Terroristic Threat Against a Peace Officer / Warrant Arrest
Harris County, Texas
   
 
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On Thursday June 6, 2019, deputies with Constable Mark Herman's Office responded to the 22900 block of Cove Timbers Court to serve an out of state felony parole violation warrant.   

When deputies attempted to enter the residence, the wanted suspect's brother, Oliver De La Torre, attempted to prevent them from entering the residence. When deputies detained Olicer De La Torre, he physically resisted and yelled to them that "I'm going to kill you guys!"   

After searching the residence, deputies were able to locate and detain Ernesto De La Torre found hiding inside the residence.     

"Ernesto De La Torre was arrested for a Felony Parole Violation warrant issued by California and Oliver De La Torre was arrested and charged with Terroristic Threat Against a Police Officer" - said Constable Mark Herman.
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