the Pearland area but it was not known they were in
  9051. this gang.  We have been informed that they find out about parties from
  9052. their girlfriends.  They enjoy crashing them and starting fights.  Mo
  9053. City is investigating several robberies they may also be involved in.
  9054.  
  9055. This information is only what we have found out today.  It may involve
  9056. much more.  I know that some officers may have known about this gang
  9057. previously but most did not.  If you know of any other cases that may be
  9058. linked please let someone know.
  9059.  
  9060. Be Safe please.
  9061.  
  9062. ANDREW BEAVERS
  9063. SERGEANT
  9064. SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS
  9065. PEARLAND POLICE DEPT.
  9066. 2555 Cullen Pearland Tx. 77584
  9067. MAIN: 281-997-4100
  9068. DESK: 281-997-4126
  9069.                      
  9070.                      
  9071.                       From:      Marks, Dena [DMarks@adl.org]    Sent:           Thu 1/27/2011 11:31 AM
  9072.  To:     Hill, Carla; Marks, Dena
  9073.  Cc:     
  9074.  Subject:        FW: Southern Region Law Enforcement Bulletin January 2011
  9075.  Attachments:  
  9076. View As Web Page
  9077.  
  9078.  
  9079.  
  9080.  
  9081.  
  9082.  
  9083.  
  9084.  
  9085.  
  9086.                                                                                         January 2011
  9087.  
  9088.  
  9089.  
  9090. Dear Law Enforcement Officer:
  9091.  
  9092.  
  9093.  
  9094. Below is an update on the extremist activity in the Southern Region.  I encourage you to contact me or my colleagues listed below for any needed assistance.  Please periodically check www.adl.org/learn, a resource on extremist groups, and please feel free to pass along the names of law enforcement officers who wish to receive these updates.
  9095.  
  9096.  
  9097.  
  9098. Sincerely,
  9099.  
  9100. Carla Hill, Investigative Researcher
  9101.  
  9102. Anti-Defamation League, Southern Region
  9103.  
  9104. (713) 627-3490, CHill@adl.org
  9105.  
  9106.  
  9107. UPCOMING Extremist related EVENTS
  9108.  
  9109. Feb 4-6                  American Renaissance Conference 2010, Charlotte, NC
  9110.  
  9111. Feb 12                   Neo-Confederate Conference, Burlington, NC (League of the South)
  9112.  
  9113. Mar 19                    Celt Fest, Knoxville, TN (organized by CofCC)
  9114.  
  9115. Mar 26                    Klan rally, Corinth, MS (Alcorn County Courthouse) (MWK)
  9116.  
  9117. Apr 1-3                   Faith and Freedom Conference, Harrison, AR (Knights Party)
  9118.  
  9119. Apr 2                       Klan rally, Eden, NC (Virgil’s White Knights)
  9120.  
  9121. Apr 22                    Christian Identity Bible Conference, Sweetwater, TN (Stone Kingdom Ministries)
  9122.  
  9123.  
  9124.  
  9125.  
  9126. White SUPREMACIST ACTIVITY
  9127.  
  9128.  
  9129.  
  9130. Texas Aryan Brotherhood leader receives life sentence
  9131.  
  9132. On January 24, Timothy Stephen Lee of Fort Worth, Texas, was sentenced to life in federal prison without parole for drug charges.  Lee, a “general” with the Texas Aryan Brotherhood, and his wife, Michelle Lee, were convicted of two counts of possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.  Testimony during the trial showed that the couple possessed drugs on March 2, 2010, and again on July 16, 2010.  Evidence was also offered that showed two guns were tossed from the couple’s vehicle during a high-speed pursuit during the July incident.  Michelle Lee received a 30-year sentence for her role in the crimes.
  9133.  
  9134.  
  9135.  
  9136. National Socialist Movement activity in Florida
  9137.  
  9138. In recent months Florida’s National Socialist Movement (NSM), led by Tom Lokay of New Port Richey, has become increasingly active.  On December 11, 2010, approximately a dozen members of the NSM held an anti-immigration rally at the intersection of Cortez Boulevard and US 41 in Brooksville.  On January 22, the same group held a similar demonstration at the Gulf View Square Mall in New Port Richey.  Previous activity by Florida NSM members dates back to February 2009 when Lokay held a “meet and greet” recruiting event at the Highlands Hammock State Park in Sebring, Florida.
  9139.  
  9140.  
  9141.  
  9142. Florida neo-Nazi sentenced to life in prison
  9143.  
  9144. On December 15, John Ditullio, self-professed neo-Nazi and member of the New Port Richey, Florida, racist skinhead group American Nazis, was found guilty of the March 23, 2006, stabbing of a woman and the fatal stabbing of a teenaged friend of her son.  Ditullio was arrested the morning after the attack, wearing a red “American Nazis” T-shirt.  On December 16, a jury recommended he serve life in prison for the murder and a concurrent 15 years for the attempted murder.
  9145.  
  9146.  
  9147.  
  9148.  
  9149.  
  9150. MISCELLANEOUS NATIONAL EXTREMIST ACTIVITY
  9151.  
  9152. Arizona shooter online footprint shows distrust of government, interest in conspiracy theories
  9153.  
  9154. A series of messages written by Arizona shooting suspect Jared Lee Loughner reveal a person with a generic distrust of the government and a vague interest in conspiracy theories, according to an analysis of his online writings by the Anti-Defamation League. The writings, often disjointed and rambling, offer a window into the mindset of Loughner in the months and weeks leading up to the January 8 shooting rampage in Tucson, in which U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was critically wounded and six people, including a federal judge and congressional staffer, were killed. For our complete backgrounder on Loughner please visit our website at: http://www.adl.org/main_Extremism/jared_lee_loughner.htm
  9155.  
  9156.  
  9157.  
  9158.  
  9159.  
  9160. ISLAMIC EXTREMIST ACTIVITY
  9161.  
  9162.  
  9163.  
  9164. Al Qaeda magazine publishes new calls for attacks in the U.S.
  9165.  
  9166. The fourth issue of the English-language terrorist magazine Inspire, released online by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) on January 16, 2011, calls for terrorist attacks in the U.S. and provides instructions on how to destroy buildings.  
  9167.  
  9168.  
  9169.  
  9170. As in the three 2010 issues of the publication, the January 2011 edition of Inspire contains original pieces by Americans aligned with AQAP, as well as previously published materials by several Al Qaeda leaders, including Osama bin Laden, Adam Gadahn, and Abu Mus’ab al-Suri.
  9171.  
  9172.  
  9173.  
  9174. The magazine includes a to-do list telling readers to “buy handguns,” “make bomb [sic] in mom’s kitchen,” “blow up Times Square,” and “pull off [a] Mumbai [attack] near While House till martyrdom.” It also provides practical instructions on how to make explosives and shoot guns. An article entitled “Open Source Jihad,” which has appeared in different variations in past editions of Inspire, provides step-by-step instructions on how to destroy buildings with chemical and mechanical explosions and how to use an automatic weapon to carry out an attack.
  9175.  
  9176.  
  9177.  
  9178. Palestinian national pleads guilty to terrorism-related charges
  9179.  
  9180. On December 13, Abdalaziz Azis Hamayel, a Palestinian native, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess stolen firearms and to transport explosive materials.  Investigators say that Hamayel conspired along with Yanny Aguila Urbay to buy silencers, grenades, remote control detonators, and hundreds of weapons from undercover officers, saying the cache of weapons was bound for the West Bank.  Hamayel was arrested in August 2010 at Miami International Airport after a trip to Amman, Jordan.  Hamayel is scheduled for sentencing on February 22 and faces five years in prison.  Urbay is scheduled to go on trial on January 24.
  9181.  
  9182.  
  9183.  
  9184. Texas couple arrested for funneling money to Middle East
  9185.  
  9186. On December 21, a San Antonio couple, Hossein Lahiji and Najmeh Vahid, were arrested and charged with funneling $1.8 million to Iran through a Portland-based charity, Child Foundation.  The leader of the charity, Mehrdad Yasrebi, admitted through a plea deal that he funneled money to a bank controlled by the Iranian government. According to the indictment, the couple allegedly conspired to defraud the government and to launder money by appearing to transfer charitable donations to Iran while actually keeping control of the money.  If convicted, the couple could face as many as 20 years in prison.
  9187.  
  9188.  
  9189.  
  9190.  
  9191.  
  9192. NEW ADL REPORT
  9193.  
  9194. New report: Resurgence of the Sovereign Citizen Movement
  9195.  
  9196. In the past two years, the so-called “sovereign citizen” movement has staged a startling increase in activity and membership, with incidents occurring in every part of the country. The sovereign citizen movement is an extreme anti-government movement whose members believe that the government has no authority over them. They believe that legitimate government in the United States has been infiltrated and subverted by a long-lasting, malicious conspiracy and they seek to “restore” the country to a mythical earlier time. Members of the sovereign citizen movement engage in a variety of types of intimidation and harassment, promote a variety of frauds and scams, and sometimes resort to shocking acts of violence.
  9197.  
  9198.  
  9199.  
  9200.  
  9201.  
  9202. For more information, law enforcement can contact the closest ADL office:
  9203.  
  9204.  
  9205.  
  9206. Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, & Tennessee
  9207.  
  9208.  
  9209.        
  9210.  
  9211. Bill Nigut
  9212.        
  9213.  
  9214. (404) 262-3470
  9215.  
  9216. bnigut@adl.org
  9217.  
  9218. Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi
  9219.        
  9220.  
  9221. Cathy Glaser
  9222.        
  9223.  
  9224. (504) 780-5602
  9225.  
  9226. cglaser@adl.org
  9227.  
  9228. Florida
  9229.        
  9230.  
  9231. Yael Hershfield
  9232.  
  9233. (Palm Beach, Martin & St. Lucie Counties)
  9234.  
  9235.  
  9236.  
  9237. Robert Tanen
  9238.        
  9239.  
  9240. (561) 988-2916
  9241.  
  9242. yhershfield@adl.org
  9243.  
  9244.  
  9245.  
  9246.  
  9247.  
  9248. (561) 988-2923
  9249.  
  9250. Rtanen@adl.org
  9251.  
  9252. North Carolina
  9253.        
  9254.  
  9255. David Friedman
  9256.        
  9257.  
  9258. (202) 452-8310
  9259.  
  9260. dfriedman@adl.org
  9261.  
  9262. Central & Southeast Texas
  9263.  
  9264.  
  9265.  
  9266. Austin, Texas
  9267.        
  9268.  
  9269. Dena Marks
  9270.  
  9271.  
  9272.  
  9273.  
  9274.  
  9275. Karen Gross
  9276.        
  9277.  
  9278. (713) 627-3490
  9279.  
  9280. dmarks@adl.org
  9281.  
  9282.  
  9283.  
  9284. (512) 249-7960
  9285.  
  9286. kgross@adl.org
  9287.  
  9288.  
  9289.  
  9290. Oklahoma and North Texas
  9291.  
  9292.  
  9293.        
  9294.  
  9295. Mark Briskman
  9296.        
  9297.  
  9298. (972) 960-0342
  9299.  
  9300. mbriskman@adl.org
  9301.  
  9302.  
  9303.  
  9304.  
  9305.  
  9306. Click here to unsubscribe
  9307.  
  9308.  
  9309.  
  9310.  
  9311.   From:          William Higgs   Sent:           Thu 1/27/2011 9:44 AM
  9312.  To:     Karen Peterson
  9313.  Cc:     Bob Wieners
  9314.  Subject:        RE: Friendswood Home Invasion
  9315.  Attachments:  
  9316. View As Web Page
  9317.  
  9318. I'm fine with those
  9319.  
  9320. Detective William "Will" Higgs
  9321. Criminal Investigation Division
  9322. Friendswood Police Department
  9323. 1600 Whitaker
  9324. Friendswood, TX 77546
  9325. Office: 281-996-3351
  9326. Fax: 281-993-1235
  9327. whiggs@friendswood.com
  9328. -----Original Message-----
  9329. From: Karen Peterson
  9330. Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2011 9:42 AM
  9331. To: William Higgs
  9332. Cc: Bob Wieners
  9333. Subject: RE: Friendswood Home Invasion
  9334.  
  9335. ARE you okay with these answers?
  9336.  
  9337.  
  9338. The teens gave the description listed as wearing all black and wearing
  9339. gloves, similar but not conclusively the same.
  9340.  
  9341. 512 Heather Ln.
  9342.  
  9343. 12, 14, 18
  9344.  
  9345. The parents were not home at the time, they were at work.
  9346.  
  9347. Unknown what if anything was stolen
  9348.  
  9349. It is unclear why this home was "targeted"
  9350.  
  9351. There was no forced entry, door may have been unlocked.
  9352.  
  9353.  
  9354.  
  9355.  
  9356. -----Original Message-----
  9357. From: Chris Paschenko [mailto:chris.paschenko@galvnews.com]
  9358. Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2011 9:36 AM
  9359. To: Karen Peterson
  9360. Subject: RE: Friendswood Home Invasion
  9361.  
