From the Pct. 4 Constable’s Office of Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden
Compiled by Chief Deputy Barry Welch
* The Pct. 4 Deputies served 68 civil papers throughout East Montgomery County, leaving 54 pending civil papers to be served. Two writs were served and 12 evections.
*Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office made 43 arrest in reference to J P 4 warrants (Class”C”).
* The Deputies with the Pct. 4 Constable Office also arrested four people for outstanding Montgomery County misdemeanor warrants and four felony warrant arrest. All were transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
* Judge Metts (JP 4) ordered three young women from the Splendora area (all over the age of 17) to be placed into the Montgomery County Jail for “contempt court” after they were instructed to attend Splendora High School. These young ladies chose not to attend school and for that reason they spent the night in the County Jail. Deputies with the Pct 4 Constables office transported them to the Conroe Jail.
* On Feb. 6 at 3 pm Constable Hayden made a traffic stop in a neighborhood in Splendora that resulted in a narcotic arrest. The driver, 29-year-old Rodger Jansen from Huffman was arrested for possession of a controlled substance after meth was found in his vehicle. His vehicle was checked after it was determined that it would be towed since the driver had no driver’s license and no auto insurance. The meth was in the front floorboard in plane view. Jansen was transported to the Montgomery County Jail for the felony charge.
No DL, No Insurance, No Way
Eight vehicles 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. Several other traffic stops in the New Caney and Porter area resulted with 7 people being cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and two people being cited for alcohol related violations.