Deputies from Constable Ted Heap's Office tracked down a wanted criminal who ran from them in the 1400 block of Westgreen Blvd yesterday morning. Deputies responded to a disturbance in that location a little after 7 a.m.
One of those involved in the disturbance turned out to have an outstanding parole violation warrant from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. As deputies were preparing to take him into custody, the suspect took off running. Constable Heap's K9 deputies were able to locate the suspect hiding in the woods behind a nearby apartment complex. Austin Ray Enke, 26, was arrested and taken to jail. Enke has a long criminal history with multiple misdemeanor and felony arrests in Harris County over the last nine years. #constabletedheap #yourconstable
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Olzman2 New Member
~ 1 year, 0 mos ago
Sep 24, '22 10:12am
I really appreciate Ted Heap now listing the Judges that have let these career criminals and multiple time murders back out on the streets. It shows who the real criminals are. My guess there are people in jail for nothing more than minor infractions, and these career criminals and murders are continually being put back out on the streets.