On Tuesday, Nov. 12, the 79th District Court Judge Richard Terrell will preside over cases that range from stalking to theft.


Cases are:


– Ezequiel Zeke Luna Jr. for theft over $20,000 and under $100,000 with a motion to revoke


– Luis Adolfo Zambrano for aggravated assault on public servant with motion to revoke


– Federico Gonzalez Jr. for possession of a controlled substance with motion to revoke


– Joe Gamez for possession for a controlled substance with motion to revoke


– Arnold Adrian Hinojosa for possession of a controlled substance with motion to revoke


– Kristian Lee Santos for two counts of possession of controlled substance with a motion to revoke


– Brandon Kyle Zulauf for aggravated robbery


– Jose Angel Espinoza for three counts of possession of a controlled substance with a controlled substance with a motion to revoke and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon


– Meaghan Jessie Green for a possession of a controlled substance


– Bryan James Soulas for possession of a controlled substance with a motion to revoke


– Justin Erineo Moreida for aggravated assault date, family, household with a weapon, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated sexual assault of an adult.


– Amador Perez Garza for theft of property less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions


– Jeffery Allen Schmidt for theft of property


– Stacie Valerio Trevino for driving while intoxicated with a child under 15 years of age


– Aaron Michael Garcia for possession of a controlled substance


– Jaime Javier Garcia for aggravated assault date, family, household with a weapon


– Tiffany Kristine Hobbs for possession of a controlled substance


– Bonnie Vidrio for prohibited substance in a correctional or civil commitment- attempt


– Debbie Garza for possession of a controlled substance


– Amanda Trevino for manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance


– Wayne Louis Benqit for manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance


– Marco Antonio Benavides for manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance


– Casey Harris for aggravated assault, and assault family household member impede breath or circulation


– Gabriel Cantu for stalking


– Rodrick Solomon Valdez for possession of a controlled substance


– Maria Elena Andrae for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon


– Allen Marcus Carrillo for possession of controlled substance


– Joshua James Monroe for possession of a controlled substance


– Arnold Alaniz Jr. for possession of controlled substance


– Juan Carlos Davila for harassment of public servant


– Humberto Javier Zamora for theft property less than $2,500 with two or more previous convictions