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Pct. 4 Crime Report

From the office of Constable Kenneth Rowdy Hayden

Compiled by Chief Deputy Barry Welch
Captain Moody served six writs and sixteen evections.

The Pct. 4 Deputies served 39 civil papers throughout East Montgomery County, leaving 32 pending civil papers to be served. Sometimes its difficult to locate the person that is to be served, vacant houses, lack of information, and no forward mailing address makes for an investigative day, but with a little patience, prestige pays off.

It has been said in Pct. 4; No drivers license, No auto insurance, No way. That was the case this past week when the Pct. 4 Deputy Constables hit the streets in search of unlicensed and uninsured drivers.

Several citations were issues for traffic violations in the Porter and New Caney area, resulting in seven vehicles being towed.

One person was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and one man from the Bennett Estates area was cited for illegal dumping.

Several Pct. 4 Deputies attended the Porter Fire Department chili dinner this past Saturday and provided free child fingerprinting. Parents were able to obtain a finger print card with their child’s fingerprints, in the case of an emergency such as a lost child case.

Deputy Smith and Morrow located and arrested one of East Montgomery County’s most wanted felons this past week. Law Enforcement Officials have been looking for the wanted felon (Brandon Winkelman of New Caney) since December 29, 2008. A short foot chase ended with the felony arrest. Marijuana was located in Winkelman’s pants pocket. He was taken to the Montgomery County Jail.

Both K-9 Deputies Sharp and Bergland were out in search of criminal activity this past week, resulting in one case for evading arrest, and several call outs for K-9 assistances after being requested by several police agencies in the Roman Forest and Splendora area.

Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office made several arrest in reference to Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 warrants. From these arrests, 72 warrants were cleared up. About 12 warrants were cleared from out side agencies making J P 4 warrant arrest during the same time period.

Working alongside local Law Enforcement Agencies to better serve the citizens of East Montgomery County will be a standard relationship for the Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s Office.

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