Tuesday night was quite busy for “THE MEN IN BLACK”. Besides the Splendora drug bust they were involved in two others.
One was located at 20880 Old 105 at South Duck Creek. While running a Blue Warrant on Dennis Alton Pope, age 54 deputies observed Meth in his home. Pope has been known to cook Meth since 1978 and further search produced pre-cursors to manufacturing meth. Deputies requested a DPS MIG team to make the scene to dispose of the chemicals.
Pope then started complaining of chest pains and was transported to a local hospital where he remains under guard. When he is released he will be charged with Possession of Chemicals With Intent to Manufacturer and Possession of Controlled Substance Less than 1 gram.
Leaving this location deputies went to 18100 Highway 105 East to execute a felony warrant on Justin Miller, When they arrived and knocked the tenant of the home advised Deputy Bergland that the person was not at the location. He did allow deputies to come in and check to verify this.
Upon entering a white female identified as Heather Deanne Delanney, age 29 of Old Texaco Road in Conroe exited the bedroom. As deputies checked to make sure Miller was not in there they found a bag of crystal substance, a digital scale, and three residue covered smoking pipes. When confronting Delanney on this a search of her purse turned up an empty syrine which she admitted to just using for the purpose of injecting methamphetamine. Upon testing the crystal substance it tested positive as methamphetamine with a weight of approximately .70 grams.
Delanney was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on a Possession of a Controlled Substance Charge and given a $1500 bond..