Arrest Made for Violation of Emergency Protection Order in The Woodlands

By: Scott Spencer, Lieutenant
| Published 05/24/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- On May 25, 2024, at about 3:54 pm, Deputies from the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office arrested Jason Spencer, 51, for violating an order of emergency protection. Deputies were dispatched to a protected address in The Woodlands after receiving a call that Jason Spencer was at the residence in direct violation of a protection order issued by the 263rd District Court of Harris County.

Upon their prompt arrival, Deputies found Jason Spencer seated in his car in front of the protected residence. Deputies detained him while the protection order was verified. Subsequently, Jason Spencer was arrested for violating the protective order and transported to the Montgomery County Jail for booking.

Protective orders are vital instruments in shielding individuals from harassment, abuse, and threats. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is unwavering in its commitment to rigorously enforcing these orders, ensuring the safety and well-being of our community members. When a protective order is violated, it is the duty of law enforcement to act swiftly and decisively, upholding the integrity of the judicial system and safeguarding those at risk.

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