Matt Ocker - 911 Call
Jan. 23, 1999, arrest on suspicion of assault
Summary: Arrested on suspicion of assault causing bodily injury after beating up an ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend.
Outcome: He pleaded no contest and was sentenced to one year of probation.
Jan. 24, 2000, arrest on suspicion of disorderly conduct
Outcome: Arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct after getting into an argument outside of Cactus Canyon with one man. He proceeded to yell, curse and make racial comments toward a police officer.
Outcome: He pleaded no contest and was fined $111.25 and spent one day in jail.
June 2, 2009, criminal trespass warning
Summary: Ocker was issued a criminal trespass warning for being on his ex-wife's new boyfriend's property.
Outcome: No punishment
June 22, 2009, criminal trespass warning
Summary: Ocker was issued two criminal trespass warnings in the same day. He was on the properties of both his ex-wife and an ex-business partner. He refused to sign both warnings.
Outcome: No punishment
Aug. 18, 2009, harassment
Summary: Police investigated a harassment complaint made against Ocker. The male complainant said Ocker harassed him via text message because Ocker thought the complainant was trying to get with his new girlfriend. The complainant said, in reality, Ocker's girlfriend was infatuated with him and Ocker was jealous about the situation.
Outcome: No punishment. The complainant said he called only to document the incident.
Dec. 6, 2009, abusive 911 call
Summary: Ocker was investigated for making an abusive 911 call after he held up a 911 operator for almost two minutes calling law enforcement officers to remove sheriff officers who were already at his home.
Outcome: No punishment. The case was dismissed July 15 because of insufficient evidence.
Feb. 9, 2010, protective order issued
Summary: Ocker's ex-wife was granted a final protective order against him. She cited incidents of physical and mental abuse against her and his stepdaughter in her application for the order.
March 23, 2010, violation of protective order
Summary: Ocker was accused of violating the protective order made against him when he allegedly came to his daughters' school on a day he was not supposed to have the children, as outlined in the protective order. When his wife refused to give up one of the daughters, witnesses said he tried to pull her away from her mother, according to a Victoria police offense report.
Outcome: The Victoria district attorney's office closed the case because of the lack of video footage to support the physical attack allegations.
May 3, 2010, civil lawsuit
Summary: Former Boss Oil Field Service business partner Jason Brannan filed a civil lawsuit against Ocker. The lawsuit alleged that in addition to owning a competitor company, Ocker Oilfield Services, Ocker began a "pattern of financial mismanagement" with the company he co-owned with Brannan, ultimately, leading to the "gross mismanagement of the corporation."
Outcome: The judge ruled in Brannan's favor. He was granted a default judgment.