Montgomery County Sheriff’s Budget Proposal for 2017 Shows Hard Work, Good Planning, Effort to Get Boots on the Ground

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Budget Proposal for 2017 Shows Hard Work, Good Planning, Effort to Get Boots on the Ground

Image: Left to right, Sheriff Rand Henderson, Cheree Walker Page, Victoria d’Angelo Tompkins, and Conroe ISD President and County Treasurer Candidate Melanie Pryor Bush, June 23, 2017, at a meeting of the Montgomery County Republican Women. Conroe, July 20 – Sheriff Rand Henderson’s proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2018 shows hard work, good planning, and […]

Sheriff Henderson supports Adrian Heath parole decision, wrote letter to Board of Pardons and Paroles

Conroe, July 18 – Sheriff Rand Henderson was one of the many Montgomery County citizens, who also included State Representative and County Judge candidate Mark Keough, who wrote a letter to the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles to support the parole of Adrian Heath. In making a plea for parole for Mr. Adrian Heath, […]

Commissioner Charlie Riley sticks his foot in his mouth (again), makes clear he doesn’t understand “The Golden Hammer”

Commissioner Charlie Riley sticks his foot in his mouth (again), makes clear he doesn’t understand “The Golden Hammer”

Conroe, July 14 – Open mouth. Insert foot. So it went for Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley who expressed his ignorance of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and of Montgomery County Courthouse security procedures. Riley, a regular recipient of “The Golden Hammer Award” which recognizes County officials who “hammer the […]

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Arrests 36 Fugitives, Partners with Local Agencies

Conroe, July 7 – In a concerted effort to reduce the number of open warrants for offenders in the community, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team in conjunction with the U.S. Marshal’s Service, Patton Village PD, Montgomery County Constable Pct. 4, and Woodbranch PD conducted a warrant round-up in East Montgomery County during the […]

Woodlands Township, Sheriff’s Office agree to revised Interlocal Agreement

The Woodlands, July 6 – The Woodlands Township Board of Directors and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office agreed to a revised Interlocal Agreement for the provision of law enforcement services to The Woodlands. On June 28th, 2017, Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson was in attendance of The Woodlands Township Board of Directors Meeting to address […]

Data to Drive July 4 Montgomery County DWI enforcement Efforts

Conroe, June 27 – Montgomery County law enforcement agencies will utilize collected data and detailed analysis for the first time to “zero-in” on specific roads, days and times where intoxicated drivers have historically crashed or been arrested during the upcoming Independence Day weekend. Utilizing innovative strategies to reduce fatalities, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, in […]

Sheriff’s Office Citizens Academy great program from which every citizen can learn

Sheriff’s Office Citizens Academy great program from which every citizen can learn

Image: Sheriff’s Citizens Academy Graduating Class, 2017.1, June 8, 2017, at the Gymnasium of the Clint Peoples Training Academy, Conroe. Deputy Sheriff Steve Squier, Lead Instructor, is in the center back in uniform. Conroe, June 15 – The first Citizens Academy under Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson graduated during a special ceremony at the Clint […]

Sheriff’s Office requests help in locating thief who purloined truck at South Montgomery County Holiday Inn Express

Conroe, June 7 – Sheriff Rand Henderson has requested that the public provide information to the Montgomery County Auto Theft Task Force at 936.538.7739 or CrimeStoppers at 1.800.392.7867 regarding the theft of a Chevy Silverado C1500 which perpetrators stole from the parking lot at Holiday Inn Express at Rayford Road and Interstate 45 on June […]

Legal update: “Video-Gate,” TOMA cases progressing slowly (The Davenports, Part 4)

Legal update: “Video-Gate,” TOMA cases progressing slowly (The Davenports, Part 4)

Conroe, June 3 – Two cases vitally important to Montgomery County – the “Video-Gate” investigation of County Judge Craig Doyal and the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) criminal prosecution of Doyal, Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley, and consultant Marc Davenport – are progressing slowly. The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, provides this update after […]