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Pearland Blotter - 2/9/20

Pearland Blotter - 2/9/20

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~ 2 weeks, 5 days ago   Feb 09 2020, 3:44pm 
 
Here are some of the arrests made in and around Pearland over the past week. These are arrests only...Not convictions
 
Yvette Bautista
32, Pearland
Possession Of Controlled Substance
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Jno Patterson
42, Houston
DWI - 2nd Offense
Felon In Possession Of Firearm
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Adam Bonvillain
39, Alvin
Possession Of Controlled Substance
Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia
Fabricating/Tampering With Evidence
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Roderick Steptoe
36, Missouri City
Felony DWI - 3+ Offenses
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Frederick Brown
53, Houston
Felony Theft - 2+ Previous Offenses
Warrant
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Evan Romero
19, Houston
Fabricating/Tampering With Evidence
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Jay Boutwell
60, Kingwood
Fraudulent Use/Possession Of ID Info (Elderly)
Warrant
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Sam Ornelas
51, Bacliff
Felony Theft - 2+ Previous Offenses
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Roy Balli
39, Houston
Felony Theft - 2+ Previous Offenses
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Antonio Castaneda Jr.
39, Brookside
Evading Arrest With Vehicle
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Gary Baker Sr.
65, Pearland
Aggravated Assault (FV) - With Weapon
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Brianna Reyna
21, Pearland
DWI
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Jacob Cardoza
20, Alvin
3 X Forgery
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Chan Castillo Jr.
46, Pearland
Felony DWI - 3+ Offenses
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**If you find yourself in the blotter and your case has been dismissed or your charges have been dropped, feel free to contact us and we'll remove your info from Pearland.com.
 
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Author Photo Stealth83 Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 2 weeks, 5 days ago   Feb 09 2020, 3:57pm 
Hmmm
 
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~ 2 weeks, 5 days ago   Feb 09 2020, 6:19pm 
@PearlandDotCom : @Stealth83 : Oh yeah hmmm 🤨 and wow 😯 Thanks PDC for keeping us informed
 
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Author Photo Ure563 Active Indicator LED Icon New Member
~ 2 weeks, 4 days ago   Feb 10 2020, 2:29pm 
Wow!!!! Our justice system is screwed up, how can these people keep committing the same crimes over again and keeping getting out / slap on the wrist.
 
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~ 2 weeks, 4 days ago   Feb 10 2020, 2:48pm 
Wow!!!! Our justice system is screwed up, how can these people keep committing the same crimes over again and keeping getting out / slap on the wrist.
 
@Ure563 : because we elect Judges who believe in 3rd and 4th chances.
 
It is up to us to vote better
 
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Author Photo MIL1234 Active Indicator LED Icon New Member
~ 2 weeks, 4 days ago   Feb 11 2020, 5:06am 
@Ure563 : I agree. So what's the deterrent to committing again ! I guess there is none .
 
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~ 2 weeks, 3 days ago   Feb 11 2020, 1:36pm 
So many of these are DWIs. We need to change the culture.
 
www.lifesafer.com/bl og/sweden-figured-dr unk-driving/
 
Sweden has the lowest rate of alcohol abuse and drunk driving in Europe, but it was not always so. Alcohol abuse was common in the 19th Century, and by tradition drinking in Scandinavian countries meant drinking to intoxication.
 
High taxation of alcohol. Every liter of vodka is taxed to the tune of about $25.
Strict regulation. Alcohol, apart from light beer, is sold at state-licensed stores only. The stores are not open at night.
Cultural attitudes. In many countries it's common to have a drink any evening after work. In Sweden, drinking during the week is generally looked upon more or less how drinking during the day would be seen in the US. The weekends are for drinking - and it must be noted that getting drunk is not frowned upon then.
 
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If one has any doubts that laws can directly affect road safety, consider this: about 3 percent of Sweden's road fatalities involved alcohol. In the US, it's ten times that: about a third.
 
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~ 2 weeks, 3 days ago   Feb 11 2020, 1:49pm 
@ Dorthy: Over 80% of the cars sold in Sweden come with a manual transmission which forces you to pay attention when you drive. Driving an automatic causes you to be more relaxed and pay less attention when driving which results in more accidents when inebriated. I in no way condone drinking and driving. I am just stating a manual transmission requires you to pay more attention when driving. Its much harder to eat, do makeup or text while driving a manual. Perhaps people would pay more attention and not nod off to sleep or be too relaxed when driving if they had to drive a manual.
 
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