San Antonio -The Cape Verde County judge said that someone in the Del Rio area may have deliberately exposed hundreds of people to COVID-19 at a country music event in San Antonio.
Justice Lewis Owens (Lewis Owens) recently posted a strong and familiar message on Facebook about preventing the spread of the deadly virus.
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In the post, Owen Steady recruited a girl from the Del Río area. He said that he went to the Cowboy Rodeo to attend a Cody Johnson concert last weekend because she knew she was positive about COVID-19.
“Obviously there are Snapchat pictures, everyone is wearing masks on their wrists, and everyone is having fun. You are very active, ma’am. You should never leave,” Owens said in the post.
Owens said that after the picture surfaced, the girl tried to cover it up.
“Then you have the courage and boldness to lie to the tracer who is fighting with your mother and everything else. That’s why you are not at home and confess your guilt,” Owens said.
Owens knew that the damage might have been caused.
He said: “People like her brought these things back and killed the family.”
The girl Owens was referring to was quoted, and the judge said he planned to release her name as soon as possible in order to set an example from her.
The Cowboy Ballroom was twice violated the city’s Emergency Medical Declaration due to the large number of people at the concert. Now, the ballroom has only one quote from being closed.
TABC is also investigating possible illegal alcohol incidents during weekend events.
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