Found dis sh*t!!! WTF??? This old n*gga snitchin his way outta prison! Watch out for this n*gga... he is some dam crackhead b*tch. Gary "White Boy" Scott is what he calls hisself. He lives with some lying ho named Lori Regil and her daughter michelle. they is always turning tricks and fronting for rocks and snitchin to the police to get there dope fo free.
CAUSE: 09-249016 COUNTY NUMBER: 385903
NAME: SCOTT, GARRETT BERNARD
SCOTT, GARY BERNARD
ADDRESS: 13695 BERT BROWN RD.
CITY: CONROE STATE/ZIP: TX 77302
BIRTH DATE: 06/14/1947 BIRTH PLACE: TX
RACE: B SEX: M
HEIGHT: 600 WEIGHT: 230
EYES: GRN HAIR: BLK
SCARS MARKS TATOOS:
DLIC NO: 17178984 DLIC STATE: TX
PIN NO: 102445 NCIC NO:
SID NO: TX03490230 FBI NO: 822478DA0
Following his arrest on November 15, 2007, Garrett Scott entered into a contract with the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office. Scott admitted he committed the offense of possession of a controlled substance, specifically cocaine, and agreed to work under the direction of Sergeant David Womack to furnish information that would lead to the arrest and indictment in eight cases “for Felony 2 or above controlled substance offenses.”
David Womack, sergeant over narcotics with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Department, testified at trial. He related that he interviewed Scott to determine if Scott knew enough people to purchase narcotics from to complete the eight cases as set forth in the contract. According to Womack, Scott gave him several names. Womack did not recall if Scott provided him with King's name. Womack testified that on May 13, 2008, Scott was working with Womack as a confidential informant pursuant to his contract with the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office.
Womack testified that Scott was attempting to set up a narcotics purchase from an individual known as “5 Deuce.” Womack stated that Scott had 5 Deuce's phone number and called him to set up the purchase. Scott was unable to make contact with 5 Deuce, but Scott thought he knew the general area where he could find 5 Deuce selling drugs. Womack and three other detectives met Scott at a specific location where the detectives checked Scott's person and his vehicle to make sure there was no contraband and provided Scott with impress money to purchase the narcotics. The detectives placed a recording device in Scott's shirt pocket. They followed Scott to the “Dugan area” of Conroe. Womack explained that although they followed Scott to the neighborhood, they did not follow him to the location where the transaction was to take place because of fear they would be recognized. According to Womack, Scott “went in probably two or three blocks on his own.”