September 27, 2022 5:46 am

Posted: 20.1.2010 1:43

Pct. 4 Crime Report

Montgomery County Pct 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden reports the Following events for the date of 01/12/09 – 01/19/10

Compiled by Chief Deputy Barry Welch

Montgomery County Constable Pct. 4 Deputies served 8 civil papers throughout East Montgomery County. There were 10 evections served.   Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable’s office made numerous arrests, clearing 15 JP 4 warrants. The Deputies also arrested 2 persons for outstanding Montgomery County misdemeanor warrants. Two people were arrested for felony warrants  

No Driver’s License, No Insurance, No Way

Seven vehicles were towed in East Montgomery County for no DL and no insurance and 11 citations were issued to the drivers for traffic violations. Four other vehicles were towed after the drivers were arrested during a traffic stop. Two stolen vehicles were recovered during neighborhood patrols.

Neighborhood Narcotics Patrol

On Jan. 15 at 5 p.m. Deputy Rivera was patrolling the East Montgomery County area in the Motorist Assist Program vehicle, when he spotted a truck stalled out in a moving lane of traffic in the New Caney area. Deputy Rivera made contact with a man near the vehicle, who was identified as 36-year-old Michael Lape from Patton Village. Lape was acting strange, and further investigation revealed the he was in possession of marijuana. Lape was arrested for the narcotics and his vehicle was towed. He was transported to the East Montgomery County Jail. His bond was set at $500.00

Public Intoxication

On Jan. 15 at 1 a.m. Deputy Rivera noticed a white male and a white female who both appeared to be intoxicated walking through a business parking lot in the Porter area. The male was identified as 44-year-old Steve Monroe from Porter and the female was identified as 44-year-old Leonardo Olvera from Houston. Both were unable to find a sober person to take them home. Steve was arrested for public intoxication and transported to the East Montgomery County Jail. The female was arrested and transported to the Conroe Jail.

On the same night at 1:15 am Deputy Cannon and Corporal Looza noticed a white female and a white male who appeared to be intoxicated in the Players Bar parking lot. They were both loud and cursing to the public. Both were placed under arrest for their safety as well as others. The female resisted arrest. The male was identified as 45-year-old John McDonald from Cleveland, and the female was identified as 40-year-old Shelly Murphy. Both were transported to the Montgomery County Jail. Murphy was arrested by a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable for DWI on January 1 of this year. Murphy was also charged with resisting arrest.


On Jan. 14 at 3 p.m. Deputy Boudreaux was dispatched to check the area of FM 1314 in Porter for a DWI driver. The vehicle was located and a traffic stop followed. The driver was identified as 30-year-old Jena Current from Humble. The driver appeared to be intoxicated. The driver advised the Deputy that she was in need of emergency medical attention, so an ambulance was called to the scene. The female was transported to the emergency room, where it was noted that she only wanted to go to the ER to keep from going to jail. Blood was taken from her at the ER since this was her 3 rd DWI. She was transported to the Montgomery County Jail and charged with felony DWI.

Warrant Round-Up “Coming to a neighborhood near you”

A warrant roundup was focused in the Splendora area last week. Eighty-one warrants were attempted, and 13 people were taken into custody to the mobile command unit that was stationed at Hwy 59 and 1st at the community building.

Nobody was taken to jail, because all who were brought in paid their fines and were released from the scene.

On Thursday Jan. 20, the warrant round-up will be in the Porter area, to pay a visit to 205 people in the area with outstanding warrants for their arrest.

The Pct. 4 Constable’s Office has over 26,000 warrants.