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Law West and East of Privilege Creek


• The Bandera County Sheriff's Office dispatch handled 210 calls for the week of July 6 through July 13, up 42 call from the previous week.
• Leading the list of activities were 14 animal calls, and 53 911 misdials information.
• Deputy sheriffs responded six alarm calls, three at residences, two at businesses, and one unidentified.
• There were eight accidents, three major, two minor, one hit and run and two classified as "other."
• Dispatch received seven disturbance calls and responded to one domestic dispute.
• There were four theft calls.
• Deputies responded to two criminal trespass calls and four for criminal mischief.
• There were 14 animal calls, including two for loose livestock, one animal bite and eight dog/cat calls.
• Deputies dealt with one runaway case, three welfare concerns and one mental commitment.
• There were six suspicious person calls, five suspicious vehicle calls, and eight suspicious circumstance calls.
• Officers handled three river crossing patrols. Let's behave out there while enjoying the water!
• There were 15 reckless driving calls through dispatch.
• The average response time to Priority One calls was 9:36 minutes.
• Over at the jail, the total population on Monday, July 13 was 60, up four from the previous week. Twelve of those were contract inmates, five from Real County, six from Kendall County, and one from Edwards County.
• There were 48 male inmates and 12 females.
• Among those arrested on felony charges this week was a 33 year old San Antonio man on a court order; a 25-year-old San Antonio man charged with burglary of a habitation and a blue warrant; a 24-year-old Austin woman on a felony warrant; a 55-year-old man from Center Point on a warrant; a 19-year-old San Antonio man on two charges of forgery financial institution.