Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4

Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4 The Precinct 4 Constable's Office is the largest Constable's Office in the United States and proudly serves the citizens of north Harris County, TX as a full-service law enforcement agency.

The mission of the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office is to improve the quality of life for our citizens by working collaboratively with area law enforcement, commissioner’s court, our community, and our contract holders to prevent crime, enforce the law, reduce fear, increase mobility and target violent offenders for prosecution.

CONSTABLES HAVE THE WATCH! Another Monday in the books. It's time for you to wind down and relax. Your Precinct 4 Consta...
07/20/2021

CONSTABLES HAVE THE WATCH!

Another Monday in the books. It's time for you to wind down and relax. Your Precinct 4 Constables have the watch tonight!

Follow us at ‪Facebook.com/Precinct4 and download our new mobile app “C4 NOW” to receive live feeds on crime, arrests, safety tips, traffic accidents and road conditions in your area.

CONSTABLES HAVE THE WATCH!

Another Monday in the books. It's time for you to wind down and relax. Your Precinct 4 Constables have the watch tonight!

Follow us at ‪Facebook.com/Precinct4 and download our new mobile app “C4 NOW” to receive live feeds on crime, arrests, safety tips, traffic accidents and road conditions in your area.

CONSTABLES ARREST SUSPECT FOR CRIMINAL MISCHIEF On July 19, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office responded...
07/20/2021

CONSTABLES ARREST SUSPECT FOR CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

On July 19, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office responded to the 13800 block of Ella Boulevard in reference to a criminal mischief. Upon deputies arriving, they located the suspect and identified her as Brittany Monique Taylor.

Further investigation revealed that she caused significant damage to a vehicle by breaking out all the windows.

“Brittany Taylor was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, charged with Criminal Mischief. Her bond and court information have not been set at this time." - Constable Mark Herman

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CONSTABLES ARREST SUSPECT FOR CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

On July 19, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office responded to the 13800 block of Ella Boulevard in reference to a criminal mischief. Upon deputies arriving, they located the suspect and identified her as Brittany Monique Taylor.

Further investigation revealed that she caused significant damage to a vehicle by breaking out all the windows.

“Brittany Taylor was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, charged with Criminal Mischief. Her bond and court information have not been set at this time." - Constable Mark Herman

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CONSTABLES ARREST A SUSPECTED DRUNK DRIVER. On July 18, 2021, a deputy with Constable Mark Herman's Office conducted a t...
07/19/2021

CONSTABLES ARREST A SUSPECTED DRUNK DRIVER.

On July 18, 2021, a deputy with Constable Mark Herman's Office conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 9300 block of FM 1960 Road W. The driver was identified as Debo Hassan, who displayed several signs of intoxication.

Standardized Field Sobriety Tests were administered and it was discovered that he was driving while intoxicated.

"Debo Hassan was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, charged with driving while intoxicated. His bond was set at $100.00 out of County Court 8." - Constable Mark Herman

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CONSTABLES ARREST A SUSPECTED DRUNK DRIVER.

On July 18, 2021, a deputy with Constable Mark Herman's Office conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 9300 block of FM 1960 Road W. The driver was identified as Debo Hassan, who displayed several signs of intoxication.

Standardized Field Sobriety Tests were administered and it was discovered that he was driving while intoxicated.

"Debo Hassan was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, charged with driving while intoxicated. His bond was set at $100.00 out of County Court 8." - Constable Mark Herman

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TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO THE ARREST OF A WANTED FELON! On July 17, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office condu...
07/19/2021

TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO THE ARREST OF A WANTED FELON!

On July 17, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 17400 block of Rainer Valley Lane.

The driver was identified as Christopher Collins who showed to have an outstanding warrant for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

"Christopher Collins was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail for the warrant. His bond was set at $25,000.00 out of the 185th District Court." - Constable Mark Herman

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TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO THE ARREST OF A WANTED FELON!

On July 17, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 17400 block of Rainer Valley Lane.

The driver was identified as Christopher Collins who showed to have an outstanding warrant for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

"Christopher Collins was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail for the warrant. His bond was set at $25,000.00 out of the 185th District Court." - Constable Mark Herman

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CONSTABLES ARREST SUSPECT FOR EVADING! On July 18, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office responded to the 2...
07/19/2021

CONSTABLES ARREST SUSPECT FOR EVADING!

On July 18, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office responded to the 23800 block of Pebworth Place in reference to a suspicious person. Upon deputies arriving, the reportee advised an unknown male was on the roof.

Deputies made contact with the suspect who refused to comply with verbal commands to come down from the roof. Once deputies attempted to detain him, he evaded on foot. After a brief chase, he was detained and identified as Bobby Jackson.

