Brewster County Sheriff’s Office weekly blotter

Total calls: 49

Total investigations: 46

Traffic stops: 38

Citations issued: 22

Civil process: 4

Feb. 29

Brewster Co.: Caller reported three loose black cows on North Highway 67

Alpine: Alarm activation at a residence in the 700 block of East Lockhart Avenue

Alpine: Alpine Police Dept. advised that an individual that had been brought to Brewster County Jail might have contraband hidden in their property

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 385 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 385 checkpoint/citation issued

Marathon: Deputy advised he was out at the old Mustang Propane

Alpine: Deputy reported he was out in the 200 block of East Avenue E

Marathon: Deputy reported he was out at a residence on Avenue B

Brewster Co.: Caller requested to speak with a deputy in reference to hitting a deer approximately 39 miles south of Marathon on Hwy 385/caller had already contacted a wrecker service, but his company requested a report on the accident.

Alpine: Deputy reported he was out with Alpine Police Dept. by the Sunday House on East Highway 90.

March 1

Sunny Glen: Caller advised he had an ingrown toenail and that he was going to need EMS/call canceled

Alpine: Deputy reported he en route to a residence in the 300 block of West Stockton Avenue for a civil standby

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: Deputy requested assistance from another deputy in reference to a possible smuggling vehicle on South Highway 118.

Alpine: Caller requested to speak with a deputy at Brewster County Jail in reference to a child custody issue

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case involving one male and one female individual/both were arrested and transported to Brewster County Jail

March 2

Alpine: Caller requested a deputy for a vehicle unlock in the 700 block of West Marfa Street

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 385 checkpoint/investigated/citation issued/cleared

March 3

Alpine: Alarm activation at the high school

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 385 checkpoint/citation issued

Alpine: Caller requested a welfare check on her children, who are living with their father, because she feels the conditions of the home are unsafe

Alpine: Caller requested a deputy in the 1200 block of East Holland Avenue in reference to removing her roommate, who was being aggressive, violent and refused to leave the residence

March 4

Brewster Co.: Deputy advised he was en route to South County Road to serve a felony warrant/male individual arrested and transported to Brewster County Jail

Terlingua: Caller advised his vehicle had been stolen/call canceled

Brewster Co.: Deputy advised he was out with a few all-terrain vehicles on South Texas 118 and Gate 4 Terlingua Ranch/warning issued

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: Deputy requested a call card on a knocked-down fence

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use at the 118 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol agent advised he had found a vehicle with the hazard lights on approximately 10 miles east of Alpine/possibly had hit deer

Brewster Co.: Caller reported loose livestock east of Marathon just past the rest stop on Highway 90

March 5

Marathon: Caller requested a funeral escort

Alpine: Caller requested a deputy for a vehicle unlock in the 400 block of W. Ave I

Alpine: Caller requested a welfare check on her children who were staying with their father at the Highland Inn

Brewster Co.: Deputy advised he was going to be out on South Highway 118 in reference to a road hazard involving broken glass

Brewster Co.: Deputy advised he out with a male individual walking by the railroad tracks near mile marker 904 on East Highway 90

Alpine: Deputy advised he was out with an individual near the Hampton Inn

March 6

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the Alpine station on West Highway 90/citation issued

Alpine: Alarm activation at the high school

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: Deputy advised he was out with U.S. Border Patrol in reference to trying to locate suspects, who had bailed out of a vehicle

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 385 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported another personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/male individual was arrested and transported to Brewster County Jail

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported a personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/citation issued

Brewster Co.: U.S. Border Patrol reported another personal use case at the 118 checkpoint/citation issued

Terlingua: Deputy reported an individual had reported terroristic threats from a group living in South County/report taken

Brewster County Jail booking log

Feb. 29

Martinez-Pineda, Saul, driving with license invalid with previous conviction/suspension without financial responsibility, Dept. of Public Safety

March 1

Francisco-Jose, Maria, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Francisco-Jose, Marilanda, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Galindo, Andres, posession of amphetamine, U.S. Marshall’s Service

Andres-Tomas, Martin, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Balan-Zet, Jose, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Benegas-Lazo, Carlos, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Berdandino-Quevedo, Marvin Fernando, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Echeverria-Garcia, Eduardo, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Francisco-Andres, Mario, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Gomez-Pablo, Jose, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Ramos-Santes, Nazario, illegal entry, U.S. Border Patrol

Cronin, Hayley Dorothy, possession of controlled substance PG 1 < 1G/possession of controlled substance PG 1 < 1G, Brewster County Sheriff’s Office

Moreno, Omar Luis, possession of controlled substance PG 1 < 1G, Brewster County Sheriff’s Office

Commander, Alexandria Leigh, possession of marijuana < 2 oz, Dept. of Public Safety

March 3

Chavez-Cano, Jose, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Drug Enforcement Agency

Chavez-Nevarz, Valdomero, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Drug Enforcement Agency

Rodriguez-Perez, Jesus Manuel, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Drug Enforcement Agency

Veleta-Gonzalez, Victor Alfonso, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Drug Enforcement Agency

Blanco-Blanco, Hector Manuel, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Drug Enforcement Agency

March 4

Bloodworth, Ronald Lynn, driving while intoxicated, second, Dept. of Public Safety

Mejia-Escoto, Luis Roberto, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Drug Enforcement Agency

Haije, Dirk Matthew, warrant/burglary of habitation, Brewster County Sheriff’s Office

Arceo-Mendoza, David Alejandro, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Drug Enforcement Agency

Rivas-Lazos, Esau Magdaleno, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Drug Enforcement Agency

Arroyo-Hernandez, Alfredo, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Drug Enforcement Agency

March 5

Croft, Allen Glenn, public intoxication, Alpine Police Dept.

Hernandez, Joel Luna, public intoxication, Alpine Police Dept.

March 6

Benavente, Damion Edward-Cruz, aggravated assault causes serious bodily injury/under the influence of alcohol, Big Bend National Park

Jurado, Noe Pedro, unlawful possession of firearm by felon, Dept. of Public Safety

Gallardo, Melinda Irene, warrant/assault caused bodily injury, Alpine Police Dept.

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