Compiled by Chief Deputy Barry Welch
Montgomery County Constable Pct. 4 Deputies served 39 civil papers with 11 evictions throughout East Montgomery County. Numerous suspects were arrested, clearing 12 JP4 warrants, 8 Montgomery County warrants, 4 City of Humble warrants, 1 Harris County warrant, and 1 Blue Warrant (parole violation).
No Driver’s License, No Insurance, No Way!
6 vehicles were towed in East Montgomery County last week because drivers had no license and/or no insurance, 6 were towed because the drivers were arrested 1 was towed because it was a traffic hazard.
Another terrific argument for wearing a seatbelt
Around 8 p.m. on October 10, Deputy C. Turrentine responded to a call regarding an auto-pedestrian accident. The caller stated a man fell out of his truck and the truck then ran over the driver’s legs. Upon arrival he found Ronnie Glenn Kerr, 58, of Humble sitting on the ground. Kerr stated he did in fact fall out of his truck while driving, but the truck did not run over him. He refused EMS and admitted he was drunk, refusing to perform parts of the standard field sobriety test and failing others. Kerr is charged with Driving While Intoxicated 3rd; Driving While License Invalid; and Public Intoxication.
More than she bargained for
On October 8, around 7:30 p.m., Cpl. A. Looza responded to a theft call at the Walmart Super Center on Hwy 59 in Porter where security officers had detained Melissa Ann Odom, 29, of Cleveland for shoplifting. Odom had 3 outstanding JP 4 warrants and had pills identified as Somas in her purse. Odom is charged with Theft more than $50; Possession of Dangerous Drugs; and 4 JP warrants.
You can run, but you can’t hide
Just after midnight on October 7, a vehicle passed Deputy J. Bergland traveling at 80 miles per hour in a 65 mile per hour zone on Hwy 59 near Splendora. The deputy tried to initiate a traffic stop, and at first the driver tapped the brakes, then accelerated, driving erratically and endangering other motorists. The vehicle continued to accelerate before finally slowing to a stop on the shoulder of the road. The driver admitted he was drinking and exhibited numerous signs of intoxication.
· Chad Andrus Norman, 40, of Livingston is charged with Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle and Driving While Intoxicated.
On October 9, just after 1 a.m., Deputy J. Bergland made a routine traffic stop on FM 2090 and asked the driver for his license, then the man shifted from park to drive and fled. Deputy Bergland initiated a pursuit, which finally ended with his arrest. Aaron Michael Lord, 20, of Grangerland is charged with Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle.
Deputy A. Boudreaux was patrolling Crockett Martin Rd. around 7:15 p.m. on October 9, when he saw a pickup traveling twice the posted speed limit. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver stopped, then accelerated, spinning the truck’s tires as he sped away. Boudreaux pursued the pickup until it stopped on a grassy area. Both men inside the pickup were intoxicated. The driver, John David Musachia, 30, of Grangerland is charged with Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle and Driving While Intoxicated. The passenger, Scott Thomas Beileman, 37, of Grangerland is charged with Public Intoxication.
No way to prepare for court
On October 10, just before 10 p.m., Deputy J. Chapa made a routine traffic stop and found a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. After receiving consent to search the vehicle, Deputy Chapa found a small clear plastic bag containing marijuana. Larry Clint Wilson, 57, of Little Rock, Arkansas is charged with possession of marijuana.