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 January 25-30, the following people were arrested in Bandera County:
Isaac Calderon, 19, of Bandera, arrested January 25 by sheriff’s office (SO) for aggravated sexual assault.
Jesus Calderon, 26, of Bandera, arrested January 26 by SO on a motion to revoke parole warrant, released January 27.
Donovan Wilson, 25, of Pipe Creek, arrested January 26 by So for possession of paraphernalia, released January 27.
Rebekah Holsey, 32, of Bandera, arrested January 26 by SO on a warrant from an outside agency, released January 27.
Baby E Padilla, 19, of Bandera, arrested January 26 by SO for possession of paraphernalia, released January 28.
Kellie Klesel, 59, of Pipe Creek, arrested January 26 by THP for first-offense DWI, released January 27.
Steven Stienmetz, 48, of Lakehills, arrested January 28 by SO for first-offense DWI, released January 28.
Jeremy Moore, 31, of Bandera, arrested January 28 by SO for two counts of assault with bodily injury and injury to a child, released January 29.
Christopher Salinas, 32, of San Anotnio, arrested January 30 by SO for public intoxication, released January 30.
Raquel Cortes, 41, of Bandera, arrested January 2 by S for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
As of Monday, January 31, there were 56 inmates in the Bandera County Jail, two of which were inmates from Real County.