A George West man stated he needed an officer to come to his house. He had been sleeping and was awakened when a certain man busted out all the windows on his girl friend’s car. He described the vehicle and suggested that the man was probably headed back to his dad’s house. He called back two more times wanting to know how long until a cop showed up. He was cursing and saying a cop should have already been there because the man came into his house with a crowbar.
A man reported that he had a drunk woman in his yard screaming and yelling. He needed an officer to come and get her off his property. The responding deputy made an arrest.
A clerk at an IH37 convenience store advised that there was a man passed out on the sidewalk on the Hwy. 59 side of the store. He was wearing a T-shirt and no shoes.
A George West woman near the school said that she had her windows open listening to the ball game. She heard glass breaking and it was right by her house. She went on her back porch and saw two males running. One was wearing a black jacket and the other was wearing a red jacket. They ran towards Hwy. 59. Her husband called back and asked that an officer come by their residence so they could show them the vehicle damage and describe what they saw.
A Three Rivers woman reported that a mother was fixing to leave a residence with her kids and she was drunk.
A Whitsett woman stated there were two women and a toddler walking on a road behind a convenience store. She wanted someone to do a welfare check on them because she was concerned about the young child who seemed to be 3-4 years old. She had seen them walking earlier around 5 p.m. and they were still walking around. She was afraid they were going to walk the child to death. She said her mother, who lives in the area would go check on them. She didn’t think they needed to have the child out walking in the ditch this time of evening because of rattlesnakes.
A George West fast food restaurant reported that a vehicle was stuck on a curb.
A woman near George West advised that her chocolate-color lab has been missing. She thinks that some of the hunters that are out there might know something about it. She advised that they have tried talking to the hunters but that they won’t talk to anybody. She wanted an officer to go out there and ask them if they know anything.
A man near Dinero walked in and advised there was a blue van that had been hanging around for about two hours in his area. He said the van was occupied by two people. He had advised the driver of the van that it was a dead end road. The van was blue and had ‘carpet cleaning service’ on the back. The subject’s name was checked and showed to be wanted on a parole violation out of San Patricio County. He was shown as “armed and dangerous and was an escape risk”.
A George West woman advised there was a four-foot rattlesnake in their front yard. She said that her husband could kill it, if the officer says he can.
A Three Rivers woman reported that there was a small car that was in the brush on the farm-to-market road east of Oakville. The license plate was checked and found to belong to a Three Rivers resident.
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.
Adrian Lee Chapa, 18, of George West was arrested on Nov. 19 for public intoxication by a minor for which George West Municipal Judge Patricia Lanford set bond at $450 and disorderly conduct with a bond of $300.
James Todd Stewart, 24, of George West was arrested on Nov. 17 for possession of marijuana, less than 2 oz. He was released on a personal recognizance bond authorized by Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 Endercio Chapa.
Michael Brandon Niembro, 24, of George West was arrested on Nov. 19 for aggravated assault causes serious bodily injury. McMullen County Justice of the Peace James Rayes set bond at $30,000. He was released on Nov. 20, after posting bond.
Juan Paul Morin, aka John Morin, 41, of Three Rivers was arrested on Nov. 20 for driving with license invalid with previous conviction or suspension. Lanford set bond at $1,200. He was released on Nov. 20, after posting bond.