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Charges to remain against Texas driver who dodged paying over $5G in tolls with ‘license plate flipper’: cops
A Houston motorist was not quite free to drive off into the sunset on Thursday after a judge found “no probable cause” for the man’s arrest for allegedly using an illegal “license plate flipper” to avoid paying nearly $5,500 in tolls, authorities said.
Harris County deputies search for men who fired shots into Katy home
KATY, Texas — Investigators in Katy are trying to find three people who shot into a home last week, grazing a man who lived there. It happened Friday morning, April 12 in the Lakeville subdivision.
Restaurant opened by former firefighter treats first responders
HIGHLANDS, Texas (KTRK) -- If you're looking for a local spot with a huge heart for law enforcement, Backdraft Restaurant in Highlands is your place!. The restaurant has been serving the area for 21 years.
Texas woman gets 15 years in jail for stealing $1.3M from rodeo
FORT WORTH, Texas – A former bookkeeper for the Stockyards Northside Rodeo has been sentenced to prison for stealing $1.3 million from the rodeo over three years. According to the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office, D’ann Elizabeth Wagner was given a 15-year sentence after pleading g
Animals reportedly rescued from hoard in northwest Harris County
In a quiet neighborhood of northwest Harris County, one resident is alleged to have kept a hoarding problem largely hidden. In this case, the hoarding was of animals, prompting an investigation that spanned about eight months before deputies with Harris County Precinct 1 Constable Alan Rosen's offic
Woman slaps 70-year-old volunteer after receiving parking ticket, deputies say
HOUSTON - A woman was arrested and is accused of assaulting a parking enforcement volunteer after she received a citation for parking in a handicapped spot in west Houston, according to Constable Ted Heap's office.
Women arrested in Texas had baby in car seat sitting next to 275 pounds of pot, authorities say
Two Texas women had an infant boy with them when they were pulled over with 275 pounds of marijuana in their vehicle, authorities say. Ashley Renee Resendiz, 22, and Carla Michelle Resendiz, 47, were taken into custody Friday morning on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute an
North Texas mother reported missing after not picking up child from babysitter
MESQUITE, Texas — The Mesquite police department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing mother. Authorities are searching for 26-year-old Prisma Denisse Peralta Reyes after she never returned to pick up her child from the babysitter Wednesday night.
Tips lead to arrests of 2 on Texas 10 Most Wanted list
HOUSTON — Two convicted felons on the Texas 10 Most Wanted list have been caught in unrelated arrests. The Texas Department of Public Safety on Wednesday announced the capture of 24-year-old Clifford Milton and 34-year-old Rodrigo Flores.
Viral Video Shows Texas Man Racially Abusing Shop Employee... Then Police Arrive
A Texas man who was captured on video racially abusing an AT&T store employee was arrested this week after police arrived on the scene with perfect timing. Joey Derek Christian, 38, of Pasadena, was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct following the incident, which occurred on Tue
Former volunteer firefighter gets 60 years
James Russell Clymer Jr., 36, of Liberty was sentenced to 60 years in prison on April 17. On Oct. 31, 2018, a student told her teacher of abuse she had been suffering at the hands of a family member. Following protocol, the teacher contacted child protective services. From there, a referral was made
4 Sentenced For Using Helicopter For $12,000 Hunt In Texas; ‘Would Make Sportsmen And Outdoor Enthusiasts Furious’
LAREDO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Four men have been sentenced to one year of probation and fined for a $12,000 sporting hunt in South Texas where a helicopter was used to kill exotic animals.
DRUG BUST MADE IN KINGWOOD WITH 2-YEAR-OLD CHILD IN VEHICLE
Wednesday evening Montgomery County Precinct 4 and DPS responded to a report of a drug transaction taking place in the parking lot of the Whataburger in the 300 block of Northpark in Kingwood. Units arrived and spotted the vehicles matching the description. DPS was able to arrest two in one vehicle
Feds say North Texas man made $374,000 in purchases using fraudulent credit cards gotten with mailman's help
A North Texas man is accused of making nearly $375,000 in purchases using fraudulent credit cards that he got with the help of a mail carrier who intercepted them as they were out for delivery.
Baytown jewelry store smash-and-grab robbers still on the run
BAYTOWN, Texas — Police in Baytown are trying to find the people who robbed a jewelry store in a smash-and-grab earlier this week. It happened Tuesday afternoon at the Kay Jewelers on Garth Road.
Judge dismisses case against Texas toll dodger who used gadget to avoid $5,000 in fees
Updated at 4:40 p.m. April 18: Revised to reflect that the charge against Preston Talbot was dismissed. A Harris County judge has dismissed the case against a Texas man who dodged more than $5,000 in toll fees using a license-plate flipper, authorities said.
Ban On Red Light Cameras Gets Green Light Out Of Texas Committee
AUSTIN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A bill that would ban red light cameras across the state cleared its first hurdle Wednesday. House Bill 1631, authored by Rep. Jonathan Stickland (R – Bedford), passed through the Transportation Committee and will now be voted on by the House where 102 of the 151 members
Police beat — Identity failure
A man stopped for a traffic offense in the 200 block of Park Street about 11 p.m. Wednesday told police he did not have identification on him, but provided a name, birthday and out-of-state address.
Texas' prison heat bill a 'cop out' because it no longer forces units to lower temps, advocates say
AUSTIN — A bill that would have tackled high heat levels at state jails and prisons has been gutted and replaced with a cost study, a move inmate advocates called "a cop-out."
Have unwanted personal papers, expired drugs? Check out this Deer Park event
On Sat. April 27 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Deer Park Citizen's Police Academy is hosting a Shred Day. On the same day at the same location, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Deer Park Police Department will be hosting a National Drug Take Back Day event. — Whether it’s old prescription medicines or pers