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Fredericksburg Police searching for stolen 1947 Lincoln Convertable

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Fredericksburg Police Department

FREDERICKSBURG, Texas — Police are asking the public to keep an eye out for a 1947 Lincoln Convertable that was stolen on October 5, 2019.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a stolen vehicle in the 200 block of East Creek Street in Fredericksburg Saturday.







The owner of the vehicle reportedly told police that the vehicle had been parked in the parking lot at that location at around 2 pm.

When the owner returned to the vehicle, at approximately 4:30 pm, the vehicle was missing.

The vehicle is a blue 1947 Lincoln convertable with a cream-colored soft top.







Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sherry Locklear with the Fredericksburg Police Department at 830-997-7585.







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Gillespie County traffic stop turns into meth bust Sunday

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GILLESPIE COUNTY — A traffic stop led to the discovery of almost 20 grams of methamphetamine separated into ten bags Sunday afternoon in Gillespie County.

The traffic stop took place in the 500 block of East Main Street, according to the Gillespie County Sheriff’s Office.







Donovan Hawkins, 24, was stopped and arrested on an outstanding warrant, and when deputies conducted a search of the vehicle, they found a safe.

“The driver admitted to having illegal narcotics in the safe and voluntarily opened it,” said a press release from GCSO. “Inside the safe were 10 bags containing a white crystal substance which was identified as methamphetamine.”

The sheriff’s office said that a scale and several unused baggies were also inside of the safe.







The collective weight of the bags containing methamphetamine were approximately 19.62 grams, according to GCSO.

Hawkins was charged with Manufacture or Delivery of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, between 4 and 200 grams was booked into the Gillespie County Jail without incident.







As of this time, Hawkins remains in the Gillespie County Jail with a bond amount set at $75,000.

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