Tag: Bexar County

Abuse of Power in the City of Kyle?

A Police Chief with the City of Kyle has misused his authority to have his officers conduct an investigation to a matter, he claims to be the victim. There is a lot to be said by both parties, but one thing is for sure, Abuse of Official Capacity […]

A Bexar County Justice of the Peace Agreed to a Peace Officer Licensure Surrender to Dismiss a Case?

In review of the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) license surrender report, it appears a “plea bargain,” was made to surrender a peace officer license for a case within the Bexar County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 Office. We requested the judicial records from the court; […]

Request for Legal Opinion on Justice of Peace Authority, Submitted to Hays County District Attorney

We have drafted a request for legal opinion to address the scope of Justice of the Peace magistrate matters. We are unable to request an opinion of the Attorney General, directly; and must request an “authorized requester,” to consider submission. The District Attorney of Hays County is classified […]

Did a Bexar County Justice of the Peace Dismiss a Charge Greater than Fine Only?

In review of records received by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE), through the Texas Public Information Act (TPIA), it appears a Justice of the Peace accepted a plea agreement for a case higher than a fine only. Such item has a cause number listed for a […]

Update: Hays County DA to Review Full File

Per response from Hays County DA Wes Mau there will be a review of all information submitted to their office. Once a determination is made, those needing to be notified will be notified. We submitting our complaints and evidence to support them; which will be included in the […]

Kyle Police Chief Files Stalking Charge for Journalism/Blogging

Jeffrey B Barnett filed a third degree felony, stalking charge with the Hays County Justice of the Peace for Precinct 2. Bond was set at $20,000 and the defendant bonded out on Saturday. Barnett claims some element of the stalking law, which consist of the following: We are […]

How Can A Justice of the Peace Try a Case Above a Class C Misdemeanor? They Cannot

There have been a few news articles circulating around the Rio Grande Valley (RGV). They all have one thing in common. Elected Justice of the Peace’s (JP) performing duties outside of their scope, but that is not the topic of discussion. Why not? Does the RGV not realize […]

What is TCOLE really tracking?

What a question to have. The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) uses a system called TCLEDDS. This is a program an agency may choose to use to track law enforcement credentialing information mandated by State Legislation. The program is contracted through a company called Productivity Center, Inc. […]

Who is this man? Harlingen Police won’t disclose his real name.

A man claiming to work a case for years has failed to interview the subject of his focus. He continues to claim an identity that seems to be of a Deputy Chief of the Harlingen Police Department:

Kyle Police Chief is Trying to Keep His Certified Court History Sealed

Jeffrey B Barnett, the Police Chief of Kyle, Texas and previously of Princeton, Texas; who made national attention for his Federal Lawsuit, is attempting to keep his “certified court history,” sealed from the public. Barnett is the top level of his Police organization and we feel the level […]

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