  9362. Different descriptions of suspects from previous home invasion?
  9363. What was the address of Wednesday's incident?
  9364. How old were the teens? Where were the parents?
  9365. Did the victim's list anything stolen?
  9366. Crime of opportunity? Do police know how this family was targeted?
  9367. And, did they leave the door unlocked or was there forced entry?
  9368.  
  9369. Thanks.
  9370. Chris
  9371.  
  9372. --- kpeterson@ci.friendswood.tx.us wrote:
  9373.  
  9374. From: "Karen Peterson" <kpeterson@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  9375. To: <chris.paschenko@galvnews.com>
  9376. Subject: RE: Friendswood Home Invasion
  9377. Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 09:29:01 -0600
  9378.  
  9379. There are similarities but we do not at this point believe they are
  9380. connected
  9381.  
  9382. -----Original Message-----
  9383. From: Chris Paschenko [mailto:chris.paschenko@galvnews.com]
  9384. Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2011 9:28 AM
  9385. To: Karen Peterson
  9386. Subject: Re: Friendswood Home Invasion
  9387.  
  9388. Any relation to this one?
  9389. Thanks.
  9390. Chris
  9391.  
  9392. Police: Masked bandits bind family, ransack house
  9393.  
  9394. By Chris Paschenko
  9395. The Daily News
  9396. Published October 22, 2010
  9397. FRIENDSWOOD - A man came home to find masked and armed bandits binding
  9398. his family and ransacking the house, authorities said Thursday. No
  9399. injuries were reported.
  9400.  
  9401. Four suspects, described as Hispanic men wearing black hooded shirts,
  9402. masks and gloves, entered through an open rear window into a house in
  9403. the 2900 block of Autumn Creek Drive about 8:50 p.m. Wednesday, police
  9404. said.
  9405.  
  9406. "We don't believe it was a random act," Police Chief Bob Wieners said.
  9407. "The victim's a local business owner. We believe he was targeted."
  9408.  
  9409. Police were processing evidence Thursday and still were in the early
  9410. stages of their investigation, police spokeswoman Karen Peterson said.
  9411.  
  9412. A woman told police she was working on a homework project with her two
  9413. children, ages 8 and 11, when a man came through an open window. Three
  9414. men followed him. At least one of the men displayed a handgun.
  9415.  
  9416. "The suspects tied the family up and began to ransack the home when the
  9417. husband arrived home from work," Peterson said in a statement.
  9418.  
  9419. The husband saw what was happening and attempted to leave, but a suspect
  9420. grabbed and bound him, Peterson said.
  9421.  
  9422. The men put the residents in their bathroom, but they freed themselves
  9423. from their bindings shortly after the suspects left. They called police
  9424. at 9:58 p.m.
  9425.  
  9426. It was unclear how the suspects fled, by foot or car.
  9427.  
  9428. Peterson asked anyone with information or seeing something suspicious in
  9429. the Autumn Creek subdivision to call police at 281-996-3300.
  9430.  
  9431.  
  9432.  
  9433. --- kpeterson@ci.friendswood.tx.us wrote:
  9434.  
  9435. From: "Karen Peterson" <kpeterson@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  9436. To: <hc_citydesk@chron.com>,    <info@thebluesnews.com>,
  9437. <assignments@khou.com>, <desk@kprc.com>,        <newsdesk@fox26.com>,
  9438. <chris@galvnews.com>,   <PFjournals@hcnonline.com>,
  9439. <editor@thepolicenews.net>,     <newsroom@galvnews.com>,
  9440. <greg.may@chron.com>,   <isauls@hcnonline.com>, "Jim Molony"
  9441. <jmolony@hcnonline.com>,        <jnewpher@hcnonline.com>,       "Kristi
  9442. Nix" <knix1331@yahoo.com>,      <KTMD_newsdesk@telemundo.com>,
  9443. <bryanerickson@clearchannel.com>,       <ktrk.newsalerts@abc.com>,
  9444. <waliya.lari@abc.com>,  <laurae3009@yahoo.com>, <news@39online.com>,
  9445. <rpt_news@swbell.net>,  "TJ Aulds" <tj.aulds@galvnews.com>,
  9446. <univision45@univision.net>
  9447. Subject: Friendswood Home Invasion
  9448. Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 09:08:36 -0600
  9449.  
  9450.  
  9451.  
  9452.  
  9453.  From:           Dennis Senter   Sent:           Tue 1/25/2011 7:39 PM
  9454.  To:     Joshua Lewis
  9455.  Cc:     Dennis Senter; Josh Rogers; Bob Wieners; Michael Hurley; Chris Scofield; Ryan Jenkins
  9456.  Subject:        11-0179
  9457.  Attachments:  
  9458. View As Web Page
  9459.  
  9460. Officer Lewis,
  9461.  
  9462.  
  9463.  
  9464. Per our conversation, please make the school aware of the below situation….
  9465.  
  9466.  
  9467.  
  9468. Sgt. Senter
  9469.  
  9470.  
  9471.  
  9472.  
  9473.  
  9474. INTRODUCTION:
  9475.  
  9476.  
  9477.  
  9478. On 01/25/2011 at approximately 1606hrs, I, PSO Berry, was dispatched to the lobby of the Friendswood Police Department in reference to fraud.
  9479.  
  9480.  
  9481.  
  9482. SCENE SUMMARY:
  9483.  
  9484.  
  9485.  
  9486. The Friendswood Police Department is located at 1600 Whitaker, Friendswood, Texas.
  9487.  
  9488.  
  9489.  
  9490. The incident occurred at Cline Elementary School, 505 Briarmeadow Ave, located in the Galveston County portion of Friendswood, TX.
  9491.  
  9492.  
  9493.  
  9494. DETAILS:
  9495.  
  9496.  
  9497.  
  9498. Upon my arrival in the lobby of the Police Department, I made contact with the complainants, identified as Gary Benjamin Pitts (TX DL 01292814) and Nicole Palmer Pitts (TX DL 12569155).  Gary and Nicole advised that their daughter Chloe (DOB 11/05/2003) had been threatened and chased with scissors on 01/25/2011 at Cline Elementary School.
  9499.  
  9500.  
  9501.  
  9502. Gary and Nicole stated that their daughter Chloe is in Mrs. Robin Wilson`s 1st grade class at Cline Elementary School.  Nicole advised that on 01/25/2011 a female student in Chloe`s class, identified by Nicole as Lisa Katende, got upset after being punished for not doing her math assignment.  The rest of the students broke up into different stations, and Lisa was forced to remain in her chair and finish her math assignment.  Nicole advised that Lisa got upset and that Mrs. Wilson immediately went to the classroom phone to contact administrators.  Nicole advised that due to previous incidents, anytime Lisa has an outburst Mrs. Wilson goes to the classroom phone and contacts the school psychologist, the school counselor, or the school vice principal.  Nicole advised that when Lisa saw the teacher on the phone, Lisa said to Mrs. Wilson that if she sent her to the principal, she was going to hurt the some of the other kids.  Nicole advised that Lisa then picked up a pair of metal scissors, not child safety scissors, and chased Chloe and Kaylee Dennis, who were both sitting at the near by reading station, around the room with them.  Nicole advised that Lisa was opening and closing the scissors while chasing Chloe and Kaylee and stated that she was going to hurt them and cut their hair.  Nicole stated that Chloe and Kaylee got away before Lisa could do anything to them.  Nicole said that Michelle Bowman, a school councilor at Cline Elementary, witnessed the incident.
  9503.  
  9504.  
  9505.  
  9506. Gary and Nicole stated that the aggressive behavior is an ongoing issue and that Lisa has been suspended from school multiple times.  Gary and Nicole advised that Lisa has hit her pregnant teacher in the stomach, bit her teacher, and has picked up a chair and ran around the room threatening children, like she did with the scissors on the 25th.  Gary and Nicole advised that due to statements made by Lisa, they believe she understands that what she is doing is wrong and that she is intentionally harming other individuals.  Gary stated that Lisa`s parents do not take the suspensions seriously.  Nicole stated that Lisa is still out on the soccer fields playing soccer despite being suspended from school.
  9507.  
  9508.  
  9509.  
  9510. Nicole advised that she is the homeroom mom for Chloe`s class and that she witnessed one of Lisa`s outbursts.  Nicole advised that the other children in the class are told to line up and are taken out of the room so the administrators can remove Lisa from the situation.  When Lisa is taken out of the classroom, the other children are allowed to return.
  9511.  
  9512.  
  9513.  
  9514. Nicole also advised that Lisa does not target any certain student, but goes after whoever is closest.  Nicole has requested to Chloe`s teachers that Chloe not be put anywhere near Lisa.
  9515.  
  9516.  
  9517.  
  9518. Gary and Nicole say that they did not want to involve police, but now that Lisa has threatened Chloe with scissors, they feel Lisa might seriously hurt someone.  Gary also mentioned that if Lisa does injure someone it will make the paper and news, and that it will show that Lisa`s behavior was reported to the Friendswood Police Department.
  9519.  
  9520.  
  9521.  
  9522. I gave Gary and Nicole a Citizen Information Card with their case number (11-0179).
  9523.  
  9524.  
  9525.  
  9526.  
  9527.  
  9528. DISPOSITION:
  9529.  
  9530.  
  9531.  
  9532. Information/Referred to CID
  9533.  
  9534.  
  9535.  
  9536. END SB #2360
  9537.  
  9538.  
  9539.  
  9540. Sergeant Dennis "Chad" Senter
  9541.  
  9542. Friendswood Police Department
  9543.  
  9544. Dispatch: 281-996-3300
  9545.  
  9546. Office: 281-996-3328
  9547.  
  9548. Fax:    281-482-9318
  9549.  
  9550. Email: dsenter@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  9551.  
  9552.  
  9553.  From:           Matthew Wise    Sent:           Tue 1/25/2011 11:36 AM
  9554.  To:     Bob Wieners
  9555.  Cc:     
  9556.  Subject:        Fwd: EJ request
  9557.  Attachments:  
  9558. View As Web Page
  9559.  
  9560. Please advise.
  9561. Sent from my iPhone
  9562.  
  9563. Begin forwarded message:
  9564.  
  9565. > From: "Kathryn Mach" <kmach@friendswood.com>
  9566. > Date: January 25, 2011 10:59:32 AM CST
  9567. > To: "Matthew Wise" <mwise@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  9568. > Subject: EJ request
  9569. >
  9570. > Sgt. Wise,
  9571. >
  9572. >  
  9573. >
  9574. > Please forward the below extra job request.
  9575. >
  9576. >  
  9577. >
  9578. > Location:   Galveston Railroad Museum, 2602 Santa Fe Place, Galveston
  9579. >
  9580. > Coordinator:  Shawn Keesler, Harris County Fire Marshall’s Office, #281-898-0558
  9581. >
  9582. > Event:  Private Party for one of the Mardi Gras Crews
  9583. >
  9584. > Job Description:  General Security
  9585. >
  9586. > Date and Hours: Friday, March 4, 2011 from 6 p.m.–2 a.m.; Saturday, March 5, 2011 approx. 9 a.m.–2 a.m.
  9587. >
  9588. >  
  9589. >
  9590. > The event is an upscale private party being held at the Galveston Railroad Museum, and was attended last year by the Lt. Governor.  This event is not a City of Galveston sponsored event and private security is being coordinated by a Harris County Fire Marshall Deputy, not the Galveston Police Department.  I would be working with 2 Harris County Fire Marshalls and 1 Friendswood Fire Marshall.
  9591. >
  9592. >  
  9593. >
  9594. >  
  9595. >
  9596. > Detective Katie Mach
  9597. >
  9598. > Criminal Investigation Division
  9599. >
  9600. > Friendswood Police Department
  9601. >
  9602. > 1600 Whitaker
  9603. >
  9604. > Friendswood, Texas 77546
  9605. >
  9606. > 281-996-3343 office
  9607. >
  9608. > 281-482-9318 fax
  9609. >
  9610. >  
  9611.  
  9612.  
  9613.  
  9614.  
  9615.  
  9616.  From:           Melinda Welsh   Sent:           Thu 1/20/2011 5:15 PM
  9617.  To:     Bob Wieners
  9618.  Cc:     
  9619.  Subject:        FW: FOIA System
  9620.  Attachments:  
  9621. View As Web Page
  9622. I think all department heads got this but you.  Don't want to leave you out!
  9623.  
  9624. Thanks,
  9625. Melinda Welsh, TRMC
  9626. City Secretary
  9627. City of Friendswood
  9628. 281-996-3270
  9629. (Fax) 281-482-1634
  9630. mwelsh@friendswood.com
  9631. "This e-mail contains thoughts and opinions of Melinda Welsh and does not represent official city policy"
  9632. It's not what you leave behind that matters, it is what you send ahead
  9633. ATTENTION PUBLIC OFFICIALS!
  9634. A "Reply to All" of this e-mail could lead to violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act. Please reply only to the sender.
