Son of Trump Train Founder Steve Ceh Arrested on Domestic Violence Charges
Twenty-five-year-old Cody Ceh, son of the charismatic New Braunfels Trump Train founder Steve Ceh, was arrested Tuesday by New Braunfels police and charged with assault by contact-family violence.
He was released on a $500 cash bond.
According to social-media reports, the father and son got into an argument in the Buccee’s parking lot on I-35. Cody Ceh “chest-bumped” his father and the police were called.
Living Blue in Comal County, a local progressive group that tracked the New Braunfels Trump Train on Facebook before moving to Twitter, shared a private Instagram account of this incident with MyCanyonLake.com.
It isn’t the first time the Cehs have quarreled.
On March 30, members of the Trump Train who wish to remain anonymous described to MyCanyonLake.com a huge fight in the Ceh family home. They said Steve Ceh was the aggressor.
The Trump Train disbanded in late 2020/early 2021 after Steve Ceh left to form Solomon’s Porch, a church. Members said they backed out after Ceh made it clear he preferred ministering to a congregation five days a week over driving around New Braunfels in large, flag-waving caravans of cars.
Ceh said he no longer wished to work and planned to finance his ministry through donations, anonymous sources — who include the Trump Train’s chief accountant — said.
Earlier this month, the Ceh’s New Braunfels home went on the market for $315,000.
Members of the Trump Train have since rebranded themselves as Hill Country Patriots. Although they still enjoy “flag runs” they no longer attract widespread attention for their convoys, which gained national prominence after attempting to run a Biden campaign bus off I-35 during the run-up to the 2020 presidential election.