Animal carcasses hung from bridge at Uvalde County swimming hole under investigation
UVALDE, Texas – Animal carcasses were tied down in the Nueces River and then hung from a bridge in separate instances earlier this week in a swimming area off County Road 414 in Uvalde County. Authorities are investigating the case as illegal dumping. “He said I could contact the county commissioner.”KSAT reached out Henry Lutz, a Texas Game Warden in Uvalde County who took the woman’s report. “I understand it’s an unusual situation but all it is, is an illegal dumping of a carcass,” Lutz said. Illegal dumping of animals in Uvalde County (KSAT)Wilson County trio released on bond following arrest in connection to donkey theftArrest warrants issued for Floresville ISD board member accused of donkey theft
Man claiming to have coronavirus ‘aggressively coughed’ on officers after he was caught at Native American burial site, TPWD says
HAYS COUNTY, Texas – A man who was detained with his wife for allegedly digging at a Native American burial site in Hays County “aggressively coughed” on deputies and claimed to have coronavirus, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. A couple trespassing on a Native American burial site had several artifacts in their possession, along with a #BabyYoda glass pipe. When the warden returned to the front of the vehicle, the pipe was no longer on the hood. Officers with the San Marcos Police Department showed up to the scene and took the couple to Hays County Jail. En route to the jail, the man said he had the coronavirus and “aggressively coughed” on the SMPD officers.