We can confirm Wayne Dolcefino has been involved in a car accident near San Angelo. He was travelling for his Investigative Consulting Firm. At this time, we know he survived the crash but suffered some injuries. We are unclear as to the extent of those injuries, however we were told he is awake and talking.
His family is asking for privacy while they deal with this situation.
We are coordinating information thorough Dolcefino Consulting and will continue to release information as it becomes available.
Harris County Sheriff’s Office Homicide investigators have charged three men with capital murder in the shooting death of a local North Shore man during a robbery.
Investigators say that on April 05, 2017, Amir Yarbrough, Quincy Thomas and Tyre Hartley met with the victim 29 year old Marquiet Davis in the parking lot of a Carl’s Jr. restaurant located at 15236 Wallisville rd. in east Harris County.
Davis was alone in a vehicle when Yarbrough and Thomas entered the vehicle. Yarbrough then shot the victim and Thomas grabbed a bag on the front seat of the vehicle.
They then both ran to a white Nissan Sentra driven by Hartley and fled the area.
EMS was called but the complainant was pronounced deceased.
Investigators were able to obtain evidence and eyewitness statements that placed all three defendants at the murder scene.
All three men are currently in The Harris County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility with a No Bond and a court date of April 20, 2017, in the 185th District Court.
Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez, who was serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder and was acquitted in a 2012 double slaying last week, has committed suicide in prison.
Hernandez was in a single cell in a general population housing unit, officials said.
He hanged himself using a bed sheet that he attached to his cell window. He also tried to block his door from the inside by jamming the door with various items.
Lifesaving techniques were attempted on Hernandez, and he was taken to UMASS Leominster, where he was pronounced dead at 4:07 a.m., according to Christopher M. Fallon, of the Massachusetts Department of Correction.
The Massachusetts State Police is investigating.
The 27-year-old Hernandez was serving a life sentence in the 2013 killing of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd.
A jury found Hernandez not guilty of first-degree murder in the killings of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado last week.
Hernandez, 27, grew up in Bristol, Connecticut, and played for the Patriots from 2010 to 2012. About six weeks after Furtado and de Abreu were killed, Hernandez signed a five-year, $40 million contract with the Patriots and went on to play another season before Lloyd was killed.
He was cut from the team shortly after he was arrested in Lloyd’s killing in June 2013. He was not charged in the 2012 killings until 2014.
President George H. W. Bush was admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital on Friday for observation due to a persistent cough that prevented him from getting proper rest. It was subsequently determined he had a mild case of pneumonia, which was treated and has been resolved. President Bush is in very good spirits and is being held for further observation while he regains his strength.
Harris County Sheriff’s Office homicide investigators are seeking the public’s help in locating an individual connected to two shooting deaths that occurred on Monday and another shooting that happened Tuesday morning.
Russell Cormier, 53, is considered to be an ongoing threat to the public.
Cormier is charged with the murder of his estranged wife, 61-year-old Fannie McWhite, at approximately 6 a.m. on Tuesday, April 17 in the 12300 block of Greencanyon Drive.
Cormier fled McWhite’s residence in a black Toyota Tundra pickup and drove to a residence in the 600 block of Shotwell in northeast Houston.
There he collected some belongings and set the trailer in which he was living in on fire.
Cormier then drove to a business located in the 12200 block of Kindred Street, where he waited for a 60-year-old male and shot him as he drove up to report for work.
Cormier then fled t he scene.
On Tuesday morning, at around 4:30 a.m., Cormier returned to a neighbor’s home on Shotwell Street and confronted a male who lived in the home.
Cormier is suspected of shooting the male one time and fleeing the scene. The male victim is in stable condition.
The Houston Police Department are investigating the shooting on Shotwell street.
Russell Cormier is described as an African American male, 6 feet in height and weighing 160 pounds.
He was last seen driving a late 2000 model Dodge Stratus, black in color and missing the front driver-side hub cap.
Russell Cormier is considered armed and extremely dangerous.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Russell Cormier is urged to call the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Homicide unit at 713-247-9100
Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the charging and/or arrest of the suspect in this case. Information may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477) or submitted online at www.crime-stoppers.org. Tips may also be sent via a text message by texting the following: TIP610 plus the information to CRIMES (274637). All tipsters remain anonymous.
