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Burnet, Texas Burnet Bulletin Records Wednesday, August 3, 2011 Page 9B. Trial set in Buchanan murder case BY MICHAEL FREEMAN HIGHLAND LAKES NEWSPAPERS Four people accused in the murder of a man at a Buchanan Dam residence last year are tentatively scheduled to stand trial in October. Thomas BarkleyCreech, 34, of Buchanan Dam, Mary Louise Grote, 55, of Buchanan Dam, Justin Dale Silvernale, 24, of Aus- tin and Letecia Chapman Jeffers, 24, of Buchanan Dam are all scheduled to be in the 424th Judicial Court in Llano on Oct. 24 at 8:30 a.m., according to court documents. All four have been ac- cused of being involved in the death of Mark Patrick Shurish of Travis County. Shurish, who was 29 years old at the time of his dis- appearance, was last seen alive the night of June 6, 20&apos;10, at Fuzzy's Corner, a bar at the intersection of SH 29 and RR 1431 in Bu- chanan Dam, according Mary Louise Grote Letecia Jeffers to authorities. Authorities believe Shurish was shot at a mobile home at the 9100 block of RR 1431, less than a half-mile north of Fuzzy's Corner. Author- ities found Shurish's re- mains last October in a 10- foot deep pit on a northern Mason County ranch. Creech has been charged with the first-de- gree murder of Shurish. Grote, Silvernale and Jef- fers have all been charged with second-degree felo- nies of tampering with or fabricating physical evi- dence, namely a human corpse. Creech remains in Thomas Barkley the Llano County Jail as of Thursday, jail officials said. The other three have bonded out of jail since their arrests. Authorities have said that Jeffers and Silver- nale are acquaintances of Creech; Creech was also an acquaintance of the victim, Shurish. Grote worked as the owner of Fuzzy's Corner and for- mer employer of Creech; her family also owned the ranch where Shurish's remains were found, au- thorities said. The mobile home where Shurish was allegedly, shot is believed Creech Justin Dale Silvernale Mark Patrick Shurish to have been Jeffers' resi- dence at the time of the shooting, according to authorities. Burnet County Jail Log The following persons have been booked into the Bumet County Jail on the dates indicated. Their inclu- sion in this list is not intended to be a judgment of guilt or innocence and should not be construed as one. BCSO: Burner County Sherffs OHIce BPD: Burner Police [admerd BTPD: Balmm Police [Iment CTWD:  $1ms lice Del GSPD: Granite Shoals Police DepL HSSPD =  Bay Police Dept. ICE = Immigration and Customs Enfoccement LLSO: Maria County Shed,s Office MFPD: Marble Falls Police Dept. OOC: Out of County SOU = Special OperatJolm Un# BCSO TPW - Tes Parks & Wildlife July 22 Garcia, Stephanie Michelle, 30, by GSPD, on a charge of sexu- al assault of a child; released on a surety bond. Atkinson, Dilford Douglas, 50, by GSPD; on charges .ofduty on striking fixture/highway landscape and driving while license invalid; released on a surety bond. Henninger, Marcus Lee, 35, by BCSO, on charges of injury of a child/request for adjudication, no liability insurance, failure to appear, and injury to a child (two counts); release information unavailable. Garcia-Lopez, Abel Jose, 24, by DPS, on charges of driving while intoxicated and immigra- tion detainer; release information unavailable. Bracy, Jennifer Lyn, 35, by LLSO, on charges of theft of prop- erty >=$20<$500 by check, injury to a child/elderly/disabled with intent to cause bodily harm (four counts); release information unavailable. McGuire, Brandy Jeannette, by BCSO, on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia; released. Adams, Jeremy Charles, 31, by DPS, on a charge of evading arrest/detention; released on a surety bond. July 23 Cappadona, Kristopher Ryan, 27, by BCSO, on a charge of pos- session of marijuana <2 ounces; released on a surety bond. Massey, Jr., Robert Cleveland, 26, by BPD, on a charge of public intoxication; released on a surety bond. Salinas, Adolfo Fidel, 54, by BPD, on a charge of public intoxi- cation; released on a surety bond. July 24 prior charge of theft of service Pedracine, Sam, 33, by BCSO, >--$20 <$500; release