“MIB” STILL CLEANING EMC

In the past week Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constables Office reported that 28 civil papers were served, 2 writs served. They were also able to clear several warrants both for Judge Metts and for the county with 39 arrests for JP 4 warrants. Two were arrested for active felony warrants and 2 arrested for misdemeanor warrants.
Eleven vehicles were towed for insurance or drivers license and 18 citations were issued. Two stolen vehicles were recovered and six other vehicles were towed after the drivers were arrested following a traffic stop.
On March 10 at 9:55 p.m. Deputy Chapa was dispatched to the Country West Subdivision near Grangerland in reference to a narcotics investigation.
After meeting with Steven and Brandi Brewer and discovering they were in possession of marijuana they were placed in custody. Further investigation also found a stolen Honda motorcycle and a stolen ATV.
On March 13 at 2:00 am Deputy Bergland conducted a traffic stop on a gray truck in the FM 1485 and Fm 3083 area for a traffic violation. The driver was identified as 28 year old Bryan Mcculloch from Willis Tx. Further investigation lead to Byran’s arrest after he was found to be in possession of methamphetamines. Bryan was transported to the Montgomery County Jail. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
On March 14 at 3:00 am Corporal Looza and his partner Reserve Deputy Sapp conducted a traffic stop on a red truck on FM 1314 in the Porter area for a traffic violation. The driver of this vehicle was identified as 24 year old Alvin Byrd from Splendora. Alvin appeared to be intoxicated. Deputy Sapp conducted several field sobriety test on the driver only to find that he was not able to pass the test. The driver was arrested for DWI and possession of marijuana. The passenger of this truck was identified as 21 year old Justin Sims from Splendora. Justin also appeared to be intoxicated. Both men were arrested and transported to the East Montgomery County Jail. Justin was charged with public intoxication.
On March 15th at 1:30 am Deputy Ford was dispatched to the Porter Jack N The Box parking lot to check on a person who appeared to be very intoxicated. Deputy Ford arrived and met with 29 year old Kimberly Poller from Porter who had a strong odor of alcohol coming from her body. Kimberly told Deputy Ford that he should be out trying to catch real criminals, since she was only waiting for Jack N The Box to bring her some deer sausage, mashed potatoes, and green beans. Kimberly was holding herself up by hanging on to her car while speaking with Deputy Ford. Kimberly was arrested for public intoxication and transported to the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe, where she will get some home cooking, just not the home cooking she wanted from Jack In The Box.

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