Family in need after overnight structure fire injures infant

CENTER POINT, TX – A local family is in need of help today after a fire on River View Drive East overnight resulted in a complete loss of property and caused 2nd degree burns to a three month old child. Center Point Volunteer Fire Department (VFD), Turtle Creek VFD, and Comfort VFD all responded to the fire at 12:03 Thursday morning to extinguish the fire. …

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Center Point first grade teacher accused of Indecency w/ Child, now in Kerr County Jail, $50,000 bond

UPDATE 8:48AM: Berry has been transferred to the Kerr County Jail. His bond remains at $50,000 and his charge is listed as Indecency W/Child Sexual Contact. ORIGINAL ARTICLE: Russell Lynn Berry, the 36 year old Center Point ISD elementary school teacher accused of Indecency with a Child by Sexual Contact, sits in the Bexar County Jail with a bond of $50,000. Kerr County Sheriff Rusty …

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Center Point ISD elementary school teacher charged with inappropriately touching student

CENTER POINT, TX – A Center Point Independent School District elementary school teacher was arrested Wednesday, November 7th, and charged with Indecency with a Child by Sexual Contact. Kerr County Sheriff, Rusty Hierholzer, released a press release late this afternoon that stated, “On November 2, 2018, Center Point Independent School District (CPISD) Superintendent Cody Newcomb contacted the Kerr County Sheriffs Office and requested assistance with …

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No injuries reported from yesterday’s half acre fire in Center Point

It has been reported that yesterday, around 7:11 PM, the Center Point Volunteer Fire Department and the Elm Pass Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to an out of control burn in the 900 block of River Road. First responders quickly extinguished the .5 acre fire without incident. HCBN would like to thank all of our first responders for their hard work in keeping the community safe!

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