The apartment complex allegedly sprayed foam in all the crevices where the bats lived.
The Hays County Sheriff’s Department believes this was an isolated incident.
The Wimberley man has helped restore around 500 hard drives that were swamped by the Memorial Day flood.
The bats were too decomposed to test for rabies but the city issued the alerts as a precaution.
The suspect is described as a white male, between 16 and 20 years old, around 5-foot-11 and of thin build.
During Stage 4, customers should not water their lawns and golf courses should not be watered.
The route was only missed for one day, but district leaders are concerned it could happen again if more bus drivers aren’t hired soon.
A female student called police around 6:45 p.m. to report the incident.
Texas State University estimates 8,500 of its students were impacted.
Someone found the dead bat on Aug. 31 inside a senior living building.
Police also found a stolen U-Haul truck nearby which was still running.
The suspect is described as a white man in his teens or early 20s, deputies said, noting that was nothing was taken from the home.
The county says it’s been working on this plan for 10 years.
TxDOT will close both lanes of SH 21 between High Road and Farm to Market Road 2001 in the Uhland area while it works to repair the culvert.
Hays County says one deputy will start a bicycle certification program on Monday and another in October. They will serve in Wimberley.
The city of Kyle is working to become known as the pie capital of Texas.
Police found the victim unconscious and bleeding at a San Marcos apartment complex.
Residents can also drop off bulk items, such as appliances, household hazardous waste, electronics, brush and metals.
The area closed to traffic is just East of North Old Spanish Train in Uhland.
Continuous updates as Central Texas prepares for Hurricane Harvey.