Thursday, September 19, 2019

Maverick County Daily Reports-September 18, 2019

Fraud/Identity Theft-A complainant on Ghost Rider Street reported unknown subject(s) obtained her personal information to open up a credit card account and made several purchases without consent.

Theft-The manager of a Family Dollar store on FM1021 reported a male subject took approximately $500.00 of hygienic products without paying. A formal report was filed.

Motor Vehicle Accident-Units responded to US Highway 277 north near FM 1907 this afternoon in reference to a single motor vehicle accident involving a 1996 Ford dumpster truck. Preliminary investigations revealed the vehicle had been travelling northbound when it veered off the road. The driver then over corrected the wheel, causing the vehicle to lose control and turn over. Air Evac crews arrived at the location to transport the driver, identified as forty-two year old Aide Medina, to a San Antonio area hospital. The Texas Department of Public Safety arrived at the location and has since taken over the investigation.

Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle/Possession of Marijuana under 2 oz.-A deputy was dispatched to the United States Border Patrol checkpoint on US highway 57 North after patrol agents detained a male and female subject who were in possession fraudulent identifications. Agents also recovered a clear plastic baggy containing a green leafy substance found inside the vehicle, which came back reported as stolen out of the Houston,Texas area. Contact was made with the subjects, identified as twenty-one year old Devin Nicholas Bracy and twenty-one year old Dominise Richardson, who each gave conflicting stories. The two were placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing. The vehicle was impounded to the Maverick County Sheriff's Office and the substance, which tested positive for marijuana, along with the fake identifications were placed in the evidence locker for safekeeping.

Maverick County Daily Reports-September 17, 2019

Criminal Mischief-Deputies were dispatched to Las Quintas Blvd. this morning, where unknown subject(s) had broken to the sinks and toilets to the restrooms in Lopetegui Park. A formal report was filed.

Deceased Person-A unit responded to Paloma Ranch this morning after Border Patrol agents reported coming upon an unresponsive male subject. Justice of the Peace Smith was summoned to the scene and pronounced the male subject deceased at approximately 10:22 AM.

Disorderly Conduct-Deputies this afternoon arrested a male subject identified as Josue Rocha after EMS crews reported Mr. Rocha failed to comply with requests. Contact was made with the subject, who also refused to comply to deputy requests and began walking into oncoming traffic on FM1021. He was taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.


Monday, September 16, 2019

Maverick County Daily Reports-September 16, 2019

Assault/Family Violence-A deputy was dispatched to a residence on the 200 block of Park Street early this morning after a female complainant reported she had been involved in a verbal argument with her boyfriend which turned into a physical confrontation, causing several lacerations to her leg. She would refuse medical attention. The male subject, identified as Juan Hernandez, was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Burglary of Habitation-A complainant on the 3000 block of Tabachin reported entered her residence and took two television sets without her consent. A formal report was filed.

Assault-A correctional officer at the GEO facility on FM131 reported he had been physically assaulted by an inmate and was transported to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center after sustaining injuries during the altercation. This case is under investigation.

Maverick County Daily Reports-September 15, 2019

Burglary of Building-A unit responded to Park Street this afternoon when a complainant stated unknown subject(s)  forced into into his building and took several items without consent. A formal report was filed.

Burlgary of Habitation-A resident on Ramirez Road told deputies an unknown subject(s) had entered his home without his consent and and took a television set. A formal report was filed.

Possession of a Controlled Substance-A county unit was dispatched to the international port of entry #2 this evening after agents at the port had detained two female subjects when a check revealed two trap doors on the vehicle floorboard. A secondary inspection yielded the discovery of approximately 2,200 grams of heroin and 22,360 grams of methamphetamine under the trap doors. The driver, identified as thirty-nine year old Paola Guadalupe Munoz Guillen Guadalajara was placed under arrest for possession of a controlled subtance. A second occupant was also detained for investigative purposes. The vehicle has since been towed to the Maverick County Sheriff's Office and the evidence was recovered from the scene.

