BOERNE, TX – The Road Warrior Foundation, an adventure ride for our cherished veterans, accompanied by hundreds of Spyder motorcycles, will be riding through the Texas Hill Country today and arriving in Boerne, TX at 4:30PM. They departed San Jose, California on Saturday, October 13th, and have been riding towards Texas every day since, covering 2155 miles in 8 days time! Today’s ride starts in … Continue reading The Road Warrior Foundation rides through the Hill Country into Boerne today!
HILL COUNTRY, TX – The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch through Friday evening, as more rain is moving into the Texas Hill Country. A statement from the National Weather Service from Thursday at 3:01 PM, states that, “Plenty of moisture along with a series of upper level disturbances moving across the region will result in continued moderate to heavy rainfall across … Continue reading NWS issues Flash Flood Watch for Texas Hill Country through Friday evening
FREDERICKSBURG, TX – On Monday morning, October 15, 2018, Paola Lizzethe Guzman Aguilar, age 22, was found unresponsive by her family members at her apartment located in the 400 block of East Walnut Street. After Aguilar was transported by EMS to Hill Country Memorial Hospital, she was pronounced dead, according to the Fredericksburg Police Department. Along with Aguilar, her three-year-old child was found at the scene … Continue reading Murder in Fredericksburg, Suspected Illegal Immigrant Charged with Crime
BANDERA, TX – A male subject was arrested this morning in Bandera County, and was caught with methamphetamine, ecstasy, a pistol and cash. Deputy Allen responded to a call from an alert citizen, and seized 160 grams of Methamphetamine, 2.6 grams of Ecstasy, a loaded .357 magnum pistol, over $1600 in cash, and a small amount of marijuana according to a press release from the … Continue reading Phone tip leads to major drug bust in Bandera
BOERNE, TX – A man accused of stealing a cash register from Chili’s Restaurant in Boerne, then leading police in a pursuit that ended in San Antonio, has been apprehended by police in Comal County. Police say that Samual Jay McDonald, 39, of Bulverde TX, entered the To-Go door of Chili’s Restaurant on Wednesday, October 3rd and stole their cash register box from the countertop. … Continue reading Man accused of stealing cash register from Chili’s in Boerne, running from police, apprehended
INGRAM, TX – Two teens have been arrested after allegedly breaking into Ingram Elementary School and stealing several items over the weekend. According to a press release from Police Chief, Byron Griffin, of the Ingram Police Department this morning, “On September 24, 2018 the Ingram Police Department was notified that the Ingram Elementary School had been entered into without the consent of a staff member.” … Continue reading Two teens arrested for alleged burglary of Ingram Elementary School
Uvalde, TX – A swarm of angry bees terrorized a neighborhood in Uvalde, TX yesterday, sending three residents to Uvalde Memorial Hospital. The Uvalde Police Department reports that, “Residents were attacked by a swarm of bees, causing the bees to fly around the neighborhood causing immediate concerns.” Uvalde Volunteer Fire Department and Uvalde EMS responded to assist. They also encouraged all residents to avoid the … Continue reading Swarm of bees terrorize neighborhood, send three people to the hospital.
Below is the crime report from 9/17/18 through 9/23/18. Continue reading Ingram Crime Report – 9/18-9/23
Kerrville, TX – Amanda Kristene Hawkins, who was accused with leaving her 1 and 2 year old daughters in a car overnight and halfway into the next day back in June of 2017, ultimately leading to their deaths, has plead guilty on all of her charges. Hawkins was charged with two counts of ABANDON ENDANGER CHILD IMMINENT DANGER BODILY INJURY and two counts of INJURY CHILD/ELDERLY/DISABLE RECKLESS … Continue reading Amanda Hawkins Pleads Guilty on All Counts
Saturday morning, two occupants in a car were trying to cross the Medina River at English Crossing when their car was washed off the road. Two young adults were rescued from the vehicle that washed away. Two Pipe Creek firefighters, George Hohon and Chief Brandon Lee cleared the scene and made sure all occupants were out of the vehicle, according to the Pipe Creek Volunteer Fire … Continue reading Car washed off road at Medina River’s English Crossing – Two rescued