Kicked in the door
Jacob Lopez was arrested Saturday for burglary of a habitation with intent of felony and for possession of a controlled substance on the 1600 block of Guadalupe Street.
Officer Julian Barrera was dispatched to the scene and upon arrival made contact with a victim who stated she and others at the residences had been assaulted by Lopez. One of the victims had blood on his head and injuries to his eyes, report stated. The victims informed the officer that Lopez had left the residence and could be at a residence on the 1600 block of Guadalupe Street.
According to the report, an argument between Lopez and one of the victims occurred. The victim left the residence and Lopez followed. According to the report, Lopez kicked in the door and began pushing and shoveling one of the victims.
While Barrera was at the first residence, he was informed that officers located synthetic marijuana at the second residence, report stated. Lopez was located and transported to the Jim Wells County jail.
Officer Julian Barrera was dispatched to the 100 block of South Stadium on Friday in reference to a man who was possibly intoxicated.
Officer Juan Reyes and Barrera located a man rolling around in the mud who was unresponsive, report stated. The officers were able to identify the man who was not from the area. EMS transported him to the local hospital. According to witnesses, the man was seen at an apartment nearby. Officers made contact with the apartment manager. Martin Hinojosa III opened the door of the apartment where the unresponsive man had been seen. Hinojosa was found to have warrants out of the City of Alice. According to the report, Hinojosa, who does not reside at the residence took ownership of narcotics inside the residence. The manager located the narcotics in plain view in the kitchen and living room, report stated.
Hinojosa was transported to the JWC jail.
Wanted man arrested
On Friday, Officer Orlando Jasso was dispatched to the 300 block of Olmito Street in reference to a possible wanted person. Jasso made contact with Aaron Trevino and detained him until warrants were confirmed. According to the report, Trevino was patted down for officer safety when the officer located an unusual bulge in his right side shorts pocket. Jasso removed a clear knotted plastic bag which contained synthetic marijuana. Trevino's warrants were confirmed and transported to the JWC jail. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
Man arrested after accident
Gabriel Hernandez was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and driving while intoxicated Friday morning by Officer Jose Flores.
Flores responded to a call on the 300 block of North Johnson for an accident. Officers made contact with Hernandez who was disoriented and zoned out, report stated. As Flores spoke with Hernandez, he could smell synthetic marijuana.
According to the report, the officer had reason to believe Hernandez was under the influence of some type of narcotic. An assisting officer advised Flores of a white synthetic marijuana cigarette in plain view. After a search of the vehicle, a green empty bag of synthetic marijuana and a gray scale were found, report stated. He was transported to the JWC jail.