  9635. From: Michelle A. Perez
  9636. Sent: Thursday, January 20, 2011 5:09 PM
  9637. To: Debbie Murphree; Gena M. Wienserski; Genie Balderaz; Karen Hart; Karen Peterson; Kimberly Ramirez; Pam Cox; Rene Wilkirson; Rhonda Baker; Toni Yeager
  9638. Cc: Melinda Welsh; Lisa McNelley; Dawn King; Sharon Parks; Brian Mansfield; Catherine Almond; Cora Crews; Dean Spencer; Elaine Langton; Glenda C. Faulkner; Hermelinda C. Kahanek; Karan Barrera; Katina R. Hampton; Misty Glaze; Phyllis Omo; Tammy Scroggins; Bill Bender; Cindy Edge; Frank Manigold; James Toney; Kaz Hamidian; KC Rodgers; Mary Perroni; Morad Kabiri; Roger Roecker; Terry Byrd
  9639. Subject: FOIA System
  9640.  
  9641. Records Coordinators and Backup Coordinators,
  9642.  
  9643.  
  9644.  
  9645. Beginning Monday, January 24, 2011, the City will begin implementing the FOIA System internally only.  This is to ensure that Staff becomes familiar with the process before going live.  On that day all departments will begin receiving all open records requests through the FOIA System, our office will manually input the request and route it to the appropriate department as the request comes in and you must respond to all requests through the FOIA System.
  9646.  
  9647.  
  9648.  
  9649. All Records Coordinators, Backup Coordinators and Directors will receive a notification email informing you that your department has received an open records request through FOIA.  I have attached a “Get Started Guide” that will help you with any questions you may have and you’re also more than welcome to call the City Secretary’s Office with any questions.  Below is the link to enter the FOIA System along with your login information.
  9650.  
  9651.  
  9652.  
  9653. http://mygovhelpadmin.us/FRIENDSWOODTX/ZAdmin/Login.aspx
  9654.  
  9655.  
  9656.  
  9657. Login Information (All Records Coordinators, Backup Coordinators and Directors have access to FOIA)
  9658.  
  9659. ID – first initial last name (mperez - example for Michelle Perez)
  9660.  
  9661. Password - same as above
  9662.  
  9663. *Please change your password as you login for the first time
  9664.  
  9665.  
  9666.  
  9667. On Tuesday, February 1, 2011, we will go live with the FOIA System.  Our office will post the FOIA open records request link to the City’s website and publicize it with a news release.  Let’s get ready for launch!!
  9668.  
  9669.  
  9670.  
  9671.  
  9672.  
  9673. Michelle Perez
  9674.  
  9675. Deputy City Secretary
  9676.  
  9677. City of Friendswood - CSO
  9678.  
  9679. 910 S. Friendswood Dr.
  9680.  
  9681. Friendswood, TX 77546
  9682.  
  9683. Ph: 281-996-3270
  9684.  
  9685. Fax: 281-482-1634
  9686.  
  9687.  
  9688.  
  9689. If you dont know where you're going any road will get you there.
  9690.  
  9691.  
  9692.  
  9693. "This e-mail contains the thoughts and opinions of Michelle Perez and does not represent official City policy."
  9694.  
  9695.  
  9696.  
  9697.  
  9698.  
  9699.   From:          KC Rodgers      Sent:           Wed 1/19/2011 4:17 PM
  9700.  To:     Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Carlos Granillo; Carol Hargis; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; Colin Rizzo; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean Spencer; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Dustin A. Todd; Edmundo DeLacerda; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Eric Price; Erik James. Reyna; Frank Scalise; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeremy D. Epp; Jimmy Holland; John L. Elliott; John T. Johnson; Johnny Guerrero; Jonathan D. Price; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; Kathryn Mach; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Marc A. Dion; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Michele Brown; Mindy Sanchez; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Nicholas D. McCanless; Nick Risch; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Rachael Tamayo; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge; Ryan Jenkins; Shaina Berry; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stella Muniz; Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Tammy Scroggins; Terrie Doyle; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D. Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs
  9701.  Cc:     Beverly Stephenson; Jane Brashier; Karen Renfrow; Maggie Townsend; Rebecca A. Ortegon; Terrie S. Flora
  9702.  Subject:        clarification on OSSI e-citations
  9703.  Attachments:  
  9704. View As Web Page
  9705.  
  9706. Here’s the latest updated information based on the experiences over the last couple of weeks:
  9707.  
  9708.  
  9709.  
  9710. 1. DO NOT DELETE! Please do not delete any citation saved into OSSI. If you enter a citation in OSSI for testing purposes please submit it through. All citation numbers must be accounted for. Document in the notes or in the PC field that it is a test record.
  9711.  
  9712.  
  9713.  
  9714. 2. ENTER YOUR COURT DATE AND TIME. Please enter the court date and time as instructed. We are reviewing all citations and I need to know what laptops are not sending the court date to the printed copy and sending it through to RMS. If you do not enter the court date I can’t troubleshoot the problem correctly.
  9715.  
  9716.  
  9717.  
  9718. 3. BEWARE OF MOBLAN! We are currently working a problem where entering citation records directly into MOBLAN does not generate a citation number. Please be aware of this. I am currently testing all four machines in the report writing room to see if I can replicate this problem on one or all of them. I will update you when I find out more information.
  9719.  
  9720.  
  9721.  
  9722. 4. PRINTER PROBLEMS? In the patrol units, if you enter a citation, when you click the save button the system generates a citation number. You can’t print a citation until you have saved it. If you save a citation and then experience printer problems, please do NOT delete the citation. There are two options to this problem. If you choose to change it to a warning please do so and submit the record. The second option is to hand-write a citation on the old forms and place the old form citation number in the notes field of the OSSI record before you submit it. I would also recommend that you note something to the effect of “printer problem” in the notes field so we know about it. Please report all printer problems to John Johnson or whoever is on call for IT if it is after hours. Write the OSSI citation number underneath the paper copy number. This way we know it’s in OSSI.
  9723.  
  9724.  
  9725.  
  9726. 5. NO PRINTER? For those of you who do not have a printer in your patrol unit or need to issue a citation after you are aware of a printer problem I have a solution for you. Hand-write the citation on the old forms and enter the citation information into OSSI but use the citation number on the form in the citation number field in OSSI. This must be done before you save the record so I would recommend that you put the old form citation number in that field first. Your paper copy is all you need to turn in.
  9727.  
  9728.  
  9729.  
  9730. 6. A NOTE ON THE OLD FORM CITATIONS: If you have to use the old form citations for whatever reason there is no further need to turn in a printed copy of the OSSI e-citation with it. Just mark “in OSSI” on the citation, preferably on the top and turn it in.  
  9731.  
  9732.  
  9733.  
  9734. 7. CITATION AND ARREST: You have the ability to enter a citation into OSSI from the booking computers using MOBLAN. It is my understanding that printed copies of citations have sometimes been delayed in making it to Court due to the paper copy staying with the jail paperwork until the prisoner leaves our facility (for whatever reason). Entering the citation into OSSI lets them know that an arrest was made and paperwork will follow.
  9735.  
  9736.  
  9737.  
  9738. 8. ISSUES REPORTED TO SUPPORT: I have tickets open on the following items. If you notice anything please let me know so I can get it straightened out.
  9739.  
  9740.  
  9741.  
  9742. Ticket # 117634 – Officer Assignment boxes on bottom of citation window do not show. I have only received one report of this and it was fixed by updating the laptop.
  9743.  
  9744. Ticket # 117489 – Citations missing in RMS and Court trans.  (the transfer of data from RMS to Court’s computer system). I’ve located all but three citations. Most of them were test records done by IT or the officers. Again, if you have to enter a test citation, fine. Use the PD address, and the name of OSSI, Test as the name (last,first) and document all over it that it’s a test record. Put something in the notes on what you’re testing so we know. If you use a real person or vehicle let me know so I can delete it after documenting the number.
  9745.  
  9746. Ticket # 112711 & 116788 – County Code not printing on citations, are in RMS but not transferring from RMS to Court trans. Pretty self explanatory. Still working on this one. This is why I ask that you enter the court date into your MDC.
  9747.  
  9748. Ticket # 116789 – Alleged Speed and Speed Limit not displaying on Citation form – does print on citation. This was only reported by one officer. Basically, if you enter the charge of speeding these two fields are supposed to highlight yellow indicating they are mandatory fields. Officer enters data into the fields and the computer does not display what was entered but it does print out on the printed copy of the citation.
  9749.  
  9750. Ticket # 117524 – RTBS button not accessible in citation window. Officer creates a citation, clicks save. The record SHOULD display as new in the report list but does not display at all. Officer clicks the Ready to Submit button in the citation window and the only options are NEW and INCL (incomplete). Officer selects NEW and OK which closes the active citation record and marks it as NEW instead of RTBS. Officer then has to open the citation record back up and when he clicks the Ready to Submit button RTBS is now an option and it changes the status to RTBS. I’ve only had one officer report this problem to me so if you are experiencing this problem please let me know.
  9751.  
  9752. Ticket # pending - MOBLAN not issuing citation numbers. I’ve received two different answers to this. One is that MOBLAN isn’t supposed to do this because it isn’t connected to the query server. Ryan says it IS supposed to pull a citation number and it’s in the settings. I talked to the support person assigned to me for citation problems and she said this was a problem and is in development to fix it. I still have to run my tests in the report room so be aware.
  9753.  
  9754.  
  9755.  
  9756. I think I’ve covered everything. If I’ve missed anything I’m sure ya’ll will let me know.
  9757.  
  9758.  
  9759.  
  9760.  
  9761.  
  9762.  
  9763.  
  9764.  
  9765.  
  9766. KC Rodgers
  9767.  
  9768. Public Safety Information Services Supervisor
  9769.  
  9770. Friendswood Police Department
  9771.  
  9772. 281.996.3314 office
  9773.  
  9774. 281.996.3304 fax
  9775.  
  9776. kcrodgers@friendswood.com
  9777.  
  9778.  
  9779.  
  9780.  
  9781.  
  9782. From:    Doug Lauersdorf         Sent:           Tue 1/18/2011 10:38 AM
  9783.  To:     Bob Wieners
  9784.  Cc:     
  9785.  Subject:        IA-11-01
  9786.  Attachments:    Questions to Pose to the witness,.doc(30KB)
  9787. View As Web Page
  9788.  
  9789. Please review.
  9790.  
  9791.  
  9792.  
  9793. Sergeant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  9794.  
  9795. Administrative Services Division
  9796.  
  9797. Professional Standards and Training
  9798.  
  9799. Friendswood Police Department
  9800.  
  9801. 1600 Whitaker Dr .
  9802.  
  9803. Friendswood , Texas 77546
  9804.  
  9805. Office # 281-996-3309
  9806.  
  9807. Fax # 281-482-9318
  9808.  
  9809. dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  9810.  
  9811.  
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  9814.  
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  9816.  
  9817.  From:           Erik James. Reyna       Sent:           Mon 1/17/2011 6:27 AM
  9818.  To:     Bob Wieners; Josh Rogers; Michael Hurley; Michael Cordero; Matthew Wise; Shari Burrows
  9819.  Cc:     Karen Peterson
  9820.  Subject:        2 pursuits on mids
  9821.  Attachments:  
  9822. View As Web Page
  9823.  
  9824. I wanted to pass on that we had two pursuits on midnight shift early Monday morning.  On 01/17/2011 at approx. 0245 hours, Officer Whittaker attempted to stop a red Dodge truck out of Dickinson on FM 528 near Plymouth Colony.  The vehicle fled the traffic stop and a high speed pursuit ensued.  The vehicle had been traveling east on FM 528 at the time of the stop but u-turned it and fled towards Forest Bend Subdivision and then into Wedgewood Village.  The two suspects bailed out on Abbercreek near Townes.  A perimeter was established and a dog came out to our location.
  9825.  
  9826.  
  9827.  
  9828. During the search for the suspects at approx. 0310 hours, Officer Epp who was maintaining a perimeter position informed me he observed a vehicle in the parking lot of Wedgewood Elementary.  The vehicle, (a blue Honda Accord which returned out of 16311 Townes) then came out on Link and Officer Epp attempted to stop it.  This vehicle then fled leading us on another pursuit.  This pursuit last a few minutes and ended with the suspects striking a mailbox on Tibet and bailing out on foot.  We were right on the suspects on this one and the driver was quickly captured down the street after being TASED.  The passenger was found hiding between houses and taken into custody without incident.
  9829.  
  9830.  
  9831.  
  9832. Field interviews were conducted but we did not have sufficient evidence to link the two suspects to the first vehicle pursuit as Whittaker could not make a positive Identification on the suspects who fled from his pursuit.   I then contacted the on call detective to assist with the investigation in hopes of obtaining additional felony charges.  At this writing, Detective Delacerda is interviewing the suspects in an attempt to get additional charges from the first pursuit.
  9833.  
  9834.  
  9835.  
