Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced the Attorney General’s Child Exploitation Unit (CEU) investigators served an arrest warrant on Henry Francis Bunk III, 44, for online solicitation of a minor. This warrant was served at the Uvalde County Jail where Bunk was already being held for violating his sex offender requirements.

CEU investigators executed a search warrant at Bunk’s residence in Utopia, Texas in reference to online solicitation of a minor. The CEU received this case as a request to assist in the investigation from the Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office (UCSO) in which the parents of an 11-year-old girl had reported that Bunk, a registered sex offender, had been communicating with their daughter via an online social networking site.

During the course of an undercover investigation, Bunk initiated communications in a sexually explicit manner with a person he believed to be an 11-year-old child and made arrangements to meet the child for the purpose of engaging in sexual acts. Bunk was arrested by UCSO deputies on a warrant for violating his sex offender registration requirements. CEU investigators conducted an interview with Bunk at the Uvalde County Jail, resulting in Bunk’s confession. Bunk also confessed to chatting in a sexually explicit manner with additional juveniles from two other states via various mobile applications.

“One more dangerous child predator is off the streets and behind bars because of the steadfast work of the law enforcement professionals involved in these investigations,” said Attorney General Paxton. “I am proud of the men and women dedicated to protecting our children and our communities, and my office will continue to seek justice against these offenders who prey on our most vulnerable.”

The Texas Attorney General’s Office works to protect children by taking child predators off the Internet and putting them into jail, proactively seeking out and arresting predators who commit crimes against children using technology and the Internet. The office utilizes the latest technology to track down some of the most profoundly evil predators on the Internet.

Attorney General Paxton urges all parents and teachers to realize the risks our children face online, and take steps to help ensure their children’s safety. For more information on cyber safety, please visit: https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cj/cyber-safety.




The Factor has learned an officer worker at Robert E. Lee High School has been charged with going too far with a student in her school.
The Harris County Sheriff’s office confirms Iris Alfaro is charged with sexual assault of a child between the ages of 14 and 17 years old.
Sources say Alfaro befriended the 16 year old male student at Lee High and performed a sexual act on the child.
HISD removed her from campus earlier this year when the allegations first came to light. Deputy Thomas Gilliland says Alfaro had a no arrest bond
of 3$30,000. She’s due in court next week.


Incident Update
Houston Police Department



DATE: October 23, 2015 7:06:41 AM CDT

UPDATE: Suspects Arrested, Charged in Robbery/Murder Investigations


Charges have been filed against two suspects arrested in three murder/robbery incidents in southwest Houston in October and November 2014.  

The suspects, Eric Foster (b/m, 28) and Sebastian Drayton (b/m, 25), are charged with capital murder in the 208th and 174th State District Courts, respectively.  Photos of both suspects are attached to this news release.  

HPD Homicide Division Sergeants R. Rodriguez, H. Garcia, Officers M. Burrow and W. Gilbert and HPD Robbery Division Sergeant J. Mora and Officer F. Braune reported:  

About 9:15 p.m. on November 11, 2014, two black male suspects attempted to rob Juan Chamorro, 22, and his friend in the parking lot of an apartment complex at 6360 Skyline.  As Chamorro tried to flee, he was shot and killed.  

Through follow-up investigation, the weapon used in the Skyline incident was later linked to the following two robbery/murders:  

9649 South Gessner about 9:30 p.m. on October 31 (victim Daniel Martinez, 34)5900 Rampart about 12:20 a.m. on November 29 (victim Jose Moreira, 32)

All incidents involved at least two black male suspects of similar description who appeared to be targeting Hispanic males in apartment complex parking lots in southwest Houston.  

An investigation linked two robberies on November 28, 2014 at 6005 South Gessner and 8701 Townpark to the murder of Jose Moreira at 5900 Rampart.  Victims in that incident were able to obtain a license plate of the suspects’ vehicle, a gray Dodge Charger.  The vehicle, along with witness statements, identified Sebastian Drayton as a suspect in the three robbery/murders, a double shooting at 6405 West Bellfort on November 9, 2014 in which both victims survived, and eight additional robbery incidents.  Drayton was arrested in December 2014 and found in possession of several stolen articles taken in the armed robberies and the double shooting on West Bellfort.  

Further investigation and evidence from the Skyline murder identified Eric Foster as the second suspect in the murder of Jose Chamorro.  He was arrested on Monday (October 20) by members of the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force.  Foster is believed to be Drayton’s accomplice in most of the other cases, including the murder of Jose Moreira.  

Investigators are asking any additional victims or anyone with additional information in these cases to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600.  


The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO) Board of Directors has voted to approve a new two year contract for current METRO President & CEO Tom Lambert.  The new contract would take effect Nov.1, 2015 with an annual salary of $310,000. 

“I think this contract reflects all the hard work and successes of the agency under the leadership of Chief Lambert, including national recognition naming METRO the top agency in America,” said METRO Chairman Gilbert Garcia.

“It’s my judgment with Tom Lambert’s leadership that we’ve seen a total turnaround in METRO’s responsiveness,” said METRO Board member Jim Robinson.

