Two San Antonio men were arrested early Wednesday morning in Fayette County after being discovered with both cocaine and marijuana.

David Guerra (Fayette Co. Jail)

Fayette County Sheriff Keith Korenek’s office reports that around 3:15 a.m., Deputy Austin Moore and an approved rider observed a white 2010 GMC SUV with a flat tire parked in the median area on I-10 at Mile Marker 669 near Schulenburg.

The truck was on the eastbound side and had its hazard lights on.

Deputy Moore stopped his patrol unit and approached the driver’s side to conduct a welfare check.  The driver was identified as 18-year-old David Guerra.

Moore detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle, and observed marijuana on the lap of the passenger, who was identified as 20-year-old Andy Aguilar. 

Andy Aguilar (Fayette Co. Jail)

Aguilar was asked to step outside of the vehicle and was detained. As he was being detained, Guerra threw something out of the window.  Moore gave commands to Guerra and detained him also.

Moore observed numerous white powder flakes were observed all over the driver’s seat, floor board, and console.  There was also more white powder on the shoulder and outside lane of traffic, which Guerra admitted he threw out of the vehicle.

A dollar bill rolled up with one gram of cocaine left in it was picked up next to the vehicle, and secured as evidence.

Two THC concentrate cartridges and a bag of marijuana were also located in the vehicle.

Guerra and Aguilar were arrested and transported to the Dan R. Beck Justice Center. 

Both were charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana, and Tampering/Fabricating Physical Evidence.

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  1. Here we go again people driving and using drugs this has gotten out of hand, there should be a law that if you get caught with drugs in your vehicle then your drivers license would be taken away and they could not get it back until they took some kind of rehab and if they try to drive without the rehab then they get jail time plus a fine and also make them pay HIGH (haha) auto insurance rates

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