  9836. Suspects: driver of second pursuit - Norman, Donald 07/30/85 of 16311 Townes (extensive CCH)
  9837.  
  9838.                 passenger in second pursuit - Hall, Tony 11/07/93 of Bacliff
  9839.  
  9840.  
  9841.  
  9842.              
  9843.  
  9844.  
  9845.  
  9846. Corporal Erik Reyna # 2313
  9847.  
  9848. Friendswood Police Department Patrol Division
  9849.  
  9850. Dispatch:  281-996-3300
  9851.  
  9852. Office:  281-996-3329
  9853.  
  9854. Fax:  281-482-9318
  9855.  
  9856. Email:  EReyna@friendswood.com
  9857.  
  9858.  
  9859.  
  9860.  
  9861.  
  9862.  
  9863. From:    Dennis Senter   Sent:           Fri 1/14/2011 8:25 PM
  9864.  To:     Lisa Price
  9865.  Cc:     Brandon T. Claunch; Veronica Segovia; Josh Rogers; Michael Hurley; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; Matthew Wise; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  9866.  Subject:        RE: Request for Information
  9867.  Attachments:  
  9868. View As Web Page
  9869.  
  9870. Lisa,
  9871.  
  9872.  
  9873.  
  9874. I do not recall dates, or cad numbers, but I have encountered persons under the influence of this stuff. I have also encountered persons who do not reside in Friendswood but come to Friendswood to buy this crap because it is banned where they live. Based on my law enforcement experience, I would say that these persons exhibit and display similar behavior to that of persons under the influence of cannabis.
  9875.  
  9876.  
  9877.  
  9878. Claunch arrested a kid in West Ranch for an outstanding warrant not to long ago (JMS #41633) whose mother set him up to be arrested by reporting to his probation officer that he was smoking synthetic marijuana. I stuck around and spoke with her for a few minutes after Claunch left with him to be booked in. She stated to me that he was smoking “serenity” and passing his court ordered urinalysis testing. Apparently, the probation officer agreed that he had violated his probation and a judge signed a probation violation warrant. She stated that when he smoked it, he became paranoid, delusional and sometimes combative and violent. She stated that it caused him to tear the house up. She did not report anything to the police when he would become violent she just had his probation officer cut the warrant so that he could spend some time in jail and sober up.
  9879.  
  9880.  
  9881.  
  9882. Segovia (10-2254) stopped a guy who was ultimately arrested for a traffic violation who was completely wasted and unable to safely operate a motor vehicle. He admitted to being under the influence of synthetic marijuana and showed us the empty package. His passenger was also arrested. After consulting with an ADA and a DRE it was determined that he could not go for DWI due to the elements of DWI (Intoxication) and a DRE being unable to identify a drug. For DWI you have to prove “Intoxication” – the state defines “Intoxication” as; (A) not having the normal use of mental or physical faculties by reason of the introduction of alcohol, a controlled substance, a drug, a dangerous drug, a combination of two or more of those substances, or any other substance into the body; or (B)  having an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or more.
  9883.  
  9884.  
  9885.  
  9886. Segovia’s driver did not have the normal use of his mental or physical faculties but had not introduced alcohol, a drug, or a controlled substance into his body. I obviously made the “or any other substance into the body” argument but we have no way of obtaining a breath, blood or urine specimen with a positive result…. NO EVIDENCE!  The only evidence of DWI available would be the vehicle in motion, field sobriety tests and scene video. However, we all know where this case would have gone in court if filed.
  9887.  
  9888.  
  9889.  
  9890. This stuff needs to go and there is no time to wait on Federal or State Legislation. Please let me know if I can be of ANY further assistance.
  9891.  
  9892.  
  9893.  
  9894. Thanks,
  9895.  
  9896.  
  9897.  
  9898.  
  9899.  
  9900. Sergeant Dennis "Chad" Senter
  9901.  
  9902. Friendswood Police Department
  9903.  
  9904. Dispatch: 281-996-3300
  9905.  
  9906. Office: 281-996-3328
  9907.  
  9908. Fax:    281-482-9318
  9909.  
  9910. Email: dsenter@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  9911.  
  9912.  
  9913.  
  9914.  
  9915.  
  9916.  
  9917.  
  9918.  
  9919.  From:           Bobby Gervais [bgervais@OlsonOlson.com]         Sent:           Wed 1/12/2011 1:40 PM
  9920.  To:     Bob Wieners
  9921.  Cc:     
  9922.  Subject:        hearing
  9923.  Attachments:  
  9924. View As Web Page
  9925.  
  9926. Chief-
  9927.  
  9928.  
  9929.  
  9930. I know you probably heard that the judge ruled for the city, but not before making us go through all of the motions and having a hearing on the merits all over again.
  9931.  
  9932. I guess she was trying to give the inmates their “day in court” before pouring them out.
  9933.  
  9934.  
  9935.  
  9936. Anyway, I wanted to let you know that Sgt Wise and Ofc Elliott did a SUPERB job of testifying.  They were sharp, to the point, well organized, looked the judge in the eye, and spoke well.
  9937.  
  9938. After 7 years being the prosecutor in Galveston Municipal Court back in the day, I can tell you, not all officers have these skills.  Your guys did a great job.
  9939.  
  9940.  
  9941.  
  9942. Bobby
  9943.  
  9944.  
  9945.  
  9946.  
  9947.  From:           Karen Peterson          Sent:           Thu 1/6/2011 12:48 PM
  9948.  To:     KURT NERLINGER; PDRECORDS
  9949.  Cc:     
  9950.  Subject:        RE: Request to remove archived Police Activity
  9951.  Attachments:  
  9952. View As Web Page
  9953.  
  9954. Mr. Nerlinger
  9955.  
  9956.  
  9957.  
  9958. This agency has not received a court order to expunge the record.  Until such time as a court order is received, the record must remain in our database.
  9959.  
  9960.  
  9961.  
  9962. Karen Peterson
  9963.  
  9964. Sr. Records Specialist
  9965.  
  9966.  
  9967.  
  9968. From: KURT NERLINGER [mailto:breakaway03@sbcglobal.net]
  9969. Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2011 12:23 PM
  9970. To: PDRECORDS
  9971. Subject: FW: Request to remove archived Police Activity
  9972.  
  9973.  
  9974.  
  9975. Karen,
  9976.  
  9977. As you can see all charges where DISMISSED!
  9978.  
  9979. Regards,Kurt Nerlinger
  9980.  
  9981. --- On Wed, 1/5/11, Candy Hattingh <candy@goldsberrylaw.com> wrote:
  9982.  
  9983.  
  9984.     From: Candy Hattingh <candy@goldsberrylaw.com>
  9985.     Subject: FW: Request to remove archived Police Activity
  9986.     To: "'KURT NERLINGER'" <breakaway03@sbcglobal.net>
  9987.     Date: Wednesday, January 5, 2011, 7:59 AM
  9988.  
  9989.     Hi Kurt,
  9990.  
  9991.     Please scroll down to reply from editor of Police news.
  9992.  
  9993.     Happy Wednesday!
  9994.  
  9995. Candy
  9996.  
  9997.  
  9998.  
  9999.  
  10000. Begin forwarded message:
  10001.  
  10002.     From: "Police News Editor" <editor@thepolicenews.net>
  10003.     Date: January 4, 2011 4:02:26 PM CST
  10004.     To: "Nicholas Poehl" <nick@goldsberrylaw.com>
  10005.     Subject: Re: Request to remove archived Police Activity
  10006.     Reply-To: "Police News Editor" <editor@thepolicenews.net>
  10007.  
  10008.     The entries have been removed.  Thank you for bringing this to our attention.  We are never advised of the dispositions in these cases so we have no way of knowing unless the person involved contacts us, as you have done for your client.
  10009.  
  10010.     Best regards,
  10011.  
  10012.     Breck Porter, Editor
  10013.  
  10014.      
  10015.  
  10016.     From: Nicholas Poehl
  10017.  
  10018.     Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2011 1:27 PM
  10019.  
  10020.     To: editor@thepolicenews.net
  10021.  
  10022. Subject: Request to remove archived Police Activity
  10023.  
  10024.  
  10025.  
  10026. Dear Sir or Madam:
  10027.  
  10028.  
  10029.  
  10030. My name is Nicholas Poehl and I am an attorney representing Kurt Nerlinger of Friendswood, Texas. Mr. Nerlinger was mentioned in your “Friendswood Police Activity July 22-31, 2010”, published on August 3rd, 2010, which remains on your website. Mr. Nerlinger was initially charged with DWI, but those charges were summarily dismissed by the D.A.’s Office after the arresting officer testified under oath at the ALR hearing that the Offense Report (which was signed and notarized) was actually falsified by another officer. Both the ALR action and the DWI charge were dismissed based on this evidence. Furthermore, the officer also testified that Mr. Nerlinger did NOT refuse to submit to testing, and that any indications in the report that he did were false.
  10031.  
  10032.  
  10033.  
  10034. Mr. Nerlinger hereby requests, by and through his attorney of record, that you remove any mention of him from your website.
  10035.  
  10036.  
  10037.  
  10038. Thank you for your attention. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me through any of the methods listed below.
  10039.  
  10040.  
  10041.  
  10042. Sincerely,
  10043.  
  10044.  
  10045.  
  10046. Nicholas R. Poehl
  10047.  
  10048. Partner
  10049.  
  10050.  
  10051.  
  10052.  
  10053.  
  10054. Goldsberry & Associates, PLLC
  10055.  
  10056. 5316 Broadway St. Suite B2
  10057.  
  10058. Galveston, Texas 77551
  10059.  
  10060. 409-740-7200 - Telephone
  10061.  
  10062. 409-740-7202 - Facsimile
  10063.  
  10064.  
  10065.  
  10066.  
  10067.  
  10068. CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE:  Unless otherwise indicated or obvious from the nature of the transmittal, the information contained in this e-mail message is attorney privileged and confidential information intended for the use of the individual or entity named above.  If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, or the employee or agent responsible to deliver it to the intended recipient, you are herby notified that any dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this communication in error, please immediately notify the sender by telephone (409-740-7200) and return the original message to Goldsberry & Associates, PLLC, 5316 Broadway St., Suite B2, Galveston, Texas 77551, via U. S. Postal Service at our expense.  Thank You.  When applicable, this email document transfer constitutes service under Tex. R. Civ. P. 21and  21(a).
  10069.  
  10070.  
  10071.  
  10072.  
  10073.  
  10074.  
  10075.  
  10076. :        Jennifer Murray [jmurray@pdi.org]       Sent:           Wed 1/5/2011 10:59 AM
  10077.  To:     Bob Wieners
  10078.  Cc:     
  10079.  Subject:        Follow-up on Racial Profiling Report Assistance
  10080.  Attachments:  
  10081. View As Web Page
  10082.  
  10083. Dear Chief Wieners,
  10084.  
  10085.  
  10086.  
  10087. We recently sent you a letter introducing PDI and offering our assistance with your 2010 state-mandated racial profiling report.  I’d like to follow up and inquire if there are any questions or issues I can clarify for you.
  10088.  
  10089.  
  10090.  
  10091. As you will recall, PDI is a non-profit foundation that benefits the University of North Texas. This opportunity is offered in conjunction with some of the faculty in the Criminal Justice department at the University.  They bring their years of practical law enforcement experience and their academic expertise in racial profiling to provide a solid, independent report that may help protect your department in the future.
  10092.  
  10093.  
  10094.  
  10095. Other advantages of utilizing PDI to complete your report include:
  10096.  
  10097.                
  10098.  
  10099.     * Assurance and confidence when facing allegations.  Inevitably and unfortunately, police departments will be unfairly singled out for racial profiling.  Utilizing PDI to compile and analyze the data will provide you with the insurance to confidently face questions and accusations.
  10100.     * Saved staff time and effort.  The time commitment to compile the data, interpret it, write up findings and produce the report can be considerable.  Once you’ve captured your data, send it on to PDI, thereby freeing up you and your staff for other matters.
  10101.     * Support beyond the report.  PDI will send you a professionally produced report, with proper interpretation of racial profiling statistics and compliant with all state-mandated requirements.  You’ll also receive a comprehensive explanation of methodological problems caused by the current law.  PDI will also assist you when questions arise about the results of the report.  Finally, PDI will file your report for you with TCLEOSE, saving you from having to file it.
  10102.  
  10103.  
  10104.  
  10105. As a point of reference, the report cost averages $1,500.  For more information, visit the Consulting and Contracts section of our website at www.pdi.org or contact Chad Trulson, Ph.D. at 940-565-2758 or Chad.Trulson@unt.edu.
  10106.  
  10107.  
  10108.  
  10109.  
  10110.  
  10111.  
  10112.  
  10113. Jennifer Murray
  10114.  
  10115. Director of Marketing
  10116.  
  10117. Professional Development Institute
  10118.  
  10119. Office: (940)-565-4497
  10120.  
  10121. jmurray@pdi.org
  10122.  
  10123.  
  10124.  
