This week, Bexar County Grand Juries handed down 250 felony indictments.
Paul Kinsey and Danielle Kinsey are charged in separate indictments with endangering a child. The four-count indictments allege that on May 23, 2022, Paul and Danielle Kinsey recklessly and with criminal negligence engaged in conducted that placed four children who were younger than 15 years of age in imminent danger of physical and mental impairment by failing to provide adequate care and shelter; and that Paul and Danielle Kinsey did not voluntarily deliver the child to a designated emergency infant care provider. The Family Violence Division is prosecuting these cases in the 379th District Court. Endangering a child is a state jail felony punishable by 180 days to two years in jail and a possible fine of up to $10,000.
Rogelio Solis is charged in two separate indictments:
- Theft $2,500 to < $30,000: This indictment alleges that on April 16, 2022, Solis, with intent to deprive the owner, Jen Lee, of property, namely: three gold medals, did unlawfully, without effective consent of the owner, appropriate said property by acquiring and otherwise exercising control over said property, said property being other than real property which had a value of $2,500 or more but less than $30,000;
- Burglary of a vehicle-3rd or more: This indictment alleges that on April 16, 2022, Solis did, with intent to commit theft, break into and enter a vehicle, namely: an automobile, or a part thereof, without the effective consent of Jen Lee, the owner of said vehicle; and it is further presented in and to said Court that, prior to the commission of the aforesaid offense, on Nov. 4, 2010, the defendant was convicted of the offense of burglary of a vehicle; and it is further presented in and to said Court that, prior to the commission of the aforesaid offense, on Aug. 12, 2014, the defendant was convicted of the offense of burglary of a vehicle.
The Criminal Trial Division is prosecuting these cases in the 437th District Court. Both offenses are state jail felonies punishable by 180 days to two years in jail 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.