The Pct. 4 Constable’s Office, a.k.a. “Men in Black” assisted Houston Police Department narcotics officers with a “controlled drug buy” Friday night, resulting in the arrest of an East Montgomery County resident and a Harris County resident.
RW Isaac Ackley, Jr., 31, of 25837 Almarie Dr. in New Caney and Jennifer Rebecca Ouelette, 38, of 7803 Vallecito Lane in Humble were charged with first-degree felony delivery of a controlled substance (methamphetamine)- greater than 200 grams, less than 400 grams; second-degree felony delivery of a controlled substance (ecstasy)– greater than 1 gram, less than 4 grams. Ouelette was additionally charged with first-degree felony possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).
Both were booked into the Montgomery County Jail and remained there early Sunday.
Ackley’s bond was set at a total of $100,000 and Ouellette’s was set at a total of $125,000.
Police records show Ouelltte’s priors include theft and abandon / endanger child with intent to return.
Ackley has a criminal history that includes aggravated robbery and credit card abuse.
Constable Rowdy Hayden said Ouellette’s third charge, for possession, resulted from a discovery made after she was in custody and taken to the Pct. 4 offices for processing.
“(Ouellette) seemed very nervous and was constantly asking to go to the restroom,” he said. “It was later determined she had approximately 8 grams of cocaine hidden inside her pants.”
Hayden’s administration has established a good working relationship with HPD and the agencies are now helping one another on an almost weekly basis.
Pct. 4 officers involved in the Friday night assistance were Lt. Mark Seals, Cpl. Art Looza, Deputy Eli Rivera and Deputy Josh Bergland.