  10125.  From:           Matthew Wise    Sent:           Mon 1/3/2011 4:46 PM
  10126.  To:     Bob Wieners
  10127.  Cc:     
  10128.  Subject:        Fwd: Autopsy Report ML10-3469
  10129.  Attachments:    Investigator Synopsis WITH PROPERTY_ML10-3469.doc(173KB)  ATT558849.htm(167B)  ML10-3469.pdf(323KB)  ATT558850.htm(156B)
  10130. View As Web Page
  10131.  
  10132.  
  10133. Sent from my iPhone
  10134.  
  10135. Begin forwarded message:
  10136.  
  10137. > From: "Anthony Rose" <arose@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  10138. > To: "Michael Cordero" <mcordero@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Matthew Wise" <mwise@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Quinn T. Pearson" <qpearson@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  10139. > Subject: Autopsy Report  ML10-3469
  10140. >
  10141. > Here is the Autopsy report for case# 10-2363.
  10142. >
  10143. >
  10144. >
  10145. > Cause of Death: Multiple blunt force injuries
  10146. >
  10147. > Toxicology: Marijuana and alcohol
  10148. >
  10149. >
  10150. >
  10151. >
  10152. >
  10153. > Detective Anthony Rose
  10154. >
  10155. > Crime Scene Investigator
  10156. >
  10157. > Criminal Investigation Division
  10158. >
  10159. > Friendswood Police Department
  10160. >
  10161. > Office: 281-996-3373
  10162. >
  10163. > Dispatch: 281-996-3300
  10164. >
  10165. > Fax: 281-482-9318
  10166. >
  10167. > email: arose@friendswood.com
  10168. >
  10169. > ________________________________
  10170.  
  10171.  
  10172.  
  10173.  
  10174.  From:           Mahood, Jim [James.Mahood@h-gac.com]    Sent:           Wed 12/29/2010 5:04 PM
  10175.  To:     Criminal Justice
  10176.  Cc:     
  10177.  Subject:        Important H-GAC Workshop Information
  10178.  Attachments:    H-GAC Criminal Justice Program Contact List.doc(35KB)  Map to H-GAC for 2nd-floor mtg.doc(2MB)  H-GAC Grant App Wkshp Reg. Form FY12 - 03.doc(75KB)
  10179. View As Web Page
  10180.  
  10181. The e-mail below contains important details regarding your workshop – please read all information carefully through to the bottom.
  10182.  
  10183. To all potential FY 2012 CJD applicants:
  10184.  
  10185.  
  10186.  
  10187. If you have registered to attend an application workshop, or are planning to register, please be advised of the following:
  10188.  
  10189. ·         As stated in the general Q&A e-mail that went out December 14th, the workshops that have been closed are due to capacity; they have not been closed altogether.  If you have registered and received an acknowledgment from H-GAC, you are good to go for the workshop of your choice, even if it closed later due to the number registered.
  10190.  
  10191. ·         If you have not yet registered and intend to participate, use the attached registration form.
  10192.  
  10193. ·         If you are scheduled to attend a workshop either on January 10th or 11th, the H-GAC garage elevators will not be functional (however the regular elevators operating from the lobby to the interior floors will be working).
  10194.  
  10195. o   Attendees will be able to get to the second-floor meeting room via the stairwell from any level of the parking garage.
  10196.  
  10197. §  If you park on the blue level (Level P3), there will be 4 steps up to the second floor.
  10198.  
  10199. §  If you park on the yellow level (Level P4), there will be 12 steps down to the second floor.
  10200.  
  10201. §  If you park on the green level (Level P5), there will be 26 steps down, with 2 landings, to the second floor.
  10202.  
  10203. §  Please be considerate – if you and those with you are able-bodied, consider parking on the green level or above.
  10204.  
  10205. o   If you have special needs, or otherwise will not be able to negotiate the stairwell to get to the 2nd-floor meeting, you can
  10206.  
  10207. §  try to arrive early enough to park in the visitor’s parking area on the first level (by making an immediate right-hand turn upon entering the parking garage).  The number of spaces designated for handicapped parking will be expanded by ten spaces in that area during the period that the elevators will be closed.   –OR–
  10208.  
  10209. §  contact H-GAC staff by e-mail first, followed up by a phone call, 24 hours in advance of your attendance so that someone can meet you to assist in getting to the meeting (per ADA message below).
  10210.  
  10211. ·         The workshops will be starting on time, and will last from 2-2 ½ hours.
  10212.  
  10213. ·         The format for the workshop will be basically the same, but will contain updated information regarding changes in eGrants.  Additionally, examples based on experience that H-GAC staff had last year in doing Preliminary Review Reports for the state will be presented.
  10214.  
  10215. ·         If you have already started an application and have questions or confusion, write it/them down on a 3x5 index card and hand to H-GAC staff prior to the beginning of the meeting.  This will streamline the Q&A period, and provide a valuable resource for future workshops.
  10216.  
  10217. ·         If you have any questions between now and your workshop, contact either Jim Mahood or Jackie Damewood, preferably by e-mail.
  10218.  
  10219.  
  10220.  
  10221. Regards,
  10222.  
  10223. The Criminal Justice Planning Staff, H-GAC
  10224.  
  10225.  
  10226.  
  10227. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, H-GAC will provide for reasonable accommodations for persons attending H-GAC functions.  Requests should be received by H-GAC 24 hours prior to the function.
  10228.  
  10229.  
  10230.  
  10231.  
  10232.  From:           KC Rodgers      Sent:           Wed 12/29/2010 4:57 PM
  10233.  To:     Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Erik James. Reyna; Josh Rogers; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  10234.  Cc:     Jimmy Holland; Luke Loeser; Bob Wieners; Terry Byrd; Shari Burrows; Matthew Wise
  10235.  Subject:        Subpoenas
  10236.  Attachments:  
  10237. View As Web Page
  10238.  
  10239. I have sent the following information to all Communications/Records staff at Captain Hurley’s direction.
  10240.  
  10241.  
  10242.  
  10243. “Captain Hurley has informed me that as of this date subpoenas will only be accepted by the officer listed on the subpoena. Other officers or supervisors will no longer accept subpoenas on behalf of another officer. If a process server arrives with a subpoena for a Patrol officer and that Patrol officer is not on duty please refer to the attached Patrol schedule and inform the process server of the date/time the officer will be next scheduled for duty. The process server will need to return and serve the officer when that officer is on duty.
  10244.  
  10245.  
  10246.  
  10247. For those subpoenas that are received via mail or fax please continue to place them in the Patrol mailbox in the Records Workroom.”
  10248.  
  10249.  
  10250.  
  10251.  
  10252.  
  10253. KC Rodgers
  10254.  
  10255. Public Safety Information Services Supervisor
  10256.  
  10257. Friendswood Police Department
  10258.  
  10259. 281.996.3314 office
  10260.  
  10261. 281.996.3304 fax
  10262.  
  10263. kcrodgers@friendswood.com
  10264.  
  10265. From: Michael Hurley
  10266. Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2010 2:40 PM
  10267. To: KC Rodgers
  10268. Subject: RE: Subpoenas
  10269.  
  10270.  
  10271.  
  10272. No problem with those.
  10273.  
  10274.  
  10275.  
  10276. From: KC Rodgers
  10277. Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2010 2:09 PM
  10278. To: Michael Hurley
  10279. Subject: RE: Subpoenas
  10280.  
  10281.  
  10282.  
  10283. Mike,
  10284.  
  10285.  
  10286.  
  10287. What about the subpoenas we receive via mail or fax? We have no control over these. We place them in the Patrol mailbox in the work room.
  10288.  
  10289.  
  10290.  
  10291. KC Rodgers
  10292.  
  10293. Public Safety Information Services Supervisor
  10294.  
  10295. Friendswood Police Department
  10296.  
  10297. 281.996.3314 office
  10298.  
  10299. 281.996.3304 fax
  10300.  
  10301. kcrodgers@friendswood.com
  10302.  
  10303. From: Michael Hurley
  10304. Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2010 12:38 PM
  10305. To: KC Rodgers
  10306. Cc: Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Josh Rogers; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  10307. Subject: Subpoenas
  10308.  
  10309.  
  10310.  
  10311. KC, I have attached the patrol division schedule for officers and days off. Please advise your record division employees and dispatcher employees that we will NO LONGER sign for subpoenas for other officers. The attached schedule will allow your employees to see who is working what shift and what days off. All process servers will need to be informed of the officer’s shift and days off and the process server will need to deliver the subpoena in person to that officer. Any questions, please get back with me. meh
  10312.  
  10313.  
  10314.  
  10315.  
  10316.  From:           Shari Burrows   Sent:           Wed 12/22/2010 4:01 PM
  10317.  To:     Bob Wieners
  10318.  Cc:     
  10319.  Subject:        RE: Complaint by Sandra Meder
  10320.  Attachments:  
  10321. View As Web Page
  10322.  
  10323. Ok, I had sent it to him I will send him email to explain, thanks.
  10324.  
  10325. Shari Burrows
  10326. Friendswood Police Department
  10327. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  10328. 281-996-3340
  10329.  
  10330. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  10331.  
  10332.  
  10333.  
  10334.  
  10335. -----Original Message-----
  10336. From: Bob Wieners
  10337. Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 2010 4:00 PM
  10338. To: Shari Burrows
  10339. Subject: Re: Complaint by Sandra Meder
  10340.  
  10341.  
  10342. If the complaint is against Dennis....send it to Capt Hurley.
  10343.  
  10344. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  10345.  
  10346.  
  10347.  
  10348. ----- Reply message -----
  10349. From: "Shari Burrows" <sburrows@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  10350. Date: Wed, Dec 22, 2010 15:46
  10351. Subject: Complaint by Sandra Meder
  10352. To: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  10353.  
  10354. Ok even if the complaint is against Sgt. Senter?
  10355.  
  10356. Shari Burrows
  10357. Friendswood Police Department
  10358. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  10359. 281-996-3340
  10360.  
  10361. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  10362.  
  10363.  
  10364.  
  10365. -----Original Message-----
  10366. From: Bob Wieners
  10367. Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 2010 3:39 PM
  10368. To: Shari Burrows; Dennis Senter; Matthew Wise
  10369. Subject: Re: Complaint by Sandra Meder
  10370.  
  10371.  
  10372. Anything that is patrol related needs to be looked at by Sgt Senter.
  10373. Anything CID related should be looked at by Sgt Wise
  10374.  
  10375. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  10376.  
  10377.  
  10378.  
  10379. ----- Reply message -----
  10380. From: "Shari Burrows" <sburrows@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  10381. Date: Wed, Dec 22, 2010 15:33
  10382. Subject: Complaint by Sandra Meder
  10383. To: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Luke Loeser"
  10384. <lloeser@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  10385. Cc: "Josh Rogers" <jrogers@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Matthew Wise"
  10386. <mwise@ci.friendswood.tx.us>, "Michael Hurley"
  10387. <mhurley@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  10388.  
  10389. Please see attached.  I was unsure where this needed to go.  Thanks.
  10390.  
  10391.  
  10392.  
  10393. Shari Burrows
  10394.  
  10395. Friendswood Police Department
  10396.  
  10397. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  10398.  
  10399. 281-996-3340
  10400.  
  10401.  
  10402.  
  10403. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  10404.  
  10405.  
  10406.  
  10407.  
  10408.  From:           Chris Scofield          Sent:           Tue 12/21/2010 7:04 AM
  10409.  To:     Josh Rogers; Matthew Wise; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  10410.  Cc:     Michael Hurley; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  10411.  Subject:        RE: Class "C" Charges
  10412.  Attachments:  
  10413. View As Web Page
  10414.  
  10415. I would agree with Corporal Reyna’s comments regarding the non issuance of Class C charges.  In the past we have had issues with the Class C PC charges being dismissed in Municipal Court thus causing the charges filed in County Court to be dismissed due to a LACK OF PC.  This came directly from the DA’S back in the day.
  10416.  
  10417. We held off filing the PC Class C until the county cases were resolved and then if need be we filed the appropriate Class C.  Now if other Class C charges arose during the incident those were or could be issued as citations but the PC Charge was not.
  10418.  
  10419.  
  10420.  
  10421.  
  10422.  
  10423. I will contact the DA’S with both counties to determine what their take would be on this issue.  It might just be an old wives tale and have no bearing any more.
  10424.  
  10425.  
  10426.  
  10427. Thanks,
  10428.  
  10429. Sergeant C. Scofield
  10430.  
  10431. Friendswood Police Department
  10432.  
  10433. cscofield@ci.friendswood.tx.us  
  10434.  
  10435. Office-281-996-3322
  10436.  
  10437. Fax-281-482-9318
  10438.  
  10439. "Action is the basis of success"
  10440.  
  10441. From: Josh Rogers
  10442. Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 4:11 PM
  10443. To: Matthew Wise; Chris Scofield; Dennis Senter; Erik James. Reyna; Michael Cordero; Michael L. Scambray; Ryan Jenkins
  10444. Cc: Michael Hurley; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  10445. Subject: Class "C" Charges
  10446.  
