Friday, May 21, 2010

KHOU Channel 11 Reports: Missouri City Has Some of the Highest Suburban Crime In Houston Area---click here for report--

Follow the title link for the full KHOU report based on a FortBendNow piece....

Related: http://www.fortbendnow.com/category/news/investigative

KHOU Part II 5-21-10: http://www.khou.com/home/related/Tracking-Property-Crimes-in-Houstons-Largest-Suburb-Communities-94586799.html

"Across the country, home burglaries, car burglaries and auto thefts are on the rise. So for months, 11 News has been looking into the numbers and pulling property crime reports for 10 of Houston’s biggest suburban communities.

We then took those numbers to a nationally recognized institute (NICAR) to have them analyzed. Here’s what they uncovered: Ranking communities as high, average and low, the property crime rate per capita was the highest in Humble and Missouri City – even higher than what was found in Houston." KHOU

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bluevibe said on May 21, 2010 at 8:01 AMI'm not sure any of this has anything to do with anything. Crime can change almost from block to block. There are apartment complexes near me that have more crime than my subdivision, and I'm not far from FM 1960 and I-45, which has gotten to be fairly dangerous, but in my subdivision specifically, "crime" usually means kids smashing mailboxes. I think we had one or two incidences with a flasher about ten years ago, and some kid got arrested for stealing mail this past Christmas, and that's about it. I don't know where Spring would fall overall on the crime spectrum, but it varies greatly.Flag this commentrl123 said on May 21, 2010 at 7:18 AMSam Houston once said, Texas has yet to learn the meaning of submission from any opression, be it foreign or domestic. As politics, the economy, and the U.S. Govt. continue to decline, I am almost positive this statement by one of Texas's greatest leaders be tested again.Flag this commentjjdoxy said on May 21, 2010 at 7:17 AMI hope some scumbags try to break into my home. If the dogs don't get them than a .380 sure will. I have worked hard for everything I own and no one will take it away witour a fight. Be aware. I f I have to to use a firearm I shoot to KILL asd I'm told I'm a pretty good shot. Burglers Beware!!!Flag this commentbuttercup69 said on May 21, 2010 at 6:04 AMIf Calderon would keep his worthless illegals home...they would be safe as they were for years... GO HOME... That bxxxxxxx and Obama have me really hacked. To come to America and make the comment he made..and the low life unAmerican thug in DC. Where is the committee on UnAmerican activities...thoses traitors need to be treated just like traitors.Flag this commentmarlon46 said on May 21, 2010 at 12:20 AMaphrodz, Well I would do the same if I see a bunch of men of color walking thru my neighborhood late at night also, because I get real nervous seeing a Green, purple or Orange Man just wondering aimlessly & god Help us all when the Purple Faced Women showup!!!!Flag this commentethan77901 said on May 21, 2010 at 12:15 AMI have been living in Alvin for a year, while my sister has been here (Alvin) for almost 4 years. We feel a bit safer in this Brazoria County town.Flag this commenttxsasquatch81416 said on May 20, 2010 at 10:37 PMThese kinds of comparisons are interesting and provide great fodder for debate, but they're essentially meaningless. A lot of crime (about half overall) isn't even reported to the police, and the reporting practices of police departments vary far more than they should. One should take this information with a sizable block of salt.Flag this commentaphrodz said on May 20, 2010 at 10:29 PMI have been living in League City for almost three years. I work nights and the last three nights at 5 o'clock in the morning have seen "men of color" walking the street and can't help but think 'there goes the neighborhood'. So I will be selling my house real soon! People may think that is racist, all I can say is watch the news and you will see.Flag this commentretiredtexan said on May 20, 2010 at 9:35 PMPeople in the suburbs purchase more firearms and that being known by the criminals, would rather take their chances in the larger cities. 90% of all homes in the suburbs own one or more firearms in the stare of Texas, where less than half that in the cities.

