PRECINCT 4 WEEK ENDING JULY 5, 2010

Montgomery County Constable Pct. 4 Deputies served 43 civil papers including 23 evictions, and 1 writ throughout East Montgomery County. Numerous suspects were arrested, clearing 43 JP4 warrants, 4 Montgomery County warrants, 1 Liberty County warrant and 1 blue warrant (parole violation).

Deputy Josh Bergland arrested the person with the highest number of warrants for the week, around 2 a.m. on July 4. Gerald Dean Pearson, 43, of New Caney had 17 outstanding JP 4 warrants.

Deputy R. Ford arrested parole violator Jessie Lin Teague, 27, of Willis.

No Driver’s License, No Insurance, No Way!

17 vehicles were towed in East Montgomery County because 7 drivers had no license and/or no insurance, 8 drivers were arrested during traffic stops, and 3 vehicles were towed for other reasons.

Neighborhood Patrol

Preventing tragedy

Pct. 4 arrested two men over the holiday weekend who now have a total of 8 Driving While Intoxicated charges between them.

• Around 3:30 a.m. on July 4, Cpl. A. Looza and Deputy S. Maldonado arrested Joe David Schlinger, 49, of Porter for his fifth Driving While Intoxicated charge. Schlinger was southbound on the Hwy 59 feeder road when deputies stopped him. Schlinger refused to perform the standard field sobriety test and was subsequently arrested and taken to an area hospital for a mandatory blood draw before he was taken to the Montgomery County Jail, charged with DWI-3rd or more, which is a third-degree felony.

• On July 3, around 1:30 p.m., Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden saw a Chevy pickup stop in the middle of Keith Road, then continue on, swerving from side to side. Constable Hayden stopped the vehicle and saw the driver, 39-year-old Genaro Olvera, Jr. of New Caney, appeared to be highly intoxicated and an open alcoholic beverage was in the vehicle’s center console. Olvera refused to take a any test related to alcohol consumption. Constable Hayden arrested Olvera and learned he had two prior DWI convictions. A blood sample was taken at the Montgomery County Jail and Olvera was charged with DWI-3rd or more.

One for the road

On the evening of July 3, Deputy J. Chapa responded to the intersection of Loop 494 and FM 1485 after callers reported an adult male lying in the middle of the road. The suspect, 25-year-old Jason Gibson of Conroe said he had several beers inside a nearby bar before getting into an altercation and walking out. Witnesses said he lay down on the busy roadway, hoping to be run over. When the effort failed, they said he got up and began walking back toward the bar, which is when Deputy Chapa arrived. Gibson, who appeared upset and irate, was taken into custody, charged with public intoxication.

The family that plays together

A narcotics search warrant resulted in the arrest of a pair of brothers in Porter on the evening of July 2. Cpl. A Looza and several other deputies executed the warrant at the mobile home located at 19171 Oak Hill Lane where they recovered several jars containing marijuana, along with several marijuana plants and paraphernalia. The total weight of the marijuana was over 12 pounds. Derrick Matthew Baxter, 18 and 24-year-old Brett L. Baxter were charged with state jail felony possession of marijuana.

Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office
FEATURED FUGITIVES
If you have any information regarding the persons listed below, please call the Pct. 4 Constable’s Office at 281-577-8985. (See attached photos)

• William Armstrong, 5/5/1983, New Caney

• Elizabeth Berbel, 10/1/1970, Porter

• Andrew Burke, 4/1/1980, Conroe

• Dawn Davis, 9/10/1965, New Caney

• Brian Grubbs,2/21/1989, Porter

• Edgar Nava, 10/31/1986, Conroe

• Tony Parker, 1/7/1977, New Caney

• Douglas Quinn, 7/23/1966, Porter

• Joel Salinas, 1/14/1990, Conroe

• Michael Yancy, 11/5/1985, Porter

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