Montgomery County, TX Crime & Safety

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Montgomery County MCHD has just transported a 19-year-old shooting victim from what witnesses are calling a drive-by shooting in the 3400 block of Royal Oaks across from the Fire Station. The victim was reported critical but stable enroute to HCA Conroe.
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About 10:30 am this morning a Chevrolet passenger car was southbound on FM 1485 just north of FM 3083 near the Caney Creek Cowboy Church. As he came around the curve at a high rate of speed he started to cross into the oncoming lane and then overcorrected causing the vehicle to flip. The male driver and a female passenger who were not wearing seatbelts were injured in the crash and transported to HCA Conroe Hospital. In the back seat of the vehicle, the driver had several pieces of 6×6 lumber which could have very well made the injury greater had it come forward. Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constables worked the crash. Body Colors removed the vehicle from the scene. FM 1485 was closed for close to 45-minutes. As the wrecker was loading the vehicle deputies found a knife impaled between the tire and rim. The driver’s cell phone was recovered from the ditch.

Montgomery Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Fatal Crash

On July 29, 2021, Joshua Alan Mann, 41 years of age, from Montgomery, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for Intoxication Manslaughter and 10 years in Intoxication Assault for a crash on February 10, 2019, in Montgomery, TX. The range of punishment for Intoxication Manslaughter is 2 to 20 years in prison and 2 to 10 years in prison for Intoxication Assault. The 435th District Court imposed the sentences according to the plea agreement. As the agreement included an affirmative finding of a deadly weapon, Mann will have to serve half of his sentence before being eligible for parole.

Montgomery man sentenced for killing single mom while driving 'drugged'

A 41-year-old man last week was sentenced to prison for killing a single mother and seriously injuring two others while driving high on meth and prescription-type drugs in the city of Montgomery, officials announced Monday. On May, 20, Joshua Alan Mann, of Montgomery, pleaded guilty to intoxication manslaughter and intoxication...
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Montgomery County Fire Department Responds to Fatal Collision on I45 in The Woodlands

THE WOODLANDS, TX — Sunday The Woodlands Fire Department TWFD responded to two major motor vehicle accidents. Just before 2:00am The Woodlands Fire Department along with South Montgomery County Fire Department and Spring Fire Department responded to I45 main lanes just north of Rayford Road on a two vehicle collision caused by a wrong way driver. Firefighters had to extricate several of the patients from the heavily damaged vehicles. Two people died in the accident and Montgomery County Hospital District transported another 4 to local hospitals, 3 of whom had critical injuries. The second incident occurred at 3pm when a vehicle left the road and rolled over on College Park/242 near the intersection of Alden Woods. Callers reported that the driver was trapped inside. The Woodlands Fire Department crews were able to quickly extricate the driver who fortunately only had minor injuries.
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At about 1:45 am calls started coming into 911 operators of an Acura passenger car southbound in the northbound HOV lane of I-45 near SH 242. Units began searching. Within minutes calls started to come in of a head-on crash on I-45 northbound just north of Rayford Road with one of the vehicles on fire. Sheriff’s Deputies and several wreckers responded to the scene and using fire extinguishers, extinguished the blaze on the firewall of the Dodge pickup with five-person in it. As they worked to get victims out the fire reignited just as South Montgomery County Fire Department arrived on the scene. It was quickly extinguished. Firefighters immediately requested five ambulances. MCHD started arriving on the scene. The 25, year-old female driving the Acura was deceased. Crews went to work on the pickup. The driver was critical as well as one of the back seat passengers. Two of the back seat passengers were critical but stable. The 22-year-old female passenger in the pickup was entrapped. Crews worked close to 20-minutes to free her. She was pronounced deceased on the scene when life-saving measures failed. There were no passengers in the Acura. Both the deceased victims were from the Conroe area. One of the critical male patients is from outside of the United States. DPS worked the crash and reopened the freeway at 5:30 am. DPS is asking for anyone who may have seen this vehicle traveling the wrong way to contact DPS as they are trying to determine where the female got on the freeway.
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2 Conroe women die in head-on crash

Two Conroe women died in a head-on crash on Interstate 45 just north of Rayford early Sunday. Responding units arrived at 1:45 a.m. to that a Honda and a Dodge pickup carrying five people had collided. The pickup was ablaze, and the South Montgomery County Fire Department worked to extinguish...
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BODY FOUND OF SIDE OF ROAD- Early this morning Conroe Police received a call from Katherine Taylor who reported that Perry Taylor her husband she married Saturday had shot her ex-boyfriend. The former boyfriend, Russell Alan Bointnott, was also their next-door neighbor. Fearing for her life she went to a family member’s house in Conroe where the call was initiated. Just after 9 a.m., a Montgomery County Deputy was dispatched to the home at which the incident had been reported. The deputy talked with the landlord of the property located at the corner of Morehead and Crighton Road. Perry was not at the location. The deputy then left the scene and called Conroe Police to update them on his findings. It was then he received new information on the case and returned moments later. When he arrived Perry Taylor drove up and detained. The deputy discovered evidence in Taylor’s truck that suggested a crime had been As the deputy was speaking with the suspect a call was dispatched that a man had been found lying on the side of the road and appeared to be dead at the intersection of Magnolia Ridge and Redbud in the Magnolia Bend Subdivision. MCHD and Central Montgomery County Fire Department responded to the scene. Patrol units from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office arrived on the scene. Paramedics on the scene determined that Russell Alan Bointnott, 51 was deceased. Detectives responded to both scenes and it was determined that Bointnott appeared to have a single gunshot wound to the head. Bointnott was transported to the Montgomery County Forensic Center by Eickenhorst Funeral Directors.