Brewster Co. Sheriff’s Dept. blotter

Nov. 2

Sunny Glen: Caller requested a deputy on FM 1703 just after the 90-degree turn in reference to five young Spanish-speaking males who asked him for assistance/caller said they left when he did not help them

Alpine: Caller requested a deputy at the AHS Ag Barn in reference to a trespasser feeding the animals

Alpine: Caller requested a deputy in the 600 block of North 2nd Street

 in reference to possible human remains located by a construction company

Brewster Co.: USBP advised of a personal use case at the 118 checkpoint

Brewster Co.: Caller advised of a loose horse on Snedecor Lane

Alpine: Deputy advised he was out on a close patrol at the AHS ag barn

Sunny Glen: Caller requested a deputy in reference to two young Spanish-speaking males had knocked on his residence door and he had told them to leave/caller gave a description

Sunny Glen: Female caller advised her dogs were were barking and she thought there were possible trespassers walking around her residence

Alpine: Alarm activation at the back door of City Drug

Nov. 3

Brewster Co.: Caller advised of a small passenger car on South Highway 118 that might be picking up individuals alleged to be in the country without permission

Brewster Co.:            Caller advised there was a dead animal on the side of the road next to the roadside park on West Highway 90

Alpine: Deputy advised he was out with an individual who had flagged him down in the 900 block of East Sul Ross Avenue

Brewster Co.: APD advised of an alleged individual in the country without permission on North Highway 67 by the railroad tracks in Pecos County/advised he had no food or water

Alpine: APD advised of a possible domestic disturbance in progress in the 1700 block of East Gallego Avenue

Alpine: Caller reported the same domestic disturbance outside her front yard in the 1700 block of East Gallego Avenue/parties were separated/cleared

Alpine: Deputy advised he was en route to Guzzi Up for a possible public intoxication

Alpine: Deputy advised of a civil standby for a female and her son so her son could retrieve his belongings from another residence/ /warning was issued

Terlingua: Caller requested an ambulance at a residence in the 100 block of Franklin Circle in reference to a 65-year-old male who was running a 104-degree fever/subject was transported to BBRMC

Brewster Co.: Caller advised his wife had hit a deer next to the rest stop by Elephant Mountain/call canceled

Brewster Co.: Caller advised of a loose cow on Highway 90 at mile marker 262

Nov. 4

Alpine:            APD advised a person was walking down the railroad tracks with a flashlight on the Old Marathon Road

Alpine:            Alarm at the high school

Lajitas: Deputy advised he received a call from a housekeeper at the Lajitas Resort who reported a couple of trespassers wandering on the grounds/subjects arrested

Alpine:            Deputy advised he had received a call from the Holiday Inn Express requesting a deputy to advise guests they cannot store propane tanks and other industrial equipment on the property

Brewster Co.:            Caller advised there was a bald-faced Angus calf on East Highway 90 outside of Marathon and he had removed it from a bridge

Alpine:            APD requested assistance at the Prescription Shop in reference to a customer becoming agitated in the store

Brewster Co.:            USBP advised of a personal use case at the 385 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: Caller advised of 10 loose black cows on the Post Road

Alpine:            APD advised of a dead deer at the intersection of 5th and Harriet/unable to locate

Nov. 5

Marathon: Caller requested a deputy at his residence in reference to having a female individual removed from his home/caller advised she hit him in the face while he was trying to set up a TV

Marathon: Caller requested EMS for a 93-year-old female who was very sick and weak/subject was transported to BBRMC

Sunny Glen: Female caller requested to speak with a deputy in reference to an incident that occurred at her residence on Wagon Road involving her husband/report taken

Brewster Co.:            BCSO received a call in reference to two black cows in the area of the O2 Flats

Alpine:            Deputy was requested at BCJ in reference to an inmate who was refusing to leave his cell in order to be moved to another cell

Terlingua: Caller requested a welfare check on a male individual

Alpine: Caller requested to speak with a deputy in reference to his ex-wife had forged his name to obtain federal student loans, and now he was receiving collection notices/report taken

Brewster Co.: Deputy advised he had received a call in reference to an alleged intoxicated motorist who had almost caused a head-on collision at Paisano Pass/warning issued

Terlingua: Caller requested to speak with a deputy in reference to some signs that were stolen from her property in the 1000 block of Sombero Peak Ranch Road/report taken

Alpine: APD requested assistance at KC's Quickmart in translating English to Spanish for an officer on call

Terlingua: Deputy advised he was out with a male individual who was under arrest

Nov. 6

Brewster Co.: USBP advised of a personal use case at the 385 checkpoint/citation issued

