Traffic stop leads to narcotics arrests

Karley Jaekle and Ryan Daniel.

Deputies with the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Constables Department stopped a vehicle for multiple violations on FM 1488 in Magnolia on Nov. 22.

The driver of the vehicle was identified as Ryan Daniel, a 39 year old male from Conroe, and the passenger in the vehicle was identified as Karley Jaekle, a 34 year old female also from Conroe. Deputies had the driver and passenger exit the vehicle and could see that both were extremely nervous and allegedly showed signs of narcotics use. A Precinct 5 K9 Deputy was called to the scene, and K9 Rocky showed a positive alert on the vehicle for narcotics.  After searching the vehicle, narcotics were found by the Deputies. A bag containing 6.09 grams of Methamphetamine and a tube holding 7.83 grams of Marijuana were allegedly found. Daniel and Jaekle were taken to the Montgomery County Jail and released to jail staff. Upon arriving to the jail, Constable Officials said a baggie containing 3 grams of Methamphetamine was allegedly found in the backseat where Jaekle was sitting, and she was taken inside the jail where jail deputies allegedly found 2 Alprazolam and a cut straw used for inhaling narcotics.  

Ryan Daniel
Karley Jaekle

Daniel was arrested for Possession of a controlled substance Penalty Group 1-a Second degree felony, and for Possession of Marijuana, a class B misdemeanor. Jaekle was arrested for Possession of a controlled substance Penalty Group 1-a Third degree felony, Possession of Marijuana a class B misdemeanor, Possession of a controlled substance Penalty Group 3-a class A misdemeanor, Tampering with evidence, a Third degree felony and for Prohibited substance in a correctional facility, a Third degree felony.  

Drugs that were found during traffic stop in Magnolia. Picture courtesy of Precinct 5 Constable’s Office.

“The Precinct 5 Constable’s Office is proud to serve the citizens in the community and at no time will we allow criminals to freely operate. We will continue to have a presence day and night, 7 days a week to keep our streets a safe place for Montgomery County citizens,” said Constable Chris Jones.

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