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July 17, 2013 3:12pm
 
I don't recall hearing any of you out there and TURBO if you do live out on 536, you would of seen the entire office out there looking to find him.

WILSON COUNTY DOES NOT HAVE THE RESOURCES FOR MANHUNTS OR MAJOR DRUG BUST. What do you all not understand about this! Yes there is a personal dog that belongs to one of the deputies (he is a narcotics dog)and the county DOESN'T own him. According to the Commissioner's court is it too costly to insure a dog and have it's upkeep. The thing is the office that would have this dog would be responsible for the upkeep. The dog would be a law enforcement officer of the county and if hurt or killed, whomever did it would face the same charges if the dog were a human. Turbo, if you did see this officer with a tactical weapon in a tree, apparently he knows how to use it or he would not of made it up the tree with the weapon!

They didn't get out run. Did you not read what it said, the crook went into the brush. How many times have you found something that you were looking for hiding in the brush? The area he was in was pretty wide and they were looking. But why keep looking when you know this crook and you know where to find him. Why put the deputies in danger or anyone else in the area? You all really need to stop watching the cop/criminal shows NEWS FLASH THEY ARE NOT REAL!! You can't solve a crime or look for a person, or recover a dead body in an hour with 30 mins of commercials!!!

They can only request help from DPS (helicopter's and dogs) if they are available they will be here in 2-3 hours (they are in Austin). AGAIN WE DO NOT HAVE THE RESOURCES FOR ALL OUT MANHUNTS OR DRUG BUST. Do you all understand that yet? NO RESOURCES (English), Brak zasobów (Polish), SIN recursos(Spanish), KEINE Ressourcen(German), ŽÁDNÉ zdroje (Czech)... did I cover all the languages??

No good, where did this article come from? There is one dog in Floresville that is owned by Officer Keen of the Floresville Police Department, the county can only use him if permission is granted by the FPD Chief. There is no other dog here. Not to mention, it isn't up to you... they deserve more than 5%!!

Again, quit your complaining of the officers. They do the best they can with what they have.
     
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