Montogmery County Police Blotter
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, August 31, 2012 - Steven James Layton, 26, of New Caney is charged with five outstanding JP4 warrants.
Just after midnight on August 21, a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable responded to the Porterwood Apartments in the 24200 block of FM 1314 regarding a suspicious person. The deputy talked to several men, one of who was identified as Steven Layton. A check of Layton’s ID showed he had multiple outstanding warrants and he was arrested.
Patsy Annette Vaughn, 42, of New Caney is charged with Public Intoxication (warrant) and Failure to Appear (warrant).
On August 24, around 7:45 a.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable responded to the 20500 block of M T Ct. in New Caney where the reportee, Patsy Vaughn, said she and her niece broke her phone during an argument. Vaughn’s niece told the deputy Vaughn woke up yelling through the house and accused her husband of stealing items from her room. Vaughn’s niece and husband denied stealing from Vaughn or breaking her phone. Vaughn’s father corroborated the story about her waking up yelling and arguing, but he also offered to buy a new phone to keep peace in the family. Vaughn was satisfied with the offer, thus ending the dispute. However, when the deputy ran everyone’s identification through dispatch, he learned Vaughn had two open warrants so she was arrested. Her niece and the niece’s husband were clear of warrants and said they were visiting from out of town and planned to return that day.
Cody Shawn Wright, 19, of New Caney is charged with Possession of Marijuana.
Around 10:30 p.m. August 24, Pct. 4 Deputy Constables stopped a red Ford Mustang for a violation on Ford Road in Porter. The driver, Cody Wright, admitted there were Zigzag rolling papers in the car. While searching the vehicle, a deputy also found marijuana. The suspect was arrested.
John Wesley Moore, III, 30 of Porter is charged with Driving While License Invalid (warrant) and Public Intoxication.
On August 25, around 11:30 a.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable responded to the Valero store on FM 1314 in Porter where someone reported a man passed out behind the wheel of a white and gold Ford Expedition beside one of the gas pumps. The deputy found the vehicle unoccupied, but the driver, John Moore was speaking with the store clerk. The deputy noticed Moore showed multiple signs of impairment, but said he was okay when the deputy asked. The deputy then asked for Moore’s Driver’s License and Moore instead handed him a credit card before finally producing an ID. Moore not only failed the Standard Field Sobriety Test, he fell asleep. Moore was arrested.
Gregory Doyal Alewine, 33, of Splendora is charged with Driving While License Suspended/Invalid.
On August 25, around 3 p.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable stopped a Plymouth Neon near the intersection of FM 1314 and Old Sorters Road in Porter. The driver, Gregory Alewine did not have a valid driver’s license and was arrested. The vehicle was towed because his passenger also had no valid license and the vehicle was uninsured.
Kyle Ray Hughes, 20, of Splendora is charged with Reckless Driving; Resisting Arrest, Search, or Transport and Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol by a Minor.
On August 26, around 3 a.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable patrolling US 59 saw a vehicle northbound on that roadway at well over 100 miles per hour. The deputy initiated a traffic stop at US 59 and Roman Forest Blvd. The driver, Kyle Hughes, exited the vehicle, appearing to cooperate at first, but then physically resisting arrest. Hughes admitted he had been drinking alcohol at a bar in Humble and was taken into custody on multiple charges.
John Thomas Mayo, Jr., 49, of Conroe is charged with Possession of Marijuana.
On August 26, a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable saw a red Oldsmobile Intrigue northbound on Wild Oak Lane in Conroe and stopped it for a violation. While speaking with the driver, John Mayo, the deputy smelled the distinctive odor of marijuana coming from the inside of the vehicle. After obtaining consent to search the vehicle from Mayo (the owner), the deputy saw a bag of marijuana in plain view on the rear passenger side floor board. He also discovered a partially burned marijuana cigarette inside a cigarette package. The passenger denied any knowledge of the marijuana and Mayo admitted ownership of the marijuana cigarette but claimed to know nothing about the bag in the rear floor board. He was arrested and charged.