EMC “Crack Daddy” slapped with multi-count indictment
CONROE – A tattoo on his left shoulder reads, “Only God can judge me,” but that may need to be amended, since he will now stand trial in Montgomery County on multiple charges related his arrest earlier this year.
On Thursday, a Montgomery County Grand Jury indicted 23-year-old Samuel Burkes Williams, IV on one count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and three counts of endangering a child.
On Sept. 3, the Pct. 4 Constable’s Office served a search warrant at Williams’ home at the New Cane Oaks II Apartments on FM 1485, where they confiscated 10.8 grams of a rocklike substance that tested positive as crack cocaine, according to Pct. 4 Lt. Mark Seals.
Investigating officers said Williams had crack cocaine unsecured in the home and readily available to his three small children.
Other items confiscated included what appeared to be a full plastic 2 liter Coca Cola bottle. It was actually a container with a large compartment in the middle, undetectable from the outside.
Officers also removed a Sentry safe with a keypad lock, a plate with a powdery residue and a razor blade, $130 in cash, an unlabeled pill bottle containing several Hydrocodone tablets, a laptop computer, cigarette and cigar rolling papers and two chainsaws. At the time, Lt. Seals said investigators believe the chainsaws were taken as payment for narcotics.
Williams has prior convictions for interference with an emergency call and manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance.
The children were left in the custody of their mother, but Child Protective Services was notified.