Public Intoxication/Possession of Marijuana under 2 oz.-Deputies patrolling El Indio Highway this morning observed a male subject asleep in the driver's seat of a 1998 Izuzu Rodeo. Contact was made with the driver, Juan Arnulfo Mireles, who was found to be in a highly intoxicated state. Mr. Mireles was also found to be in possession of several small cigarettes, which contained a green leafy substance. It was later revealed the substance tested positive for marijuana. Mr. Mireles was taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center.
Assault with a Motor Vehicle/Endangerment to a Child-A complainant told officers that his ex-girlfriend ran into his maroon Ford F-150 with her vehicle while he and his three children were inside of the pickup truck when it was struck.
Theft-A male complainant visited the Maverick County Sheriff's Office to report a known male subject had stolen approximately 100 square hay bales without his consent.
Harassment by Phone-a complainant on Juanita Drive reported that he had been harassed by an unknown caller who advised him that he needed to pay the IRS within the next forty-five minutes or else he would be arrested by the Maverick County Sheriff's Office.
DWLI-a deputy patrolling North Veteran's Blvd. conducted a traffic stop and discovered the driver did not have a valid license. The driver was arrested for operating a vehicle without a valid driver's license due to prior convictions. He was transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.
Burglary of Vehicle- A complainant on the 2100 block of Nicolas advised deputies that unknown subject(s) had entered his tractor trailer without his consent and had ransacked it. Two tires from an unknown vehicle were also left in the trailer.
Burglary of Habitation-Deputies responded to the 200 block of High Noon this evening, where a resident stated that unknown subject(s) entered her residence without her consent by forcibly opening the rear door to gain unlawful entry. The subject(s) took money, assorted jewelry, two televisions, and approximately six birds from the residence.