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Human smuggling continues

At approximately 10:28 p.m. on 6-5-2022, just about all area and local law enforcement and responders were called out to a vehicle with Florida license plates on fire that started as a pursuit that went up to a 100 mph speeds on 377 S near Carta Valley that continued into Rocksprings and ended colliding into a local’s brick home in the middle of town. Luckily no one was at home at this hour since the Jeep ran into a bedroom wall that it tore through. It is believed that this Jeep was a possible scout or diversion for another vehicle that was also later stopped. The 25 yr old female who was the sole occupant of the white Jeep was taken by EMS to a nearby hospital. The house belongs to Roy and Tara Perez of Del Rio and Rocksprings and is just 1/2 a block from our elementary school. Perez said, “ My wife had planned to come to Rocksprings with their children, but thank God our plans changed as the room hit was where our son would have been sleeping.”

Snake bite advice

A recent report shared someone’s experience with a copperhead bite to one of their family. Fortunately, whereever they were, they were able to get to an Emergency Care facitlity quickly. I think it’s prudent for us that live in a remote part of Texas to know the things they learned from this incident. It shows even more the importance of landowners, etc. of getting their 911 addresses current and procurement of airflight insurance. Since rattlesnakes, cop


Texas Mohair Weekly Rocksprings Record

P.O. Box 287
Rocksprings, TX 78880
PH: (830) 683-3130