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Lost purse @ Maverick's Friday night June 24. Please return. No questions asked. Reward. 830-391-4013
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William J. Gibbs Jr.  
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December 10, 2013 12:28pm
 
Two updates on Officer Robert Deckard of the San Antonio Police Department, via the department's Facebook page:

Deckard family statement, 18 hours ago:

From the bottom of our hearts, we thank everyone of you for your interest in Bobby's condition. Bobby means the world to us and it warms our hearts to know that he has touched so many lives. The outpouring of support has been overwhelming. The S.A.P.D. has been by our side and we feel secure in knowing that Bobby is being given the best medical care he can get. We ask the media to please understand and respect our need for privacy at this time and to not attempt to contact us at our homes, places of employment, or schools. We will continue to allow the S.A.P.D. keep everyone apprised of Bobby's medical progress while we continue to be by his side.

As of 4 hours ago:

Although there has been little change, things are going as well as can be expected. Doctors succeeded in stabilizing Officer Deckard a bit further last night. They are waiting for some swelling to subside and are not expecting much of a change over the next few days. We will update ASAP in the event of any changes.
     
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