  10447.  
  10448.  
  10449. Patrol Supervisors:
  10450.  
  10451.  
  10452.  
  10453. We need to be mindful and watch to make sure officers are filing Class “C” charges when appropriate even in cases that county charges are being accepted.  There seems to be a pattern lately of officers thinking that they do not need to file a class C charge due to higher charges being accepted.  The filing of Class “C” certainly needs to happen when the PC for the higher charge was the class “C” offense to begin with.
  10454.  
  10455.  
  10456.  
  10457. I will give you some examples:
  10458.  
  10459.  
  10460.  
  10461. Traffic stops that lead to drug arrests.  The reason for the stop was a class C and that charge needs to be filed.
  10462.  
  10463.  
  10464.  
  10465. Traffic stops that lead to consent searches or even PC searches the reason for the stop needs to be addressed.
  10466.  
  10467.  
  10468.  
  10469. Evading arrest charges the PC that initiated the stop needs to be filed
  10470.  
  10471.  
  10472.  
  10473. Interfering with Duties of PO the reason that brought about the Interfering charge needs to be filed.
  10474.  
  10475.  
  10476.  
  10477. DWI traffic stops same applies.
  10478.  
  10479.  
  10480.  
  10481. This helps document and substantiate the higher charge.  We all know that there are many different possibilities on the outcome of the county charges in both Harris and Galveston County.  And at least we can fall back on the Municipal Charge.
  10482.  
  10483.  
  10484.  
  10485. Please go back and look at county charges that were filed in the last 90 days as they relate to this email and see if the officer needs to file any appropriate class “C” charges.
  10486.  
  10487.  
  10488.  
  10489. We will have a supervisors meeting in the beginning of January and this Item will be discussed further.
  10490.  
  10491.  
  10492.  
  10493. Thanks Lt. Rogers
  10494.  
  10495.  
  10496.  
  10497.  From:           Matthew Wise    Sent:           Fri 12/17/2010 7:07 PM
  10498.  To:     Simon Anguiano
  10499.  Cc:     Dennis Senter; Doug Lauersdorf; Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell; Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T. Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Carlos Granillo; Carol Hargis; Chris Scofield; Christopher S. Ryan; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean Spencer; Doug Lacombe; Douglas Lee. Bacon; Dustin A. Todd; Edmundo DeLacerda; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Eric Price; Erik James. Reyna; Frank Scalise; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P. Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M. Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; Jimmy Holland; John L. Elliott; John T. Johnson; Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner; Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; Kathryn Mach; KC Rodgers; Kevin S. Crouch; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Marc A. Dion; Marty R. Godwin; Matthew Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Michele Brown; Mindy Sanchez; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Monica M. Montoya; Nicholas D. McCanless; Nick Risch; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson; Rachael Tamayo; Richard H. Ziegelmeyer; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge; Ryan Jenkins; Shaina Berry; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stella Muniz; Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson; Tammy Scroggins; Terrie Doyle; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D. Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs
  10500.  Subject:        Re: Money
  10501.  Attachments:  
  10502. View As Web Page
  10503.  
  10504. No, it's mine! I often tape money to the inside of my pockets to prevent losing them and my method must have failed me while I was looking through classified IA files! Oooopps!!
  10505.  
  10506. Sent from my iPhone
  10507.  
  10508. On Dec 17, 2010, at 6:52 PM, "Simon Anguiano" <sanguiano@ci.friendswood.tx.us> wrote:
  10509.  
  10510. > No, its mine and I can provide an accurate description to prove it!!!
  10511. >
  10512. > Sent from Samsung mobile
  10513. >
  10514. > Dennis Senter <dsenter@ci.friendswood.tx.us> wrote:
  10515. >
  10516. > It's mine. Someone must have mistakenly taped it to your desk.
  10517. >
  10518. > ________________________________
  10519. >
  10520. > From: Doug Lauersdorf
  10521. > Sent: Fri 12/17/2010 4:07 PM
  10522. > To: Andrew C. Whittaker; Anthony C. Aprile; Anthony Rose; Archie Mizell;
  10523. > Barry Yodzis; Bob Wieners; Brad Rusk; Brandon A. Blair; Brandon T.
  10524. > Claunch; Brian Mansfield; Carlos Granillo; Carol Hargis; Chris Scofield;
  10525. > Christopher S. Ryan; Craig Baker; David Brechtel; David Gonzales; Dean
  10526. > Spencer; Dennis Senter; Doug Lacombe; Doug Lauersdorf; Douglas Lee. Bacon;
  10527. > Dustin A. Todd; Edmundo DeLacerda; Elaine Hake; Elaine Langton; Eric
  10528. > Price; Erik James. Reyna; Frank Scalise; Fred W. Cramer; Henry P.
  10529. > Holesovsky; James Dement; Jason E. Ives; Jason S. Galaviz; Jeffrey M.
  10530. > Kimball; Jeremy D. Epp; Jimmy Holland; John L. Elliott; John T. Johnson;
  10531. > Johnny Guerrero; Jose Lobo; Josh Rogers; Joshua Lewis; Justin Waggoner;
  10532. > Karen Hernandez; Karen Peterson; Kathryn Mach; KC Rodgers; Kevin S.
  10533. > Crouch; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Marc A. Dion; Marty R. Godwin; Matthew
  10534. > Wise; Michael Cordero; Michael Hurley; Michael L. Scambray; Michele Brown;
  10535. > Mindy Sanchez; Mitchell Jeffcoat; Monica M. Montoya; Nicholas D.
  10536. > McCanless; Nick Risch; Owen Mcintyre; Patricia Anaya; Quinn T. Pearson;
  10537. > Rachael Tamayo; Richard H. Ziegelmeyer; Roger Stenstrom; Ronald Powledge;
  10538. > Ryan Jenkins; Shaina Berry; Shari Burrows; Simon Anguiano; Stella Muniz;
  10539. > Stephanie Galvan; Stephanie Price; Stephen E. Eades; Suzanne A. Sampson;
  10540. > Tammy Scroggins; Terrie Doyle; Terry Byrd; Thomas J. Brouillard; Tonya D.
  10541. > Hilton; Veronica Segovia; William Higgs
  10542. > Subject: Money
  10543. >
  10544. >
  10545. >
  10546. > To All:
  10547. >
  10548. >
  10549. >
  10550. > Someone taped a twenty dollar bill to my desk, please let me know why I am
  10551. > a recipient of a twenty dollar bill.
  10552. >
  10553. >
  10554. >
  10555. > Sergeant Douglas E. Lauersdorf
  10556. >
  10557. > Administrative Services Division
  10558. >
  10559. > Professional Standards and Training
  10560. >
  10561. > Friendswood Police Department
  10562. >
  10563. > 1600 Whitaker Dr .
  10564. >
  10565. > Friendswood , Texas 77546
  10566. >
  10567. > Office # 281-996-3309
  10568. >
  10569. > Fax # 281-482-9318
  10570. >
  10571. > dlauersdorf@ci.friendswood.tx.us
  10572. >
  10573.  
  10574.  
  10575.  
  10576.  
  10577.  From:           Lenore Van Arsdall [lrvanarsdall@sbcglobal.net]         Sent:           Wed 12/15/2010 12:07 PM
  10578.  To:     Bob Wieners
  10579.  Cc:     
  10580.  Subject:        Re:
  10581.  Attachments:  
  10582. View As Web Page
  10583. I have never had a problem when it comes to being able to move in or out of my area for the Fourth of July parade.  I don't recall what happened last year when we had the Christmas parade; I think I had the same problem but I decided to go grocery shopping to use up time.
  10584.  
  10585. This year, I forgot about the Cristmas parade taking place on Sat.  I was returning home after an event in Webster and was tired and not in the mood to drive all over Friendswood until I could get home.  I don't think I should have to.  And putting this info in the paper and whatever is not good enough...a lot of people do not read the paper or printed media.  
  10586.  
  10587. When the Fourth of July parade is held, I have been able to leave/return without a problem.  I don't recall how the routing was accomplished but as I said, I was not crippled in being able to leave/return home.
  10588.  
  10589. My complaint is that I had no way to get home on Sat. until AFTER the parade when the police car was no  longer blocking ingress and egress to Pecan.  There were also cones out blocking entrance to Pecan from 2351/Edgewood Drive.  And, of course, I could not get home from Friendswood Drive (to Clearview) because it was the parade route.  This is understandable.  
  10590.  
  10591. Other than inconvenience, my MAJOR complaint about blocking ingress/egress to the east side of Friendswood Drive is for emergencies.  What if someone had an emergency at home?  What if residents had a Christmas Party planned at their residences and were expecting out-of-the area guests?  These are not out-of-the ordinary occurrences.  Fortunately, I, myself, did not have either one going on.  I had planned to do some baking but by the time I got home after driving around for an hour and thinking about what I was not able to do at home, I was worn out from the frustration and decided not to do anything.  
  10592.  
  10593. Has anyone thought about looking at addresses, at least?   My daughter went to an event in the Heights area over the weekend.  They had a similar situation there but people directing traffic looked at addresses and allowed ingress/egress.
  10594.  
  10595. Why can't the ingress/egress be handled the same as when the Fourth of July parade is held?  We have limited access but at least we are not completely crippled.
  10596.  
  10597. Thank you for your reply.  As I said I don't want to look like the Grinch at Christmas but I know that I was not the only person very frustrated in trying to get home.    
  10598.  
  10599. From: Bob Wieners <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  10600. To: lrvanarsdall@sbcglobal.net
  10601. Cc: Toni Yeager <tyeager@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  10602. Sent: Wed, December 15, 2010 11:23:51 AM
  10603. Subject:
  10604.  
  10605. I am writing this email in response to your complaint dated December 12, 2009.  .
  10606.  
  10607.  
  10608.  
  10609.             The City of Friendswood applied for a permit to conduct the parade on November 3, 2010 and the request was approved by TXDOT on Nov 8, 2010. This application package included a notification plan for the parade and a traffic control plan.  You should also be aware that advance information was available on the City's reader board at Stevenson Park and local newspapers regarding this pre-planned event.
  10610.  
  10611.  
  10612.  
  10613.             With this in mind, I directed that side roads along FM 518 be closed to through traffic and that travel be restricted to one-way traffic on Pecan Drive in order to provide for public safety and to accomplish the legitimate law enforcement objective of traffic control at the time you were denied access to Pecan Drive .  While your situation is regrettable, you should be aware that the same traffic control plan and notification plan are used for the Fourth of July Parade. The reason that the road is closed is that there is no way for traffic to exit the area in/around your residence due to FM 518 being completely closed.
  10614.  
  10615.  
  10616.  
  10617.             In closing, I appreciate you bringing your concerns to my attention.  In the interests of avoiding future inconvenience, please pencil in next year’s parade on your calendar: Saturday, December 10, 2011. The traffic control plan will be in place from 5:45 pm until approximately 7:00 pm.
  10618.  
  10619.  
  10620.  
  10621. Sincerely,
  10622.  
  10623.  
  10624.  
  10625.  
  10626.  
  10627.  
  10628.  
  10629. Robert B. Wieners
  10630.  
  10631. Chief of Police
  10632.  
  10633.  
  10634.  
  10635.  
  10636.  
  10637.  
  10638.  
  10639.  
  10640.  
  10641.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Tue 12/14/2010 6:50 PM
  10642.  To:     Bill Holbert; Mayor; Deirdre Brown; Jim Barr; Jim Hill; Mike Barker; Pat McGinnis
  10643.  Cc:     Toni Yeager; Melinda Welsh; Bob Wieners; Nick Haby
  10644.  Subject:        FW: Officer Brandon Blair
  10645.  Attachments:  
  10646. View As Web Page
  10647.  
  10648. Wanted you all to be aware of another of our City employees going the extra mile!
  10649.  
  10650.  
  10651.  
  10652. Roger
  10653.  
  10654.  
  10655.  
  10656. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  10657.  
  10658. City Manager
  10659.  
  10660. City of Friendswood
  10661.  
  10662. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  10663.  
  10664. Friendswood, TX 77546
  10665.  
  10666. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  10667.  
  10668. Cell ( 281) 635-3074
  10669.  
  10670. Fax (281) 482-3722
  10671.  
  10672. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  10673.  
  10674.  
  10675.  
  10676. Confidentiality Notice:  This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  10677.  
  10678. From: Lisa Price
  10679. Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 10:19 AM
  10680. To: Dennis Senter; Michael L. Scambray; Josh Rogers; Michael Hurley; Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser
  10681. Cc: Brandon A. Blair
  10682. Subject: FW: Officer Brandon Blair
  10683.  
  10684.  
  10685.  
  10686. Officer Lisa Price
  10687.  
  10688. Friendswood Police Department
  10689.  
  10690. 1600 Whitaker Drive
  10691.  
  10692. Friendswood, TX 77546-4177
  10693.  
  10694. 281-996-3313
  10695.  
