Kimble County dispatch received approximately 236 telephone calls and 302 audio transmissions during the week of August 19 through August 25.
1. Deputy Stewart and DPS Trooper Dutchover responded to IH-10 438 mile marker for a report of a motor vehicle accident.
2. DPS Trooper Morris responded to IH-10 west of Junction in an attempt to locate a black four door passenger vehicle driving recklessly.
3. Junction VFD responded to the 4100 block of KC 2112 for a private citizen’s burn pile that flared back up.
4. Deputy Suttle responded to IH-10 in an attempt to located a black Chrysler 300 passenger car that was reported as driving recklessly.
5. Deputy Suttle responded to the 2400 block of Main for a report of an infant locked in a car by mistake. Deputy Suttle successfully unlocked the car, and the infant was safe.
1. Deputy Brown responded to IH-10 438 mile marker for a report of a possible motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, at the accident, it was determined that there were no injuries, and a wrecker was notified.
2. Deputy Suttle and DPS Trooper Lundy responded to IH-10 442 mile marker for a motor vehicle accident.
3. DPS Trooper Lundy responded to IH-10 in an attempt to located a black GMC passenger vehicle reported as driving recklessly. Subject was found and later arrested for driving under the influence.
4. Deputy Suttle responded to KC 260 for a report of trespassers camping on private property; subjects were advised to leave the property.
1. Deputy K. Brown and DPS Trooper Meadow responded to Cleo Road five miles north of IH-10 for a report of a motor vehicle accident with no injuries.
2. Chief Deputy Leistikow and Deputy Noah responded to 400 block of Segovia Access Road for a report of a possible intoxicated subject drinking on the premises; subject was asked to leave.
3. Deputy Stewart responded to the 500 block of Cedar Creek Road for a possible suicidal subject; the call was unfounded.
1. DPS Trooper Sanders, Officer Buscha and Officer Loer responded to the 2400 block of Main for a motor vehicle accident with injuries.
1. Deputy Stewart responded to IH-10 458 mile marker for a subject walking in the roadway.
2. Junction VFD responded to US 290 for a report of a brush fire.
Kimble County Sheriff’s Office and Jail Administrator Jack Noah processed 11 persons through the jail on the following charges:
1. Deputy S. Brown arrested Andy Maples, 53, of Junction on a Kimble County warrant for aggravated assault family violence.
2. Officer Ward arrested Diana Dimafelis, 36, of Katy for possession of marijuana greater then 50 pounds less than or equal to 2000 pounds.
1. DPS Trooper Dutchover arrested Carlos Garpa, 28, of Farmers Branch for possession of marijuana less than 2 oz.
2. DPS Trooper Lundy arrested Martin Luna, 30, of Acosta Juventino, Mexico, for driving while intoxicated.
3. DPS Trooper Lundy arrested Damian Torres-Rodrigo, 30, of Acosta Juventino, Mexico, for a federal detainer from Border Patrol.
1. DPS Trooper Lundy arrested Jennifer Barrera, 31, of Lubbock for a Nueces County Warrant for assault causing bodily injury family violence.
2. Officer Buscha arrested Tiffany Ponder, 37, of San Angelo on a Kimble County warrant for bond forfeiture and a Tom Green County warrant for unauthorized absence community correction facility.
1. Deputy Noah arrested Marisa Gauna, 28, of Junction for possession of a controlled substance and evading arrest or detention with a motor vehicle.
2. Deputy Noah arrested Margarito Flores, 53, of Junction for a motion to revoke probation.
1. DPS Trooper Bohn arrested Joseph Perez, 39, of Junction for possession of a controlled substance.
2. DPS Trooper Bohn arrested Jorge Ruiz, 21, of Junction for possession of a controlled substance.