Breaking News: District Attorney Ligon assisting Davenport child sexual abuse complainant to facilitate involvement of Houston Police Department Sex Crimes Unit

Breaking News: District Attorney Ligon assisting Davenport child sexual abuse complainant to facilitate involvement of Houston Police Department Sex Crimes Unit

Image: Left to right, Marc Davenport and Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal.

BREAKING NEWS!

Conroe, February 20 – Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon and J. Tyler Dunman, Chief of the Special Crimes Unit of Ligon’s Office, issued the following statement today around mid-day concerning the allegations of child sexual abuse against corrupt local political advisor Marc Davenport who is the head of the Davenport Ring of politicians and elected officials who follow his direction, which includes JP James Metts running for Precinct 4 County Commissioner, Jason Dunn running for replace Metts as JP, County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport, and others:

“Allegations of child sexual abuse against local political advisor Marc Davenport have been reported by local media outlets in the last few days. In an effort to determine where the alleged incidents occurred, our office conducted an initial inquiry to ensure the complainant’s statements are relayed to the proper law enforcement agency in the appropriate jurisdiction. Based on the jurisdictional information obtained at this point, our office contacted Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg to assist in facilitating the Houston Police Department (HPD) Sex Crimes Unit’s involvement in this matter. We are confident that HPD will take the appropriate steps in Harris County to determine if this case can proceed despite the time that has elapsed.”

Davenport is already under indictment, as a criminal co-defendant with Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, who each hired Davenport to act as a consultant for them with respect to the November 2015 road bond referendum and allegedly violated the Texas Open Meetings Act in conspiring to circumvent the Open Meetings Act by meeting with Commissioners Court members in numbers less than a quorum to garner a majority of votes to support the proposed bond referendum.

The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, broke the story of the child sexual abuse allegations on Friday, February 16, 2018, in a story exclusive to this newspaper.

 

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