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Alleged robber, kidnapper among those to stand trial
A Floresville man who allegedly robbed and kidnapped another Floresville resident March 15 is set to stand trial starting Aug. 27, following his July 10 arraignment in Wilson County District Court.
According to court records, 29-year-old Bobby Schroeder’s next court date is a pretrial hearing Aug. 9, followed by an Aug. 15 docket call. He was reindicted July 2 on charges of aggravated robbery, aggravated kidnapping, and burglary of a habitation with intent to commit aggravated robbery. His charges have been enhanced to first-degree felonies because Schroeder was convicted in Wilson County in 2007 of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Also arraigned July 10 was 54-year-old Carlos Barrera-Alvarado, who is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Jury selection in his trial is set for Sept. 24. Barrera-Alvarado’s next court appearance is a pretrial hearing Aug. 9, followed by a docket call Sept. 5.
Police say Barrera-Alvarado allegedly hit a man with his car March 18 after a fight at Big Dan’s bar in Floresville.
Not present for their arraignment were two currently incarcerated federal prisoners accused of murdering a San Antonio man in 2008. Court records indicate that 31-year-old Agapito Rios and 44-year-old James Jimenez have been given a pretrial hearing date of Sept. 5. The two are charged with killing 35-year-old Ricardo Lopez de la Rosa Jr. on or about June 25, 2008. On that date, de la Rosa’s body was found in a bar ditch off C.R. 115 near the Atascosa County line, after he sustained a single gunshot wound to the head.
Rios and Jimenez are serving federal prison terms on unrelated charges.
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