BREAKING NEWS! Montgomery County Judge Keough collides with Precinct 5 Deputy Constable, sent to hospital for treatment

Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough.


The Golden Hammer Staff Reports

The Woodlands, September 10 – Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough slammed his vehicle into a Precinct 5 Montgomery County Deputy Constable’s official vehicle at approximately 7:28 a.m. this morning at the intersection of Grogans Mill Road and Blue Fox Lane. The Golden Hammer learned the identity of the Deputy Constable is Bruce Harrison, who has an outstanding record as a law enforcement officer.

Keough was on his way to a meeting with Woodlands Township Chairman Gordy Bunch and lost control of his vehicle on the way to the meeting.

Just by coincidence, Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack and his Chief of Staff Evan Besong drove by a couple of minutes after Keough caused the collision. Besong assisted Keough who was injured in his vehicle, while the parties to the accident waited for emergency vehicles to arrive at the scene.

Keough is in stable condition at Memorial Hermann – The Woodlands Hospital. Officials in the hospital have confirmed, under the condition of anonymity, that Keough will undergo surgery this afternoon. Keough broke his pelvis and several other bones and suffers from many contusions.

Deputy Constable Harrison is undergoing evaluation for what appear to be minor injuries.

Keough blacked out in March 2017 during the 85th Texas Legislative Session and his Lexus SUV collided into another vehicle in Austin. Keough went to the hospital after that accident but the other driver did not suffer any injuries.

Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough’s Lexus SUV after he slammed into a Precinct 5 Deputy Constable’s vehicle on Thursday morning in The Woodlands.




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