Montgomery County Constable Pct. 4 Deputies served 88 civil papers, 18 evictions and 6 writs throughout East Montgomery County. Numerous suspects were arrested, clearing 32 JP4 warrants, 3 Montgomery County warrants,1 Harris County warrant,1 Liberty County warrant and 1 motion to revoke probation warrant.
No Driver’s License, No Insurance, No Way!
10 vehicles were towed in East Montgomery County because 7 drivers had no license and/or no insurance, 2 drivers were arrested, and 1 for other reasons.
Pct. 4 drug arrests during the reporting period yielded over 62 grams of cocaine, 13.5 ounces of marijuana, more than 3 grams of Hydrocodone and .01 grams of Xanax.
He was no Sleeping Beauty
Around 7 a.m. on Aug. 12, Deputy D. Smith was patrolling FM 2090 in the Splendora area when he noticed 43-year-old William Joseph “Billy” Nobles walking on the side of FM 2090. Nobles had outstanding warrants and had successfully avoided apprehension by multiple law enforcement agencies for the previous two days. Deputy Smith stopped and instructed the suspect to get on the ground, but Nobles instead placed a razor knife at his throat and threatened to cut himself, then ran away. Multiple Pct. 4 units checked the area, but were unable to locate Nobles. At approximately 3 p.m., Deputy Smith received a tip that Nobles might be inside a residence in the 28000 block of May Rd. Deputy Smith spoke with the owner and learned Nobles did not have permission to be inside the residence. The owner gave deputies consent to search the residence and they found Nobles sound asleep in the bedroom.
Nobles is charged with Burglary of a Habitation; Evading Arrest or Detention; Expired Driver’s License; No Liability Insurance; Expired Motor Vehicle Registration; and Failure to Appear. Nobles was booked on warrants for Felony Bond Forfeiture; And 1 misdemeanor Bond was set at a total of $16,000.
Following an investigation into illegal drug activity, Deputy J. Chapa and several others executed a search warrant at a home in the 26300 block of Inca Lane in Porter around midnight on August 17. Christal Bernell Harvey, 33, was home with her two elementary school age children. Between the mattress and the box springs in the master bedroom, deputies found a small clear plastic bag containing 0.5 grams of a powder rock-like substance that field tested positive for cocaine. Harvey claimed she had no knowledge of the substance or who it got there. Harvey is charged with felony possession of cocaine. The children were left in the care of a family member and Child Protective Services was notified.
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)
·Daniel Brashear, 12/21/1982, Cleveland
·Brandi Castro, 1/18/1981, Houston
·Timothy Daniel, 3/11/1987, Shepherd
·Kristina Duke, 2/17/1988, New Caney
·James Hall, 6/6/1968, New Caney
·Frank Hamner,12/25/1961, New Caney
·Darlene Tullos, 8/11/1966, New Caney
·William Wood, 10/2/1982, Splendora
·Jordan Wells, 10/31/1991, New Caney
Arthur Jackson, 10/5/1958, Porter