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09/06/2016

TWO ARRESTED FOR FIGHTING AT A REPECTED ESTABLISHMMENT IN ROCKSPRINGS

                                                                                                                   TWO ARRESTED FOR FIGHTING AT A REPECTED ESTABLISHMMENT IN ROCKSPRINGS

 

While on routine patrol, a Deputy with the Edwards County Sheriff's Office observed two individuals fist fighting in the parking lot of King Burger. The parking lot is in a public place and the fight caused an immediate breach of the peace. It is also within sight of a public school and the fight took place while students were present at School. The Deputy observed Isaac Jimenez (26 ) from Del Rio hitting Bobby Green (28 ) from Laredo Texas with closed fist and Green was hitting Jimenez back with a closed fist. Both fell to the ground and continued fighting while on the ground. As the Deputy approached, The Deputy ordered the two to stop fighting. Both Jimenez and Green stopped but they were equally cursing and threatening each other with further violence.

 

Jimenez stated that Green owes him $80.00 and he came to collect the money. A witness stated that Green came inside to eat and Jimenez entered the establishment and started to threaten Green, they both went outside to fight. Green stated that he did not know why Jimenez approached him. The family of Jimenez arrived and started causing a disturbance.

 

Both Jimenez and Green were placed under arrest, handcuffed, searched and were transported to The Edwards County Detention Center where they were booked for Disorderly Conduct. Both arrested individuals are documented Gang Members and boast tattoos supporting the documentation.

 

 

 

Sec. 42.01. DISORDERLY CONDUCT. (a)(6)(d) A person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly:

(6) Fights with another in a public place;

(d) An offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor

Code of Criminal Procedure Sec. 12.23. CLASS C MISDEMEANOR. An individual adjudged guilty of a Class C misdemeanor shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $500.

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