Waco: Officers stake out bus station, make 4 arrests

Lonnie Gonzalez (top left), Javier Garza (top right), Jose Rodriguez (bottom left) and Reginald England, (bottom right). (Jail photos)
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WACO, Texas (KWTX) Officers staked out the Greyhound Bus Station at 301 South 8th St. in Waco for two days this week and made four arrests, police said Friday.

Officers also seized more than 1.6 pounds of cocaine that was being transported through the city, officer Garen Bynum said Friday.

Officers arrested Jose Miguel Rodriguez, who was wanted on a Harris County marijuana possession warrant; Reginald England, who’s charged with failure to identify and was wanted on Bell County warrants charging assault, escape, criminal mischief and false report; Javier Garza, who’s charged with manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance less than 400 grams; and Lonnie Gonzalez, who was wanted on a Dallas County warrant charging aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

All four remained in the McLennan County Jail Friday.

Rodriguez is held in lieu of $1,000 bond; England in lieu of bonds totaling $27,500; Garza in lieu of $35,000 bond and Gonzalez in lieu of $100,000 bond, according to online records.

The two-day bus interdiction project involved the Waco Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit, K9 Unit and Traffic Unit, Bynum said.