“Bobby R Jackson was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, charged with Evading on Foot. His bond was set at $100.00 out of County Court 10." - Constable Mark Herman

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TRAFFIC ALERTConstables are working a 2 vehicle crash in the 18700 block of Kenswick Drive near Will Clayton Parkway. On...
07/19/2021

TRAFFIC ALERT

Constables are working a 2 vehicle crash in the 18700 block of Kenswick Drive near Will Clayton Parkway.

One occupant was ejected from the vehicle. EMS is enroute to treat reported injuries.

Both lanes of Kenswick Drive are currently shut down. EXPECT DELAYS.L

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TRAFFIC ALERT

Constables are working a 2 vehicle crash in the 18700 block of Kenswick Drive near Will Clayton Parkway.

One occupant was ejected from the vehicle. EMS is enroute to treat reported injuries.

Both lanes of Kenswick Drive are currently shut down. EXPECT DELAYS.L

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DOWNLOAD OUR NEW APP TO STAY INFORMED! Constable Mark Herman Introduces New Custom Crime App, C4NOW!Constable Mark Herma...
07/19/2021

DOWNLOAD OUR NEW APP TO STAY INFORMED!

Constable Mark Herman Introduces New Custom Crime App, C4NOW!

Constable Mark Herman and his team are proud to announce the introduction of “C4 NOW”, a custom app for your smart phone designed to keep the residents of Precinct 4 and North Harris County informed of real time crime in the area, traffic hazards, accidents, road conditions, and threats to public safety.

This app is just part of Constable Herman’s commitment to transparency, safety and security. The app is designed to notify residents of important information about what is going on in and around your communities.

It is our belief that an informed community is a safe community.
Search for and download your FREE C4 NOW APP today on your device from the Apple or Google Store.

Follow us at ‪Facebook.com/Precinct4‬ and Download our new mobile app “C4 NOW” to receive live feeds on crime, arrests, safety tips, traffic accidents and road conditions in your area.

DOWNLOAD OUR NEW APP TO STAY INFORMED!

Constable Mark Herman Introduces New Custom Crime App, C4NOW!

Constable Mark Herman and his team are proud to announce the introduction of “C4 NOW”, a custom app for your smart phone designed to keep the residents of Precinct 4 and North Harris County informed of real time crime in the area, traffic hazards, accidents, road conditions, and threats to public safety.

This app is just part of Constable Herman’s commitment to transparency, safety and security. The app is designed to notify residents of important information about what is going on in and around your communities.

It is our belief that an informed community is a safe community.
Search for and download your FREE C4 NOW APP today on your device from the Apple or Google Store.

Follow us at ‪Facebook.com/Precinct4‬ and Download our new mobile app “C4 NOW” to receive live feeds on crime, arrests, safety tips, traffic accidents and road conditions in your area.

SUSPECT ARRESTED ON HIS SECOND DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED CHARGE! On July 18, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's...
07/19/2021

SUSPECT ARRESTED ON HIS SECOND DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED CHARGE!

On July 18, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 25000 block of Tomball Parkway. The driver was identified as Michael Padia, who displayed multiple signs of intoxication.

Standardized Field Sobriety Tests were administered and it was determined that he was driving while intoxicated. A blood search warrant was executed and a specimen of his blood was collected.

Further investigation revealed he had a previous DWI charge on his record.

"Michael Padia was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, charged with Driving While Intoxicated - Second Offense. His bond was set at $100.00 out of County Court 3." - Constable Mark Herman

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SUSPECT ARRESTED ON HIS SECOND DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED CHARGE!

On July 18, 2021, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 25000 block of Tomball Parkway. The driver was identified as Michael Padia, who displayed multiple signs of intoxication.

Standardized Field Sobriety Tests were administered and it was determined that he was driving while intoxicated. A blood search warrant was executed and a specimen of his blood was collected.

Further investigation revealed he had a previous DWI charge on his record.

"Michael Padia was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, charged with Driving While Intoxicated - Second Offense. His bond was set at $100.00 out of County Court 3." - Constable Mark Herman

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REST IN PEACE MARINE LANCE CORPORAL ARMANDO HERNANDEZ.On July 17, 2021, members of Constable Mark Herman's office assist...
07/19/2021

REST IN PEACE MARINE LANCE CORPORAL ARMANDO HERNANDEZ.

On July 17, 2021, members of Constable Mark Herman's office assisted surrounding agencies in bringing home United States Marine Lance Corporal Armando Hernandez.

Lance Corporal Hernandez was killed oversees while serving our great nation.

Our hearts are heavy here at the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office as we honor this exemplary young man, his family and this country's loss in his passing.

It is an honor and a privilege to serve our communities and we pray for LCpl Hernandez's family and friends and all of the brave men and women who proudly serve in the United States armed forces.

Rest in peace LCpl Armando Hernandez.

