A 61-year-old Ingram ex-con accused of hitting a woman with a baseball bat and threatening another man was arrested this afternoon, making it the 22nd time he’s been jailed in Kerr County.

Julius Earl Hardee was arrested by a Kerrville police officer on suspicion of violating a protective order. The order was intended to protect a woman Hardee was accused of assaulting in November.

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Robert Mitchell

Please research the cost to the local taxpayers for this professional felon's court appointed .


I forgot to say, or in a mental health facility for violent offenders if that is the better choice for him. Mental Health reasons only go so far when someone is a danger to society and themselves.


Why isn't this person in prison for life without parole? He's obviously not fit to be anywhere but behind bars.

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