Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office gets hairy this November to support the mission of LLS

Conroe, October 22 – Some could say that things are about to get “hairy” around the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. On behalf of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Sheriff Rand Henderson has authorized a “No Shave November” for all employees at the Sheriff’s Office as a way of supporting our community and the fight against cancer! […]

Montgomery Sheriff Henderson joins 95 other Texas Sheriffs in criticizing O’Rourke’s statements during Irishman’s Senate campaign

Conroe, October 5 – Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson joined 95 other County Sheriffs from across the State of Texas in a letter expressing grave reservations about United States Senate Candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke, the Irishman challenging incumbent Senator Ted Cruz. Cruz has the most conservative voting record of any member of the United […]

Montgomery Sheriff Henderson has to beg for 10 additional patrol officers – paid from his spending savings – and just barely gets approval from Commissioners Court to hire them

Conroe, September 8 – Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson just barely squeaked by with approval from the Montgomery County Commissioners Court at its regular August 28, 2018, meeting to hire ten (10) new patrol deputies with funds he saved by not spending his full budget during Fiscal Year 2018. During the so-called “budget process,” the […]

Sheriff Henderson discusses patrol officer shortfall after Commissioners Court rejects law enforcement budget request

Conroe, August 22 – Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson discussed the Sheriff’s Office’s patrol officer shortfall, after the Montgomery County Commissioners Court rejected his budget request, when he spoke to the Montgomery County Tea Party on Monday, August 20. “We’re still 82 deputies short, but the men and women of the Sheriff’s Office are stepping […]

Sheriff’s Office nabs bad guys in theft cases

Theft of construction materials Conroe, August 20 – On August 15, 2018, at about 4:19 a.m., the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the address of 3700 Rayford Rd Spring, TX in regards to a suspicious vehicle being at a construction site. Upon Deputies’ arrival, they located two vehicles one being a cargo van leaving […]

MCSO Deputies arrest Walgreens robber

Conroe, August 7 – On August 4, 2018, Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office were conducting follow up investigations on information from the Aggravated Robberies of the Walgreens Pharmacies that occurred on August 3rdand August 4th. Deputies were following up on a lead of the Walgreens Pharmacy robberies, when they entered The Imperial Chase Apartments […]

Suspect Robs two Walgreens in South Montgomery County

Conroe, August 4 – Sheriff Rand Henderson has connect two robberies of Walgreens stores in Spring to each other and asked the public for assistance in locating the suspect. On August 3, 2018, the suspect robbed the Walgreens at 485 Sawdust Road, Spring, TX and then again on August 4, 2018, the same suspect robbed […]

With citizens excluded, giant group of County employees in attendance, as unprepared Montgomery County Judge Doyal, Commissioners Court begin “budget workshop”

Conroe, July 25 – Montgomery County Judge Craig arrived at the so-called “budget workshop” late and still chewing his food from lunch yesterday afternoon to begin an afternoon where Doyal and the members of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court clearly were unprepared for the entire meeting. Since Doyal has excluded citizen participation, very few citizens […]

Montgomery County District Judge Robin’s letter raises issues of balance between additional courthouse security and government financial restraint

Montgomery County District Judge Robin’s letter raises issues of balance between additional courthouse security and government financial restraint

Image: Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed the Judge Julie Kocurek Courthouse and Judicial Security Act into law on May 27, 2017, with Judge Kocurek (standing immediately to the left of the Governor in white shirt with dark jacket) joining the ceremony. The Kocurek Act encouraged counties to establish Courthouse Security Committees to improve security inside […]

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