A 32-year-old Joshua man was arrested last week as part of the Somervell County Sheriff's Department ongoing undercover investigation into online solicitation of sex with minors, records show.
James Robert Miller was arrested June 10 for online solicitation of a minor under 14. Bond was set at $200,000. As of press time, Miller had not posted bond and had not been released.
Other arrests from the Somervell County Jail Log follow:
Cruz Escalera, 21, of Glen Rose was arrested June 13 for evading arrest, reckless driving and driving with an invalid license.
Rogelio Simental Ibarra, 29, of Glen Rose was arrested June 13 for driving while intoxicated.
Richard Dale Kolath, 26, of Glen Rose ware arrested June 10 for manufacturing/delivering a controlled substance.
Luis Reyes Lerma, 34, of Glen Rose was arrested June 11 for violating a protective order.
Kayla Joann Maunu, 24, of Mineral Wells was arrested June 10 for a motion to revoke probation.
Gordon Greg McAnally, 49, of Whitney was arrested June 11 for driving while intoxicated/court commitment.
Kimberly Susan McDermott, 41, of Glen Rose was arrested June 10 for manufacturing/delivering a controlled substance, fraud, failure to identify a fugitive from justice, theft of property in Fort Worth and false drug test results in Tarrant County.
Danny Troy Mills, 47, of Glen Rose was arrested June 13 for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon/family violence.
Luke Estes Phillips, 18, of Glen Rose was arrested for an amended motion to adjudicate on a possession of marijuana offense.
Max F. Rhodes, 74, of Cleburne was arrested June 12 for failure to identify a fugitive from justice.
William Martin Tarter, 49, of Nemo was arrested June 11 for driving while intoxicated/open alcohol container.
Irene Vara, 33, of Rainbow was arrested June 9 for three Class C misdemeanors, including a fictitious counterfeit inspection sticker.
This record package is presented as a public service by area law enforcement, public service agencies and the Glen Rose Reporter.
It is important to point out that simply because a person is arrested or accused of a crime, is present at a crime scene or is identified as a suspect in any printed report in no way indicates that a person is guilty of a criminal offense.
The Reporter prints every item of information compiled by participating law enforcement agencies. Any subsequent determination of guilt or innocence must be determined in a court of law.