  10696. 281-482-9318 fax
  10697.  
  10698. 281-996-3300 24 hr dispatch
  10699.  
  10700. From: Catherine Johnson [mailto:snuffleupagusfamily@comcast.net]
  10701. Sent: Monday, November 29, 2010 12:56 PM
  10702. To: Lisa Price
  10703. Subject: Officer Brandon Blair
  10704.  
  10705.  
  10706.  
  10707. Hi,
  10708.  
  10709.  
  10710.  
  10711.     My name is Catherine Johnson. Our neighbor Syble Weathers was in need of medical assistance on 11/17/10 (case # 102312). I just wanted to let the Friendswood police dept. know how wonderful officer Blair was. Syble is 97 years old, and she would not go to the hospital that evening, although she desperately needed to. He went out of his way to make sure her family arrived, and that they knew the severity of the situation. He also spoke with APS. These are all things others (including my family) have tried to no avail. Without him, her family would not of stepped up to the plate. She may be hard to handle, but her family would never give any more than a small effort then throw their hands up. Now, because he spoke with them, they are taking the situation seriously. I am so very proud to live in Friendswood, and to know Officer Blair is protecting my family. He knows and truly follows the ethics and morals I hope to instill in my children. Syble is now in a hospital getting the care she needs because she knew the police would be back if she did not go. Not only that, her family has adjusted their attitude and they are doing their part to care for her. He should be an example for police officers everywhere. That is the true meaning of "Protect and Serve".
  10712.  
  10713.  
  10714.  
  10715. Thanks,
  10716.  
  10717. Catherine
  10718.  
  10719.  
  10720.  
  10721.  From:           Karen Peterson          Sent:           Mon 12/13/2010 1:27 PM
  10722.  To:     Bob Wieners; Luke Loeser; William Higgs
  10723.  Cc:     
  10724.  Subject:        Vandalism reported
  10725.  Attachments:    Vandalism reported.doc(106KB)
  10726. View As Web Page
  10727. This will probably bring the TV stations over for interviews
  10728.  
  10729.  
  10730.  From:           Sandra [sburchsted@gmail.com]   Sent:           Fri 12/10/2010 3:24 PM
  10731.  To:     Bob Wieners; Roger Roecker; Jimmy Holland
  10732.  Cc:     Tina Wood; Danielle Charvoz; Sandra Burchsted
  10733.  Subject:        Follow Up on 12.6 Meeting
  10734.  Attachments:    Cat_Adopter_Survey_.pdf(432KB)  dogadoptersurvey.pdf(387KB)
  10735. View As Web Page
  10736. Dear Mr. Roecker, Chief Wieners and Captain Holland:
  10737.  
  10738. Thank you for meeting with us earlier this week, we’re appreciative of the changes you’ve already been made. Building on our productive meeting Monday, we are writing to confirm the details of our discussion and set a date for our first monthly meeting.
  10739.  
  10740. Volunteer Management
  10741.     •    Call to Vicky Glenn? Has this taken place?
  10742.     •    Clear chain of command-  who to ask or  who will provide the answer for volunteers etc. (source of frustration for volunteers and also for ACO’s)
  10743.  
  10744. Vaccines
  10745.     •    Four FAC volunteers can pick up Gulf Coast vaccines  - for dogs only.  Gulf Coast Equine does not carry feline vaccines.
  10746.     •    Who will give the shots? Vet recommendation – ACO’s give on intake. Dogs only.
  10747.     •    Once approved as an FAC volunteer, wildlife rehabilitator, Cindi Bohannon can administer vaccines and has offered to train other volunteers in this area.
  10748.     •    Any FAC volunteer can transport animals to supporting vets. – procedures?
  10749.     •    Dr. Pickle will come weekly to administer rabies shots, if necessary.  Since a rabies vaccination is required by law the city should pay for the rabies vaccine and any vet costs incurred, unless the vet donates their time.
  10750.     •    Cats – no access to vaccines at this time or combo tests.
  10751.  
  10752. Forms
  10753.     •    New forms – New adoption form will include Caninality form, corrections to old form including, addition of “where did you see this pet advertised”, assessment questions that help ACO and volunteers in placement of the animals.  New form added to city website.
  10754.     •    Raising the Adoption Fee to $75 or higher if animal is vetted or sterilized. (which should be standard operating procedure)
  10755.     •    Hold Deposit
  10756.     •    Off-Site Adoption Form - Animals must be fully vetted
  10757.     •    Behavior Assessment Form from Vet regarding Pit type dogs – what is required? Comprehensive Intake and Euthanasia Data
  10758.     •    owner surrender, owner pick up
  10759.     •    pulled by  rescue  or
  10760.     •    adoption by individual
  10761.     •     euthanized
  10762.  
  10763. Proactive measure to increasing Adoption Rates
  10764.     •    Community service projects for those under the age of 18
  10765.     •    Cleaning procedures
  10766.     •    Upon intake all animals must be photographed and placed on Petfinder – volunteers request clarification.
  10767.     •    Marketing of animals in city buildings
  10768.     •    Additional Volunteer Hours – through the holidays and into 2011
  10769.     •    Adopter friendly hours, extended hours one day/week
  10770.     •    Pet socialization and enrichment activities, increased volunteer interaction with animals.
  10771.  
  10772. Foster Pilot Program
  10773.  
  10774.     •    When to begin program, procedures to implement, recruiting fosters, application, orientation classes, follow up, etc.
  10775.  
  10776. Topics of Discussion for future meeting –
  10777.  
  10778.     •    Clear chain of command- friction is caused by volunteers not knowing who to ask or who will provide the answer, etc.
  10779.     •    Palliative Care for injured animals during the 3 day holding period.
  10780.     •    Process of making donations accessible (ie. Box to check on water bill)
  10781.     •    FAC Mission Statement
  10782.     •    More information from owner surrenders, officer drop off during after hours,
  10783.     •    Rehoming of animals
  10784.  
  10785. Please find I attached pdfs of the ASPCA Meet Your Match Cat and Dog adoption survey forms and a link to  Meet Your Match Training Materials.
  10786.  
  10787. We look forward to hearing from you about about our next meeting in January 2011.
  10788.  
  10789. Regards,
  10790.  
  10791. Sandy Burchsted and Danielle Charvoz
  10792.  
  10793.  
  10794.  
  10795.  
  10796.  
  10797.  
  10798.  From:           Karen Peterson          Sent:           Fri 12/10/2010 1:16 PM
  10799.  To:     Fred W. Cramer; Douglas Lee. Bacon
  10800.  Cc:     KC Rodgers; Bob Wieners
  10801.  Subject:        Dash cam video
  10802.  Attachments:  
  10803. View As Web Page
  10804.  
  10805. Have a request pending from Channel 2 for dash-cam video on the Copper arrest
  10806.  
  10807. I will process Monday and we will go for an AG opinion, requesting to withhold
  10808.  
  10809.  
  10810.  
  10811. From:    Karen Peterson          Sent:           Fri 12/10/2010 11:33 AM
  10812.  To:     Bob Wieners
  10813.  Cc:     
  10814.  Subject:        Copper arrest
  10815.  Attachments:    Copper arrest.doc(106KB)
  10816. View As Web Page
  10817. They don't want to mention the second suspect at this time
  10818. Fred said he did more of a dance in the street as if he was trying to decide to run or not than actually flee
  10819.  
  10820. Running to get lunch, will be right back
  10821.  
  10822.  
  10823.  
  10824.  
  10825.   From:          Steve Waldner [wes.waldner@gmail.com]   Sent:           Mon 12/6/2010 9:46 PM
  10826.  To:     Benny KING; Bob North; Carl DEGEN; Col. Gayle Twyman; Col. Mike HARRINGTON; Bob Wieners; Dave TUCKER; JIM BALL; Joe Cook; Mike VALASCO; Paul RENFRO; Scott MOSELEY; Steve Waldner; Vincent Morrison
  10827.  Cc:     
  10828.  Subject:        Re: 3RDMARDIV Association Meeting
  10829.  Attachments:    3RDMARDIV ASSOC AGENDA 12-10.docx(63KB)  3RDMARDIV MINUTES 11-10.doc(73KB)
  10830. View As Web Page
  10831.  
  10832.  
  10833. On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 7:20 PM, Steve Waldner <wes.waldner@gmail.com> wrote:
  10834.  
  10835.     Attention all hands, there will be a meeting of the 3rd Marine Division Association Houston Chapter on Tuesday 7 December 2010 at 1830 at Ninfa’s on the Gulf Freeway.  I have attached the agenda and the minutes for the meeting.  I hope you are making plans on attending since this time of the year is the most active time for our association.
  10836.  
  10837.      Semper Fi!
  10838.  
  10839.      
  10840.  
  10841.     Steve Waldner
  10842.  
  10843.     President
  10844.  
  10845.     3rdMarDiv Association
  10846.  
  10847.     Houston Chapter
  10848.    
  10849.    
  10850.      From:       Melinda Welsh   Sent:           Mon 12/6/2010 4:48 PM
  10851.  To:     Bob Wieners; Roger Roecker; Terry Byrd
  10852.  Cc:     Toni Yeager; Cindy Edge; Rhonda Bloskas; Cindy Edge; Bobby Gervais
  10853.  Subject:        RE: Asset Forfeiture Report for tonight
  10854.  Attachments:  
  10855. View As Web Page
  10856. Let us know if we need to remove the FMO report that we have put in each Councilmember's spot at the dais.
  10857.  
  10858. Thanks,
  10859. Melinda Welsh, TRMC
  10860. City Secretary
  10861. City of Friendswood
  10862. 281-996-3270
  10863. (Fax) 281-482-1634
  10864. mwelsh@friendswood.com
  10865. "This e-mail contains thoughts and opinions of Melinda Welsh and does not represent official city policy"
  10866. It's not what you leave behind that matters, it is what you send ahead
  10867. ATTENTION PUBLIC OFFICIALS!
  10868. A "Reply to All" of this e-mail could lead to violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act. Please reply only to the sender.
  10869.  
  10870. From: Bob Wieners
  10871. Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 4:30 PM
  10872. To: Roger Roecker; Terry Byrd
  10873. Cc: Toni Yeager; Melinda Welsh; Cindy Edge; Rhonda Bloskas; Cindy Edge
  10874. Subject: RE: Asset Forfeiture Report for tonight
  10875.  
  10876. I think one report is all that is necessary. I believe traditionally we have only sent one report.
  10877.  
  10878.  
  10879.  
  10880. From: Roger Roecker
  10881. Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 4:24 PM
  10882. To: Terry Byrd; Bob Wieners
  10883. Cc: Toni Yeager; Melinda Welsh; Cindy Edge; Rhonda Bloskas; Cindy Edge
  10884. Subject: FW: Asset Forfeiture Report for tonight
  10885. Importance: High
  10886.  
  10887.  
  10888.  
  10889. Terry/Bob:  Are separate asset forfeiture reports required for the PD and FMO?  The PD’s obviously has been completed with the appropriate financial information, which could include the FM’s numbers since they are “$0s” … or are separate reports required?  One report (PD) is entitled the “City of Friendswood.”  The other is specific to the FMO.
  10890.  
  10891.  
  10892.  
  10893. If both are needed, we will try to point this out to council tonight.  If the “City’s” report can cover both … since the numbers don’t change, then the second report is not necessary and wouldn’t need to be given to council tonight.
  10894.  
  10895.  
  10896.  
  10897. Please shoot me an email and let me know your thoughts.
  10898.  
  10899.  
  10900.  
  10901. Roger
  10902.  
  10903.  
  10904.  
  10905. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  10906.  
  10907. City Manager
  10908.  
  10909. City of Friendswood
  10910.  
  10911. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  10912.  
  10913. Friendswood, TX 77546
  10914.  
  10915. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  10916.  
  10917. Cell ( 281) 635-3074
  10918.  
  10919. Fax (281) 482-3722
  10920.  
  10921. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  10922.  
  10923.  
  10924.  
  10925. Confidentiality Notice:  This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  10926.  
  10927. From: Melinda Welsh
  10928. Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 11:52 AM
  10929. To: Cindy Edge; Katina R. Hampton
  10930. Cc: Roger Roecker; Terry Byrd; Toni Yeager; Bobby Gervais; Michelle A. Perez
  10931. Subject: Asset Forfeiture Report for tonight
  10932.  
  10933.  
  10934.  
  10935. I spoke to Terry Byrd this morning regarding the Consent Agenda item
  10936.  
  10937. Ratifying and confirming the Mayor’s signature on the Fiscal Year 2010 Chapter 59 Asset Forfeiture Report
  10938.  
  10939.  
  10940.  
  10941. Terry noticed that the document ratifying the Mayor's signature for the Asset Forfeiture Report for FMO was not included in the attachments to the AI Form.  Only the PD one is included and attached.  I spoke to Bobby Gervais and he suggested giving Council a copy on the dais and let them know the FMO was also needed.  I've attached it for review if needed.
  10942.  
  10943.  
