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.

Arrests from the Somervell County Jail log follow:

• Denise Allen, 45, of Garland, was arrested April 20 on warrants for credit card or debit card abuse (enhanced). She was released to Hood County.

• Jaclyn Michele Allen, 43, of Granbury, was arrested April 20 on Hood County warrants for driving while intoxicated and driving while license is invalid.

• Jesus Rueda Garza, 37, of Glen Rose, was arrested April 27 on a warrant for an accident involving more than $200 in damage to a vehicle.

• Juan Patricio Gonzales, 63, of Stephenville, was arrested April 26 for public intoxication. He was referred to the magistrate and given 10 days to plea.

• Tomas Granados, 18, of Glen Rose, was arrested April 26 for public intoxication and no driver’s license. He was referred to the magistrate and given 10 days to plea.

• Brandi Michelle Loyd, 37, of Glen Rose, was arrested April 25 on a warrant for resisting arrest, search or transport.

• Sonya Marie Mena, 53, of Granbury, was arrested April 20 on warrants for driving while intoxicated (third or more offense) and criminal non-support.

• Thomas Ryan Milligan, 25, of Granbury, was arrested April 21 on a warrant for possession of a controlled substance less than one gram.

• Noe Moreno, 25, of Dallas, was arrested April 26 for no driver’s license. He was given 10 days to pay the fine.

• Javier Ruiz Perez, 18, Stephenville, was arrested April 26 for minor in possession and consumption of alcohol. He was given 10 days to pay the fine.

• Daniel Ruiz-Herrera, 21, of Cleburne, was arrested April 21 on warrants for failure to display driver’s license and rider not secured by seat belt. He was release after he paid the fines.

• Dona Miller Smith, 50, of Granbury, was arrested April 20 for possession of a controlled substance more than 28 grams and less than 200 grams; two counts of manufacturing/delivering a controlled substance less than 28 grams and driving while intoxicated. She is being housed for Hood County.

• Alyssa Sydney-Michelle Shores, 18, of Aledo, was arrested April 20 on warrants for possssion of a contolled substance less than one gram.

• Mitchell Lavan Walker, 51, of Stephenville, was arrested April 25 for driving while intoxicated (second offense). He was released on a $3,000 bond.

• Anthony Dion Whitworth, 32, of Rainbow, was arrested April 24 for possession of a controlled substance less than 28 grams, possession of marijuana less than two ounces and violation of parole (failure to register as a sex offender).

—Compiled by WHITNEY WHITE-ASHLEY, staff writer