Magnolia, February 7 – Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constable David Hill, working with several Montgomery County residents and Montgomery County Crime Stoppers, successfully apprehended and arrested Darrell Lawrence, 20, of Magnolia and charged him with a state jail felony of Burglary of a Building, and another state jail felony of Criminal Mischief, for breaking into Magnolia West High School on February 2, and vandalizing the building and equipment therein. Constable Hill has thanked the residents of Montgomery County especially in the Magnolia area and Montgomery County Crime Stoppers for all the information received regarding the vandalism that occurred at Magnolia West High School.
Within 18 hours of posting a press release with pictures of the suspect requesting help from the community the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constable’s had him in custody.
A state jail felony is punishable by 2 years in State Jail and a fine of $10,000.
Lawrence is currently on probation in Harris County for breaking into Tomball Memorial High School.