Meth, Pot, Warrants, and Fictitious Information, CORRIGAN, July 9, 2015 - On July 3, 2015, Officer Albert Richard, with Corrigan Police Department was on patrol on US-59 in Corrigan when he spotted a white Lincoln Town Car speeding. The vehicle, driven by Kenneth Earl Williams, Jr., 28, of Lufkin was doing 70 mph in a 55 mph zone. Officer Richard initiated a traffic stop. When Richard ran Williams' name, he learned that Williams had multiple arrest warrants out of the City of Corrigan for traffic violations. Richard placed Williams under arrest and loaded him into a unit to be taken to jail. By now Officer Tim Stuckey (also with Corrigan PD) joined Richard to assist. Williams had a passenger in his car. When Officer Stuckey asked the passenger what his name is, the man identified himself as 23 year old Peter Flores. When the officers ran his name, it came back as "no record found". Stuckey detained Flores and placed him in a unit until they could correctly identify him. A wrecker was summoned to pick up their vehicle. During vehicle inventory, the Officers found a glass pipe for smoking dope, two small baggies of marijuana, and four baggies of methamphetamine. Both were transported to Corrigan Police Department. The meth weighed in at a combined total of 14.8 grams. In the meantime, after further investigation, it was learned that Peter Flores was actually Daniel Sylvester Flores, 27, of Moscow. Flores had multiple warrants out of Angelina County. When asked why he lied about his name, he told police that he lied because of the arrest warrants. Flores' arrest warrants out of Angelina County were for: stalking, DWI with child under 15 years of age in car, and harassment (Flores isn't exactly a little angel). Add to that, Flores is now also facing felony charges: Possession of a controlled substance and giving fictitious information to police.
Special thank you: Officer Albert Richard with Corrigan PD
Daniel Sylvester Flores, 27, of Moscow
Kenneth Earl Williams, Jr., 28, of Lufkin
Methamphetamine, marijuana, and a pipe for smoking dope
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