Montgomery County DA’s Office punts prosecution of Treasurer Davenport over disclosure of employee social security numbers, dates of birth

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, May 11 – The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office punted prosecution of County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport with respect to her release of names, dates of birth, and social security numbers as part of her disclosure of her office procedures manual. Davenport had argued that she needed to withhold the entire manual from […]

As criminal investigation plods forward, Treasurer Davenport’s “knowledge” of her wrongdoing clear in release of County employee personal information

Conroe, April 24 – When Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton ruled on March 1, 2018, that Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport must release her office procedures manual and overruled Davenport’s objections to the public disclosure, the Attorney General made clear that County employee dates of birth and social security numbers should not be among the […]

Embattled County Treasurer Davenport to cost taxpayers a fortune in employee mitigation expenses…but there’s a catch

Embattled County Treasurer Davenport to cost taxpayers a fortune in employee mitigation expenses…but there’s a catch

Image: Embattled Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport (right) stands in the Precinct 4 Justice Court with JP James Metts (left) on one of the rare occasions when Metts actually entered the courtroom. Conroe, March 28 – Embattled Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport’s unlawful release of County government employee names, dates of birth, and social security […]