Pct. 4 Enthusiast Gets Insisde Look
PORTER, December 4, 2012 - A Porter woman with an apparent fascination for the Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office got the whole experience Thanksgiving Day after committing a crime while free on bail from a previous arrest.
While free on bond from an unrelated charge, Kimmel attempted returned stolen merchandise to Walmart using someone else’s ID.
Between court dates and fraud attempts, Kimmel also found time to sneak around the Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office in New Caney and have someone shoot multiple photographs of her outside around the Constable’s vehicles and inside the annex in front of the glass wall and door of the Constable’s Office. She then proceeded to upload the photos onto a site created specifically for the purpose of exposing undercover officers and snitches. (We will not provide the site name because we do not want to help anyone else find it.) Kimmel further taunted police on the site, posting two of their names and that she wanted of their badges.
Around 5 a.m. on “Turkey Day,” a Precinct 4 Deputy made contact with Kimmel and her friend, 25-year-old Lindsey Renee Lindquist in the area of US 59 and FM 1314 in Porter. He had MCSO dispatch check both of their identities and both women showed active felony warrants. They were placed in custody and Kimmel got to see the inside of the office where she had loitered and enthusiastically posed for photos.
Once paperwork was completed, the suspects were transported to the Montgomery County Jail. Lindquist’s warrant was for felony Theft with 2 or More Previous Convictions.
Kimmel remains held without bond and Lindquist was freed on $5,000 bond.