‘Why is he even out here?’: Sheriff says man shot by deputy had been brought in before for mental health assistance
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said Nicholas Norris, 38, had had multiple contacts with law enforcement for mental health over the previous few weeks and had been brought in for treatment.
Sheriffs office seeks missing woman, 40, last seen in far north Bexar County
BEXAR COUNTY, Texas The Bexar County Sheriffs Office is looking for a missing 40-year-old woman last seen in far north Bexar County. Sandy Cisneros was last spotted at her home in the 4000 block of Bay Shore around 11:20 p.m. Tuesday. Cisneros is 5 feet tall, weighs 135 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. Cisneros was last seen wearing black leggings, white sandals and a pink long-sleeved T-shirt. Anyone with information is asked to call BCSO AT 210-335-6000 or email email@example.com.
Bexar County Sheriff’s Office releases names of deputies involved in Damian Daniels’ case
SAN ANTONIO – The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the deputies involved in the case that led to the death of Damian Daniels, a combat veteran killed in a shooting during a two-minute struggle with deputies last week. Deputies had been called out to the home for a mental health check. The sheriff’s office says deputies spent the first 30 minutes of their response talking to Daniels to de-escalate the situation before the struggle that led to the deadly shooting by a deputy. Daniels’ family said he suffered from mental health issues, and that he had his “first mental episode” the day of the shooting. “When it comes to law enforcement and mental health, I believe law enforcement should not respond to calls like this,” said Brendan Daniels, Damian Daniels’ brother.
Driver crashes into deputys patrol car during chase in South Bexar County
SAN ANTONIO A driver is in custody after leading deputies and state troopers on a high-speed vehicle chase in South Bexar County, the Bexar County Sheriffs Office said. The chase began around 9:30 p.m. when Texas Department of Public Safety troopers tried to pull the vehicle over, but the driver refused. According to BCSO, both DPS troopers and deputies chased the vehicle with assistance from SAPDs Eagle helicopter. Johnny Garcia, a BCSO spokesperson, said the vehicle struck a deputys cruiser before finally stopping near Interstate 35 and Southwest Military Drive. The driver of the vehicle was taken into custody and DPS handled the arrest, Garcia said.
BCSO: 1 dead in fiery wrong-way crash on SB Loop 1604 at Highway 90
SAN ANTONIO – One person is dead following a wrong-way vehicle crash on southbound Loop 1604 at Highway 90 early Monday morning, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said. Johnny Garcia, a BCSO spokesperson, said the vehicle was traveling the wrong way around 6 a.m. on Loop 1604 and crashed head-on into a dump truck. A passenger and driver in the dump truck were not injured, despite the damage to the front of the truck. The BCSO did not say why the driver was going the wrong way. For more information on traffic you can click here to view our traffic page on KSAT.com.
BCSO identifies 2 men arrested following bizarre carjacking attempts
The second suspect, Jon Carter Wood, 47, was charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon and evading arrest, deputies said. Witnesses describe bizarre carjacking attempts near KirbyA deputy spotted the men and a chase began after the suspects abandoned their vehicle and tried to carjack a man, Salazar said. A chase ensued, and Salazar said deputies were able to spot the vehicle because oil was splattered all over it. The chase resumed until the suspects crashed the car into a BCSO patrol vehicle at Walzem Road near Interstate 35. Deputies found a weapon in the stolen vehicle, Salazar said.
