Montgomery County Pct 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden reports the
following events for the date of 5/28/09 – 6/02/09:
Compiled by Chief Deputy Barry Welch
No DL, No Insurance, No Way
While patrolling the streets of East Montgomery County and serving civil citations, several traffic stops were conducted that resulted in three vehicles towed in the East Montgomery County area after the drivers were unable to produce proof of auto insurance and a driver’s license. Five traffic citations were issued. Two other citations were issued during these traffic stops for possession of drug paraphernalia.
23 “class C” JP 4 warrants were cleared after 2 people were arrested by Pct. 4 Deputies for outstanding JP 4 warrants; each person had several warrants. One of these arrested was 22-year-old Kevin Carrico from New Caney. He had 18 warrants totaling $5,795 in fines. Two misdemeanor arrest warrants were served in the New Caney area. Three felony warrants were served also. One of these felony warrants was for sexual assault of a child. 43 year old Kevin Bates of New Caney was located at his home on Spring Branch Point. Kevin was arrested and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
On May 19 Deputy Rivera was sworn in as a Peace Officer with the Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constables office. Deputy Rivera will be assigned to the Motorist Assist Program (also known as the MAP unit). This position is sponsored by Commissioner Rinehart. Deputy Rivera will be patrolling the highways and main roadways looking for stranded motorist. His vehicle will be equipped with several tools, gas cans, and a heavy duty floor jack. Deputy Rivera will also be on the look out for reckless drivers and DWI drivers. The MAP unit will also be equipped with a high tec. Camera that is always on the look out for stolen vehicles or AMBER alert vehicles.
On May 30 Deputy Clendennen was added to the force. He brings over 8 years of Law Enforcement experience with him, most of which is in the supervisor patrol field. Clendennen will be assigned as the main Investigator for the Pct. 4 Constable’s Office. We would like to say welcome aboard to our two newest employees.
Neighborhood Narcotics Patrol
* On May 30, at 4:20 am Deputy Burgland observed a small car violated several Texas traffic laws. The vehicle was stopped near FM 1485 in New Caney. It was later found that all occupants inside the vehicle were involved in a burglary of a vehicle at the New Caney Oaks Apartments. A stolen vehicle radio was located inside the vehicle. A small amount of narcotics was also found on the traffic stop scene. All four people inside the vehicle were arrested. Two were juveniles and the other two were adults. The adults were identified as 18-year-old Frankie Perez from New Caney, and 21-year-old Kikki Hendrix from Porter. Both adults were placed into the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe. The two juveniles were placed into the Montgomery county Juvenile Detention Center. The stolen radio was released to the rightful owner.
* On June 1, at about 12:45 am Deputy Bergland observed a green truck stalled in the middle of the road in a busy intersection. The vehicle was able to start and move off of the road way. The Deputy checked the welfare of the driver and noticed a strong odor of burnt marijuana coming from the driver. The driver was questioned about the smell and advised the Deputy that he had been smoking marijuana and there was some marijuana in the floor board of the vehicle. The driver was arrested for possession of marijuana and transported to the Montgomery County Jail. The driver was identified as 19-year-old Joel Salinan from Conroe.