Monday, July 6, 2015

Maverick County Daily Reports-July 05, 2015

Possession of Marijuana under 2 oz.-Deputies were dispatched to the Border Patrol South Station where Juan Manuel Perez was found to be in possession of Marijuana. Mr. Perez was arrested and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center.

Disorderly Conduct-Units were dispatched to the 400 block of Bonanza where an aggressive male subject had cut holes in the walls of his room with a knife and was found with a cut to his wrist. EMS was summoned to the scene to treat the male subject, who would be released back to deputies. Mr. Alejandro Brisneo was then arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

Family Violence, Assault, Impeding Breath-Deputies were dispatched to Ghost Rider Road, where a female complainant stated that she had gotten in a fight with her husband over a text message she had on her cellular phone. The female further advised that her husband punched her several times, knocked her down, and choked her to the point where she was not able to breathe. The male subject had left the area prior to deputies arrival.

Information Report-Deputies arrived at the 3200 block of El Indio Highway in reference to a disturbance in progress. Upon arrival, contact was made with both parties, who stated they had a verbal argument. The male subject involved left the area in order to avoid any problems.

Terroristic Threats-A deputy responded to the 3100 block of Cortinas Cirlce after a complainant stated he had been threatened by a known subject.

Located Missing Person-County units made their way to the international Port of Entry #1 in reference to a located missing person. Deputies ran a check on a female juvenile reported missing out of Bexar County. The juvenile was later released to a friend of the famly.

Family Violence, Assault-Deputies responded to the 100 block of Lariat Road in reference to a family assault in progress call. Deputies made contact with the complainant, who stated her husband had pushed her and threatened her. The male subject, identified as Humberto Martinez was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center.

Minor Motor Vehicle Accident-Deputies responded to a minor motor vehicle accident at the Border Patrol Checkpoint on US Highway 57. Upon arrival, units observed a 1982 GMC Sierra with minor front center damages and a 2009 Saturn with minor back center damages. The driver of the Saturn stated she was in line waiting on vehicle inspection when the pickup moved forward and struck her from behind. The drivers refused medical attention at the time of the report.

Motor Vehicle Accident- A reported motor vehicle accident near the intersection of Memo Robinson Road and Caboa Street sent units to the scene at approximately 5:39 PM. Upon arrival, deputies observed a 2009 silver Dodge Nitro with rear end damages and a 2014 black Dodge Journey with sustained front end damages. The driver of the Nitro told deputies he was coming upon a speed bump when the driver of the Journey collided onto his rear. The driver of the black Dodge Journey was transported to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center for further evaluation while the driver of the Nitro was cited for Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility.

Motor Vehicle Accident-Deputies responded to a motor vehicle accident on North Street and US Highway 277 North. Deputies made contact with the drivers of a stationary red Ford Focus and a 2000 Ford Taurus upon arrival and noticed right rear side damages to the Focus and left side damages to the Taurus. The driver of the Taurus told deputies he was driving on North Street when mechanical problems caused his wheel to lock. His vehicle lost control and collided with the Focus. A passenger of the Taurus was then transported to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center for further evaluation. The driver was cited for Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility and No Driver's License.

Maverick County Daily Reports-July 04, 2015

Criminal Mischief-Reporting person told deputies that unknown subjects entered his mechanic shop on the 3300 block of Del Rio Blvd. and broke the windows to three of his clients vehicles.

Driving While Intoxicated-A traffic stop conducted near the intersection of Eidson Road and Vanessa Street on a 2000 Chrysler Van revealed that the driver, identified as Pedro Juan Torres, was intoxicated and unfit to operate a motor vehicle. Mr. Torres was arrested and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center.

Civil Matter-Deputies were dispatched to the 1400 block of Baltica, where a complainant stated that a known male subject owes rent money that is past due.

Possession of Marijuana under 2 oz.-A male individual attempting to enter the United States via Port of Entry #1 pedestrian lane was detained after being found in possession of marijana. Ramon Abelardo Salinas was was arrested and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center.

Animal Bite-A deputy was dispatched to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center after a family's pet rabbit bit the one year old son who was attempting to pet it. 

