New Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office substation serves and protects residents of District 2
THE WOODLANDS, TX – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office unveiled a new facility today to great accolades and with a ceremony attended by community leaders that included a special sort of ribbon-cutting involving crime scene tape.
South side of MoCo has a new state-of-the-art campus
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office District 2 Spring Annex is located at 25046 Abbey Blvd in Spring, just off Rayford at the railroad overpass east of I-45. This 8,000-foot facility includes administrative offices for detectives and patrol officers, an open floor plan designed to facilitate ease of communication, and a satellite maintenance facility that includes full automotive garage services for law enforcement vehicles.
The grand opening ceremony was well-attended by numerous elected officials and community leaders, including Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack, MCSO Sheriff Rand Henderson, Oak Ridge Chief of Police Tom Libby, Montgomery County Precinct 3 Constable Ryan Gable, Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon, Judge Robert Trapp, Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough, and many others.
Judge Keough was proud of his county’s law enforcement’s latest accomplishment. “I think that what we’re doing here reinforces the statement that Montgomery County is serious about law enforcement and ensures that we maintain a safe environment for our constituents, so that they can live the lives they want to live and are entitled to,” he said. “I think that Sheriff Henderson doing this is a great addition.”
Sheriff Henderson too was pleased at the day’s event and what it represented. “It’s a great day; a gathering of elected officials and friends and personnel to open our new District 2 substation which was years in the making,” he said. “We’re also very proud of the maintenance facility, and it’s ready to grow and expand into the future. I appreciate the support of our community and the Commissioners Court for making it possible.”
Henderson was also appreciative of the turnout from other law enforcement leaders in the region. “One of the things that makes us so special and why our crime rate is so low is that we have several different agencies in this region that all work together as a force multiplier. Together we’re stronger, and we all realize that. So we work across jurisdictional lines and in partnerships to get additional skill sets to keep crime at bay.”