Pct. 4: Man arrested in infamous Super Bowl 51 prositution bust now caught with stolen RV trailer, drugs

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HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — A man has been charged with drug possession and theft after being caught with a stolen RV trailer during a traffic stop in north Houston, Constable Mark Herman’s Office Pct. 4 said.

Edward Hood, 46, is charged with theft between $30,000 – $150,000.

Officers forced Hood to pull over March 11 in the 2900 block of N. Beltway 8 West because of an alleged traffic violation. The constable’s office said after an investigation, officers learned the trailer was stolen from Montgomery County, although the theft had yet to be reported.

Hood was also in possession of a controlled substance, officers said.

Hood is being held at the Harris County Jail on a $15,000 bond.

The suspect was also one of dozens of men arrested during a prostitution sting spanning the week of Super Bowl 51 in February.

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