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A FORMER HISD STUDENT IS NOW BEHIND BARS AFTER INVESTIGATORS SAY HE RAPED A CLASSMATE ON CAMPUS.

THE FACTOR HAS LEARNED 20 YEAR OLD ALEXANDER COULTON PEREZ WAS BOOKED INTO THE HARRIS COUNTY JAIL FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A MINOR.

RECORDS SHOW HE SEXUALLY ASSAULTED A 14 YEAR OLD FEMALE STUDENT ON CAMPUS AT WESTSIDE HIGH SCHOOL BACK WHEN HE WAS 18 IN OCTOBER 2013. THE ALLEGED VIXTIM DIDN’T REPORT THE INCIDENT UNTIL FEBRUARY 2014. NOW THE LAW IS JUST CATCHING UP…

BY THE WAY, SOURCES SAY PEREZ’S MOTHER WAS ALSO ARRESTED AT THEIR HOME IN KATY BECAUSE SHE HAD OPEN WARRANTS…
HISD STATEMENT
The Harris County District Attorney’s Office has accepted criminal charges against a former Westside High School student following an HISD Police investigation into reports that he sexually assaulted a fellow student in 2013.

Alexander Perez is facing a charge of sexual assault of a child under the age of 17. Perez was arrested by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, one day after a criminal warrant was issued. The charge relates to an incident that took place after school on the school grounds in October 2013. The incident was reported in February 2014. HISD Police conducted a thorough investigation and presented the findings to the District Attorney’s Office last week.

HISD takes situations such as these very seriously, as the safety of our students is always our absolute top priority.

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Harris County Sheriff’s Office investigators arrested four people in connection to an identity theft ring operating in East Harris County.

The investigation was initiated by internal investigators employed by an area bank who noticed a large number of credit cards being shipped to one address.

The HCSO’s Financial Crimes Unit followed up on the information, and on March 2, 2015, the Harris County District Attorney’s Office presented charges against Crystal Ballinger, Cody Ligori, Tina Harrington, and Kenneth Grimet. All four were indicted by a grand jury for First Degree Felony Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity relating to fraudulent possession of identifying information. Their photos are attached.

The victims’ identifying information was stolen through purse snatchings and burglaries committed in Harris County. Approximately 200 victims and more than 300 pieces of identifying information were linked to the defendanst in this case.

The HCSO’s Financial Crimes Unit is dedicated to identifying and capturing perpetrators of identity theft.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office recommends that all citizens obtain a free annual credit report and monitor their bank and credit card statements regularly. If you notice any unauthorized transactions contact your credit card company and make a police report immediately.

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Schedule:

The City of Conroe is launching a local bus service, Conroe Connection. It will run Monday through Friday, from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. We will start service January 26, 2015. Check back with us for updates on our progress and more information.

The Conroe Connection bus service will have one hour headways meaning a bus will be at each bus stop hourly.  

Conroe Connection will run along Frazier, from North Loop 336 at Wal-Mart and Lowe’s to South Loop 336 at Lone Star Family Health and the Conroe Regional Medical Center. We’ll also loop around the Dugan area. All stops will be identified by bus stop signs. Please do not try to flag the driver down at any location other than a bus stop.

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Houston businessman and civic leader Bill King will declare his candidacy for Mayor today Monday, March 2nd at 11:30am. Weather permitting, Mr King will make his announcement in the 1900 block of South Kirkwood Road near the Abbey Apartment complex and the intersection with Briar Forest Drive in west Houston.

He will grant one-on-one interviews following the announcement at the Westside Tennis Center a few blocks away at 1200 Wilcrest Drive.

In the event of poor weather, Mr King will both declare his candidacy and grant interviews at Westside Tennis Center.

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Jecaryous Johnson and his all star cast are heading to Houston. Do you have your tickets for the big show yet?

Contest: #ThingsYourManWontDo

Come join us …VIP Style!

Things Your Man Won’t Do is heading to a city near you! We’re celebrating by giving away two VIP tickets to each show!

Winner will receive two VIP tickets, which include…

Premium seats
Meet and Greet with Cast
Photo Opportunities with Cast

Link: http://jecaryous.com/

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Did his dirt catch up with him?

The man who was shot in front of Good Hope church just admitted to the FBI he scammed seniors around the country. See the federal indictment below on Michael Irving:

Michael Irving, 33, has entered a guilty plea to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Between Jan. 1, 2013, and Nov. 30, 2013, Irving engaged in a wire fraud conspiracy to unlawfully obtain cash and defraud Compass Bank, a FDIC insured institution. Irving and his co-conspirators unlawfully obtained, shared and busted out multiple credit cards for cash and shared the proceeds with each other.

Irving owned and operated Majix Studio – a business used in the conspiracy –  and had a PayPal account for it. Irving would swipe, and authorize his co-conspirators to swipe, fraudulently obtained credit cards through his business terminal using credit card processors PayPal had provided. After the cards were swiped, the funds were deposited into bank accounts or onto debit cards under the care, custody and control of Irving and his co-conspirators.

Irving admitted to processing multiple illegitimate transactions through his business during the course of the conspiracy.

Irving knew the credit cards were fraudulent because they had been applied for and obtained through the use of stolen identities.  There were at least 70 victims whose identities had been stolen, all senior citizens between the ages of 70 and 95, living throughout the country. 

Irving also knew the transactions going through his processors were illegitimate as there was no exchange of goods for services.  Typically, the conspirators ran the fraudulently obtained credit cards for $1,000 to $5,000 until they reached their limits. When necessary, Irving and his co-conspirators would fabricate and submit false information, receipts, invoices and other documentation to PayPal regarding the fraudulent transactions to further facilitate the fraud.

In total, the co-conspirators stole approximately $1.1 during the conspiracy.

Co-conspirator Raymond Goffney, 38, also of Houston, previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy and aggravated identity theft.