Wanted Person-Francisco Javier Garcia was taken into custody at the international port of entry #2 this evening after a check revealed an open warrant for his arrest. The warrant out of Medina County was confirmed and Garcia was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.


Maverick County Daily Reports-September 14, 2019

Public Intoxication-A deputy made contact with a female subject walking along side FM1021 early this morning. The subject, twenty-two year old Yulissa Garduno, displayed unstable movements and signs of intoxication. She was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Public Intoxication-A county unit patrolling Elk Lane this morning observed a female subject walking on the side of the road. Contact was made with the subject, identified as Ana Gabriela Jimenez, who displayed unbalanced movements and had a slurred speech. She was taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Friday, September 13, 2019

Maverick County Daily Reports-September 13, 2019

Assault/Family Violence-A complainant on the 1300 block of Agarita Street reported she had been physically assaulted by a known male subject. A formal complaint was filed.

Wanted Person-Deputies responded to the international port of entry #2 after agents at the port had taken custody of a male subject turned over by Mexican authorities. The subject, twenty-eight year old Robbie Frank Vargas, had a warrant for his arrest after having escaped a US Marshals halfway house. He was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Wanted Person-Ubaldo Martinez was arrested at the international port of entry #1 this morning after a background check alerted CBP agents of an active warrant out of the US Marshals Service. Deputies were able to confirm the warrant and Mr. Martinez was taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Wanted Person-Deputies arrested a male subject after a check revealed an active warrant out of the Maverick County Sheriff's Office. The subject, Alberto Villalobos, was transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Theft-A complainant on the 700 block of Vienna reported his son had broken into his safe and took several items without consent. A formal report was filed.

Evading Arrest-A complainant on the 300 block of School Circle reported her son was in an intoxicated state when he was attempting to gain entry to her home via the rear entrance.Deputies observed the subject acting in an aggressive manner and attempted to make contact, however, the subject fled on foot.  Visual on the subject was lost and a search of the area was done to no avail. A formal report was filed.

Evading Arrest/Possession of Marijuana-a county unit patrolling Spur 216 this evening made contact with the driver of a black Mercedes who claimed his vehicle had run out of gas. Deputies detected a strong marijuana odor emitting from the vehicle and observed the driver had thrown a plastic bag containing a green leafy substance from the side of the vehicle. The subject then evaded deputies on foot when they attempted to place him under restraints for investigative purposes. He would later return to the scene to turn himself in. He was placed under arrest and the marijuana was taken into possession.


Maverick County Daily Reports-September 12, 2019

Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle/Located Stolen Vehicle-Deputies spoke with a resident on the 800 block of Progresso Street who reported unknown subject(s) had taken his vehicle without his consent. Contact was made with the city of Eagle Pass Police Department, who reported the vehicle reported as stolen had been involved in a motor vehicle accident inside of city limits. This case remains under investigation.

Wanted Person-Deputies on patrol this morning conducting a traffic stop arrested twenty year old Wenceslado Jaimes Chavez after a check revealed an active warrant out of Austin, Texas. Investigations in the midst of the traffic stop revealed Mr. Chavez was transporting four undocumented subjects. The subjects were taken into custody by United States Border Patrol agents.

Wanted Person-Contact was made with City of Eagle Pass police officers this morning after they had detained a male subject with an active warrant out of Maverick County. The warrant for the subject, identified as twenty-one year old Oscar Cervantes was confirmed and Mr. Cervantes was taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Stolen Vehicle-A complainant reported unknown subject(s) had taken his utility trailer without his consent. The complainant further stated the last time he had seen the trailer was five months ago on his father's property on FM1021. A report was filed.

Possession of a Controlled Substance/Possession of Drug Paraphernalia-A unit was dispatched to the international port of entry 1 this evening after agents at the port detained two female subjects during secondary inspection. Contact was made with forty-five year old Lydia Contreras, who was found in possession of methamphetamine. A second female, fifty-six year old Laura Mendez, was in possession of drug paraphernalia. The pair were taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.