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BOLO for fugitive

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Bandera County residents - especially those living in Medina - are urged to be on the lookout for Edward Levi Adamson, 47, who has been rumored to be in the area, according to Bandera County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Matt King.
"However," King added, "he could also be anywhere from Junction to Burnet."
For the last week, Adamson has been the subject of a statewide manhunt after he allegedly committed a violent home invasion in Llano that resulted in the hospitalization of an 84-year-old woman.
Additionally, Adamson reportedly stole the elderly Llano couple's vehicle, a 2014 Jeep Compass with a Texas license plate CCZ-2353. He is still believed to be driving the Jeep.
The public is urged not to approach Adamson as he is a violent felon. Not only is he wanted for a parole violation, but he also remains a suspect in several burglaries in Burnet, Gillespie, Kerr and Kimble counties.
King said that BCSO deputies have had no positive sightings of Adamson as yet. "We're asking everyone to remain vigilant," King said. "And to call 9-1-1 immediately if they see anything or anyone suspicious."