Right on schedule, the san jac "pack" backed candidate for SJC Sheriff puts out a glossy lying political ad. It is the same lie (unless it is proven) Flynt has used in his gossip campaign from the get go including back when he worked for SJC. Flynt is still calling Capers "corrupt" all these years later and I am still challenging him to prove it.
I mean, be for real. One of Flynts ads blames Capers because the Natasha Atchley case remains unsolved. Only Flynt's big time supporter, Lou E. 'louie' Rogers out did that lie when he put out an old email as new pointing the finger at a 5 year old (the night of the murder) judge candidate's son as the guilty party a few years ago. The sad thing is people still believe that BS.
His other attacks only show that our poor county is having trouble coping financially with the spread of the big city this way. Is it Capers fault or our tight wad commissioners' court? I know for years for every sheriff in my lifetime finances have been tight and having to constantly be training new deputies the richer counties steal from us has been their common complaint.
The pictures of Flynt with his signs down and his complaining about it only educate the voting public that people are taking his signs down and make them wonder why. Reminds me of the last two times 'louie' ran and his signs got taken down and X'd out and he got a whopping 7 percent of the vote. Next time you get campaign advice, get it from a winner.
No Mike, you and I both know you can't prove any corruption on Capers part. You've been talking about it a lot and Now even printing it real glossy like but still haven't proven it. That is why you resort to the lying ads. You and I also know you weren't falsely charged in SJC, you were charged with the wrong crime because all the evidence wasn't in yet. You know . . . the evidence files that prove you did commit criminal offenses but that Humble PD ILLEGALLY let you get by with the crimes if you would just leave and not tell on them.
Here is the question we must ask ourselves as we vote for our next sheriff. Does a leopard change his spots? Only with a dose of Jesus. Has Flynt proven any of his allegations to you? He hasn't me and I am kinda like the go to guy with evidence of corruption in these parts. I have offered to flynt and to his money man that has paid me twice on Flynt's behalf and makes the same gossipy accusations, "BRING ME PROOF AND I WILL PUBLISH IT.. It is that simple.
BODY FOUND - IDENTIFIED
The body of a 59 year old Shepherd woman was found in the woods in the vicinity of FM 2666 just outside the town of Shepherd, Texas has been identified. Her name is Rhonda Richardson. No other details are going to be released at this time pending completion of the autopsy and more of the investigation. If you have ANY information pertaining to her, please contact the San Jacinto County Sheriff's office.
SHERIFF CAPERS APPOINTED TO ASSOCIATION BOARD
San Jacinto County Sheriff Greg Capers was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Sheriffs’ Association of Texas at their 140th Annual Training Conference held in Grapevine, July 21-24, 2018.
More than 1,500 participants were in attendance at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center where they heard outstanding speakers, had opportunities for significant and timely training sessions
and visited more than 240 exhibits each showcasing some of the latest technology law enforcement has to offer.
Sheriff Capers has been the Sheriff of San Jacinto County since November 2014. He distinguishes himself in his county and throughout the State of Texas as he assumes this leadership role within the Sheriffs’ Association of Texas.
The Sheriffs’ Association of Texas is one of the oldest law enforcement associations in the nation. The Sheriffs of Texas met for the first time on August 14, 1874, just four years after San Jacinto County came into existence. They met in the courthouse in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas where Sheriff Sul Ross of McLennan County called the meeting to order and later became a notable part of Texas history.
The Sheriffs of Texas began annual training at these conferences just a mere four years later in 1878. These training conferences today are the largest composite gathering of law enforcement officers in Texas. Sheriffs and other county and local law enforcement officers, both federal and state officers along with security personnel attend. In addition to the annual training conferences, the Association conducts training throughout the year for law enforcement officers. The Sheriffs’ Association of Texas serves as a liaison with federal, state, county and municipal agencies and associations to promote cooperation, training, education and more efficient services to the citizens of this great State of Texas.