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WCSO: Deputy Tabytha Horseman

  • 8 February 2018
  • Author: bawassink
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On Wednesday, Feb. 7 at approximately 3 a.m. a WCSO deputy was dragged by a vehicle driven by Jonathan Nunnally after she conducted a traffic stop. Nunnally was arrested and charged with aggravated assault against a public servant with a deadly weapon.

The deputy involved in the incident is Deputy Tabytha Horseman. Deputy Horseman began working for WCSO in April 2013 as a corrections officer. In August 2017 she transferred to the law enforcement division as a patrol deputy.

Deputy Horseman was not injured during the incident.

Search Warrant leads Drug Bust

  • 29 January 2018
  • Author: bawassink
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On January 29 at approximately 7 a.m. the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Organized Crime Unit, Special Tactics and Response (STAR) Team, Patrol Division, Crime Scene Unit, and the Hutto Police Department Street Crimes Unit executed a search warrant at the 9200 block of Bladen Springs Cove in Austin.

The search warrant was issued following an investigation of narcotics being sold from the residence. During the search warrant the following items were located:

  1. - 3.2lbs of marijuana
  2. - 11.9 grams of THC "Wax"
  3. - 2.8 grams of Psilocybin Mushrooms
  4. - 22 vials of THC Oil (containing 21.83 grams of liquid THC Oil)
  5. - $71,562
  6. Jeffery Stahursky was arrest for Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance PG2 4G-400G, and Delivery of Marijuana 1/4oz-5lbs.

    Daniel Stahursky was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance PG2 less than 1G.

    “Let this serve as a reminder to all drug-related criminals that the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is committed to ridding drugs in our county,” said Sheriff Robert Chody.

Accepting Applications for the Williamson County Sheriff’s Academy

  • 24 January 2018
  • Author: bawassink
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The Williamson County Sheriff’s Academy is a 20-hour program designed to give the citizens of Williamson County a working knowledge of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office and the criminal justice system. The primary objective of the academy is to foster community relationships and to build a better understanding between citizens and the sheriff’s office through education. It is further hoped that the Academy will increase public awareness, dispel misconceptions, and increase rapport between the Sheriff's Office and community. The Sheriff's Office receives valuable feedback from Academy participants about our presence in the county.

The class will be held on Wednesday nights for ten weeks and will begin February 21 and end on April 25. Each class will meet at the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office located at 508 Rock St. in Georgetown from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. unless otherwise notified.

Applications must be received by February 12, 2018 and hand delivered or mailed to:

Williamson County Sheriff’s Office
Community Outreach Unit-Sheriff’s Citizen Academy
508 S. Rock Street
Georgetown, TX 78626

Find application here: http://www.wilco.org/Elected-Officials/Sheriffs-Office/Community-Outreach

Requirements:

  • -Must be 18 years of age or older
  • -Reside or work in Williamson County
  • -Fill out an application and consent to a background check

Those with questions can call Sgt. Deanna Lewis at 512-943-1361

Accepting Applications for the Williamson County Sheriff’s Academy

  • 24 January 2018
  • Author: bawassink
  • Number of views: 2320
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The Williamson County Sheriff’s Academy is a 20-hour program designed to give the citizens of Williamson County a working knowledge of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office and the criminal justice system. The primary objective of the academy is to foster community relationships and to build a better understanding between citizens and the sheriff’s office through education. It is further hoped that the Academy will increase public awareness, dispel misconceptions, and increase rapport between the Sheriff's Office and community. The Sheriff's Office receives valuable feedback from Academy participants about our presence in the county.

The class will be held on Wednesday nights for ten weeks and will begin February 21 and end on April 25. Each class will meet at the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office located at 508 Rock St. in Georgetown from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. unless otherwise notified.

Applications must be received by February 12, 2018 and hand delivered or mailed to:

Williamson County Sheriff’s Office
Community Outreach Unit-Sheriff’s Citizen Academy
508 S. Rock Street
Georgetown, TX 78626

Find application here: http://www.wilco.org/Elected-Officials/Sheriffs-Office/Community-Outreach

Requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Reside or work in Williamson County
  • Fill out an application and consent to a background check

Those with questions can call Sgt. Deanna Lewis at 512-943-1361

Remembering Rachel Cooke After 16 Year Of Her Disappearance

  • 8 January 2018
  • Author: bawassink
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The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office and Rachel Cooke’s family are holding a remembrance ceremony for her 16th anniversary of her disappearance on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at 5 p.m. at the Georgetown High School campus, 221 N. Austin Ave. at the tree planted in her memory.

Rachel Louise Cooke was visiting her parents’ home in Georgetown while on winter break from San Diego Mesa College in San Diego, California. Her family has not seen her since the early morning of January 10, 2002, when her mother left for work.

Authorities believe Rachel left her family’s residence at approximately 9:30 a.m. for her daily four-mile run. She was last seen walking towards her residence from approximately 200 yards away. She was wearing a gray running outfit, green sports bra, Asics running shoes and a yellow Walkman with sports-style headphones.

At the time of her disappearance, Rachel’s height was 5’3,” and she weighed 115 lbs. The Caucasian woman has blue/hazel eyes and blonde hair with high/low lights. She has two heart-shaped cherries tattooed on her left foot near her pinky toe, multiple ear piercing and a naval piercing.

“Another year that Rachel is away from home and another year that her family has to endure the pain of not knowing what happened to Rachel. We are committed to utilizing all the resources available to bring Rachel home,” stated Sheriff Chody.

FBI San Antonio, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Austin Resident Agency Office, John W. Scata and the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, are still offering a reward for information leading to the location of Rachel Louise Cooke. A reward of up to $50,000 is available for information leading to her location.

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