Collector Mike Sullivan wants to ensure Harris County drivers are aware of the issue concerning their vehicle registration notice.
According to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, two million vehicle registration renewal notices were mailed to customers on March 2, 2015 for their April renewals. From those notices, around 320,000 were printed with an incorrect inspection fee of $0.00 when a fee should have been printed. This only affects a select number of the April renewals.
“We don’t know how many Harris County drivers have been affected by this error, but my office is currently investigating the issue with the support of TxDMV staff,” said Mike Sullivan.
Affected drivers will receive a correct vehicle registration renewal and a notice in the mail from the TxDMV stating:
Dear Customer: Please use the enclosed registration renewal notice when renewing your vehicle registration. The notice we sent to you earlier this month was printed with an incorrect fee and should be discarded. You are receiving a corrected renewal notice that displays the fee amount that is actually owed. You may disregard this notice if you have already received your registration sticker. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have questions, please contact 1-888-DMV-GOTX (1-888-368-4689).
“If you have received your April vehicle registration renewal notice and have concerns if it is correct, please contact the TxDMV at 1-888-DMV-GOTX (1-888-368-4689),” said Mr. Sullivan.
Houston City Councilman Michael Kubosh and Councilman CO Bradford have filed paperwork for a special City Council meeting for Friday at 10 am. They want to vote on this new agreement between Mayor Annise Parker and the Firefighters’ pension. Kubosh says if they have a quorum they will vote up or down on the proposed agreement. He says there will also be time for public speakers and they want to hear from City Controller Ronald C. Green and Mayoral candidates like Sylvester Turner and others. Stay tuned!
A FORMER HISD STUDENT IS NOW BEHIND BARS AFTER INVESTIGATORS SAY HE RAPED A CLASSMATE ON CAMPUS.
THE FACTOR HAS LEARNED 20 YEAR OLD ALEXANDER COULTON PEREZ WAS BOOKED INTO THE HARRIS COUNTY JAIL FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A MINOR.
RECORDS SHOW HE SEXUALLY ASSAULTED A 14 YEAR OLD FEMALE STUDENT ON CAMPUS AT WESTSIDE HIGH SCHOOL BACK WHEN HE WAS 18 IN OCTOBER 2013. THE ALLEGED VIXTIM DIDN’T REPORT THE INCIDENT UNTIL FEBRUARY 2014. NOW THE LAW IS JUST CATCHING UP…
BY THE WAY, SOURCES SAY PEREZ’S MOTHER WAS ALSO ARRESTED AT THEIR HOME IN KATY BECAUSE SHE HAD OPEN WARRANTS…
The Harris County District Attorney’s Office has accepted criminal charges against a former Westside High School student following an HISD Police investigation into reports that he sexually assaulted a fellow student in 2013.
Alexander Perez is facing a charge of sexual assault of a child under the age of 17. Perez was arrested by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, one day after a criminal warrant was issued. The charge relates to an incident that took place after school on the school grounds in October 2013. The incident was reported in February 2014. HISD Police conducted a thorough investigation and presented the findings to the District Attorney’s Office last week.
HISD takes situations such as these very seriously, as the safety of our students is always our absolute top priority.
Harris County Sheriff’s Office investigators arrested four people in connection to an identity theft ring operating in East Harris County.
The investigation was initiated by internal investigators employed by an area bank who noticed a large number of credit cards being shipped to one address.
The HCSO’s Financial Crimes Unit followed up on the information, and on March 2, 2015, the Harris County District Attorney’s Office presented charges against Crystal Ballinger, Cody Ligori, Tina Harrington, and Kenneth Grimet. All four were indicted by a grand jury for First Degree Felony Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity relating to fraudulent possession of identifying information. Their photos are attached.
The victims’ identifying information was stolen through purse snatchings and burglaries committed in Harris County. Approximately 200 victims and more than 300 pieces of identifying information were linked to the defendanst in this case.
The HCSO’s Financial Crimes Unit is dedicated to identifying and capturing perpetrators of identity theft.
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office recommends that all citizens obtain a free annual credit report and monitor their bank and credit card statements regularly. If you notice any unauthorized transactions contact your credit card company and make a police report immediately.
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The City of Conroe is launching a local bus service, Conroe Connection. It will run Monday through Friday, from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. We will start service January 26, 2015. Check back with us for updates on our progress and more information.
The Conroe Connection bus service will have one hour headways meaning a bus will be at each bus stop hourly.
Conroe Connection will run along Frazier, from North Loop 336 at Wal-Mart and Lowe’s to South Loop 336 at Lone Star Family Health and the Conroe Regional Medical Center. We’ll also loop around the Dugan area. All stops will be identified by bus stop signs. Please do not try to flag the driver down at any location other than a bus stop.