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Anonymous Tip Yields Felony Arrest, Methamphetamine and Stolen Stripped Cars
New Caney
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Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden
Constable Precinct 4
New Caney, Montgomery County


For Immediate Release – 7/15/2022

One of Constable Hayden’s Community Policing improvements when elected was to build a website that would allow the public to
be able to provide tips and information to Deputies anonymously. Following up on one of these tips opened an investigation that
today, lead to a felony arrest as well as the finding of drugs and stolen items.

After weeks of investigation, Pct. 4 Criminal Investigation Division secured a search warrant for a residence in the 23000 block of
Wildwood Oaks Dr. in New Caney, TX. On 7/15/2022, just before 10am, Pct. 4 Deputies served the warrant. During the warrant
service, almost 100 grams of methamphetamine were recovered along with several suspected stolen vehicles in various stages of
being stripped.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Auto Theft Task Force also assisted on the scene by helping to identify several stripped cars, and
recovering auto parts, and frames from vehicles.

The investigation is ongoing and more charges may be forthcoming.

Constable Hayden stated, “See something, say something wins again. We have had great success with our website and this is just
another instance where the neighborhood is tired of the crime and needed help cleaning it up. We are always happy to assist.”
ARRESTED: Amy McCutchen, 45 years of age from New Caney, TX – Second Degree Felony – Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled
Substance (methamphetamine).

Lt. Jim Slack

Montgomery County Constable, Pct. 4

Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden

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