The highly anticipated film, “Signed, Sealed & Delivered”, directed by Houston’s newest independent Christian filmmaker, Fredrick Alanzo, makes it to the big screen! Once a stageplay that was unsuccessful at its first premiere back in 2005, the film has taken a turn for the better—-selling out before its October 25th premiere located at Willowbrook AMC 24, 17145 Tomball Pkwy, Houston, TX 77064 at 7:00pm.
Attendees can expect a red carpet experience, Q&A and meet & greet with the director and actors.
A drug-related drama surrounding King-Pin, Mack Biggs, played by actor and Houston’s own Jay Barnett, Mack Biggs sets out to share the Gospel of Christ after serving 10 years of his 30 year prison sentence…due to drug trafficking, money laundering & attempted murder. Now a professed Christian, Mack Biggs comes home without notice….to only be set up for the unexpected! How will it affect his faith in God? And how will he pass the test to prove to others that he has truly been delivered?
Film director Fredrick Alanzo (also writer and producer of the film) endeavors to share the story of betrayal, love, redemption, and forgiveness– working with upcoming actors/actresses in the Houston area. Well-known actress Cherie Johnson of the hit sitcoms “Punky Brewster” & “Family Matters is also featured in the film. The film is scheduled to premiere also in Dallas, TX on Nov. 15th and Atlanta, GA on Dec. 6th.
HE’S DESCRIBED AS AN ARROGANT MAN WHO TOLD POLICE IF YOU FIND MY D-N-A THEN COME AND TALK TO ME…
29 YEAR OLD CONRAD HARGEST IS OUT ON BOND AFTER BEING CHARGED WITH RAPING A 91 YEAR OLD WOMAN IN HER HOUSTON APARTMENT. INVESTIGATORS SAY HARGEST BROKE INTO THE
SENIOR CITIZEN’S UNIT BACK ON OCTOBER 1ST AND TOLD HER HE WAS THERE FOR THE SEX. INVESTIGATORS SAY THEY HAVE SURVEILLANCE VIDEO OF HARGEST AT THE COMPLEX – AND WHEN CONFRONTED WITH THAT COURT RECORDS SHOW HARGEST TOLD INVESTIGATORS YOU DON’T SEE ME GOING INTO HER APARTMENT AND CONTACT ME WHEN YOU HAVE MY D-N-A.
You can expect another media circus in Montgomery County, Texas this November 4th.
That’s when suspended Minnesota Vikings star player Adrian Peterson will be back in court for his pre-trial hearing.
A check of court records show the date is now set in stone.
UPDATE: Recusal hearing set for Wednesday at 10 am in the 221st in Conroe!
However, there is still no date on the calendar for the recusal hearing of Judge Kelly Case.
Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon is asking for the Judge to be removed from the case because he admitted calling Ligon and Peterson’s attorney media whores.
In the meantime, Judge Case filed a motion declining to step down from the case.
The drama continues…
The Factor is hearing some high schools may be getting tough on students who are joking and claiming to have Ebola. A school administrator, who didn’t want to be identified, said some students are claiming to have the deadly virus and then they’ll spit on another student. That administrator says he has vowed to suspend any student on his Houston campus caught making the threat. He says his concern is more about the student spitting on a classmate than the claims of having Ebola. That administrator says it has happened at other local schools but he will not tolerate it on his campus.
Houston Police Chief Charles A. McClelland, Jr., today (Monday, Oct. 13) welcomed 65 men and women to Cadet Class #221 at the HPD Training Academy and shared his and the department’s expectations as they begin a rigorous 26-week training regimen to become Houston police officers.
The cadets intently listened as Chief McClelland discussed HPD‘s three core values of Honor, Integrity and Respect.
Photos of Chief McClelland in the classroom and congratulating the cadets following his address are attached to this news release.
Harris County District Clerk Chris Daniel and the FBI in Houston urged southeast Texas residents not to be duped by con men who pose as police officers and demand that callers pay fines for purportedly missing jury service.
A local resident was recently tricked out of $250 by such a phone scam. The scam died down after it started occurring late last year, but it has recently resurfaced in Houston and dozens of others states, prompting Daniel and the FBI to warn the public.
Harris County District Clerk Chris Daniel said he requested the FBI’s help in investigating the crimes because “these criminals are giving jury service a black eye. Innocent, hard-working people have been tricked into giving these con artists money. They need to be behind bars.”
FBI Special Agent in Charge Perrye K. Turner, head of the FBI’s Houston office, said one of the best ways to curb the scam is to inform the public not to fall prey to it.
“We’ve seen variations of this scam hit unsuspecting residents across the country,” Special Agent Turner said. “These scammers are using fear and intimidation to pressure victims into paying them money, and they often move from state to state very quickly to avoid detection. Educating yourself on the latest scams is the best defense, and remember – law enforcement authorities will never demand you pay a fine by phone.”
People should report scammers’ calls to the District Clerk’s jury service operation at 713-755-6392 and to your local police or the FBI. Tips to the FBI also may be submitted online at https://tips.fbi.gov. All tipsters may remain anonymous.
GSM Arena: The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is about to make its international debut and already the company is issuing the first software update for the device. The firmware number of the latest update is XXU1ANJ4 and at 36MB it is quite small.
That’s because it’s quite specific and aims at improving battery performance as well as overall stability. In our Galaxy Note 4 review we found out that the phone’s battery does excellently with an endurance rating of 87 hours. With the latest update though, you should expect the Galaxy Note 4 to do even better than that.
Samsung is already distributing the update to all Galaxy Note 4 units and expect it to become instantly available as soon as the phone launches in its respective markets. In the UK, Samsung recently announced the phone will be delayed until October 17and it will cost £575 off-contract.
If you already sport a Galaxy Note 4, then head to the Settings > About Phone > Software update menu and get the latest firmware version for the phone.