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25 indictments handed down in September
by Matt Naber
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Twenty-five indictments were handed down by the Live Oak County grand jury on Sept. 26 in District Judge Joel Johnson’s court.

The following are the indictments from Judge Johnson’s court:

John Deleon Jr., 36, of San Antonio, for possession of a controlled substance. Deleon was released on a freedom bail bond of $10,000.

Edward Esparza, 57, of San Antonio, for his third or more offense of driving while intoxicated. Esparza was released on a $5,000 surety bond.

Eloy Garcia, 25, of Alice, for between possession of 1-4 grams of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and unlawful carrying of a weapon. Judge Johnson issued a capias of $25,000.

Jaime Garza, 45, of Edinburg for possession of 850 pounds of marijuana. Garza was released on a $15,000 bond.

Arturo Moya Gonzales, 59, of Three Rivers, for three counts of aggravated assault; one with a deadly weapon and two of sexual assault. Gonzales was released on personal recognizance with a $50,000 bond and capias issued.

Beau Dan Gooch, 28, of George West, for burglary of a building. Two bonds were issued, one of $10,000 and one of $7,500, but Gooch will remain in custody due to two substance abuse felony punishment commitments.

Eduardo Hernandez III, 20, of Sandia, for sexual assault of a child. An $80,000 bond was issued, and Hernandez remains in custody.

Sonieca Lynn Huebotter, 51, of Three Rivers, for possession of a controlled substance. Huebotter was released on a $10,000 surety bond.

Jason Daniel Kardos, 36, of Corpus Christi, for two counts of endangering a child. Kardos was not arrested, and Judge Johnson issued a capias and bond of $10,000.

Joan Lazcano, 32, of Three Rivers, for possession of a controlled substance. Lazcano was released on a $10,000 surety bond.

Tyler Steven Lompe, 22, for bail jumping. Lompe was not arrested, but Judge Johnson issued a $50,000 capias.

Carlos Lee Lopez, 20, for retaliation. Lopez was released on personal recognizance with a $20,000 bond.

Eric Martinez, 26, of Rio Grande City, for possession of a controlled substance. Martinez was released on personal recognizance with a $10,000 bond.

Oscar Cruz Martinez, 51, of George West, for possession of a controlled substance. Martinez was released on a $20,000 surety bond.

Kristy Ann Moya, 34, of Three Rivers, for two counts of possession of a controlled substance; one with intent to deliver. Moya was released with a $35,000 bond.

Ronald Griffin, 47, of Three Rivers, for his third or more count of driving while intoxicated with enhancement. Griffin was issued a capias of $5,000.

Federico Dave Ortiz, 36, of San Antonio, for possession of a controlled substance. Ortiz was released on a $10,000 freedom bond.

Ruben Anthony Perez, 22, of Three Rivers, and Roel Ruiz Jr., 22, of George West were both indicted for theft of metals worth less than $20,000 from an elderly individual. Perez and Ruiz were each issued a capias of $6,000.

Joseph Louis Perez, 27, of George West for possession of a controlled substance. Perez was released on a $10,000 bail bond.

Xavier Alonzo Puerto, 41, of Kenedy and Three Rivers, for possession of a controlled substance and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. A $30,000 bond was issued, but Puerto remains in custody due to immigration customs enforcement.

Alan Gene Smith, 40, of Three Rivers, for possession of a controlled substance as a repeat felony offender. Smith was released on a $7,500 cash bond.

Rufino Varona Santamaria, 19, for evading arrest with a vehicle and unauthorized use of a vehicle. Santamaria was released on personal recognizance with a $25,000 bond.

Ricardo Villanueva Jr., 39, of Corpus Christi, for burglary of a habitation with enhancement as a repeat felony offender. Villanueva remains in custody with a $10,000 bond.

Jennifer White, 20, of Corpus Christi, for possession of a controlled substance. White was released on personal recognizance with a $5,000 bond.
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