From Pct. 4 Constable Hayden
Montgomery County Pct 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden reports the
following events for the date of 4/22/09 – 4/29/09:
Business as usual in the Pct. 4 area, the Constables served several civil citations, writs, and evections. Each Deputy is assigned several civil papers and is responsible for that specific civil paper to be served to the correct person listed in the civil citation. There is no such thing as being caught up in this business, just as soon as the last civil paper is served, more civil papers are sent to the Pct. 4 Constables office. That’s our job, that’s one of our main jobs as a Constable Department. After the civil is served then we are able to focus more on criminal interdiction.
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 five vehicles being towed in the East Montgomery County area after the driver’s were unable to produce auto insurance and a driver’s license.
Nine JP 4 warrants were cleared up after two people were arrested for outstanding JP 4 warrants; each person had several warrants each.
Judge James Metts (JP 4) held court for high school students from Splendora, New Caney, and Conroe ISD. These students elected not to attend school after they were ordered to attend by the Judge. Some found out the hard way that one should follow the Court directions that are given. Four males and four females (all over the age of 17) were arrested for contempt of court and transported to the Montgomery County Jail. Montgomery County Sheriff Tommy Gage sent a large Jail transport van out to transport all eight that were arrested.
Deputy Looza along with Deputy Smith checked on a suspicious vehicle parked at a cemetery late at night, further investigation led to the arrest of 51-year-old Brett Davis from New Caney. Brett was very intoxicated and wanted to drive a car from the scene, for his safety as well as others he was arrested for public intoxication. While Deputies were on scene, a second person staggered from the grave yard. Brett’s father walked up. He was identified as 73-year-old Robert Davis. He too was very intoxicated. Both father and son were arrested for public intoxication and transported to the East Montgomery County Jail in New Caney. They both stated that they drank about 35 beers between them both while hanging out in the grave yard.
Deputy Looza received a dispatch call of a burglary in progress of a vehicle at a hotel. Deputy Looza arrived and located the suspect who was identified as 24 year old David Herod from New Caney. David told the Deputy that he was not trying to steel the generator in the bed of a truck. Witnesses on scene stated otherwise. David was arrested for burglary of a motor vehicle and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.
This last weekend an event was held at the East Montgomery County Fair Grounds (Bull Sallas Park). The event was a Bar-B-Q Cook Off, sponsored by the New Caney / Splendora Go Texan Committee from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The event was a success and a lot of fun. Constable Hayden had two of his finest reserve Deputies at this event to provide security. The two Deputies are Deputy Bryan Hanks and his wife Deputy Tammy Hanks. Both live in East Montgomery County and are very active in their community. It’s a good thing they were on duty, since a thief made off with a Bar B Q cooker’s golf cart. The golf cart was reported stolen and soon after, Deputy Hanks and Hanks were on the investigation trail. Less than 10 minuets later, the stolen golf cart was located and returned to the owner. There were no other incidents after this one at the park. A job well done for a couple of fine Deputies volunteering their time at a community event. We would like to say Thanks to both Deputy Hanks.
Neighborhood Narcotics Patrol
Deputy Bergland noticed a blue truck driving in a Porter neighborhood without a license plate light. This same vehicle ran a stop sign, at this time; Deputy Bergland conducted a traffic stop. The vehicle did not stop right a way, instead the driver keep driving while throwing marijuana out the window. Soon the driver came to a stop and was arrested for possession of marijuana. The Deputy was able to recover the narcotics off the street. The driver was identified as 31-year-old Jeremy Gorney from Porter. He was transported to the East Montgomery County Jail.
Top 10 East Montgomery County (Pct. 4 JP) warrant list
Warrants, Name, Age, City
9 ANTRIM, GARY, 48, NEW CANEY
9 BELL, MIRANDA N, 25, CLEVELAND
9 BOUNDS, BRIAN K, 25, NEW CANEY
10 CHAVEZ, GEORGE C, 29, PORTER
12 GONZALES, ADA S, 27, CONROE
9 HOOPER, RAYMOND L, JR, 43, SPLENDORA
13 JORDAN, JAMES B, 25, NEW CANEY
10 KING, DWAYNE L, 19, CONROE
11 MEDINA, JOSHUA C, 21, NEW CANEY
12 NEFF, JAMES O, 35, KINGWOOD
Any information on any of these wanted persons, please call Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office at 281-577-8985.