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Two arrested for meth warrants, more meth found during arrest

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KERR COUNTY, Texas — Two arrest warrants were executed on October 3, 2019 in Kerr County, and more methamphetamine was found during the arrest according to the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office.

Natalie Gonzales, 38, and Jorge Ramos Espinoza Jr., 37, were both apprehended on felony warrants issued by Justice of the Peace 2 court in the 100 block of Crestwood Drive in Kerrville for Delivery of a Controlled Substance, Methamphetamine, between 1 to 4 grams with an offense date listed as September 24, 2019.







Sheriff Rusty Hierholzer stated in a press release that Espinoza was also found to be in possession of over 7 grams of Methamphetamine at the time of his arrest.

Espinoza now faces an additional charge of Possession with Intent to Deliver, Methamphetamine, between 4 and 200 grams.

A parole warrant was issued for Espinoza and both suspects remain in the Kerr County Jail.







 







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County wide burn ban still in effect

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County Commissioners set the burn ban, not the fire departments.

We would like the residents to Kerr County to know that the burn ban is still in effect for all precincts.

Even with the little bit of rain we have gotten it is still not enough to lift it.







First offense for violating the burn ban is a $500 fine.

Also if you leave your fire unattended and it goes to the neighboring property and burns land or dwelling then you can be held responsible for any and all damages.

You can check the burn ban status by calling 830-792-4328. Below is the burn ban guideline book and a Kerr County Precinct map.







The guideline book is available for a PDF download here.

 







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Man arrested after using stolen credit card from Junction church at Kerrville Wal-Mart

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KERR COUNTY — A man is facing a charge of Credit Card Abuse after the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office says he used a stolen credit card from a Junction church at the Wal-Mart in Kerrville.

Richard Koerth, 53, of Junction, was arrested after Kerr County Sheriff’s Office Investigators were alerted by the Kimble County Sheriff’s Office regarding purchases at the Kerrville Wal-Mart.







The credit card was said to have been stolen from the First Presbyterian Church in Junction, Texas.

Koerth was arrested in Kimble County and transferred to the Kerr County Jail where he remains on a bond amount of $10,000.

 







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Woman charged with DWI, Evading Arrest, after leading Kerrville Officers on slow speed pursuit

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KERR COUNTY JAIL RECORDS

KERRVILLE, Texas — A woman has been charged with two crimes after allegedly leading Kerrville Police Officers on a slow speed pursuit while intoxicated Thursday afternoon, according to Public Information Officer Jonathan Lamb from the Kerrville Police Department.

Vilia Pember, 63, was said to be at a business at the 1300 block of Junction Highway at around 3pm cursing and shouting at employees, and appeared to be intoxicated.







Police said she drove off in a 2002 Chevrolet pickup as officers arrived, and police attempted to stop her to investigate the nature of the disturbance and make sure that she was not intoxicated.

Pember allegedly refused to stop, leading police on a slow speed pursuit through Kerrville before finally pulling over in the 300 block of Thompson Drive.

She allegedly displayed signs of intoxication, and was arrested following a Field Sobriety test.







Police said there was an open beer can in the vehicle as well.

Pember was charged with Driving While Intoxicated with Open Container and Evading/Detention with Vehicle and booked into the Kerr County Jail pending bond.







 

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