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Autopsy ordered for skeletal remains found in Bandera County Wednesday

todayAugust 18, 2022

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Bandera County authorities have ordered an autopsy for the skeletal remains discovered off Red Bluff Ranch Road Wednesday evening at roughly 5:09 p.m. According to Bandera County Chief Deputy Matt King, a passerby discovered the body near the side of the road.

Authorities say the body appeared to have been wrapped in a tarp and then set on fire. At this time, the victim’s gender has not been officially determined due to advanced decomposition.

King released a statement saying, “It’s not really a highly traveled road.” Bandera officials are investigating the recent discovery of human remains as a homicide case.

King says Judge Lynn Holt ordered the autopsy from Central Autopsy, based in Lockhart.

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Gillespie County getting ready for 134th County Fair

The 134th Gillespie County Fair, sponsored by the Gillespie County Fair and Festivals Association, is scheduled for August 26-28 but gates will be open beginning Thursday, August 25, 5 p.m. with free admission to the grounds. Event organizers say the Fair will include two days of live pari-mutuel horse racing, a carnival and midway, displays of agricultural and home products, a parade, a queen's contest, musical entertainment and livestock shows. […]

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