Suspicious Vehicle Attracts Attention in Hardin
HARDIN, June 23, 2015 - Around 4:30 PM on Tuesday the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department received a call about a suspicious vehicle parked at an abandoned residence in Hardin off CR 2058 and CR 2060.
LCSO Deputy James McQueen was dispatched to the area and assisting McQueen was Deputy Constable Mark Davison with Pct. 3. The vehicle was found and the only occupant was asleep in the vehicle on a very hot day.
The driver and only occupant was David Wayne Germany, age 31 of Hardin, in his 2000 Ford Excursion.
The driver seemed to be under the influence of some sort of illegal substance according to Deputy Constable Davison.
Deputy Constable Mark Davison asked Germany for permission to search his vehicle and Germany refused.
DPS Trooper Boyd Lamb arrived with his K-9 named Ilke who alerted on the vehicle.
Found inside the vehicle was a Pringle’s can with potato chips and a small plastic baggy with a white crystalline substance thought to be Methamphetamine. Also found in the vehicle were multiple syringes and scales along with the approximately 10 grams of Methamphetamine.
From 2002 until present day Germany has six arrests and convictions for Terroristic Threats, Burglary of a Building, Theft and Drug related Offenses in Harris and Montgomery County.