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harley2 said on May 21, 2010 at 12:26 PMi beleive the crime is much worse so much is not even reported. break in, car jackings, air/ conditioners units, copper, alot is not even reported crime and drugs are a lot worse than people want to tell.Flag this commentafterlatergater said on May 21, 2010 at 12:24 PMThat 5 o'clock in the morning march is what I call :"the jones patrol". Theyre out there because thyre jones-in and they are trollin for more. Who else walks around in packs at 5 am? crack addicts...thats who.Flag this commentlld2282 said on May 21, 2010 at 12:13 PMWhere ever Metro buses have access, the criminal element has risen...thugs come to the 'burbs to commit crimes, then steal a car to get back to the hoods...Flag this commenthooey said on May 21, 2010 at 12:01 PMdang papi - when is your first publication of poems comin' out? U'r good!Flag this commentrocket_munkey said on May 21, 2010 at 11:33 AMBaytown is full of Mexicans. yes! my yard stays tight, good food like lunas, el toro... nice car washes, labor is cheap... i live in the woods. HELL YA!Flag this comment2papi said on May 21, 2010 at 11:28 AMOnly U,U'r dog & U'r 9, can prevent crime!........... Wow! I'm getting better.LOL!Flag this commentbearfoot said on May 21, 2010 at 11:25 AMAny place that has a public street leading to it, the criminal element has a way of finding it. My front door is such a place, but my .45 hates thieves and bites hard. It is my advice, that if your are fearful of that element, and you want to protect yourself and your dear ones, you arm yourself with a similar device.Flag this commenttransparency1 said on May 21, 2010 at 10:04 AMYou are correct hooey. The crime should be these city officials with-holding the crime stats from voters and taxpayers. I wonder if their own police chief would arrest them for law violations.Flag this commentmarlon46 said on May 21, 2010 at 9:53 AMHow is it that this topic bring out such concerns about crime & labeling others as Thugs, when other programs like Gangland on the History Channel did a piece about the Arian Brother Hoods & how they are the Largest Gang in America & they live in the Suburbs along with other Gang members of like the Warlocks Biker Gangs & most of these Men are well past the age of adolescence, Some are ex-military & involved with a para military training camps & operate as criminals operating Meth Labs & illegal Weapons Sales also burglaries of residences in the suburban communities nationwide, Some also have wives who support their lifestyle & also operate as prostates or drug mules & even recruit other caucasian women also, I find this story misleading & only an attempt to continue to mislead others who are naive to the truth about suburbia!!!!!!Flag this commentearlroyce said on May 21, 2010 at 9:21 AMYou ever notice when the bust the crooks in the nice neighborhoods, the scumbags are never from there? All nice neighborhoods should have gated entry to keep scum out.Flag this commenthooey said on May 21, 2010 at 9:08 AMtransparency1 - I agree. Make someone accountable and let's put the true stats out there. Couse if a City has enough $$$$$ they can buy all sorts of "studies" that put them at the top. Sugarland is one of them.Flag this commentjakeysmom said on May 21, 2010 at 8:59 AMI'm really, & truly surprised that Katy comes in behind Pasadena. Wow. But I sure won't leave Katy!Flag this commenttransparency1 said on May 21, 2010 at 8:51

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hooey said on May 21, 2010 at 9:08 AMtransparency1 - I agree. Make someone accountable and let's put the true stats out there. Couse if a City has enough $$$$$ they can buy all sorts of "studies" that put them at the top. Sugarland is one of them.Flag this commentjakeysmom said on May 21, 2010 at 8:59 AMI'm really, & truly surprised that Katy comes in behind Pasadena. Wow. But I sure won't leave Katy!Flag this commenttransparency1 said on May 21, 2010 at 8:51 AMIt is pretty sad when builders and developers who give so much to our city council members get away with manipulating access to crime data that helps families prepare. I remember when Missouri City used population from an area of their ETJ that their police don't service in 2007-2009 to make the CQ "safest cities" list but on this report the violent crime per capita is actually higher than Houston proper. How did they get away with that? Perhaps the UCR-FBI should no longer accept cities self-reports or insist on an Affidavit from an official who then can be called on the mat for lying to CQ and the public?Flag this commenthooey said on May 21, 2010 at 8:26 AM"I would say Sugar Land is very safe," said Griffith. And according to the data 11News analyzed, it has one of the lowest crime rates in the area." So now the criminals will attack there on the unsuspecting citizens who live in such a safe place. Be careful what you put out there.Flag this commentasics said on May 21, 2010 at 8:14 AMA lot of people say Pasadena cops are racist, a-holes, etc, but I hope they keep having that reputation, it's what keeps criminals away. Bad cops and Joe Horn keep Pasadena safe LOL