Youngest deputy in BCSO history killed in crash
SAN ANTONIO – The youngest deputy to be hired in Bexar County Sheriff’s Office history was killed along with his fiancee in a crash late Wednesday near Corpus Christi. “As an agency, we mourn the loss of a great man and a brother in blue,” Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said. “Our community lost a young man who was absolutely going to run his agency one of these days,” Salazar said. A very intelligent young man who knew what he wanted to do,” Salazar said. WATCH: BCSO Sheriff Javier Salazar responds to death of deputy Noah Calderon
Man charged with murder in fatal shooting of 16-year-old girl in Balcones Heights, officials say
SAN ANTONIO The Bexar County Sheriffs Office announced Wednesday that a new charge has been added against a man investigators say killed a 16-year-old girl in May. FIRST REPORT: 16-year-old killed, two arrested at apartment complex shooting in Balcones Heights, police sayAccording to investigators, the shooting happened at an apartment complex on Fredericksburg Road. Balcones Heights police officers arrested Kevin Clark, 18, and Eric Hernandez, 21, at the scene. During the exchange of fire, 16-year-old Miranda Martinez was hit with a .40 caliber bullet fired from Clarks Glock pistol. BCSO said Clark now faces a murder charge, a charge for unlawful carry of a weapon and a charge for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
BCSO: Deputy arrested after forging document to extend sick leave
SAN ANTONIO A probationary deputy with the Bexar County Sheriffs Office was arrested and fired Wednesday after investigators said he forged a county document to try to extend his sick leave by several weeks. Cruz, who had already missed a significant amount of work according to Salazar, is accused of forging paperwork to make his return to work date August 27. Salazar said he was also looking into whether BCSO could confiscate Cruzs pay, since he was being compensated with sick leave even though he had been cleared by a doctor to return to work days ago. Cruz is the tenth BCSO deputy arrested this year, according to records kept by the KSAT 12 Defenders. He was taken into custody at the sheriffs administration office and then walked over to the south tower to be booked, according to Salazar.
18-wheeler crash leaves debris, cabbage on I-37 in South Bexar County
SAN ANTONIO – One 18-wheeler crashed into the back of another 18-wheeler in the northbound lanes of Interstate 37 early Tuesday morning, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said. The crash occurred around 1:15 a.m. on I-37, between Mathis Road and Hardy Road in South Bexar County. Deputies said large debris and some cabbage that is was hauling was left on the roadway. The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, the Bexar County Fire Department, and EMS all answered the call. No other vehicles were involved in the crash.
BCSO searching for missing man, 38
SAN ANTONIO The Bexar County Sheriffs Office is asking for the publics help in finding a 38-year-old man who has been missing since late July. Curtis Perry was last seen July 27 in the 1700 block of Jackson Keller Road driving a late-model Chevrolet Malibu. The vehicle has since been recovered by BCSO. Perry is 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 185 pounds, has brown eyes and ear-top length brown dreadlocks. Anyone with any information on Perrys whereabouts is urged to contact BCSO at 210-335-6000 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Man, 52, arrested after leading deputies on brief pursuit in downtown, BCSO says
SAN ANTONIO A man is behind bars after leading deputies on a brief pursuit when they attempted to make a traffic stop after seeing a person driving recklessly near downtown Monday, the Bexar County Sheriffs Office said. Deputies say they saw a man weaving in and out of traffic near I-35 and Main Avenue. Deputies said the driver refused to stop, and a brief pursuit ensued. The driver crashed into a vehicle in the 1200 Block of Nogalitos Street before trying to run away, BCSO said. The pursuing Deputies apprehended the suspect and placed him into custody, the department said in a post on Instagram.
BCSO holds virtual job fair for potential deputies, dispatchers
SAN ANTONIO The Bexar County Sheriffs Office is holding a virtual job fair on Tuesday for those seeking a career in law enforcement. The online-only event starts at 11 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m. and can be found by clicking here. The BCSO has openings for detention deputies, deputy sheriffs, reserve deputy sheriffs, and public dispatchers, a press release said. At 11 a.m. Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar and members from the BCSO Recruiting Team will explain what it takes to become a deputy with the Bexar County Sheriffs Office. For more information about the job fair you can call (210)335-JOBS or email, by clicking here.
Second BCSO deputy in a month issued proposed termination after inappropriate Facebook comment
SAN ANTONIO For the second time since late last month, the Bexar County Sheriffs Office has proposed terminating a deputy behind a racially-charged post on Facebook. BCSO officials on Thursday confirmed a proposed termination was issued to Deputy Jack Farmer, who late last month wrote on the social media site that people should lynch mob a person accused of stealing mail. The disciplinary action against Farmer is now in the grievance stages, a BCSO spokesman confirmed. Social media post allegedly made by a Bexar County sheriffs deputy calls for someone to be lynchedFarmer joins Deputy Justin Silva as BCSO employees in recent weeks to be placed on leave and then handed proposed termination paperwork because of their activity on Facebook. What you might think is cute, funny, or insightful, some might find offensive, especially in todays climate, Salazar wrote via email last month.
