Johnson County Constable's Office Pct. 1

Johnson County Constable's Office Pct. 1 The Johnson County Precinct One Constable’s Office is a law enforcement agency that is dedicated to serving the citizens of the Precinct and Johnson County with va courtesy, professionalism and service.

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We’ve had this thing for a while, but were finally able to put it up today!

Rest In Peace, Brother, we have the watch from here.

Rest In Peace, Brother, we have the watch from here.

A Fort Bend County sheriff’s deputy accidentally shot a deputy constable in the Sienna Plantation area of Missouri City Friday, officials said. Deputies said the deputy constable has died.

Officials on scene said the incident happened at around 2 a.m. at a home in the 3900 block of Chestnut According to authorities, the deputy with Fort Bend Sheriff’s Office and a deputy with the Fort Bend Precinct 4 Constable’s Office were clearing a house together when the FBCSO deputy accidentally shot the deputy from the constable’s office. Officials said that deputy was flown to Memorial Hermann with CPR in progress, where he later died.

Authorities said the deceased deputy was a husband and father.

Statements are being taken by the deputies on the scene. This is an ongoing investigation. Condolences to our colleagues at Precinct 4 and prayers also with Fort Bend SO.

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The Johnson County Precinct One Constable’s Office would like to say Happy Mothers Day to all the mothers, whether here on in heaven. Thank y’all for all your sacrifices and loving your children, as only a mother can.
God Bless everyone and continue daily prayers for your mother.

We extend our deepest condolences to the Houston Police Department as one officer has passed away and another is in crit...

We extend our deepest condolences to the Houston Police Department as one officer has passed away and another is in critical condition after a HPD helicopter crash. Please say a prayer for the officers and their families during this difficult, tragic time. 🙏 💙

An Houston Police Department helicopter crashed early this morning killing the Tactical Flight Officer. The Pilot is in critical condition. We send our prayers to HPD, the Pilot and families of those involved.

We would like to thank the Johnson County Distillery for providing our office with much needed hand sanitizer. This act ...

We would like to thank the Johnson County Distillery for providing our office with much needed hand sanitizer. This act shows that the Johnson County Distillery is dedicated to the health and safety of Frist Responders and everyone in Johnson County.

This past month we have had the honor to add several new members to our office.Robert Best will be serving as the School...

This past month we have had the honor to add several new members to our office.
Robert Best will be serving as the School Resource Office for Rio Vista ISD.
Gilberto Gallardo will be a full time Deputy for the office.
Solomon Omotoya has accepted a position as a Reserve Deputy.
Each of the individuals comes with skills and abilities that will help the Precinct One Johnson County Constable’s Office serve the people of precinct one and provide them with unmatched service. Welcome aboard gentlemen.

Stay alert and aware. It’s that time of year.

Stay alert and aware. It’s that time of year.

Pay attention today North Texas! Golf ball size hail or larger possible, winds in excess of 60 mph and a few tornadoes are possible. Timeframe is between 9 am and 3 pm for #DFW #wfaaweather

Rest In Peace brother, we have the watch from here.

Rest In Peace brother, we have the watch from here.

Our deepest condolences to men and women of SMPD, as well as the families and friends of our first responders who are affected by this horrific tragedy 😢

Godley ISD

Godley ISD

BREAKING NEWS: Johnson County School Districts Extend Closure Through May 1

In support of a decision by Governor Greg Abbott to extend school closures across the state, all Johnson County schools have announced they will remain closed through Friday, May 1.

Rio Vista

District offices will remain closed as well. School district leaders across the county will continue to monitor updates and recommendations from local officials, Governor Abbott and the Commissioner of Education as decisions are being made about instruction and any potential extension of the closure.

These are unprecedented times and Johnson County school districts are appreciative of the patience and support given by their communities as they navigate their way through this new way of delivering instruction.

