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Suspects indicted for bail jumping, drugs, evading arrest
by Gary Kent
Mar 13, 2012 | 2289 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
BEEVILLE — Bee County grand jurors returned the following felony indictments in February:

•Enrique Hernandez in two separate indictments on charges bail jumping.

According to the indictment, Hernandez failed to appear in court while out on a $1,500 bond on both Sept. 22, 2011, and again on Feb. 8 of this year.

The defendant had been charged with assault of a family or house member.

District Judge Joel Johnson set Hernandez’s bond at $100,000 on each of the two indictments.

•Kendall R. Dupuis, 45, in a two-count indictment on charges of possession of a controlled substance. The first count is a third degree felony, because Dupuis allegedly had more than a gram but less than four grams of methamphetamine.

The second count was a state jail felony, because the defendant reportedly had less than one gram of dihydrocodeinone.

Bond was $4,000.

•Joe Anthony Medina on a charge of possession of a prohibited substance in a correctional facility.

The charge is a third degree felony.

According to investigators, Medina had marijuana at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice’s McConnell Unit on Dec. 4, 2011.

Bond was $3,000.

•Christina Olivares O’Brien on a charge of evading arrest with a motor vehicle, a third degree felony.

The indictment alleges that O’Brien fled from Patrolman Matthew Miller during an incident on Sept. 26, 2011.

Bond was $2,000.

•Mark Allen Snopek on a charge of driving while intoxicated, third or more.

The charge is a third degree felony.

Beeville Police Department officers alleged that Snopek was caught driving drunk on Aug. 19, 2011.

The defendant had prior DWI convictions on July 26, 1994, and on July 29, 1997, both in Bee County.

His bond was $6,000 with conditions.

•Nathan Lawrence Woods, 32, on a DWI charge, third or more, a third degree felony.

According to a sheriff’s deputy, Woods was driving under the influence of alcohol on Aug. 31, 2011.

He had previous DWI convictions on Nov. 7, 2001, in Bee County and on Sept. 2, 2005, in Nueces County.

Bond was $4,000.

•Derrall Edward Byars on a charge of DWI, third or more.

BPD officers alleged that Byars was driving under the influence of alcohol on Aug. 31, 2011.

The defendant had previous DWI convictions on Feb. 7, 1995, in Bee County and on Oct. 27, 1997, in Travis County.

Bond was $2,500 with conditions.

Grand jurors also returned state jail felony indictments against five district court defendants.

A conviction on a state jail felony could result in a sentence of two years in a state jail facility and a fine of as much as $10,000.

Joe Felix Bazan was named in a one-count indictment on a charge of evading arrest with a motor vehicle in connection with a May 14, 2011, incident.

According to the sheriff’s office, Bazan used a vehicle to escape from Deputy Joseph Buttery while the deputy was trying to arrest or detain him.

Judge Johnson set his bond at $2,000.

Others indicted on state jail felonies were:

•Anthony Lee Arredondo on a charge of delivery of marijuana.

BPD investigators alleged that the 19-year-old defendant delivered between a quarter of an ounce and five pounds of marijuana to a local man on July 13, 2011.

Bond was $2,000.

•Sergio Antonio Moreno on a charge of debit card abuse.

According to police officers, Moreno used a Navy Army Mastercard belonging to another man on June 29, 2011.

Bond was $1,000.

•Renae Dean on a charge of debit card abuse.

BPD officers claimed that the 40-year-old defendant used a man’s Navy Army Mastercard on June 29 without permission.

The incident apparently was related to the previous indictment.

Bond was $1,000.

•Christina Michelle Reed on a charge of possession of less than one gram of oxycodone.

Police officers made the accusation in connection with a March 31, 2011 incident.

Bond was $1,000.
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