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FOLLOW CONSTABLE HERMAN'S TIPS TO AVOID ROAD RAGE. IT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE! Another victim has been shot and killed from a...
07/19/2021

FOLLOW CONSTABLE HERMAN'S TIPS TO AVOID ROAD RAGE. IT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE!

Another victim has been shot and killed from a suspected road rage incident overnight!!

With the recent rise of road rage related deaths, we strongly urge you to follow Constable Mark Herman’s tips to slow down, calm down and stay safe even with aggressive drivers on the road. It can save your life!

Practice polite driving habits: Avoid tailgating, cutting off other vehicles, speeding, weaving, leaving high beam headlights on, and erratic braking. Don’t drive in the left lane slower than the rest of traffic. Merge politely, and always err on the side of being courteous.

Slow down: Simply let aggressive drivers go around you and typically, they will quickly be on their way.

Get away from aggressive drivers: If you notice a driver with aggressive behavior, get some distance between you, whether you slow down and let them get ahead or change lanes so you’re not right next to each other.

Don’t make rude gestures or yell at other drivers: Remember, you’re not the police, and it’s not your job to remind others how to drive, even if they’re doing a terrible job.

Use your horn sparingly: Horns should primarily be used in emergency situations. Tap your horn lightly if you need to get a driver’s attention, and give drivers ahead of you at lights a few extra seconds of grace before honking to remind them to move through the intersection.

Apologize if you’ve done something wrong: If you’ve accidentally cut off another driver, braked too fast, or made some other mistake that could be offensive, simply smile and wave as an apology. This will disarm and calm most drivers.

Adjust your driving attitude: Give other drivers the benefit of the doubt. Many mistakes are unintentional and not meant as a personal offense. Consider whether responding aggressively is worth being injured or killed.

Have reasonable expectations about your travel time: Know when you’ll be driving in traffic, give yourself plenty of time, and don’t set unreasonable expectations for how fast you’ll get to your destination.

Call 911 if you’re under attack: If an aggressive driver attacks you, call 911 right away and stay on the phone with the dispatcher.

Consider driving to the nearest police station, convenience store, or other public location with witnesses. Do not drive home.

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FOLLOW CONSTABLE HERMAN'S TIPS TO AVOID ROAD RAGE. IT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE!

Another victim has been shot and killed from a suspected road rage incident overnight!!

With the recent rise of road rage related deaths, we strongly urge you to follow Constable Mark Herman’s tips to slow down, calm down and stay safe even with aggressive drivers on the road. It can save your life!

Practice polite driving habits: Avoid tailgating, cutting off other vehicles, speeding, weaving, leaving high beam headlights on, and erratic braking. Don’t drive in the left lane slower than the rest of traffic. Merge politely, and always err on the side of being courteous.

Slow down: Simply let aggressive drivers go around you and typically, they will quickly be on their way.

Get away from aggressive drivers: If you notice a driver with aggressive behavior, get some distance between you, whether you slow down and let them get ahead or change lanes so you’re not right next to each other.

Don’t make rude gestures or yell at other drivers: Remember, you’re not the police, and it’s not your job to remind others how to drive, even if they’re doing a terrible job.

Use your horn sparingly: Horns should primarily be used in emergency situations. Tap your horn lightly if you need to get a driver’s attention, and give drivers ahead of you at lights a few extra seconds of grace before honking to remind them to move through the intersection.

Apologize if you’ve done something wrong: If you’ve accidentally cut off another driver, braked too fast, or made some other mistake that could be offensive, simply smile and wave as an apology. This will disarm and calm most drivers.

Adjust your driving attitude: Give other drivers the benefit of the doubt. Many mistakes are unintentional and not meant as a personal offense. Consider whether responding aggressively is worth being injured or killed.

Have reasonable expectations about your travel time: Know when you’ll be driving in traffic, give yourself plenty of time, and don’t set unreasonable expectations for how fast you’ll get to your destination.

Call 911 if you’re under attack: If an aggressive driver attacks you, call 911 right away and stay on the phone with the dispatcher.

Consider driving to the nearest police station, convenience store, or other public location with witnesses. Do not drive home.

Follow us at ‪Facebook.com/Precinct4 and download our new mobile app “C4 NOW” to receive live feeds on crime, arrests, safety tips, traffic accidents and road conditions in your area.

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6831 Cypresswood Dr.
Spring, TX
77379

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The Precinct 4 Constable's Office is a full-service law enforcement agency that serves north Harris County, Texas. The Constable's Office has multiple divisions and units including the: Patrol Division, Warrants Division, Criminal Investigations Division, Civil and Writs Division, Toll Road Division, Parks Division, Reserve Division, K9 Unit, Special Operations Unit, Environmental Crimes Unit, Family Violence Unit, High Tech Crimes Unit, Regulatory Enforcement Unit, Accident Investigations Unit, Honor Guard Unit, Training Academy, DWI Task Force, Emissions Task Force and more.

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(832) 927-6205

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