Pharmaceutical burglary leaves five people arrested

Anita Miller -  Managing Editor

San Marcos Police arrested five Houston residents for burglarizing a pharmacy on Medical Parkway early Friday.

Officers responded to a burglar alarm at 3:52 a.m. and found a car with its engine running and license plate covered.

The five suspects apparently fled in different directions. Over the course of “the next few hours,” the city says police looked for them, arresting one with the help of a K-9 officer in a field behind the Hays County Government Center. Other were located along Broadway Drive.

Officers provide cover as victims of a simulated active shooter are loaded into an ambulance. 

Police Officers practice securing a building during a training exercise at the ALERRT Center at Texas State University. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY RUSSELL WILDE 

EMS and police train together to learn how to respond to active shooter. 

ALERRT center recipient of award from U.S. Congress

Russell Wilde- Staff Reporter

 On the same day two police officers were gunned down in Iowa, U.S. Rep. John R. Carter, (R-Round Rock), led a tour of the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) Center at Texas State University. 

The ALERRT Center is a national leader in training first responders and others how to best react to situations involving active shooters. 

“The threat of active shooters is increasingly real as we have seen in Dallas, Orlando and San Bernardino,” Carter said. 

Detective Angelo Floiran speaks to neighbors in Quarry Springs about preventing crime. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DENISE CATHEY

Allison Gillentine, her husband Clay and their son Holton sit on the driveway with their snacks while listening to Hays County Detective Angelo Floiran’s presentation on crime prevention.

‘Night Out’ all about building bridges

Denise Cathey - Staff Reporter

It’s 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 4, and several residents of the Quarry Spring subdivision are visiting together in the driveway of subdivision board member Christi Wilson. Most residents have helped themselves to food from the long tables laid out in the garage and are snacking from paper plates in their seats, while in front of the open garage door visiting Hays County officers Detective Angelo Floiran and Captain Brad Robinson wait to start their presentation. 

Hays County District Attorney Wes Mau, backed by football players from the county’s high schools, addresses the issue of domestic violence. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY RACHEL WILLIS
Cardboard cutouts represented local women killed by their domestic abusers.
On hand for the press conference were football players (from left) Foster Reynolds, Dripping Springs; Addonis Raborn, Wimberley; Trea Anderson, San Marcos Academy and Tyler Henderson, Lehman. DAILY RECORD PHOTO BY RACHEL WILLIS

Officials call for attention to domestic violence issues

Rachel Willis - News Intern

The Hays County Sheriff’s Office and local police departments have partnered up with the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center and several community football teams to raise awareness for domestic violence during the month of October.  

District Attorney Wes Mau spoke during the  press conference for  Domestic Violence Awareness month on Tuesday and began by stating its prevalence in our community and comparing it to the proverbial iceberg.

From left to right are Precinct 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Precinct 1 Commissioner Debbie Gonzales Ingalsbe, Sheriff’s Office Captain Mike Davenport, Captain Mark Cumberland, Captain Brad Robinson, County Judge Bert Cobb, M.D., Sheriff Gary Cutler, Precinct 3 Commissioner Will Conley, Sheriff’s Office Lt. Dennis Gutierrez and Precinct 4 Commissioner Ray Whisenant. PHOTO COURTESY OF LAUREEN CHERNOW/HAYS COUNTY



County proclaims National Night Out Oct. 4

Anita Miller - Managing Editor

“Up close and personal” is how Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler describes the interaction that occurs between law enforcement and the residents they serve and protect during the annual observance of National Night Out.

On Tuesday, the Commissioners Court issued a proclamation about NNO, which will occur on Tuesday, Oct. 4.

“We can visit with our neighbors,” Cutler told the court, with law enforcement stopping by neighborhood parties across the county. 


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