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⚠️ Crime Report | 📆 June 19, 2022 | 🌎 Allen Pkwy. Housing

At approximately 10:18 p.m., Deputy Alvarado responded to a call in regards to a person damaging a wall of a residence. During their investigation, deputies discovered that the unit next to the victims unit was supposed to be vacant. Deputy Saldana knocked on the residence and could hear somebody inside but they refused to open the door. Deputies gained entry to the unit and discovered a male suspect hiding inside. The suspect was detained and found to have an open warrant for Criminal Trespassing. Inside the unit, deputies discovered several holes in the walls and other physical damage to the residence. 

The District Attorney’s Office accepted a charge of Burglary of a Building against the suspect and he was transported to Harris County JPC for booking and processing.

Great work Deputy Alvarado and Deputy Saldana!
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Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

⚠️ Crime Report | 📆 June 19, 2022 | 🌎 Allen Pkwy. HousingAt approximately 10:18 p.m., Deputy Alvarado responded to a call in regards to a person damaging a wall of a residence. During their investigation, deputies discovered that the unit next to the victim's unit was supposed to be vacant. Deputy Saldana knocked on the residence and could hear somebody inside but they refused to open the door. Deputies gained entry to the unit and discovered a male suspect hiding inside. The suspect was detained and found to have an open warrant for Criminal Trespassing. Inside the unit, deputies discovered several holes in the walls and other physical damage to the residence. The District Attorney’s Office accepted a charge of Burglary of a Building against the suspect and he was transported to Harris County JPC for booking and processing.Great work Deputy Alvarado and Deputy Saldana!Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!If You See Something, Say Something, 👀You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞 ... See MoreSee Less

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Yesterday we held our General Staff Meeting where I made some exciting announcements for our department, including some promotions, a new law enforcement initiative, and a brand new Precinct 6 patch!In May 2022, Commissioner Adrian Garcia proposed a law enforcement initiative called the VIPER Squad where nine agencies would work together to clear warrants in every precinct. Commissioner’s Court approved this multi-law enforcement task force, allowing each Constable’s Office and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office to create positions for deputies to serve on the VIPER Squad. I was honored to be chosen as Co-Commander of this task force and our Commissioner Adrian Garcia has given Precinct 6 four new positions, including a Captain, Lieutenant, Sergeant, and Deputy. Thank you Commissioner Adrian Garcia for your support and confidence in law enforcement and Precinct 6.Please join me in congratulating the following on their promotions:Captain MartinezLieutenant SotoLieutenant FernandezSergeant HicksSergeant ClarkPlease join me in congratulating the members of our new VIPER Squad:Captain MartinezLieutenant SotoSergeant GomezDeputy RodriguezIn addition to our promotions, we introduced the brand new Precinct 6 patch! It has been a goal of mine since I took office in 2017 to create a new patch and with the help of my Precinct 6 Staff, that is now a reality! Our beautiful patch now adds “In God We Trust”, the founding year of Precinct 6, the pillars of our department (Justice, Honor, & Equality), the state of Texas, and a heart over Houston to represent our Home and the love we have for our community. I would also like to thank the High School for Law and Justice and Assistant Principal James Estrella for allowing us to host our General Staff Meeting in their beautiful building! ... See MoreSee Less

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So proud of Lt. Soto!!! ❤️❤️

Many Blessings to everyone 🙏

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So proud of all of yall!!

Congrats to you all

Congratulations 👏 🎊

Yayyyy congrats!!!!

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Precinct 6 was honored to be a host for the End of Watch Ride to Remember here at 5900 Canal St.The End of Watch Ride to Remember is a rolling memorial that begins in Spokane, Washington and travels throughout the United States, honoring each of the fallen officers from the previous year. It’s simply amazing what this non-profit, which operates through donations and volunteers, can accomplish to honor all of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.Together, we honored our recently fallen, Sergeant Tomas Infante, sharing many stories, happy memories, and prayers. We also honored Richard Sepolio, Sr. of the Harris County District Attorney’s Office at our location.Thank you to the Infante family and Sepolio family for joining us in remembering your loved ones.Thank you End of Watch Ride to Remember for this beautiful tribute to our fallen. The countless hours volunteered and hard work that goes into organizing a nationwide tribute does not go unnoticed. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

I was honored to walk alongside my Precinct 6 Staff in Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Annual Acres Homes Juneteenth Parade this past weekend. We had a great time handing out snacks and fans to attendees along the parade route. Thank you to all of the members of our community that attended the event and to all of the organizers that made the event possible!As a reminder, our office will be closed today in observance of the Juneteenth federal holiday. Our deputies will be patrolling the streets as usual and if you need assistance, you can reach our 24-hour dispatch at 713-274-3400. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Happy Father’s Day to all of our dads!This week we were especially fortunate to see many of our senior groups in person to wish them a Happy Father’s Day. We hand delivered delicious donuts as a small token of our appreciation for all that our dads do for us.Thank you to all of the hardworking and loving fathers in our community, today and every day we appreciate you! 💙 ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago
Today is Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day! This day commemorates the emancipation of the last remaining enslaved African Americans in the confederacy on June 19, 1865. 

