Conroe, February 1 – As the week of festivities preceding the Superbowl officially kicks-off, Sheriff Rand Henderson wants to advise our community to expect to see an increased number of Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies patrolling our major thoroughfares, shopping areas, and entertainment venues. “While we want everyone to enjoy themselves and all of the great things this wonderful region has to offer, public safety is our number one priority for both our citizens and guests,” stated Sheriff Henderson.
To that end, Captain Damon Hall of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Homeland Security Division, a new Division under Sheriff Henderson’s administration, is coordinating proactive enforcement actions of the Sheriff’s Office as well as response initiatives to this very high-profile event. Captain Hall comments, “It is clear that the Superbowl is regionally significant, and with the influx of people is also the potential for increased crime and issues caused by large crowds. We stand ready with visible resources as well as those not as visible, such as our SWAT Team, Special Response Group, K-9, and Air Unit.”
Traffic enforcement along the IH-59 and IH-45 corridors, dedicated hotel patrols, bar and nightclub checks, and shopping area security will be of primary importance and will be just some of the areas we will focus on. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies will be proactive and out targeting, intoxicated drivers, human trafficking, narcotics, and other criminal elements that are out to do our community or citizens harm.
Enhanced enforcement efforts began January 31st and will continue throughout the entirety of Suber Bowl Sunday.
The Golden Hammer, while still suffering from shock and bereavement that the Houston Texans somehow missed participating in the Super Bowl, predicts that the New England Patriots will defeat the Atlanta Falcons by 7 points. Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady and Head Coach Bill Belichick, easily the most brilliant Head Coach currently in the NFL, are on a mission to show their might, after Brady’s 4-game suspension at the beginning of the 2016 season arising from the “Deflate-Gate” scandal.