From the Office of Pct. 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden
Compiled by Chief Deputy Barry Welch
* Pct. 4 Deputies served 96 civil papers throughout East Montgomery County, leaving 57 pending civil papers to be served. One writ was served and 17 evections. Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office made over 20 arrest this past week. Several arrest in reference to J P 4 warrants (Class”C”) cleared up 43 warrants. The Deputies with the Pct. 4 Constable Office also arrested five people for outstanding Montgomery County misdemeanor warrants and one felony warrant arrest. All were transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
Judge Metts (J P 4) ordered three students from local schools (all over the age of 17)to be placed into the Montgomery County Jail for “contempt court” after they were instructed to attend school. These students chose not to attend school and for that reason they spent a few nights in the County Jail (about 72 hrs.). One of these arrested (white female) tried to pull a fast one on the Judge, by submitting a fake doctor’s note in reference to an absence from school. The mother of the child brought the note before the Judge. The mother was charged with tampering with physical evidence. All were taken to the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe.
* A major break in several burglary cases in the Old 105 and south Duck Creek Rd. area unfolded on March 23 when Constable Hayden observed three juveniles that were not in school walking down Old 105 near Daw Collins. All tree juvenile males were detained. A 14 year old that resides on South Duck Creek Rd. was found to have a stolen loaded revolver in his front pocket along with a set of brass knuckles. The other two juveniles (both age 16) were detained after it was confirmed that they were both reported runaways from Harris County and Montgomery County. All three claimed to reside on South Duck Creek Rd. All were taken back to the South Duck Creek Rd. address and the mother of the 14 year old produced some jewelry from inside the home that was not hers or her sons. All three juveniles were arrested and placed into the Montgomery County Juvenile Detention Center in Conroe. One area resident waved down Pct. 4 Deputies while in the area and advised that they were missing guns and jewelry from a recent burglary of their home. The citizens came to the Pct. 4 Constable’s Office in New Caney and recovered some 11 pieces of jewelry along with one old revolver (the one found on the 14 yr old.) An adult male was also arrested while Deputies were on scene, David Brock had an active felony warrant from a burglary of a neighbors home during hurricane Ike. David Brock is the father figure for the 14 year old.
Several hours later a search warrant was signed by a Judge and the Pct. 4 Constable’s headed back to the address on South Duck Creek rd. This time several guns were recovered along with numerous pieces of jewelry and video games. The mother of the juvenile (14 yr/old) was still on scene during the search warrant. After checking her by several different names that she used , it was found that she had an active felony warrant for her arrest for a house burglary during the hurricane. She was identified as 41 year old Katherine Freeland. A second adult male was also arrested in the Porter area in reference to this same case. At this time The Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office are working with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Detective Division, while making contact with the rightful owners of the recovered stolen property.
* On March 26 Pct. 4 Constable Sergeant R. Warwick conducted a traffic stop, which lead to a narcotics investigation, all three people inside the vehicle were detained. During the investigation the driver of the vehicle fled on foot. A long man hunt was terminated after several hours. The investigation picked up again after a tip lead Sergeant Warwick to the location of the arrest , where Michael Dunn (34 year old from Porter) was arrested for Escape from custody. He was also charged with Possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana. His bonds were set and totaled all together $11,250.00
A female who was inside the vehicle was also arrested for active arrest warrants and fail to identify while being a fugitive from justice. Both were taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
* On March 29 at 10 p.m., Investigator Mark Seals along with Deputy Drew Sharp were returning from the Conroe Jail when they noticed an active alarm at a business. After checking into the alarm, it was found that Carson Mckinnon from Conroe had set off a motion detector while dumping household trash at a business. Carson was located and escorted back to the scene of the illegal dumping, where he cleaned up the trash and was issued a citation for illegal dumping.
No DL, No Insurance, No Way
Fivevehicles were towed in the New Caney and Porter area for no DL and no insurance, and numerous citations were issued to the drivers for traffic violations.