Montgomery County Constable Pct. 4 Police Blotter

NEW CANEY, December 4, 2012 - Krystal Michelle Bennett, 25, of New Caney is charged with misdemeanor Theft (more than $50, less than $500). Around 5:30 p.m. on November 26, a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable responded to the Walmart on the US 59 feeder road in Porter where employees had detained Krystal Michelle Bennett. The Asset Protection officer said he saw Bennett select multiple items inside the store and place them in her purse and another bag she was carrying. She went through the checkout lines and paid for some items that were never concealed and then leave the store without paying for the things she placed in her purse and bag. The AP officer stopped Bennett outside and escorted her back inside the store where she was arrested by the deputy for the theft of multiple small ticket items such as a dog collar, eye liner, mascara, socks, and Cheese Wiz. 

Jarrett Jacket Greenhaw, 24, of Splendora was arrested around 10 a.m. November 26 at his home in the 13500 block of Morgan Drive on an outstanding JP4 warrant. 

Andrew Kenneth Dotson, 24, of Magnolia is charged with Driving While License Suspended / Invalid.
On November 25, around 11 a.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable stopped a Ford pickup for a violation near Allendale and FM 1314 in Porter. When dispatch checked driver Kenneth Dotson’s identification, they discovered his license was suspended for unpaid surcharges on citations for driving without motor vehicle insurance.

Michael Angel Martinez, 26, of Humble is charged with Driving While License Suspended/Invalid.
On November 25, just after midnight, a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable stopped a vehicle for a non-moving violation near the intersection of Loop 494 and E. Martin Drive in Porter and discovered the driver, Michael Martinez was driving with a suspended license and had a conviction for the same offense earlier this year.

Gilberto Junior Rios, 21, of Porter was arrested on a JP4 warrant for Failure to Appear around 11 p.m. on November 24 during a traffic stop near the intersection of FM 1314 and New Street in Porter.

Brian Lee Cunningham, 31, of Onalaska was arrested around 10 a.m. on November 24 during a traffic stop at Loop 494 and Spears Road in Porter. The front passenger identified himself initially as Brian Cross, born June 19, 1980 but instead turned out to be Brian Lee Cunningham, born June 25, 1981. He lied because he had probation violations out of Liberty County and the state of Florida. Cunningham is charged with Probation Violation (Liberty County) and Fail to Identify Fugitive From Justice. He also received a citation for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia because of a used syringe in his pocket.

Darrel Wayne Allen, 28, of Splendora is charged with Public Intoxication and Resisting Search or Transport. A Pct. 4 Deputy arrested Allen just after midnight on November 24. Around 11 p.m. on November 23, a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle near the intersection of southbound US 59 and service road and FM 1314. A white male passenger refused to identify himself and appeared to be intoxicated, telling the deputy his identity was none of the deputy’s business. When asked to step out of the vehicle, Allen began cursing the deputy and refusing to do so, saying he was not required to comply. A Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to assist and Allen was removed from the vehicle despite his protest. The driver said Allen was a neighbor who asked for a ride and that he no longer felt comfortable having Allen in his vehicle because of his behavior. The deputy found Allen’s identification in his wallet and when dispatch checked it, they found he had active warrants in the City of Patton Village. However, those warrants could not be confirmed due to the time of night. Allen was placed under arrest for his own safety and the safety of others. During the arrest and transport process, Allen again began screaming, cursing and fighting with officers. He was brought under control and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

Michael Anthony Pucci, 27, of Humble was arrested just after 1 a.m., on November 22 in the 400 block of E. Wallis in New Caney. He is charged with Driving While License Suspended / Invalid; Possession of Marijuana; Failure to Appear (JP4 warrant) and a Capias warrant for Driving While License Invalid.
A Pct. 4 Deputy Constable noticed bizarre driving behavior when Pucci stopped partially in the southbound roadway pointing northeast near a major intersection. The vehicle stayed in that position for a few minutes then began moving and the deputy initiated a traffic stop. Pucci immediately told the deputy he had a suspended driver’s license and possibly active warrants. A check of his ID through dispatch showed that was correct. A search of the vehicle revealed a blue grinder with a useable amount of marijuana, a small electronic scale commonly used in the sale of illegal drugs, a marijuana pipe in the female passenger’s purse, as well as a small cellophane cigarette wrapper containing a useable amount of marijuana. Pucci claimed ownership of all of the contraband and was taken into custody. His passenger was released.

Miguel Angel Hernandez, 34, of Houston is charged with two counts of state jail felony Fraudulent Use/Possession of Identifying Information.  Pct. 4 Deputy Constables arrested Hernandez (a.k.a. Alexander Garza) around 9:15 p.m. on November 21 in the 14700 block of US 59 in Splendora. A Pct. 4 Deputy on routine patrol stopped a vehicle driven by Hernandez for a non-moving violation and learned Hernandez had no license or insurance. He identified himself to officers as Miguel Hernandez and produced an ID card with that name on it. The ID card was a fake, and a poorly produced one at that, immediately recognizable as such. When dispatch checked the number on the card, it returned to a white male who lives in Carollton, Texas. One of the deputies obtained consent to search the vehicle and found a “Permanent Resident Card” under the driver’s seat with Hernandez’s photo on it. However, the name on that card was Alexander Garza, and it had a different date of birth than stated by Hernandez, and was also different from the date on his fake ID. Deputies contacted the Department of Homeland Investigation, who assisted them in determining the Permanent Resident Card was also a fake. The number on that card returned to yet another name and date of birth. Hernandez was arrested and transported to the Montgomery County Jail following paperwork at the Precinct 4 Office.


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