Galco.jpg                 

  

50 club.jpg

 

Swimmer Drowns In Lake Conroe
Montgomery County
   
 
More Today's News:
ߦ   U.S. Supreme Court rules Texas death row inmate had an ineffective lawyer, orders new review
ߦ   Cedar Park Man Charged with Possession of Unregistered Destructive Device during Protest
ߦ   DA Kim Ogg announces results of protest case review
ߦ   Deputy Constable Honored
ߦ   Drug Dealer Who Sold Fatal Heroin Sentenced to 20 Years
ߦ   El Paso Man Pleads Guilty to Role in Scheme to Sell Protected Cacti
ߦ   Paris Police Dept - Daily Activity Summary
ߦ   Suicidal man sentenced after deliberately ramming stolen pickup truck into military base
ߦ   Call and response
ߦ   Colorado’s youngest black elected official is now the face of Denver’s protests
ߦ   Dallas’ Chief Hall implements ‘duty to intervene’ policy after calls for greater police accountability
ߦ   New questions about old problems
ߦ   New York state of mind
ߦ   Police News Links
ߦ   The eyes of the nation on Washington, D.C., this weekend

 
Search Archives:
PHILIP CASH
Constable Precinct #1
Montgomery County

Media Advisory
For Immediate Release
May 24, 2020

Yesterday at approximately 4:40pm the Montgomery County Precinct 1 Constables office responded to a drowning near East Beach on Lake Conroe. During the subsequent investigation Deputies learned the following:
A male subject jumped off of a boat in an attempt to swim to the beach. While swimming he became distressed, nearby boaters attempted to help the victim but were unsuccessful in reaching him before he went under the water.
Montgomery County Precinct 1 Marine Division along with Texas Parks and Wildlife; North Montgomery County Fire Department - ESD 1, Montgomery County Pct. 1 Dive Team, Conroe Fire Department and Montgomery County Hospital District, all assisted in the search and recovery of the male.
The male was located by side scan sonar and recovered by divers in thirteen (13) feet of water.
The Male was identified as: Robert O Walker B/M 46 years of age from Houston, Texas
Constable Cash wishes to express his condolences to the family in this time of grief.
Constable Cash wants everyone to enjoy Lake Conroe responsibly. Boaters are asked to familiarize themselves with the SJRA Rules and Safe Operation of their vessel before going the water. Everyone who uses the lake is encouraged to always wear a PFD when entering the water.
Post a comment
Name/Nickname:
(required)
Email Address: (must be a valid address)
(will not be published or shared)
Comments: (plain text only)
Printer Friendly Format  Printer Friendly Format    Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend    RSS Feed  RSS Feed
© 1999-2020 The Police News. All rights reserved.