San Augustine County, Texas

A $200,000 PR Bond was set for the release of a San Augustine man taken into custody on eight felony failure to appear warrants in San Augustine County. According to the San Augustine County Sheriff's Office Arrest Report, Steven Doyle Ware, 31, was arrested after a traffic stop by San Augustine Police Department on Nov. 16.

The warrants were served, and Ware was booked into jail without incident. He was charged with six felony counts failure to appear warrants/aggravated assault causes severe bodily injury, two felony counts failure to appear warrants/unlawful possession of firearm by felon, misdemeanor failure to appear warrant/assault, misdemeanor warrant/violation protective order.

San Augustine County Arrest Report:

WARE STEVEN DOYLE white 31 11/17/2021 11/18/2021 released SAPD Charge Type Warrant - WARRANT FTA/AGG ASSAULT CAUSES SBI (A) Felony - Second Degree Warrant - WARRANT FTA/AGG ASSAULT CAUSES SBI (B) Felony - Second Degree Warrant - WARRANT FTA/AGG ASSAULT CAUSES SBI (C) Felony - Second Degree Warrant - WARRANT FTA/AGG ASSAULT CAUSES SBI (D) Felony - Second Degree Warrant - WARRANT FTA/AGG ASSAULT CAUSES SBI (E) Felony - Second Degree Warrant - WARRANT FTA/AGG ASSAULT CAUSES SBI (F) Felony - Second Degree Warrant - WARRANT/FTA UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY FELON (A) Felony - Third Degree Warrant - WARRANT/FTA UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY FELON (B) Felony - Third Degree Warrant - WARRANT/FTA-ASSAULT FV Misdemeanor - Class A Warrant - WARRANT VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER Misdemeanor - Class A

Persons named here have been charged, but not proven guilty of the alleged crimes state . This information is obtained by written request to the Sheriff's Office from Daily News and More, under the Texas Public Information Act Government Code Chapter 551.

For more information contact San Augustine County Sheriff's Office 936-275-2424.

Sec. 12.04. CLASSIFICATION OF FELONIES. (a) Felonies are classified according to the relative seriousness of the offense into five categories:

(1) capital felonies;

(2) felonies of the first degree;

(3) felonies of the second degree;

(4) felonies of the third degree; and

(5) state jail felonies.

(b) An offense designated a felony in this code without specification as to category is a state jail felony.

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