Monday, July 20, 2015

Maverick County Daily Reports-July 20, 2015

Motor Vehicle Accident-Units responded to US Highway 277 East, after the driver of a vehicle collided with a deer. The vehicle sustained minor damages.

Wanted Person-A male individual, identified as Julian Valdez, Jr., arrived at the Maverick County Sheriff's Office wanting to turn himself. A check on Mr. Valdez revealed an open warrant out of Maverick County. He was escorted to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Deceased Person-Units were dispatched to an unresponsive male subject by Wildwood Drive this morning. Deputies arrived to the area and found EMS crews already at the scene. The unresponsive male was transported to the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center Emergency Room where he was later pronounced deceased.

Family Violence-Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance in progress by Eagle Heights. No major incident occurred at the time of the report and a female involved left the residence voluntarily

Identity Theft-A female complainant on the 1500 block of Lety stated unknown subject(s) were using her personal information without her consent.

Lost License Plates- A male individual out of Brackettville, Texas reported that an unknown subject removed the license plates without his consent while the vehicle was getting repaired.

Wanted Person-Deputies responded to the international Port of Entry #1 when a database check on a male individual revealed an active warrant. Armando Hernandez, who had an open warrant for failure to appear charges, was arrested and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.

Damage to Property-A complainant on the 1800 block of Oaxaca said the water meter to an apartment complex he owns was broken by a known male subject. The male subject had left the area prior to deputy's arrival.

Information Report-A deputy was dispatched to the international Port of Entry #1 after reports of a possible drowning victim in the Rio Grande River. Upon arrival, the deputy made contact with officials from the Eagle Pass Fire Department and Eagle Pass Police Department, who stated that three subjects may have been possibly taken by the river current. Further investigations revealed the three subjects were Mexican nationals and there was one drowning victim, picked up by Mexican officials.

Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Burglary of Habitation-Deputies responded to the 2100 block of Nicolas Street after a male complainant informed officers that an unknown subject had entered his residence without his consent and taken several items. The complainant further stated that unknown subject took his vehicle from said residence without his consent.

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