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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 August 2-8, the following people were arrested:

Clayton Morse, 37, of Engleside, arrested Aug. 2 by SO on a court order, released Aug. 3

James Fontaine, 30, of Bandera, arrested Aug. 3 by SO for possession of marijuana under two ounces, released Aug. 3.

Charles Harris, 34, of San Antonio, arrested Aug. 4 by SO for evading arrest and a fugitive warrant.

Marco Soto, 24, of Boerne, arrested Aug. 6 by SO for assault with bodily injury, released Aug. 7.

Kevin Franke, 21, of Kerrville, arrested Aug. 6 by SO for three motion to revoke parole warrants and a bench warrant.

Vernon Miles, 42, of San Antonio, arrested Aug. 6 by SO for possession of marijuana between four ounces and five pounds, unlawful possession, manufacturing/delivery of a page one controlled substance less than a gram, first-offense DWI, possessing a dangerous drug and two counts of failing to appear.

Sherri Buckliew, 53, of Bandera, arrested Aug. 7 by SO on a fugitive warrant.

Knavarone Meier, 26, of Elmendorf, arrested Aug. 7 by SO on a warrant from an outside agency.

Librado Padilla, 39, of Uvalde, arrested Aug. 7 by THP for first-offense DWI, released Aug. 8.

Cody Brooks, 29, of Corpus Christi, arrested Aug. 8 by SO for public intoxication, released Aug. 8.

Allison Denman, 30, of Pipe Creek, arrested Aug. 8 by SO for abandoning/endangering a child.

Craig Mallia, 25, of Lakehills, arrested Aug. 8 by SO for three traffic warrants, fraud and possession of a controlled page one substance under one gram.

As of Monday, August 9, there were 64 inmates in the Bandera County Jail, six of which were contract inmates from a different county.