Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Maverick County Daily Reports-October 16, 2018

Public Intoxication/Prohibited Substances and Items in a Correctional Facility-A deputy on patrol this morning conducted a traffic stop on a Chevrolet Tahoe for a minor infraction on the 2100 block of FM1021. A strong marijuana odor was sensed upon approaching the vehicle and consent to search was given by the driver, identified as Bryan Alexis Mata. A firearm was found in the middle console and both the driver and passenger, Abraham Cisneros, admitted to being under the influence of marijuana. They were placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center.
Upon arrival at TBDC, it was revealed that Mr. Cisneros was concealing two clear plastic baggies containing a green leafy substance and one small clear plastic baggie containing a crystal-like substance. The substances would test positive for marijuana and methamphetamine and Mr. Cisneros faced additional charges. This case has been referred to the criminal investigations division.


Assault/Family Violence-A complainant on Bryan Street reported she was struck by a known male subject during a verbal argument. The subject also took several documents without her consent. A formal report was filed.

Failure to Identify/Resisting Arrest-County units responded to the 200 block of Victoriano in response to a family disturbance. Contact was made with a female complainant at the scene who reported she had been involved in an argument with her common-law husband who kicked her out of the residence. The complainant further stated she willingly accepted to leave and was packing items in her vehicle when her common-law husband became angered and locked the doors to the vehicle with her belongings inside. Contact was also made with the male subject, later identified as Tomas Avila, who was uncooperative with deputy requests. Mr. Avila refused to identify himself during several deputy attempts and resisted detention. After a brief struggle, he was taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center on failure to identify and resisting arrest charges.

Recovered Stolen Property-Investigators conducting a stolen property investigation in Eagle Heights this afternoon observed a utility trailer belonging to a ranch owner out of El Indio, Texas. Contact was made with the owner, who reported he had been looking for the trailer to no avail. It was recovered from the 3000 block of Vanessa and the case is under investigation.  







Recovered Stolen Property-Investigators this afternoon received information that led to the discovery of items previously reported stolen with the Eagle Pass Police Department. Contact was made with a homeowner on the 3000 block of Venessa Street this afternoon, who gave consent to search their truck. Several items were recovered from the bed of the pickup truck ,including an air compressor, hoses, pneumatic air tools, and two tool boxes containing several mechanic tools. The estimated value of the vehicles recovered was $1,800.00. This case remains under investigation.  



Monday, October 15, 2018

Maverick County Daily Reports-October 15, 2018

Assault/Family Violence-A unit responded to the 800 block of Pino Street this morning, where a female subject reported she been assaulted by a male subject when he gained entry into her residence through a window and woke her from her sleep. She further stated she was pushed to the ground after attempting to get out of bed. A formal report was filed.

Maverick County Daily Reports-October 14, 2018

Public Intoxication-Deputies responded to a disturbance in progress on County Road 253 this morning, where contact was made with the parties at the scene upon arrival. One subject who was found in a highly intoxicated state chose to lay in the street and refused to get up and enter his home. Due to his state, the subject identified as Stanley Elizondo was taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Assault-Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center ER this morning where a male subject reported he been assaulted by a group of unknown individuals. The complainant stated the attack occurred in the midst of a brief argument with his wife. The complainant would lose consciousness before seeking assistance and being transported to the ER for treatment.

Motor Vehicle Accident/DWI-Deputies responded to Old Pioneer Road this morning after a vehicle was involved in a single motor vehicle accident. Contact was made with a subject found at the scene who stated the driver of the vehicle had fled the area and had been consuming alcohol prior to driving. The driver was later found nearby with an alcoholic odor emitting from his person. He would admit to having consumed alcohol, however, would refuse to perfom a field sobriety exam or give a specimen of his breath. The subject was placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Motor Vehicle Accident/DWI-Deputies arrested Juan Antonio Rodriguez on DWI charges this morning after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident on FM1021. The collision caused damages to both vehicles and sent the driver of the second vehicle involved to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center for further treatment. Both vehicles were towed by a local wrecker service.


