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In addition to arrests, the dispatchers at the Live Oak County Criminal Justice Center received 219 complaints for the week of March 9-15.

A male caller advised he needed an officer to sign some documents for some old vehicles he was taking to a junk yard. The junk yard will not take the vehicles unless the documents are signed because they are old vehicles with no titles.

A Three Rivers woman said that there was a vehicle parked on the side of the road in front of the school. The driver looked like he was either sleeping or maybe there was something wrong with him. She would like an officer to check it out. The responding officer reported that he was fine; was waiting for a meeting about a contract. The officer suggested that he move to the parking area at the office.

A woman traveling on IH-37 stated she just left the south bound rest area and was now behind an older model white suburban with maroon stripes and a paper plate on back. She saw the male driver and a bright red-haired female at the rest area and they were very drunk. The female came in the bathroom carrying a baby and tried to talk to her like she knew her. The caller told her to go away. The caller said that she was “falling down drunk” and was trying to hold the baby and not fall down. When the caller came out of the bathroom, the male driver and a small child were at the vending machines and he was obviously drunk, as he kept leaning on the machine and losing his balance. She gave the location of their vehicle and soon a deputy conducted a traffic stop; two other officers were on the scene minutes later. The male driver was arrested and seven juveniles were transported to the Sheriff’s office by the officers.

A convenience store clerk stated there was a truck driver requesting to speak with an officer. He said another driver had threatened him because of where he had parked his truck. The responding officer advised that a weapon had been displayed to the caller. The driver had left north bound on IH-37 in a blue and white truck.

A George West man advised that his mother’s front door was open and the dog was missing.

A Three Rivers woman said she had something like an animal or something in her bedroom that made a noise and scared her. She wanted someone to do something about it, as it had been going on for about a month and she was having medical conditions because of it.

A Three Rivers woman stated that a local man had bought an empty trailer house across the street from her residence. He had asked her to keep an eye on it for him. She was looking outside and saw the front door was open and someone was inside with a flashlight. When they saw her looking, they closed the door real quick.

A man called 911 and told the dispatcher that he had a “pay as you go” phone and was trying to reach the hunter who stays on his ranch in Tilden. The lights were left on at the ranch and his hunter never leaves them on. He had checked the area and didn’t see anyone around. He didn’t need contact by an officer; just needed to get in touch with his hunter. The caller was advised to call back on the non-emergency phone, if he didn’t have an emergency. He decided he would contact his hunter; no need for any assistance.

A woman near Mathis stated her husband, a diabetic, left more than two hours earlier without his cell phone and had not returned. She stated that he was not drinking that day. As they were from the valley and staying at a campground a couple of nights, she didn’t know any one here that he might have gone to visit. She told the responding deputy that he was wearing a white sleeveless shirt and black shorts and driving a light blue pickup with paper tags. A call was received from a trooper who said she had talked to him a couple of minutes before and that he was on his way home. A short time later a call was received from a Mathis wrecker service. The man had been at a gas station in Mathis and had heard on the scanner that officers were looking for the subject. He had been at the gas station and was asking directions. He seemed very confused and didn’t know what town he was in. The wrecker driver told him how to get back to the campground and the subject left heading north on IH-37. A trooper said she had the man stopped on IH-37. He was given a ride to the campground. His wife was taken to pick up their vehicle.

A woman traveling on IH-37 advised there was a black pickup occupied by five males that was driving very recklessly. The vehicle had almost caused five accidents. The occupants were passing a black BB gun with an orange tip around the truck and shooting at vehicles as they passed. Her vehicle was not damaged. A state trooper soon had the vehicle stopped and advised that he had all the occupants detained. He arrested one man and the other four followed in their vehicle to the Sheriff’s office.

A man traveling on IH-37 advised they needed an officer because someone stole his girlfriend’s new license plates out of her vehicle. They were at a fast food restaurant near the 37/59 intersection.

The following are arrest records made through the Live Oak County Criminal Justice Center. The information was obtained from open records and does not reflect the guilt or innocence of those logged.

Juan Loza Garza, 56, of Tilden was arrested on March 13 for driving while intoxicated. McMullen County Justice of the Peace James Rayes set bond at $1,500 which he later changed to a personal recognizance bond.

Barbara Green, 48, of Orange Grove was arrested on March 10 for #1-criminal mischief greater than or equal to $50 less than $500 for which Justice of the Peace Virginia Tanguma set bond at $1,000 and #2-disorderly conduct for which she set bond at $500.

Daniel Rodriguez Palmer, 19, of George West was arrested on March 10 for theft of property greater than or equal to $50 less than $500 for which Tanguma set bond at $2,000.

Joseph Fernandez, 24, of Three Rivers was arrested on March 11 for unauthorized use of vehicle. Tanguma set bond at $10,000. He was released on a $10,000 personal recognizance bond authorized by Tanguma.

Thomas Nathan Green, 24, of Sandia was arrested on March 12 for #1-failure to obtain or maintain an operators license for which Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 Jim Lane set bond at $500 and #2-operating a motor vehicle without financial responsibility for which Lane set a $400 bond.

Joseph Leroy Hunt, 28, of Three Rivers was arrested on March 13 for public intoxication. Lane set bond at $400.

Darren Nils Reyna, 26, of Three Rivers was arrested on March 13 for public intoxication, minor, 3rd offense, enhanced. Lane set a $1,000 bond.

Pablo Madrid Alvarado, 26, of George West was arrested on March 11 for public intoxication. Lane set bond at $500. He was released to the Border Patrol on a personal recognizance bond.

Joe Manuel Huro, 17, of George West was arrested on March 1 for #1-possession of marijuana, less than 2 oz. Live Oak County Judge Jim Huff set bond at $2,500 and #2-public intoxication/marijuana for which Huff set bond at $1,000. He was released the next day after posting bond.

Benjamin Richard Cantu, 22, George West was arrested on March 2 for #1-purchasing/furnishing alcohol to a minor for which Huff set a bond of $1,000 and #2-reckless driving for which he set a $1,000 bond.

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