David Wayne Smith, Jr., 19, of Beeville was indicted on three counts. Count one was for indecency with a child-sexual contact. Count two was attempted indecency with a child-sexual contact and three was indecency with a child by exposure.
According to Smith’s booking sheet from the Live Oak County jail, he was arrested on June 8, 2009, at approximately 1:30 p.m. by George West Police Chief Ray Garcia for suspicion of indecency with a child by exposure. Other officers active on the case include Juan Garcia and Jorge Medina.
Smith was magistrated by Pct. 1 Justice of the Peace Elizabeth Ellis. She set bond at $10,000. Smith posted bond and was released.
Smith had been indicted on May 27 on two counts. Count one was for attempted indecency with a child-sexual contact and count two was for indecency with a child-exposure. “We received new information on this case, so the other charges were dropped, and new charges were filed; that was why we had to re-indict him,” said Chief Garcia.
Upon re-indictment, District Judge Janna Whatley issued a capias for Smith’s re-arrest with a $10,000 bond.
Michael Andrew Flores, 31, of Corpus Christi was indicted for driving while intoxicated third or more. On Feb. 26, Flores was pulled over by DPS Trooper Richard Russell. Flores was suspected of driving while intoxicated and he had an open alcohol container in his vehicle. It was subsequently determined this was his third or more time to be charged with driving while intoxicated.
He was magistrated by Pct. 3 Justice of the Peace Jim Lane, who set bond at $5,000. Upon indictment, Whatley continued Flores on the same bond.
Robert Eric Alaniz, 32, of Aransas Pass was indicted on two counts of driving while intoxicated with a child passenger under the age of 15.
According to Alaniz’s booking sheet, he was arrested on March 12 by Trooper Russell. Alaniz was suspected of driving while intoxicated and it was subsequently determined he had two passengers under the age of 15 in the vehicle.
Alaniz was magistrated by George West Municipal Judge Patricia Lanford, who set bond at $4,500. Upon indictment, Whatley continued Alaniz on his $4,500 bail.
Michael Harbison, 21, of San Antonio was indicted for theft of more than $1,500 and less than $20,000.
According to Harbison’s booking sheet, he was arrested on May 30 by DPS Trooper Rey Garcia and charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle. He was magistrated by Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4 Endercio Chapa Jr. and bond was set at $6,500.
Upon indictment, District Judge Whatley continued Harbison on his $6,500 bond; however, he remains in custody.
Adelina Espinoza, 18, of San Antonio was indicted for theft of more than $1,500 and less than $20,000. She was arrested on May 30 at approximately 4:48 p.m. by Trooper Garcia. She was booked for unauthorized use of a vehicle.She was magistrated by Judge Chapa, who set bond at $6,500. She posted bond on June 4 and was released.Upon indictment, Whatley continued Espinoza on her $6,500 bail.