An Odem man and a Pipe Creek man are under felony indictment following accusations they drove drunk for at least the third time.
A Kerr County Sheriff’s Office deputy arrested Kyle Edward Holmes, of Odem, on July 1 after a warrant had been issued for the man’s arrest. The warrant accuses Holmes of a DWI on Jan. 25. He was released July 1 on a $15,000 bond.
A sheriff’s deputy arrested Kelby Neal Combs, of Pipe Creek, on July 2 after a warrant had been issued for the man’s arrest. The warrant accuses Combs of a DWI on Jan. 17. Combs, born in 1981, was released July 2 on a $15,000 bond.
Holmes and Combs, both born in 1981, have been convicted of DWI at least twice before. Driving while intoxicated is a misdemeanor unless a defendant already has two convictions, in which case it’s a felony punishable by as much as 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine under state law.
Others recently accused of DWI include:
John W. Hocker, of Robbinsville, New Jersey, born in 1944, jailed June 24 by a Kerrville Police Department officer, released the same day on a $1,000 bond.
Jacob Ryan Cunningham, of Sania, born in 1994, jailed July 6 by a Kerrville Police Department officer, held as of Monday on bonds totaling $2,000. He also was accused of resisting arrest.
Brandon Hugh Glossop, of Aubrey, born in 1995, jailed July 5 by a Kerrville Police Department officer, released July 6 on bonds totaling $2,000. He also was accused of unlawfully carrying a weapon.
Adam Caley Torkelson, of Kerrville, born in 1979, arrested July 5 by a Kerrville Police Department officer, released the same day on a $2,000 bond. He has been convicted of DWI once before.