Grand jury indicts Houston man for marijuana possession
A Houston man was indicted by a Kleberg County grand jury last week following his arrest by Kingsville police March 19 after officers found a large amount of marijuana in the suspect’s vehicle.
Twenty-five-year-old Isaac Sustaita was indicted April 5 by the grand jury for possession of marijuana, a state jail felony.
Officer Daniel Gonzales, with the Kingsville Police Department, said last month that he responded to a call for assistance just before 6 p.m. after another officer pulled over a sport utility vehicle driven by Sustaita in the 900 block of King Ave.
Gonzales said Sustaita exhibited nervous and suspicious behavior during questioning, so police asked for consent to search the vehicle. Officers not only found a small amount of marijuana in the center console of the vehicle, but a duffel bag containing about 1 pound of hydroponic marijuana being stored in the SUV’s rear cargo bay, he said.
Sustaita reportedly told officers he was taking the drugs to Edinburg, and was just passing through Kingsville.
Also indicted last week:
• Joshua Sandoval, 23, stalking, third-degree felony
• Brian Santos, 25, possession of cocaine, thirddegree felony; two counts of tampering with evidence, third-degree felony
• Candice Aislyn Comer, 19, possession of marijuana, second-degree felony
• Jaime Castillo, 23, assault of a public servant, third- degree felony
• Nancy Patricia Almazan, 26, possession of marijuana, second-degree felony
• Heather Nicole Dowdy, 23, possession of marijuana, state jail felony
• Taylor James Warner, 28, possession of marijuana, state jail felony
• Caden Kroger, 18, possession of marijuana, state jail felony
• Felipe Garcia, 33, possession of a controlled substance, second-degree felony.