Authorities arrest fugitive, 2 women, at Central Texas home
Authorities have arrested a fugitive and two women who were with him after tracking the man to a home in Oglesby.
Austin Dakota Alambar, 22, was wanted for violating the terms of his probation after a 2015 robbery conviction.
Coryell County Chief Deputy Mark Wilcox says deputies detected a small odor of marijuana while arresting Alambar Monday evening at the home at 104 east Walker St. in Oglesby.
In a search of the home, authorities found drug paraphernalia and small quantities of methamphetamine and cocaine with the help of the Coryell County’s drug dog, Gunner.
The two women who were with Alambar, Alyssa Hoskins,19, and Korttany Hooker 29, were arrested after the search and face drug possession charges, Wilcox said.
The McLennan County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Task Force and the Texas Auto Theft Task Force assisted in the area.
Alambar was convicted in May 2015 of assaulting and robbing an Oglesby resident.
Alambar was held Tuesday in the Coryell County Jail without bond.
The two women remained jailed as well.
Their bonds had not been set Tuesday morning.