The owner of the truck, who KPRC 2 identified as Karen Forsenca, said the sticker would stay up as it has for almost a year, according to the local news station.
The photo Nehls posted to Facebook shows a GMC Sierra with a sticker on the back that says "F*ck Trump and f*ck you for voting for him".
What the message lacks in wit it apparently made up for in offense, with Nehls saying he had received "numerous calls regarding the offensive display" from citizens hoping that the driver's foul mouth and truck can be washed clean by the law.
He asked for tips on the identity of the truck's owner and said he would "like to discuss it" with the owner.
Another commenter, Linzi Bee, wrote, "I've seen this truck, and I would (be) pleased if the owner of this vehicle was prosecuted for disorderly conduct". The Facebook post has since been deleted after receiving nearly 20,000 comments and more than 10,000 shares, but no license plate number was visible in the photo.
Others see Forsenca's display covered under the umbrella of free speech, however.
Speaking to the Houston Chronicle, Karen Fonseca, the owner of the hotly debated truck, said the decal is "not to cause hate or animosity".
"It's just our freedom of speech and we're exercising it", she said.
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Fonseca says her main issue with the president is she disagrees with his promised border wall. "They're like, 'we wish that we could do this and we had enough guts to do it, and you're doing it'".
"Our Prosecutor has informed us she would accept Disorderly Conduct charges regarding it, but I feel we could come to an agreement regarding a modification to it", Nehls wrote.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas asked the truck owner to contact the organization and offered the sheriff a free legal tip. It reads, in part, "Uses abusive, indecent, profane or vulgar language in a public place, and the language by its very utterance tends to incite an immediate breach of peace".
"It makes people happy, they smile, they stop you, they want to shake your hand", said Fonseca.
"It would be a good time to have meaningful dialogue with that person and express the concerns out there regarding the language on the truck", Nehls said.
In response, Nehls posted a screenshot of Texas' disorderly conduct law in the comments.
"Is it a slow news day in Fort Bend County, or worse yet, isn't there any real crime?" I get your "freedom of speech".