Mathis police makes five arrests
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In a relatively slow week, the Mathis Police Department made five arrests last week, including a fugitive who turned himself in to police last week.

Pedro Soliz, Jr., 40, was wanted on a Mathis PD warrant for possession of marijuana. According to police chief Gerald Arismendez, Soliz had been hiding out for a short time, but on June 24, he called the station wanting to surrender to police.

He was taken into custody and transported to the San Patricio County jail in Sinton.

Jennifer Salinas, 20, was arrested June 26 for possession of marijuana after a traffic stop in the 600 block of E. San Patricio.

Friday night, near midnight, officers arrested Samuel Coronado, 20, on charges of aggravated assault causing bodily injury.

Officers responding to a fight call at Hutchins and Hammond streets found a man who had been hit in the back of the head with a pipe. His mother tried to intervene, and her arm was broken.

Officers arrested Coronado and transported him to county jail.

Also on Friday, Rodolfo Moreno, 36, was arrested for public intoxication at Five Points Quick Stop.

Gilberto Rosales, III was arrested in the early morning hours Saturday on an assault family violence charge after officers responded to a fight call in the 100 block of S.Frio. Rosales was taken to county jail.

The department responded to 40 calls during the week.
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