Deputies searching for missing 83-year-old man
SAN ANTONIO, Texas. The Bexar County Sheriffs Office is searching for 83-year-old William Waddington, who was last seen on Saturday, July 25 around 11 p.m. in the 8100 block of Green Forest in San Antonio. Authorities said he was driving a blue 2016 Hyundai Elantra with a Texas license plate with the number GGS6971. Waddington has grey hair, hazel eyes and prescription eye glasses, according to authorities. If you have any information regarding this missing senior citizen, contact the Bexar County Sheriffs Office at 210-335-6000.
Deputies searching for two suspects in northeast Bexar County
BEXAR COUNTY, Texas The Bexar County Sheriffs Office is searching for two suspects who escaped from deputies on foot in the northeast area of the county. BCSO officials said the two males were last seen in the area of Beech Trail and Pioneer Trail. One had a blue shirt and black pants, and the other was wearing a red shirt, officials said. Anyone with information is asked to call BCSO Dispatch at 210-335-6000.
BCSO identifies 37-year-old inmate who died of suicide
BEXAR COUNTY, Texas The Bexar County Sheriffs Office has identified the 37-year-old inmate who died by suicide on Sunday. BCSO: 37-year-old inmate dies of suicide, despite deputys interventionA deputy discovered Julie Marie Alvarado in the midst of a suicide attempt and took quick action by using a cutting tool designed for suicide attempts and began lifesaving measures while also calling for assistance, the BCSO said. She was in jail since Tuesday on charges of possession of a controlled substance and a theft of property charge from Wilson County. The sheriffs office said the deputy who intervened conducted more checks than what is required by the Texas Commission on Jail Standards. RELATED: BCSO deputies use stun gun on fellow deputy during domestic violence arrest
Driver killed after being ejected in rollover crash on southbound I-35, deputies say
SAN ANTONIO A 23-year-old man is dead following a rollover crash and ejection in Southwest Bexar County late Monday night, the Bexar County Sheriffs Office said. The crash occurred just after 11 p.m. on southbound Interstate 35 at Luckey Road. According to deputies, the man was traveling southbound on I-35 south in a four-door sedan and struck a small sport utility vehicle from behind. Thats when, deputies said, the sedan veered off into the center median, went airborne, and the driver was ejected from the sedan onto the main lanes of the highway. Both the northbound and southbound lanes of I-35 near Luckey Road were shut down so emergency crews could investigate.
BCSO deputies use stun gun on fellow corporal during domestic violence arrest
SAN ANTONIO An off-duty corporal with the Bexar County Sheriffs Office was tased and arrested by his fellow deputies for an alleged assault, according to the BCSO. Deputies tried to place Young in custody, but a struggle ensued and a taser was deployed, officials said. Young was employed with the sheriffs office since March of 2016 and was assigned to the Detention Bureau, according to the BCSO. After Youngs arrest, Sheriff Salazar initiated termination proceedings due to a continuing pattern of misconduct.This suspects pattern of misconduct, which culminated in last nights arrest by BCSO deputies is extremely disturbing. Hes also charged with resisting arrest, another Class A misdemeanor with bond set at $1,000.
Officials ID 31-year-old man who died in head-on car crash on Loop 1604
SAN ANTONIO – The Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified a man who was killed in a head-on car crash in West Bear County Wednesday. Jeremiah Todd Penland, 31, was found dead inside his Honda Civic around 6 a.m. along Loop 1604 near Pue road, just north of Macdona. According to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, the Civic was heading southbound on the highway and the truck was heading northbound when the truck suddenly veered into the opposite lanes and struck the Civic head-on. The truck rolled over and the car went off the roadway, according to BCSO. BCSO said it wasn’t immediately clear why the truck veered into the other lanes and no charges were immediately filed.
Driver crashes car after being shot in west Bexar County neighborhood
SAN ANTONIO – A driver whose car crashed outside a west Bexar County home early Friday was found to be suffering from gunshot wounds. He realized, though, that the driver instead was suffering from gunshot wounds and the back window of his car had been shot out. (KSAT)The homeowner said he saw two passengers who appeared to be trying to help the wounded man out of the car. Bexar County sheriff’s deputies said the driver suffered a gunshot wound to his back and also was grazed in the head by a bullet. Deputies said the wounded man, although alert and talking when he left for a hospital, was not offering much information about what happened.
