By Pete Kendallfirstname.lastname@example.org
Two men and a woman were magistrated Monday on drug-related charges by Justice of the Peace Pct. 1 Ronny McBroom.
Callie Cliett, 21, of Mineral Wells was charged with possession of marijuana 2 ounces ($500 bond) and possession controlled substance penalty Group 3 28 grams ($1,000 bond).
Logan Duncan, 21, of Godley was charged with delivery of marijuana, $5,000 bond with weekly drug testing until trial. Michael Fisher, 22, of Fort Worth was charged with manufacture delivery controlled substance 4g to 200g out of Tarrant County, no bond.
Also Monday, Coy Reeves Jr., 25, of Alvarado was charged with criminal trespass, $500 bond.
John Cavazos, 45, of Cleburne was charged with DWI second revoke supervision, $6,000 bond.
Juan Ramirez, 33, of Cleburne was charged with aggravated assault deadly weapon family violence, $25,000 bond and emergency protective order.
Patricia Cantrell, 46, of Hamilton was charged with public intoxication ($300 fine or bond) and possession drug paraphernalia ($300 fine).
Charles Garner, 44, of Gatesville was charged with public intoxication, $300 fine or bond.
Victoria Barrientes, 28, of Gatesville was charged with public intoxication, $300 fine or bond.
Felipe Zuniga, 45, of Cleburne was charged with DWI first, $1,000 bond.
Mark Shenkir, 44, of Cleburne was charged with assault elderly disabled ($1,500 bond) and resisting transport ($1,500 bond and emergency protective order).
Johnny Butler, 50, of Cleburne was charged with assault bodily injury family member ($1,500 bond) and unlawful restraint ($1,500 bond and emergency protective order).
Charles Shope, 50, of Mansfield was charged with possession of marijuana 4 ounces to 5 pounds ($2,500 bond), theft $1,500 to $20,000 ($5,000 bond and weekly drug testing).
Barry Thompson, 28, of Burleson was charged with possession controlled substance, $2,500 bond and weekly drug testing.
Juan Martinez, 21, of Joshua was charged with sales or distribution for display material harmful to minors, $1,000 bond.
Ryan Elliott, 17, of Burleson was charged with possession of marijuana, $2,500 bond.
Barry DeWeese, 43, of Cleburne was charged with DWI first, $1,000 bond.
Aaron Homer, 25, of Fort Worth was charged with DWI first, $1,000 bond.
Eddie Brannan, 46, of Fort Worth was charged with evading arrest with vehicle, $5,000 bond.
Christina Barron, 20, of Venus was charged with DWI with child, $5,000 bond, interlock device and weekly drug testing.
Johnson County sheriff’s deputies are investigating reported burglaries last week in Burleson and Alvarado.
Thursday on County Road 604 in Burleson, actors entered a habitation and took items including paper currency totaling $1,300, coins totaling $450, Sony laptop valued at $1,080, color printer valued at $75, Nikon digital camera valued at $200, night vision scope valued at $100, Nikon digital camera valued at $1,354, night vision camera valued at $400, Berretta .2 pistol valued at $475, Remington shotgun valued at $500, Winchester .22 rifle valued at $100, .22 pistol valued at $150, Nikon 55 mm lens valued at $180, Nikon 200 mm lens valued at $250, Epson printer valued at $100, HP digital camera valued at $200 and jewelry valued at $4,000.
Wednesday on Percifield Trail in Alvarado, unknown person entered a double-wide trailer without permission and removed a Black & Decker chainsaw valued at $70.
A blood drive for Austin Montgomery, son of JCSO deputy Dee DeeWedel, will be at the JCSO administration building, 1102 E, Kilpatrick, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 29
Montgomery was severely burned in a gas well explosion in West Virginia in August of this year. He has been in the West Penn Burn Center in Pittsburgh since that time. Blood donated in this drive will be credited to Montgomery.