This week, Bexar County Grand Juries handed down 227 felony indictments.
Frank DeLeon Falcon is charged with capital murder. The indictment alleges that on July 14, 2022, Falcon intentionally caused the deaths of Linda Webster and Mark Webster by shooting the Websters with a deadly weapon (firearm) and Falcon was in the course of committing or attempting to commit the offense of burglary of a habitation. The Family Violence Division is prosecuting this case in the 226th District Court. Capital murder is punishable by life in prison without parole or the death penalty.
Christopher Perry is charged with attempted capital murder of a police officer. The indictment alleges that on July 14, 2022, Perry intentionally and knowingly attempted to cause the death of Donald Foster by cutting and stabbing Foster with a deadly weapon (knife) that in the manner of its use and intended use was capable of causing death and serious bodily injury, an act amounting to more than mere preparation that tended by failed to effect the commission of the offense of capital murder, having at the time the specific intent to commit the offense of capital murder, and that Foster was a peace officer who was acting in the lawful discharge of an official duty and Perry knew Foster was a peace officer. The Criminal Trial Division is prosecuting this case in the 226th District Court. Attempted capital murder of a police officer is a first-degree felony punishable by 5 to 99 years or life in prison and a possible fine of up to $10,000.
William Ballestero is charged with intoxication manslaughter. The indictment alleges that on March 8, 2022, Ballestero operated a motor vehicle in a public place while intoxicated and did by reason of such intoxication cause the death of Cameron Celeste Jacobson by accident or mistake, by Ballestero driving the motor vehicle into a motor vehicle occupied by Jacobson. The Criminal Trial Division is prosecuting this case in the 379th District Court. Intoxication manslaughter is a second-degree felony punishable by 2 to 20 years in prison and a possible fine of up to $10,000.
An indictment is not a finding of guilt. A person charged by indictment is presumed innocent until found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt by a jury or a judge. Because these and potentially other cases are either pending or may be under investigation, we can make no further comment on them.
Copies of indictments may be requested from the Bexar County District Clerk. Information on court settings can be found by searching the case online or directly from the court.