Former Bexar County deputy indicted on charges of tampering with evidence, official oppression
SAN ANTONIO The Bexar County Sheriffs Office announced Thursday that former deputy Brandon Doege was indicted on two counts of tampering with evidence and official oppression. The sheriffs office originally terminated Doege in connection with a May 2019 incident in which he was captured on video assaulting an inmate at the jail. Related: Former deputy faces three charges, Bexar County sheriff saysAccording to BCSO, charges were filed against Doege in July 2019 with the Bexar County District Attorneys Office. On Wednesday, June 24, 2020, we were notified that the Bexar County Grand Jury returned two indictments on the case, BCSO said in a statement. Doege was placed into custody without incident at the Bexar County Satellite Court at 1 p.m. on June 25.
BCSO: 1 dead in 2-vehicle rollover crash in West Bexar County
SAN ANTONIO – One person is dead following a two-vehicle crash in West Bexar County early Wednesday morning, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said. The crash occurred just after 6 a.m. on Loop 1604, between Highway 143 and Pue Road. According to deputies, a pickup truck traveling northbound veered into the southbound lanes, hitting a Honda vehicle head-on. The impact of the collision caused the pickup truck to roll over, deputies said. The driver of the pickup truck, also a man, had minor injuries.
BCSO cadets get refresher training amid George Floyds death
SAN ANTONIO George Floyds death has not only sparked protests and outrage across the country, but also responses for how peace officers can do better. Right here at home, the Bexar County Sheriffs Office is making sure their cadets are property trained when it comes to recognizing misconduct of their fellow deputies. That was the goal behind a training session Friday morning for the Bexar County Sheriffs Office patrol cadets. He said George Floyds death was not okay its why he wanted cadets to have a refresher course. More on George Floyd:George Floyd, man killed by police in Minneapolis, attended college in South TexasProtests at Minneapolis police precinct set ablaze following death of George FloydMinneapolis cop who knelt on mans neck charged with murder
Officials release photo of woman who police say drove under influence with kids, crashed into SAPD cruiser
SAN ANTONIO The Bexar County Sheriffs Office has released a photo of a 30-year-old woman who crashed into a police cruiser early Wednesday. Officers said Hernandez-Benavidez was traveling southbound on SW Loop 410 when she swerved as traffic slowed, hitting a police cruiser. Authorities said four children under the age of 15 were inside the vehicle at the time of the crash, but were not hurt. The San Antonio Fire Department and EMS crews assisted in removing the children from the vehicle. Police said the officers neck was sore from the collision, but that he refused treatment at the scene.
Officials ID man who fatally shot himself during BCSO pursuit
SAN ANTONIO The Bexar County Sheriffs Office has identified a man who pulled out a handgun and shot himself as deputies pursued him Sunday evening. Sean Thomas Kelly, 26, who was wearing only boxers and boots, died at the scene, according to BCSO. Suspect in BCSO in-custody death ran less than a block before fatally shooting himselfKelly pulled over, but quickly abandoned the car and started running. of FM 78, pulled a handgun out and then shot himself. BCSO said they stopped him because the license plate of the car he was driving came back as stolen.
