DAVID HALL’S FAMILY IS NOW LOOKING FOR CLOSURE!
The family of a state worker hit and killed a year ago by an Aramark manager has filed a lawsuit.
40 year old David Hall was hit while working in downtown Houston last August.
Prosecutors say Aramark manager Ray Wilson was driving drunk after leaving a game at Minute Maid park.
It was there where investigators say Wilson was given free drinks which led to the crash claiming Hall’s life. A lawsuit was filed by Hall’s family today in civil court.
The family is being represented by Houston attorney Matias Adrogue. The lawsuit names Aramark and three bartenders as defendants in the case. As you may remember Wilson was found guilty in the death of Hall just last week. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Aramark issued this statement to The Insite:
“Our sincere sympathies go out to Mr. Hall’s family and friends. We have not yet seen the lawsuit and are therefore not in a position to comment on it.”
-Marc Bruno, President, ARAMARK Sports, Entertainment & Conventions
WANTED IN A MURDER CASE!
Houston homicide investigators are asking for help from the public to find a man who has been charged with the fatal shooting of another man after the two had an apparent drug-related argument.
Hector Sanchez, 26, has been charged with murder by the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office but investigators continue to search for him.
Police say Sanchez shot Donovin Dozier, 24, on Saturday at approximately 1 a.m. at the 5800 block of Maywood Avenue. Dozier was later pronounced dead at Memorial Hermann Hospital, according to the Houston Police Department.
Officers found Dozier with a gunshot wound and witnesses had told investigators that they saw a maroon Chevrolet Astrovan driven away from the site of the shooting.
Anyone with information on this case or on where to find suspect Hector Sanchez is asked to call the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers of Houston at 713-222-8477 (TIPS
INVESTIGATORS WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED!
North Texas authorities are investigating how the skeletal remains of what appears to be
multiple infants ended up at a mobile home park.
Tarrant County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Terry Grisham told Dallas-Fort Worth television station KTVT that the medical examiner and forensic anthropologists are studying the remains found Sunday.
Grisham said authorities are not sure if a crime was committed. Neighbors told the television station that the landowner’s relative found the bones in a garbage bag among items left by a
tenant who had moved out.
The mobile home park is in an unincorporated part of Tarrant County between the cities of Mansfield and Burleson, about 20 miles south of Fort Worth.
ONE OF THE SUSPECTS MAY HAVE SHOT HIS OWN PARTNER!
According to one saying, “crime doesn’t pay,” but a suspected robber paid with his life on Sunday morning.
Houston police say as many as five armed men tried to steal a bill pay machine from an Exxon fuel station at the 700 block of Lathrop Street near Interstate 10 just before 6 a.m. Sunday.
The suspects broke the store window but were apparently startled by the store clerk and ran off in different directions, according to police.
“The possibility is as they were running, the suspects began shooting, 4 or 5 shots were heard,” said Houston Police Department Sergeant David Ferguson. Police believe one of the would-be-robbers bullets struck one of his cohorts in crime and killed him at the site of the alleged attempted crime.
“It reminds me of those videos I see — the world’s dumbest criminals,” said Jenissa Gutierrez, a resident of the Denver Harbor subdivision. Police are looking for several suspects.
POLICE: RYAN JENKINS COMMITS SUICIDE!
Canadian police say fugitive murder suspect Ryan Jenkins has been found dead of an apparent suicide in a motel in British Columbia.
Sgt. Duncan Pound of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police border integrity unit says police responded to a call about a dead person in Hope, east of Vancouver, and then called investigators who were part of the massive manhunt for Jenkins.
The real estate developer and reality show contestant was wanted in California on first-degree murder charges after the mutilated body of his ex-wife Jasmine Fiore was found near Los Angeles.
Jenkins, 32, disappeared last week but his boat was found Wednesday at a marina not far from the U.S.-Canada border south of Vancouver.
Pound says police don’t yet know how long Jenkins was at the motel before his body was discovered.
HAVE YOU SEEN AN EPISODE OF IT YET?
After decades of resisting, prominent Houston pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell is giving in.
The leader of Windsor Village United Methodist Church has decided to venture into television.
“Living the Kingdom Experience” began airing in June in cities throughout the U.S., including on FOX 26.
“Not only did I not think we’d go on television, I never thought I’d be a pastor, but all of this is new to me and I’m excited about it,” said Caldwell.
Caldwell says he will be adding even more stations around the U.S. to carry his television ministry in July. If that is not enough, he is also starting to participate in Twitter and Facebook pages.
IT’S TIME FOR YOU TO GIVE YOUR OPINION!
That ain’t no woman! It’s a man, man!
Track isn’t exactly high on the priority list of U.S. sports fans, but this story might raise a few eye brows. It involves South Africa’s Caster Semenya, an 18-year-old who just won the 800 meters during this week’s IAAF world championships in Berlin, Germany. That alone might not be breaking news. The fact that she did so in dominating fashion as a teenager, also probably isn’t enough to really make waves. But when people question that she might actually be a man. Now that sparks headlines. Dude looks like a lady?
Track’s governing body, IAAF, has asked the South African federation to conduct a gender test on the newly crowned world champ, who cruised to an easy victory in a world-leading 1 minute, 55.45 seconds on Wednesday. The test was actually requested about three weeks ago, after Semenya burst onto the scene by improving her personal bests in the 800 and 1,500 meter races by huge margins. And considering her domination at such a young age, questions have begun to arise worldwide. The verification process is described as very long and very time consuming, but Gunaxin readers can take a quick glance at the picture to the right to make their own determination (Note: the armpit hair doesn’t help). American fans might also be wondering if this type of test should be performed on about half the WNBA.
29 year old Jesse Hamilton was shot and killed morning in Pasadena. The police officer was responding to a domestic call when investigators say he was shot and killed. The suspect is 24 year old Sergio Robles. The suspect was also shot and remains hospitalized. Hamilton was married and has two children, Officer Hamilton, a 4 ½ year veteran of the department is survived by his wife and their two children. Service arraignments are pending. It is times like this that reminds us how our officers put their life on the line each day to protect and serve the citizens of Pasadena. I ask that you keep Jesse’s family in your thoughts and prayers during their time of grief. We ask that the media give the family and the officers some time to grieve and not try to contact family members.