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• Arrested for assault

Corpus Christi Police arrested a 20-year-old Refugio man just after noon Friday, Sept. 4, for assaulting his girlfriend.

The attack happened inside the Whataburger, on Shoreline.

According to reports, the man ran out of the Whataburger in the direction of a nearby motel.

Whataburger employees gave chase and were able to detain the man until police arrived. The woman was treated for her injuries. The Refugio man was charged with misdemeanor assault.

Sheriff Robert Bolcik reported 2,951 calls went through dispatch from Aug. 30 to Sept. 6.

The sheriff’s department responded to 56 calls; the Refugio Police Department, 30; state troopers 8; medics, 23; Refugio VFD, one, Woodsboro VFD, one.

• Vehicle fire

Refugio and Woodsboro VFD’s were called on Sept. 6, at 9:05 p.m. in reference to a car that was on fire south of Woodsboro.

Ammunition inside the vehicle was going off, according to reports. The vehicle was removed from the road and was released to Milton’s.

• Physical disturbance

On Sept. 5, at 11:05 p.m. Deputy Shelly Haertig responded to a physical disturbance on Locke St.

Two female subjects were taken to Refugio County Jail. According to the officers report, one of the subjects was shot with a taser gun for assaulting an officer.

In a separate incident at 11:57 p.m. several calls were received advising of a physical disturbance at Kino’s. According to the report, a lot of blood was at the scene. Suspects left the tavern and nobody wanted to press charges.

• One vehicle accident

Medic’s, Bayside, Woodsboro VFD and officers responded to a one vehicle accident on Gin Road.

A 28-year-old male wrecked his vehicle and suffered a cut on his head.

He was taken to Refugio Memorial Hospital.

Alcohol may have been a contributing factor in the accident, according to reports.


Deputies Jamie O’Reilly, Jeff Raymond, Shelly Haertig, and Carl Currie were dispatched to locate a woman who was suspected of driving intoxicated on Sept. 5, at 1:27 a.m.

A woman reported that a mother was intoxicated and was driving with her daughter in the vehicle.

The vehicle was located and the female subject was taken to Refugio County Jail.

• Possession of marijuana

Deputy Kolton Kendall was dispatched to a mobile home to investigate a report that a woman was breaking into a relative’s trailer on Aug. 31, at 9:50 a.m.

The female was located and taken to Refugio County Jail for possession of marijuana, less than two ounces, and burglary of a habitation, according to the deputy’s report.
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