A 32-year-old Beaumont man with a lengthy criminal history was sentenced to prison for felony theft on Wednesday after asking the court to continue him on probation.
A 74-year-old woman reported losing about $2,000 in a scam that also led to the diversion of her Social Security checks to an unknown party, according to the Kerrville Police Department.
Police jailed a 17-year-old Kerrville teen today on suspicion of committing a Wednesday home invasion on Florence Street, and they are seeking to identify an accomplice.
A 33-year-old Kerrville man put on felony probation last month was in the county jail this morning on suspicion of evading arrest and possessing cocaine and methamphetamine.
Prosecutors will consider whether to charge a mother with at least two felony counts of child endangerment following reports by police that she slept at home while her 3-year-old son and 3-year-old stepdaughter wandered outside near the highway.
Kerrville police are investigating reports of smashed windshields and other damage to vehicles at two businesses in the 1400 block of Junction Highway.
A 33-year-old San Antonio man was given a chance to avoid a felony conviction after he pleaded guilty to conspiring to forge more than $15,000 in checks last year.
A 20-year-old Ingram man accused of vandalizing and burglarizing a school and a church in Ingram went to state jail this month.
A grand jury has indicted a 27-year-old Kerrville ex-con on parole of nine felonies related to cocaine, methamphetamine and child endangerment.
A 17-year-old Tivy High School student was shot to death Sunday afternoon by a Kerrville Police Department officer after police said the student threatened an officer with a knife.
A 25-year-old Kerrville woman convicted of felony child neglect has been ordered to attend a lockdown drug-rehabilitation facility run by the state prison system — after she gives birth to more children.
The following are summaries of Kerrville Police Department reports from June 22-29, as provided by Chuck Bocock, training sergeant for the Kerrville Police Department.
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A 19-year-old man placed on probation less than two months ago for reportedly burglarizing Ingram Elementary School last year is in the county jail on suspicion of vandalizing and burglarizing the city’s middle and high schools, as well as a church, last week.