Alpine: Deputy advised he was out at a male individual's residence in Los Ranchos Estates

Brewster Co.:            Terrell Co. and Union Pacific advised of some loose cows on East Highway 90 8-15 miles outside of Marathon/unable to locate

Brewster Co.:            Sheriff Dodson requested a deputy in reference to three large bags of garbage on the Old Marathon Road by the feedlot

Brewster Co.:            APD advised gray smoke and what appeared to be a loud bang or explosion at Skinner's Well Service on Mosley Lane

Brewster Co.:            USBP advised of a personal use case at the 385 checkpoint/citation issued

Alpine:            Caller requested a deputy for a vehicle unlock in the 1700 block of North 5th Street

Terlingua: Deputy advised he was out with DPS on FM 170, 2 miles east of the CASI site

Alpine:            Alarm activation at the elementary school

Nov. 7

Brewster Co.:            Caller requested a deputy 10 miles north of Study Butte in reference to a flat tire

Alpine:            Caller requested a deputy for a vehicle unlock at Buck Stadium

Brewster Co.:            USBP advised of a personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/a female in possession of trace amounts of marijuana and a morphine pill/subject was arrested and transported to BCJ

Brewster Co.:            DPS trooper advised of a male individual who was having a possible heart attack at the Terlingua Emergency Response Center/report taken

Brewster Co.:            Caller advised of an auto accident 2 miles north of the county line on North Highway 118

Brewster Co.:            USBP advised of a personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.:            Caller advised a group of kids on Big Hill had a fire in the road/report taken

Brewster Co.:            Deputy advised he was out on Big Hill with a suspicious vehicle

Brewster Co.:            Caller requested a deputy at Dairy Queen for a vehicle unlock

Terlingua: Caller requested EMS in the 500 block of North Martinez Road in reference to his mother suffering chest pains/subject was transported to BBRMC

Alpine:            Alarm activation at the high school

Brewster Co.:            DPS trooper requested a deputy and a wrecker on Highway 67

Nov. 8

Sunny Glen: Deputy advised of a suspicious vehicle

Terlingua: Caller advised someone had tried to break into his vehicle/report taken

Brewster Co.:            Alarm at the Big Bend Brewery on West Highway 90

Terlingua: Deputy advised he was trying to locate an individual in the 500 block of North Martinez Road, whose mother had passed away during an ambulance call, for a case follow-up/negative contact

Alpine:            APD advised of a minor traffic accident at the courthouse

Brewster Co.:            USBP advised of a personal use case involving a male and a female individual/female had an extraditable warrant/female was arrested and transported to BCJ

Brewster Co.:            USBP advised of an additional personal use case at the 385 checkpoint/subject was arrested and transported to BCJ

Alpine:            Caller requested to speak with a deputy in reference to her son stealing her 2014 Ford Focus/report taken

Alpine:            Deputy advised he was en route to a residence in the 1600 block of East Avenue H for a case follow-up/information taken

Brewster Co.:            Deputy advised he was en route to a stop on Highway 90 where another BCSO deputy had found a backpack

Total Calls: 71

Total Investigations: 64

Traffic Stops: 67

Citations Issued: 12

Civil Process: 2

Brewster County Jail Booking Log

Nov. 3

Andres-Juan, Andres, Illegal Entry, USBP

Velaquez-Martinez, Edilsar Saul, Illegal Entry, USBP

Nov. 4

Baeza-Islas, Julian Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, DEA

Baeza-Ortega, Fabian, POM w/Intent, DEA

Lopez-Urbina, Cesar, POM w/Intent, DEA

Solis-Lopez, Juan de Dios, POM w/Intent, DEA

Nov. 5

Alvarez-Geronimo, Alberto, Re-entry w/o inspection, USBP

Johnson, Jared, DWLI w/Prev Conv/Susp/W/O/Fin Res, DPS

Nov. 6

Carbajal-Valdez, Martin, POM w/Intent, DEA

Montanez-Mendoza, Herberto, POM w/Intent, Aiding and Abetting, DEA

Sanchez, George, WrntMan/Del CS PG1 < 1G, DPS

Nov. 7

Chavez, Carmen,  (2 counts) Poss CS PG1 < 1G, BCSO

Welch, John Alexander Jr., DWLI w/Prev Conv/Susp/W/O Fin Res/POM < 2 oz, DPS

Nov. 8

Alfaro, Leticia, Wrnt/Poss CS, BCSO

Bellissemo, Scott Joseph, Poss CS PG2 >=400G, BCSO

Johnson, Russel Wayne, DWI 2nd, DWLI w/Prev Conv/Susp/W/O/ Fin Res, BCSO

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