Stranger rips wallet from Good Samaritan, Seguin PD needs help identifying suspect
Posted on 1/31/2019 5:53:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Seguin Police Officers are looking to identify a man they say literally ripped a man's wallet from his hand, running off with the cash inside.
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Man attempts to pass on fake bills
Posted on 1/31/2019 5:47:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- The search is now on for a man who was caught on surveillance footage walking out of a Seguin Walmart store just seconds after trying to pass on counterfeit bills to the cashier. The image of this suspect, however, has gotten plenty of attention as he is also seen walking out of the store carrying a baby.
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Tips sought in criminal mischief reports at local subdivision
Posted on 1/15/2019 7:40:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Residents in the Meadows at Nolte Farms Subdivision didn't wake up to such a great Sunday morning. Seguin police officials say several homes and vehicles in that neighborhood were egged late Saturday and early morning Sunday. Video footage of the suspect vehicle has been released on social media in hopes that someone will recognize the white dually pickup or the subjects riding in the bed of the vehicle.
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Student arrested after reportedly bringing guns to MBLC in Seguin
Posted on 1/11/2019 12:01:00 PM.
 
 
Law enforcement officials from the Seguin PD and the Precinct 2 Constable's Office on the scene of the stop made near the intersection of King and College streets this morning.

(Seguin) - There may have been a time when you could bring your hunting rifle to school and leave in in the gun rack of your pickup. Those days, given the growing list of school shootings, are long gone. 

The Seguin Police Department this morning arrested a student after receiving a call of a student in a campus parking lot with a rifle inside the vehicle. The student left the campus before police could arrive, but he was stopped by the Guadalupe County Precinct 2 Constable's Office, not far from the Mercer-Blumberg Learning Center. Seguin police officers took over the seen and found a total of two guns, and the student was taken into custody. The student has been identified as 18-year old Douglas Cowey, and it's not clear that there was any intent to cause harm at the school, but officials say the times have changed and these weapons are no longer allowed on any campus.
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Sign-up now available for Seguin PD Civilian Response to Active Shooter Training Seminar
Posted on 1/10/2019 8:04:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- The Seguin Police Department is continuing to do its part to help you increase your chances of survival should you ever find yourself in the middle of an active shooter event. The Seguin PD is again hosting a series of Civilian Response to Active Shooter trainings. The department has been offering this service for some time now, but a recent potential threat here in Seguin has again driven home the need for these training classes.
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