Multiple arrests made in Tamina double homicide

Conroe, August 7 – After an exhausting two weeks of outstanding detective work, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has taken four individuals into custody for their role in the murders of Jaquise Williams and Akeem Russell, both of Tamina, on July 20, 2017. Detectives are still hunting for additional “persons of interest” and a late […]

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office seeks public’s help finding homicide suspect

Conroe and Willis, August 7 – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a suspect related to a homicide case currently under investigation. Just after 2:00 am, on August 6, 2017, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to 11400 block of Underwood Street Willis, Texas, in reference to a stabbing. […]

Arrest warrant issued in connection with East Montgomery County Murder

Cleveland, Texas, August 4 – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating Guillermo Fernandez, aka Jose Alvarez-Fernandez. Mr. Fernandez is wanted by Detectives with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, for the murder that occurred at 23600 block of Goode Road, Cleveland, Texas on August 3, 2017. Mr. Fernandez is considered […]

Sheriff’s Office investigating suspicious roadway incident

Magnolia, August 4 – On August 2, 2017, at approximately 10:47 pm, Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to 36554 FM 149, Magnolia, Texas in reference to a welfare check.   Upon arrival, Deputies met with an off-duty Waller County Constable who came across an abandoned car that he thought might have been stolen. […]

Doyal and other criminal defendants in Texas Open Meetings Act case obtain extension to file their appellate brief; scheduling likely to create messy situation for Montgomery County Republican Primary voters

Image: Left to right, local political boss Marc Davenport and Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, criminal defendants in the Texas Open Meetings Act case, better known as “The Trial of the 21st Century,” due to its potentially significant impact on the makeup of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Commissioners Court members are subject to removal […]

Metts’ JP court strikes out as worst run court in Montgomery County, loss leader

Metts’ JP court strikes out as worst run court in Montgomery County, loss leader

Image: Data compilation of Montgomery County Justice Courts, Fiscal Year 2016 (October 1, 2015, through September 30, 2016). Sources: Texas Office of Court Administration, Montgomery County government. New Caney and Conroe, July 30 – Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace James Metts strikes out as the worst run Justice Court in Montgomery County and a […]

Citizen report leads to MCSO recovery of stolen trailer and drilling equipment

Conroe, July 27 – The Sheriff’s Office recovered a stolen trailer and water well drilling equipment thanks to a citizen report. On July 26, 2017, Detectives with the Montgomery County Auto Theft Task Force received information on the location of a possible stolen trailer and water well drilling equipment valued at $20,000. Detectives were alerted […]

OCA’s Jensen, courts make budget presentation, show earnest desire for fiscal economy

Conroe, July 26 – Montgomery County Director of the Office of Court Administration Nathan Jensen presented his Department’s proposed budget along with the proposed budgets of the seven District Court and five County Courts at Law to the Commissioners Court Budget Workshop on July 26, 2017. Jensen’s brief presentation, with 9th District Judge Phil Grant […]

Sheriff’s Deputies arrest child pornography suspect

Spring, July 26 – On May 26, 2017, Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the Dollar Tree located at 501 Sawdust Rd, Spring, Texas.  Upon the Deputies arrival they met with the victim who stated that a male in the store was using his cellular phone to video up her skirt […]