A male caller advised that there would be a bus coming in to pick up the driver of a broken down bus. The bus driver of the incoming bus stated he would need an officer, due to the fact there were two men on the bus fighting.
A George West man reported to the sheriff that he received a call about a possible rabid cat. A Lagarto man had told him that his dogs had chased a cat up in a tree. The cat looked like it was foaming at the mouth. The caller advised that he was afraid the cat might be rabid. He wanted an officer to attempt to locate and destroy the cat so that it can be sent for testing.
The manager of a convenience store on IH37 said he needed to speak to an officer about a $20 counterfeit bill given to a cashier at the store. By the time they noticed it, the customer had left. They didn’t get a description of the person or the vehicle.
A clerk at a Three Rivers business advised that a woman in a red pickup had just run into the handicap sign. She got out of the truck and staggered inside the store. The clerk thought the woman might be drunk.
A George West resident advised that a pickup and a car were parked in the middle of the road. A bunch of kids were jumping back and forth from vehicle to vehicle. The responding officer was unable to locate the vehicles.
A George West woman reported that her mother’s ex-boyfriend was at her mothers house. He was drunk and was banging on the door and wouldn’t leave. He was riding a 10-speed bike.
A Three Rivers man called 911 to say that a pickup was parked in front of his new business and he wanted it moved. He was advised that this was not an emergency and was asked to hang up and call back on the regular line. When the officer checked out the situation, he found that the man was not doing anything, not bothering anyone. He was normally there in the morning, watching traffic.
A woman from the south of the county stated her brother had just called her and said he was fighting with his ex-wife. She wanted the officers to go out there because she could hear them fighting. She said there were drugs and weapons at the residence. Arrests were made.
A George West woman said a man was at her home, wanting to fight her friend with a bat. He was intoxicated and he kicked in her door and broke it. She advised he was leaving on his bike. An arrest was made.
A Three Rivers man said he has been receiving harassing phone calls from a woman and he wants her stopped. She even went to his elderly father’s residence earlier.
A woman east of Three Rivers advised that, when she was headed home from town 30 minutes ago, she saw two men fighting in the street near the school. She didn’t pay any attention as to what they looked like or what they were wearing. She said she couldn’t remember much more; it happened about 30 minutes ago. The responding officer was unable to locate the disturbance.
A McMullen County deputy advised he was on a traffic stop on Hwy. 16 just south of Hwy. 72 west with an orange Chevy Corvette. The drivers license status was not eligible due to suspension driving while license invalid. The deputy requested back-up. He asked communications to contact Freer Police Department as the subject stated he was stopped by Texas Highway Patrol there today and that his vehicle had been searched. He asked communications to attempt to identify two medications. One was identified as an antidepressant and the other was a sleeping pill. A K-9 unit was requested and responded. The officer was advised that communications had checked with Freer PD and Duval County who advised they had no record of that subject being stopped in either location. The deputy advised he was on his way to the McMullen County Sheriff’s office with an adult male.
A Lagarto man advised he left his light brown calf in a trailer for about an hour-and-a-half in front of a business in Swinney Switch during which time, the calf was stolen. It was stolen between 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. He had thought maybe one of his friends took it; so he didn’t report it the previous night. But, after checking, he found none of his friends had taken it. He requested an officer to meet with him.
The following are arrest records made through the Live Oak County Criminal Justice Center.
Christopher Barrera, 21, of George West was arrested on Dec. 22 for #1-Assault causes bodily injury for which Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 Jim Lane set bond at $2,000 and #2-Driving while license invalid for which bond was $1,000. He was released on Dec. 23 after posting bond.
David Barrera, 22, of George West was arrested on Dec. 23 for assault causes bodily injury. Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 Jim Lane set bond at $2,000. He was released on Dec. 23, after posting bond.
Aniza A. Regalade, 18, of George West was arrested on Dec. 23 for assault causes bodily injury. Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 Jim Lane set bond at $2,000. He was released on Dec. 23, after posting bond.
Roel Ruiz, Jr., 20, of George West was arrested on Dec. 23 for assault causes bodily injury. Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 Jim Lane set bond at $2,000. He was released on Dec. 23, after posting bond.
Armando Moreno, 48, of George West was arrested on Dec. 23 for public intoxication for which Lane set bond at $400. A subsequent record exam indicated he was wanted out of Florida; did not extradite.
David Wayne Creglow, 48, of Mathis was arrested on Dec. 24 for assault causes bodily injury/family violence.
Pamela Creglow, 52, of Mathis, was arrested on Dec. 24 for assault causes bodily injury/family violence.