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Recent Felony Arrests by the Odessa Police Department - December 1, 2014

Odessa Police Department Press Release

43-year-old Israel G. Flores and 43-year-old Michael Jimenez, Jr.

Odessa Police arrested Flores on 11-28-14 at approximately 2135 hours for Manufacturing and Delivery of a Controlled Substance, a 1st Degree Felony. Odessa Police also arrested Jimenez for Possession of Cocaine “State Jail Felony” and for five misdemeanor warrants, including one for Illegal Dumping “Class B Misdemeanor”.

Officers observed a white Chevrolet Tahoe traveling near Murphy and Tom Green displaying a defective taillight. A traffic stop was conducted and the driver was identified as Jimenez and the front passenger as Flores. Dispatch advised Jimenez had five outstanding warrants out for his arrest and he was placed into custody for them.

Officers searched the listed vehicle and discovered cocaine on the floor board near the driver's seat. Officers searched Flores and discovered seven individual bags of cocaine inside his pockets. The total weight of the cocaine was approximately 8 grams, which was seized as evidence.

Officers also discovered $828 inside his pockets mainly in increments of $20 bills, which is consistent with street narcotics distribution. Based on the facts and circumstances presented during the investigation, both Flores and Jimenez were charged and arrested accordingly.

24-year-old Aaron Carreon and 19-year-old Candace Brazeal

Odessa Police arrested Carreon on 11-28-14 at approximately 2306 hours for Manufacturing or Delivery of a Controlled Substance, a 1st Degree Felony. Odessa Police also arrested Brazeal for Possession of Cocaine, a State Jail Felony. While officers were conducting a park and walk in the 4500 block of East University, they observed a male subject hand off a folded dollar bill to a female subject.

The female subject attempted to conceal the folded dollar bill in her hand behind her phone as soon as she saw officers. Officers made contact with the male subject, who was identified as Carreon. Officers also made contact with the female subject, who was identified as Brazeal. Officers asked Brazeal for the folded up dollar bill, which contained cocaine inside of it.

Carreon and Brazeal were both placed into handcuffs after officers observed the hand to hand transaction take place between them. Brazeal advised officers that she had just purchased the cocaine from Carreon. Based on the facts and circumstances presented during the investigation, both Carreon and Brazeal were charged and arrested accordingly.

24-year-old Xavion Fuller and 23-year-old Brittany McDonald

Odessa Police arrested Fuller for Possession of a Controlled Substance “2nd Degree Felony” warrant and McDonald for Burglary of a Habitation “2nd Degree Felony” warrant. Officers responded to the 800 block of Seminole in reference to an attempt to locate on wanted felon Xavion Fuller.

Officers received information that Fuller was possibly at a residence in the 800 block of Seminole. Upon arrival, officers made contact with a female subject identified as McDonald, who advised she was Fuller's girlfriend. A warrant check revealed McDonald had a felony burglary warrant out of Lubbock.

McDonald was placed into custody for the felony warrant. A few minutes later, a male subject matching the description of Fuller exited the residence. The male subject, identified as Fuller, was confirmed to have a felony warrant for possession of a controlled substance. Both subjects were charged and arrested accordingly.

42-year-old Paul Dewell Robles and 42-year-old Bernie Garcia

Odessa Police arrested Robles for Possession of Cocaine “State Jail Felony” and No Proof of Insurance with Prior Convictions “Class B Misdemeanor”. Odessa Police also arrested Garcia for Possession of Cocaine “State Jail Felony” and a warrant for Theft “Class B Misdemeanor”.

Officers observed a black Chevrolet Silverado traveling eastbound in the 800 block of Clements with an expired registration sticker. A traffic stop was conducted and the driver was identified as Robles and the front passenger as Garcia. Robles failed to provide proof of insurance and investigation also revealed he had prior convictions for no insurance.

Robles was then placed into custody for no proof of insurance with prior convictions. A warrant check on Garcia revealed he was wanted for theft and he was also placed into custody. Officers searched the listed vehicle and discovered cocaine on the driver's seat and front passenger seat.

