The sheriff’s department responded to 41 calls; the Refugio Police Department, 25; state troopers three; medics, 19; animal control, six; Refugio VFD, two; Woodsboro VFD, one.
Possession of marijuana
One male subject was arrested and taken to Refugio County Jail on April 20 at 3:29 p.m. DPS Trooper Plunkett initiated a traffic stop at the Fast Break in Woodsboro. He requested assistance from a K-9 unit. Deputy Jeff Raymond was advised by dispatch. After a search of the vehicle, the male subject was arrested and taken to the jail by Deputy Raymond.
Officer Duqualis Farrow arrested one male subject on April 23 at 10:37 p.m. for DWI. Officer Farrow performed a field sobriety test on the subject after he stopped the vehicle. He advised he was taking the subject into custody and that the vehicle would be transported to the Police Department Annex by Sergeant Enrique Diaz. Officer Farrow transported the subject to Refugio Memorial Hospital for a blood draw and then to Refugio County Jail.
Arrest for DWI
A man was arrested for DWI following a traffic stop at 9:31 a.m. on April 19.
Woodsboro Marshall Rey De Los Santos initiated the traffic stop on Hwy 77, south bound. After finding the subject to be intoxicated, a wrecker was requested for the vehicle and the subject was transported to Refugio County Jail.
One female subject was taken to Refugio Memorial Hospital after a one-vehicle rollover accident on April 24 around 3:06 p.m.
The accident occurred on U.S. 77, approximately five miles south of Woodsboro. The female victim was conscious and requested medics. Rescue 1 freed the female victim from the vehicle. She was then transported to Refugio Memorial Hospital. A wrecker was requested to pick up the vehicle and the scene was cleared soon after.
A grass fire was reported near the airport on Kelly Road. Refugio Fire Department was paged along with Deputy Jamie O’Rielly and Woodsboro Fire Department. Woodsboro fire department was already in the area and advised they would take care of the fire. The fire was put out and the scene was cleared.
A caller reported that an unwanted female was at her residence on April 21 ay 10:41 p.m.
The female allegedly threw something at the caller’s residence and was also trying to get into the residence. Deputy Silvas reported he did not see anyone outside the residence. Shortly after, he advised that the female subject showed up and was banging and knocking on the caller’s door. The caller gave the deputy the phone number of the unwanted female and he was able to contact her, advising both girls to stop calling and texting each other.
A pursuit on highway 35 led to the detainment of one female subject on April 18 at 9:22 a.m. Dispatch received a call from Aransas County Sheriff’s Office advising of a pursuit northbound on Hwy. 35. Sergeant Rick Adame and Deputy Jamie O’Reilly were dispatched to the call. They detained one female and the other subjects got onto private property to which the officers did not have access.
A female reported on April 19, around 12:19 a.m. that her boyfriend has been physically abusing her and that she didn’t want him to hurt her anymore.
The female refused medics treatment and admitted that she and her boyfriend had been drinking.
Deputy Jacob Molina and Jeffrey Raymond were both dispatched to the scene, and reported seeing no signs of physical abuse.
A female subject reported that her ex-boyfriend jumped on the hood of her car and broke her window on March 20, at 5:34 a.m.
A witnesses was present during the incident. The victim was asked to make a statement at the police department.
Threats on Facebook
On March 20, at 9:45 a.m. a woman reported that her boyfriend’s daughter took a picture of her house and posted it on Facebook saying she was going to egg her house and asked if anyone wanted to join.
A call was made on March 19, at 7:33 p.m. from the Relax Inn by a female subject that she was slapped in the face by a male subject and he was now arguing with her sister.
The subject left the scene. The victim was advised to make a statement. No further information was given.
Fight in progress
Three male subjects were reportedly fighting on April 22, at 10:47 p.m. on Wood Avenue.
Woodsboro Marshal Rey, De Los Santos, Deputy Jason Maley and Shelly Haertig were dispatched to investigate.
On April 19, at 7:16 a female requested an officer be sent to the Burger King. The caller told the dispatcher the manager was “being rude to ‘Spanish’ people.”
She reported that other people received their food before her. According to the report the subject said the manager told her that he could treat her as he wanted.
The victim was told to report the complaint to the district manager or owner of the restaurant.
A woman reported that neighbors had a fire going and large embers were floating on her property on April 21, at 8:13 p.m.
Deputy Peter Silvas and Ron Ramirez were dispatched.
The fire could not be located, no further information was given.
In another incident on April 20, at 9:25 a.m. a grass fire was reported on Lambert Road.
Cussing at kids
Deputy Raymond Silvas was dispatched to James Street on April 20, at 7:46 p.m. to investigate a report that a neighbor had cussed at the kids playing outside.
The subject was advised that he could be issued a disorderly conduct citation for using foul language at children.
On April 18, at 1:49 p.m. a three-year-old child was found on Ashby Street and taken to her residence on Chaparral Street.
Woodsboro Marshal Rey De Los Santos advised subjects to be more mindful of where the child is.