Maverick County Daily Reports-October 13, 2018

Wanted Person-Michael Earl Sullivan was arrested at the international port of entry #2 this morning after a check revealed an open warrant. The warrant out of Hopkins County on a public order crime was confirmed and Mr. Sullivan was transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Wanted Person-A deputy responded to the international port of entry #1 after agents at the port detained a male subject whose check revealed a possible warrant for his arrest. The subject, identified as Gustavo Basaldua III, was arrested after the warrant for probation violation charges was confirmed. He was transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Possession of a Controlled Substance-Fifty year old Deborah Rivera Lerma was arrested at the international port of entry #1 after she was found in possession of methamphetamine. She was then transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Wanted Person-A deputy responded to the 100 block of Escuela, where contact was made with a male subject identified as Mario Perez. A check made on Mr. Perez revealed active warrants for his arrest out of the Dimmit County Sheriff's Office. The warrants were confirmed and Mr. Perez was arrested and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Maverick County Daily Reports-October 12, 2018

Identity Theft-A complainant arrived at the Maverick County Sheriff's Office to report unknown subject(s) are using her personal identification information to open accounts without her consent. A formal report was filed.

Assault/Family Violence-Units responded to a residence on Sosa Street where contact was made with a male subject who reported he had been involved in an argument with his sister which turned physical. Contact was also made with the complainant, who would report the verbal argument with her brother had turned physical when he struck her in the facial area. The subject, Mario Farias, was then placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Public Intoxication-Arturo Garza was arrested on public intoxication charges this afternoon after he was reported found lying by the canal near Memo Robinson Road. Contact was made with Mr. Garzaemittedittied a strong alcoholic odor emitting from his person, had bloodshot eyes, and a slurred speech. Mr. Garza was transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Burglary of Habitation-A deputy responded to the 1700 block of Eidson Road after a complainant reported unknown subject(s) had entered her residence and took a firearm along with other items from the home without her consent.

Friday, October 12, 2018

Maverick County Daily Reports-October 11, 2018

Disorderly Conduct-A deputy responded to a residence on the  2800 block of Sewell Street this morning after neighbors reported hearing noise and items being broken coming from the home next door. Contact was made with two individuals who had received a previous warning to separate. Hugo Beltran Barrientos and Natalie Denise Mendiola were then taken into custody on disorderly conduct charges and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Resisting Arrest/Criminal Mischief/Burglary of Habitation-A complainant on the 2900 block of Cedar reported a known male subject had gained unlawful entry to her residence and was asked to leave. The subject then reacted violently and broke the front windshield and driver side window to her vehicle. Deputies attempting to arrest the subject, identified as Jose Humberto Hernandez, initially met resistance before being able to take him into custody. He was then transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Damage to Property-A deputy met with a property owner on Agua Dulce Road this evening who stated he had heard shots fired near his residence. Upon exiting the home, he observed the rear window to his vehicle completely shattered and believes the damages may have been caused by someone shooting towards his residence. He was, however, unsure as to who may have caused the damages. A formal report was filed.

Maverick County Daily Reports-October 10, 2018

Possession of a Dangerous Drug-Deputies responded to the international port of entry #2 this morning after a male subject found with multiple pills was detained by agents at the port. Gerardo Torres Alejos was placed under arrest for possession of a dangerous drug and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Wanted Person-Juan Torres was placed under arrest at the international port of entry #2 this evening after he was detained at the port by agents when a check revealed an open warrant. The warrant out of Bexar County was confirmed and Mr. Torres was transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Theft/Burglary of Vehicle-A complainant on the 200 block of Cerna Circle reported a known male subject had entered his property and took an item without his consent. The subject also entered his vehicle without consent and took several items. A formal report was filed.


Credit Card/Debit Card Abuse-A resident on Eidson Road reported an unknown actor(s) had taken her debit card without her consent and used it to withdraw funds from her bank account.