Montgomery County Pct 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden reports the following events for the dates of
June 30 – July 7:July 8, 2009
Compiled by Chief Deputy Barry Welch
Pct 4 deputies served 58 civil papers throughout East Montgomery County, leaving 66 civil papers pending to be served. 1 writ was served and 11 evictions. Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s office made several arrest, from these arrest 38 JP 4 warrants were cleared. The deputies also arrested 3 people for outstanding Montgomery County misdemeanor warrants and 7 people on felony warrants.
No DL, No Insurance, No Way!
12 vehicles were towed in East Montgomery County for no DL and no insurance and numerous citations were issued to the drivers for traffic violations.
* On July 2, MCSO dispatch aired an attempt to locate on a black Dodge Dakota. Deputy Rivera spotted the truck swerving in the left lane of Hwy 59 and activated his emergency equipment to conduct a traffic stop. The driver turned his head and looked out the rear window for a period of fifteen seconds, during this time he almost hit a vehicle to his right. The driver continued to swerve on the main lanes of Hwy 59 exiting at Northpark Drive.
Deputy Rivera made contact with the driver, when the driver exited the vehicle he could not stand on his own. Due to his intoxication the only information the driver could give was his name, which was Shawn Hunt and his date of birth. During an inventory of the truck, Deputy Rivera noticed a round white pill on the driver’s side floor mat, along with a green bag. He also found a white sock with a paper towel that had 13 round white pills inside. The suspect said the pills belonged to him. Mr. Hunt was arrested for Driving while intoxicated and possession of a dangerous drug.
* On July 3 Deputy Looza observed a white four door passenger car come out of the Players bar parking lot and cut across the parking lot of a gas station avoiding a traffic control device. Deputy Looza turned on his emergency equipment to initiate a traffic stop. Contact was made with the driver, identified as Ferrin Landry. The defendant had red blood shot eyes and a strong smell of an alcoholic beverage on his breath and his person. Splendora Police Officer Jason Williamson was contacted to operate the Intoxilizer 5000 at the East Montgomery County Office. Landry blew a .153 and a .154 almost twice the legal limit.
Top Ten Warrants
10 CATO, ALMAN SHANE
10 CHAVEZ, GEORGE CHRISTOPHER
11 CHRISTIAN, JAMES DWIGHT
11 DELOME, WILLIAM R., JR.
10 HEBERT, JEREMY MICHAEL
10 PARIS, JOHN CHARLES
10 PHILLIPS, JIMMIE LYNN
11 SHEATS, ROBERT LYNN
11 SHAFER, PATRICIA
14 SHERRILL, BRYAN LEE