Drug bust lands local couple behind bars
Posted on 12/10/2018 6:01:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- A local couple is behind bars following a month long drug investigation. Guadalupe County Sheriff's Investigators say the couple identified as Miranda Lopez and Billy Rivera were arrested Tuesday at the home following a search of the residence. They say that search uncovered several pieces of evidence linking the couple to the illegal drug operation.
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Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office names winners of annual ''No Shave November'' contest
Posted on 12/3/2018 8:51:00 AM.
The line-up over at the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office recently consisted of its own deputies and employees. The line stood patient as Texas Supreme Court Judge Paul Green, Angela Billings, of Professional Hair Salon and Lois Elley, of Guadalupe County's human resources department, paid close attention to each strand of facial hair as they judged this year's participates in the No Shave November contest.

(Seguin) -- The competition is “growing” fierce among those embracing a new look at the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office. Sheriff's office employees again put down the razors in preparation for the annual "No Shave November" contest.
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Guadalupe County Sheriff's Cold Case Unit works to bring forth evidence in 2002 murder case
Posted on 10/16/2018 7:37:00 AM.
(Guadalupe County) -- A Guadalupe County man already behind bars for murder has been indicted for another murder -- a murder that reportedly also took place during the same year -- several years ago. A Guadalupe County Grand Jury handed down the indictment against Matthew Engelbrecht, 38.
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Boyfriend faces charges of tampering with evidence in suspected murder case
Posted on 10/15/2018 8:44:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The boyfriend of a woman whose body was dumped in a hayfield in rural Guadalupe County has been indicted on two counts related to her death by a Guadalupe County Grand Jury. Willie Ray Wanzo, of Schertz, was charged with Tampering/Fabricating physical evidence with intent to impair human corpse, and Tamper/Fabricate physical evidence with intent to impair.
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Sheriff's Association honors Guadalupe County law officer with prestigious award
Posted on 9/25/2018 12:39:00 PM.
(Seguin) -- A longtime lawman is being recognized for his years of serving and protecting in the state of Texas. Lt. John "Eddie" Flores of the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office was recently presented with this year's Texas Peacemaker Award during The Sheriff's Association of Texas Conference.
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