Maverick County Sheriff's Office(PRESS RELEASE)-On Sunday, March 9, 2014 at approximately 9:14 PM Sheriff's deputies responded to a motor vehicle accident involving livestock at the 8100 block of FM 1021(El Indio Highway). Upon arrival, deputies made contact with Miguel Angel Salinas, the driver of a 2004 black Dodge Ram pickup, who stated that he was traveling from El Indio, Texas to Eagle Pass, Texas with his family when a large cow crossed his path on the highway. Mr. Salinas further stated that he struck the cow, causing damages to the front left panel of his vehicle. The driver and his family refused medical treatment at the time of the incident. The livestock was removed from the highway and onto the side of the road.
Monday, March 10, 2014
Maverick County Sheriff's Office (PRESS RELEASE)-Sheriff's deputies responded to a motor vehicle accident in the early hours of Sunday, March 09, 2014. Deputies arrived to the 1100 block of Baltica Street at approximately 6:46 AM to find a 2005 silver Dodge Ram collided with a light pole after having struck a residential fence. Eagle Pass Fire Department and EMS were summoned to the location but the driver refused medical attention. The subject was determined to be intoxicated and was transferred to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.The collision caused a power outage in the surrounding area and AEP arrived to repair damages caused.
Maverick County Sheriff's Office(PRESS RELEASE)-Sheriff's deputies met with a seventy-eight year old female on March 09, 2014 in regards to a stray bullet entering her home. The female, who resides on Vanesa Street, told officers she was sitting at her sofa attempting to stand up when she felt something graze the back of her head. Deputies then found a single bullet round in the residence. The round was recovered as evidence and the case was turned over to the Maverick County Sheriff's Office investigation division. The female was not harmed and refused any medical assistance.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Maverick County Sheriff's Office(PRESS RELEASE)-Sheriff's units were dispatched to Balcones Blvd. at 8:49 P.M. Wednesday evening in reference to single car motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, deputies made contact with with a the juvenile driver of a 2005 silver Ford F-150 pickup, who stated that he lost control of the vehicle when his two juvenile passengers were playing in the front seat and accidentally stepped on the accelerator. The driver lost control, striking ten feet of a private property fence and the outer corner of a mobile home.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Maverick County Sheriff's Office (PRESS RELEASE)- Sheriff's units were dispatched to Memo Robinson Road Tuesday morning after a Texas Migrant Council school bus was reportedly involved in a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, deputies observed the TMC bus had been struck in the rear by Nissan Maxima. Officers spoke with the drivers, who both concurred, that the bus was traveling north on Memo Robinson Road when it was struck from behind by the Nissan Maxima. The bus received minor scratches while the Maxima suffered damages to the hood of the vehicle. EMS services were summoned to the location to treat the twenty-two students on board but no medical attention was needed. The driver of the Nissan, identified as Juan Perez, also refused medical attention. A citation was issued to Mr. Perez.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Maverick County Sheriff's Office(PRESS RELEASE)- Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to Highway 277 North on Tuesday February 25, 2014 in reference to a motor vehicle accident. Deputies arrived to find a red 2014 Chevrolet Cruze stuck inside the brush area of Texas Aggregates Ranch, causing damage to a barbwire fence. The female driver exited the vehicle in a disoriented fashion, unaware of what had occurred. EMS was summoned to the scene of the accident and the female was taken to Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center for observation. The cause of the motor vehicle accident at the time of the report was unknown and the case was turned over to the Texas Department of Pubic Safety.
Monday, February 24, 2014
During construction there will be heavy equipment, dust, and noise in and around the construction area. We recommend that cars not drive over the fresh oil, unless necessary and if so to drive slowly over the oil. 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 away during construction, a wrecker service will be utilized at the owners expense. Sprinklers will not be allowed to be left on over night during the period of construction. Failure to abide will lead to a citation from Municipal Court.
It is the intention of the Public Works Department to finish the construction 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.