As the investigation developed, a search warrant was obtained and executed for a motel room in Austin, Texas.
Detectives recovered stolen firearms from Hays County and other jurisdictions within the state.
Other stolen property was also located in the motel where two male subjects and two young children were present.
One of the subjects identified as Jeremy Rasco, DOB: 11/3/1998, was arrested on scene for 15 outstanding warrants out of Hays County, including Burglary of Vehicle, Theft of Firearm, Credit/Debit Card Abuse, and Theft.
As a result of the investigation, Rasco was later charged with other offenses including Credit Card Abuse, Burglary of Vehicles with Previous Conviction, and Enhanced Theft of Firearm.
Rasco has also been charged with offenses from Navarro County.
Rasco is currently jailed in Hays County for 24 charges and is being held on $100,000 bond. Additional felony charges for Burglary of Vehicles with Previous Conviction are also pending.
Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler is very proud of the men and women of the Hays County Sheriff’s Office for the tireless work they do every day.
Sheriff Cutler wants to remind residents to ensure their vehicles and homes are locked at all times.
Most vehicle burglaries occur when cars are left unlocked and valuables are left in plain view. If you have information regarding these events, contact Hays County Sheriff’s Office by calling 512-393-7896.
Residents can also contact Crime Stoppers anonymously by calling 1-800-324-8466 or submit information on-line to Tip Line P3tips.com as well as submit a tip on the new Hays County Sheriff’s Office App.