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MONTGOMERY COUNTY PRECINCT 4 WEEKENDING JUNE 29, 2010

Montgomery County Constable Pct. 4 Deputies served 86 civil papers and 8 writs throughout East Montgomery County. Numerous suspects were arrested, clearing 26 JP4 warrants, 1 Harris County warrant.

No Driver’s License, No Insurance, No Way!

20 vehicles were towed in East Montgomery County because 9 drivers had no license and/or no insurance, 9 drivers were arrested during traffic stops, and 2 were towed for other reasons.

Disaster Preparation

The Constable’s Office has been coordinating with Pct. 4 Commissioner Ed Rinehart and the Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management in anticipation of potential problems from Hurricane Alex. In the event that a hurricane makes landfall in this area the Constable’s Office is prepared to work 12 hour shifts to provide protection to the citizens of East Montgomery County and their property and to assist MCOEM in whatever capacity needed.

Celebrate Safely and Legally!

Alcohol related crimes are expected to increase as people celebrate the July 4 holiday this weekend. Pct. 4 deputies will be out in force, working with District Attorney Brett Ligon’s Office and concentrating on alcohol related offenses including driving while intoxicated, public intoxication, open containers, minors in possession of alcohol, and providing alcohol to minors.
According to the Texas Department of Transportation, in 2008 (the latest data available), there were 16.163 alcohol-related crashes on Texas Roadways and 561 of those involved one or more death.
Constable Hayden urges those over 21 who plan to consume alcohol this weekend to be responsible by choosing a designated driver in advance, and avoiding a free ride to jail.

Neighborhood Patrol

The ride began in a stolen truck and ended in a patrol car

Deputy D. Smith was on patrol Monday afternoon when he spotted a stolen Ford F-250 pickup southbound on Hwy 59. The truck took the FM 1314 exit onto the feeder road, and then turned right into the Valley Ranch subdivision where the driver significantly increased his speed. As Deputy Smith activated his emergency lights and siren, he saw someone toss something from the passenger side of the truck. The deputy successfully stopped the pickup in the parking area of a neighborhood park and found 27-year-old James Benjamin Tidwell of Porter was the driver and 31-year-old Yolanda Kay Clark/Stuckey of Splendora was his passenger. Additional Pct. 4 Deputies including D. Morrow and Sgt. B. Clendennen responded to assist Smith. Deputy Morrow located the item tossed from the truck, which was a vinyl zippered container with three unused syringes and a set of scales inside. Tidwell is charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and Clark/Stuckey is charged with tampering with evidence.

Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office
MOST WANTED

Kenneth Odell Martin, 42, formerly of Splendora has violated the terms of his parole and a “blue warrant” has been issued for his arrest and return to prison. The charge for which he was last imprisoned was felony theft, but Martin has a lengthy criminal history including narcotics charges, theft of a fire truck, robbery, fail to identify fugitive from justice, driving while intoxicated, and driving while license suspended. Martin is connected with the Aryan Creed prison gang. He is 5 feet 8 inches tall, with black hair and brown eyes and weighs approximately 156 pounds.

*If you have any information regarding the fugitive listed above, please call the Pct. 4 Constable’s Office at 281-577-8985. (see attached photo)

Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office
FEATURED FUGITIVES

• Michael Bennett, 10/1/1970, Porter

• Christopher Blake, 2/8/1985, Kingwood

• Bryon Cooke, 5/1/1985, Splendora

• Gayle Crigler, 4/6/1978, Humble

• Leonard George, 2/22/1983, Crosby

• Adam Hamner, 6/28/1964, New Caney

• Michael Jernigan, 2/26/1983, Porter

• Christopher Malek, 4/27/1982, Houston

• Trinity Tate, 2/16/1982, Kingwood

• Jennifer Wilkerson, 7/30/1977, Magnolia

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