A Navasota man and a Washington man were arrested on Sunday, following an arrest in South Brazos County.
According to the probable cause affidavit’s from the Texas Parks and Wildlife, Game Warden Forrest Schmidt received a call of an active trespassing incident off White Switch Road, just south of Millican. Upon arrival, Schmidt found a Navasota police officer, two Grimes County Sheriff’s Office deputies, and a Brazos County Deputy waiting.
Three men were found at the property. When questioned, one of the men stated they saw an open gate, and decided to go in and hunt. Once indie, one of the men shot and killed two raccoons. The other carried around another firearm as well. None of the men has permission to be on the property, and there were visible “no trespassing” signs on the gate.
The three were ultimately arrested, and identified as 54 year old Timoteo Serrano Lopez of Navasota, 43 year old Wilmer Flores Sr of Washington, and 19 year old Wilmer Flores Jr. of Washington.
Serrano Lopez was charged with Criminal Trespass and Unlawful Carrying of a weapon. It is his third time in jail in the last 4 years.
Flores Sr. was charged with Take Wildlife Resources without Consent. Flores Jr. was charged with Criminal Trespass, Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon, and has an immigration hold.
Flores Jr. and Serrano Lopez are held on bonds totaling $8,000, awhile Flores Sr. is held on bonds totaling $5,000.