Image: If this man comes to the door when you are delivering pizza, you may want to rethink the entire transaction.
Publisher’s Comment: Precinct 5 Constable Chris issued one of the most amazing press releases this afternoon in the history of Montgomery County law enforcement. While it concerns a very serious issue – the use, possession, and possibly sale of methamphetamine – the story is phenomenal. The Golden Hammer compliments Constable Jones for “saying it like it is.”
“Constable Questions ‘METH-od’ Of Payment For Pizza Delivery
“Deputies with the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constables Office were contacted by a pizza delivery driver late last night regarding the Meth he received as payment for a pizza that was delivered.
“Deputies were contacted by a pizza delivery driver stating that upon delivery of a pizza on Scotty Street in Magnolia he received a baggie of Methamphetamine and $1.86 as payment. The Deputies observed that the name on the receipt was David Wood who they had previous dealings with.
“The deputies went to the address on Scotty Street in Magnolia and made contact with David Wood and Linda Webster who lives at the address with Mr. Wood. Mr. Wood seemed to be heavily under the influence of a narcotic.
“Mr. Wood stated that he had given the delivery driver a dollar and some change. Mr. Wood stated that he did not remember giving the driver a baggie of Methamphetamine. He stated he did not do it on purpose, but that he could see how that could have happened.
“Mr. Wood invited the Deputies in to collect any drug paraphernalia from his room in the trailer. Mr. Wood and his girlfriend showed the Deputies a tin box in the room. In that box, Deputies found multiple glass pipes, multiple baggies containing prescription pills and several baggies containing Methamphetamine residue.
“Both David Wood and Linda Webster were arrested for the drugs found at the trailer and are currently being held at the Montgomery County Jail.
Constable Chris Jones comments, ‘The Precinct 5 Constable’s Office is proud to serve the great Citizens of Montgomery County. We will continue to proactively enforce the laws of the State of Texas and will not allow our County to become Drug and Criminal infested. With your help and support we can continue to make Montgomery County a great place to live.’