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+ Page 2A NEWS Hays Free Press • June 17, 2015 [rlt reSS The Hays Free Press .e woman (iSSN 1087-9323) published weekly by Barton Publications, STAFF REPORT service road of IN-35 fire. Inc., 122 N. Main south of Jarrell around The WCSO identified St., Buda, TX 78610. The body of a wom- 6:10 a.m. Tuesday. Cuellar through finger- Periodicals postage an found wrapped in a Re- prints that stemmed paid at Buda, TX 78610blanket and set on fire sponding from a previous criminal and additional mailingin Jarrell on June 9 was firefighters history. According to offices. POSTMASTER: identified Thursday asfound the Hays County Jail records, Send address changes to Crystal Ann Cuellar, 33, body and Cuellar had been arrest- Barton Publications, Inc., of Kyle. called the ed for robbery in October P.O. Box 339, Buda, TXWi]liamson County WCSO. 2012 and for theft of a 78610. Sheriff's Office (WCSO) Thomas firearm, a state jail felony, ISSN#1087-9323 Capt. Fred Thomas saidsaid the in 2013. the case is being inves- body was Thomas said Cue]Jar's NEWS TIPS tigated as a suspicious wrapped CUELLAR last known address was death, with the sheriff's in a in the 100 block of Green If you think it's news, we office currently awaiting blanket and placed 20 Hill Court in Kyle. probably do too! autopsy results, yards off the service road. Authorities ask anyone • Newsroom phone: The body was found The body was set on fire. who may have informa- 512-268-7862 after the Jarre]] Fire De- Thomas couldn't answertion to call the William- . E-mail: partment was dispatched if Cue]Jar had died prior son County Sheriff's news@haysfreepress, to a grass fire along a to her body being set on Office at (512) 943-1300. com • Mail: 113 W. Center • Street, Kyle, TX 78640 Dogs Attack: Pet dead, woman injured CORRECTIONS Continued from pg. 1A Any erroneous reflection upon;the character, arms, the attacking dogs rushed to a veterinary"Our Animal Control, standing or reputationpulled her dog flee. They clinic in Austin with its is continuing to in- of any person, firm orcontinued to attack the condition unknown. Thevestigate the matter," corporation which may dog, while she suffered dog later died during Barnett said. "Additional appear in the pages ofinjuries to her head surgery, charges for the owner the Hays Free Press will and neck, as well as her "This is obviously a of the four dogs are be corrected upon being arms. very tragic incident for possible, pending the brought to the attention A nearby resident our community," Kyle outcome of the investi- of the publisher, heard the woman call for Police Chief Jeff Barnett gation." help during the attacksaid in a statement. "We The owner of the four DEADLINES and called police, hope this serves as a dogs, who voluntarily • The deadline for display Before police officers, reminder for pet owners surrendered them to a advertising and any EMS and Animal Controlto be sure that your yard Kyle Animal Control of- contributed news copy arrived, the victim said is secure and proper ricer, was cited for four in the Hays Free Press is two, possibly three of the measures are in place to counts of not showing 5 p.m. Friday the weekdogs stopped attacking, be sure your pets cannot proof of rabies vacci- prior to publication. It was then, accordingget out on their own. It nation. The dogs were • The deadline for to the witness, that the is always a good idea transported to the San Letters to the Editor dogs' owner came out to have locks on gatesMarcos Animal Shelter and classified word and stopped the attackand to make sure your where they were eutha- advertising in the Hays of the fourth dog. pets have plenty of food, nized. Their bodies were Free Press is noon Kyle Police officers, water and shade if they taken to the Austin State Monday the week Of EMS and Animal Controlare kept outside." Rabies Lab for testing. publication, though wearrived on scene, withAuthorities believe "Our thoughts and encourage readers and EMS transporting the the four dogs forced aprayers go out to all the advertisers to observewoman to the hospital,gate open and escaped people adversely af- the Friday deadline. She was rushed to Uni-from the backyard of afected by this