Compiled by Editor Kathryn Jones
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.
Eduardo Barajas, 26, of Glen Rose was arrested Sept. 14 for delivery of marijuana, more than one-quarter ounce and less than five pounds.
Antelmo Contreras Jr., 17, of Glen Rose was arrested Sept. 14 for burglary of a building/insufficient bond.
Vera Sue Grubbs, 28, of Cleburne was arrested Sept. 14 for theft of services, more than $20 and less than $500, in Hamilton County.
Benjamin Dewayne Henegar, 20, of Cleburne, was arrested Sept. 14 for military desertion.
Mistie Darlin Layton, 34, of Glen Rose was arrested Sept. 14 for burglary of a building/insufficient bond.
Ashley Nicole Matthews, 23, of Granbury was arrested Sept. 17 for possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Cassie Kay Miller, 37, of Granbury was arrested Sept. 14 for a court sentence for manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, more than 1 gram and less than 4 grams.
Johnthan Ray Patterson, 26, of North Richland Hills was arrested Sept. 17 for public intoxication (Benbrook PD) and driving with an invalid license (Waxahachie PD).
Tyler Paul Pierce, 18, of Walnut Springs was arrested Sept. 19 for resisting arrest, search or transport and disorderly conduct.
Lakota Octavia Dawn Seay, 24, of Glen Rose was arrested Sept. 16 for a court sentence/terroristic threat and a motion to adjudicate.
Brandon Shane Vineyard, 35, of Glen Rose was arrested Sept. 16 for burglary of a habitation.
In the past week, four vehicle accidents with no injuries, three public service/weather/spills/burn ban violations and two grass/brush fires were reported.