NEW CANEY- Pct. 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden’s annual fundraiser at the American Legion Hall in New Caney last week was standing room only at some points, indicating Hayden retains the support of the overwhelming majority of constituents who elected him in the fall.
The event was attended by many county officials including District Attorney Brett Ligon, Sheriff Tommy Gage, Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace James Metts, Pct. 4 Commissioner Ed Reinhart, Pct. 2 Constable Gene Deforest, Pct. 5 Constable David Hill, Roman Forest Mayor Floyd Jackson, and Porter Fire Chief Jody Binnion.
Guests enjoyed a fajita dinner and auction. On each table was a page updating the activities of the Constable’s Office. The information included the addition of two new deputies, Boudreaux and Looza. Boudreaux is assigned to the warrant division and Looza will assist with civil matters and neighborhood patrol.
The page also stated that Deputy Ricky Ford has performed compliance checks on sex offenders since January and will continue to track and monitor them.
Patrols have been increased in neighborhoods and an effort is underway by the Constable’s office to educate home owners associations and other entities about how to make neighborhoods safe.
Hayden’s office is updating their technology by upgrading software, replacing old programs and adding more efficient computer equipment.
Note: weekly updates from the Pct. 4 Constable’s Office are posted on this site.