Monthly Archives: January 2015



On Saturday morning, Roswell police responded to a 911 call for Bobbi Kristina Brown.

She was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her home in a Roswell subdivision at about 10:30 a.m.

Police say her husband and a friend found her and started CPR.

When officers got on the scene, they started life-saving measures until EMS arrived.

She was taken to North Fulton Hospital in Roswell.

Police are on the scene investigating.

Brown is the daughter of singers Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston.

Houston passed away nearly three years ago. The Grammy Award winning singer was found unresponsive in a bathtub on the eve of the Grammys in February of 2012.

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deral Investigators, served a search warrant on a business located in the 11500 block of FM 1488, in Magnolia, Texas.

The warrant was part of an on-going investigation involving the trafficking of methamphetamines.  During the execution of the search warrant, evidence was recovered at the scene including 2 handguns, ammunition, drug paraphernalia, and 125 grams of methamphetamine. Four arrests were made as a result of an investigation.

Jason Paul Sheffield (date of birth 06/20/1976)
Charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, (3rd degree felony)
Possession of a controlled substance, (2nd degree felony)

Jessica Mixon (date of birth 09/25/1987)
Charged with possession of a controlled substance, (3rd degree felony)

Elizabeth Weimert (date of birth 07/02/1982)
Charged with possession of a controlled substance, (3rd degree felony)

Nicholas Dickerson (date of birth 06/21/1986)
Charged with possession of a controlled substance, (3rd degree felony)

Information Source:
Lieutenant Brady Fitzgerald
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
Administrative Services


Source: New York Post

When Angela Ihegboro first saw her newborn daughter, she was “speechless.”

“She’s a miracle baby,” the 35-year-old mother said yesterday. “But still, what on Earth happened here?”
What happened is that baby Nmachi is a blond, blue-eyed white baby born to two black Nigerian immigrant parents at a London hospital.

“The first thing I said was, ‘What the flip?’ ” said the father, Ben Ihegboro. “We both just sat there after the birth staring at her for ages — not saying anything.”

He quickly sought to dispel any speculation.

“Of course she is mine. My wife is true to me,” the 44-year-old customer service adviser said. “Even if she hadn’t been, the baby still wouldn’t look like that.”

Genetics experts don’t believe in miracles, but they didn’t have any simple answers to the mystery of baby Nmachi. Instead, they offered three theories:

She’s the result of a gene mutation unique to her. If that is the case, Nmachi would pass the gene to her children — and they, too, would likely be white.

She’s the product of long-dormant white genes, passed on to her by her parents, that might have been carried by their predecessors for generations without surfacing until now.
While doctors have said Nmachi is not an outright albino, or lacking in all pigment, they added that the child may have some kind of mutated version of the genetic condition — and that her skin could darken over time.








Thursday morning seven patrol deputies assigned to the Harris County Toll Road Authority’s Incident Management Division were recognized for their DWI enforcement efforts.

Representatives from Mothers Against Drunk Driving were on hand at the special breakfast to honor the deputies, who have each arrested 50 or  more DWI suspects.

Under the command of Assistant Chief Randy Johnson, HCTRA’s Incident Management Division has championed the cause and challenge of getting suspected drunk drivers off the tollroad system.

In 2014,  1,086 DWI/DUI suspects were arrested.

Officials say every arrest of a DWI suspect will  potentially save a life.



Jesse Dunn, 56, of Houston, is set to appear in federal court following the return of an eight-count indictment alleging a fraud scheme in connection with a major disaster, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

The indictment was returned Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. Dunn surrendered to federal authorities this morning and is set to make his initial appearance today before U.S. Magistrate Judge George Hanks at 10:00 a.m.

The eight-count indictment alleges one count of participating in a fraud scheme in connection with a major disaster, one count of making a false statement and six counts of false representations in connection with a major disaster.

Dunn was the president of Aldine Community Care Center Inc. (ACCC), a registered Texas non-profit corporation created on April 29, 2004, according to the indictment. He also served as the president or director of several other Texas non-profit corporations, such as Paraclete Church Ministries Inc.

According to the allegations, Dunn falsified numerous documents to the Small Business Administration (SBA) in order to receive disaster relief funds on behalf of ACCC from approximately September 2008 to December 2010.

Hurricane Ike made landfall on the Texas Gulf Coast on Sept. 13, 2008, at which time former President George W. Bush declared the counties in and around Houston a major disaster area under section 401 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act. Shortly thereafter, Dunn allegedly applied for a loan on two of his properties for disaster relief funds.

The indictment alleges Dunn submitted false invoices to the SBA which resulted in the disbursement of $1,300,800 that was to be used for the repair or replacement of real estate, inventory, supplies, machinery and equipment damaged during the declared disaster. However, Dunn allegedly used a significant portion of the proceeds for his own personal use.

He faces up to 30 years in federal prison and a possible $250,000 fine for each of the false representations charges and the fraud scheme in connection with a major disaster. If convicted of the false statement charge, he will also face up to five years in prison and another $250,000 fine. 

