Ashley Auburg, 40, of Midland, has been charged with stalking and obstruction/retaliation. As reported by KXAN , on October 22, MPD officers responded to a Target store after another officer on the police force called to report that her family was being followed by Auburg, a woman she once arrested.
The victims said they also knew that Auburg had recently been arrested by their family member and stated that Auburg made statements such as, “give me your gun and your badge” as she continued to follow them through the store.
The family members said they were walking in the children’s department when Auburg, who they did not immediately recognize, approached and began asking questions about the family, specifically about their sister, an MPD officer. Arrest reports from the last two years show she has been arrested multiple times on charges such as public intoxication, burglary, criminal trespassing, resisting arrest, and terroristic threat against a family member. Watch out, there are crazy people in the world.
Following her arrest, Auburg was booked at the Midland County Detention Center. A judge set her bond at $25,000; $15,000 for the stalking charge and $10,000 for the obstruction or retaliation charge, jail records show. She remained in detention as of Monday afternoon.
Did you know it is against the law It is illegal to leave your vehicle unattended with the keys in the ignition? How about when you see someone trying to cut through the gas station parking lot to try to avoid a traffic light? Only to see oncoming traffic hold them up even longer had they waited at the light. If that person was to get caught doing that in Victoria, that would cost them a fine of $285.00. Let's take a look at some lesser-known traffic laws in Texas and also how much traffic fines cost you in Victoria.
LESSER KNOWN TEXAS TRAFFIC LAWS