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Page 2A + NBN$ Hays Free Press May 25, 2011 + The Hays Free Press (ISSN 1087-9323) published weekly by Barton Publications, Inc., 122 N. Main St., Buda, "IX 78610. Penodicals postage paid at Buda, TX 78610 and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Barton Publications, Inc., Re. Box 339, Buda, TX 78610. ISSN#1087-9323 NEWS TIPS if you think it's news, we prob- ably do too! Newsroom phone: 512-268-7862 E-mail: news@haysfreepress.com Mail: Re. Box 339 Buda, Texas 76810 CORRECTIONS Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the pages of the Hays Free Press will be corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. DEADUNES The deadline for display adver- tising and any contributed news copy in the Hays Free Press is 5 p.m. Fnday the week pnor to publication. The deadline for Letters to the Editor and classified word adver- tising in the Hays Free Press is noon Monday the week of publication, though we encour- age readers and advertisers to observe the Fnday deadline. LETTERS GUIDELINES We weioome locally wntten letters to the editor on timely topics of community interest. We ask that you keep them to about 350 words in length and that you not indulge in personal attacks on pnvate individuals. Letters may be edited for brevity and clarity. All letters should be signed by the author and include a daytime phone number where the author can be contacted for verification. Letter writers are limited to one letter per month. Letters can be emailed to csb@ "~aysfreepress.com HISTORY Founded ,e~odl 10, 1903 by Thom- as Retcher Harwall as The Ky/e News, with oftices on the corner of Burleson and Miller Streets in the town's oldest remaining building, it merged into The Hays County C#z~n in 1956. The paper consolidated with The Free Press in October, 1978. Dudng its more than 100-yesr history the newspaper has maintained officas at more than a dozan locations in Kyle and Buda. BRYANT PIN)TOS BY JIM CUUJEN Pct. 2 J.P. Beth Smith swears in incumbent school board member Willie Ten,do. Smith also swore in newcomers Sandra Bryant and Shaun Bosar BOSAR STAFF REPORT New trustees Sandra Kay Bryant (At-Large} and Shaun Curtiss Bosar (District 1) are both holding Two new Hays CISD school board members and ~elected office for the first time. They replace Me- one returning trustee took their formal oaths of of- IlissaV'lllarreal, who did not seek another term, and rice Thursday during a swearing-in ceremony at the IRalph Pfluger, who is retiring from the board. district's Wtlliam M. Johnson Administration Build- Hays County Pct. 2 Justice of the Peace Beth Smith rag. ,, ,swore in Ten,rio and Bryant. Hays County Pet. 5 Guillermo "Wdlie Ten.rio, Jr., is returning to the ~ustice of the Peace Scott Cary swore in Bosar. board to begin his first full term as the District 2 The school district canceled this year's school trustee. He was appointed to the board in Decem- board election because there were no contested ber 2009 and was unopposed in a subsequent spe- races. School board meetings are held the third cial election to fill the unexpired term. Monday of each month except July. STAFF REPORT A13-year-oldWinaber- Icy teenager was found Monday after being kid- napped by his mother's ex-boyfriend the day be- fore, authori- ties say. A region- wide Amber Alert was is- sued in hopes of locating Christopher Perry, 35, who was last seen with the teen at Brookshire Brothers gro- cery store in PERRY Wimberley on Sunday afternoon. The next day, a deputy spotted the suspect's red Ford Mustang along Interstate 45 near Madi- sonville, more than 170 miles to the northeast. After a high-speed chase, Perry drove to the ontlla boa Beau Ln. 10:31 am. May 16. /uumml ed vehicle tllmCc 3700 block of Dry Hole Drive. 2 p.m. May 16. Break g and enUw- kng. 100 bkx~k of God- dard. 8:30 p.m. May 16. Stolen ve- hicle. 400 block of Old San Antonio Road, Buda. 11 p.m. May 19. substance pouee- sion, underage DUI. 14500 block of Inter- state 35, Buda. 7 a.m. May 20. Assault causing inJut~ Hays High School. 9:15 ELm. May20. Controlled mdbstance pone.- sion. 22800 block of Inter- state 35. 7:17 a.m. May21. Controlled poeseeec n Zebra and Bunny Trail. 8 p.m. May 21. DWI. FM 967 at Ruby Ranch Road, Buck. 1:19 a.m. May 22. SemJal assault. 200 block of M~. 1:30 a.m. May 22. DWI. intemtate 35at mile marker 218, Buda. 3:56 a.m. May 22. Con- trolled =dmrce pos- ee=don. 16800 flnt - state 35. 9:33 am. May 22. Assault v~ha ~.~30 block of Foster Place. 8:23 p.m. May 23. KYLE FPOUCE DEPARTMENT, HAYS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE Kyie man rams vehicle in feud A Kyle man was arrested after he used his vehide to strike another vehicle during an altercation Monday night, authonties say. Jose Federico Martinez, 41, of Kyle, chased the other vehicle driven by a 31-year-old man and hit it twice following a verbal row between the men about 8 p.m. at a home in the 300 block of Foster Place, just east of Kyle, the Hays County Sheriff's Office reported. Authorities say that Martinez is currently in a relationship with the other man's ex-wife. Martinez has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-de- gree felony punishable by two to 20 years in prison. Marfinez has since been released from Hays County Jail on a $10,000 bond, court records show. Indiclment for Buda man who shot wife A 25-year-old Buda man who shot his wife in the hand dur- ing an argument in March that Madisonville Sheriff's Office and surrendered with the uninjured boy, Hays County Sheriff's Office deputy Brandy Reuter said. Perry, who was living with the boy and his moth- er, has been charged with kidnapping, a third-degree felony, and unauthorized use of a vehi- cle, a state jail felony. Authorities would not re- lease the too- five behind the kidnapping but said that there could be addi- tional criminal charges against Perry and the teen's mother. As ofTuesday, Perryre- mains in custody at Hays County Jail on bonds to- taling $90,000. led to a SWAT team surround- ing their home was indicted last week, court records show. Police originally thought An- thony Sauced, had barricaded himself in a Suffield Drive home with his two children but later arrested him in another location away from the home. An arrest affidavit says that his wife was leaving him because of his constant drug abuse, but when he got her alone in one of the bedrooms, he pulled out a shotgun and said that he would kill her. She grabbed the phone and called 911 when he slapped the phone out of her hand. A strug- gle took place with the gun still in Saucedo's hand, which went offhitting her in the hand. Sauced, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second- degree felony punishable by two to 20 years in prison. His rap sheet shows more than a dozen other offenses in Hays Count},, includin~ mariiuana possession, evading arrest and unlawfifl carrying of a weapon. The woman, who was trans- ported m Brackenridge Hos- pital in Austin, was expected to recover from her wounds, family members said. Saucedo remains in cus- tody at Hays County Jail on a $100,000 bond. + * Structural. ~rar~9 Hoofing & Cornice ~mdow/l)m/Siding . ConvenUonal F~g l~phcemeo * ICF Framing * Painting . 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He and his family enjoy ex- ploring all the = wonder Texas has to offer. i iiii!i!ii~i!iiiii: ~' 211 Elmhurst, Suite E in Goforth Square Kyle, Texas 78640 (512)