Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Maverick County Daily Reports-February 09, 2016

Family Violence/Theft-A complainant on Fresno Street reported his step son had physically assaulted him by punching him several times in the facial area with a closed fist while having a verbal argument.

Wanted Person-Thirty-seven year old Felipe Javier Gomez-Dorado was arrested at the international Port of Entry #1 this afternoon after a background check revealed an active warrant for his arrest.


Information Report/Motor Vehicle Accident-Deputies responded to US Highway 277 North after a a 2004 F-150  was involved in a single vehicle rollover accident. The driver, identified as Marco Perez was treated at the scene for minor injuries. The Texas Department of Public Safety was on the scene and has taken over the investigation.


Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Maverick County Daily Reports-February 08, 2016

Burglary of Vehicle-A complainant on Sunrise Loop reported unknown subject(s) entered his vehicle without consent and took several items, including a Glock .222 pistol.

Wanted Person-A deputy was dispatched to the international Port of Entry #1, where CBP agents detained Jose Angel Macias after it was revealed he had an active warrant. Deputies confirmed the warrant out of Maverick County and took Mr. Macias into custody and transported him to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Burglary of Habitation-A deputy responded to Tesoro Loop this morning, where a complainant reported someone having entered her home without her consent and took several items, including two tv's and a Playstation 4 entertainment system.

Assault/Family Violence/Criminal Mischief-Deputies responded to Palma Street after a complainant reported her juvenile daughter was striking her and had damaged the windshield to a vehicle by the location. The juvenile was detained at the scene.

Monday, February 8, 2016

Maverick County Daily Reports-February 07, 2016

Possession of Marijuana under 2 oz.-A deputy was dispatched to the United States Border Patrol checkpoint on US Highway 57 after a known male subject was found to be in  possession of marijuana. He was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Wanted Person-A deputy responded to the City of Eagle Pass Police Station after city officers detained a male subject with an active warrant out of the Maverick County Sheriff's Office. The subject, Antonio Cesar Gonzalez, was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Located Runaway-A female juvenile attempting to enter the United States from Mexico was detained after a background check indicated she had been reported as a runaway. The female was released  to the custody of her parents.

Maverick County PRESS RELEASE


                                         Maverick County Sheriff's Office[PRESS RELEASE]

At approximately 6:34 PM on February 06, 2016, deputies were dispatched to the Cinco Ranch on FM1021 in reference to an accidental shooting. Contact was made with United States Border Patrol agents at the location, who led deputies to the scene of the accident. Upon arrival, the deputy noticed a male subject later identified as Stephen Davis of Hebron, Connecticut laying in the brush face up and unresponsive. Mr. Davis was found with an apparent wound to the left side of his torso.

Contact was made with Alvin Chase of Warren, Maine who stated while hunting, he shot at a wild hog and accidentally struck Davis. Mr. Chase further stated he approached Mr. Davis and noticed he was on his hands and knees on the ground. EMS crews were at the scene, where Justice of the Peace Madera declared Mr. Davis deceased at 7:22 PM.

Maverick County Daily Reports-Febuary 06, 2015

Information Report/Motor Vehicle Accident-Deputies patrolling South Veteran's Boulevard early this morning observed an 18-wheeler flipped over on its side at the intersection of FM1021 and South Veteran's Boulevard. Contact was made with Jesus Francisco Vasquez, the driver of the trailer, who stated he was attempting to make a right turn onto FM1021 when he felt the shipment load begin to shift. The load shifted the weight, causing the the 18-wheeler to flip on its side. The City of Eagle Pass Police Department was on scene at the location and has taken over the investigation. Mr. Vasquez refused medical attention at the time of the report.

Assault-A deputy responded to the intersection of Bibb Ave. and FM1021, where a female complainant reported being assaulted by a known male subject.

Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon-Officers responded to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center emergency room after a male subject reported he was assaulted by an unknown male subject with a beer bottle, causing a laceration on the forehead area.

Assault, Family Violence-A complainant on the 2100 block of Coyunda reported having gotten into an argument with her husband that escalated into physical contact. The complainant stated that her husband began to argue with their fifteen year old daughter and assaulted her as well.

Minor Motor Vehicle Accident-Deputies responded to the intersection of Main Street and Veteran's Boulevard, where a City of Eagle Pass police unit was involved in a minor motor vehicle accident. Both parties refused medical attention at the time and damages reported were minimal.

Assault, Family Violenceb-A complainant on Dubb Street reported her ex-husband had assaulted her fourteen year old daughter, hitting her in the right cheek area with a closed fist.

Wanted Person-A county unit was dispatched to the international Port of Entry #1 after agents detained a male subject with an active warrant. A TCIC/NCIC check on Marcelio Mireles revealed an active warrant out of Maverick County. Mr. Mireles was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Family Violence/Assault-Deputies arrested sixty year old Hector Medina after it was revealed that he had physically assaulted his son while having a verbal argument.

Wanted Person-Jose Alfredo Lujan-Mendez was arrested at the international Port of Entry after a check revealed an outstanding warrant of of Maverick County. He was then transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Family Violence-Deputies detained a female juvenile after she had physically assaulted her sister and step-father.

Maverick County Daily Reports-February 05, 2016

Identity Theft-A complainant on the 300 block of Winchester reported an unknown subject was using her personal information without her consent.

Theft-A resident on Memo Robinson Road reported unknown subject(s) had taken items without consent.

Criminal Mischief-Deputies responded to Vanessa Street where unknown subject(s) had shattered the windshield to a vehicle.

Family Violence/Assault-Deputies responded to a residence in Quemado, Texas after a female subject reported she had a verbal argument with a male subject that made her fear for her life. The male was taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

A Public Service Announcement from the City of Eagle Pass


Public Service Announcement
The City of Eagle Pass Public Works Department will begin the reconstruction of Meadow Wood Drive from cul-de-sac sac to Royal Ridge Drive on February 08, 2016. During the process, no through traffic will be allowed. Barricades will be set up during the reconstruction to control traffic flow.

During the reconstruction there will be heavy equipment, dust, and noise in and around the construction area. We recommend that cars not drive over the construction zone, unless necessary, and if so, to do so slowly. We ask for your cooperation in obeying all traffic signs, including flagmen assigned to the area. No parking will be allowed on the right of way during construction. If vehicles remain on the right of way, wrecker service will be utilized at the owner's expense. Sprinklers will not be allowed to be left on overnight during the period of construction. Failure to abide will lead to a citation to municipal court.

It is the intention of the Public Works Department to finish the reconstruction as quickly as possible but there may be unforeseeable delays due to the actual condition of the in-place materials. Cooperation from all residents will also enhance the construction.

If you need additional information or have any questions, please call our office at 830-773-9408.