The Jim Wells County Sheriff's Department has released its Top 10 Most Wanted Criminals for the month of November.

Those wanted include:

Amador Gonzalez, 41, felony – capias – judgement NISI – driving while intoxicated Christina Reyes Rios, 40, misdemeanor – alias capias -bond forfeiture – failure to appear – theft Christopher Lee Harris, 32, felony- bond forfeiture – manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance and felony – manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance Jacob Wayne Arriola, 29, felony – capias – failure to appear – motion for enforcement – child support, and felony – capias - state's motion to adjudication of guilt – possession of cocaine Jose Francisco Arredondo, 28, felony – bond forfeiture – evading arrest/detention with vehicle, and two counts of felony – bond forfeiture – possession of a controlled substance Juan Javier De La Rosa, 27, misdemeanor – bond forfeiture – failure to appear – criminal trespass and misdemeanor – bond forfeiture – failure to appear – possession of a controlled substance Leticia Lopez, 50, misdemeanor – theft of service more than $100 under $750 – theft by check Ramiro Ordonez, 25, felony – capias – state's motion to adjudication of guilt Ricardo Garza Jr., 26, misdemeanor – alias capias – bond forfeiture – failure to appear – reckless driving, misdemeanor – alias capias – bond forfeiture – failure to appear – resisting arrest, and felony – capias – judgement NISI – aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Troy Antonio Ortiz, 28, felony – capias – state's motion to adjudication of guilt – aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and state's motion to revoke probation – evading arrest with a motor vehicle Any individual with information on the whereabouts of the most wanted, contact Crime Stoppers of South Texas at 664-STOP (7867). If it leads to an arrest or indictment of any wanted person, it could earn the tipster a cash reward.