Office of the Governor Greg Abbott

Office of the Governor Greg Abbott

Deploying three National Guard Brigades to serve alongside TX healthcare professionals & first responders, offering unparalleled logistics capabilities, medical expertise, communications support, infrastructure maintenance & transportation assets.


Governor Abbott Announces National Guard Deployment in Support of COVID-19 Response

AUSTIN - As part of the state’s ongoing response to COVID-19, Governor Greg Abbott today announced the deployment of three National Guard Joint Task Force Brigades. The 72nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, the 56th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, and the 176th Engineer Brigade will operate ten general support units located throughout the state.

"Whether it’s overseas combat, major storms, or deadly viruses, the Texas National Guard is always quick to defend and serve their fellow Texans," said Governor Abbott. "Texans can be grateful that these troops are now standing their post alongside healthcare professionals and first responders on the front lines of this crisis."

The Governor has ordered an initial focus on two critical missions that will directly benefit from Texas National Guard’s unparalleled logistics capabilities, medical expertise, communications support, infrastructure maintenance, and transportation assets: assisting drive through testing sites and bolstering the state’s healthcare infrastructure.

Over the past week, Guard members have practiced erecting and running drive through testing site locations alongside medical staff to ensure a well-coordinated process that allows Texans to access COVID-19 screenings in a safe, efficient way that also limits contact with potentially infected members of the public.

The Guard is also rolling out support for the state’s healthcare infrastructure with medical providers, equipment, and supplies needed to provide access to care. As the response advances, Guardsmen will continue working with partners at the local, state, and national levels to identify and develop additional locations that can be converted to healthcare facilities.

"We are citizen soldiers and we find our highest calling in serving our fellow citizens, no matter where duty calls us," said Major General Tracy R. Norris, the adjutant general of Texas and commander of the Texas National Guard. "This will be no easy task but we have faced difficult times before. With the commitment of our soldiers and support of the community we will show the world that we are Texas strong and Texas proud, and together we will overcome this challenge."

Governor Abbott also stressed that these taskings will not diminish the Guard’s ability to meet operational commitments including the Texas border mission and overseas deployments.

To ensure responding Guard members are healthy, trained medical staff will be attached to each unit and provide screenings before each Guard member is approved for the mission. Any Guard member showing signs of illness will receive treatment and the needed resources to recover while following all requirements outlined by the CDC. This measure will keep responding units healthy and reduce the potential spread of COVID-19.


Johnson County Emergency Management

More information to help, as we go forward in these troubling times.

We send a Situation Report (SitRep) out each day that aggregates information from across the county and provides leadership quick access to information that they might need. We have begun to post this on the JoCo website. If you want to see it you can check it out here:

I see the hyperlinks aren’t working for some reason. I will get with IT in the morning and see if they can fix that.

Johnson County Emergency Management

Johnson county Update.

Since I don’t do Facebook personally sometimes I forget to ask Amber to post information that I tend to post on Twitter so I thought I would catch y’all up right quick..

Regarding Positive Tests...

There are TWO as of this minute. One in Burleson, One in Mansfield portions of JOHNSON COUNTY. If they are in Burleson or Mansfield or Crowley but are in Tarrant County for example we do not post those, that is not my jurisdiction. DSHS website posted night before last that our number is 3. They have indicated that could be an accident, or maybe not, they are trying to determine which jurisdiction the address is in. Until they 1) Verify the Address and 2) Verify the Jurisdiction we will not get the notification of a positive or a PUM (person under monitoring). I expect there will be a few additional positive cases somewhere in Johnson County in the next day or so, BUT until that happens it’s currently at 2. There are also three locations being monitored.

Regarding Testing...

Because they are only testing those that meet the CDC criteria, the default recommendation from physicians to their patient is to quarantine for 14 days. Just because you have been told by a physician to quarantine does not mean you have it. It also very well may mean you could. What we are running into are people who have been told to quarantine posting on FB they are positive and it is creating a lot of confusion with everyone on who and who doesn’t have it. Our default is unless we have a positive test result we are not going to post a change or increase in positive numbers just because someone’s Facebook claims they do. We have to go with known tests even though there are many who might be positive. We have to report what is known by the medical professionals understanding there is probably a huge gap because of limited testing.