Maverick County Daily Reports-July 03, 2015

Information Report-Deputies were dispatched to the Chula Vista Subdivision in regards to a suicidal subject early Friday morning. At approximately 2:13 AM, units arrived at the location and observed two male subjects inside the residence. One male exited the home and told deputies he had been able to take a handgun away from his friend. Deputies then entered the residence and were able to secure the male subject. EMS crews were summoned to the scene and the thirty two year-old was transported to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center for further evaluation.

Wanted Person-Deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for a minor traffic violation on the 800 block of Bibb Street. It was then revealed the driver, identified as Roberto Alcala, had an outstanding warrant on theft charges. Mr. Alcala was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Theft-A complainant on the 2000 block of Boulder Ridge told deputies that unknown subject(s) took items without consent.

Theft-A complaintant on the 1900 block of Boulder Ridge told deputies that unknown subject(s) had taken items without consent.

Wanted Person-Deputies were dispatched to the international Port of Entry #1after a female was detained for an outstanding warrant. Aida Aracely Riojas, who had an open warrant out of the Maverick County Sheriff's office on homicide charges, was arrested and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center.

Theft-A female juvenile at the Hopedale Swimming Pool told deputies that she had left her cellular phone in the restroom and that it was gone when she returned.

Disorderly Conduct-Units were dispatched to the 1600 block of Encuentro Street in reference to a family violence call. Upon arrival, it was revealed that both the husband and wife involved had been drinking alcoholic beverages and had gotten physical with one another. Both were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center.


Maverick County Daily Reports-July 02, 2015

Theft-A deputy was dispatched to the 300 block of Crane Street after a complainant stated that unknown subject(s) took items without consent.

Information Report-Deputies made their way to County Road 221, where a female subject advised deputies that she was told by her neighbor of an unknown subject looking through her window.

Information Report-Units conducted a traffic stop on Buena Vista Road on a 1995 green Geo at approximately 1:33 AM. Contact was made with the driver and passenger after disregarding a stop sign. After further investigation, it was discovered that both were undocumented citizens. United States Border Patrol was summoned to the location and took possession of both occupants.

Located Runaway-Deputies responded to the international Port of Entry #2 in reference to a located runaway. The male juvenile was released to his parents and removed from the TCIC/NCIC database.

Minor Motor Vehicle Accident-A county unit was dispatched to the United States Border Patrol checkpoint in reference to a minor MVA. Upon arrival, deputies observed a vehicle had been struck from behind while waiting in line at the checkpoint. Very minor damages occurred and both parties refused medical attention.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Maverick County Sheriff's Office Report for the month of June 2015

A look at the calls received by the Maverick County Sheriff's Office for June 2015:



OFFENSE       QUANTITY

Aggravated Assault-6

Aggravated Sexual Assault-1

Assault-26

Burglary of Building-12

Burglary of Habitation-15

Burglary of Vehicle-5

Civil Matter-42

Criminal Mischief-10

Criminal Trespassing-4

Damage to Property-24

Deceased Report-4

Disorderly Conduct-17

Dog Bite-3

Driving While Intoxicated-1

Evading Arrest-4

Family Violence Assault-29

Fraud-5

Harassment-21

Hit and Run-3

Identity Theft-5

Information Report-95

Injured Person-9

Leaving the Scene of an Accident-2

Located Runaway-7

Located Missing Person-10

Lost Item-4

Motor Vehicle Accident-19

Possession of a Controlled Substance-9

Possession of Marijuana < 2 oz.-15

Public Intoxication-34

Reckless Driving-5

Recovered Narcotics-8

Recovered Stolen Vehicle-3

Runaway-11

Sexual Assault-2

Terroristic Threats-9

Theft-36

Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle-5

Unlawful Carrying of Weapon-2

Wanted Person-42

Total: 564 

Maverick County Daily Reports-July 01, 2015

Hit and Run-Deputies responded to a residence in the Eagle Heights Subdivision after the driver of  a maroon Ford F-150 lost control of the vehicle and struck a chainlink fence of a property and damaged several parked vehicles. The complainant stated that aside from the fence, the F-150 damaged a blue Jeep Grand Cherokee, a tan Kia Spectra, and a red Dodge Ram Pickup all parked within his property. The driver of the F-150 fled the scene prior to deputies arrival and the F-150 was impounded. 

