Constable Hayden leads high visibility criminal interdiction

Splendora and New Caney, August 18 – On August 16, 2017, Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy: Hayden conducted a “High Visibility Criminal Interdiction” operation that focused on the I-69 Corridor between FM 1314 and Fostoria Road in East Montgomery County. The Constable’s Office conducted the operation between the hours of 8 p.m. and 3 […]

Suspects flee after shots fired at Lowes parking lot

Conroe, August 15 – At approximately 10:28 am, Conroe Police Officers responded to a report of a possible stolen vehicle located in the Lowes parking lot (1920 Westview Blvd). Officers arrived and two suspects in the occupied stolen vehicle attempted to flee in the vehicle. The suspect intentionally rammed four parked citizen vehicles, one that […]

Sheriff’s Office arrests three burglars

Conroe, August 15 – During the early morning hours of Saturday, August 12, 2017, Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the Timber Green Subdivision of Magnolia. An alert citizen reported seeing a Silver Infiniti driving through the neighborhood with occupants repeatedly getting in and out […]

BREAKING NEWS! Tough-on-crime District Judge Michalk announces re-election bid

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, August 14 – Tough-on-crime District Judge Lisa Michalk, of the 221st District Court, announced today that she will be run for re-election in 2018. She was first elected in 2010 and re-elected in 2014. “Justice Delayed is Justice Denied” says Judge Michalk, “This describes my philosophy. I believe everyone is due a fair […]

Bays to run for 284th District Court, emphasizes strong civil background, fiscal focus for District Judges

Conroe, August 12 – Kristin Bays has announced her candidacy for Judge of the 284th District Court. “I’m excited to be a part of this process, and to be the candidate who will give the people of this County a voice.” Bay explained, “The people spoke – they want specialized courts with specialized judges. The […]

Texas Secretary of State Makes Criminal Referral to Attorney General Concerning Montgomery County MUD Rent-A-Voter Scheme

Conroe and Austin, August 10 – Keith Ingram, the Director of Elections of the Texas Secretary of State, has made a criminal referral “in connection with the creation of Montgomery County Municipal District Number 148, Montgomery County Municipal District Number 130, and Montgomery County Municipal District Number 131” for which the complaints have alleged “that […]

District Court races are critical to the financial future of Montgomery County

Conroe, August 8 – Voters tend not to view judicial elections as important as the executive and legislative roles which the Montgomery County Judge and County Commissioners. Nevertheless, the Texas Constitution and Texas laws have placed District Judges as important overseers of County finances. For that reason, citizens who have a stake in County spending […]

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