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Published on February 26, 2024
Harris County Deputies Arrest Suspect on Drug Charge During Routine Alarm CallSource: Facebook/Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4

Deputies from Constable Mark Herman's Office hit paydirt on a routine alarm call in Harris County when they nabbed Ryan Delaney, a suspect wanted on a drug charge. The arrest took place on February 25, in a residential area of 19000 block of Droitwich Drive, setting off a chain of events that led to Delaney's apprehension.

The alarm, which initially drew the constables to the scene, turned out to be a fortuitous break in a larger case. Upon arrival and subsequent identification,, it was clear that Delaney was more than just a suspect in the local disturbance. With an active open warrant out of Montgomery County hanging over his head, for Dangerous Drugs, his luck had just run dry.

Details of the arrest came to light when Constable Mark Herman's Office took to social media to inform the public. A post on the official Facebook page stated, "Ryan Delaney was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail, for the out of county warrant."

This wasn't Delaney's first brush with the law, and the charges he faces in Montgomery County are serious. But the outcome of the alarm incident in Harris County, now has him behind bars, awaiting the next steps in the legal process. The constables' swift response demonstrates the often unexpected nature of routine calls and their potential to close the loop on pending legal matters.