Montgomery County Pct 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden reports the following events for the dates of July 13 – July 20, 2010:

Compiled by Chief Deputy Barry Welch

Montgomery County Constable Pct. 4 Deputies served 52 civil papers including 22 evictions and 6 writs throughout East Montgomery County. Numerous suspects were arrested, clearing 33 JP4 warrants, 1 Montgomery County warrant and 1 City of Cleveland warrant.

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

12 vehicles were towed in East Montgomery County because 6 drivers had no license and/or no insurance, 5 drivers were arrested, 1 driver was arrested and had no license or insurance and 1 vehicle was towed because the driver was a minor in possession of alcohol.

Neighborhood Patrol

Pig Boy’s friend squeals on him

Just before 7 p.m. on July 19, Constable Hayden was patrolling the Splendora area when he saw a truck with its hood raised parked on Tram Road. He stopped, and was talking with the driver and passenger when the Constable noticed a clear plastic bag containing marijuana on the road, on the driver’s side.

The pickup’s driver, 20-year-old Preston Allen Edwards of Splendora admitted the marijuana belonged to him. Edwards was taken into custody, charged with possession of marijuana. The passenger, 18-year-old Hector “Pig Boy” Rangel of Splendora, had outstanding warrants. Rangel was also taken into custody. In subsequent interviews, it was revealed that Rangel agreed to sell Edwards marijuana in exchange for a ride home. “Pig Boy” is charged with delivery of marijuana (state jail felony).

Pursuit goes Aquatic

On July 17, a little before 11 p.m., Deputy J. Bergland was patrolling Gene Campbell Blvd near New Caney, when he saw a gray Chevy pickup traveling fail to signal before turning onto a dirt trail. Deputy Bergland shined his spotlight on the driver’s side window as the truck continued on the trail and saw the driver was holding a beer can. Deputy Bergland activated his lights and siren but the truck did not stop, and accelerated to a high rate of speed. The pursuit ended when both vehicles went into a large pool of water and became disabled. Deputy Bergland continued his mission, wading in water to arrest the driver. Dustin Lee Sawyer, 37, of Montgomery is charged with evading arrest in a motor vehicle.DSC00110DSC00126 DSC00118DSC00109DSC00115

Tom Petty and the Beer Drinkers

Around 2:30 a.m. on July 18, Deputy A. Boudreaux was assisting Cpl. A. Looza and Constable Hayden on a traffic stop at a convenience store/gas station in the 2300 block of Fm 1314 when he saw an eastbound vehicle, traveling at 80 miles per hour, sideswipe another vehicle.

Deputy Boudreaux stopped the vehicle and found four males inside, smelling like beer. Three of them were minors who said the driver, 22-year-old Christopher Allen “Tom Petty” O’Quinn bought the alcohol and shared it with them, which he admitted. O’Quinn is charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor.

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)


· Juan Aguirre, 3/29/1953, Cleveland


· Elva Andres, 6/11/1987, Huffman


· Jason Beasley, 9/5/1984, Splendora


· Connie Gulley, 7/19/1966, New Caney


· James Votaw, 7/31/1981, Cleveland


· Chesidy Willams, 4/25/1990, Willis

· John Blunt, 8/8/1992, Huntsville

Donna Lewis, 2/7/1979, Conroe

· Jason McNeese, 8/17/1979, Houston

· Jonathan Sparks, 7/16/1983, Crosby

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