Adrian Carrera of Omaha was scheduled for arraignment in Jefferson County Court on Wednesday, August 25, but failed to appear. Linda Bauer was the presiding judge.\nThe defendant is charged with possession of methamphetamine, a class 4 felony punishable by two years in prison, followed by nine to 12 months of post-release supervision and a $10,000 fine.\nOn August 6 of this year, at approximately 9:32 p.m., Jefferson County Deputies were dispatched to Highway 8 and railroad Street in Steele City to respond to a 911 report of a vehicle from Omaha that had run out of gas. Deputies made contact with the caller, Crystal Denise Urbano, 23, of Omaha, and a man, who identified himself as Adrian Carrera.\nAccording to the Warrantless Arrest Affidavit, Dispatch advised that Carrera did not have a driver's license. The Affidavit also said, \u201cDispatch also advised that Carrera's information came back to an 'Angel Carrera' with the same date of birth and that he had two arrest warrants, one out of Chicago, IL with no extradition, and one out of Papillion, NE with full extradition. The dispatcher contacted Pappillion and confirmed the warrant and that they were willing to extradite Carrera if we could confirm that it was the same person.\u201d\nIn addition to Angel Carrera, the court file also lists another alias of Adrian Lechuga Rivera.\nCarrera's identity was confirmed by a \u201ctattoo on his forearm and on his right shoulder.\u201d\nAccording to the Deputy who filled out the affidavit, the vehicle was searched and, \u201cIn one of the pockets of the inside of the driver's door, I found a black, tar-like substance wrapped in plastic that I believed to possibly be black tar heroin.\u201d\nHowever, the Affidavit also noted that the substance was field tested and did not test positive for heroin.\nBoth Carrera and Urbano were arrested. As of press time, there are no charges on file for Urbano. However, Urbano did appear in Jefferson County Court on Wednesday, August 11, via webcam from the Jefferson County Law enforcement center. Judge Bauer agreed to release Urbano on a PR (Personal Recognizance) bond with a condition that she not consume any alcohol or controlled substances. The judge warned the defendant that if she violates the conditions of her bond, she could be returned to jail.\nAfter his arrest, Carrera bonded out and signed a bond promising to appear in court. Judge Bauer revoked the bond and issued a bench warrant for Carrera's arrest. A new bond was set in the amount of $10,000 (10 percent).