Constable Jones’ team conducts “knock and talk investigation,” makes un-Pleasant Valley arrest

67 year old Robert Gurley, meth dealer.

Magnolia Area, May 7 – On May 5, 2019, Deputies with the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constables Department conducted a knock and talk investigation at a residence in Magnolia, Texas. Deputies were given information that narcotics were again being sold from a mobile home on Pleasant Valley Rd.

Deputies arrived at the address on Pleasant Valley and spoke with a man named Stephen Heinrich. Heinrich assured the deputies that there were no narcotics being sold or possessed on the property.

Heinrich invited the deputies inside while he got the property owner, Robert Gurley, and brought him to the living room to speak with the deputies.

While the deputies were waiting in the living room, they were able to see a weighing scale and a substance they recognized to be Methamphetamine on a coffee table in plain view. When Gurley spoke with the deputies in the living room, he immediately refused a search of the property and demanded that the deputies leave the location.

The deputies detained Robert and Stephen while a search warrant was written. Deputies obtained the search warrant for the mobile home.

While searching the home deputies located approximately 6.5 grams of Methamphetamine.

Gurley and Heinrich were arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute. Deputies took them to Montgomery County Jail and released them to Jail staff.

Constable Chris Jones said, “The Precinct 5 Constable’s Office is excited to continue to work with the great citizens in our community. Once again, your information has been a huge success in our journey to clean up our streets.  With your help and support we can continue to make Montgomery County a great place to live.”



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