A woman east of George West advised she sold a vehicle to a man but he had never changed the title. Now she had been notified that he went through a toll road without paying and she received the ticket. He had paid for the car, but she wanted to repossess it as he hadn’t changed the title. She called back to say that she had made contact with the man. He was going to pay the tickets and change the title over next week. If she has any more problems, she will call back.
A man east of George West reported that there was a white truck with the doors open and kids in the back smoking. According to the caller, no one was supposed to be at that house.
A car chase was going on between the son of a woman near Lagarto, (driving a white car) and a male who had, allegedly, been stealing a lot of stuff at the lake area (who was driving a black car). The man was chasing her son. She was not sure what was going on but there was some screaming and yelling. Then they got in their vehicles and took off. She stated that, “if they stop, there is going to be a big fight.”
A woman from the same area claimed that earlier, she and her son had gone to get his black car from the repair shop. On the way, there was an older model white vehicle parked in the road. Her son stopped and the driver of the white car came at him with a bottle. He took off and the other vehicle took off after him. She was behind all of them. Her son went to the sheriff’s office in Orange Grove but did not get out of his vehicle. She said she guessed the other vehicle took off when they saw he was at the sheriff’s office
A George West citizen advised that he had just walked out of a store in George West and discovered that a baby had been left in a vehicle. The baby was in a car seat; the vehicle was running, the air conditioner was on and doors unlocked. He advised he would be with the baby until an officer arrived.
A female traveler on IH37 was at a convenience store getting gas. She placed her black shiny wallet and a little Trac phone on top of her vehicle and drove off. She returned to the truck stop to check if anyone had turned it in but it was not found. She advised she had all her important papers in her wallet.
A Lagarto man advised that a man known to him had stolen two rifles from him. An arrest was made.
A Swinney Switch man said that his house had been broken into. His Xanax, money and whiskey were gone and his house was “tore up.”
A George West woman witnessed some teenage kids at the Little League baseball field giving away candy out of the concession stand. It just seemed suspicious since it is not baseball season, she thought.
An employee of a George West convenience store found two “joints” behind the trash can in the bathroom while cleaning.
A clerk at an IH37 convenience store advised there were two male customers that had a heavy smell of alcohol. She claimed that when she spoke to the driver, she could smell alcohol on his breath. She asked the customer if he was OK to drive and he said, “yes.” She and another person saw the men pull two beers out of an ice chest that was located in the back of their boat. The customer had to call her over the P.A. system to get help to work the gas pump. A DPS trooper made contact with subjects on IH37. A deputy arrived on scene, where a field sobriety test was conducted. The trooper reported that he was arresting the two men. The deputy took one to the Sheriff’s office, followed by the trooper with the other. Their vehicle was impounded.
The following are arrest records made through the Live Oak County Criminal Justice Center. The information was obtained from open records and does not reflect the guilt or innocence of those logged.
Marilyn Jane Dawson, 36, of George West was arrested on Oct. 8 for possession of drug paraphernalia. Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Endercio Chapa set a bond of $500 and a $200 fine. She paid the fine and was released the same day.
Christopher Gene McNiel, 48, of George West was arrested on Oct. 11 for #1-interference with public duties for which George West Municipal Judge Patricia Lanford set bond at $2,000; #2 possession of drug paraphernalia. Lanford set bond at $400. McNiel posted bond and was released on Oct 12.
Matthew Morin, 19, of George West was arrested on Oct. 10 for PI. Bond set at $200. He was released on PR bond per GWPD Chris Carter.
David Sotuyo Jr., 18, of McAllen was arrested on Oct. 11 for reckless driving. George West Municipal Judge Lanford set bond at $2,000.
Patricia Nicole Oxford, 24, of Three Rivers was arrested on Oct. 10 for PI. Lanford set bond for $200. She posted bond and was released the same day.
Brandon Lee Oxford, 30, of Three Rivers was arrested on Oct. 10 for PI. Lanford set bond at $200. He posted bond and was released the same day.
Juan Manuel Perez, of George West was arrested on Oct. 9 for assault causing bodily injury. Lanford set bond at $2,000.
Daniel James Stanish, 58, of Sandia was arrested on Oct. 11 for assault causing bodily injury/family violence. Lanford set bond at $2,500. He posted bond and was released the next day.
Nelda Cristine Cantu, 44, of George West was arrested on Oct. 11 for driving while intoxicated/open container. Lanford set bond at $2,500. She was released the same day on a PR bond.
Raul Guerra, 35, of George West was arrested on Oct. 3 for PI. Judge Chapa set bond at $350. He was released on Oct. 5 upon posting bond.
Little Joe DeHoyos, 22, of Floresville was arrested on Oct. 4 for evading arrest/detention with vehicle and possession of controlled substance PG 1 < grams. McMullen County Justice of the Peace James Rayes set bond at $15,000 and $7,500. He was released the next day after posting bond.
Victor Carbajal, Jr., 20, of Three Rivers was arrested on Sept. 27 for burglary of building. He was released on Oct. 1, per probation officer.