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Cooperative law enforcement effort takes dangerous drugs out of Hondo

On November 20, Medina County Sheriff’s Office, with the assistance of Hondo Police Department, executed a search warrant in the 900 block of 17th Street in Hondo.

Tommie Cantu and his alleged girlfriend, Carrie Reyes, were arrested on site. Cantu was arrested on several warrants, according to the Medina County Sheriff’s Office, and both subjects were arrested on drug charges that stemmed from the search warrant.

“Cantu will have more charges brought against him later this week pending the conclusion of the investigation,” said Sheriff Brown in a statement issued Monday.

Tommie Benavides Cantu, DOB 07/15/1982, faces the following charges:

Local Warrant 30524 – Failure to Appear – possession of marijuana, <2 oz., $500 cash;

Warrantless / On-View – Possession with intent manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance PG 1 >=4G<200G, $30,000 surety bond;

Warrantless / On-View – tamper / fabricate physical evidence w/intent to impair $15,000 surety bond;

Local Warrant 2014-357-NT – manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance PG 1 <1G $15,000 surety bond;

Warrantless / On-View – possession of marijuana, <2 oz., $1,500 surety bond; and

Local Warrant 2014-361-NT – theft of property >=$20K<$100K, bond pending.

As the Anvil Herald went to press Tuesday, Cantu was still in custody at Medina County Jail.

Carrie Ann Reyes, DOB 02/16/1989, faces the following charges:

Warrantless / On-View – Possession with intent manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance PG 1 >=4G<200G, $30,000 surety bond;

Warrantless / On-View – tamper / fabricate physical evidence w/intent to impair $15,000 surety bond; and

Warrantless / On-View – possession of marijuana, <2 oz., $1,500 surety bond.

Reyes was released on bond Nov. 21.

Hondo Police Chief Johnny Martinez was pleased with the results of the two law enforcement agencies cooperating to make the area safer for all residents, affirming that a couple of his officers assisted MCSO with their arrests. “It’s a good thing that the departments can work together, with the common goal of getting rid of the drugs in Hondo,” he said.

 

 

 


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