Regarding getting Medical Advice...

My office are not the public health experts. Please don’t call us asking to shut your husband's employer down because he works with someone who has a friend who tested positive in Georgia or wherever. We are happy to talk through issues but in the end we can not provide medical advice. We realize it’s hard to find the right person to talk to or even speak with an expert, so we will try to talk issues through but in the end some decisions have to be made by individuals and what they feel comfortable with, that includes businesses.

Regarding updates...

Many days ago we started aggregating information for governments across JoCo as well as other data and placing it into a daily Situation Report and providing that to all public safety, governmental and ISD agencies across the county. I am working with our IT department to get this placed daily on the County website and it might be helpful for you to see everything right in one spot. I’ll let you know when that happens.

I hope some of this helps.

Love you guys.




Here’s an idea....
To help our community business, why don’t we think about this:
1 As we know, we can place orders to go, how about looking at the eateries and buying your bread, eggs, milk things like this. This could help keep people employed.
2 Buy gift cards/certificates; this will inject money to the business now and we can use them when we get back to normal.
3 At the least, write a review of your favorite places, if you are quarantined at home use this time to do that. People that come to town look at the reviews to make decisions.

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Godley ISD information.

Godley ISD information.

Tomorrow we will have designated times for parents to pick up devices and other resources. Each campus will be providing more information directly to parents shortly.

Just a reminder, lessons will not begin until Thursday. Details on student lessons will be communicated tomorrow.

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Some helpful information.
Johnson County Emergency Management

Some helpful information.

Please see the below information for each of the county's school districts regarding virtual learning, free breakfasts and lunches, and more. You will need to contact your child's district for additional information beyond what is provided on their respective web pages.

Cleburne ISD: Note that requests for lunches must be made daily by 9 a.m. Website includes a link to find free internet for students.

Joshua ISD: District has tentative plans to return April 14. Students who need Chromebooks may begin picking up on 3/24. See link for pick up times. Classroom instruction to begin 3/26.

Grandview ISD: Lunches this week are being provided by the Grandview Pastoral Alliance at Grandview Park, 501 S. 5th St. from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. GVISD is working to provide lunches to students who need them next week (beginning 3/30).

Godley ISD: The district is working to finalize plans for Chromebooks. There are two options for receiving food, delivery and pickup.

Alvarado ISD: Parents are asked to fill out a home connectivity survey so students can complete school work in the coming days.

Keene ISD: Facebook post has information on virtual learning, free lunches, cancellations and more.

Rio Vista ISD: District is working to start providing instruction for students by 3/26.

Venus ISD: Virtual instruction scheduled to begin 3/30, with phone calls to district parents throughout the week of 3/23 with more information. Free meals begin 3/23.

Godley ISD

Godley ISD

Godley ISD Information Update as of 3/20:

GISD Administration has released an update with information regarding the current campus closures.

Follow the link to read the full statement ➡️

Johnson County Emergency Management

Johnson County Emergency Management

‪We were notified of a second positive case of CoV19 in the northern part of Johnson County. We were not notified of age, sex or current disposition. Additional info may follow tomorrow if we receive it.


Thank you and please pass along if you or someone you know needs this.

Thank you and please pass along if you or someone you know needs this.

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425 W Chambers St
Cleburne, TX

General information

Constable Matt Wylie and the Johnson County Constable's Office Pct. 1 is honored to be a part of a growing county in which, WE, have dedicated in providing the communities within our precinct with a diverse law enforcement image. We will maintain the highest level of law enforcement professionalism in performing our duties of the Office of Constable, by executing all civil process professionally, and expeditiously. We will provide ethical law enforcement personnel who will take pride in performing their duties in a fair and equitable manner setting a high standard of which our citizens can be proud of.

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