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Royal ISD Superintendent Dr. Stacy Ackley and School Board President Elton Foster along with other school personnel joined area law enforcement departments and fire departments in commemorating Officer D. J. Day at the Brookshire Police Department. Agencies participating included Brookshire Police Department, Waller County Constable Precinct 4, Texas Highway Patrol, Katy ISD Police Department, Waller County Sheriff’s Office, Austin County Sheriff’s Office, Hempstead ISD Police Department, Royal ISD Police Department, Brookshire Volunteer Fire Department, Monaville Volunteer Fire Department and Mt. Zion Volunteer Fire Department Photo by Lillie Ruby.

Officer D. J. Day

Friday April 26 was a special day for the community and Royal ISD. Area law enforcement offices, fire departments with school personnel and students joined together to celebrate the day

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Word of the parties is spread through social media and may bring in outsiders including criminal elements from across the country. Social media notifications can result in a pop-up type party that provides little time for law enforcement to be prepared if the event needs intercession. This flier states there will be unlimited liquor during the party and calls for all colleges to attend. This flier was sent out over Twitter and possibly other social media.

Waller County prepares to tighten up regulations on “Pasture Parties”

Commissioners Precinct 1 John Amsler along with the Waller County District Attorney Elton Mathis and Waller County Sheriff R. Glenn Smith brought a number of issues before the court April


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