Sex offender & the Mrs. true-billed for home business

A Montgomery County Grand Jury indicted a registered sex offender and his wife on multiple charges last week, related a drug raid at their residence and his non-compliance with requirements related to the Texas Sex Offender Registry.

James Darrel Jones, 36, and 34-year-old Melissa Sue Jones were true-billed on the charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver (first-degree felony) and possession / transport chemical with intent to manufacture a controlled substance (first-degree felony).

James Jones was also true-billed on the charge of failure to register as a sex offender, with a previous conviction which makes it a third-degree felony.

The Pct. 4 Constable’s Office, a.k.a. “Men in Black” arrested the couple on the night of Nov. 3 at the home they shared with their two children located at16365 First St. in Splendora. At the time of their arrest, Jones also had active warrant for theft of property.

As of this writing, both remain in the Montgomery County Jail.

Pct. 4 (a.k.a. Men in Black) received information from the Splendora Police Department that the Jones residence contained an active methamphetamine lab. Pct. 4 obtained a search warrant for the one-bedroom travel trailer, located in an RV park near the East Montgomery County Community Center between Splendora and Patton Village.

They were assisted in obtaining a search warrant by a Methamphetamine Initiative Group, or MIG (Texas Department of Public Safety, US Drug Enforcement Administration and Houston Police Department Narcotics Division).

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