Fort Bend County grand jurors returned indictments against 14 individuals on a wide array of felony charges.

The individuals, the charges they face, the bonds set for their release and the arresting agencies, are:

  • Juan Manuel Ramirez, tampering with or fabricating physical evidence with intent to impair its use in court, a third-degree felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. He is accused of intentionally hiding a firearm from peace officers investigating a traffic accident on Nov. 20. Bond was set at $2,000. Arresting agency: Richmond PD.
  • Luis Alberto Guerrero, aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Bond was set at $30,000. Arresting agency: Missouri PD. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily injury to a woman on Dec. 19, by hitting and kicking her. According to the indictment, the woman was part of Guerrero’s family, household or someone with whom he was romantically involved,which could be used against him in court. In addition, the indictment reveals that Guerrero was twice convicted in September 2017 of felony possession of a controlled substance, which could also be used against him in court.
  • Mya Jacqueline Sparks, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony. Sparks is accused of intentionally threatening a man with imminent bodily injury on Dec. 21, and Sparks used or exhibited a wooden stump with a metal file lodged in the middle. According to the indictment, the alleged victim was a member of Spark’s family, household or someone with whom she was romantically involved, which could be used against him in court. Bond was set at $15,000. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • Steven Lomelin Jr., burglary of a building, a state-jail felony punishable by up to two years in a state jail and a $10,000 fine. He is accused of entering a building closed to the public and without permission on Oct. 9 to commit theft. Bond was set at $5,000. Arresting agency: Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office (FBCSO).
  • Ricardo Corral, assaulting a family member, member of the household or someone with whom he was romantically involved, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily injury to a woman on Feb. 7 by pushing her. According to the indictment, Corral was previously convicted of assault involving family violence in April 2005, March 2008, and March 2009, which could be used against him in court. Likewise, he was convicted of felony evading arrest in June 2006, and February 2011, which could be used against him in court. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster (coronavirus pandemic), Corral’s punishment could be enhanced if he is convicted. Bond was set at $15,000. Arresting agency: FBCSO.
  • Deandre Rayshard Smith, criminal mischief, between $2,500 and $30,000 in value, a state-jail felony. He is accused of intentionally damaging an ATM machine at a Chase bank on Feb. 18 in an attempt to open it with a chain. Bond was set at $4,000. Arresting agency: Missouri City PD.
  • Albert Gene Dominguez, driving while intoxicated, third offense or more, a third-degree felony. He is accused of driving while intoxicated on Feb. 19. According to the indictment, Dominguez was convicted of DWI in April 1995 and November 2000, which could be used against him in court. Bond was set at $5,000. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • Reynaldo Silva Najar, obstruction or retaliation, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally threatening to assault a peace officer on Feb. 20 in retaliation for the officer doing his job. Bond was set at $10,000. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • Reynaldo Silva Najar, obstruction or retaliation, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally threatening to assault a peace officer on Feb. 20 in retaliation for the officer doing his job. Bond was set at $10,000. Arresting agency: Rosenberg PD.
  • John Francis Krejci, evading arrest and/or detention with a vehicle, a third-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally fleeing from a peace officer on Feb. 22, knowing full well the officer was attempting to detain or arrest him. Bond was set at $4,000. Arresting agency: Sugar Land PD.
  • Muhammad Sabally, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony. He is accused of intentionally causing bodily injury to a man on Feb. 26, and Sabally used or exhibited a knife to stab the man. Bond was set at $200,000. Arresting agency: Katy PD.
  • Jaylynn Crenshaw, assaulting a family member, member of the household or someone with whom she was romantically involved by impeding breathing and circulation, a third-degree felony. She is accused of intentionally causing bodily image to a woman on March 2 by hitting, grabbing, pushing and choking her and covering her mouth and nose to prevent her from breathing. Because the alleged offense took place during a declared disaster (coronavirus pandemic), Crenshaw’s punishment could be enhanced if she is convicted. Bond was set at $50,000. Arresting agency: Houston PD.
  • Buck D. Bass, driving while intoxicated, third offense or more, a third-degree felony. He is accused of driving while intoxicated on March 3. According to the indictment, Bass was convicted of DWI in June 2005 and April 2019. Bond was set at $7,000. Arresting agency: Sugar Land PD.
  • Alan Gregory Henderson, burglary of a habitation, a state-jail felony. He is accused of entering a building closed to the public on March 3 without permission in an attempt to commit assault or to commit assault against a woman. Bond was set at $25,000. Arresting agency: FBCSO.
  • Joe Gonzales Garcia Jr., theft of property, less than $2,500 in value with two or more previous convictions of a similar offense, a state-jail felony. He is accused of stealing two body sprays, two Polo shirts or Polo-style shirts, two gift sets and one cream from Macy’s on March 8. According to the indictment,Garcia has been previously convicted of theft in October 2010, August 2011, October 2013, May 2018, and of felony possession of a controlled substance in March 1997 and felony sale of marijuana in February 2000, all of which could be used against him in court. Bond was set at $5,000. Arresting agency: Sugar Land PD.
  • Xavier Lee Johnson evading arrest detention with vehicle, March 11.
  • Jairo Mendoza, assault family/house member impede breath/circulation, March 12.
  • Kevin Odell Nabors, unauthorized use of vehicle, March 14.
  • Ezekial Tyre Breaux, burglary of habitation, March 17.
  • Dovonta Oneal Howard, burglary of habitation, March 17.
  • Horacio Javier Albarran, possession of controlled substance penalty group 1 more than equal to 4 grams less than 200 grams, March 19.
  • Horacio Javier Albarran, possession of controlled substance penalty group 1 more than equal to 4 grams less than 200 grams, March 19.
  • Horacio Javier Albarran, unlawful possession of firearm by felon, March 19.
  • Ronnie Broaden Manning, burglary of building, March 18.
  • Patrick Oniel Howard, robbery, March 25.
  • Maxie Tommy Lee Johnson, injury child/elderly/disable with intent bodily injury, March 25.
  • Gerardo Lopez, burglary of habitation, March 19.
  • Juste Maombi, aggravated robbery, March 27.
  • Saidi Ramanazi, aggravated robbery, March 27.
  • Alessandra Allen, aggravated robbery, March 27.
  • Victor Laporter Reece, assault family/household member previous conviction if at trial, March 21.
  • Johnny Telford, evading arrest detention with vehicle, March 17.
  • Larry Dixon, aggravated assault with deadly weapon, March 19.
  • Denzell Remon Clarke, illegal dumping more than 1,000 pounds or more than 200 cubic feet, Aug. 28, 2020.
  • Cedric Adam Mayberry, arson, Feb. 25.
  • Kailee Jaudon, robbery, Feb. 26.
  • Jonathan Regis Labrecque, aggravated assault causes serious bodily injury, Jan. 8.

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