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Hays Police Department Arrest Log 1-14-13 to 1-16-13

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HPD Arrest Logs

 

Hays Police Department
Arrest Log
1/14/13 to 1/16/13

This information was obtained from the Hays Police Department Arrest Log.

All persons included in this post are innocent of crimes until proven guilty in a court of law.

Tonni Yvonne Munn, 24, of Hays, was arrested at 2:50 a.m. on January 14, 2013 in the 1200 block of Vine Street on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Oscar Guillermo Vallejo, 21, of Hays, was arrested at 12:06 a.m. on January 14, 2013 in the 200 block of East 5th Street on suspicion of rape; sexual intercourse without consent and use of force; and battery.
Antonio Juan Tinoco, 20, of Hays, was arrested at 10:30 p.m. on January 14, 2013 in the 700 block of East 6th Street on suspicion of disorderly conduct; fighting words or noisy conduct to cause resentment and underage consumption of alcohol.

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This information is not criminal history. All individuals included in this post are innocent of crimes until proven guilty in a court of law. The Hays Post assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, or completeness, of this information. Any person who believes information provided is not accurate may submit a complaint to admin@hayspost.com.

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  • Concerned Citizen

    It disgusts me that someone can have their name defiled even though they are “Innocent until proven guilty.” Once a name hits the internet/newspaper it will always carry the stigma of whatever our pathetic police force chooses to charge them with. I am a law abiding citizen and would be absolutely enraged if I was published in this “BS” website for something I would later be proven ‘innocent’ or ‘not guilty’ for. Nothing about this publishing is fair until the “suspect” takes a plea bargain (somewhat admitting to guilt), or a jury actually finding this person guilty without a reasonable doubt. Cut it out. Hays Post can easily be profitable, or at least information rich, without such slander polluting such a close-knit community. A community where every body knows one another and has nothing to gossip about other than our proud police force making unjust arrests. #TerriblePressJudgement

    • Hmm

      Seems like someone’s name has been on here before. If you didn’t do anything wrong then you don’t have anything to worry about.

  • Oh boy

    You do realize it’s public information, right? If you have a problem with it, I suggest sending a note to the governor or state representatives. Hays Post isn’t doing anything but republishing what is already published.

    Now in my opinion, just because you or a family member got in trouble, doesn’t mean the rest of us should be restricted from seeing the arrest log.

    (Also, your hashtag is meant for search. Pretty sure you’re not on Twitter).

  • hays

    Public information doesn’t always make something public business. Some people are nothing but nosy busybodies.

  • WeeTodd

    If you don’t want your name in the PUBLIC records, STAY OUT OF TROUBLE!

  • Agreed

    Concerned Citizen, I agree. Who’s to say, for example, that the incident was consensual and the young man was falsely accused of rape. Because everyone gets to see this, most people will assume he’s guilty. I’m all for public records being released, but they shouldn’t be released until the investigation/prosecution is complete.

    • Chewbacca

      Again, it is PUBLIC information. It is our right to know according to the law. Don’t like it, change the law.

    • Reality Check

      There are jobs that have a “code of conduct” or “morality” clause you sign when you go to work for them and even an arrest can violate that clause as it reflects badly on the business. Fair or not, it is public record and this is exactly how employers check and make certain their employees represent their business properly. As said, it’s public record, this just makes the info more accessible.

  • passin threw

    pretty sure most of those jobs with a “code of conduct” clause also require you to tell your employer if you were arrested…..shouldn’t really matter what’s posted by hayspost anyway then right? i mean since it’s all about “morality” and “ethics”

  • marjorie smith

    Agree w/concerned citzen:
    I agree with the concerned citzen, my niece was on this arrest log. After the police department did there investigation, they found out my niece wasn’t anyway involved & all charges were dropped. During that time, she lost her job, then she couldn’t find another job ( because what HP had on there website)lost her apartment because she couldn’t pay rent, lost her car because she couldn’t make payments. HP ruined her reputation she had to move. Now she lives in KC & doing very well. So yes this website does ruin peoples lives!!!!!

    • Oh Boy

      Again, you’re blaming this incident on HP when in fact, the information was PUBLIC. Do you understand what a public record is? If you don’t think the arrest log should be public, you need to contact state legislators to have arrest information removed from the public list.

      Just because a landlord or employer chose to read the information here, as opposed to another site or getting the information directly from the PD, doesn’t mean it’s this site’s fault.

      You must be another one of those people that blames the gun for killing someone instead of the shooter.

    • Reality Check

      A simple background check would have uncovered the info as well. All HP did was make it a bit more accessible. It’s unfortunate, but it wasn’t HP that “ruined her reputation.” It was circumstances. Life sucks, we all know that, but we all have to grow up and accept it.

  • MALK

    Doesn’t the newspaper publish this info too?

  • judging

    We live in a community that judges you first, before the court system.

    • http://hayspost Arthur Doyle

      E You do realize that you just passed judgement on the entire community with your blanket statement right? So which are you the kettle or the pot?

  • society

    JUST BECAUSE this info is public knowledge DOES NOT mean it HAS TO be put on the internet! It was all public knowledge years ago and it was just an ink smudge in the paper. Its bull. We all know people steal from walmart, drink while driving, do drugs etc. This article is printed just to appease the people and make them think our community officals have our best interests in mind. If this is all you have time to worry about is sitting in judgement of us all then you and your “its public record!” comments can kiss it and you need to desperately get a life!

    • Reality Check

      Today’s newspaper IS the internet. This is the information age. Sorry, but that’s life. You don’t like it, don’t read it.

  • Bob Craig

    I can see both sides of this issue, however, once someones name appears here, they are presumed guilty as charged, which is wrong.
    I do agree however, that Hays PD gets a litle carried away some times…

    • Gold Stars

      Hays Police get a gold star for every arrest they make, the more ridiculous the charge is the bigger the star. So watch out girls your hair brushes my be the next dangerous weapon!!

  • you realize

    You realize that the newspaper prints this, and the newspaper is on the internet, but nobody reads it anymore. Its always been available to the public. Momma always said you are judged on the company you keep. So if you don’t want to be considered a thief then don’t hang out with people who steal. Applicable to all situations.