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WANTED FOR SEXUALLY ASSAULTING A CHILD!

Crime Stoppers and the Houston Police Department’s Special Victims Division need the public’s assistance locating fugitive David Alcazar, who is wanted for two counts of Sexual Assault of a Child. 

On Tuesday, August 6, 2019, the fugitive sexually assaulted the juvenile victim in the 12000 block of Bissonnet Street in Houston, Texas. During the investigation detectives learned that the fugitive, David Alcazar, sexually assaulted the victim.  

Fugitive David Alcazar is a Hispanic male, 37 years old, approximately 5’05”, 170 lbs., with brown eyes and black hair. The fugitive was last known to be driving a beige Toyota Sienna van and works for an unknown offshore company. 

Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, charging and/or arrest of the suspect in this case. Information may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitted online at www.crimestoppers.org or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app. Only tips and calls DIRECTLY TO Crime Stoppers are anonymous and eligible for a cash reward. 

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SIX FORMER HOUSTON POLICE OFFICERS INDICTED!

A grand jury Thursday indicted six retired Houston Police officers for 17 felonies, determining there was sufficient evidence for the cases to proceed toward trial, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg announced.

The grand jury’s decision comes weeks after the men were charged by prosecutors with crimes uncovered during an ongoing investigation of the Houston Police Department Narcotics Division.

Grand jurors Thursday added two more felony charges against one of the former officers.

The ongoing probe, led by the District Attorney’s Office Civil Rights Division, was prompted by the slayings of a husband, wife and their dog, shot to death by narcotics officers during a botched raid at a home on Harding Street in January 2019.

“These indictments reinforce our decision to prosecute the graft, greed and corruption in this troubled Houston Police division,” Ogg said. “We look forward to presenting all of the evidence in a courtroom to a jury and the people of Harris County.”

The indictments are the next procedural step for the six retired officers, including Gerald Goines, Steven Bryant, three supervisors and a senior police officer, who were charged on July 1.

An indictment is a formal charge handed down after s grand jury comprised of members of the community reviews cases to determine whether there is enough evidence to warrant a criminal charge. Grand jury proceedings are secret by law.

Five of the six former officers were charged with falsifying documentation about drug payments to confidential informants, sometimes with the support of supervisors.

Goines had previously been indicted on charges of felony murder and tampering with government records. Bryant had previously been indicted for tampering with government records.

The other four include: former sergeants Clemente Reyna and Thomas Wood, former lieutenant Robert Gonzales, and former senior officer, Hodgie Armstrong.

The charges stem from allegations that include using false information to get judges to sign search warrants; falsifying time sheets, putting false information in offense reports and falsifying government documents to steal.

As part of the probe, prosecutors have notified hundreds of defendants who were arrested by Goines that there may be problems with their criminal convictions and have asked the courts to appoint lawyers to review their legal options.

The District Attorney’s Office has already reviewed and agreed with defense attorneys in two cases that men convicted because of Goines were actually innocent of the charges.

Indictments for the former officers include:

Officer Gerald Goines – Two counts of felony murder, a first-degree felony punishable by a possible sentence of life in prison. Four counts of tampering with a government record (search warrants) a third-degree felony, one count of aggregate theft by a public servant between $2,500 and $30,000, a third-degree felony. Third-degree felonies are punishable by two to 10 years in prison.

Officer Steven Bryant – One count of aggregate theft by a public servant between $2,500 and $30,000, a third-degree felony.

Two counts of tampering with a government record (confidential informant forms which contain details of money allegedly given to informants for services or buying drugs) a state jail felony. State jail felonies are punishable by six months to two years in state jail

Sgt. Clemente Reyna – Three counts of tampering with a government record (confidential informant forms) a state jail felony. One count of aggregate theft by a public servant between $2,500 and $30,000, a third-degree felony.

Sgt. Thomas Wood – One count of tampering with a government record (confidential informant form) a state jail felony. One count of aggregate theft by a public servant between $2,500 and $30,000, a third-degree felony.

Lt. Robert Gonzales – One charge of misapplication of fiduciary property, a state jail felony, for the reckless handling of HPD money. Gonzales held a position of trust and was required to verify and authorize any expenditures of up to $2,500.

Officer Hodgie Armstrong – two charges of tampering with a government record, (an offense report and a confidential informant form) state jail felonies, one charge of aggregate theft by a public servant, a third degree felony.

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THE DEBATE OVER FACE MASKS AFTER THE DEATH OF HERMAN CAIN!

