Assault-A complaint on the 3000 block of Sauz Street reporting that while she was talking to her ex-boyfriend, he aggressively grabbed her and attempted to pull her into his vehicle.
Criminal Mischief/Assault-A complainant on Teresa Street stated that a known male subject broke the driver side window to his 2006 green Ford Focus and then struck him on the left facial area.
Stolen License Plates-A complainant reported unknown person(s) stole the license plates to her 1990 blue van.
Dog Bite-A male individual being treated for a dog bite at the Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center emergency room stated he was bitten by a stray dog on his inner thigh outside of his residence when he was attempting to feed his own dog.
Located Missing Person-A deputy was dispatched to the international Port of Entry #1 after CBP agents detained a juvenile who had previously been reported as missing. Contact was made with the male juvenile who would later be released to the custody of his parents.
Hit and Run-A complainant on Mariza Street reported an unknown vehicle had collided into her vehicle and left the scene of the accident.
Wanted Person-A county unit responded to the Maverick County Adult Probation Office after a female subject was detained. A background check on Alexandra Williams revealed an active warrant out of Maverick County for a probation violation. Ms. Williams was taken into custody and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.
Possession of Marijuana under 2 oz.-A male subject was detained by Border Patrol agents at the United States Border Patrol checkpoint on US Highway 57 this evening after he was found to be in possession of marijuana. Delton Cosley Jackson was placed under arrest by sheriff's deputies and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.
Resisting Arrest-Deputies patrolling US Highway 277 this evening made contact with a male subject identified as Rolando Angel Rodriguez. In the midst of gathering information from Mr. Rodriguez, he attempted to leave and began resisting. Mr. Rodriguez was later placed under arrest and transported to the Tom Bowles Detention Center for processing.