‘We’re just prisoners of the trailer park’: Residents at Jasper Mobile Home Park fear for their safety
SAN ANTONIO – Residents at the Jasper Mobile Home Park said they are living day to day in fear. The mobile home park is located off Walzem Road, where the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office reported a spike in crime. The mobile home park has been the site of several fires and code violations. Winters believes families who live at Jasper Mobile Home Park are overlooked and are stuck in a war zone. Suspect promotes SoundCloud account after Bexar County deputies arrest him for Northeast Side shooting
BCSO Sheriff Javier Salazar discusses rash of recent shootings on Northeast Side
SAN ANTONIO A recent uptick in crime on the Northeast Side has caused the Bexar County Sheriffs Office to set up a mobile command center. Sheriff Javier Salazar said the mobile unit was set up at FM 78 and Walzem Road over the weekend because of the increase in shootings since the beginning of May. During the news conference, Salazar listed at least five crimes in the area that involved deadly conduct or aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. People are also encouraged to submit tips by calling Crime Stoppers at 210-224-STOP or BCSO at 210-335-6000. More local newsMan arrested after shooting woman in the neck, leaving her, San Antonio police say54-year-old woman who disappeared on Northwest Side found dead, San Antonio police saySouth Side convenience store clerk assaulted by customer with knife, police say
Deputies searching for man who shot at home in East Bexar County
BEXAR COUNTY, Texas Deputies are searching for a man they say shot at a home multiple times in East Bexar County on Tuesday. The shooting occurred in the 8700 block of Glen Mont, according to deputies. A Facebook post from the Bexar County Sheriffs Office said the suspect is believed to be 18 to 23 years of age, stands 510 to 60, and possibly weighs 140-160 lbs.According to the post, the suspect fled the scene in a 1995 or 1996 gold Toyota Camry with dark tinted windows and a missing front passenger side hubcap.Photos of the suspect were captured on a Ring device. Anyone with information regarding the shooting is asked to call the Bexar County Sheriffs Office at (210)335-6000 or email BCSOTIPS@bexar.org. Information can be provided anonymously.
Two men hospitalized after Northeast Side shooting
Two men hospitalized after Northeast Side shootingThe Bexar County Sheriffs Office is investigating a shooting on the Northeast Side Wednesday afternoon. The Bexar County Sheriffs Office is investigating a shooting on the Northeast Side Wednesday afternoon. Photo: Mark Dunphy Photo: Mark Dunphy Image 1 of / 8 Caption Close Two men hospitalized after Northeast Side shooting 1 / 8 Back to GalleryTwo men were injured in a shooting on the Northeast Side on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Bexar County Sheriffs Office. FIND OUT FIRST: Get San Antonio breaking news directly to your inboxTwo men with gunshot wounds were transported to the San Antonio Military Medical Center. A San Antonio Police Department helicopter was assisting with the search for a suspect.mysanantonio.com
Suspect arrested in fatal shooting on Easter Sunday
Suspect arrested in fatal shooting on Easter SundayAngel Koenigstein, 19, faces a capital murder charge and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, the Bexar County Sheriffs Office said. Angel Koenigstein, 19, faces a capital murder charge and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, the Bexar County Sheriffs Office said. Reitz was shot in the back and died at the scene, according to the Bexar County Medical Examiners Office. Koenigstein was arrested in November for theft under $100, as well as failure to identify himself, intentionally giving false information. Jacob Beltran is a reporter covering San Antonio and Bexar County.mysanantonio.com
Bexar County Sheriffs Office taking coronavirus precautions amid pandemic
Bexar County Sheriffs Office taking coronavirus precautions amid pandemicDeputies have been asked not to enter private residences or businesses and are encouraged to conduct as much business outside as possible until the coronavirus outbreak is under control. Photo: Mark Dunphy Photo: Mark Dunphy Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Bexar County Sheriffs Office taking coronavirus precautions amid pandemic 1 / 1 Back to GalleryThe Bexar County Sheriffs Office is making changes at the jail and with how deputies respond to non-emergency calls as a precaution against the novel coronavirus pandemic. The sheriffs office said Friday that deputies are working to limit their contact with the public, except in situations when they are most needed. Deputies have been asked not to enter private residences or businesses and are encouraged to conduct as much business outside as possible. Jacob Beltran is a reporter covering San Antonio and Bexar County.mysanantonio.com
One dead after officer-involved shooting on Southeast Side
One dead after officer-involved shooting on Southeast SideThe Bexar County Sheriffs Office reported an officer-involved shooting in Elmendorf on Monday afternoon. The Bexar County Sheriffs Office reported an officer-involved shooting in Elmendorf on Monday afternoon. Photo: Mark Dunphy Photo: Mark Dunphy Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close One dead after officer-involved shooting on Southeast Side 1 / 4 Back to GalleryA Bexar County man was killed in an officer-involved shooting in Elmendorf on Monday afternoon. The shooting occurred around 3 p.m. at the 17000 block of Blue Horizon, according to the Bexar County Sheriffs Office. The Bexar County deputy opened fire an undetermined amount of times, striking the suspect at least once in the upper body.mysanantonio.com
Officer struck by vehicle while directing school traffic, BCSO says
SAN ANTONIO – An off-duty deputy was struck by a vehicle while directing traffic at an Idea charter school on the East Side, officials with the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said. The deputy was struck in the 1000 block of W.W. White Road. The officer was not hurt, officials said. BCSO officials said no charges will be filed.
