Houston Resident Turns Himself In For Outstanding Warrants
A Houston resident turned himself in to the West U Police Department for a warrant for his arrest.
James Peacock, 57, turned himself in for a failure to appear and speeding warrants on June 10 at 10:50 a.m.
Peacock pled not guilty and was released with a new court date.
On June 11, Michael Laudenslager, a 55-year-old Houston resident, was turned over to the West U Police Department for an outstanding warrant for his arrest.
Houston Police Department turned Laudenslager over to West U police for the warrant for running a stop sign.
He paid his fine and was released from jail.
On June 11, Jasper Estes, a 23-year-old Waller resident, was taken into custody for warrants out for his arrest.
Estes was turned over to West U police from the Harris County Constable Precinct 8 for four outstanding warrants.
His warrants include failure to appear, failure to maintain financial responsibility, no inspection and no registration.
Estes was bonded out and released from jail.
On June 12, Sean Sutton, a 40-year-old Houston resident, was arrested for two warrants out for his arrest.
His warrants were for expired inspection and expired registration.
Sutton pled guilty and was released for time served.
On June 12, Ibrahim Abdeldayen, a 26-year-old Houston resident, was arrested for two warrants for his arrest.
His warrants were for failure to maintain financial responsibility and failure to appear.
Abdeldayen was bonded out and released from jail.