Sweeny Police | 2004 Arrests

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For more information and details about this  information, click on the link below: Public Information


In an effort to provide the most public information about police services and activity, we will post all arrests made throughout the year here.  However, keep in mind, all persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

What is Public Information?

As defined by the Texas Government Code, "public information" means information that is collected, assembled, or maintained under a law or ordinance or in connection with the transaction of official business by a governmental body.


Why is this information disclosed over the Internet?

Furthermore, the law states, "This chapter [Chapter 552, Texas Government Code] does not prohibit a governmental body or its officer for public information from voluntarily making part or all of its information available to the public, unless the disclosure is expressly prohibited by law or the information is confidential under law."

Our Philosophy

It is the philosophy of the Sweeny Police Department to disclosure arrests, crime reports, and other traditionally secretive information to the public on our Web site for a number of reasons:

  1. We believe it may serve as a deterrent.

  2. We believe, and this is confirmed with Web site statistical analysis, that the public is interested in, not only who is being arrested, but what crimes are being committed in Sweeny.

  3. We believe in the philosophy of community-oriented policing, a philosophy that encourages and depends on the cooperative effort of the police and citizens to combat social and criminal problems in traditional and non-traditional ways.

  4. Requesting public information is not free.  Minimal fees apply to the disclosure of public information.  Therefore, by providing the information over the Internet, the public is relieved of the burden of paying these fees.

  5. By providing the information over the Internet, our administrative staff saves time and money by not having to answer "traditional" public information requests which are considerably more time consuming.

  6. Lastly, we believe this Web site is a valuable way to bridge the gap between the police and our citizens.  Generally, the information provided in this Web site is not compiled for public disclosure or release, but instead it is used internally for crime prevention and detection purposes.  By specifically formatting this information for this Web site and publishing it, we have empowered our public to be enlightened, informed, and educated on issues facing our city as it relates to crime and other social problems.


Do you agree or disagree with our philosophy?  Do you believe arrests should be made public in this forum?  Let us know.  Send us an e-mail to inbox@sweenypolice.org.





Jan 1-4 Cox, Robert L. 40

1. Assault (C)

2. Assault (C)

  Bonner, Marcus


Warrant Arrest (C)
Jan 5-11 Lopez, Heriberto Romero


Driving While License Suspended (B)
Jan 12-18 Hernandez, Silverio 29 Assault, Family Violence (C)
  Meador, Terry 38 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Brown, Christian M. 20 Assault, Family Violence (C)
Jan 19-25 Rutherford, Michael 26 Indecency with a Child (F2)
  Chenault, Tammy Louise 34 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Garcia, Adam


Assault, Family Violence (C)
Jan 26-Feb 1 Buchanan, Jessica L. 19 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Sweeny, Beverly Kay 41 Forgery of Financial Instrument (F4)
  Hudson, Gordon Dale  50 Criminal Trespass (B)
Feb 2-8 Vicars, Larry Wade 41 Public Intoxication (C)
  Kubena, Daniel Craig 17 Driving While License Suspended (B)
  Williams, Jimmietta 34 Disorderly Conduct (C)
  Bess, Andrew Rayshard 17 Possession of Marijuana (A)
Feb 9-15 Anderson, Stephen Ray 32 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Bailey, John David 32 Assault, Family Violence (A)
  Vicars, Larry Wade 41 Possession of a Dangerous Drug (A)
Feb 16-22 Barber, Richard Brandon 21 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Ford, Jason Howard 26 Criminal Mischief (B) x3
  Aguilar, Ruben Zamundio 23 Public Intoxication (C)
  Franco, James 32 Assault (A)
  Bailey, John David 32 Violation of Protective Order (A)
Feb 23-29 Mikulec, Jason Frank 23 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Breaux, Julius 22 Warrant Arrest (B)
  Villarreal, Gill 17 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Moss, Rhonda 41 Assault, Family Violence (C)
March 1-7 Mayer, Robert Earl 40 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Brown, Rondray Deshae 37 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Swank, Wesley Wayne 42 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Callahan, Ashley Leeann 22 Warrant Arrest (C)
March 8-14 Jones, Damien Renwick 26

1. Violation of Protective Order (A)

2. Delivery of Cocaine (F1)

3. Delivery of Marijuana (F3)

March 15-21 Lincecum, Roy Lee 45 Assault, Family Violence (C)
  Klemmer, Karla Ann 38 Burglary of a Building (F4)
  Henderson, Bobby Wayne 17 Delivery of Controlled Substance (Drug-Free Zone) (F3)
March 22-28 Parks, Norriece Andtron 17 Theft (A)
Mar. 29-Apr. 4 Matula, Adam C. 18 Public Intoxication (C)
  Johnson, Arthur Lee 20 Public Intoxication (C)
  Evans, Morgan 17 Theft (B)
  Davidson, Hugh, Jr. 31 Warrant Arrest (C)
April 5-11 Jones, Bonnie Sue 32 Forgery (F4)
  Thompson, Robert 43 Forgery (F4)
April 12-18 Tims, Chasity 19 Warrant Arrest (C)
April 19-25 Shaddock, Michael Andrew 17 Theft (B)
  Bunch, Buddie Scott 36

1. Assault by Threat (C)

2. Criminal Mischief (A)

3. Assault on Public Servant (F3)

  Knighton, Iris Bonita 36 Warrant Arrest (C)
Apr 26-May 2 Bess, Terry Lynn 35 Aggravated Robbery (F1)
May 3-9 Music, Darleen 36 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Cox, Robert 41