  10944.  
  10945. Our office will make those copies and put them on the dais.
  10946.  
  10947.  
  10948.  
  10949. Thanks,
  10950. Melinda Welsh, TRMC
  10951. City Secretary
  10952. City of Friendswood
  10953. 281-996-3270
  10954. (Fax) 281-482-1634
  10955. mwelsh@friendswood.com
  10956. "This e-mail contains thoughts and opinions of Melinda Welsh and does not represent official city policy"
  10957. It's not what you leave behind that matters, it is what you send ahead
  10958. ATTENTION PUBLIC OFFICIALS!
  10959. A "Reply to All" of this e-mail could lead to violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act. Please reply only to the sender.
  10960.  
  10961.  
  10962.  
  10963.  
  10964.  
  10965.  From:           Shari Burrows   Sent:           Mon 12/6/2010 2:32 PM
  10966.  To:     Luke Loeser
  10967.  Cc:     Bob Wieners; Matthew Wise; David Brechtel; Kathryn Mach
  10968.  Subject:         ICAC Program Progress Report
  10969.  Attachments:    ICAC progress report 12-10 #1.doc(92KB)
  10970. View As Web Page
  10971.  
  10972. Please see attached for a progress report on the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Program which began in October 2009 and is assigned to Detective David Brechtel.  A progress report such as the chart on the last page and a brief summary of events will be turned in quarterly starting January 2011.  These reports will be kept in the CID/Share File and will be sent to you by email upon completion each quarter.  Thank you for your support of this successful program.
  10973.  
  10974.  
  10975.  
  10976. Shari Burrows
  10977.  
  10978. Friendswood Police Department
  10979.  
  10980. Captain - Criminal Investigation Division
  10981.  
  10982. 281-996-3340
  10983.  
  10984.  
  10985.  
  10986. "Denial of responsibility is the essence of immaturity"
  10987.  
  10988.  
  10989.  
  10990.  
  10991.  
  10992.   From:          info@ctighouston.org [info@ctighouston.org]     Sent:           Mon 12/6/2010 10:10 AM
  10993.  To:     Bob Wieners
  10994.  Cc:     
  10995.  Subject:        FBI CTIG Intelligence Bulletin
  10996.  Attachments:    EARLY November 2010.pdf(677KB)
  10997. View As Web Page
  10998.  
  10999.  
  11000. Attached is the "Early Edition" of the CTIG Intelligence Bulletin.  This edition covers activities from the 1st through the 15th of every month.  
  11001.  
  11002.  
  11003.  
  11004. Our goal at CTIG is to bring the most current Intelligence to the end used as quickly as possible, so the information can be used as a prevention tool in today's Counterterrorism environment.  
  11005.  
  11006.  
  11007.  
  11008. Any comments or feedback relating to the attached can be directed to CTIG via our e-mail: info@ctighouston.org
  11009.  
  11010.  
  11011.  
  11012. OR:
  11013.  
  11014. Ginette M. Avila
  11015.  
  11016. Process Management/Process Improvement
  11017. (713) 936-7459
  11018. gavila@ctighouston.org  
  11019.  
  11020.  
  11021.  
  11022.  
  11023.  
  11024. SECURITY NOTE:  The information contained in this document is classified Law-Enforcement Sensitive (LES). No portion of this document should be released to the media or general public. Any release of this information could adversely affect or jeopardize investigative activities.  Furthermore - All classified information is governed by Executive Order 12958 and 13292. Any unauthorized disclosure of classified information may constitute a violation of Title 18, sections 641, 793, 798, 952, and 1924.
  11025.  
  11026.  
  11027. Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Group (CTIG)
  11028. FBI Houston
  11029. 1 Justice Park Dr.
  11030. Houston, Texas 77092
  11031. Phone: (713) 693-5000
  11032. E-mail: info@ctighouston.org
  11033. http://ctighouston.org/
  11034.  
  11035. This report is in Adobe Acrobat format.  The reader can be downloaded from
  11036. http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
  11037.  
  11038.  
  11039.  
  11040.  
  11041.  
  11042.  From:           Dave Francisco [davefrancisco@comcast.net]      Sent:           Sat 12/4/2010 7:08 PM
  11043.  To:     Bob Wieners
  11044.  Cc:     
  11045.  Subject:        Re: Sidewalk - Criminal Charges
  11046.  Attachments:  
  11047. View As Web Page
  11048.  
  11049. Thanks for the reply and sorry to bother you, but this is a continuous issue
  11050. for us to correct misinformation.
  11051.  
  11052.  
  11053. ----- Original Message -----
  11054. From: "Bob Wieners" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>
  11055. To: <davefrancisco@comcast.net>
  11056. Sent: Saturday, December 04, 2010 2:53 PM
  11057. Subject: Re: Sidewalk - Criminal Charges
  11058.  
  11059.  
  11060.  
  11061. Dave,
  11062.  
  11063. You are correct.
  11064.  
  11065. Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint!
  11066.  
  11067.  
  11068.  
  11069. ----- Reply message -----
  11070. From: "Dave Francisco" <davefrancisco@comcast.net>
  11071. Date: Sat, Dec 4, 2010 13:26
  11072. Subject: Sidewalk - Criminal Charges
  11073. To: "rpigott713@yahoo.com" <rpigott713@yahoo.com>,
  11074. "stephenelsner@comcast.net" <stephenelsner@comcast.net>,
  11075. "barbara@resolutionconcepts.com" <barbara@resolutionconcepts.com>, "'Karen
  11076. Theriot-Eileraas'" <femmedebayou@hotmail.com>
  11077. Cc: "bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us" <bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us>,
  11078. "'Rhonda Burrage'" <rhondab@jdhamc.com>
  11079.  
  11080. Chief Wieners,
  11081.  
  11082. I was told by the contractor that an incidence report was filed not a
  11083. criminal report - could you confirm this.
  11084.  
  11085. Thanks,
  11086.  
  11087. Dave Francisco
  11088.  
  11089.   ----- Original Message -----
  11090.   From: Deirdre Carey Brown
  11091.   To: rpigott713@yahoo.com ; davefrancisco@comcast.net ;
  11092. stephenelsner@comcast.net ; barbara@resolutionconcepts.com ; 'Karen
  11093. Theriot-Eileraas'
  11094.   Cc: bwieners@ci.friendswood.tx.us ; 'Rhonda Burrage'
  11095.   Sent: Saturday, December 04, 2010 11:51 AM
  11096.   Subject: Sidewalk - Criminal Charges
  11097.  
  11098.  
  11099.   Dear Board -
  11100.  
  11101.  
  11102.  
  11103.   According to a homeowner and a call she received from the police
  11104. department, your contractor for the sidewalk installation at Reserve C is
  11105. pressing charges against a minor for putting his name in the sidewalk.
  11106. Apparently, the contractor believes the repair cost is $800 or more.  The
  11107. homeowner referenced that the police department told her it was $2000.  She
  11108. may have misunderstood and the $2000 may relate to the potential fines for
  11109. the criminal citation.   There are other initials in the sidewalk as well.
  11110. I will look into the issue for my own edification on whether the contractor
  11111. has standing to press charges for criminal mischief on HOA property.  Once
  11112. the concrete is on the ground, it would appear to be a fixture and part of
  11113. the HOA property.   As I understand it, the entire Board was not advised of
  11114. the issue by the contractor.  I do not know if some Board members were
  11115. informed.
  11116.  
  11117.  
  11118.  
  11119.   I am writing as a member of the Association who is very concerned.  Why
  11120. wouldn't the contract mitigate the problem and fix the sidewalk while the
  11121. concrete is wet?  That seems to be the core issue here if the contractor was
  11122. concerned with damage to the sidewalk and was aware it happened at the time.
  11123.  
  11124.  
  11125.  
  11126.   I do not have the contractor's side of the issue and will make further
  11127. inquiries.
  11128.  
  11129.  
  11130.  
  11131.   Regards -
  11132.  
  11133.  
  11134.  
  11135.   Deirdre Carey Brown
  11136.  
  11137.  
  11138.  
  11139.  
  11140.  From:           Toni Yeager     Sent:           Thu 12/2/2010 7:59 AM
  11141.  To:     Bob Wieners
  11142.  Cc:     
  11143.  Subject:        RE: Chief
  11144.  Attachments:  
  11145. View As Web Page
  11146.  
  11147. Bravo!  (does he think you’re makin’ this stuff up?)
  11148.  
  11149. People!
  11150.  
  11151.  
  11152.  
  11153. Toni S. Yeager, CPS/CAP
  11154. Executive Secretary to the City Manager
  11155. City Manager's Office
  11156. City of Friendswood
  11157. 281-996-3258 Phone
  11158. 281-482-3722 Fax
  11159.  
  11160. From: Bob Wieners
  11161. Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2010 6:45 PM
  11162. To: Toni Yeager
  11163. Subject: FW: Chief
  11164.  
  11165.  
  11166.  
  11167.  
  11168.  
  11169.  
  11170.  
  11171. From: Bob Wieners
  11172. Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2010 6:38 PM
  11173. To: 'skeletonsyouhave@gmail.com'
  11174. Cc: Roger Roecker; Lisa Price; Luke Loeser; Melinda Welsh
  11175. Subject: Chief
  11176.  
  11177.  
  11178.  
  11179. Dear Sir:
  11180.  
  11181.  
  11182.  
  11183. I am writing this email in response to your email dated Nov 30, 2010 that you sent to Mayor Smith. You are correct in your assessment that Friendswood enjoys a low serious crime rate as reported in the media. The crime rate is calculated on the eight serious crimes that are tracked by the FBI: aggravated assault, sexual assault, robbery, murder, burglary, theft motor vehicle theft and arson. These crimes are classified as Part I UCR crimes by the FBI. All other crimes such as drugs, DWI, fraud, forgery, criminal mischief , disorderly conduct, simple assault etc. are classified as  Part II UCR. This second category of crime is where most the FPD is focus is and the example you attached in your email is indicative of that work. Drug activity and drug arrests have increased significantly in the last three years largely as a result of the abuse of prescription pills and illegal substances such as heroin and methamphetamine.
  11184.  
  11185.  
  11186.  
  11187. The police department tries to keep citizens informed about what is happening in the community and does so via the City’s Website where you can find detailed annual crime reports and analysis. Press releases are also sent out in weekly reports in the newspaper and the Internet. You can also sign up for Groupbuilder and receive a variety of City related information. While it is regrettable that we have drugs, organized criminal activity, repeat offenders and sex offenders in/around our community, the public has a right to know and needs to know what is happening.
  11188.  
  11189.  
  11190.  
  11191. Please to do not mistake a robust public information program as an effort on my part to smear the community or advance my personal/professional fortune. Also, I have no intentions of seeking an opportunity at a larger department. I do plan to continue a proactive policing philosophy that suppresses serious crime, controls the crime rate and whenever possible prevents crime. I would like the opportunity to discuss any other concerns that you have; please feel free to contact me at 281 996 3313.
  11192.  
  11193.  
  11194.  
  11195.  
  11196.  
  11197. Proudly serving you,
  11198.  
  11199.  
  11200.  
  11201. Bob Wieners
  11202.  
  11203. Chief of Police
  11204.  
  11205.  
  11206.  
  11207.  From:           Roger Roecker   Sent:           Wed 12/1/2010 5:12 PM
  11208.  To:     Bob Wieners
  11209.  Cc:     Toni Yeager; Nick Haby
  11210.  Subject:        FW: Chief
  11211.  Attachments:  
  11212. View As Web Page
  11213.  
  11214. Wanted you to be aware.
  11215.  
  11216.  
  11217.  
  11218. Roger C. Roecker, CGFO
  11219.  
  11220. City Manager
  11221.  
  11222. City of Friendswood
  11223.  
  11224. 910 S. Friendswood Drive
  11225.  
  11226. Friendswood, TX 77546
  11227.  
  11228. Tel. (281) 996-3250
  11229.  
  11230. Cell ( 281) 635-3074
  11231.  
  11232. Fax (281) 482-3722
  11233.  
  11234. Email:  rroecker@friendswood.com
  11235.  
  11236.  
  11237.  
  11238. Confidentiality Notice:  This e-mail message may contain information, which is legally privileged.  The information is intended only for the use of the recipient(s) named above.  Any disclosure, copying, distribution, use, or action in reliance upon the contents of this transmitted information by anyone other than the intended recipient(s) is strictly prohibited.  If you have received this transmission in error, please notify me immediately by replying to this message or by telephone at (281) 996-3250.
  11239.  
  11240. From: Melinda Welsh
  11241. Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 9:23 PM
  11242. To: Bill Holbert; Deirdre Brown; Jim Barr; Jim Hill; Mayor; Mike Barker; Pat McGinnis; Roger Roecker
  11243. Subject: FW: Chief
  11244.  
  11245.  
  11246.  
  11247. FYI.  The e-mail below is addressed to the Mayor so is being sent to Council as well, as is our usual practice.
  11248.  
  11249. Thanks,