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Two felony arrests reported by police

POLICE REPORT

Two felony arrests were made during the past week by Rockdale police, both coming after traffic stops by Ofc. James Treadway.

On April 9, Nathan Andrew Willingham, 28, of Rockdale, was charged with prohibited substance in a correctional facility.

He remains in custody ion lieu of $20,000 bond.

Jesus Castillo-Reyna, 50, of Luling was charged with evading arrest and driving while intoxicated-third or more offense on Saturday.

He remains in custody on $20,000 bond.

There was one misdemeanor arrest on a Milam County warrant for a motion to revoke probation on an original charge of theft ($50 to $500).

OFFENSES—Police investigated two incidents of male subjects accused of assaulting females during the past week.

Lt. J. D. Newlin said in one incident an arrest warrant for assault causing bodily injury/family violence has been issued.

The other involved a juvenile offender and has been turned over to juvenile authorities, he said.

Other offense investigations begun during the past week included criminal trespass, DWI, possession of drug paraphernalia and outstanding warrant.

There were also eight incidents of driving while license invalid reported during the past week.

CRASHES—Police investigated three traffic accidents inside the city limits of Rockdale during the past seven days.

Police said a 5:34 p.m. April 8 collision at the Main-Belton intersection involved vehicles operated by Hannah Fischer of Rockdale and Janie Mendoza of Cameron.

Damages were termed minor to both vehicles by police.

A two-vehicle accident was reported at 8:16 a.m. Friday in the Project Head Start parking lot at 233 Mill.

Drivers were listed as Lane Davenport and Latoya Miller, both of Rockdale.

Police said there was minor damage to the Miller car, while the Davenport vehicle was not damaged.

Vehicles operated by Tibor Shelley of Oklahoma and Danette Walker of Converse were in collision at 5:30 p.m. Friday in front of Walmart.

Damage estimates were not available.

CITATIONS—Traffic tickets issued during the week included 39 for speeding, six each for driving while license invalid and expired MVI sticker, three for failure to maintain financial responsibility, two each for unrestrained child under five and expired registration and one for disregarding a stop sign.

One citation was issued for animal at large.

SERVICE CALLS— Officers responded to 162 calls for service during the week and 101 calls were received through the 911 system.


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