It’s been more than two weeks and a Hempstead High School teacher remains locked up behind bars in Austin County.

Prosecutors confirm 42 year old Rachel Pfeffer was arrested on five charges related to possession of Methamphetamine. 

She was taken into custody on March 3 and was charged in Austin and Washington counties.

Our sources say there will be a special item on the Hempstead School Board’s agenda tonight to address her future with the district as a special needs educator at Hempstead High School.

Pfeffer is being held on a $200,000 bond for all of her charges.


If you did a double take after seeing a guy with long blond hair in Montgomery County then yes it was him.

Residents and prosecutors in Montgomery County confirm reality star Dog the Bounty Hunter has been shooting his round up the fugitives show all over the area.

One local photographer says Dog is wrapping up the shoot this week but he has been from Conroe to Trinity shooting at various locations like bail bonds offices and pawn shops.

No word when the episode will air.


A 1999 Texas City High School graduate and Texas City, Texas native is currently serving with the U.S. Navy’s Strike Fighter Squadron 122, also known as the “Flying Eagles”, stationed at Naval Air Station Lemoore.

Petty Officer 1st Class Joshua Watts is an aviation structural mechanic with the squadron, which the Navy designates as VFA-122, and works with the Navy’s most lethal and versatile strike fighter aircraft, the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet.

“I work with flight controls, landing gear, and hydraulics,” said Watts.

The Super Hornet takes off from and lands on Navy aircraft carriers and is capable of conducting air-to-air combat as well as air-to-surface combat. It is approximately 61 feet long, has a loaded weight of 51,000 lbs., and a max speed of 1,190 miles per hour.

Operating from the sea aboard aircraft carriers, the Super Hornet gives the Navy the power to protect America’s interests anywhere, at any time. The versatile jet has the ability to destroy targets located hundreds of miles inland, without the need to get another country’s permission to operate within its borders.

“I like working with such a diverse group of Sailors,” said Watts.

Watts said he is proud of the work he is doing as part of the squadron’s 1140-member team, helping to protect America on the world’s oceans.

“My job is important because it contributes to keeping the aircraft safe and reliable,” said Watts. I also train and mentor junior Sailors.”

Sailors’ jobs are highly varied in VFA-122. Approximately 220 officers, 660 enlisted and 260 civilian men and women make up and keep all parts of the squadron running smoothly — this includes everything from maintaining aircraft airframes and engines, to processing paperwork, handling weaponry, and flying the aircraft.

“The Sailors here are the epitome of a team,” said Cmdr. Ernie Spence, VFA-122’s commanding officer. “Everyone here is professional, skilled in their job, and they are great team players which enables us to accomplish our mission.”

The Flying Eagles are the Navy’s West Coast Fleet Replacement Squadron for the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. They train aircrew and maintainers to prepare them to go to the fleet and join the squadrons that fly the Super Hornet. VFA-122 trained aircrews have flown combat missions in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Inherent Resolve.

“The Navy has allowed me to learn a lot of skills and visit new places. It’s a job with a cause,” said Watts.


On Monday, March 16, 2015, at approximately 2:10 AM, Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division were dispatched to a robbery that had occurred at a business in the 3600 block of College Park Drive, in The Woodlands, Texas.

