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Published on February 24, 2024
Man Wanted for Protective Order Violation Arrested in Spring, Texas by Harris County DeputiesSource: Facebook/Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4

Responding to a disturbance call in Spring, Texas, Harris County deputies nabbed Ricardo Barcenas, a man wanted for violating a protective order. The incident, which occurred on February 20th, began when police arrived at an address on FM 2920 Road to address the complaint.

Upon their arrival, law enforcement quickly identified Barcenas who already had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. According to a Facebook post by Constable Mark Herman, the suspect's legal troubles were well-known to the responding officers. "Ricardo Barcenas was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail for the open warrant. His bond was set at $5,000.00 out of County Court 15," stated Herman on the social media platform.

The arrest serves as a reminder, that even amidst the day-to-day disturbances that occupy the time of law enforcement, deeper narratives play out. Narratives of individuals with histories interacting with a system set to track, and if necessary, apprehend them. Barcenas's bond, as per official records, awaits payment as legal proceedings continue.