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On March 17, 2018 deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office responded to the 16800 block of Stuebner Airline Road at the Bank of America, in reference to a disturbance. When deputies’ arrived,

a complaint reported that the suspect, identified as Jose Carballo, had made a threat against them.

 

When deputies attempted to question Carballo, Carballo refused to provide any information and refuse to follow any commands of deputies. Carballo began to physically resist deputies, at which time deputies’ tased Carballo to bring him under control and place him into custody.

 

“Carballo was arrested, charged with Interference with Duties of a Public Servant, and booked into the Harris County Jail. His bond was set at $500.00 out of County Court 010.” – Constable Mark Herman  

                                                                       

                        Name:              Jose Carballo                 

                        Date of Birth:    10/07/1970                

                       Charge:            Interference with Duties of a Public  Servant                                               

                        Bond:               $500.00

                        Court:               County Court 010

                        Status:              Pending Court

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