Just before 5:00 p.m. Friday Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constables went to 16719 White Oak Drive just off FM1485 near Grangerland. They had reports of a wanted fugitive at that location. This is the same home that Chief Deputy Barry Welch was forced to shoot and kill a pitbull late last year after the wanted actor at that time turned it loose on him.
As deputies approached the front door they were met by Jimmy Lyn Rosenbaum, age 30, who resides at the residence. As he walked out the door he locked it and would not allow deputies to enter. After 20 minutes of negotiations he allowed the to enter through a front window but did advise them that two pitt bulls were in there. He denied anyone else was in the home.
Deputies entered through the window and were met by Joseph Gene Freeland, age 30. He stated the only other pesrson in the home was Clary Bradley age 17, who was the person originally being sought for a bond revocation.
All three were taken into custody along with some stolen merchandise. In addition Montgomery County Animal Control seized two full size pitbulls.
Arrested was Jimmy Lyn Rosenbaum for Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana, and Hindering Apprehension. Joseph Gene Freeland, three counts of Possession of a Firearm by a Felon, Theft of a Firearm which was a pistol stolen in Montgomery County, Possession of a controlled Substance, two counts of unlawfully carrying a weapon which stemmed from two daggers and theft of a street sign. Also arrested was Bradley Clary for a Bond Revocation.

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  1. rebelbabe1978

    This house and its occupants have become a nuisance to this quiet neighborhood. When we lived there Jimmy Rosenbaum was a threat to those who wanted to check their mail. He would speed through the neighborhood not giving a care as to who or what might be walking along the side of the road. Put them in prison and take away the house. Enough is enough we should not be afraid to let our children visit their grandparents because of him and all the trash he has coming through that house. I feel sorry for all the nice people who have to live around him.

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