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DETAILS OF THE NEW STIMULUS PACKAGED RELEASED!

Second Stimulus Check Details

While the exact language has to be worked out, if the second stimulus check is the same as the first, this is how it will be structured.

It would give an advance on a refundable tax credit of $1,200 to qualifying Americans plus an additional $500 for dependent children under 17 years old.

The qualification is based on your adjusted gross income:

  • Single filers who earn less than $75,000 a year will get the full benefit. Those who earn more will see their check reduced by 5% of the amount they earn over $75,000.
  • Joint filers who earn less than $150,000 a year will get the full benefit. Those who earn more will see their check reduced by 5% of the amount they earn over $150,000.

This is lower than what was proposed by the Heroes Act but since it matches the amounts of the Cares Act, anyone who received a check from the first stimulus check would receive the same one for the second stimulus check.

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IS PRESIDENT TRUMP’S OPERATION LEGEND ABOUT LAW AND ORDER OR POLITICS?

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FREE MEALS DELIVERED MONDAY BY HISD!

HISD to deliver student meals to families at three apartment complexes in Wheatly HS feeder pattern

July 23, 2020 – Beginning Monday, the Houston Independent School District will deliver a weeks’ worth of student meals directly to three apartment complexes with large concentrations of students in the Wheatley High School feeder pattern.

Offered through Nutrition Services Houston Eats catering service, the delivery service will be provided through August as a complement to the district’s curbside summer meals program.

The program is open to students who are between the ages 1 to 18 and live in the apartment complexes where the food is being delivered. Participants do not have to be enrolled in HISD schools.

  • Mondays: Kennedy Place Apartments, 3100 Gillespie St.
  • Tuesdays: Kelly Village Apartments, 3118 Green St.
  • Wednesdays: Clayton Homes, 1919 Runnels St.

Meals will be distributed from 1 to 3 p.m. on a first-come, first-served basis. Students, parents, or adult family members may pick up the meals, but all families must maintain physical distancing during pick up.

While the program is currently offered at three apartment complexes, additional locations may be added based on need.

For the most updated list of distribution sites and times, visit HoustonISD.org/SummerMeals.

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HOUSTON MILLIONAIRE ATTORNEY TONY BUZBEE GETS ENGAGED!

CONGRATULATIONS TO HOUSTON ATTORNEY TONY BUZBEE.

HE ANNOUNCED ON HIS FACEBOOK PAGE HIS GIRLFRIEND SAID YES TO GETTING MARRIED.

THE HAPPY COUPLE WERE VACATIONING IN THE BAHAMAS WHEN BUZBEE APPARENTLY POPPED THE QUESTION.

NO WORD JUST WHEN THEY WILL OFFICIALLY TIE THE KNOW.

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SHOULD HE RESIGN AFTER CALLING A FELLOW CONGRESSMEMBER A F**KING B***H?

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez just ripped into a colleague who allegedly called her a “f***ing b*tch” after a heated debate over a crime bill, saying she is someone’s daughter and by not squarely apologizing, he is not a decent man.

AOC took to the House floor Thursday with an impassioned speech on the impact the words of Rep. Ted Yoho (R-Florida) had on her, her family and other women.

The congresswoman choked up when she said she’s glad her dad, who is not alive, did not hear Yoho’s comments. But, she says, her mom did, and what Yoho said cuts to the core.

Yoho offered an apology — of sorts — Wednesday, saying he regretted “the abrupt manner of the conversation,” but never apologized for the words attributed to him by others. He had earlier denied saying it, but some people on the floor say they heard it, loud and clear.

AOC offered this … everyone says things they regret from time to time, but when the words go beyond decency, a decent person apologizes, and Yoho did not.

She also took issue with Yoho’s comment that he has 2 daughters. AOC said she’s someone’s daughter too, although Yoho didn’t seem to care.

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WHEN ANGER LEADS TO MURDER!

Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the fatal stabbing of a man at 5300 Coke Street about 8 p.m. on Wednesday (July 22).

The suspect, Lloyd Dewayne Jackson (b/m, 52), is charged with murder in the 230th State District Court.  A booking photo of Jackson is attached to this news release.

The identity of the victim, 49, is pending verification by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.

HPD Homicide Division Detectives K. Collier, J. Stroble and R. Watson reported:

A witness stated the victim and Jackson got into a confrontation in an apartment at the above address that escalated when Jackson stabbed the victim several times and then fled the scene.  Jackson later returned and was taken into custody without incident.

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THE REAL LIFE ISLAND OF NO RETURN!