HAYS COUNTY — In a joint investigation with the Hays County Sheriff’s Office and the
Kyle Police Department, four suspects have been arrested for multiple vehicle burglaries,
vehicle thefts, thefts of firearms and credit/debit card abuse, according to a press release
issued on Monday, March 13.
On Dec. 26, 2022, Eduardo Steven Telule-Oviedo, 17, and Naomi Davis, 18, as well as two
juvenile offenders, from Austin traveled to the Kyle/Buda area and committed multiple
burglaries and thefts, including vehicles, firearms and credit/debit cards, according to the
press release. Approximately 21 unlocked vehicles were burglarized, some of which were
stolen due to the keys being left inside and were later recovered in Austin.
On Jan. 4, Hays County deputies attempted to initiate a traffic stop on a silver SUV for speeding in the Dripping Springs area; however, the driver evaded HCSO and was not located. The vehicle, which was deemed stolen out of Austin, was later determined to be used in another burglary spree involving Telule-Oviedo and a juvenile female in Hays County, the press release stated.
Telule-Oviedo was arrested for a total of 14 charges, including the following: burglary of a vehicle, class A misdemeanor; evading with a motor vehicle, third degree felony; theft, state jail felony; and engaging in organized criminal activity, third degree felony. His bond was set
at $750 per charge, totaling $10,500.
Davis was arrested for a total of 10 charges, including the following: burglary of a vehicle, class A misdemeanor; credit card/debit card abuse, state jail felony; theft of a firearm, state jail felony; and engaging in organized criminal activity, third degree felony. Her bond was set at $500 a charge, totaling $5,000.
“The Hays County Sheriff’s Office asks the community to please be aware, lock your vehicles and don’t leave firearms or keys inside,” the press release stated. “If your vehicle is burglarized or stolen, please report it to your law enforcement agency as soon as possible.”
Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler credited these arrests to the tireless work of deputies and detectives, along with the community, “specifically those that provided video evidence as
your assisted helped clear [more than] 20 active criminal cases,” said the release.
Individuals with information regarding this investigation can contact detective Brian Wahlert
at the Hays County Sheriff’s Office at 512-393-7896. Tips can also be submitted
anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-324-TIPS or online at P3tips.com, as
well as the Hays County Sheriff’s Office app.