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PERRYE TURNER TAKES OVER THE FBI IN HOUSTON AND THIS WEEK HE VISITS THE FACTOR!

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Director James B. Comey has named Perrye K. Turner special agent in charge of the FBI’s Houston Division. He most recently served as special agent in charge of the Louisville Division. 

Mr. Turner became a special agent with the FBI in 1991 and was assigned to the Birmingham Division, where he worked criminal investigative matters in the Huntsville Resident Agency. Four years later, he transferred to the New Orleans Division and investigated gang, drug and public corruption matters in the Monroe Resident Agency.

In 1999, Mr. Turner was promoted to supervisory special agent in the Criminal Investigation Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. While there, he worked in the Mexican/Criminal Syndicates Unit of the Drug Section.

Mr. Turner transferred to the Jackson Division in 2001 to supervise the Criminal Enterprise Squad. In August 2004, he worked in the division’s Field Intelligence Group. A year later, he was promoted to assistant special agent in charge in the Memphis Division and managed the Criminal and Administrative Programs for three years and all programs in the National Security Branch for two years.
In August 2010, Mr. Turner returned to FBI Headquarters as deputy assistant director of the Information Technology Engineering Division.

Mr. Turner earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics and statistics from Louisiana Tech University and a Master of Business Administration from Belhaven University.

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HE’S CHARGED WITH KILLING THE BABY!

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Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the death of an infant following an incident at 4831 Markwood Lane about 3:30 p.m. last Thursday (August 21).  

The suspect, Everton Oneal Bryan (b/m, 20), is charged with murder and injury to a child with serious bodily injury in the 184th State District Court.  He is accused in the death of his son, Daniel Bryan, of the above address.  Doctors at Texas Children’s Hospital pronounced him dead on Sunday (August 24).  

HPD Homicide Division Sergeants E. Cisneros and H. Chavez reported:  

Baby Daniel was transported to the hospital after suffering several blunt trauma injuries and died a few days later.  An initial investigation determined Everton Bryan was taking care of baby Daniel at the time he suffered his injuries.  Further investigation determined Daniel’s injuries were not consistent with Everton’s account of what occurred and he was re-interviewed by HPD homicide investigators and subsequently admitted to causing the injuries to baby Daniel.  He was taken into custody without incident.  

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THE RALLY TO END POLICE BRUTALITY IN HOUSTON!

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A call for justice was the cry in downtown Houston Tuesday afternoon.

The families of two Houston area men who say they were the victims of police brutality converged on the US Federal Courthouse.

Robbie Tolan and his parents along with family members of Alfred Wright…You may remember Wright died near Jasper this year under what his family calls suspicious circumstances. 

The rally comes on the heels of the shooting of Michael Brown by a police officer in Ferguson.

Activists here in Houston say it’s time the killing of Black men across America stops.

Ben Crump who represents the Tolan’s in Houston as well as Michael Brown’s family spoke at the downtown rally.

He says officers should be required to where video cameras on their uniforms so there won’t be any questions if a suspect is shot.

Tolan, who was shot in 2008 by Bellaire Police Officer Jeffery Cotton, is expected in federal court Wednesday for his resurrected civil case against the city of Bellaire.