Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable's Office Police Blotter
EAST MONTGOMERY COUNTY January 25, 2013 - The following individuals have been arrested by the Montgomery County Pct. 4 Constable's Office.
Kristin Lynn Jenkins, 28, of Porter is charge with two counts of Failure to Appear (warrant). A Pct. 4 Deputy Constable arrested Jenkins around 10 a.m. on January 21 after stopping her for a traffic violation near the intersection of Baptist Encampment and Pecan in New Caney, where the deputy checked her ID and found she had active warrants.
Michelle A. Kiser, 21, of Pasadena was arrested on an outstanding JP4 warrant around 5 p.m. on January 21 after stopping a vehicle in which Kiser was a passenger near the intersection of Northpark and FM 1485 in Conroe.
Edna Irene Bynum, 3, of New Caney was arrested around 5 p.m. on January 21 during a traffic stop near the intersection of FM 1485 and Northpark in Conroe when the deputy checked Bynum’s ID and learned she had an active JP4 warrant.
Trey Glenn Askew, 19, of Porter is charged with misdemeanor Theft, (more than $50, less than $500)
On January 21, around 3 p.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable responded to the Walmart store on the US 59 service road in Porter where a Walmart loss prevention employee saw a Askew select two automobile batteries from the automotive department, place them in a shopping cart and exit the store, passing all points of sale with the batteries (valued at $223.74). Once Askew was outside, the loss prevention officer stopped him and escorted him back into the store to await law enforcement. Askew admitted stealing the batteries, saying he planned to pawn them at a scrapyard.
Raymond Dominguez, 30, of New Caney is charged with Driving While License Suspended/Invalid.
On January 21, around 1 p.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable stopped the vehicle Dominguez was driving in the 23800 block of FM 1485 East in New Caney where he found Dominguez did not have insurance and was driving with a suspended license.
Juan Zuarez, Jr., 28, of New Caney was arrested on 4 outstanding JP4 warrants around 9 a.m. on January 21 near the intersection of FM 1485 and Vick Road in New Caney. A Precinct 4 Deputy Constable stopped a vehicle driven by Zuarez and when dispatch checked his ID, they informed the deputy of Zuarez’s warrants.
Melissa Dawn Lakey, 24, of Huffman was arrested on an outstanding JP4 warrant around 8:30 a.m. on January 21 on Ford Road at Redbud in Porter. A Pct. 4 Deputy Constable initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle at that intersection and learned Lakey had an open warrant.
John Edmund Leblanc, 28, of Porter is charged with third-degree felony Evading Arrest/Detention with a Vehicle with a Previous conviction. Leblanc also had two outstanding felony warrants, for Evading Arrest with a Vehicle and Aggravated Robbery.
On January 19, around 11 p.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable attempted to conduct a routine traffic stop after witnessing a violation on Ford Road. The deputy got behind Leblanc’s vehicle and activated his emergency lights and tried to stop the vehicle, but Leblanc instead increased his speed and attempted to lose the deputy. Leblanc reached a 90 degree turn and was unable to negotiate it, losing control and driving into the ditch. However, he accelerated back onto the roadway and kept going. Leblanc went into a second ditch and again, accelerated and drove back onto the roadway, continuing to evade arrest. Eventually, Leblanc tried to make a left turn onto Oak Lane where he slid through the intersection and into yet another ditch, nearly striking a chain link fence before finally striking a culvert, where his vehicle became “high centered.” The deputy saw Leblanc open his driver side door and try to flee on foot. The deputy initiated a foot chase, and was forced to deploy his Taser, which struck Leblanc in the leg and stopped him from fleeing.
Leblanc was taken into custody after he was checked out by EMS. Deputies found a very upset female, crying inside the vehicle.
Joshua Guy Star, 22, of Splendora is charged with class B misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana.
On January 19, around 9:45 p.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable stopped a vehicle that was northbound on Loop 494 and noticed the rear passenger making furtive movements as the vehicle came to a stop. The deputy made contact with the female driver, who appeared to be very nervous. The deputy could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. However, the driver stated there was none in the car as far as she knew. She gave the deputy consent to search the vehicle and he had the male passenger in the front and the male passengers in the rear seat to exit the vehicle. One of the passengers, Joshua Starr, admitted he had a bag of marijuana he shoved under the driver’s seat. The contraband was removed from the vehicle, Starr was taken into custody and the vehicle’s other occupants were released.
Joshua Willard Horn, Jr., 35, of Cleveland is charged with Fail to Identify Fugitive / Give False Information, which is a class A misdemeanor, and a felony Parole Violation (Robbery).
On January 19, around 1 p.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable stopped a vehicle near the intersection of Southland and Tram Road in Splendora. The driver first identified himself with incorrectly, using a different first and last name. He was eventually identified correctly as Joshua Horn, a wanted felon, who was then taken into custody for the existing warrant for violation of parole and the additional charge of failing to correctly identify himself when asked by the deputy.
Angelena Louise Stiles, 29, of Cleveland is charged with class B misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana; third-degree felony Hinder Apprehension / Prosecution of a Known Felon as well as two outstanding felony warrants (Motion of Surety and Bond Forfeiture); Precept to Serve; and a misdemeanor Capias warrant. Stiles was in the vehicle with Joshua Horn when he was stopped and lied about his identity. Stiles initially lied to deputies about Horn’s identity as well and she admitted she was in possession of marijuana.
Lisa Joyce Latham, 50, of New Caney is charged with class A misdemeanor Deadly Conduct (warrant)
On January 18, around 2 p.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable served the warrant at Latham’s residence in the 20700 block of Loop 494 in New Caney.
John Leroy Almaraz, 19, of Cleveland was arrested around 7 p.m. on January 17 for an outstanding JP4 warrant after Pct. 4 deputies were called to the Walmart store on the US 59 service road in Porter.
Shawn Kyle Hayes, 22, of New Caney was arrested on January 17 on a Capias warrant. A Pct. 4 Deputy Constable arrested Hayes after initiating a traffic stop near the intersection of Hardwood Trail and Blazing Trail in New Caney. Hayes’s bond was set at $10,000.
Brian Benito Tam, 20, of Porter is charged with class B misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana and a JP4 warrant for Failure to Appear.
On January 16, around 3:15 p.m., a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable stopped a vehicle in near the intersection of McShan and Perkins in Porter for a violation. Tam was a passenger in the vehicle and a check of his ID showed an active warrant. The drive gave consent to search the vehicle and the deputy discovered marijuana. Tam then claimed ownership of the contraband and was arrested on both charges. His bond was set at $10,000.
Devin Mitchell Graham, 25, of Porter was arrested on three outstanding JP4 warrants (Speeding; Failure to Appear; and Driving While License Invalid) on January 16 around 3:30 p.m. when a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in which Graham was a passenger near the intersection of McShan and Perkins and Porter.