Juneteenth is considered “America’s Second Independence Day” and in 1979, Texas became the first state to make it an official holiday.

Today, we celebrate the announcement that changed history and we continue to support the fight for equality for all!

Today is Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day! This day commemorates the emancipation of the last remaining enslaved African Americans in the confederacy on June 19, 1865. Juneteenth is considered “America’s Second Independence Day” and in 1979, Texas became the first state to make it an official holiday.Today, we celebrate the announcement that changed history and we continue to support the fight for equality for all! ... See MoreSee Less

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Slavery is an embarrassing stain on our history and a historical recognition of freedom is the least that can be done. Where would this country be without the contribution of our enslaved citizens who suffered mightily for a collective few

A divisive day that shouldn't be abolished

I was honored to be invited as the guest speaker at the Women's Network Alliance Inaugural Luncheon! The Women's Network Alliance is a new program within The Greater Northside Chamber of Commerce and the purpose of the group is to connect, grow and support female entrepreneurs within the Greater Northside Community.It was incredible to be surrounded by so many inspiring and talented women making a difference every day in their communities. My staff and I spoke at length about women's safety and provided tips to the attendees so they can remain safe throughout their daily activities.Thank you again for inviting my Precinct 6 Staff and me! It was an absolute pleasure and we look forward to a continued partnership with the Women's Network Alliance!"Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!" ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago
Yesterday, Dixie Little Leagues President, Jesse Martinez, and Vice President, Arturo Salas, stopped by the office to honor yours truly, Constable Silvia Trevino, and our fantastic Precinct 6 Deputies for our sponsorship of Dixie Little League.

Thank you for this honor, for the outstanding work you do in the community and for providing a place for our children to become great ballplayers! ⚾Image attachmentImage attachment

Yesterday, Dixie Little League's President, Jesse Martinez, and Vice President, Arturo Salas, stopped by the office to honor yours truly, Constable Silvia Trevino, and our fantastic Precinct 6 Deputies for our sponsorship of Dixie Little League.Thank you for this honor, for the outstanding work you do in the community and for providing a place for our children to become great ballplayers! ⚾ ... See MoreSee Less

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🎊 Congratulations ❤️❤️

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⚠️ Crime Report | 📆 June 8, 2022 | 🌎 Gulfgate

At approximately 3:46 p.m., Deputy Pedersen responded to a call for service near the 2400 block of Wayside Dr.
Deputy Pedersen spoke with the complainant who stated she owns a car wash that was broken into and burglarized. Deputies reviewed the footage of the suspects and the complainant helped deputies locate the suspects at the corner of S. Wayside Dr. and I-45. 

The suspects, a male and a female, were both detained and identified. The District Attorney’s Office accepted charges on both suspects for Burglary of a Coin Operated Machine. The male suspect was found to have three open warrants: Evading Arrest/Detention With a Motor Vehicle, Assault of a Peace Officer/Judge, and Evading Arrest/Detention With Previous Convictions.

Both suspects were transported and booked into Harris County JPC.

Nice work Deputy Pedersen!
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Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

⚠️ Crime Report | 📆 June 8, 2022 | 🌎 GulfgateAt approximately 3:46 p.m., Deputy Pedersen responded to a call for service near the 2400 block of Wayside Dr.Deputy Pedersen spoke with the complainant who stated she owns a car wash that was broken into and burglarized. Deputies reviewed the footage of the suspects and the complainant helped deputies locate the suspects at the corner of S. Wayside Dr. and I-45. The suspects, a male and a female, were both detained and identified. The District Attorney’s Office accepted charges on both suspects for Burglary of a Coin Operated Machine. The male suspect was found to have three open warrants: Evading Arrest/Detention With a Motor Vehicle, Assault of a Peace Officer/Judge, and Evading Arrest/Detention With Previous Convictions.Both suspects were transported and booked into Harris County JPC.Nice work Deputy Pedersen!Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!If You See Something, Say Something, 👀You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞 ... See MoreSee Less

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Great job glad officers were safe , outstanding job apprehending the suspects.

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