Atascosa County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Atascosa County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 1108 Campbell Ave, Jourdanton, 78026 TX
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Atascosa County Sheriff's Office is located at 1108 Campbell Ave, Jourdanton, 78026 TX. The Atascosa County Sheriff's Office phone number is 830-769-3434.

Atascosa County Sheriff's Office News

The men and women of the Atascosa County Sheriff's Office would like to extend our utmost appreciation to all Veterans of the U.S. Military that made this country the Land of the Brave and Home of the Free. THANK YOU. 🇺🇸

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and co-workers of Waller County Deputy Sheriff Loren Vasquez. Deputy Vasquez was killed in the line of duty last night in a crash while responding to a high water rescue during a severe thunderstorm.

Are you looking for a career? The Atascosa County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications immediately for the position of Telecommunicator/Dispatcher. Applicants must be at least 20 years of age, have no criminal record or illegal drug usage in the past 5 years. Applicant will have to pass a stringent background check and must be willing to work nights on shift work. Training for State license will be provided. Salary $45,000 a year with county paid health insurance, vacation and sick leave. Prior law enforcement dispatching experience preferred but not required. Applications may be picked up at front desk of the sheriff's office, 1108 Campbell Ave., Jourdanton. If you need additional information you can call 830-769-3434 ext.# 2252.

Today we wrapped up Red Ribbon Week at Poteet Elementary School. Deputy Sheriff Daniel Kaufman and his K-9 partner along with Captain Matt Miller and Sergeant Investigator Albert Garza spoke to Elementary school children, Pre K to 3rd about the dangers of drugs. #JustSayNopeToDope #PoteetAggieStrong

It's that time of year. Deputy Sheriff Luis Diaz was in Poteet last night.


Members of the Atascosa County Sheriff's Office as well as other law enforcement officers began training today for the new computer software the Sheriff's Office is purchasing. ACSO arranged for several law enforcement agencies that were interested to piggy back and be part of the new system scheduled to go live on January 22, 2019. "This software along with the Computer Aided Dispatch we will be getting too, will greatly enhance the services us and other participating agencies can provide to the citizens of Atascosa County". -Sheriff David Soward

RED RIBBON DAY at Jourdanton ISD

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This evening the Atascosa County Sheriff's Office attended the Anti-Bullying Rally at the Pleasanton River Park hosted by the Safer Path's Family Shelter (Formerly Atascosa County Family Crisis Center). Deputies passed out litature and other items. It was great to see so many people turn out for the event.

PRESS RELEASE: From Sheriff David Soward A suspected illegal alien from Mexico has been arrested by Atascosa County sheriff's deputies Tuesday evening for a murder committed in Fredericksburg Monday morning. Tuesday evening at 6:20, a caller reported a suspicious person on FM 3350 just east of TX Highway 16, 2 miles north of Jourdanton. Deputy sheriffs responding to the call located the man who subsequently admitted to killing his girlfriend in Fredericksburg the day before. Atascosa County County Sheriff's Office personnel contacted Fredericksburg and confirmed a homicide. Lieutenant Investigator Max Peralta was dispatched to the scene to investigate. The man admitted to Lt. Peralta he had strangled his girlfriend in a home in Fredericksburg before fleeing the residence. The suspect ended up in Atascosa County Monday evening and had been in the area at least 24 hours before being arrested. Texas Rangers from Gillespie County traveled to Jourdanton Tuesday night and the investigation is continuing in Fredericksburg. The subject is identified as Ramiro Garcia-Flores age 21, of San Pablo Queretaro, Mexico. He's presently being held in the Atascosa County Jail under a $1,000,000 bond pending being transferred to Gillespie County. Any further information would be issued from the Fredericksburg Police Department.

TELEPHONE SCAM ALERT This week we have received several reports from citizens with a 570 cell number prefix that have been receiving a call from individuals stating they are with PUBLISHER'S CLEARING HOUSE. The caller is telling the target they won over a million dollars and then proceeds to give them instructions and claims that a camera crew is on the way to their home. They also state they will accompany you to the bank to deposit your check and you're just required to pay them a small portion of the taxes. THIS IS A SCAM. Regardless of the details, anytime the caller ask for money, gives instructions to go to a certain place, etc., it is a SCAM. Anyone receiving such calls should simply hang up. Pleas pass this on to elderly family members and friends as well. #DoNotFallForIt


