August 13, 2022 7:25 am

Posted: 14.7.2009 22:52

Pct. 4 Crime Report

Montgomery County Pct 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden reports the following events for the date of July 7 through July14:

Compiled by Chief Deputy Barry Welch

July 15, 2009

* Pct. 4 deputies served 51 civil papers throughout East Montgomery County, leaving 96 civil papers pending to be served. 1 writ was served by Captain Harvey Moody leaving 6 pending writs. There were no evictions.

* Pct. 4 Constable’s office made several arrests. From those, 40 JP 4 warrants were cleared. The Deputies also arrested 3 people for outstanding Montgomery County misdemeanor warrants and 1 person on felony warrants.

No Driver’s License, No Insurance, No Way
25 vehicles were towed in East Montgomery County for no DL and no insurance and 48 citations were issued to the drivers for traffic violations.

Vehicle Pursuit
On July 11, 2009 at about 11:30 pm Deputy Art Looza tried to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling south on Old Houston Rd. from the FM 3083 intersection area. The vehicle in question, a small gray car, was traveling at a high rate of speed without headlights. The vehicle was a small gray car. Deputy Looza gave chase and the driver failed to pull over, the car went into a neighborhood and turned into the driveway of a house located at 16981 Springfield Dr. The driver fled from the vehicle on foot and went inside the home. There were several people standing outside in the front yard. Deputy Looza along with other Pct. 4 Constable units identified the owner of the vehicle as 25-year-old Jennifer Hill of Baytown. She told Deputy Looza that Kyle Butler was driving her car. Deputy Looza found conflicting evidence and identified the driver as 28-year-old William Warren from Conroe. Deputy Looza was given consent to enter the home by a resident, where Warren was located hiding inside. Warren was arrested for Felony Evading Arrest in a motor vehicle. Thirty-year-old Harry Arman from the same address was arrested for possession of marijuana during this investigation. Jennifer Hill then told Deputy Looza that she was not telling the truth about who was driving her car. She then advised Deputy Looza that William Warren was, in fact, driving her car. Jennifer was arrested for false report to a Police Officer. All three were transported to the Montgomery County Jail. Jennifer’s small gray car was towed.

Too High to Drive
On July 8, around 11 p.m. Deputy Josh Bergland noticed a stranded motorist on the Highway 59 feeder road near Community Dr. in New Caney. Deputy Bergland stopped to see if he could help. As Deputy Bergland made contact with a white female trying to pure gas into the vehicle using a small gas can. Deputy Bergland noticed that this person was extremely intoxicated on alcohol or high on narcotics. She was barley able to stand, had slurred speech, and smelled of alcohol. Deputy Bergland identified this female as 23-year-old Kimberly Meyer from Conroe. Kimberly had a suspended driver’s license. At this time Kimberly was going to be charged with public intoxication for her safety as well as others. The vehicle was towed from the roadway. During the tow inspection Deputy Bergland located 5.5 grams of carisoprodol (dangerous drug). Kimberly was then charged with possession of a dangerous drug and transported to the Montgomery Country Jail.

You Can Run But You Can’t Hide
During the afternoon of July 13, 2009 Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office received a call from 911 in reference to a theft in progress. A home owner came home and found two men leaving his home with his lawn mower in the back of their truck. The home owner gave chase while talking to the 911 operator on his cell phone.

The crooks made three large mistakes:
Mistake # 1: Taking property from guy with a cell phone in East Montgomery County. The Citizens of East Montgomery County are tired of drug dealers and thieves robbing them blind.
Mistake # 2: The crooks tried to loose the home owner by turning off of the highway and onto a side street. This side street is where the East Montgomery County Law Enforcement Center is located. This is the headquarters of the Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office, a sub station of the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), and a substation of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. Next door is the Office of Judge James Metts (JP 4).
Mistake # 3: Trying to hide in some tall grass from a K9 tracking dog with a big since of smell.

A responding Deputy with the Sheriff’s office located the suspect’s vehicle near the Law Enforcement Center and gave chase. Both crooks fled from the vehicle on foot and ran into a wooded area. Eight Constable units responded and seven Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies responded. A small command center was established. A perimeter was set up using the responding Sheriff Deputies and the Constable Deputies. The Pct. 4 Constable’s Office then called in one of their K9 Deputies. Within minuets the K9 Deputy arrived and unleashed a tracking dog (Zorro). Soon Zorro had a sent and lead Investigator Buck Clendennen, K9 Deputy Drew Sharp (Constable Office) and a Sheriff’s Deputy to the crooks who were trying to hide in the tall weeds in a wooded area. Judge James Metts, Constable Rowdy Hayden and Sergeant Warwick had been searching the wooded area in a 4×4 vehicle. Both crooks were placed into handcuffs and escorted out of the wooded area. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested both men for evading arrest. The men were identified as Zack Williams and Leland Williams both brothers and both from Huffman. Leland was wanted in Mississippi for Escape from custody and Zack was a wanted person in Texas for a Blue Warrant (parole warrant). The vehicle was towed (pending an auto theft case), the stolen property was given back to the owner. Both men were transported to the Montgomery County Jail. Case closed. It is great to see all Law Enforcement agencies in East Montgomery County work together to do what needs to be done to get the real criminals off the streets and back in jail where they belong.