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A Montgomery County Precinct Four Constable Deputy arrested one male for felony impersonating a Public Servant, Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon, and Possession of a Controlled Substance after being involved in a verbal altercation with another motorist in Porter, Montgomery County, TX.

At around 2:27 in the afternoon on March 14th, 2023, a Montgomery County Precinct Four Constable’s Deputy was conducting patrol duties in the area of Porter, Montgomery County, TX. While patrolling, the Deputy was notified via Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office emergency dispatch of a vehicle driving recklessly on the US Highway 59 frontage road near FM 1314 in Porter. The reporting party who witnessed and contacted Montgomery County 911, advised he had been confronted by a white male in his early 20’s driving a white 2015 Ford Fusion during a “road rage” style incident. This incident involving the male suspect identified as Aljreere, Yahia Emad (26, Porter, TX) had an unknown cause, but was sufficient enough to make Aljreere drive in front of the witness and cut him off. Aljreere then slammed on his breaks at a traffic light on the US Highway 59 frontage road, which caused the witness to go around Aljreere to keep from being blocked in. While beside Aljreere at the traffic light, the witness stated Aljreere had displayed what looked to be a type of law enforcement credential ID contained in a leather lanyard which he presented through the window and exclaimed loudly that “I’m a police officer, I’m a police officer, and I’ll pull you over right now!”

The witness followed Aljreere from the original location near Northpark Drive in Kingwood, Montgomery County, to the intersection of FM 1314 / US Highway 59 in Porter. The Deputy who was monitoring the incoming 911 call about the incident had just learned Aljeere’s vehicle description and license plate, which was given by the witness. Just a few seconds later, the Deputy observed Aljreere driving east at the 25000 block of FM 1314. The Deputy was able to stop Aljreere in the parking lot of a nearby business, and begin conducting his investigation.

During the course of the investigation, it was learned that Aljreere was in the possession of a black leather identification lanyard used primary for his employment as a wrecker driver in Harris County, Texas. Although, during the 14th of March, Aljreere had a photo identification card in the lanyard stating “Harris County Sheriff’s Office” with a picture of Aljreere and his personal information. At first glance, this would give the impression of a possible law enforcement type credential…but it was far from that. In fact, it was quite the opposite. Aljreere had applied a thin strip of black tape on the photo identification above where “Harris County Sheriff’s Office” read. The Deputy removed the thin strip of black tape, revealing the words “Former Inmate Identification Card.”

 

 

When asked about the incident that had occurred, Aljreere had stated that he only told the witness that he “works for the county and the city, and I know how this works,” but denied ever stating he was a police officer. Aljreere did state he held his altered “Former Inmate Identification Card” while making contact with the witness, but could not give a reason why. Aljreere was also found to be in the possession of a Springfield XDM 9mm semi-automatic handgun during this incident, which was fully loaded with the magazine inserted and a cartridge in the chamber.

 

The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office was contacted during the investigation, and charges of felony Impersonating a Public Servant and Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon were accepted by the Assistant District Attorney. Aljreere was placed in custody. During the search of Aljreere’s vehicle incident to his arrest, Deputies also recovered Xanax (Alprazolam) prescription pills. Aljreere was charged with an additional charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance.

 

While Deputies were speaking with Aljreere on scene during the investigation, Aljreere stated he had “always wanted to be a police officer.” Aljreere was transported and released to The Montgomery County Jail where as of this publish date, he is being held on a $25,000.00 USD bond.

 

Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden understands the service and sacrifice it takes to be a law enforcement officer, and this incident could’ve been a lot worse given the presence of firearms and narcotics. Thankfully, the diligence of our quick acting local law enforcement and the willingness of this witness to report the incident, led to a safe resolve and arrest of a potentially dangerous individual.

 

Source:

Dep. Chris Keen

Montgomery County Constable, Pct. 4

Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden

   

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