Charges have been filed against a suspect wanted in the fatal shooting of a man at 4409 Dowling about 1:45 a.m. on Dec. 19, 2016.
The suspect, Mark Joshua Hall (b/m, 28), is charged with murder in the 339th State District Court for his role in the killing of Untorio Japelle Jones, 39, of Houston.
A photo of Hall is attached to this news release.
HPD Homicide Division Sergeant H. Garcia and Officer K. McDonald reported:
Mr. Jones was inside the D-Bar nightclub at the above address when he and another male (Hall) began arguing. During the argument, Hall produced a pistol from his waistband and fired multiple times at Jones, who died at the scene. Hall then fled immediately after the shooting.
Hall has relatives in Louisiana and is believed to be in that state.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mark Joshua Hall is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
He was 57.
The funnyman passed away Wednesday morning at a New York City hospital, TMZ reported, citing his manager. He had been undergoing chemotherapy.
Murphy earned a tremendous fan base as a writer for “Chappelle’s Show,” on which he frequently appeared in sketches alongside star Dave Chappelle.
He had a recurring segment on the Comedy Central series called “Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories,” which featured him comically recalling his unfortunate interactions with major 1980s stars such as Prince and Rick James when he was a member of his brother’s crew.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Billy Wayne Gilliland, 58, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a cash reward up to $7,500 is now being offered for information leading to his capture. Gilliland, a confirmed member of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas gang, is wanted for parole violation and evading arrest/detention with a vehicle. All tips are guaranteed to be anonymous.
Gilliland received a life sentence for murder in Liberty County in the 1980s, and was released on parole in March 2014. In October 2016, Gilliland absconded from the halfway house where he was placed in Del Valle, Texas. Gilliland has ties to Liberty County, and also to the cities of Baytown, Conroe and Midway. His criminal history also includes convictions for escape, burglary and drug charges. For more information or updates in the event of his arrest, see his wanted bulletin at: www.dps.texas.gov/Texas10MostWanted/fugitiveDetails.aspx?id=358.
Gilliland is 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 180 pounds. Gilliland has numerous tattoos on his back, chest, arms and left shoulder. He also may wear glasses.
Texas Crime Stoppers, which is funded by the Governor’s Criminal Justice Division, offers cash rewards to any person who provides information that leads to the arrest of one of the Texas 10 Most Wanted fugitives or sex offenders. So far in 2017, Texas Crime Stoppers has paid $15,000 in total rewards for anonymous tips that resulted in arrests.
To be eligible for the cash rewards, tipsters must provide information to authorities using one of the five following methods:
- Call the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-252-TIPS (8477).
- Text the letters “DPS” – followed by your tip – to 274637 (CRIMES) from your cell phone.
- Submit a web tip through the DPS website by selecting the fugitive you have information about, and then clicking on the link under their picture.
- Submit a Facebook tip at http://www.facebook.com/texas10mostwanted by clicking the “SUBMIT A TIP” link (under the “About” section).
- Submit a tip through the DPS Mobile App. The app is currently available for iPhone users on the Apple App Store: (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/texas-dps/id902092368?mt=8) and for Android users on Google Play: (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microassist.texasdps&hl=en).
All tips are anonymous – regardless of how they are submitted, and tipsters will be provided a tip number instead of using a name.
DPS investigators work with local law enforcement agencies to select fugitives for the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitive and Sex Offender lists. You can find the current lists – with photos – on the DPS website at http://www.dps.texas.gov/texas10mostwanted/.
Do not attempt to apprehend these fugitives; they are considered armed and dangerous.
Nearly 5,000 summer jobs and internships are being made available for Houston youth between the ages of 16-24. Students will work up to 40 hours a week for at least seven weeks, earning at least $8 an hour. Applications may be submitted at www.hirehoustonyouth.org. In addition, there will be six on-the-spot hiring events scheduled through mid-June.
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo welcomed dozens of police recruits to their first day of training in the department’s 232nd Police Academy Cadet Class.
The cadets will undergo 26 weeks of rigorous training prior to graduation.
With officers retiring and many vacancies HPD is welcoming the new class and looking for more recruits…