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Louis Garcia was born and raised in Brazos County, Texas.

Judge Garcia and his wife Stella have been married for 47 years and have three children Gabriel, James (aka Chris) and Adrienne.
After finishing Stephen F. Austin High School in 1966 Judge Garcia enlisted in the National Guard. While in the National Guard he was first a combat engineer and then changed to airborne infantry. After being honorably discharged in 1975, Judge Garcia attended and obtained his associates degree from the Institute of Electronic Science, Texas A&M University. With his trade, Judge Garcia was able to obtain a position with GTE (Verizon) retiring in 2003 after 32 years of service.

In 1979, Judge Garcia also served as a reserve deputy for the late Richard Fonterhouse who at the time was the elected Precinct 4 constable. After Fonterhouse’s passing, Judge Garcia ran for the vacant seat and was elected constable and held the position until 1992.
While in office Judge Garcia was able to:

  • Be the first Hispanic elected to office in Brazos County
  • Transformed the constable position from part-time to full-time
  • Expanded staff to 2 clerks and 3 full-time deputies
  • The first constable department in Brazos County to make a drug bust and used the money obtained in the bust to purchase computers and equipment for the constables’ office
  • Specialized in serving civil process for:
    • Attorney General’s Office (child support)
    • Lawyers (across the county)
    • Judges, pl1 (Henserling), pl 2 (Dewey)
    • Served warrants for County Attorney’s Office and bail bondsmen
    • Animal Cruelty cases for the Brazos County Animal Shelter

Judge Louis Garcia Jr.

Precinct 4

Brazos County Courthouse
300 E 26th Street,
Suite 360
Bryan, TX 77803

Ph: (979) 361-4402
Fx: (979) 361-4502

Monday - Thursday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm


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