All information is from the Bellaire Police Department.
2/21/2019 – 6700 IH610 WEST SERVICE ROAD – On Thursday, February 21, 2019 at approximately 0910 hours, Officer D. Rocha (badge #324) initiated a traffic stop on a gray colored Toyota Tundra pickup for expired registration. The driver was identified by her Texas identification card. The Texas license plate which was displayed on the truck was checked by Bellaire dispatch database and found to be a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was seized and the driver subsequently arrested and charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Officers T. Quimby (badge #305), C. Licketto (badge #318), H. Lopez (badge #332) and J. Jenkins (badge #316) assisted on this scene.
1/8/2018 – 46xx BRAEBURN DRIVE On 01/08/2018 at 1050 hours, Officer Vorhees was dispatched to 46xx Braeburn Drive in reference to a stolen vehicle. The victim stated he last saw his vehicle parked on the street in front of his residence, on 01/07/2018 at 2300 hours. On 01/08/2018 the victim stated when he came outside of his residence this morning the vehicle was gone.
2/4/2018 – 5000 BELLAIRE – On 02/04/2018, Officer Marcotte initiated a traffic stop on a 1999 Ford pickup for a broken tail light. It was learned the pickup had been stolen in a robbery earlier in the day. Both the occupants matched the description of the suspects whom had committed the robbery. Both were arrested and charged with robbery.
2/11/2018 – 54xx HOLLY – On February 11, 2018 at about 0932 hours (hrs), Officer C. Barber, a duly sworn Peace Officer with the Bellaire Police Department, was dispatched to the residence at 54xx Holly St regarding a theft of a motor vehicle and the burglary of two motor vehicles. The suspects rummaged through two unsecured vehicles and discovered the key fob for the stolen vehicle inside one of burglarized cars and used it to steal the third vehicle.
2/16/2018 – 6750 WEST LOOP SOUTH – On 02/16/2018 at 1549 hours, Officer Younger made contact with the victim who advised her vehicle had been stolen out of the parking garage without her knowledge. The victim advised her vehicle had already been recovered by Houston Police Officers and she needed a report for the theft.
3/17/2018 – 4439 BISSONNET STREET – On 03/17/2018 at 1938 hours, Officer Schwausch was dispatched to the Valero Gas Station at 4439 Bissonnet Street in reference to a female who appeared to be intoxicated and about to take off in a car. Officer Schwausch arrived and made contact with the female, who after further investigation was not authorized by the registered owner to use the motor vehicle. The female was subsequently charged and transported to the Bellaire Jail for processing.
6/11/2018 – 47xx LAUREL On June 11, 2018 at about 0922 hours (hrs), Officer C. Barber with the Bellaire Police Department was dispatched to the above address regarding the theft of an automobile. The vehicle was parked in the victim’s driveway and was taken between the hours of June 10, 2018 around 2330 hrs and June 11, 2018 around 0800 hrs.
6/13/2018 – 46xx VERONE STREET On 06/13/2018 at 1016 hours, Officer Andrade was dispatched to the City of Bellaire Police Department lobby to meet with a reportee in reference to an auto theft. Officer Andrade met with the reportee who stated on 06/12/2018 between the hours of 1000 hours and 1700 hours, an unknown suspect stole his black 2016 dump trailer from the driveway.
6/13/2018 – 5410 BELLAIRE BLVD On 05/13/2018 at 1252 hours, Officer Vorhees was dispatched to the above location in reference to an auto theft report. Officer Vorhees arrived at approximately 1306 hours, and met with the reportee. The reportee stated the suspect entered into a contract to lease a vehicle and never returned the vehicle as per the contract.
7/7/2018 – 50xx Tamarisk Lane – On 07/07/2018 at 1853 hours, Officer Schwausch was dispatched to 50xx Tamarisk Lane in reference to a stolen vehicle. Further investigation found the vehicle was stolen between the hours of 2030 hours on 07/06/2018 and 0800 on 07/07/2018 by an unknown suspect.
10/2/2018 – 4747 BELLAIRE BOULEVARD – On October 2, 2018 at 1653 hours, Officer Lysack was dispatched to the above location in reference to an automobile theft. Officer Lysack met with the victim who stated he last saw his vehicle in his reserved parking spot in the parking garage on October 2, 2018 at approximately 0900 hours. The victim returned to the parking garage at approximately 1644 hours to discover the vehicle was stolen. The vehicle was entered into NCIC/TCIC as stolen.