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Sheriff’s Arrests

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Editor’s note – Readers are reminded that an arrest is not an indication of guilt. People are presumed innocent after an arrest until convicted.

Although reasonable care is taken, clerical errors may exist.

In the section where those individuals who are arrested and booked are listed, law enforcement entities are denoted by the following abbreviations: SO – Sheriff’s Office; BTM – Bandera Town Marshal; DPS – Texas Department of Public Safety; PCT – Precinct/Constable; TPW – Texas Parks and Wildlife.

From September 6-12, the following people were arrested:

Stephen Thompson, 54, of Lakehills, arrested September 7 by SO for burglary of a building, released September 8.

Dawn Waterman, 39, of Pipe Creek, arrested September 7 by SO for three counts of theft of firearm.

Cody Sales, 37, of Lakehills, arrested September 8 by SO on a warrant from an outside agency, released September 7.

Sandra Small, 61, of Bandera, arrested September 8 by SO on a court order.

Jennifer Jung, 50, of Bandera, arrested September 8 by SO on a motion to revoke parole warrant, three failure to appear warrants and three capias pro fine warrants.

Christopher Dillard, 39, of Castroville, was housed for Real, released September 10.

Adrian Nevarez, 23, of Camp Wood, was housed for Real.

Ryan Obrien, 37, of Bandera, arrested September 9 by Real for burglary of a habitation and interfering with a public servant, released September 11.

Kevin Bowen, 20, of Lakehills, arrested September 10 by So for sexual assault.

Pamela Miller, 60, of Bandera, arrested September 10 for unlawful restraint, released September 10.

Jose Gonzales, 34, of San Antonio, arrested September 11 by SO for driving with an invalid license.

Antonio Quesada, 34, of Lakehills, arrested September 11 by SO for assault by threat, released September 12.

Colby Carrier, 19, of Edna arrested September 11 by BPD for first-offense DWI, released September 12.

As of Monday, September 13, there were 60 inmates in Bandera County Jail, six of which were from another county.