2008-10-17 / News

Law Enforcement Report

Recent arrests:

Oct. 15

-- Keith Oneil Scales, 23, of Lampasas for evading arrest or detention and resisting arrest or search. At press time Thursday morning, he remained in the Lampasas County Jail.

Oct. 13

-- Allen Theodore Fields, 54, of Lampasas for driving while intoxicated. He was still in jail Thursday morning.

Oct. 12

-- Rodney Kirk Wenzel, 37, of Lampasas for deadly conduct. He bonded out the same day.

-- Dean Logan Mitchell, 17, of Lampasas for possession of marijuana under two ounces. He made bond Monday.

-- Talbert Leon White, 36, of Lampasas for deadly conduct. Bond was posted the same day.

-- Charles Matthew Atkinson, 26, of Lampasas on a Wichita County warrant for assault/family violence and bond surrender on assault. He bonded out Monday.

Oct. 11

-- Daniel Reese McDowell, 17, of Kempner for manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance over four grams and possession of marijuana under two ounces. He made bond the same day.

-- Joseph G. San Miguel III, 37, of Austin for driving while intoxicated, driving while license invalid and speeding. He made bond the same day.

-- Rodney Arthur Miller, 39, of San Saba for possession of marijuana under two ounces and parole violation on a driving while intoxicated charge. He remained in jail Thursday morning.

-- Calvin Ray Pavey, 20, of Lampasas for possession of marijuana under two ounces, minor in possession of alcohol and possession of a controlled substance under 28 grams. He made bond the same day.

Oct. 10

-- Michael Patrick Cabrera, 39, of Austin for driving while intoxicated. He posted bond the same day.

Oct. 8

-- Mary Loretta Martinez, 39, of Lometa for forgery of a financial instrument. She bonded out the same day.

-- Lucas Howle Ferguson, 18, of Lampasas for evading arrest/detention with a vehicle. He made bond Oct. 9.

Oct. 7

-- Dixon Dewayne Dewald, 19, of Gatesville for taking certain wildlife resources without consent. He made bond the same day.

Oct. 6

-- Anthony Ray Kirk Sr., 35, of Lometa for burglary, possession of cocaine and indecency with a child-exposure. He was still in jail Thursday morning.

Oct. 4

-- Kelley Inman Bartek, 36, of Salado for abandon/ endanger a child, driving while intoxicated and possession of a controlled substance under four grams. She was released Wednesday after posting bond.

Oct. 2

-- Earl J. Edmiston, 52, of New Baden, Ill., for possession of a controlled substance under 28 grams and possession of marijuana under two ounces. Bond was made the same day.

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