Upon Deputies arrival, it was reported that two males entered the store, brandished a handgun, and demanded money from the registers and safe.  The employees complied with the actor’s demands giving them an undetermined amount of money.  Reportedly the actors then fled the location. 
A police officer with the Oak Ridge North Police Department witnessed a vehicle travelling at approximately 100 miles per hour on the Interstate 45 South bound main lanes, coming from the direction of the reported robbery.  The Oak Ridge North unit attempted to stop the vehicle, which originally stopped, but then fled into Harris County.  Agencies from Montgomery County and Harris County attempted to stop the fleeing vehicle, when a Harris County Sheriff’s Office unit was able to utilize a spike strip to damage the fleeing vehicles tires.  The fleeing vehicle began to lose control causing the driver to stop the vehicle, where the suspects exited the vehicle in the area of Greenwood Forest and Boyce Springs.  The suspects fled on foot away from the vehicle.  As the suspects exited the vehicle, the plastic bag they were utilizing to carry the weapon believed to be utilized in the robbery, as well as money from the robbery, broke open causing these items to fall to the ground near the suspect vehicle.  The weapon and money was recovered at the scene. 
Multiple units from several agencies, including canine units, were utilized to search the area for the suspects, with no success.  Montgomery County Major Crimes Detectives arrived at both the robbery scene and the suspect vehicle scene.  Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Crime Scene Investigators were called out to the robbery location.  It was discovered that the actor vehicle utilized in the robbery was previously reported as a stolen.  The investigation is on-going and investigators are in the process of reviewing evidence. 
Description of the suspects are two black males, wearing all black clothing, “hoodies”, who had their faces covered
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information to call the Major Crimes Unit at (936) 760-5876 or Montgomery County Crime Stoppers.

Crime Stoppers will pay up to a $1000 cash reward for information leading to an arrest or indictment of a felony crime.  Call 800-392-STOP (7867).  Anonymous tips can also be made through the Montgomery County Crime Stoppers WEB PAGE at

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


By EntertainThis: Spoiler alert! The following contains major spoilers for Sunday night’s episode of The Walking Dead.

As happens pretty frequently on The Walking Dead, one of the main characters fell victim to the zombie apocalypse Sunday night. Noah, played by Tyler James Williams, was killed by walkers in one of the show’s most brutal and graphic death scenes to date. And while both the violence and the loss of Noah were upsetting (we hardly knew the kid!), many fans were taking issue with the fact that show has killed off yet another black character.

Noah is the third black male character to die this season alone, and one of the many black characters to die during the show’s five seasons. And fans were not happy about that fact!


Crime Stoppers and the Houston Police Department need the public’s assistance in identifying two male suspects responsible for an Aggravated Robbery with a Deadly Weapon.

On Tuesday, February 3, 2015, an ATM repair technician, arrived at the Texas Food Mart, at 6301 Jensen Drive, to repair their machine. Once finished, he exited the store and was confronted at his vehicle by two Black males. The males pointed a handgun at the him and demanded his keys. The males assaulted the complainant with the handgun rendering him unconscious. The males were able to take cash from the complainant’s vehicle.

If you have any information about this crime, or any other felony crime, please call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477). 

You never have to give your name, and if your information leads to the criminal’s arrest, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $5,000.

Robert Durst, the subject of a documentary series on HBO, has been arrested in Louisiana based on an out-of-state warrant issued in California.

Durst, 71, was arrested in the New Orleans area on Saturday and was placed in custody in the Orleans Parish jail.

The warrant originated in Los Angeles County in California.


Update: The Medical Examiner will have to call this case along with Waller County investigators.

Fire investigators were on the scene in Waller County Friday afternoon after a body was found in a house that burned down.

Those close to the investigation tell the Factor a person’s body with a gunshot wound to the head was found in the house located in Hockley, Texas.

The Glass Road residence appeared to be set on fire but arson investigators are trying to determine if it is some type of suicide or if someone was murdered and the house was set on fire to cover it up.

The Factor is making calls to investigators to determine exactly what happened in the house.


Support workers at the Houston Independent School District are hitting the road Monday and heading to the capital.

Members of the HESP Union, which includes custodians, bus drivers, and cafeteria workers, are heading to Austin demand higher pay.


Wretha Thomas, President of HESP Union, says her members are making $7.85 to $8.00 a hour to work in area schools.

She says that’s not enough to live on and they’re raising their children in poverty.

Thomas says she would like to see state lawmakers increase their pay to $10.10 an hour.


The Fox hit tv show Empire has become so popular that there will be a college course solely dedicated to the program.

Communications Professor Dr. Serbino Sandifer Walker at Texas Southern University confirms the course.

She says the class, which begins in June 2015, will examine the subject matter of the show.

Walker will teach the course which means Empire will have a whole new crop of viewers at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas.