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Law West and East of Privilege Creek


The Bandera County Sheriff's Office dispatch handled 248 calls for the week of June 8 through June 15.
• Leading the list of activities were 20 dog/cat calls for 911 misdials, and 16 requests for information.
• Deputy sheriffs responded to six accidents, three major and three minor.
• There were seven alarm calls, three residential, two business and two not identified.
• Dispatch received four disturbance calls and and responded to two domestic disputes.
• Two burglary calls were logged in, along with three theft calls.
• There were 10 loose livestock calls this week.
• Criminal mischief categorized three calls, as did shots fired.
• Deputies responded to seven welfare concerns across the county.
• There were eight suspicious person calls, nine suspicious vehicle calls, and six suspicious circumstance calls.
• Reckless driving generated 11 calls for the week.
• There were also six extra patrol requests.
• The average response time to Priority One calls was 7:31 minutes.
• Over at the jail, the total population on Monday, June 15 was 49, up six from the previous week. Thirteen of those were contract inmates, seven from Real County and five from Kendall County, and one from Edwards County. There were 39 male inmates and 10 females.
• The Courier has received calls from several readers reporting damage to rural mail boxes, including banks of cluster boxes. Pay attention to traffic in your neighborhoods and report suspicious activity to the BCSO.