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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.

During the week of April 27 – May 3, the following individuals were arrested:

Damian Crafton, 28, of Lakehills, arrested April 27 by SO on two, misdemeanor motion-to-revoke-probation warrants and for failure to appear;

Drew New, 18, of Lakehills, arrested April 27 by SO for theft and driving with an invalid license, released April 28;

Douglas Hallberg, 65, of Lakehills, arrested April 27 by SO for theft and on a traffic warrant, released April 29;

Terry Bohannon, 60, of Pipe Creek, arrested April 28 by SO on a warrant from an outside agency, released April 29;

Aaron Ruby, 22, of Kingsbury, arrested May 1 by SO for public intoxication, released May 1;

Anthony Miller, 22, of San Antonio, arrested May 1 by BTM for possession of marijuana, released May 3;

Erick Secundino-Antonio, 20, of San Antonio, arrested May 2 by PCT for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, released May 3;

Robert Sutton, 57, of Bandera, arrested May 2 by SO on a warrant from an outside agency, released May 3;

Daniel Smith, 31, of Selma, arrested May 2 by BTM for reckless driving and DWI, released May 3;

Teresa Mager, 46 , of Lakehills, arrested May 3 by SO for possession of a controlled substance, released May 3;

Austin Bess, 19, of Kerrville, arrested May 3 by SO for evading arrest and possession of drug container paraphernalia;

Damon Martinez, 20, of Bandera, arrested May 3 by SO for evading arrest.

As of May 4, the Bandera County Jail had 56 inmates, including five from Medina County, four from Real County and one from Frio County.