information on a charge of public intoxication; released on a surety bond. Maxwell, Mark Steven, 45, by BPD, on charges of possession of marijuana <2 ounces and failure to appear for same charge; re- 1o information unavailblo. Neunuebel, Kdstin, 35, by BCSO, on charges of assault by contact and public intoxication; re- leased on a surety bond. Alexander, III, Elmus Ken, 36, by GSPD, on charges of failure to pay fines for prior charges of illegal dumping, public intoxica- tion, criminal mischief under $50, and disregarding a stop sign; paid fines. Herrod, Robert Jeffrey, 50, by MFPD, on a charge of driving while intoxicated with an open alcohol container; released on a surety bond. Yanker, Cindy .Lou, 50, by BCSO, on a charge of theft of prop- erty >=$20 <$500 by check; re- leased on personal recognizance. Mallinger, Ashley Denise, 22, by BPD, on charges of driving while invalid and possession of drug paraphernalia; released on a surety bond. July 25 Cline, William Joseph, 48, by BCSO, on a charge of theft of prep- erty >--$20<$500 by check; re- leased on personal recognizance. Buckner, Shelley Made, 30, by BCSO, on a charge of theft by check; release information unavailable. Chelette, Bryan G., 26, by MFPD, on a charge of theft of wire/cable/50% alum/bronze/cop- per; served time. Whitaker, David Sean, 47, by OOC, on charges of failure to pay fines on prior charge of speeding, and motion to revoke for driving while intoxicated; release informa- tion unavailable. Richter, Cody Keith, 19, by BTPD, on charges of failure to pay fines on prior charges of failure to maintain financial responsibil- ity and no driver's license; served time. Vega, Christopher Louis, 33, by MFPD, on a charge of criminal nonsupport; release information unavailable. Castillo, Daniel Ray, 34, by BPD, on charges of failure to ap- pear and failure to pay fine for unavailable. July 26 Anderson, Thomas Christian, 22, by MFPD, on a charge of theft of property >=$20<$500 by check; f010l 0n  umty nl. Bremer, Michael Eugene, 52, by BCSO, on charges of failure to pay fine on charge of violating promise to appear, and no driver's licensed with unlicensed; released on a surety bond. Maldonado, Joseph Paul, 54, by BCSO, on a charge of theft of property >--$20 <$500 by check; released on personal recognizance. White, Jimmy, 32, by BLSO, on a charge of parole violation for sexual assault; release informa- tion unavailable. Huggins, Jordan Wayne, 20, 12y BCSO, on.charges of inference with public duties and credit/debit card abuse; release information unavailable. Casella, Keith Alan, 49, by BCSO, on a charge of assault of a public servant; release informa- tion unavailable• July 27 Meyer, Leah Jane, 24, by BCSO, on a charge of public in- toxication; release information unavailable• Dur.an, Kevin, 23, by DPS, on a charge of driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension of license for no proof of financial responsibility; release information unavailable. Gamer, Matthew Alan, 27, by BCSO, on a charge of criminal nonsupport; released on a cash bond. July 28 Kincheloe, James David, 46, driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension of license for no proof of financial responsibility; released on per- sonal recognizance; released on personal recognizance. Warden, Steven Malcolm, 57, by BPD, on charges of open alcohol container and no driver's license when unlicensed; release information unavailable• Derrick, Jonathan Lee, 29, by OOC, on charges of unauthor- ized use of vehicle, evading arrest and detention, and theft of prep- erty <$1500 with two or more prior convictions; release information unavailable. Christian, Bennie Joe, 52, by DPS, on a charge of driving while intoxicated with two or more previ- ous charges; release information unavailable. MFPD, on a charge of possession of controlled substance <1 gram; release information unavailable. y'/, i!iiiii!iii! iiiiiiiiiiii!i !iii!i!iiii!iii! iiiiiiiiii:iiii !iiiiii!iiiilil _ / ;!iliiiiiii!!ii i!i!!ii!!!!!!i!! i!ili!i!i{i! iiii!iliiiiii ,, <: ...... ii!ii'!iiii'!il iiiiiiiiii!ilil iiiiiiiiiii00ili00 iiiil;ii!ii'ii iiiiiiiii?il !i!iiiiii!!iil iiiiiii!!;iil Legend ........ ii!iiiiiiiiii!i Jury Camero, Emanuel Louis, 21, by MFPD, on charges of failure to appear and failure to pay fine on charge of theft of property >---$500 <$1500; release information unavailable Roberts, Rodger Dale, 21, by MFPD, on a charge of possession ,=: of marijuana <2 ounces; release information unavailable. Sanchez, Tanja, 40, by BCSO, on a cha[ge of assault;.re!ease in- formati(on unavailable. Abstracts of Judgment show the partiesin lawsuits often involving credit card or other types of debts. Plaintiff is listed first, followed by defendant, and the amount and recipient of the ju(gment. Assumed Names show the name of the business that has been started, address and name of owner. Deeds of Trust and Warranty Deeds show property transactions valued at more than $100,000 by the name of the buyer, legal description, dollar amount and the lender on the property Building Permits show the company or individual get- ting a permit, the square footage of the structure and a dollar amount for the project, if available. Burnet County Abstracts of Judgment Drive, Bumet, $172,900 First • Fifth Third Bank, Maria Navarro, State of Burnet PlaintiffS18,753.26 .Jason and Crystal Johnson, • Citi Bank, William Vodak, Plaintiff 101 Midnight Sun, Spicewood, $6,548.98 $105,699 Security State Bank & • Citi Bank, Jonathon Garner, Trust Plaintiff $2,547.73 • Briggs Community Center Roberta Eacott President, E.E. Butch Schidt, Plaintiff $1493.00 Assumed Names • Beat Dockter Services, 406 CR 119A, Bumet, Gregory Heinanen • Fraser Multinational, PO Box 8634, Horseshoe Bay, Andrew Fraser • Pablitos Tacos, 1606 FM 1431, Marble Falls, Valerio Pablo Ponce • Wild Dogs, 6818 CR 210, Bertram, Reagan and Anna Broesche • Little Spurs Horsemanship, 100 "limber Ridge Road, Marble Falls, ............. Gary Don Biddy • Horizon Networks, 304Columbine Meadowlakes, Elizabeth Vaughn i!iiil i;iil Di of Tut • Reagan and Mary Glosson, 505 Twin Sails, Horseshoe Bay, $239,600 Amedcan Bank of Texas • Richard and Ellen Tull, 409 West Greenbriar Drive, Granite Shoals, $1 50,000 Lending Solutions • Victor and Mattie Culver, 1303 E. Johnson Street, Bumet, $105,000 JSC Federal Credit Union • David and Judy Knape, 150 Circle Oaks Drive, Bumet, $215,000 RPM Mortgage • Duste Patterson, 1.03 acre out of the John Hamilton Survey No. 1, Bumet County, $109,000 Ray Sanders • Robert and Carolyn Crawford, 1185 CR 258, Bertram, $145,000 First State Bank • Susan and Cary Gollnick, 1206 S FM 1174, Bertram, $190,945 USAA Federal Savings Bank Warranty Deeds • Peggy Palmore, Reagan and Mary Beth Glosson, Lot No. 43018 in Horseshoe Bay, Burnet County, $239,600 American Bank of Texas • Patricia Myrick, Darrell and Mary Dodds, 12.416 acres out of the George C. Lucas Survey, Bumet County, $417,000 University Federal Credit Union , Ry ;d0m, Dut0 Ptto, 1.03 acre out of the John Hamilton Survey No. 1, Burnet County, $109,000 Ray Sanders Marriages iii!i!iii!ii !ii!i!i!i!ii! iiii!!!ii!ilil il !i il iiiii!!iii!i  iiiiiiii!i;il ii!i,!iiiii!ii iii!ii!! iiiiiiiiiiiiii iii!iiiii!iii !!i!ii!!!iii!  iiiiiiiiiiii  !!!iliiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiil ii;i;ii!iii!i ii!iiiiiiiii ii!!iiiiiiiiii !iii!:iiiiil ;ili;i;i ;iiii!!i!! iiiii!iiiiil;i iiiiiiliiii!!i i!!!iiiiiiii i!!iiiiii!!i !!iiiiiiii!ii iiiiiii!iiiilil i!iiiiiiiii!i! !iiiiiiiil iiiiiii;ilili  iliiiiiiiiill James Warden, Teresa Miller iiiii!ii!ii!iil 7/5/2011 Michael Clark, Casey Taylor iii!iiiiiii 7/5/2011 i;iil  .... Edgar Burris, Lula Willis 7/6/2011 i:!!i:i;i Christopher Laird, Star Harman ii!!i!!iii!!!il 7/6/2011 iiiiiii!i!i  John Hoyle, Alison McFadden iiiiiiiiiiiii i 7/6/2011 iiii!iiiiii! Thomas Paul Barter, Constance !'iii'iii McCue 7/7/2011 !!!iii!iiiiiil • Darrell and Mary Dodds, 320 Scenic View Drive, Marble Fails, $417,000 University Federal ATTEND THIS EVENT TO RECEIVE: ' Free hearing check-up and video ear scan 1001 Buchanan Drive, Suite 11 in Burnet Formerly Hometown Hearing Center /)/ease call ahead for on appointment: 512-355-1003 Come out on August 1 O th to urge LCRA to say NO to the White Stallion coal plant. WHEN: Wednesday, August 10th, 2011 at 1 pm. WHERE: LCRA Headcatt£