“I want to thank the Board for your confidence, but I also want to  recognize the entire organization because this a team effort, ” said METRO President & CEO Tom Lambert.  “Where you see cultural changes, focus on customers, and highest of standards, that’s not simply one person.  That’s what we do as an organization.”

The contract would include annual reviews of performance conducted by the board and a buyout provision for termination without cause.  If termination without cause occurred within the first year and a half of the contract, the buyout would be the equivalent of one year’s salary.  If the termination without cause occurred within the last six months of the contract, the buyout would be the equivalent of 50 percent of one year’s salary.

The METRO Board will be working to finalize and execute the contract by Nov. 1.


Mathew Knowles, the legendary, GRAMMY® Award-winning record-label executive and executive producer of top-selling female R&B group Destiny’s Child and father of superstar entertainers Beyoncé and Solange Knowles, will share his knowledge of the entertainment business in a day-long, intensive boot camp on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at Zilkah Hall – The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts.

The boot camp, called The Entertainment Industry: How Do I Get In? offers attendees a fascinating, insider’s view of the entertainment industry from someone who knows it from top to bottom: Knowles has spent more than 20 years in every aspect of the music industry and has a demonstrated and spectacular history of success. The daylong boot camp will allow attendees to tap Knowles’ vast entertainment and music business expertise and leave with real information, contacts and strategies for their own successful entertainment endeavors.


Patrick Quinn, a former Cy-Fair Independent School District Police Officer, pled guilty Wednesday to Official Oppression and was sentenced to one year in the Harris County Jail.


On August 11, 2014, Officer Quinn pulled over a woman driving along Jones Road in Northwest Harris County. He told the woman her insurance had expired and that he smelled marijuana in her car. Quinn then asked her to sit in the back of his

Cy-Fair ISD patrol car while he searched her vehicle. Officer Quinn told the woman he had found drug paraphernalia in her car and threatened to arrest her.  Officer Quinn then told the woman that he had a foot fetish and that he would let her go if she would allow his to smell and lick her feet. The woman told investigators and prosecutors with the Civil Rights Division of the Harris County District Attorney’s Office that when she removed her boots and socks and placed her feet on the passenger seat Officer Quinn told her she had a third option, give him her underwear. The complainant stated she was wearing athletic short under her skirt which she removed and tried to hand to Officer Quinn but that Officer Quinn did not take the underwear and told her she was free to go. 


A subsequent investigation by the Harris County District Attorney’s Office Civil Rights Division located three additional persons stopped by Officer Quinn and subjected to sexual comments and demands. 


“Police officers must be trusted to carry out their duties with the highest level of ethics and character,” said Civil Rights Chief Prosecutor Julian Ramirez. “They cannot be allowed to operate above the law and maintaining the public’s trust in law enforcement is essential.”


“The reality is many victims of this kind of conduct don’t come forward but, because of the courage of the victims who spoke up, Mr. Quinn will never again be able to use a badge to prey on the people he should have been protecting,” said Assistant District Attorney Allison Buess. 


 Patrick Quinn previously worked as a police officer in Victoria, Texas from 2012-2014 and McAllen, Texas from 2011-2012.


A Montgomery County woman is going to prison for 10 years after targeting the person…

Prosecutors say 59 year old Carol Ann Davis was sentenced to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine for retaliating against an FBI agent who testified against her in a past criminal case. 

Davis, who represented her self during the trial, was found guilting in an hour after the retired agent said he received threatening calls along with emails from Davis.

That agent also said Davis targeted his wife and daughter.

The Spring resident is also accused of harassing an Assistant Texas Attorney General and a defense attorney. 


It appears the Sheriff in Waller County still has some detractors who are pushing for his removal from office.

How bad is it?  It’s so bad that someone has posted this Craigs List ad pleading with someone to run against Sheriff Glenn Smith. 

Smith has been the target of scrutiny since Sandra Bland died in the Waller County jail back in July.

The ad says the people of the community need someone that can be a true leader and communicate often with the residents.  


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The lettering work on the exterior of Houston Police Headquarters at 1200 Travis is complete and now bears its official name as the Edward A. Thomas Building.

A photo of the building with its new lettering is attached to this news release. 

In a formal ceremony on July 27, the building at 1200 Travis was renamed in honor of retired Senior Police Officer Edward A. Thomas for his 63 years of exemplary service and dedication to the department.  On August 10, “Mr. Thomas,” as he was affectionately known throughout the department, passed away at the age of 95.

In 1948, Officer Thomas graduated from Cadet Class #1 and received numerous awards, commendations and letters of appreciation during his HPD career. 

Officer Thomas was one of the first African American police officers to join HPD and served during a time of systemic discrimination throughout the department.  However, Mr. Thomas persevered and served with dedication and hard work.  His more than six decades of hard work and courage paved the way for African American and minority officers. 


At the time of his retirement, Mr. Thomas was the most revered and respected officer within the Houston Police Department.



It is with great regret that I have to report that Nicole Zimmerman lost her battle with cancer this morning. She is the young lady who had to get married really soon (2 weeks ago)  because the doctors at MD Anderson said she wouldn’t make it to her original wedding date at the end of the month. Prayers to her new husband Fred, their son and the rest of her family.