Pct. 4 Deputies served 20 civil papers throughout East Montgomery County and arrested numerous suspects, clearing 48 JP4 warrants, and 8 county warrants including 1 blue warrant (parole revocation), 1 bond forfeiture, and 1 probation revocation.
No Driver’s License, No Insurance, No Way!
10 vehicles were towed in East Montgomery County because drivers had no license and no insurance and 2 vehicles were towed after drivers were arrested during traffic stops.
Brake lights can be important for more reasons than one…
A defective taillight indirectly led the arrest of 25-year-old Hollie Nicole Tate of New Caney. On May 16, around 5 a.m. Deputy Bergland stopped a Dodge pickup in the 20800 block of Loop 494. As he was speaking with the driver, Deputy Bergland noticed Tate, the passenger, hiding what turned out to be several syringes between the seats. After a search of the vehicle uncovered the contraband, Tate admitted she had methamphetamine concealed on her person, which she produced and was arrested and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance. The driver received a citation and was released.
Two of three stooges went to jail
Deputy Turrentine arrested a couple of unwanted visitors after responding to the 21400 block of Bentwood Oaks Dr. in Porter, where a vehicle was backed into a pipeline area behind some residences. A witness said he saw the vehicle’s three occupants leave it on foot and go into the neighborhood. While Deputy Turrentine investigated the vehicle, two males returned on foot and said they parked it there to go and look for help after they had mechanical problems. However, a GPS device found inside the unlocked vehicle, along with a radar detector, showed an address inside the subdivision. Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies responded to that address and found a burglarized vehicle whose owner said a GPS and radar detector were missing.
Deputy Turrentine arrested 20-year-old Jeremy Jamone Butler, of Lufkin and 23-year-old Jermaine Lakeith Colquitt, also of Lufkin, for burglary of a motor vehicle. The third suspect was identified but did not return to the vehicle and was not found.
Yes, it does affect your driving
On the evening of May 17, Deputy Chapa initiated a traffic stop after noticing a vehicle driving in the middle of Fostoria Road, and failing to stop at a designated point. He smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. The driver, Ashley Brooke Carroll, 22, of Huntsville admitted she had a bag of marijuana and said she might also have a pipe. A search of the vehicle revealed several pipes and rolling papers. Caroll was charged with possession of marijuana.
Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office
If you have any information regarding the persons listed below, please call the Pct. 4 Constable’s Office at 281-577-8985. (See attached photos)
• Samuel Brumlow, 7/21/1986, Conroe
• Antonio Contreras, 4/2/1946, Conroe
• Delores Erwin, 2/5/1982, Splendora
• Yanet Estrada, 9/18/1985, New Caney
• Bryan Garza, 5/31/1989, Porter
• Gary Horn, 2/25/1970, Shepherd
• Cloyce Pollard, 3/28/1983, Conroe
• Rayenne Shipers, 7/27/1988, New Caney
• Lon Thompson, 7/8/1983, Conroe
• Barnett Williams, 10/2/1970, Porter