Sheriff's Report
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In addition to arrest, the Sheriff’s department received approximately 260 calls during the week of May 22-28.

Reckless driving complaints continue to rise weekly. The heavy rains came with numerous high water rescue call for the LOC dispatchers.

A GW complaint that threats are being made from students to teachers at the school. Respond immediately if any calls came from that address.

LOC family reported being trapped in their home due to high water. The family needed assistance they could not reach their cars due to being covered in water.

A Three Rivers caller reported that power lines were sparking next to the Ranch House Restaurant.

In George West a concerned citizen called to report on FM 889 near CR 135 a Texas Energy Truck had ran off into the ditch.

A TR resident reported they were the victim of identity theft that had taken place the day before. The caller reported they had a San Antonio bank account and the theft had taken place through the website.

In GW man called to report someone had cut the locks off his mini storage unit and stolen items such as toolboxes and tools along with other items.

A Lagarto woman advised that she arrived home to find a stray dog in her swimming pool, she tried to remove the dog and, in doing so, it bit her on the hand. The caller had no idea where the dog had run but that she saw the dog in the neighborhood prior to this incident.

In GW a woman requested an officer come to her home due to the fact her son was in the home intoxicated and causing problems.

In TR an officer reported power lines were down across from the Best Western hotel due to a vehicle striking a pole.

In TR a female truck driver reported suspicious persons – when she stopped for fuel, she noticed two men jumping from her 18 wheeler.

A Swinney Switch resident reported concern over an abandoned four-door Toyota that had been in the same spot for three days.

In GW a caller advised dispatchers that someone was sleeping in the culvert at Highway 59 eastbound at the west side of San Antonio St., person was covered in a maroon blanket.

In LOC a caller requested information regarding animal control in the county, the caller reported someone had dropped off two pit bulls; caller advised they dogs might attack someone.

A GW caller reported a male subject was assaulting a woman, that he had her on the ground beating her and they left heading towards Cabbera St. The subject was eventually stopped and taken to jail.

A Lagarto business alarm went off; the alarm was for a carbon monoxide gas leak.

In TR a caller reports son and his wife are arguing at the Three Rivers cemetery; wife is throwing rocks at the son.

A TR man reported staying at a local hotel and leaving his wallet, went back to retrieve it and was told it was not found.

In GW a caller advised he was arrested in George West and would now like his pocket knife back that was taken at the time of his arrest.


Tonja Yvonne Hernandez, 26, of Charlotte was arrested on Feb. 26 for bail jumping, failure to appear and to hinder apprehension or prosecution of a known felon.

Eric C. Bernal, 31, of George West was arrested on March 22 for public intoxication; no fine, bond or release date was given.

Joe A. Romero, 19, of George West was arrested on March 24, for possession of marijuana less than two ounces; no fine, bond or release date was given.

Stella E. Donovan, 37, of Three Rivers was arrested on May 10 for driving while license invalid and vehicle inspection expired; fines where imposed in the amount of $504.66 no release date given.

Arturo M. Gonzales, 58, of Three Rivers was arrested on May 17 for public intoxication; no fine, bond or release date was given.

James H. Brown, 35, of George West was arrested on May 22 for public intoxication; no fine, bond or release date was given.

Rita D. Villanueva, 41, of Beeville turned herself in on May 22 for theft of firearms; bond was accepted in the amount of $1,500. She was released the same day.
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