A George West caller said that her daughter could hear a vehicle going up and down the street. No vehicle description was given.
A bag of “weed” was found on the ground in front of a George West grocery. The manager requested that an officer come to pick it up.
A deputy advised communications that three guns were found on a ranch west of Three Rivers.
A man staying at a motel west of Three Rivers stated his one and a half year old daughter just drank a bottle of “bubbles” soap. She was gagging, coughing up bubbles and having a hard time breathing. EMS responded but no transport was necessary.
A woman staying at a Three Rivers motel called on 911 to report that her air conditioner was not working correctly and she wanted her money back. She requested an officer to come to her room.
A Three Rivers caller advised that her husband had called and told her that he was stranded at “Three Fingers” on Choke Canyon Lake and that the boat was taking in water.
A George West woman claimed that she had been telling the city that she had a skunk under her house for awhile. Now, it smells awful and is causing them problems. With the rain, the skunk is out but they don’t have a gun to shoot it. She requested that an officer come shoot it.
A woman advised there was a blue pickup parked at the bridge to the entrance of Carmel Hills. She stated there was a guy on the bridge looking over the side with a flashlight. She thought he looked suspicious. She just wanted someone to check it out due to all the burglaries in the area.
A lake area female caller stated she thought her neighbors were stealing their water again. She stated they had their water turned off and the meter removed some time back. She just got her water bill and it was triple what it normally was and they haven’t been using any more water than usual. She said her husband is very mad and upset. He thinks he can see a garden hose going from his house over to their house. She wants an officer to come out before “he does something that’ll get him in trouble”.
A Lagarto woman advised that her mail box was knocked down two months ago by a drunk. She wanted to know when it would be fixed so she could get her mail.
A Three Rivers caller advised she had some baby animals in her yard and doesn’t know what they are. She wanted an officer to go by and check them out.
The female manager of a George West fast food restaurant advised there was a white pickup that went through the drive-thru and, as it was leaving, hit the wall and took down some stuff that was on the side. The caller advised the vehicle did not stop but continued on Highway 281 north towards Three Rivers.
Atascosa Co. advised that they had a male subject on 911 stating that he picked up two females in San Antonio. When he stopped on the side of the road to relieve himself, they took his vehicle and headed south bound on IH-37 leaving him on the side of the road. The caller also stated he had walked about five miles before calling 911.
A woman reported that her son has been missing since July 24. She had just received a call from her son who said that he didn’t know what happened. He thought he might be in Beeville. They spoke for a little bit longer, then the phone went out. When she tried to call back, it sounded like a fax machine; then just rang and rang. She called Bee Co. Sheriff’s office who advised that the number is in Live Oak County. Dispatchers found that the number was a pay phone at a convenience store on IH37. A deputy made contact with a store clerk who called dispatch. The dispatcher asked to speak with the man that matched the description who identified himself with the same name as the subject who was missing. The dispatcher advised him to please stay there and a deputy would be en route to pick him up for his safety. The deputy made contact, transported the young man to the Live Oak County Sheriff’s office where his identity was confirmed. His father called that he was en route from Houston to pick him up.
Scott William Schneiderhan, 50, of Mathis was arrested on Aug. 4 for DWI for which Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3 Jim Lane set bond at $2,000 and possession of marijuana < 2 oz.
Juan Oscar Cruz, 31, of San Juan was arrested on Aug. 2 for DWI/open container - 3rd or more. Lane set bond at $5,000.
Joel H. Courtney, 20, of Three Rivers was arrested on Aug. 4 for assault causes bodily injury/family violence for which Lane set bond at $3,000.
Christopher Magic Rivas, 34, of Dallas was arrested on July 28 on a warrant from Duval Co. for burglary of habitation. He was released to Duval Co.
Luis Otoniel Flores, 21, of Austin was arrested on July 28 on a warrant from Dallas Co. for possession of marijuana <2 oz. and a warrant from Collin Co. for burglary of vehicle. Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 Virginia Tanguma set bonds at $500 and $1,000, respectively.
Raynaldo Garza, 43, of Three Rivers was arrested on July 29 on a warrant for terroristic threat. Tanguma set bond at $1,000.
Romualdo Valdez, 29, of Three Rivers was arrested on July 26 warrant from Kleberg Co. for possession of marijuana > 50 lbs =2,000 lbs. Tanguma set bond at $25,000.
Benito Lopez 58, of Beeville was arrested on July 28 Bee County warrant for insufficient funds check. Municipal Judge Patricia Lanford released him on a personal recognizance.
Bobby Lee Gentry, 48, of Sandia, was arrested on Aug.1 for assault causes bodily injury. He was magistrated by Lane who set bond at $4,000.
John Joseph Pruchnicki, 36, of Three Rivers was arrested on July 24 on an outstanding warrant from Bexar County for theft. He was magistrated by Tanguma; no bond allowed. He was subsequently released to Bexar Co.
Leticia O. Jacobs 32, of Round Rock, was arrested on July 27, on an outstanding warrant form Potter County for theft of property by check of $20 <$500. She was magistrated by Tanguma who set bond at $1,500.
Rodolfo Martinez, 28, of San Benito was arrested on Aug.1 for violation of a protective order. He was magistrated by Lane with a $4,000.
Chrystal Pierson, 24, of Harlingen was arrested on July 31, for theft of property >= $20 < 500 on a warrant from Hidalgo County.