Tag: Hays County

14 Months Later and No Charges on a Hays County Police Chief’s False Claims

Hays County Court at Law 3 held a Habeas Corpus Hearing today for an individual arrested by a Justice of the Peace warrant. The Hays County Justice of Peace, Beth Smith, from Precinct 2 issued an arrest warrant on behalf of pseudonym John Smith (a.k.a. Jeffrey Blake Barnett, […]

Hays County Court Administrator Made an Improper Judicial Decision

Near the end of May 2020, an arrest warrant was executed for “stalking,” Jeffrey Blake Barnett, or Jeff Barnett, the Police Chief of the Kyle Police Department. The arrest warrant was issued by Justice of the Peace Beth Smith. The initial police report was made on or about […]

Hays County Judge Ruben Beccera Bond May Not Be Properly Posted

On January 8, 2019, Judge Becerra was present in a Hays County Commissioners Court Session. During the session there was no motion made to approve the bond for Beccera. There was no second or vote to approve the motion to accept his bond for office of County Judge: […]

Kyle Police Department Attempts to Make Decisions on Behalf of the Attorney General’s Office

On April 7, 2021, a Public Information Act (PIA) request was made to the City of Kyle on a pervious City of Kyle Police Officer. The request was for information the City of Kyle would still have on file, per the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Records […]

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