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Texas detectives track down murder suspect, weapon using Google Street View

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Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash

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Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash


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Resources for Irma evacuees coming to Alabama

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Peach Creek Elementary students learn to cook

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Deputies release sketch in assault case

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Alabama Democrats mull comeback bids in statewide offices

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Constable: Escapee captured in Humble charged with New Caney theft

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District judge grants 90-day stay of execution for Tourniquet Killer
Updated 4:12 pm, Wednesday, October 18, 2017 A Harris County district judge approved a stay of execution hours before a condemned serial killer was set to die in Huntsville state prison later Wednesday, according to Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg. The 90-day stay was granted following a request from the Montgomery County district attorney as serial killer Anthony Shore became embroiled in a last-minute scheme to confess to another death row inmate's crime, officials said Wednesday   Read More ...
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The Latest: Shore: Inmate wants him blamed for another crime
HUNTSVILLE, Texas – The Latest on the scheduled execution of a Texas inmate who confessed to four killings (all times local): A suburban Houston prosecutor says Anthony Allen Shore has disclosed that a fellow prisoner on Texas' death row tried to get him to take responsibility for his crime. Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon tells The Courier newspaper of Montgomery County that convicted killer Larry Swearingen asked Shore to take the blame for the December 1998 abduction and killing of 19-year-old Melissa Trotter   Read More ...
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The Latest: Shore: Inmate wants him blamed for another crime
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the scheduled execution of a Texas inmate who confessed to four killings (all times local): A suburban Houston prosecutor says Anthony Allen Shore has disclosed that a fellow prisoner on Texas' death row tried to get him to take responsibility for his crime. Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon tells The Courier newspaper of Montgomery County that convicted killer Larry Swearingen asked Shore to take the blame for the December 1998 abduction and killing of 19-year-old Melissa Trotter   Read More ...
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Horses allegedly starved to death in Montgomery County
An animal cruelty investigation is ongoing after two horses allegedly starved to death in Montgomery County. On Sept. 28, deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Livestock Unit visited the 20300 block of Canterbury Lane in Porter on an animal cruelty call. The deputies found five horses on the property, and one, a mare, was dead, the sheriff's office said in a press release   Read More ...
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With multiple broken ribs, Ty Montgomery yet to decide on status for Sunday
GREEN BAY — Ty Montgomery isn’t ruling himself out for Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. But the Green Bay Packers running back is promising he won’t do anything stupid, either — like playing with “multiple” broken ribs if the team’s medical staff advises him against it. As the Packers returned to work Tuesday from their mini-bye weekend following last Thursday’s win over the Chicago Bears, Montgomery confirmed he broke multiple ribs on his first carry of the Packers’ 35-14 victory — when Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan tackled him and one of the defensive linemen landed on top of Trevathan, who in turn squashed Montgomery’s chest   Read More ...
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Jury deals maximum punishment for Conroe drunk driver
The woman who injured a family of three in a January crash while driving drunk was handed a 30-year prison sentence Friday. Caryn Lee Stucky, 54, had just left a local bar when she started swerving in the 1300 block of South FM 3083, nearly hitting two vehicles that were able to dodge her car. She then slammed another car head-on, sending the car's three occupants to the hospital   Read More ...
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Montgomery booster club treasurer accused of embezzling thousands
A school booster club member in Montgomery admitted to embezzling thousands of dollars over two years, recent court documents reveal. Kimberly Brooke Cordia, who served as treasurer for the Bonnie Belle Booster Club at the time, is facing up to two years in jail for allegedly stealing $13,000 from the Montgomery High School dance line team's booster club fund. School booster clubs are formed to fundraise on behalf of the students for equipment, trip funding and other activities   Read More ...
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Man charged with arson after house fire in East Montgomery
A man has been arrested for arson after the house he shared with another man burned earlier this week in East Montgomery County, according to the sheriff's office. Aaron Phillips, 30, was charged with arson Saturday in connection to a fire that broke out Wednesday morning on South Lakeview Drive in Patton Village, according to jail records for the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office   Read More ...
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Former Texas Pastor Opens Free Auto Shop for Women Who Are ‘Short on Money and Long on Car Troubles’
