At 6pm while on a narcotics investigation Deputy Chapa made a traffic stop on a white Ford F-250 pickup truck at Loop 494 and FM 1485. As he talked with the occupants Chapa’s K-9 partner “Porter” indicated the presence of narcotics. Porter did locate 2.5 grams of methamphetamines in an air conditioning duct.
The driver, Chase Roberts, age 19 was taken into custody and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. His bond was set at $3,000. His passenger, Shane Millican, age 29 was arrested on four outstanding warrants from Precinct 4.
SHANE MILLICAN CHASE ROBERTS
Needing to continue on their investigation Chief Welch and Sgt. Clendennen responded to the scene and transported the prisoners to the Precinct 4 Office. The F-250 was seized.
As Deputy Chapa and his partner Chris Turentine approached FM 1485 at US 59 they were flagged down at the Shell Station in reference to an intoxicated male in a white 1988 Mustang. Chief Welch also responded and arrested the driver, Daniel Langston, age 27 of New Caney for public intoxication. His female companion, Mirtala Garcia, ag 19 of Porter was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance and placed on a $750 bond.
MARTALA GARCIA DANNY LANGSTON
Just a short time later they had information that a wanted felon from Louisiana was in the Splendora area. Lt. Seals along with deputies Looza, Boudreaux and Sgt. Warwick responded to Sweet Clove Lane. There they arrested Vernard Andrew Latham, age 52 on a fugitive Cyber Stalking charge.
Deputy Morrow who was enroute to assist them was diverted to Firetower Road where he had to seize a loose horse.
Shortly later the Deputies ran a felony warrant on Red Bud in New Caney. There they arrested Ashley Applegate, age 23, on a bond revocation and her mother Tammie Applegate, 41 on a Blue Warrant issued by the Texas Board of Pardons and Parole and on a Montgomery County Bond Forfeiture charge. In addition Cecelia Glenn, age 26 of Houston who was also at the residence was arrested on a Capias Warrant out of Montgomery County.
ASHLEY APPLEGATE TAMMIE APPLEGATE
Evidently word got out that the MIB were hard at work. Just before 9pm Troy Tindall, age 28 called and wanted to turn himself in on an open warrant for Unauthorized Absence From a Community Correction Facility. Deputy Turentine responded and took him into custody.
With the Precinct 4 office full to capacity with prisoners in just a three hour time frame Chief Welch contacted the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and requested a jail van with both a male and female deputy.
Shortly after midnight all the prisoners were loaded up and transported to the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe.