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Police made 12 arrests

The arrest records published in The Port Lavaca Wave newspaper are public information. Any indication of arrest does not mean that the person in question has been convicted of a crime. All those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

Local law enforcement made 12 arrests between Monday, January 2 and Sunday, January 8, as follows:

Monday, January 2

James Gabriel Morales, 38, from Port Lavaca, was arrested by the Port Lavaca Police Department for trespassing.

Tuesday, January 3

Chezeten Jovan Gibson, 31, of Dallas, was arrested by the Point Comfort Police Department on a warrant for assault causing bodily harm.

Wednesday, January 4

Daniel Torres Jr., 39, of Corpus Christi, was arrested by the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) on a speeding warrant.

Thursday, January 5

Jeremy Taylor Atchisson, 44, of Fulton, was arrested on parole by the CCSO on a parole violation warrant.

Friday, January 6

Edward Lee Hranitzky, 43, from Port Lavac, was arrested by the CCSO for sailing on a boat without a life jacket.

Saturday, January 7

Charles Wade Brown, 39, from Seadrift, was arrested by the Seadrift Police Department for possession of less than one gram of a Group 1-B prohibited substance, possession of less than two ounces of marijuana, and public intoxication for three previous convictions.

Cindy Lou Covey, 58, from Port Lavac, was arrested by the PLPD for trespassing.

Carlos Mauro Diaz, 26, from Edinburgh, was arrested by the CCSO for driving without insurance.

Bobby Lee Faltesek Jr., 32, of Port Lavaca, was arrested by the PLPD for drunk driving.

Cecileo Morales, 45, of Seadrift, was arrested by the CCSO for showing a fictitious vehicle registration and driving without a license with a previous conviction or with a suspended license.

Sunday, January 8

Pablo Rigani Mesquita Perez, 22, of Seadrift, was arrested by the CCSO for drunk driving.

Dylon Austin Schefchik, 22, from Port Lavaca, was arrested by the CCSO for criminal mischief causing damages ranging from $750 but less than $2,500, and for being drunk in a public place.

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