On January 25, 2014 the Montgomery County Precinct 3 Constables Office ran an undercover operation to crackdown on establishments selling alcoholic beverages to minors. This was the latest in a series of such operations that Constable Ryan Gable has instituted since taking office in 2012. During the operation 3 area businesses were found to be in violation, at the following locations store clerks sold alcohol to minors.

Exxon at 515 FM 1488

MVP Liquor at 6606 FM 1488

Exxon at 806 Honea Egypt

Both the Exxon on FM 1488 and MVP Liquor are repeat offenders that Gables Office had caught recently.



Evans, Kenneth Joseph

KENNETH EVANS, 63, of 16345 Lone Star Ranch Road in Conroe was arrested  and charged for a second time for selling alcohol to a minor. His bond was set at $5000. His last arrest on July 6, 2013 cost him a fine of $800, court costs of $237. He was also given one year probation which if he completed his record would be cleared. He was also ordered to do twenty hours of community service and take a TABC Alcohol class.



Bryan Patrick Bass, 19, of 541 FM 1488 #1312 in Conroe was also charged with sale to minors. His bond was set at $750.




Blake Andrew Nicholas, 27, of 6819 Woodland Oak in Magnolia was also charged with sale to minors.


“We are not going to let up on stores who readily make alcohol available to our youth. We have been met with an incredible level of support from citizens of my precinct in regards to these efforts,” said Precinct 3 Constable Ryan Gable.

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  1. LocalDrifter

    Let’s see what we have here… Three male clerks. I’m thinking they used a buxom babe as bait buyer for the beer. Guys do stupid stuff like that even for the remote hint of getting a wink from a woman. Had they sent in some heifer or male ballet dancer they’d still be on the key side of the cell.

    (A truly clever clerk would have said, “Nope, won’t sell you that six pack…. but I will let you steal it.” But then again these guys aren’t thinking of alternative ways of splitting the atom during their break, either.

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