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harley2 said on May 21, 2010 at 12:26 PMi beleive the crime is much worse so much is not even reported. break in, car jackings, air/ conditioners units, copper, alot is not even reported crime and drugs are a lot worse than people want to tell.Flag this commentafterlatergater said on May 21, 2010 at 12:24 PMThat 5 o'clock in the morning march is what I call :"the jones patrol". Theyre out there because thyre jones-in and they are trollin for more. Who else walks around in packs at 5 am? crack addicts...thats who.Flag this commentlld2282 said on May 21, 2010 at 12:13 PMWhere ever Metro buses have access, the criminal element has risen...thugs come to the 'burbs to commit crimes, then steal a car to get back to the hoods...Flag this commenthooey said on May 21, 2010 at 12:01 PMdang papi - when is your first publication of poems comin' out? U'r good!Flag this commentrocket_munkey said on May 21, 2010 at 11:33 AMBaytown is full of Mexicans. yes! my yard stays tight, good food like lunas, el toro... nice car washes, labor is cheap... i live in the woods. HELL YA!Flag this comment2papi said on May 21, 2010 at 11:28 AMOnly U,U'r dog & U'r 9, can prevent crime!........... Wow! I'm getting better.LOL!Flag this commentbearfoot said on May 21, 2010 at 11:25 AMAny place that has a public street leading to it, the criminal element has a way of finding it. My front door is such a place, but my .45 hates thieves and bites hard. It is my advice, that if your are fearful of that element, and you want to protect yourself and your dear ones, you arm yourself with a similar device.Flag this commenttransparency1 said on May 21, 2010 at 10:04 AMYou are correct hooey. The crime should be these city officials with-holding the crime stats from voters and taxpayers. I wonder if their own police chief would arrest them for law violations.Flag this commentmarlon46 said on May 21, 2010 at 9:53 AMHow is it that this topic bring out such concerns about crime & labeling others as Thugs, when other programs like Gangland on the History Channel did a piece about the Arian Brother Hoods & how they are the Largest Gang in America & they live in the Suburbs along with other Gang members of like the Warlocks Biker Gangs & most of these Men are well past the age of adolescence, Some are ex-military & involved with a para military training camps & operate as criminals operating Meth Labs & illegal Weapons Sales also burglaries of residences in the suburban communities nationwide, Some also have wives who support their lifestyle & also operate as prostates or drug mules & even recruit other caucasian women also, I find this story misleading & only an attempt to continue to mislead others who are naive to the truth about suburbia!!!!!!Flag this commentearlroyce said on May 21, 2010 at 9:21 AMYou ever notice when the bust the crooks in the nice neighborhoods, the scumbags are never from there? All nice neighborhoods should have gated entry to keep scum out.

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transparency1 said on May 23, 2010 at 10:12 AMI lived in an HOA that did everything to keep from reporting crime in the newsletter. We were serviced by the Sheriffs office and had to make requests at that time to get the crime reports or hope the newspaper picked them up. HOAs are no deterrent to crime, as a matter of fact they often told residents they do not handle such complaints and to call the SO who charged us additional fees to patrol our neighborhood (it used to be the constables that did that). How's that for service? We pay taxes for them to patrol and an additional service fee for security (pay twice). Anytime we asked for proof we were getting more patrols because of the extra fees we were told we were but they didn't have anyway to document it.Flag this commentbossdogg said on May 21, 2010 at 10:09 PMI must say that Conroe have always had its share of crime, I guess with a city with a population of over 53,000 your will have some type of criminal activity. From robberies, to homicides, to car jackings, to drugs you will find it in Conroe. From the Duggan Area to Medley Quarters I would say Conroe is a similar to the city of WacoFlag this commentnewswatcher1 said on May 21, 2010 at 8:46 PMhey..i live in the "burbs" in spring, and i have had my purse stolen from my car in broad daylight, and my neighbors home broken into with her alarm system going off and her in the house..oh yes..and i live about 2 mile or less from the precinct 4 constables office and courthouse! the harris county sheriffs office told me the best burgular alarm is a large barking dog...i also used to live in spring creek oaks where th man last week murdered his wife..that is suburban really white collar crime....Flag this commentrdjpvu21 said on May 21, 2010 at 6:08 PMThis is why more neighborhoods need homeowners associations...pay to keep the riff-raff out...PERIOD!Flag this comment