Six years ago, PC “Pastor Chris” Williams was driving home from church on a rainy night in Montgomery, Texas, when he spotted a mother and child from his congregation walking along the side of busy Highway 105. Pulling over, he offered the pair a ride and asked why they were out on such a dismal evening. Williams, then a children’s pastor, borrowed money and campaigned for donations, and several months later opened God’s Garage, a non-profit auto repair service that focuses on helping single mothers, widows and the wives of deployed military members   Read More ...
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Texas detectives track down murder suspect, weapon using Google Street View
Turns out Google Street View is good for more than just finding your house ... and your best friend’s house, and your childhood home and that apartment you lived in briefly in college. According to the Conroe Courier, sheriff’s detectives in Montgomery County used Google Street View to find an SUV they believe was used in a hit-and-run that left a New Caney man dead in July   Read More ...
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Detectives find murder weapon on Google Street View
Montgomery County Sheriff's detectives used Google Street View to help identify a murder suspect accused of killing a New Caney man in July, documents show. Raul Najera, 25, is accused of running over Ray Jasso, 28, July 2 at a birthday party in the 18200 block of Emerald Court. Detectives believe Najera slammed a Chevrolet SUV into Jasso and another person before fleeing the scene   Read More ...
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Houston's Downtown Aquarium mistreats white tigers, lawsuit says
On the heels of a defamation suit and year-old legal spat, a national animal rights group has joined forces with a Montgomery County grandmother Tuesday formally charging the owners of Houston's Downtown Aquarium with animal cruelty and claiming their treatment of four white tigers on display for visitors violates the Endangered Species Act. The federal lawsuit brought by Cheryl Conley, who runs Backyard Radio, a radio station in Magnolia and has served on local wildlife group boards, and backed by the Animal Legal Defense Fund in California's Sonoma Valley, blasts the aquarium and Landry's Inc   Read More ...
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Conroe couple accused of placing toddlers in intensive care
A Conroe couple is behind bars after detectives say they critically injured two young children, and one of them was already under investigation for a similar crime earlier this year. Adam Lee Thomas, 28, and Denise Rae Watson, 26, are each facing life in prison after two of Watson's children wound up in Texas Children's Hospital south of downtown Houston with life-threatening injuries in early September   Read More ...
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Montgomery Gentry singer dies in New Jersey helicopter crash
LUMBERTON, N.J. (AP) — Troy Gentry, one half of the award-winning country music duo Montgomery Gentry, died Friday in a helicopter crash just hours before a concert, according to a statement from the band's website. He was 50. Authorities said the helicopter crashed in a wooded area while approaching the Flying W Airport in Medford hours before Montgomery Gentry was due to perform at a resort that is also housed at the airport   Read More ...
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Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash
Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s. . Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP From left, artists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry perform at "1 Night. 1 Place. 1 Time.: A Heroes and Friends Tribute to Randy Travis" at Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 in Nashville, Tenn. SOURCE: Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s Troy Gentry, 50, member of the country music duo Montgomery Gentry, has died in a helicopter crash   Read More ...
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Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash
Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s. . Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP From left, artists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry perform at "1 Night. 1 Place. 1 Time.: A Heroes and Friends Tribute to Randy Travis" at Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 in Nashville, Tenn. SOURCE: Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s Troy Gentry, 50, member of the country music duo Montgomery Gentry, has died in a helicopter crash   Read More ...
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Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash
Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s. . Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP From left, artists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry perform at "1 Night. 1 Place. 1 Time.: A Heroes and Friends Tribute to Randy Travis" at Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 in Nashville, Tenn. SOURCE: Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s Troy Gentry, 50, member of the country music duo Montgomery Gentry, has died in a helicopter crash   Read More ...
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Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash
Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s. . Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP From left, artists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry perform at "1 Night. 1 Place. 1 Time.: A Heroes and Friends Tribute to Randy Travis" at Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 in Nashville, Tenn. SOURCE: Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s Troy Gentry, 50, member of the country music duo Montgomery Gentry, has died in a helicopter crash   Read More ...
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Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash
Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s. . Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP From left, artists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry perform at "1 Night. 1 Place. 1 Time.: A Heroes and Friends Tribute to Randy Travis" at Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 in Nashville, Tenn. SOURCE: Photo by Laura Roberts/Invision/AP Troy Gentry, of country music group Montgomery Gentry, killed in helicopter crash Gentry and Montgomery began performing together in the 1990s Troy Gentry, 50, member of the country music duo Montgomery Gentry, has died in a helicopter crash   Read More ...