The investigation leading up to the arrest was conducted by the SBA and the FBI. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Suzanne Elmilady and Andrew Leuchtmann are prosecuting the case.





Harris County District Clerk Chris Daniel and Sheriff Adrian Garcia will launch the new jury wheel, the random process for selecting jurors during the next four years or so.

Those who performed jury service during the past four years may be called again with the launching of the new wheel.

Several judges will be on hand to discuss the importance of jury service to the nation’s justice system.

District Clerk Daniel oversees jury service operations in Harris County. Sheriff Garcia helps oversee the issuing of jury summonses.

When:  Monday Feb. 2 at 9 a.m.  … Photographers may arrive as early as 8:30 a.m. to set up.

Where: Harris County Civil Courthouse

               201 Caroline

               District Clerk’s Fourth Floor Conference Room

               Suite 410

               Houston, TX 77002




Charges have been filed against two suspects arrested in the death of a man at 8711 Town Park #2319 about 9:45 a.m. last Saturday (Jan. 17).

The suspects, Michael Gonzalez (H/m, 18) and Angel A. Mendoza (H/m, 21), are charged with capital murder in the 209th State District Court.  Photos of both suspects are attached to this news release.

The victim, Francisco Garcia, 74, of the above address, suffered blunt force trauma and strangulation.  He was pronounced dead at the scene.  

HPD Homicide Division Senior Police Officer J. Villareal and Officer V. McLean reported:

Houston Fire Department personnel responded to the apartment at the above address regarding a check on welfare call.  Mr. Garcia’s grandson stated Garcia did not show up for work and the family became concerned and drove to his apartment.  Family members found the front door to the apartment was locked, but the patio door was unlocked.  They went inside and found Garcia deceased on the floor near the kitchen area.  No signs of forced entry were found in the apartment.

Family members stated Garcia had recently purchased a gray, 2010 GMC truck, which is missing from the parking lot.  

Further investigation determined Garcia had been killed during a robbery.  The investigation further led to the identification of Gonzalez and Mendoza as suspects in this case.  Gonzalez was subsequently arrested without incident last Friday (Jan. 23) and Mendoza was also arrested without incident on Tuesday (Jan. 27).




Special agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and officers with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have seized since October illegally imported Chinese honey valued at $2.45 million destined for U.S. consumers.

The seized illicit honey that was abandoned or forfeited totals 660 barrels weighing 203,280 kilograms (448,156 lbs.). The containers’ shipping documents indicated the bulk honey originated in Latvia.

HSI and CBP have stepped up efforts regarding commercial fraud investigations that focus on U.S. economic, health and safety interests. Anti-dumping schemes create a divergent market that negatively affects legitimate businesses.

“Helping to ensure a safe food supply is an important component of border security,” said Brian M. Moskowitz, special agent in charge of HSI Houston. “HSI and our law enforcement partners are committed to working together on behalf of the American people to identify and remove potentially dangerous or adulterated products from store shelves to help keep our families safe. We also work to ensure that no one benefits from circumventing U.S. trade and import laws.”

In December 2001, the U.S. Commerce Department imposed anti-dumping duties after determining that Chinese-origin honey was being sold in the United States at less than fair-market value. The duties first imposed were as high as 221 percent of the declared value. Later these duties were assessed against the entered net weight, currently at $2.63 per net kilogram, in addition to a “honey assessment fee” of one cent per pound of all honey.

In 2008, federal authorities began investigating allegations of organizations on the “supply side” of the honey industry that were circumventing anti-dumping duties through illegal imports, including transshipment and mislabeling. In October 2002, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an import alert for honey containing the antibiotic Chloramphenicol, a broad spectrum antibiotic that is used to treat serious infections in humans, that is not approved for use in honey. Honey containing certain antibiotics is deemed “adulterated” within the meaning of federal food and drug safety laws.










Slim Thug and Boss Life Mgmt. invites you to join us Tuesday, January 27th for the private premier screening of Hogg Life: The Beginning Documentary.

Slim Thug’s story is not one of overnight success. Hogg Life: The Beginning, takes it all the way back, even Before Da Kappa. The first of this four part series gives fans true insight into Slim’s life before the fame. Interviews include in depth commentary from his mother, sister, childhood friend and business partner Rico, DJ Michael “5000” Watts, OG Ron C, and E.S.G.

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HCSO robbery investigators are looking for a person of interest in connection to a December 30, 2014 attempted carjacking at an east Harris County gas station in which a customer pumping gas was wounded.

A photo of the person of interest is attached. Investigators would like to talk to the young man; he is not considered a suspect at this time.

The carjacking attempt was captured by surveillance video cameras and can be viewed here:

The suspect approached the victim as he was fueling his red 1985 Toyota 4Runner and demanded his keys at gunpoint. He shot the victim once in the leg and that’s when the victim gave the suspect his keys.

The suspect got into the vehicle but for some reason was not able to drive away in it; he was last seen walking away, heading north on John Ralston Rd.

