Search Underway for Hit-and-Run Driver After E-Bike Accident Leaves Two Juveniles Injured in San Marcos

San Marcos, California – Two juveniles were injured in a hit-and-run e-bike accident that occurred on Grand Avenue on January 29, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. The incident took place around 7:14 p.m., and the driver responsible for the accident is currently being sought by authorities. The details surrounding the accident are still unclear, as investigators have yet to determine the cause. However, the hit-and-run driver fled the scene, leaving the injured juveniles behind. The severity of their injuries has not been disclosed. The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department is actively investigating … Read more

Capital Murder Trial Begins for San Marcos Officer’s Death: Jury Selection Commences After Jury Summons Mishap

SAN MARCOS, Texas – Jury selection began on Monday for the trial of a man accused of killing a San Marcos police officer in 2017. The trial is for a capital murder case and faced a setback when jury summons were not printed or mailed out. This error required county constables to hand-deliver thousands of jury notices to residents. Hays County District Clerk Avrey Anderson attributed the mistake to a vendor error and acknowledged that technology is not always reliable. Despite the mishap, approximately 400 people showed up for jury selection for the trial of … Read more

Trial Begins for Man Accused of Capital Murder in San Marcos Police Officer’s Death

SAN MARCOS, Texas – Jury selection is set to begin today in Hays County for the trial of a man charged with capital murder in the death of a San Marcos police officer in 2017. Stewart Mettz, 57, is accused of fatally shooting Officer Ken Copeland on December 4, 2017. According to reports, on that day, San Marcos police officers went to Mettz’s residence to serve a warrant on charges of assault and injury to an elderly person. When officers knocked on his door, Mettz allegedly opened fire, striking Copeland twice. The officer was rushed … Read more