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The first Isiah Factor Uncensored….41 year old woman uses her 9 year old daughter to sell cocaine in Waller County… Investigators also say she rented the little girl out for $10 dances with drunk men at local nightclub…exclusive on the Factor!

IT’S A STORY WE FIRST BROKE ON THE ISIAH FACTOR UNCENSORED TODAY…A MOTHER ACCUSED OF TEACHING HER DAUGHTER TO SELL DRUGS….AND THAT’S NOT ALL.

41 YEAR OLD SYLVIA TIJERINA HAS BEEN BOOKED ON DRUG AND CHILD ENDANGERMENT CHARGES IN WALLER COUNTY.

PROSECUTORS SAY SHE USED HER 9 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER TO SELL COCAINE OUTSIDE A HEMPSTEAD NIGHTCLUB.

THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY THERE ALSO SAYS THE WOMAN ALSO RENTED HER DAUGHTER OUT FOR ANOTHER PURPOSE.

Elton Mathis is the District Attorney in Waller. He says, “Sylvia or like she likes to be called La Pantera was allowing her daughter to dance with intoxicated patrons at the club I believe for $10 a pop.”

Waller County Narcotics investigator Captain Brian Cantrell was outraged by the arrest. He says,
“I’ll be Frank once I saw the video as a father it really upset me and discourage me that this mother placed this child in a dangerous situation in the middle of a drug deal.”

MATHIS SAYS CHILDREN PROTECTIVE SERVICES IS ALSO INVESTIGATING THE CASE AND THE PANTHER IS BEING HELD ON A 100-THOUSAND DOLLAR BOND.

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A Houston mother sent me an email asking me to get out information about a blood drive this weekend. Megann Lundquist says her daughter Katelynn Jones was diagnosed with a blood disease in April. As a result the Prairie View A&M College student has undergone blood transfusions every four weeks. To help address the need for blood Lundquist is having a blood drive. Her note is below and make sure you get involved with the effort to save lives.

Email:

Hi Isiah.

I’m having a blood drive this Saturday in honor of my daughter Katelynn who came down with a blood disorder in April.  She is a freshman at Prairie View and is receiving blood transfusions every 4 weeks. I will have food, drinks, dj and serval artist from Houston to support us Saturday.  I would like you to come out and join us and tell the city we need  blood donors.  It is from 2 to 6pm.

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One has been found guilty while another gets at least an extra month to mount his defense.

That’s the latest in the criminal case involving two former Conroe Independent School District employees.

They were intially arrested in 2013 for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

According to court records and criminal indictments former Conroe ISD police officer Christopher Sutton and Conroe ISD contract sports referee Brian Ortiz both had sex with a male student who attended Caney Creek High School.

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Ortiz was set to go to trial this week but the case was reset for November.

In the meantime, Montgomery County First Assistant District Attorney Phil Grant says Sutton was found guilty in his case earlier this month.

Sutton has also filed the paperwork to appeal his conviction.

Investigators say the high school student was 18 at the time of the sexual encounter and they all met using an online dating web app.

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STAN STANART
COUNTY CLERK
Recording the Major Events of Your Life
STANSTANART

NOVEMBER 4, 2014 ELECTION KICKOFF

WHAT: In preparation for Election Day, Harris County Clerk Stan Stanart and his staff will inform the media and voters of Harris County about the key items they need to know to be prepared for the November 4, 2014 General Election.
“Election Season has begun. Join us and find out what you need to know to vote in Harris County,” said Harris County Clerk Stanart.

WHEN: 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, September 24, 2014

WHERE: Metropolitan Multi-Services Center, 1475 West Gray St, Houston, Texas 77019

WHO: Stan Stanart, Harris County Clerk and Chief Election Official, is responsible for conducting elections in Harris County.

WHY: With more than two million registered voters in Harris County, it is important that voters in the third largest county in the nation are made aware of everything they need to know to vote, including Photo ID law requirements, voting by mail, early voting locations, where to vote on Election Day, and how to obtain their personal sample ballot.

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The People’s Law School will convene on Oct. 4 at the University of Houston Law Center campus offering free classes on legal rights and answers to many basic legal questions.

 

“The People’s Law School is the oldest and most successful law program for the layperson in the country,” said Richard M. Alderman, longtime professor and director of the Center for Consumer Law at UH Law Center.  “When it comes to the law, knowledge really is power. The People’s Law School won’t make you an attorney, but it will help you settle disputes and avoid problems. Whether you are buying a car, preparing a will, dealing with a debt collector or in a dispute with your neighbor, knowing your legal rights can make a difference.”

 

Classes will be held from 9 a.m. until noon, Saturday, Oct. 4, in Krost Hall at the Law Center on the main campus of the University of Houston. Although there is no charge for the People’s Law School, pre-registration is required and attendance is limited to the first 1,000 people. Registration officially opens Sept. 24. To register go to, www.peopleslawyer.net

 

Over the years, more than 50,000 people have attended the program co-sponsored by the Center for Consumer Law and the Houston Bar Association. Volunteer lawyers, judges, and law professors, will teach courses in 14 different areas of law, including business law, tax, employment, health insurance, consumer law, credit and debt collection, wills and estates, family law, insurance law, landlord tenant law, small claims court, social security and how to deal with an attorney. There will even be a class on how you can find the law on the Internet.

Each person may choose three classes and attendees will receive comprehensive written materials to supplement the classes.

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The Factor has learned a veteran CyFair ISD police officer is now the target of an internal investigation.

That officer according to sources allegedly asked a woman to have sex with him after a traffic stop during the summer just before school began.

Our source says that woman later came forward and filed a complaint against the veteran officer alleging he forced her to have sex.

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Nicole Ray, spokesperson for CyFairISD, confirms the investigation and says once they received the complaint they placed the officer on leave while they investigated the case.

Here’s the statement from CyFair:

The incident is currently under investigation.

When the allegation was brought forth, the officer was immediately placed on administrative leave. 

Thank you,

Nicole Ray

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The Factor has learned there is an Office of Inspector General investigation underway at the Houston Emergency Center.

It’s where your 911 calls are directed in the city of Houston and Harris County.
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Our sources say this probe centers on possible time card fraud, employees’ background checks, and the unauthorized use or abuse of city issued credit cards called P-Cards.

This investigation by the Office of Inspector General has already resulted in the termination of a high ranking official at HEC center back in July.

The city employee union – HOPE – confirms some of their members may be a target in the probe.

Janice Evans with the Mayor’s office declined to comment on the OIG probe.

Stay tuned for more details!

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The Dallas Police Department is searching for Theodore Moore, diagnosed with a Cognitive Impairment, Black, Male, 75 years old, DOB 05/15/1939, HEIGHT 5’ 10”, WEIGHT 140 lbs, Black Hair, Brown Eyes, wearing Gray Shirt and Blue Pants. Has an earring in left ear.

The senior citizen was last seen at 10:30 PM, 09/20/2014 at 4527 Idaho Ave., Dallas, TX 75216, driving a Blue, 1998 Honda Civic with TX License Plate 19B4720.

Law enforcement officials believe this senior citizen’s disappearance poses a credible threat to HIS own health and safety.

If you have any information regarding this missing senior citizen, contact the Dallas Police Department at214-671-4268.