Three men are facing drug charges after police executed a search warrant at a home on Bandera Highway.

Adam Shackelford, 39, and Anthony Law, 35, were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, after their home in the 2700 block of Bandera Highway was searched, according to a release from the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office.

James Krischke, 48, also was arrested on outstanding warrants.

The men could face additional charges after results from a lab analysis on items seized at the scene come in, according to the sheriff’s office.

(3) comments

Conservative

Less than 1 gram? This certainly seems like just another petty drug arrest, the type that occurs every day in Kerrville. Usually, folks that have such small quantities are users / addicts, and not dealer / distributors. The featured mugshot shows a man who appears to have been severely beaten. What is the cause of the fresh lacerations on his head and face?

Conservative

This fellow's mugshot, prominently displayed on the website implies the police beat him, and beat him very hard. I would ask the KDT to report how this fellow received his facial lacerations and bruising. Thank you very much for the story and the pic, but if the police did not beat him, I think the KDT has a duty to report it in the interest of fairness and deference to the police.

Conservative

The fact that nobody is commenting on the photo of Krischke except me (imagine that) should give cause for the antennas to go up. The pic suggests somebody beat the tar out of this fellow. What is going on here? Did the police beat this guy this bad? What could possibly cause a beating like this?

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