A joint cooperation effort between the Bandera County Sheriff’s Office, Kerrville Police Department and Kerr County Sheriff’s office resulted in the arrest of a suspect wanted in the shooting death of a 22-year-old Bandera man early Monday morning.
A Kerrville Police Department (KPD) officer was injured when his vehicle was involved in a head-on accident reportedly caused by an intoxicated driver Saturday evening at approximately 10:00 PM
The group’s self-proclaimed leader, Lolita Lebrón, was prepared to die for Puerto Rico’s independence. She survived, and was sentenced to 50 years in prison.
An unnamed citizen is being heralded for efforts in assisting a stabbing victim and holding a suspect at bay until police arrived.
By Julye Keeble at the Uvalde Leader-News, Jan. 10, 2021 Uvalde County Sheriff Ruben Nolasco, who took office Jan. 1, is restructuring the sheriff’s office in hopes of providing more coverage as the county deals with a rash of car chases related to human smuggling in addition to all law enforcement duties. “I had to […]
Bandera City Council voted 3-2 Monday night to rescind Ordinance No. 377, which was enacted last July. The vote was held during a special meeting following state-mandated closures of bars throughout the county on Dec. 29.
By Hill Country Community Journal News Staff, Jan. 1, 2021 Larry Leitha officially became the new Kerr County Sheriff after being sworn in by Judge Rex Emerson earlier this morning as part of the annual ceremony held at the Hill Country Youth Event Center. After taking his oath of office, with his children Larry, Jr. […]
Uvalde County Sheriff’s Deputy Eric Gonzales on Tuesday was awarded a Bronze Star for valor and bravery in the line of duty, as well as a commemorative plaque, at an awards ceremony hosted by Sheriff Charles Mendeke.
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