No charges to come from Conroe shooting death

Conroe, June 29 – On June 29, 2019 at about 1:00 pm, Conroe Police Officers were dispatched to the 265 Lake Meadows Drive in reference to a call of a dead body.  Officers found one deceased male from several gunshot wounds. The suspect, Lawrence Mahon, and his wife, Glynna Mahon were at the scene with the […]

Constable De Forest’s Office arrests Elzy for possession of meth, other drugs

Conroe, May 31 – On May 22, 2019, Deputy B. Davis of Constable Gene De Forest’s Pct. 2 Constable’s Office conducted a traffic stop in the 600 block of River Plantation Drive, Conroe.   During the stop, Deputy Davis discovered methamphetamine, marijuana, LSD, oxycodone, xanex, knives, scales typically used to weigh narcotics for resale and a […]

Cities, Quadvest, other utilities lead fight for freedom, as Texas Supreme Court takes San Jacinto River Authority venue case

Cities, Quadvest, other utilities lead fight for freedom, as Texas Supreme Court takes San Jacinto River Authority venue case

Image: Quadvest President Simon Sequeira, most obviously the Bob Marley of Montgomery County’s fight for freedom from the San Jacinto River Authority’s monopolistic water prices as well as The Golden Hammer’s Power Top Ten #8 in 2018, has much reason to celebrate, as the Texas Supreme Court has agreed to hear the mandamus petition of […]

“It’s Hammer Time” to present “A tough look at the Conroe ISD’s $807 million bond election” with CISD Trustee Dale Inman, GOP Vice Chairman Reagan Reed

Montgomery County, February 8 – “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular Facebook/YouTube show found at “MCP.TV” will have a live show at 12 noon, Friday, February 8, 2019, featuring two special guests who will participate in a “A tough look at the Conroe ISD’s $807 million bond election.” The show will be available online for encore […]

Cruz rally in Conroe draws over 2,334 excited Republican voters

Conroe, October 7 – United States Senator Ted Cruz, the Republican running for re-election to the United States Senate from Texas, invited a few people to attend a rally to support his campaign at the Lone Star Convention Center in Conroe. Despite a small amount of publicity for the event, more than 2,334 excited supports […]

Austin Court of Appeals rules part of SJRA’s lawsuit against Conroe, Magnolia, Splendora, others may proceed in Austin

Austin, September 4 – On Friday, August 31, 2018, the Austin Court of Appeals ruled that the cities of Conroe, Magnolia, and Splendora, as well as certain utility companies serving various customers in Montgomery County, must respond to the San Jacinto River Authority’s (SJRA) lawsuit seeking to justify higher water rates to support revenue bond […]

Conroe PD investigates murder

Conroe, July 25 – On July 24, 2018 at about 3:54 p.m., Conroe Police Officers responded to the Anatole Apartments located at 1100 S. Loop 336 in reference a dead body. Witnesses reported that the 19 year old male suspect had fled the scene prior to police arrival but was located in the area a […]