2018 NATIONAL NIGHT OUT. The Atascosa County Sheriff's Office will be participating in National Night Out events this evening in Jourdanton, Pleasanton, Lytle and Poteet. Deputy Sheriffs Joe Saucedo and Ronald Sanchez will be at the City Sports Complex in Jourdanton from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30. They will be showing off the department's Humvee Rescue Unit. The deputies have a lot of free stuff to give away so go by and see them. Deputy Sheriffs Stephen Wilson and Daniel Gonzales will have the department's new donated 4-wheeler at the Pleasanton River Park tonight with the Pleasanton Police from 6 to 9:00 p.m. Deputy Sheriffs Daniel Hernandez and Luis Diaz will be in Lytle and will be on-hand with the Lytle Police at the Community Center and will also be handing out free items to all attendees. Deputy Sheriff Clint Luckett will be in Poteet with Poteet PD at the Municipal Park on Ave. C between Kelley and Boyd Street. Go by and see Deputy Luckett and pick up some goodies. #CommunityPartners

Recently we honored Corrections Sergeant Isreal Lopez as the Non-Commissioned Employee for the 2nd quarter of 2018. Sgt. Lopez was recognized for his leadership qualities while on the night shift and his ability to make sure all task are being completed correctly. "His 20 plus years of experience working in the jail is invaluable, we depend on him a lot", said Sheriff David Soward.

The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Flood Warning for Atascosa County until 5:45 p.m. Sunday. As rainwater continues to runoff from recent and continued downpours this afternoon additional road closings are likely. County Commissioners have closed roads at the following locations as of now. 1. Hannon Road at Atascosa River 2. County Road 314 W at low water crossing 3. County Rd 329 at Laparita Creek 4. County Rd 329 at Turkey Creek near 140 5. FM 791 between FM 2924 and Karnes Co. line. 6. FM 140, just west of TX 16 List will be updated as information is currently being received. Turn around, don't drown. Report water over roadway to Atascosa County Sheriff's dispatchers at 830-769-3434.

Fort Worth Police Officer Garrett Hull, RIP.

Funeral Services for Richard Cordova. Monday visitation at Hurley's Funeral Home in Pleasanton with Rosary at 7:00 p.m. Funeral Mass at St. Matthews Catholic Church in Jourdanton at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 18th. Burial will follow at St. Jose Cemetery in Jourdanton.

The flags have been lowered to half-staff this morning at the Atascosa County Sheriff's Office. Early this morning we lost one of our own. Former ACSO Maintenance Supervisor Richard Cordova passed away after a lengthy and courageous battle with cancer. Not only was Richard an outstanding and dedicated employee up until he became ill, he was a super individual who never turned anyone down that needed his help. He was the rock of his family and a friend to everyone. Our most sincere condolences to his wife, Martha and his children and family members. Richard is the brother of Atascosa County Sheriff's Sergeant Norma Jordan. We will miss you, Richard. Rest in Peace.

Atascosa County will remain under a Flash Flood Watch through at least Saturday evening. Widespread showers are expected and rainfall amounts between 1 to 3 inches are likely. The forecast for today indicates rain in our area by 1:00 p.m. In the event of heavy rain and flooding, do not drive through low water crossings. Turn around, don't drown. Additional Atascosa County sheriff's deputies will be on-call in the event of severe weather. We urge citizens to report dangerous situations and high water to our Communications Center at 830-769-3434. In an emergency, dial 9-1-1. #BeSmartBeSafe

Although the new Atascosa County Animal Contol facility is near completion, they WILL NOT be accepting animals or picking up animals until OCTOBER 1ST. The public should be aware that the animal control facility will only house dogs and cats. Animal calls, such as those for horses, cattle, etc. will be dealt with by the Atascosa County Sheriff's Office deputies. The Atascosa County Animal Control facility will be hosting a Grand Opening, inviting the public to come check out the addition to the county. The Grand Opening will be held on Friday, September 21st from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.

America must never forget. Remembering all the Firefighters, Police Officers, Paramedics and Civilians that died on 9-11-01 when our country was attacked. GOD BLESS AMERICA.

We are pleased to report that Missing Person/Runaway Neill Koonce has been located. Atascosa County Sheriff's Investigators spent Sunday afternoon tracking him down and found him at a HEB on Blanco Road in San Antonio. He's being returned to Atascosa County now by Chief Investigator Jake Guerra and Lieutenant Max Peralta. The young boy was in the company of questionable characters and possibly could have been in danger. Thank you to everyone that helped spread the word. "These officers did some outstanding work this afternoon. The boy is in our custody safe and sound." -Sheriff David Soward

Longtime dedicated employee retires.