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Resources for Irma evacuees coming to Alabama
Thousands of Florida residents are fleeing the state as Category 5 Hurricane Irma moves closer to making landfall. Several resources are becoming available for them in Alabama. SHELTERS. With hotels reaching full capacity across the state, several shelters are opening to receive evacuees. According to the Alabama Emergency Management Agency, there are currently two options for shelters: Talladega (the Talladega Superspeedway will be open for evacuees to camp on) Hoover (the Hoover Met will open its RV park to residents of states fleeing Irma) Montgomery County (the Acadome at Alabama State University) Montgomery, Houston, Covington, and Coffee counties are opening from areas in Irma's path   Read More ...
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Montgomery County deputies accused of stealing gas
Two deputies with the Montgomery County Precinct 1 Constable's Office are accused of stealing gasoline from a county facility earlier this year. Former Deputies William Anthony Guy, 54, and James Walter Manning III, 27, are each facing a Class B misdemeanor theft charge for allegedly stealing less than $100 worth of gasoline from the Constable's Office, according to indictments handed down Tuesday   Read More ...
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The Woodlands Eagle Scout candidate Petrik helps protect trees
Young men in The Woodlands, seeking their Eagle Scout status, have involved themselves in a broad range of community projects, from constructing rainwater harvesting systems to building gazebos in community gardens. One Eagle scout candidate, Oliver Petrik, has undertaken a massive project that will help preserve stream-water quality. Working with Harris-Montgomery Counties MUD 386 (which serves Creekside Forest in The Woodlands), Petrik has installed markers on 200 storm-water inlets within the MUD   Read More ...
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FOOTBALL: John Cooper wins season opener against Iola
While the rest of the high school football teams in Montgomery County missed Week 1 of the season due to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, The John Cooper School was able to play its opener as scheduled on Friday evening, rolling to a 27-8 road victory over Iola. The Dragons (1-0) collected nearly 400 yards of total offense, thanks in large part to their passing game and the efforts of quarterback Evan Minarovic   Read More ...
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Stuck in Omaha because of Hurricane Harvey, Texas family is thinking of home
And, for this Texas resident, there was something oddly familiar about some of the exhibits. From a safe distance, he was seeing creatures that are showing up in flooded neighborhoods back home. Alligators. Turtles. Poisonous snakes. All are being displaced from bayou habitats and into southeast Texas neighborhoods. “Those turtles and snakes could be in the house for all we know,” said Fuller of Montgomery, a small town about an hour’s drive north of downtown Houston   Read More ...
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Houston-area officials have message for looters during Harvey floods
Published 7:35 pm, Monday, August 28, 2017 While stories of Houstonians helping neighbors and strangers in need during the historic flooding caused by Tropical Storm Harvey are circulating, area law enforcement officials have a message for those with more nefarious intentions. On Monday afternoon, during the third day of the disaster, the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office posted a warning for criminals: there will be mandatory jail time for looters, thieves or burglars caught victimizing area residents   Read More ...
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Harvey forces record amount of water to be released from Lake Conroe dam
Published 1:23 am, Monday, August 28, 2017 A record amount of water will be released from the Lake Conroe dam due to a dramatic rise in the water level thanks to Tropical Storm Harvey. Just 72 hours into the storm, Lake Conroe watershed has received an average of 18 inches of rainfall, forcing the water level to rise 4.25 feet above normal pool elevation, the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) reported at   Read More ...
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Cops: Hurricane Harvey could spell death for chained-up dogs
Published 9:13 am, Friday, August 25, 2017 Police in Montgomery County are pleading with residents to unchain dogs ahead of Hurricane Harvey, promising to take legal action against any pet owner who fails to heed this warning. "Last year as Chief (Stephen) Carlisle was checking the level of water on FM1485, TxDOT crews were shutting down the San Jacinto East Fork Bridge and told him about a dog tied to a tree out of reach in the distance as the water was rising," the Roman Forest Police Department   Read More ...
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Palatial waterfront mansions for sale on Lake Conroe
If you've got a taste for the finer things in life and a desire to participate in bass fishing tournaments practically every weekend, we have some multi-million-dollar mansions you might want to take a look at. Lake Conroe's upscale neighborhoods offer amenities like semi-private peninsulas, country club memberships and homes that could serve as resorts themselves. They certainly have enough bathrooms and infinity pools   Read More ...
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Storm rips roof off Conroe building
In what officials hope is not a preview of potential damage this weekend's major storm, a momentary downpour coupled with high winds partially ripped off the roof of a three-story building in downtown Conroe Wednesday afternoon. The storm moved through the area around 3 p.m. bringing strong gusts and torrential rain. The wind folded in half the roof of an office building in the 100 block of West Davis Street, leaving a portion of it dangling over Main Street   Read More ...
