In a social media post, the Sheriff stated a student confessed to sending out a fight challenge message and that individual may be charged with inciting a riot.
Chody's message comes after several students were arrested for fighting Thursday.
According to officials, people have been receiving calls from someone who claims to be a county official or law enforcement officer alerting them that the victims have failed to appear for jury duty and could face jail time.
"Please if you see a coyote, DO NOT approach it," the Williamson County Sheriff's Office says.
According to police, two cars collided at East Old Settlers Blvd. and West Mesa Park Drive in Round Rock just before 9 a.m.
The constable's office says at least 10-15 people have called about the scam.
Anyone who recognizes the suspect is asked to call Leander police.
After 30 years, three months and 21 days, "Corona Girl" has been finally identified as 17-year-old Sue Ann Huskey of Sulphur Springs.
The then 19-year-old was attending Mesa Junior College in San Diego and had been home, visiting her family at the time. She was staying at her parent’s house in Georgetown, Texas.
On Sunday, WSCO uploaded a tweet warning people about an unknown who claims to be calling on behalf of the Sheriff's Office.
According to police, a mother observed a man approach her children in a black sedan. He parked the car and started speaking to the children.
New sketches of persons of interest in the disappearance of Rachel Cooke have been released.
The suspect targeted businesses along I-35 South and was caught on surveillance cameras.
There is no fee and the general public is invited to audition.
he ceremony will take place on Wednesday, January 15 at 4 p.m. The public can meet at the site location in Fannie Robinson Park at 260 S. Dolan Street.
In January of 2002, Cooke was visiting her parents' home in Georgetown while on winter break from San Diego Mesa College. She was last seen walking towards her house from approximately 200 yards away.
The suspects were caught on surveillance video.
Attendees came in Sunday afternoon to get tattoos to help support Austin Pets Alive, the largest no-kill shelter in the country.
Around 6:30 p.m. Saturday, police responded to a call for a collision with injuries at the 6400 block of the 183A toll road.
A man inside of the suspicious vehicle was arrested for outstanding warrants. Police believe another suspect was involved and has not been identified.