incident," versity Medical Centerhome in the 100 block Barnett said. "We rarely LETTERS Brackenridge in Austinof Cushman. Kyle Police see a dog attack of this GUIDELINES where she underwent Chief Jeff Barnett said nature in our communi- We welcome locally immediate surgery. SheKyle Animal Control has ty and that's a testament written letters to theis expected to be re- responded in the past to care and attention editor on timely topics leased Wednesday. to the home for dogs on our residents give to of community interest. The woman's dog was the loose ..... , their pets." We ask that you keep them to about 350 words in length and that you not indulge in personal Armed Robberies attacks on private individuals. Letters may Continued from pg. 1A be edited for brevity and clarity. All letters should try toward FM 150," thethe driver, who was be signed by the author statement said. considered the suspect and include a daytime The victim in the sec-in two armed robberies, phone number where theend armed robbery toldtried to drive his car author can be contacted for verification. Letter police the suspect wasacross an open field. writers are limited to one wearing a white shirt,"The vehicle be- letter per month. Letters dark pants and a blackcame damaged and the can be emailed to csb@mask. suspect was apprehend- haysfreepress.com. Barnett said his ed without incident," officers were en routeBarnett said. "A loaded when a possible suspect handgun used by the HISTORY vehicle description was suspect and personal Founded April 10, 1903, called in to the 911 dis- items belonging to the by Thomas Fletcher patch center, two robbery victims Harwell as The Kyle "It was described as awere located at the News, with offices on black Honda Velocitor," scene. Officers also the corner of Burlesonaccording to the state- located Xanax bars in the ~ and Miller streets in the ment. vehicle." town's oldest remainingThat's when Kyle Delgado was booked building. It merged police officers observed into the Hays County .... ~,,~~ ~ into The Hays County the vehicle attempting to Jail and charged with ,~:~,"~I~,: ~I~ ...... ~g~ "~ :~:': ''~:''~ ~ ~ ~*~'~':~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~i~":~:~li'~ ~,,.*;~ ..... :~::li:i::~: "::%i~ ..... Citizen in 1956. The leave the area at a high aggravated robbery, pos- paper consolidated i~'~ ~i~i~i with The Free Press inrate of speed, session of a controlled October, 1978. During "The officers attempt-substance and evading its more than 100-yeared to stop the vehicle, with a vehicle, according ~ ::lii~~ history the newspaper which disregarded the to Barnett. :~ has maintained officesemergency lights and According to jail at more than a dozen fled the scene," Barnett records, he remains in locations in Kyle and said. the Hays County Jail on Buda. At that point, he said$23,000 in bonds. lib Loonardoisa3 1/2 years old flat coated retdever Lovey is a 3 years old domestic shorthair blue Advertise in the Hays Free Press mix who is beyond fun. This sweet man loves tabby who isn't having a good time at PAWS. She attention and will happily take it from people or really misses having a family. She's being housed dogs. He loves to goof around but is respectful in ourofficesoshecangettheloveandattention and get the eyes of Buda and knows there's a time for peace and quiet, she wants and deserves. She is beyond sweet and loves to sit and have conversations with you. | PAWS Shelter and Humane Society Kyle and surrounding is a non-profit, no-kill shelter operated primarily on donations and adoptions. 500 FM 150 E, Kyle, TX. 512 268-1611. pawsshelter.org communities on your business. All animals are fully vaccinated, spay/neutered, microchipped and dewormed. Email tracy@haysfreepress.com to get your business noticed today. corn iiiiiiiiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiii~iiiiiiiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiili~iiiiiiiiiii~iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii¸¸ii~i~i!iiii~iiiiii~illiiiii~illii~i~i~!iiiiiii~i~iii~iiii~!i!ii~iiii~i~iiiiii~ii~iiii~i~ii!ii~i~!~!i!iiiiii~ii!i!~ii~illi~i!~i~!iii!~i~ii!i!i~ii~i~iii!ii~!~!i!ii~i~i~ii!i!ii~iiii!i!ii;iiii!iiii~i~iiii!i!~i~ii!iiii~iiiiii!ii~iiii!iiii~i~i + r ......... I' V