Officers also located cocaine between the center console and front passenger seat and more behind the front passenger seat. Based on the facts and circumstances presented during the investigation, Robles and Garcia were additionally charged with possession of cocaine and transported to the ECLEC.

38-year-old John Ubbins and 28-year-old Jeremy Lizenbee

Odessa Police arrested Ubbins for Assault Causing Bodily Injury “3rd Degree Felony” and Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon “2nd Degree Felony”. Odessa Police also arrested Lizenbee for Theft of Property “State Jail Felony” and Credit Card / Debit Card Abuse “State Jail Felony”.

Officers responded to the 300 block of North Jackson in reference to an attempt to locate. Upon arrival, officers observed two subjects matching the description of wanted felons. Both subjects were identified as Ubbins and Lizenbee. Investigation revealed Ubbins was wanted for assault causing bodily injury and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Further investigation revealed Lizenbee was also wanted for theft and credit card / debit card abuse. Based on the facts and circumstances presented during the investigation, both subjects were charged and arrested accordingly and transported to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center.

28-year-old Angel Ortega

Odessa Police arrested Ortega on 11-30-14 at approximately 2142 hours for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon (Family Violence), a Second Degree Felony. Officers responded to the 1100 block of South Grant in reference to an active disturbance. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the victim, identified as a 39-year-old Hispanic female. Officers also made contact with a male subject, identified as Ortega.

The victim reported that Ortega was her boyfriend and advised that after they got into an argument, he pulled out a black knife and pointed it at her face while they were driving a 1990 Cadillac Fleetwood. The victim reported that the listed vehicle started to have mechanical problems and advised that the ignition light came on. The victim reported that she immediately exited the vehicle and fled southbound on foot.

Officers located Ortega and immediately detained him. When officers asked Ortega where the knife was, he stated that he did not have a knife. However, officers located the black knife nearby. Based on the facts and circumstances presented during the investigation, Ortega was charged and arrested accordingly and transported to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center.

40-year-old Joseph Daniel Dutchover

Odessa Police arrested Dutchover for Credit Card Abuse, a State Jail Felony. Officers conducted a traffic stop on a blue Chevrolet Silverado in the 700 block of South Grandview and the driver was identified as Dutchover. Dispatch advised Dutchover had a felony warrant for credit card abuse. Based on the facts and circumstances presented during the investigation, Dutchover was charged and arrested accordingly.

34-year-old Adam Lloyd Cooper

Odessa Police arrested Cooper for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, a State Jail Felony. Officers observed a green Ford Taurus traveling northbound in the 3000 block of Golder with an expired registration sticker. A traffic stop was conducted and the back passenger was identified as Cooper. Dispatch advised Cooper was wanted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Cooper was charged and arrested accordingly.

33-year-old Stephen Greathouse

Odessa Police arrested Greathouse on 11-28-14 at approximately 1221 hours for Theft By Check, a State Jail Felony. Officers responded to the 3700 block of Spruce in reference to an attempt to locate. Upon arrival, officers made contact with a subject, identified as Greathouse.

Dispatch advised Greathouse was wanted out of Midland County for Theft By Check with a $25,000 bond. Based on the facts and circumstances presented during the investigation, Greathouse was charged and arrested accordingly and transported to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center.

21-year-old Troy Martinez

Odessa Police arrested Martinez for Tampering with Physical Evidence “3rd Degree Felony,” Possession of Cocaine “State Jail Felony” and for four outstanding misdemeanor warrants. Officers observed a 2004 Ford Expedition run a stop sign at 8th Street and East Highway service road. A traffic stop was conducted and the passenger was identified as Martinez.

Martinez was placed into custody after Dispatch advised he had four outstanding warrants out for his arrest. Officers searched the listed vehicle and discovered cocaine in the area of where Martinez had been sitting. Martinez was additionally charged with possession of cocaine.

While Martinez was being transported to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center, officers could hear him stomping his feet the entire time. After officers arrived at the jail, they discovered more cocaine near the back passenger seat. Martinez was additionally charged with tampering with physical evidence.

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