Adriana Garcia is considered to have a violent history involving threats, assault and an attempted suicide.
Local bond agent Janie Montano says they are concerned over the mental state of a suspect accused of hitting an Amarillo police officer. That is why she says it's urgent to bring in this evening's bail jumper. Montano says time is ticking for 25-year old Adriana Garcia who could be jeopardizing her life and yours. "She is a danger to herself and to others that she might hurt somebody because she hasn't been taken her medicine form what the father has told us," Montano said.
Garcia is facing charges for evading police, when she assaulted an officer attempting to take her into custody back in October. "Now she is in more trouble they were. They were going to work with her since she is mentally sick. Now we don't know she'll be going to prison maybe," Montano said.
Another bail jumper possibly heading to prison is William Haskins wanted for two counts of burglary out of Potter County. Along with evading police in Randall county. Bond Agent Ken Carlile is concerned Haskins could be living on the south side of Amarillo. "We're concerned who they're harassing like this gentleman burglary of a habitat you don't know who's house who's business are they in .. What are they stealing I don't want that to happen to any other business," Carlile said.
In an effort to prevent any more incidents from occurring both bond agents are pushing anyone with information to help put these bail jumpers in jail and off the streets.
Adriana Garcia: is 5'2 145 pounds with brown and blond hair. You can call Central Bail Bonds at 372-1293.