Monday, June 5, 2023


On Wednesday, May 24, 2023, at approximately 1:45 pm, a traffic stop was initiated by a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable from Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden’s Office near the intersection of Firetower Rd and Petty Walker Rd in Conroe, TX. The driver of the pickup failed to comply with the stop and led authorities on a pursuit. The pursuit reached speeds exceeding 100 MPH on SH 242. Subsequently, as the pickup attempted to turn onto Big Rivers Rd, it veered off the road and got stuck in a ditch. The driver then fled on foot into the nearby woods.
As additional Deputies converged on the scene, the passenger of the pickup, identified as Robert Nobles, a 54-year-old resident of Splendora, TX, was successfully apprehended. Nobles were taken into custody for multiple felony warrants, including Resisting Arrest, Evading Arrest and Detention with a Vehicle, and Possession of a Controlled Substance. The search went most of the afternoon with Precinct 4 K-9, Shenandoah K-9, and Precinct 3 K-9 assisting through the thick mosquito-infested woods. At several points, residents spotted the male on their ring cameras. Initially, he broke into a backyard on Juniper Pass where he left his shirt behind. Later he was spotted numerous times on Northcrest Circle and Rodeo Drive. Even ringing doorbells asking to use a phone. He wasn’t successful.
Following an extensive search operation involving ground units, K9 teams, drones, and an aircraft from the Texas Department of Public Safety Air Unit, Jesus Gonzalez, a 24-year-old resident of New Caney, was apprehended. Gonzalez was placed in custody for the felony charges of Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Felony Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle, as well as Misdemeanor Evading Arrest on Foot. The vehicle was stolen from a First Responder in Spring on May 7th. Since the theft the seats were changed out with torn seats, the door handles were disassembled, the radio removed and the rear window removed from the 2001 Chevrolet. The owner was notified and came to the scene to retrieve his vehicle which was loaded with two generators, a chop saw, several impact wrenches, and other tools. However, the owner’s toolbox was missing.
Constable Hayden commends the unwavering determination and commitment displayed by his Deputies throughout the pursuit and apprehension of the suspect. He extends his sincere gratitude to the assisting law enforcement agencies, including Pct. 5 Constable’s Office, Splendora Police Department, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Pct. 3 Constable’s Office, Roman Forest Police Department, Shenandoah Police Department, Patton Village Police Department, Pct. 6 Constable’s Office from Liberty County, and Texas DPS for their valuable support in the search for the suspect.

Robert Nobles
Jesus Gonzalez
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  1. I used to watch C.O.P.S. and so often after leading cops on a foot chase and when caught the criminal suddenly complains of chest pains forcing EMTs to be called leading to more expense as the criminal is taken to the ER. I see in the pictures EMTs were called for this parasite at taxpayers’ expense and he was probably taken to the ER too. And people wonder why our property taxes are going up.

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