1. Deadly Conduct (A)

2. Terroristic Threat (B)

  Sanders, Eric Wade 23 Public Intoxication (C)
May 10-16 Wiley, James Larce 33 Assault, Family Violence (C)
  Wiley, Charlsa Elaine 35 Assault, Family Violence (C)
  Jacobs, Shayne Kyle 28 Warrant Arrest (C)
May 17-23 Murphy, Bradley Jermaine 18 Disorderly Conduct - Exposure (C)
  Baugh, Lester 42 Public Intoxication (C)
  Baranowski, Timothy John 18 Delivery of Marijuana (F4) (x3)
May 24-30 Moreno, Jaime 29 Assault (A)
  Rambo, John Alvin 20 Delivery of Marijuana (F4)
  Rambo, James Brian 22

1. Delivery of Controlled Substance (F2)

2. Delivery of Marijuana (F4)

May 31 - June 6 Tankersley, Laverne 24

1. Warrant Arrest (C)

2. Indecency with Child Sexual Contact (F2)

June 7-13 Barton, Greg Andrew 20 Public Intoxication (C)
  Herrera, David, Jr. 22

1. Delivery of Controlled Substance (F2)

2. Engage in Organized Crime (F1)

  Martinez, Carlos Jesus 17

1. Delivery of Marijuana (F4)

2. Engage in Organized Crime (F1)

June 14-20 Lewis, Tristan Rogers 17 Delivery of Marijuana (F4)
June 21-27 Mayer, Emilie Leigh 27 Public Intoxication (C)
  Honeycutt, Christopher Z. 18 Possession Drug Paraphernalia (C)
  Pina, Michael Kevin 17 Criminal Mischief (B)
June 28-July 4 Bess, Roshon Tyrell 22 Terroristic Threat (B)
July 5-11 Ferguson, Robert Randell 36 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Gordon, Kevin 24

1. Resisting Arrest (A)

2. Assault by Threat (C)

July 12-18 Garcia, Adrian Rocky 24 Accident w/Damage (B)
  Villarreal, Erik 23 Accident w/Damage (B)
  Johnson, Sheddrick, L. 19 Assault by Threat (C)
  Higgins, Garrett Winston 19 Harassment (B)
July 19-25 Lemon, Quincy Devar 24 Assault, Family Violence (C)
  Anderson, Brandon Lee 23 Warrant Arrest (C)
July 26-Aug 1 Johnican, Grady Lee, Jr. 30 Warrant Arrest (C)
Aug 2-8 Griggs, Adrion Centre 18 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Bell, Terrence Ray 18

Assault (C)

Assault (C)

Aug 9-15 Johnson, Teresa Kay 34 Warrant Arrest (C)
Aug 16-22 Billeau, Keith Allen 31 Assault, Family Violence (C)
  Conley, James Edward 38 Public Intoxication (C)
Aug 23-29 Bernard, Clifford Ray, III 28 Warrant Arrest (C)
Aug 30-Sept 5 None    
Sept 6-12 Coe, Maria Guadalupe 29 Furnish Alcohol to Minor (A)
  Blackmon, Nona Diana 37 Furnish Alcohol to Minor (A)
  Murphy, Bradley Jermaine 19 Delivery of Marijuana (F4)
  Breitenstein, Derek Van 35 Burglary of a Habitation (F2)
  Edwards, Elroy, II 32 Assault, Family Violence (A)
  Garrett, Bobby Wayne 35 Harassment (B)
Sept 13-19 Stone, Carol Laverne 38 Fraudulent Use of ID Info (F4)
  Bunch, Buddie Scott, Sr. 37

1. Unauthorized Use of Vehicle (F4)

2. Agg. Assault on Public Servant (F1)

Sept 20-26 None    
Sept 27-Oct 3 Coleman, Kathleen 22 Public Intoxication (C)
  Barton, Danny Howard 30 Public Intoxication (C)
Oct 4-10 Mack, Brandon O'Quinn 21 Warrant Arrest (C)
Oct 11-17 Jacobs, Shayne Kyle 29 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Randon, Tereka Reddale 23 Driving While License Suspended (B)
Oct 18-24 Guerrero, Victor 31 Warrant Arrest (C)
Oct 25-31 Ellis, Jason 26 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Jones, Mary 20 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Green, Stacy Fern 32 Theft (Shoplifting ) (C)
  Green, Josephine Lemmon 58 Theft (Shoplifting) (C)
Nov 1-7 None    
Nov 8-14 Bell, Terrence Ray 18 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Acosta, Andrew 45 Deadly Conduct (A)
Nov 15-21 Wilkerson, Daniel Monroe 19 Aggravated Assault (F2)
Nov 22-28 Bradham, Belinda Jean 41 Warrant Arrest (C)
  White, Patricia Ann 27 Possession Drug Paraphernalia (C)
Nov 29-Dec 5 Billeau, Keith Allen 31 Criminal Mischief (B)
  Mangum, Quinnon 21

Evading Arrest (B)

Public Intoxication (C)

  Davis, Michael Lynn 33

Indecency w/Child (Sexual Contact) (F2)

Public Intoxication (C)

  Hilburn, Amanda Ruth 26 Terroristic Threat (B)
Dec 6-12 Morton, Amy Elizabeth 21 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Mullins, Nolan Shane 21 Warrant Arrest (C)
  Smallwood, Vandon Earl 35 Criminal Mischief (A)
Dec 13-19 Brown, Kevin Lewayne 33 No Insurance (C)
Dec 20-26 Boykin, Kevin Wayne 18 Attempted Aggravated Assault (F3)
Dec 27-31 Campbell, Kathy Suzanne 34 Burglary of a Building (F4)
  Dill, Tony LaGarrett 42 Probation Revocation (B)
  Wiley, DeWarren Demond 22

Fail to Identify (B)

Open Container of Alcohol in Vehicle (C)

No Driver's License (C)

No Insurance (C)

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