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In addition to arrest, the Sheriff’s department received approximately 455 calls over the two week period of April 25 to May 8.

Theft complaints continue to rise in both counties. Suspicous vehicle calls, reckless driving and livestock calls top the list of the most common calls taken by the LOC dispatchers.

A Tilden man advised he needed to speak with an officer because he had left a laptop and money at a location he was criminally trespassed from earlier in the day.

A Whitsett caller reported a loader had been stolen, the last time it had been seen was three days earlier.

A LOC man reported about 100 yards of copper had been stolen.

A Three Rivers man stated he had camera footage of someone stealing his lighting for karaoke night.

A TR man request an officer to speak with about a horse he was selling to a woman in payment and she is trying to sell the animal without paying off the horse first.

A GW business reports theft of tools.

A LOC man request officers to report theft of welding machine.

A GW woman advised she had a large amount of money stolen from a safe at her home.

Near Dinero a caller reports cables, wires, and weldling materials stolen during the night.

A Sandia man reports threats being made against his life on Facebook.

Hideway Hills woman reports someone had been poisoning dogs in the nieghborhood, she just saw two die, caller speech was slurred, sounded intoxicated.

In Whitsett a passer by advised a burgandy jeep had stopped suspiciously on the side of the road, a woman jumped out ran the a thicket of trees retrieved a McDonalds bag and drove away.

A LOC caller advised she had returned home and no longer needed extra patrol.

A Tilden caller requested an officer because she had arson questions in reference to a trailer that burned down on their hunting ranch.

A LOC man called to report he had people living on his land without approval and needed to be removed.

A TR resident called to report he had been attacked by a pitbull

LOC caller requested officers to check out a neighbors vacation home, the door was open and the home is suppose to be vacant.

LOC man called to report his motorcycle had been stolen, a blue truck had dropped off a male subject.

A GW man reported his son in law found a horned toad, wanted a game warden . He heard if you found one to call and the warden would come and get it. Caller was informed the toads are protected but to leave it where he found it and dont touch it. Caller then informed he found it a week ago and had been keeping it at home but that he would put it back.

A SWSW home owner reported that their home had been broke into several times, today a male subject in a maroon pickup drove up, got out, walking around talking on the phone wife went to the door and male told her he had the wrong house.

Michael Allen Mixon, 27, of Three Rivers was arrested on April 10, for driving with license inv., and poss. drug paraphernalia for which Judge Lanford set bond at $1,900. He was released on April 12 after posting bond.

Denise Layton, 40, of George West was arrested on April 12, for public intoxication for which Judge Lanford set bond at $500. She was released the same day after posting bond.

Allison Marant Plantz, 45, of Runge was arrested on April 15 for assault against family member. Bond was set at $4,000. She was released on Aprile 16 after posting bond.

Mario Moya Jr., of Three Rivers was arrested on April 17 for possession of a controlled substance no bond was granted. Disposition-sentensed to five years TDCJ.

Bonnie Lou Gates, 55, of Three Rivers was arrested on April 17, for theft by check she was released on April 18 on a $1,000 PR bond.

Beau Dan Gooch, 27, of George West was arrested on April 17, for driving while license inv., for which Judge Chapa set bond at $1,200 he was released on April 18 after posting bond.

Veronica AJ Williamson, 33, of Whitsett was arrested on April 20, for possession of marij., for which Judge Lanford set bond at $2,500 she was released on April 22 after posting bond.

Carrie Tibbetts Williams, 41, was arrested on April 22, for public intoxication for which bond was set at $750 she was released on April 22 after posting bond.

Nathan James Joslin, 19, of Alice was arrested on April 23, for possession of marij., for which bond was set at $1,500 he was released the same day after posting bond.

Saul Omar Martinez Jr., of Alice was arrested on April 23, for possession of marij., for which bond was set at $1,500 he was released the same day after posting bond.

Dustyn Serrata, 21, of Jourdanton was arrested on April 26, for poss. of controlled substance (two counts), and unl., carrying weapon for which bond was set at $11,000 he was released on April 27 after posting bond.

Larry Andrew Carroll, 45, of Three Rivers was arrested on April 29, for criminal mischief and criminal trespassing for which Judge Benham set bond at $3,000 total. Showed no release date.

Kristy Ann Moya, 34, of Three Rivers was arrested on May 1, for man. del. of controlled substance, possession of controlled substance, possession of marij for which Judge Benham set bond at $47,500 she was released on May 3, after posting bond.

Xavier Alonzo Puerto, 41, of Three Rivers was arrested on May 3, for man., del, of controlled substance, possession of controlled substance (two counts) for which Judge Ellis set bond at $80,000 he was released on May 8, after posting bond.

Roxanne C. May, 30, of Karnes City was arrested on May 7, for three counts of parent contributing to non attendence, and thwarting compulsory school attendence she was fined $2,508 and released the same day.

Maria Alicia Cantu, 44, of George West was arrested on May 8, for theft by check for which she was fined $390 and released the same day after paying fine.



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