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Grand jurors indict suspect on assault charges
by Gary Kent
Jul 29, 2011 | 2608 views | 1 1 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
An incident that allegedly took place on March 27, could land a local man in prison for 10 years if he is convicted on any of three counts named in a recent indictment.

Members of the Bee County Grand Jury returned a third degree felony indictment against Domingo Fernandez Puga Jr. when they met on July 7.

The indictment listed three counts, each of which was a third degree felony.

The counts included charges of assault against a family member, strangulation, attempted sexual assault and assault against a family member, prior conviction.

A conviction on any of those charges could result in a 10-year prison sentence and a $10,000 fine.

Investigators alleged that all three offenses took place during an incident on March 27. The same woman was the alleged victim in each of the charges.

The indictment listed a previous conviction on a charge of assault against a family member on Nov. 20, 2007, in Fort Bend County.

District Judge M.E. “Mike” Welborn set Puga’s bond at $10,000.

Others indicted on July 7 included:

•James Allen Shreve on a charge of theft. The charge was enhanced to a third degree felony, because Shreve had two previous convictions on the same charge and another felony conviction.

According to investigators with the Beeville Police Department, Shreve stole a computer and a home theater system from a man on Oct. 17, 2010.

The indictment listed two previous theft convictions for the defendant on May 23, 2001, and on Jan. 17, 2007.

The enhancement paragraph of the indictment listed a conviction of a charge of theft of property in Bee County on Jan. 16, 2007.

Bond was $2,500.

•Roland Lee Ramon on a charge of assault against a family member, strangulation. The offense is a third degree felony.

According to investigators with the Bee County Sheriff’s Office, Ramon choked a family member during an incident on Jan. 1. Bond was $7,500.

•Albert Lee Moreno on a charge of retaliation, a third degree felony.

Beeville police claimed that Moreno threatened a local woman on April 29 after she reported a crime. According to the indictment, the defendant told the victim, “You’re going to die.”

Bond was $2,000.

•Miguel Angel Rostro in a two-count indictment on charges of possession of a controlled substance, one to four grams, and tampering with physical evidence.

Both charges are third degree felonies.

Deputies alleged that Rostro had cocaine in his possession on Feb. 5, and that he concealed the evidence from officers.

Bond was $7,000

•Robert Lee Vela on a charge of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, a third degree felony.

City detectives alleged that Vela attempted to conceal cocaine from officers who were in his home answering a domestic violence call on March 12.

Bond was $2,500.

•Sergio Gonzales on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, one to four grams, a third degree felony.

Sheriff’s office investigators claimed that Gonzales had the drug on Feb. 6.

Bond was $3,500.

•Maria Jesus Rega Pietzsch, also known as Maria de Jesus Tobias, also known as Maricela Lozano Cabrera, on a charge of driving while intoxicated, third offense or more.

The charge is a third degree felony.

Highway Patrol Trooper Carlos Martinez arrested the defendant on the charge on Oct. 17, 2010.

She had previous felony convictions on Jan. 6, 1998, in Hidalgo County and on Feb. 1, 2005, in Nueces County.

Bond was $3,500 with driving restrictions.

•Sylvia Ann Martinez on a charge of injury to a child.

The charge is a state jail felony, punishable by a two-year term in a state jail facility and a $10,000 fine.

According to deputies, the defendant struck a child on the head with her hand on May 26.

Bond was $500.

•Guadalupe Camacho Rivas on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, less than one gram.

The charge is a state jail felony.

Deputies alleged that the defendant had cocaine in his possession on Dec. 29, 2-10.

Bond was $5,000.

•Eva Caudillo, also known as Mirenda Caudillo, on two counts of tampering with a governmental record, a state jail felony.

State investigators claimed that the defendant tampered with government records on March 5 and on July 13, 2009.

Bond was $2,500.

Gary Kent is a reporter at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 120, or at reporter@mySouTex.com.

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September 09, 2011
The woman that is the alleged victim, knows as abby.. well someone needs to look into her file. dig deep go way back. she seems to always be a victim all with the same exact story the only thing that is different is the men. this girl needs to be stopped in her tracks. im a female and i cant stand when a man puts his hands on a female, and if in fact he does yes he needs to go to jail. he needs to serve his time. but what about mr puga. in this case he was a victim not the "alleged victim" also knows as abby...

as i sat in the court room observing(keep in mind i dont know this mr puga person nor am i any kin/friend of any sort to any of the parties) the case.. yes the truth came out. she made up the story. we all want justice and im sure this man wants the same thing. this needs to be known it needs to be out there.. this mans name has become destroyed because of this female.

you all need to know the outcome of this matter. what they failed to tell you and im sure it was not going to be put out there but here it is.. all charges have been dropped. they came to a conclusion this man was falsely accused.