Burglary of Building-A male complainant on the 3000 block of FM1021(EL Indio Highway) advised deputies that unknown subject(s) entered his mechanic shop without his consent and took several tools and equipment.

Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle-A deputy was dispatched to the lobby of the Maverick County Sheriff's Office when a female advised that her sixteen year-old son had taken her pickup without her consent. The juvenile later crashed into three stationary vehicles by the Eagle Heights Subdivision.

Motor Vehicle Accident-Deputies were dispatched to Ritchie Road, where upon arrival, the driver of the vehicle at fault told deputies he was backing up without safety and struck an incoming vehicle. No injuries were reported at the time of the incident.

Theft-An individual arrived to advise deputies that their sister had taken several jewelry items from their bedroom approximately one week ago.

Hit and Run-A complainant advised officers that an unknown vehicle had struck her stationary vehicle at the Shell parking lot on US Highway 277 North and Hopedale Road.

Information Report-A male individual arrived at the the Maverick County Sheriff's Office to advise he had hired several men to work on apartment buildings that he is currently constructing. He stated that the hired men have yet to show up for work and that the tools he purchased for the workers have gone missing. The complainant requested frequent rounds by his property.

Assault-A complainant on the 2000 block of Boulder Ridge stated that a known female had entered her residence and began to strike her in the facial area, back, and both arms.  The female also big the complainant's middle finger, causing lacerations.

Dog Bite-Deputies made their way to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center Emergency Room after a female advised that she had been bitten on her leg by a loose dog. The bite caused lacerations to her thigh and shin area.

Information-A complainant on the 800 block of Cipres Drive advised deputies that his girlfriend entered his mother's residence without her consent. The male subject also stated that he did not want his girlfriend by the location.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Maverick County Daily Reports-June 30, 2015

Deceased Person-Deputies responded to FM 2030 in Chula Vista at approximately 5:51 AM this morning in reference to a welfare check after a complainant stated that her twenty-five year old son, identified as Ernesto Luna, had left the residence walking in an unknown direction. Units arrived and made contact with the mother, who told officers her son has had suicidal tendencies in the past. Deputies conducted a perimeter check of the property and found the 25 year-old Luna hanging from a tree in the backyard. Deputies were able to cut the male down and performed CPR while EMS Crews were in route. Mr. Luna was then transported to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center, where he would be pronounced deceased.

Burglary of Vehicle-A female told deputies that in the early morning hours, she noticed unknown subject(s) gain entry to both of her vehicles and took the GPS navigation systems installed. The incident occurred on the 1200 block of Aurelia Street. 

Wanted Person-A male indvidual, later identified as Juan Diaz, arrived at the Sheriff's Office to turn himself on an active warrant. Mr. Diaz was wanted out of Austin, Texas by the Pardon and Parole Board on a parole violation.

Motor Vehicle Accident-Deputies were dispatched to the intersection of North Street and U.S. Highway 277 North in regards to a reported motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, units made contact with the driver of a green Dodge Charger with sustained injuries to its quarter back panel. The driver of the vehicle deputies the other vehicle involved in the accident had left the scene. She refused medical attention at the time of the report.

Possession of a Dangerous Drug-A male attempting to enter the United States via international  Port of Entry #1 was sent to secondary inspection, where a pat down was conducted on the individual. Upon further investigation, approximately 47 Xanax pills were found in the possession of Jose Juan Lopez. Deputies arrived at the scene to arrest Mr. Lopez and transport him to the Tom Bowles Detention center for processing.

Civil Matter-A complainant told a deputy the he had sold his vehicle to a known subject who had not paid the full amount at the time of purchase. The complainant further stated the male subject had yet to pay the amount owed.

Information Report-A complainant arrived to her residence on the 3800 block of Iris Street to find several items missing from her residence. The complainant stated that her family members had taken the items and she no longer wanted them on her property.