Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Reader Reports Yet Another Arrest of Captain Bob Sanchez

Captain Bob Sanchez
A reader whose past reports have proved reliable sent us this message:  

"Bob Sanchez got arrested again.  Punched father-in-law in the face."

The reader included a link to the Brownsville PD website:

"Earlier this morning, Roberto Alejandro Sanchez turned himself in to the authorities on a pending warrant for Injury to an Elderly. The warrant stemmed from an investigation initiated on December 09, 2015. The victim, a 72 year old male, filed a complaint against Sanchez, alleging he was struck by Sanchez on his face with a closed fist. The incident occurred on the 2600 block of Old Alice during a meeting between Sanchez and the victim’s daughter (Sanchez’s wife). Sanchez began to argue with the victim’s daughter and when the victim told him to leave, Sanchez assaulted the victim. The victim complained of pain to his back and face as a result of the assault. Sanchez was charged with injury to an elderly and is pending arraignment."

Back on October 16, 2015, officers responded to the 100 block of Calle Jacaranda in reference to an assault. Officers arrived and made contact with the victim who advised that Sanchez got home and began arguing with the victim. The victim then advised that he also assault another family member. Officers made contact with Sanchez, who was in one of the bedrooms, and placed him under arrest. Sanchez was charged with two counts of Assault “A” FV. Bond was set at $5000.

5 comments:

  1. Again? It usually happens when an abusive drug addict is let go with a slap in the wrist, he should be left in jail this time since he is out in bond from his first offence, this offence should automatically trigger a bond revocation.

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  2. ...and this man wanted to be mayor.
    Sad and scary.

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  3. Where are his lips

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  4. David Lopez with no hair

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