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Peach Creek Elementary students learn to cook
What's cooking at Peach Creek Elementary School? Lemon chicken picatta over fresh pasta with bananas foster for dessert is what's cooking. And by who? Second graders. Yes, second graders. Head Executive Chef at Sur La Table Monica Tapia held a hands-on demonstration for second graders Tuesday, March 7. Using real knives and Bunsen burners, the youngsters divvied up into groups to learn how to cook a main dish and desert. "The activity coincides with our unit on procedural writing," teacher Karen McGuire said   Read More ...
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Patton Village enforces property requirements in floodway
than two dozen properties in Patton Village are substantially damaged based on FEMA criteria, according to a report conducted in July 2016. The city sent letters in late February and early March to several property owners in the Peach Creek Dam and Lake Club area stating their properties are in violation of city flooding management ordinances. The letters specified a 30-day time frame in which to bring the property into compliance   Read More ...
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Sundance Head, Flo Rida added to Rock the Ranch lineup in New Caney
Sundance Head, Flo Rida added to Rock the Ranch lineup in New Caney Staff Report. Updated 1:58 pm, Wednesday, March 8, 2017 Sundance Head, "The Voice" winner and New Caney native, and hip-hop artist Flo Rida have been scheduled to perform at Rock the Ranch Music Festival at the Valley Town Ranch Town Center amphitheater in New Caney. Head is scheduled to perform Friday, May 12, and Flo Rida is set to perform Saturday, May 13   Read More ...
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SOCCER: Kimberly Rodriguez creates plays to help state-ranked Porter
Just a couple weeks ago, Porter senior midfielder Kimberly Rodriguez eclipsed quite the milestone for a high school soccer career. Lady Spartans coach Craig Matthews called in his results to the newspaper and was hoping to get recognition for the four-year letterman. 100 career assists. "Oh....she has about 90 career goals too," Matthews added before the phone conversation concluded. Those are mind-boggling numbers for a sport that plays roughly 20 matches per season, plus a few more with a deep playoff run   Read More ...
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Conroe baker wins Food Network's Bakers vs. Fakers episode
Life is pretty sweet for Amanda Cano these days. The Conroe baker was featured on the Feb. 22 episode of Food Network's Bakers vs. Fakers; and in a rich twist, she ended up winning the episode and $10,000 for her baking business. The premise of the show is to feature four bakers: two are professional bakers and two are amateurs. The catch, though, is that neither the audience, the judges   Read More ...
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'Horror movie' machete attacker sentenced to 15 years
A Conroe man who attacked a former friend and her sister with a machete will spend the next 15 years in prison, an incident reminiscent of a horror film, prosecutors said. Richard Brett Alexander Crawford, 22, had a falling-out with a friend prior to June 2015. During the rift, Crawford had an outburst and breakdown that landed him in a mental hospital, prosecutors said. Following his release, he became upset   Read More ...
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MCSO seizes dogs, horse in animal cruelty case
A 46-year-old New Caney man was arrested Thursday for allegedly neglecting several dogs and a horse for months. Andres Rodriguez, 46, is facing 14 misdemeanor charges of cruelty to animals and one misdemeanor charge of cruelty to livestock animals after a months-long investigation into the alleged neglect of six dogs, eight puppies and a horse. Detectives with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office Livestock Unit and the Houston SPCA seized the   Read More ...
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WRESTLING: Robinson, Frometa earn bronze medals at state
CYPRESS ― They didn't come for third place, but two Montgomery County wrestlers came away from the UIL Wrestling State Tournament with bronze medals. College Park's 138-pound girls wrestler Hunter Robinson and The Woodlands' 146-pound boys wrestler Alex Frometa each capped their respective seasons with third-place match wins Saturday afternoon at Berry Center. Oak Ridge sophomore Annamarie Crixell was defeated in her 110-pound third-place match to go 1-2 on the   Read More ...
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GIRLS SOCCER: Conroe takes down Oak Ridge 3-1
The Conroe Tigerettes got a big win when they needed it the most Friday night. Playing for playoff positioning at the bottom of District 12-6A at Moorhead Stadium against Oak Ridge, Conroe leapfrogged the Lady War Eagles into fourth place with a 3-1 victory. Conroe is now 2-4 (6 points) in district play while Oak Ridge is winless in five straight games at 1-3-2 (5 points). "Huge," Conroe coach Kesha   Read More ...
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Juveniles accused in Porter grocery store robbery
PORTER – An employee narrowly escaped severe injury during a robbery at a Kroger in Porter Thursday, and the juvenile suspects in the case could be responsible for more robberies in Harris County. Three 16-year-olds entered the popular neighborhood grocery store in the 23600 block of U.S. 59 around 10:45 a.m., demanding money from a woman at the customer service desk, Montgomery County Sheriff's officials said. One of the teens   Read More ...
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Police chase vehicle following robbery, shooting at Porter Kroger
PORTER - Three suspects are in custody and one still at large following a robbery and shooting at a Kroger store in Porter. Officers with the Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constable's Office, Splendora Police Department and the Houston Police Department pursued the four suspects, two of whom were said to be shooters, in a chase that led to the Splendora area following the robbery. Three suspects were arrested near the   Read More ...
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