NATIONAL TV SHOW STAR SPOTTED PARTYING IN DOWNTOWN HOUSTON!

OUT ON THE TOWN WITH HIS WIFE!

The Insite spotted national television show Judge Alex in downtown Houston Friday night. He and his wife were attending a birthday party when he posed for the Insite.

Here’s more about the TV Judge:

Former police officer, attorney and Florida Circuit Court Judge Alex E. Ferrer hosts “Judge Alex,” the highly rated court room strip, now in its fourth season, from Twentieth Television. Judge Alex is the only television judge with extensive police, legal and judicial experience, presiding over a wide array of cases, resolving complicated issues with his straight forward approach and cogent rulings.

In October 2008, Judge Alex was voted the most trustworthy face in daytime television and he was recently featured in People Magazine’s “Sexiest Men Alive” issue.

Most recently, Judge Alex served as the Associate Administrative Judge of the Criminal Division of Florida’s Eleventh Judicial Circuit, which services Miami-Dade County.

HOT NEWS LADY OF THE WEEK!

GINA GASTON DROPS BY THE INSITE!

Gina Gaston is the main news anchor at KTRK ABC 13 in Houston. That’s all the Insite needs to say!

DAN IS READY TO GET YOU FIT!

ARE YOU READY TO TAKE YOUR BODY AND HEALTH TO THE NEXT LEVEL?


If you have been spending your time investing in those fad Hollywood diets, save your money. The Insite has the perfect solution for you. You should call my good friend Daniel Malveaux. The fellow Louisianian is a personal trainer and ready to get you in shape. He will help you shed the pounds and leave you wondering exactly how did that happen. Dan has a long list of satisfied clients who are willing to testify to the results they’ve seen. He will take you to Fit Camp, give you the full evaluation you need, and serve as your personal trainer. Can you ask for anything more? Dan will meet you on the battle ground and do war with that body fat that has taken control of the fort. For more information and references make sure you check out his website and go to his Facebook page for those who will stand by his services. That’s Dan’s Fitness!



Contact: danielmalveaux@yahoo.com

A MOST WANTED IN CONROE CAPTURED!

WILLIAM TOWNSEND IS NOW BEHIND BARS!

By: Jamie Nash

One of the county’s most notorious fugitives is back in the Montgomery County Jail after he was arrested by Mexican authorities and released to US law enforcement.

The Texas Rangers intervened on behalf of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and negotiated the transfer of 34-year-old William David Townsend, Jr. from Mexico to the U.S., according to Captain Bruce Zenor of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

In May, 2007, a long-term investigation by the MCSO Special Investigations Unit led to Townsend’s arrest. At the time, the SIU suspected Townsend was involved in a multi-state drug-trafficking operation, a murder and illegal dog and rooster fighting. The Willis resident was arrested while allegedly purchasing 5 kilograms of cocaine in South Montgomery County.

Townsend was charged with aggravated possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), which is an unusual charge that applies only to drugs weighing over 400 grams; second-degree felony illegal investment; state jail felony money laundering; two counts of first-degree felony delivery of a controlled substance and second-degree felony delivery of a controlled substance.

Tabitha Townsend, William’s wife, was subsequently arrested at their residence where SIU Lt. Philip Cash said the couple and several other suspects were trafficking large quantities of prescription pills and large amounts of cocaine. Liberty County law enforcement had also investigated William Townsend’s possible involvement in the death of Thomas Weigner, Jr., a man well-known in the criminal world of dog fighting. Weigner was murdered during a 2006 home invasion, when he was tied up and shot in the leg then allowed to bleed to death. At the time, authorities were investigating a possible link between Townsend, Weigner, and former NFL star Michael Vick.

When arrested by the SIU, Townsend was in possession of $78,000 in cash and over $4,000 more was found in his home, where investigators also seized 12 firearms, surveillance equipment, illegal and prescription drugs including methamphetamine and Xanax. Several of the guns were loaded and easily accessible. One had a high powered scope. ATF agents were called to the scene to remove a fragmentation grenade, which was stored in an ice chest on the front porch.

Montgomery County Animal Control seized numerous fighting roosters and Pit Bulls from Townsend’s residence.

Investigators reported the discovery of evidence Townsend shipped illegal drugs to New York, Tennessee and Pennsylvania, and that money was shipped back to Texas, in addition to links to East Coast street gangs and drug dealers in Montgomery and surrounding counties.

In November of 2008, Townsend was released on nearly $300,000 bond with the help of three co-signers. On January 11, 2008, he failed to appear at a scheduled court hearing and 4A Bail Bonds realized Townsend was gone. Despite offering a $10,000 reward, the bonding company was unable to locate Townsend. The closest they came to the truth was probably when they reportedly heard rumors Townsend fled to Mexico, which is where he was ultimately found.

From 2006 to present, agencies involved in investigating Townsend included the MCSO, FBI (Beaumont office), Liberty County Sheriff’s Criminal Investigation Division, the Texas Rangers, Texas Department of Public Safety aircraft Division, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Conroe DPS Narcotics Division and the Montgomery County SWAT team.

Zenor said he received a call around 9 a.m. on Wednesday saying Townsend was back in Texas. By 2 p.m. the MCSO SWAT Alpha Team was en route to Laredo where they arrived late that night. At 6 a.m. on Thursday, they took custody of Townsend at the Webb County Jail and headed back to Conroe. At 12:47 p.m., Townsend was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on six warrants for felony bond forfeiture.

Jamie Nash can be reached at jnash@montgomerycountynews.net.

IS YOUR CAR ON THE LIST?

The following is a rundown of the “Top 10” makes of vehicles stolen during the month of May 2009.

1. Ford Trucks 162

2. Honda Cars 154

3. Chevrolet Trucks 139

4. Dodge Trucks 96

5. Chevrolet Cars 55

6. Ford Cars 52

7. Toyota Cars 50

8. Dodge Cars 40

9. GMC Trucks 33

10. Nissan Cars 28

HERE’S WHY I CAN’T GET A GOOD STORY FROM COUNCILMAN JARVIS JOHNSON – HE HAS HIS OWN BLOG NOW!

LOOK WHO’S REPORTING THE NEWS NOW!

I was wondering why the well was running dry for the Insite at Councilman Jarvis Johnson’s office. I’ve just learned he has his own blog where he actually reports on many of the issues affecting his district. It’s a good looking blog that I will now add to my favorites. But a warning to the Council member, a lawyer should never represent himself and a doctor should never perform his own surgery. That means a City Councilman should never report his own news, so please leave that to The Insite. I’ll accept your news tips Mr. Johnson if you apologize for starting your own blog. All jokes aside, good job sir!

RONALD GREEN AND FRIENDS!

THE MAN WHO WANTS TO BE THE NEXT CITY CONTROLLER!













Dozens of people came out Thursday afternoon to support their candidate of choice for Houston City Controller. That man is Ronald Green. The attorney turned city councilman is hoping to move one step up the political ladder by vying for the position of Controller. Green held his fundraiser at a local art gallery where he mingled with guests. Guests who dined on finger foods and were treated to lots of drinks. Some of the people attending the event: Ronald Green, Jermaine Patterson, David Anderson La Chanda Jenkins, Tristen Sutton, Sean Roberts, John Guess, John Guess, John Guess, Chris Brown Kelvin Randall, Tiffany Bankston, Harwood Taylor, Venus Ruben and many more!