Friday, February 13, 1998
Grand Jury indictments
By JERRY DANIEL REED
Senior Staff Writer
A former Abilene man was indicted Thursday on charges of kidnapping
a woman here nearly two years ago.
Leonardo Zaragosa, 46, also known as Leonardo Saragosa, who
gave an O'Brien address, was one of 19 people named in indictments
returned by a 104th District Court grand jury.
Zaragosa was not located or arrested until recent months, said
District Attorney James Eidson. He is accused of using force and
threats to restrain and to move his victim about, against her
will, on April 4, 1996.
Others indicted were:
-- Steven Lee Balderas, 18, of 1330 S. Crockett, aggravated
-- Matthew Shane Ausborn, 18, 902 Mulberry, injury to a child.
He is accused of injuring a small child by shaking, either intentionally
and knowingly, recklessly, or with criminal negligence, last Oct.
-- Pedro Julio Pabon, 31, 5358 N. 9th, sexual assault.
-- Raul Martinez Trevino, 30, 502 Westview, burglary of a habitation
with one prior felony conviction alleged.
-- Christopher Dale Cox, 18, Tye area, two indictments on charges
of burglary of a building.
-- Delbert Yearian, also known as Delbert Parsons, 18, Merkel
area, two indictments on charges of theft with a second count
of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and a third indictment
on a charge of burglary of one of the buildings Cox is charged
-- Bradly Miles Mason, 34, 841 Sunset, burglary of a building.
-- David Steven Salazar, 18, 1409 Oak, possession of a prohibited
-- Marcus Wayne McNutt, 35, Brownfield, possession of cocaine.
-- Waylon Glenn Lesly, 28, Merkel, criminal mischief.
-- Justin Lee Geis, 17, 302 N. Mockingbird, Apt. 207, theft.
-- Miranda Diane Stautzenberger, 19, 2802 S. 41st, theft.
-- Patrick McWhorter, 35, 1825 Sewell, aggregate theft.
-- Les Lee Linnemann, 36, #17 Muirfield, theft.
-- Reginald Ladon Toombs, 32, Fort Worth, forgery by writing
or by passing a forged instrument.
-- Bobby Cleophus Webster Jr., 26, 3325 Melinda, forgery.
-- Jimmy Roy McCartney, 55, Tye, felony driving while intoxicated.
-- An investigation of an unnamed individual suspected of an
undisclosed crime resulted in a sealed indictment. Information
about the indictment, including the identity of the person charged
and the nature of the reported crime, will be disclosed after
After considering two other investigations of unnamed people,
the grand jury "no-billed," or refused to indict, the
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