Narcotics Traffic Stops and Arrests in Magnolia
On April 22, 2020, Deputies with the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constable’s Department were on patrol and made multiple narcotics arrests in Magnolia, Texas.
While conducting area patrols at night Deputies made multiple traffic stops which resulted in narcotics arrests. Jaime Martinez, a 39 year old male from Tomball, Texas was stopped and after a probable cause vehicle search multiple narcotics were found in his vehicle. During the search 12.1 grams of illegal mushrooms, 3 THC cartridges and 38.1 grams of marijuana were found. On a separate vehicle stop Kurtis Valois, a 30 year old male from Tomball, Texas was also found in possession of narcotics. Kurtis had a usable amount of methamphetamine rolled up in some money. Kurtis also had an outstanding parole violation warrant. Jaime and Kurtis were taken to the Montgomery County Jail and released to jail staff.
Jaime was arrested and charged with Possession of a controlled substance penalty group 2 a second degree felony, Possession of a controlled substance penalty group 2 a third degree felony and Possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces a class B misdemeanor. Kurtis was arrested for Possession of a controlled substance penalty group 1 a state jail felony and for his outstanding Parole warrant.
Constable Chris Jones comments: “The Precinct 5 Constable’s Department has been performing area patrols throughout the area during covid-19, we take the responsibility of keeping the citizens in this County safe during these times. We will continue to be in high visibility in order to deter criminal activity during this pandemic.”
If you are aware of any illegal activity, please contact the Precinct 5 Constables Office at 281-259-6493 or visit CONSTABLE5.ORG to provide an anonymous tip.
Source: Constable Chris Jones