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hooey said on May 21, 2010 at 4:43 PMoh and "Soon"Flag this commenthooey said on May 21, 2010 at 4:42 PMI can't get anything by you this afternoon. (sad, but that was the best I could do late on a Friday.) Right now INeedABeer - didn't catch that one first time around either. Must be tired. TGIFFlag this commentlbrando said on May 21, 2010 at 4:23 PMTrash Service Technicians !!! Now that's funny. What happened to the Garbage man ?!?!Flag this commenthooey said on May 21, 2010 at 4:18 PMAwesome!!! Or you could put a dye pack in it. But with my luck they wouldn't try to steal it that time and I would be in trouble with the trash service technicians. LOLFlag this commentineedabeersoon said on May 21, 2010 at 3:13 PMThat's ok. I got a new one. Thing is, I'll take out my "new" trash can, but take my trash down to their house. Yes, my friends, it's fun! LOL.Flag this commentdubie said on May 21, 2010 at 2:54 PMget a big dog to warn you and a 45 to back him upFlag this commentlbrando said on May 21, 2010 at 2:22 PMI find it hard to believe that Baytown has gotten as bad as Houston but yet, Baytown has grown as big as Houston. I live between Houston and Baytown and truthfully there is no safe place. I woke up to a dead body in my neighbors yard a few weeks ago. Never found out who the poor guy was or how he died or was killed. It's bad everywhere. We just have to be prepared and protect ourselves.Flag this commenthooey said on May 21, 2010 at 2:16 PMineedabeersoon - People are nuts. Next time write your address on the outside of the can with bright reflective glow paint. Turds.Flag this commenttexjoy said on May 21, 2010 at 2:02 PMso where online can we find the whole list and where does Kingwood fit in?Flag this commentineedabeersoon said on May 21, 2010 at 1:50 PMI live in the "burbs" and I saw my neighbor stealing my trash can. So what do you call a Suburb Thug? Can I call po po to take care of them? The least they could have done was taken my gargabe with the can. Rude!Flag this comment2papi said on May 21, 2010 at 1:09 PMGot to go now! Honey home soon,Gotta clean house,or meet the broom! Ya'll have a nice day! : )

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jessijoe said on May 23, 2010 at 10:53 AM"To check crime for yourself, you can click on the city’s outstanding website." WHERE??Flag this commenttransparency1 said on May 22, 2010 at 4:06 PMThe real crime is our elected officials attempting to keep these crimes unreported and off the radar. I believe part 1 looked at some incidences.Flag this commenttransparency1 said on May 22, 2010 at 4:05 PMThere was a big bank robbery this morning at the BOA on TX99 in SL ETJ.Flag this commentlbrando said on May 22, 2010 at 10:49 AMThe mistake that these guys made was that they should have pulled the SUV up into the garage and closed the doors and when the SUV was full they could have driven it out and took off without anyone noticing or if they would have then it would have been to late. You also have to be more careful on rainy days because criminals do their best work then because people are not out wandering around so their are less people watching. Criminals are slick and I have learnt alot on how to keep yourself safe. You never know who is watching you.Flag this commentlbrando said on May 22, 2010 at 10:43 AMI disagree with you xxxxoooo, alot of these criminals ripping people off don't want a real job because they make more money ripping off houses. Why work a minimum wage job. I know someone who used to do it as a living years ago, he would steal a truck or SUV from one part of town, drive to another part of town and rip off 3 or 4 houses a day, he then took the vehicle and everything that he had stolen and took it to a chop shop where they bought the vehicle and everything in it for 3 or $4000. He 'worked' 3 or 4 days a week and would make $10,000 in one week. This was his job. He said that he would eat, sometime take showers and change clothes in the peoples houses. He would watch people and see what their habits were and then he knew that he was safe for the day.Flag this commentoxoxoxoxo said on May 22, 2010 at 10:13 AMThink jobs people need a job. Crime always goes way up when people can not find a job. JOBS___ Is the thing. Stop giving away handouts. Create JOBS. If you give anything to anyone they do not feel they earned it. If people work and earn what they need. They work harded and figure out how to make more to have more. Human nature!!!!!!!Flag this commentlifeguard said on May 22, 2010 at 7:57 AMIts like a cancer, no matter where you live in this country anymore crime is going to find its way into your life. I guess you could go live in a tree in the forest and get away from it, even then you never know who is going to come walking by and what intentions they have! Thats the price you pay when you live in a free and open society. Now throw in terrorism and we got us a real problem. Myself i carry a gun as much as i can and always have it within reach. I hope i never have to use it .Flag this commentconservativegal said on May 22, 2010 at 7:25 AMI worked in insurance and I was always astounded at how many claims there were where people's vehicles were broken into and their purses were stolen. For the life of me, I can't figure why women are so foolish to leave their purses in the car! And a lot of them don't even hide them, because they were "just running in" somewhere or figured it was safer than a locker at the gym. Common sense folks; criminals love easy targets and if you are foolish enough to leave your purse, laptop, iPod, etc, sitting out in your vehicle, don't be surprised when it is stolen.Flag this commentharley2 said on May 22, 2010 at 12:22 AMwhat a shame a person has to go to bed with a gun. thieves and drugs eating up the city and surburbs

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think what is extremely interesting is the level of deceit some elected officials and their minions are willing to go through in order to continue to keep information from the public. Selling homes seems to be the priority for the big builders and developers as is evident via the campaign finance reports of some MC council members like the mayor, ngyuen and now Mr. Wyatt:

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When you examine some of the developer related PACs you also see why the strings control our local boards, council and commissions via the edc-boyz.

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