No ownership; women go to jail

Three women were arrested on Monday morning for possession of marijuana by Officer John De Leon.

De Leon was at a business on the 200 block of North Johnson when he was confronted by a store employee and a customer in reference to a 2014 Ford Escape making noise as if something was scraping the ground. The officer observed the vehicle to have signs that it may have been involved in an accident, report stated. The vehicle came to a stop at another business where De Leon made contact with Cassandra Moreno. The two passengers, Amy Salinas and Edvin Navichoque, along with Moreno were asked to step out of the vehicle.

De Leon asked Moreno what happened to the car. She said she had gone to the ranch and got mud on her car. After receiving consent to a vehicle search, De Leon noticed marijuana on the floor board of the passenger side. An orange pill bottle with marijuana was found inside a black purse. All three women denied ownership. They were detained and transported to the JWC jail.

Hitting the library

A one vehicle accident was reported on the 400 block of East Third Street when 26-year-old Veronica Rodriguez slammed into the library sign Sunday.

Rodriguez was traveling westbound in a 2010 black Chrysler Sebring when she failed to drive in a single lane and jumped the curb. Rodriguez continued driving on the grassy area, report stated. No injuries were reported. Rodriguez had a five-year-old passenger at the time.

Foot chase

Bryan Soulas was arrested Saturday afternoon for evading arrest and possession of a controlled substance.

Officer Cristobal Gonzalez was dispatched to the 1100 block of East Main in reference to an illegally parked vehicle. While investigating a silver Ford Mustang who was parked improperly, Gonzalez observed two men standing at the entrance near the roadway. According to the report, Soulas was wearing a large brown jacket and blue jeans began to run south bound across the roadway. The other man was a lost prevention officer who stated Soulas committed a theft. Soulas ignored commands and continued to run. Officer were advised of the situation. He was later located in the heavy brush just east of the 120 block of Olmito. He had a large cut on the top of his head and was bleeding. According to the report, Soulas stated he had fallen during the chase and struck his head on a metal pole.

Soulas also stated he had a syringe in his jacket pocket which had a visible amount of brown liquid substance believed to be heroin, report stated. He was taken to the hospital then to the JWC jail.

Empty baggy, 2 men arrested

On Friday afternoon Officer John De Leon was on patrol when he observed a blue 2002 Ford Mustang traveling southbound with a defective license plate. The driver, Frank Garcia, and the passenger, Guillerno Cavazos appeared to be nervous when De Leon made contact. Garcia was asked to move to a parking lot on the 2400 block of South Highway 281 for safety. Garcia gave consent to search the vehicle. According to the report, an empty corner baggy was located in the driver side door panel. De Leon continued his search and found a clear plastic baggy containing cocaine behind the driver's seat. Garcia and Cavazos denied ownership and were transported to the JWC jail. They were charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Man arrested on possession charge

Officer Roel Escamilla was dispatched to the 200 block of South Texas Blvd. where he arrested Bobby Lee Foster for possession of a controlled substance. Escamilla made contact with Foster who was unsteady on his feet and had red blood shot eyes. The officer noticed Foster holding a half burnt brown wrapped synthetic marijuana cigarette in his right hand, report stated. He was taken to the JWC jail.

Teen found with marijuana

Adam Soto, 17, was arrested on Thursday at the 1 block of Coyote Trail for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Juan Martinez made contact with security. According to the report, Soto was detained in the boys bathroom for suspicion of smoking marijuana, report stated. A pat down by security uncovered a clear plastic baggie of marijuana in his front right jean pocket. He was transported to the JWC jail where jail administration found a black modified pen.