When you look up the word, “Hero”, in Wacopedia, or anywhere else what should pop up and certainly does here is one face. Jeremy Bost. Take a look at this guy, humble, young, full of valor, and that connection, between him and his pretty wife Ermelina. You can tell he was always her hero, she knows what she’s got. Now we see what we’ve got. Jeremy is a pretty humble fellow too, he calls the traffic stop he made that ended in the apprehension of TWO murderers, “luck”, we call it instinct and a man meant to lead.
This photo speaks volumes. Hats off to you Jeremy Bost and Sheriff McNamara who hired the right guy.
Call it luck or police intuition, but McLennan County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Jeremy Bost said he is thankful the biggest traffic stop of his tenure thus far led to the arrest of two Plano murder suspects in November.
“It was all luck,” Bost said. “I was in the right place at the right time and I saw some things that stood out to me.”
McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara and the Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Association of McLennan County gathered Friday and honored Bost for his police work in the Nov. 17 apprehension of Cynthia Alixandra Wingate, then 29, of Mission, and Carmen Abigail Moreno, then 23, of Rio Grande City. Both women have been charged with capital murder in the deaths of Theresa Ann Coomes, 71, and Jimmy Michael Farris, 72, who were found dead in their Plano apartment.