Catches 202-206

Price Padgett, former Galveston police officer.

202 – Price Padgett, former Galveston Police Officer, wanted on a drug possession charge… rounded-up in the Lake Livingston area on February 6, 2010. He is now in the Galveston County Jail with no bond (motion to revoke parole). Latest booking photo.

203- The Montgomery County Sheriffs Office tells us Pamela Oclair was arrested recently. Oclair was wanted for bond revocation following a burglary at a Montgomery County Bar. The disposition of her case is pending.

204- Amy Labeth Howard was wanted for forgery. Alvin police contend that Howard stole money from her parents account. They pressed charges. The state of Texas pressed charges. She was arrested (turned herself in) in May 2009 and was released from the Brazoria County Jail in July 2009. *UPDATE*: Addendum by Howard. See Comments Section.

205-  Calvin Anderson is a former marine, former corrections officer, and worked in loss prevention. HPD says he was stealing cash from his employer (Walmart on Tidwell). He plead guilty to theft ($50-$500) and sentenced to 56 days in the Harris County Jail on 2/10/10.

206-  Maria Guadalupe Rodriguez robbed a man… and during that robbery… the man was stabbed in the chest.  It happened on the 8200 block of West Bellfort. We profiled the case in 2008. Rodriguez got a seven year prison sentence (TDC) on January 5, 2010 .


3 Responses

  1. Way to go, Joel! You’re my hero (along with all those fine men and women in law enforcement). 🙂

  2. Well I did write a check on my dads account. He did not press charges. The state did. I turned myself in. Thanks.

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