The victim was transported to LBJ Hospital with a non-life threating gunshot wound to his leg.

The suspect is described as a black male, slender built, approximately 5’5” to 5’6” in height and in his early 20s. He was wearing a two-tone blue hoodie and dark pants.

If you have any information about the person of interest and/or the suspect’s identity or location please call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477), or submit a tip via iWatchHarrisCounty.


The Houston Department of Health and Human Services (HDHHS) will extend weekday business hours at six of its multi-service centers the first two weeks in February, making it easier for uninsured people to get help signing up for a low-cost health plan by the Affordable Care Act’s nearing deadline.

The centers will also open extended hours Saturday, Feb. 7, and the weekend of Feb. 14-15 when the ACA’s second enrollment period comes to a close.

Trained advisors assigned to HDHHS multi-service centers are available to meet with uninsured residents one-on-one. Referred to as counselors and navigators, the advisors help residents who need to explore their insurance options or sign up for a health plan through the ACA’s Health Insurance Marketplace.

Multi-service centers across Houston opening from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. are:

Acres Homes MSC, 6719 W. Montgomery
Denver Harbor MSC, 6402 Market Street
Magnolia MSC, 7037 Capitol Street
Northeast MSC, 9720 Spaulding
Southwest MSC, 6400 High Star
Sunnyside MSC, 9314 Cullen
Uninsured people needing enrollment assistance can set up an appointment with an advisor by calling HDHHS’ ACA call center at 832-393-5423. Appointments are on a first come, first served basis; the last one is set for 7 p.m.

Documents needed to enroll during an appointment include:

Proof of U.S. citizenship: social security number or copy of U.S. passport for all family members
State residency: driver’s license, housing lease or utility bill
Income:  W-2 forms or pay stubs; unemployment or disability; social security, pension and retirement income; or copy of latest tax return
Current health insurance: policy numbers for any current health insurance and information about job-related health insurance
Immigration status or legal residency: Immigration document status numbers.
People needing more information about the Marketplace or enrolling in a health plan can also get their questions answered by advisors at the call center. Houston-area residents have access to 71 insurance plans from which they may choose the coverage level that best fits their budget and health care needs.

Uninsured residents can sign up for a health plan online by visiting or

HDHHS serves as the lead agency for the Gulf Coast Health Insurance Marketplace Collaborative, a group of 18 non-profit agencies it brought together in 2013 to coordinate and facilitate enrollment in the Houston area.



Around 7:15 p.m. Sunday, a Pct. 4 Deputy Constable and two Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a suspicious person call at the Walmart located at 23561 US 59 in Porter. Montgomery County dispatch warned deputies a white male wearing a camouflage jacket was seen donning body armor and circling his SUV, which he also moved several times. The dispatcher also provided the suspect’s parking location


As the Precinct 4 Deputy arrived, he saw the suspect. As he drove toward the suspect, the man opened his car door and began to reach into the vehicle. The MCSO deputies were also approaching and all three officers drew their weapons. The Precinct 4 Deputy told the suspect to place his hands on his face and walk backwards to him. The deputy then patted down the suspect, 27-year-old Christopher Longoria, and found a pistol in his front right pocket. He also removed a hard sunglasses case that was hanging on a lanyard the Longoria was wearing around his neck, and a pill bottle containing Hydrocodone from his shirt pocket. The sunglasses case contained a small digital scale and multiple small clear and colored zip locking plastic bags containing methamphetamine. The vehicle contained multiple boxes of ammunition; a mask; rifle bipods (used to steady when shooting); loose ammunition; and more small plastic bags with methamphetamine residue inside.


The Precinct 4 Deputy had dispatch check Longoria’s criminal history and learned he had two prior felony convictions. Soon after, the deputy noticed Longoria had a blood stain on his camouflage jacket and asked him about it. Longoria told him it was his own blood and that he’d been shot two days earlier. The deputy then called for medics, who checked Longoria and confirmed he had a gunshot wound. They said he would be alright, but might need medication.  Longoria was transported to the emergency room at Kingwood Hospital, where he was checked out and only needed a tetanus shot.

Longoria told deputies the narcotics in his possession were to keep him awake and make sure no one would harm him. He claimed he was shot at a gas station in Harris County and didn’t know the shooter or his motivation.

The evidence recovered included nine Hydrocodone, 52 empty blue small clear plastic bags; 92- 25MM ammunition (including 6 in the magazine in the pistol); a black digital scale; a green lanyard with sunglass case; 16 green small clear plastic bags containing 65.3 grams of methamphetamine; a black body armor plate carrier with no plates; a 25 automatic chrome pistol with full magazine; two LG smart phones; and .40 ammunition.
Christopher Longoria, 27, of Houston (unemployed) is charged with first-degree felony Manufacture / Delivery of a Controlled Substance (penalty group 1) more than 4 grams but less than 200 grams; third-degree felony Possession of a Controlled Substance (penalty group 3) more than 28 grams, but less than 200 grams; and third-degree felony Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by Felon.