Montgomery County District Attorney Ligon, County Attorney Griffin, Hyder urge Texas House to revive Texas Open Meetings Act in Austin committee hearing

Austin, April 3 – State Representative Steve Toth presented House Bill 2965, a bill to amend Section 143 of the Texas Open Meetings Act to the Texas House of Representatives Committee on State Affairs on Monday, April, 2019. The purpose of Toth’s bill, as he explained was to meet the objections of the Texas Court […]

“It’s Hammer Time” to feature Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon at 12 noon today (Friday, March 1)

Montgomery County, March 1 – Extraordinarily popular and accomplished Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon will be the guests on “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular show on Facebook Live and YouTube at MCP.TV, at 12 noon, Friday, March 1, 2019. The show will continue with encore presentations throughout the weekend. To call in with a question, […]

BREAKING NEWS: Already in enough trouble as it is, and after lying to voters about the pendency of the investigation, Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley not indicted in misuse of public funds investigation

Conroe and Magnolia, February 14 – Already under criminal indictment for alleged violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act, a criminal conviction of which would lead to his removal from office for “official misconduct,” Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley gave Montgomery County citizens a bit of reason to sign in partial relief. The […]

Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force made 61 arrests for online child exploration during 2018

Conroe, January 17 – During 2018, the Montgomery County Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC), which targets Internet based sexual predators, arrested 61 adults who were allegedly using the Internet for the sexual exploitation of children online. Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon said, “Protecting the children of Montgomery County is always my top […]

Power Top Ten #3: Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon (with some important assists)

Power Top Ten #3: Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon (with some important assists)

Image: Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon appeared before the Montgomery County Commissioners Court on November 20, 2018, to discuss the causes of murder in the community. Conroe, December 22 – Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon is the third (3rd) Most Powerful Person of the Top Ten Most Powerful People in Montgomery County. In this […]

Montgomery County DA Ligon’s message to potential murderers: “Put down the egg nog. Go to church. Take a long walk.”

Conroe, November 21 – Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon presented a very serious message to would-be murders in Montgomery County during a citizen comment at the Tuesday, November 20, 2018, Commissioners Court meeting. Rather than insisting upon special treatment as an elected servant, Ligon waited until the end of the Commissioners Court to present […]

DA Ligon’s team procures life in prison for continuance sexual assault of a child offender

Conroe, November 15 – On Friday, November 9, 2018, after a week-long trial, jurors in the 221st District Court of Montgomery County, Texas found Cameron Keith Brown guilty of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child.  On Tuesday, November 13, 2018, following additional punishment evidence, the jurors handed down a life sentence.  Due to the charge, Brown is […]

Commissioner Riley, County Judge Doyal back off from plans to terminate Montgomery County HR Director Shaw after opposition appears at Commissioners Court meeting

Commissioner Riley, County Judge Doyal back off from plans to terminate Montgomery County HR Director Shaw after opposition appears at Commissioners Court meeting

Image: Heads turned towards conservative Republican Precinct Chair Ginger Russell as she applauded after her Montgomery County Commissioner, Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley, announced he was withdrawing from the Court’s agenda an item to terminate County Human Resources Director Dodi Shaw at the beginning of the November 13, 2018, meeting. Conroe, November 14 – After lame […]

District Attorney’s Special Crimes Bureau Chief Dunman explains decision not to prosecute Animal Shelter’s Johnson, Wysocki

Conroe, October 30 – Montgomery County District Attorney Special Crimes Bureau Chief Tyler Dunman spoke with The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, yesterday about the District Attorney’s Office’s decision not to prosecute Montgomery County Animal Shelter (MCAS) Director Aaron Johnson and Assistant Director Mark Wysocki. Dunman discussed the circumstances in part in response to […]

BREAKING NEWS! Montgomery County DA Ligon recuses himself from TCOLE case involving Constable Hayden, District Judge to determine direction

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, August 1 – Montgomery County District Attorney and the District Attorney’s Office have recused themselves from the case involving the Texas Commissioner on Law Enforcement’s (TCOLE) investigation of Precinct 4 Montgomery County Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden and his Chief Deputy Barry Welch. The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, has confirmed that […]

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