Mexican Drug Runner Busted Josue Xavier Garcia in Mexican Salem Oregon 4.25 pounds of marijuana $13,000 value
so is he an illegal alien or a well-fed on food stamps and WIC anchor baby? mexican values means criminal behavior is just fine and dandy. Deport Josue Xavier Garcia
12-16-09, at 3:00 pm Deputy Jeremy Landers stopped a Honda Civic on Highway 22 near Lancaster drive for a traffic violation (no front license plate). As Deputy Landers approached the vehicle, the driver sped away. Members of the Marion County Street Crimes Unit and Keizer Community Response Unit were in the area and responded to assist Deputy Landers. The Honda Civic drove to the Gaffin Road exit and headed back toward Southeast Salem and as the driver turned onto Cordon Road, the vehicle went into on-coming traffic. Due to the recklessness of the driver, and potential risk to the community, Deputy Landers terminated the pursuit. A short time later, deputies located a vehicle in the ditch and the driver indicated he had swerved to avoid a head-on collision with the driver of the Honda.
A short time later the Honda was located on Oakmont Court and State Street. As deputies and Keizer Police begin to approach the vehicle, the driver and two passengers got out and fled on foot. The driver later identified as, Jack Edgar Watt, (35) of Salem fled with a duffle bag in hand. One of the passengers later identified as, Josue Xavier Garcia, (18) fled with a laptop computer in hand. Both were eventually apprehended, after climbing over fences and going through citizen’s yards in an attempt to get away. Watt also tried to get rid of a loaded .357 revolver by dropping it as he ran from the police, but it was recovered in a citizen’s yard. Deputy Wollenschlaeger and his K-9 partner Yo were called out to assist with tracking a third suspect, but they were unable to locate him.
Deputies located 4.25 pounds of marijuana inside the duffel bag (estimated street value $13,000). The plates on the vehicle did not belong to the Honda and a search of the vehicle identification number (VIN) revealed it was stolen. Watt was arrested on charges of Unlawful Use of Vehicle, Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Theft I, Attempt to Elude (Vehicle), Attempt to Elude (Foot), Reckless Endangering, Reckless Driving, Felon Possession Firearm, Hit and Run, Delivery of Marijuana and Possession of Marijuana. Garcia, was arrested for Unlawful Use of Vehicle and both were transported to the Marion County Jail.