The Political Firing of Montgomery Police Chief Napolitano, Part 3 of 3: How Mayor Countryman got rid of the most successful Police Chief the City of Montgomery has enjoyed in decades

The Political Firing of Montgomery Police Chief Napolitano, Part 3 of 3: How Mayor Countryman got rid of the most successful Police Chief the City of Montgomery has enjoyed in decades

Image: Montgomery Mayor Sara Countryman didn’t look too happy on September 25, 2018, as she presided over a City Council meeting for the purpose of passing a “no confidence” vote to remove Police Chief Jim Napolitano. The City Council tabled the vote, so the final result was just as bad for Countryman as the dozens […]

The Political Firing of Montgomery Police Chief Napolitano, Part 2 of 3: Who is Mayor Sara Countryman?

The Political Firing of Montgomery Police Chief Napolitano, Part 2 of 3: Who is Mayor Sara Countryman?

Image: City of Montgomery Mayor Sara Countryman’s mugshot from one of her multiple arrests in Williamson County. Source: Williamson County Jail. Montgomery, January 6 – During the past 24 hours several individuals have reacted to this newspaper’s reporting about the firing of Montgomery Police Chief Jim Napolitano by Mayor Sara Countryman, her political ally Rebecca Huss, […]

The Political Firing of Montgomery Police Chief Napolitano, Part 1 of 3: Who is Jim Napolitano?

Montgomery, January 5 – City of Montgomery Mayor Sara Countryman, Councilwoman Rebecca Huss, and City Administrator Jack Yates have successfully forced extraordinarily popular and successful Police Chief Jim Napolitano out of his job, after five years of outstanding service to the City, even though a majority of the City Council backed the retention of Napolitano in […]

Former Police Chief Jim Napolitano threatens to sue City of Montgomery after violations of non-disparagement separation agreement

Former Police Chief Jim Napolitano threatens to sue City of Montgomery after violations of non-disparagement separation agreement

Image: Former City of Montgomery Police Chief Jim Napolitano (right) with one of his favorite citizens. Montgomery, January 2 – Former City of Montgomery Police Chief Jim Napolitano sent a demand letter, threatening to sue, to the City of Montgomery County on December 17, 2018, after the City’s Mayor Sarah Countryman, City Council member Rebecca […]

City of Montgomery Mayor, Councilmember, City Administrator force Police Chief Napolitano out, despite overwhelming popular support for him: “It is such a sad day…to lose such a great leader…”

City of Montgomery Mayor, Councilmember, City Administrator force Police Chief Napolitano out, despite overwhelming popular support for him: “It is such a sad day…to lose such a great leader…”

Image: Former City of Montgomery County Police Chief Jim Napolitano (right) and his daughter (left). Montgomery, October 23 – City of Montgomery Mayor Sara Countryman, Councilwoman Rebecca Huss, and City Administrator Jack Yates have successfully forced extraordinarily popular and successful Police Chief Jim Napolitano out of his job, even though a majority of the City […]

Montgomery Mayor, Council put Police Chief Napolitano’s job back on chopping block during Tuesday, September 25, 6 p.m., Council meeting

Montgomery, September 24 – City of Montgomery Mayor Sara Countryman, City Administrator Jack Yates, and Councilwoman Rebecca Huss  have placed popular Police Chief Jim Napolitano’s job back on the chopping block during the Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 6 p.m., City Council meeting at 101 Old Plantersville Road, Montgomery, Texas. Item 15(b) on the agenda is […]

Gigantic citizen turnout for Montgomery Chief Napolitano saves his job, as City Council tables effort to terminate him

Montgomery, September 13 – A gigantic citizen turnout for Montgomery Police Chief Jim Napolitano saved his job and convinced the Montgomery City Council to table the executive session to discuss whether to terminate him as Chief on Tuesday, September 11, 2018. After dozens of citizens expressed their support for Napolitano and after Napolitano made clear […]

On September 11, 2018, Montgomery County citizens face terrible perils at LSGCD, City of Montgomery, Commissioners Court, elsewhere

On September 11, 2018, Montgomery County citizens face terrible perils at LSGCD, City of Montgomery, Commissioners Court, elsewhere

Image: The Hindenburg caught fire and exploded on May 6, 1937, resulting in 36 fatalities. Conroe and Montgomery, September 11 – On September 11, 2018, seventeen years after the horrific 9/11 attacks by al Qaeda, the citizens of Montgomery County, Texas, face at least three immediate community disasters and several others that are looming. Why? When […]

Anonymous city employee letter confirms political vendetta against Montgomery Police Chief Napolitano, who will fight for his job at a Montgomery City Council meeting Tuesday night

Anonymous city employee letter confirms political vendetta against Montgomery Police Chief Napolitano, who will fight for his job at a Montgomery City Council meeting Tuesday night

Publisher’s Note: The Golden Hammer received this letter from a city employee close to the individuals discussed therein. This newspaper confirmed the identity of the letter writer and confirmed the allegations made in the letter with two other sources inside of the Montgomery City government. Under these circumstances, very similar to those under which this newspaper […]