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Kerr County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 159
Inmate Capacity: 192
Year Constructed: 1995
Full-Time Staff: 35
Total Staff Salaries: $1,222,124

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Kerr County Sheriff's Office

400 Clearwater Paseo Kerrville, Tx 78028 830-896-1216 Always Open
Kerr County Sheriff's Office
Kerr County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, January 10th, 2017 at 8:45pm
A little after 4:00pm this afternoon while a contractor was replacing the roof at the Sheriff's Office and Jail the roof caught fire. Thanks to the quick response of the Kerrville Fire Department the fire was quickly put out with minor damage. Our administrative area had to be evacuated for a short time including our dispatch center. I want to thank Kerrville PD for all their assistance during this time. No inmates had to be evacuated and there was no damage to the inmate housing area. Our dispatch center is now back in operation. I am very proud of all my staff for their response and our emergency plans that we have to practice worked very well.
Kerr County Sheriff's Office
Kerr County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, December 19th, 2016 at 6:02pm
The Kerr County Sheriff's Department is seeking your help in Locating and Identifying subject(s) that shot and killed two Buffaloes on separate dates in the 500 block of Camp Verde Road East. The first Buffalo was shot and killed on August 15, 2016 and the second Buffalo was shot and killed between August 22,2016 and August 23, 2016. If you have any information about this case, you may contact KERR COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS at 830-896-TIPS (8477).
Kerr County Sheriff's Office
Kerr County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, November 19th, 2016 at 6:10pm
I am so proud of our Sheriffs' Department, unfortunately we have had six murders this year but due to the dedication and the long hours of all the members of the department all of those six murders has been solved, hopefully giving some type of closure to the families. I am also very proud of our jail that is going through an expansion at this time with all kinds of construction going on and averaging or at least at times has had over 200 inmates including 7 on murder charges, those employees have done an extraordinary job in trying to keep things from being too chaotic and our citizens safe. I hope that you all will say thank you to those employees when you see them for a job well done.
Thank you
Sheriff Rusty hierholzer
Kerr County Sheriff's Office
Kerr County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, November 18th, 2016 at 9:59am
November 18, 2016
Press Release
On Thursday November 17, 2016 at approximately 8:50 pm, Kerr County Sheriff's Office received a call of a structure fire and possible shooting at the Crazy Horse RV Park located in the 100 block of Thrill Hill off of Highway 479 in West Kerr County.
The Mountain Home Volunteer Fire Department and Kerr County Deputies responded. They found one mobile home that was on fire, and the front door on a 5th wheel trailer was open. A deceased male who had multiple gunshot wounds was laying inside the 5th wheel trailer. He was later identified as Donald Ballard, a white male, DOB: January 7, 1954.
At approximately 9:15 pm, a subject by the name of Benjamin Pierce, DOB: March 11, 1955, showed up at Kerr County Sheriff's Office and stated that at one time he was the maintenance man for the Crazy Horse RV Park. He and another tenant, Donald Ballard, had an ongoing feud over Mr. Ballard's dog constantly barking, and the owner of the park fired Mr. Pierce over the way he handled the situation.
At approximately 8:45, Mr. Pierce went to one of the owner's trailers, which was unoccupied at the time, and set it on fire. He then went to Mr. Ballard's trailer with a 44 cal. handgun and a 45 cal. Handgun and started shooting at Mr. Ballard's trailer and at Mr. Ballard. Mr. Ballard was able to return fire striking Mr. Pierce once in the buttocks.
Mr. Pierce was transported to a hospital in San Antonio for treatment of the non-life threatening wound and will be charged with Murder and Arson upon his release.
Kerr County Sheriff's Office
Kerr County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, November 7th, 2016 at 11:37am
Press Release

On Friday November 4th, 2016 Kerr County Sheriff’s Office Investigators arrested 53-year-old Isidro Lopez Jimenez for the murder of his wife 34-year-old Anjelica Jimenez. The Homicide was committed on October 25, 2015 in the early morning hours. Anjelica Jimenez body was dumped on a ranch in rural Kerr County and was not discovered for almost a year. Investigators were able to link Isidro Jimenez to the murder through cell phone records. Jimenez initially denied being anywhere Anjelica Jimenez’s body or vehicle had been traced to, after her disappearance, but records put him at the scene of both. Further Investigation revealed that Anjelica Jimenez was trying to leave her husband due to physical and emotional abuse, but did not want to leave behind her children. The Kerr County Sheriff’s Office, San Antonio Police Department and Local Texas Ranger worked together to bring a quick resolution to this case.
Sreriff Rusty Hierholzer
Kerr County Sheriff's Office
Kerr County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, November 7th, 2016 at 11:36am
Kerr County Sheriff’s Office
Press Release

On November 2, 2016 the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office started an investigation into a missing person report of Magan King a 26 year old female from San Antonio. The investigation led officers to the Auld Ranch in west Kerr County. This was the last place Megan was seen. On November 4, 2016 after probable cause was developed a search warrant was issued for the 5600 acre ranch. With the assistance of a Department of Public Safety helicopter and several DPS Troopers, the Travis County Search and Recuse Unit and search dogs, Texas Department of Criminal Justice search unit consisting of dogs and officers on horseback. During the search the vehicle that the victim was last seen in was located in a remote location on the ranch loaded on a trailer. The search also resulted in other evidence. An anthropologist team from Texas State University will be on site today to continue the search. Eric Daniel Auld, 36 years of age has been taken into custody and charged with murder.
Sheriff Rusty Hierholzer