72-year-old inmate who died at Bexar County Jail identified
A 72-year-old male inmate who died early Monday morning at the Bexar County Jail has been identified. The inmate was identified as David Alan Watts, who was jailed on a charge of indecency with a child-contact, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said. Around 2:24 a.m., deputies and medical staff responded after Watts experienced an apparent medical episode within the detention center, officials said. A definitive cause of death will be determined by the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office. As per standard procedure, the BCSO Criminal Investigations Division (CID), Internal Affairs, and the Public Integrity Unit are conducting an investigation into the death, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said.
Former DA's chief criminal investigator enters sheriff's race
SAN ANTONIO - The chief criminal investigator under former Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood has thrown his hat into the race for Bexar County Sheriff. Ng is embedded in a number of local philanthropic, economic and educational organizations, including the San Antonio Educational Partnership, Child Advocates of San Antonio and Maestro Entrepreneur Center. The success of the Bexar County Sheriffs Office is integral to the safety of our community and to our citizens, to include private and public institutions as well as the dedicated employees of the Bexar County Sheriffs Office. I have an extraordinary perspective of the change that is desperately needed at the Bexar County Sheriffs Office, and that change begins with Leadership. I look forward to sharing my vision for the future of the Bexar County Sheriffs Office, and working toward restoring strength, integrity and loyalty within the Bexar County Sheriffs Office for the community.
Deputies stop inmate from escaping Bexar County Jail
SAN ANTONIO - Deputies were able to stop an escape attempt at the Bexar County Jail, officials with the Bexar County Sheriffs Office said. The inmate, Sergio Pablo Huerta, 33, never left the secured area of the jail, BCSO said. The deputy assigned to Huertas unit confirmed the suspect was not in the unit after performing a face-to-face observation check, BCSO said. Booking deputies found Huerta in a cell used for inmates who are pending release. BCSOs Public Integrity Unit, Internal Affairs and Criminal Investigations Division are investigating the escape attempt.
About $500K in meth seized during sting at Ingram Park Mall parking lot, officials say
SAN ANTONIO - Three men were arrested during a sting operation that resulted in the seizure of about 10 kilograms of methamphetamine outside Ingram Park Mall on Thursday, officials said. The Bexar County Sheriffs Office reported that with the help of other agencies, they were able to nab the meth, which valued about $500,000, as well as three suspects: Juan Arredondo, 41, Victor Arredondo, 45, and Hiram Requejo, 30 (pictured below). All three men have been federally charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Copyright 2019 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
Inmate mistakenly released from Bexar County Jail, BCSO says
SAN ANTONIO - An inmate was mistakenly released from the Bexar County Jail, the Bexar County Sheriffs Office said. The Sheriffs Office Fugitive Apprehension Unit placed Trecko White, 31, back into custody around 6 p.m. in the 1600 block of Lone Oak. White was booked into the jail for a family violence assault, second offense, charge and will also be held on a charge of possession of a controlled substance out of Brazos County, to which he is awaiting extradition, the Sheriffs Office said. The Sheriffs Office said Internal Affairs has started an administrative investigation into the error. Copyright 2019 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
BSCO: Habitual auto thief arrested on suspicion of stealing tractor
Dawn Reeves, who has an extensive auto theft history, was taken into custody June 27, online records show. According to an arrest warrant affidavit, Reeves met a man to ask about an RV he was selling. Unaware of Reeves' criminal history, the man said she could borrow his tractor until June 22, according to the affidavit. When June 22 passed, Reeves would not answer the mans texts or calls about returning his tractor, according to the affidavit. It is unclear whether the tractor was returned to the man and when he met Reeves, according to the affidavit.