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.
During the week of Oct. 21-28, the following individuals were arrested:
Bradley Magoon, 26, of Mico, arrested Oct. 21 by SO for evading arrest with a vehicle, released Oct. 22; Heather Slade, 41, of San Antonio, arrested Oct. 21 by SO on an off-bond warrant; Christian Wilhelm, 22, of Bandera, arrested Oct. 21 by SO for contempt of court, released Oct. 22; Amber Hanson, 45, of Bastrop, arrested Oct. 21 by SO on three, felony, motion-to-revoke-probation warrants; Bradley Kitchens, 21, of Bandera, arrested Oct. 21 by BTM on a warrant, released Oct. 22; Toby Hughes, 52, of Bandera, arrested Oct. 22 by DPS for possession of marijuana and public intoxication, released Oct. 23; Crystal Giaccone, 41, of Bandera, arrested Oct. 22 by DPS for DWI, released Oct. 23; Robert Roach, 56, of Bandera, arrested Oct. 25 by SO on a warrant, released Oct. 27; Kody Weber, 18, of Bandera, arrested Oct. 25 by SO for failure to stop and contempt of court; Michael Crawford-Lucas, 33, of Bandera, arrested Oct. 26, by SO for speeding, driving with an invalid license and on a failure-to-appear warrant, released Oct. 27; Ray Peche, 31, no hometown listed, arrested Oct. 27 by SO on four charges of possession of a controlled substance, two charges of evading arrest with a vehicle, evading arrest and four, failure-to-appear warrants; Jose Lopez-Cervantes, 34, of Mountain Home, arrested Oct. 27 by SO for evading arrest with a vehicle; Morgan Leach, 31 of Boerne, arrested Oct. 28 by SO for public intoxication.
As of Oct. 28, the Bandera County Jail had 55 inmates, including three from Real County, three from Frio County, two from Medina County and one from Edwards County.