By Kerrville Daily Times, November 30, 2020
A 21-year-old Comfort man was jailed on suspicion of dealing enough drugs in Kerr County to put him away for life.
A sheriff’s deputy arrested Briar Charles Homilius on Nov. 20 and accused the man of possessing 4-400 grams of a drug in penalty group 2 or 2A, which includes a host of drugs such as THC, mescaline, psilocybin and synthetic marijuana. The deputy recommended Homilius be charged for violating Texas Health and Safety Code 481.113, which makes such an offense a first-degree felony punishable by as much as life in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Homilius was released the following day on a $25,000 bond, according to jail records.
Others recently jailed on suspicion of felony drug crimes include:
- Salvador Villegas Hernandez, of Kerrville, born in 1984, accused by a KPD officer on Nov. 25 of possessing less than 2 ounces of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, possessing less than 1 gram of a drug in penalty group 1, and being in the country illegally. He was in the county jail as of Nov. 30 awaiting the disposition of his immigration case.
- Martin Salazar Jr., of Fredericksburg, born in 1999, accused by a KPD officer on Nov. 23 of possessing less than 2 ounces of marijuana, 1-4 grams of a drug in penalty group 2, and trying to hide evidence from police. He was released the next day on bond.
- Juan Presas, of Kerrville, born in 1975, accused of manufacturing or delivering 4-200 grams of a drug in penalty group 1 on Nov. 12.
- Johnathan Isaac Allen-Noble, of Kerrville, born in 1999, accused on Nov. 6 of possessing less than 2 ounces of marijuana, less than 1 gram of a drug in penalty group 2, drug paraphernalia, and a firearm illegal to possess during the commission of a crime.
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