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Sunday, April 15, 2012

Steven Wayne Morris: East Texas Cop Gets 8 Years for Repeatedly Sexing Teen in Back of Her Car San Marcos police officer and former officer indicted in connection with alleged road rage incident Former San Marcos police officer Dan Misiaszek, 50, was indicted on a deadly conduct charge after allegedly firing a gun in the direction of an occupied vehicle, according to his indictment. Misiaszek allegedly also fired in the direction of a San Marcos residence, according to the indictment. If convicted, Misiaszek faces two to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000 for the felony charge. ccording to court records, Kathy Misiaszek, Dan Misiaszek's wife and a detective with the San Marcos Police Department, was indicted on two deadly conduct charges, both misdemeanors, after allegedly causing her car to collide with the vehicle at which her husband shot. State panel opens inquiry into Austin police crime lab The Texas Forensic Science Commission voted unanimously Friday to open an investigation into two complaints about the Austin Police Department crime lab's testing of drug evidence. A three-member subcommittee will lead the investigation — holding meetings that will be open to the public — and report its findings to the full commission, which will conclude the case with a written determination. The state commission, which investigates allegations of negligence or misconduct involving forensic labs, set no deadlines during Friday's meeting in Austin. One complaint against the Austin police crime lab was filed by another facility, Integrated Forensic Laboratories in Euless, which questioned testing results or procedures used on evidence in three cases in which it followed up on work by the Austin lab. Ronald Fazio, director of the Euless lab, told the commission that the most serious questions surrounded tests the Austin lab conducted on material that contained cocaine. The first test, in 2010, found 15.24 grams of material. But a test 11 months later found only 8.65 grams. Misconduct alleged against Secret Service agents FRANK BAJAK, Associated Press, JULIE PACE, Associated Press CARTAGENA, Colombia (AP) — President Barack Obama's diplomatic mission to Latin America this weekend threatened to be overshadowed by alleged misconduct by a dozen Secret Service agents sent to provide security for him in Colombia. On Friday night, a caller who said he had knowledge of the situation, told The Associated Press the misconduct involved prostitutes in Cartagena, site of the Summit of the Americas. A Secret Service spokesman did not dispute that. The Unchecked Charging Power of the Prosecutor Former Houston cop gets 15 years for corruption (updated) Former Houston Police officer Leslie Aikens was sentenced to 188 months in prison without the possibility of parole after being convicted of corruption, including using his squad car to protect drug loads, authorities said Thursday. UTSA spokesman charged with sexual assault A University of Texas at San Antonio spokesman was charged with aggravated sexual assault of a 15-year-old boy after his arrest Friday in Olmos Basin Park. The university placed him on administrative leave. David Lee Gabler, 47, the school's associate vice president for communications, posted $75,000 bond and was released at 10:30 p.m. Friday, according to Bexar County Magistrate records. Alamo Heights police reported discovering him with the boy in a parked vehicle at 2:15 a.m. near Olmos Basin Park and finding evidence inside the car that the two had engaged in sexual activity. Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/UTSA-spokesman-charged-with-sexual-assault-3482240.php#ixzz1s3U3CBn4 Ex-Helotes chief takes plea in patrol car scam The embattled former chief of the Helotes Police Department pleaded no contest Friday to felony abuse of official capacity, bringing an end to an investigation by the Texas Rangers as well as any hope for a future in law enforcement. Morton Howard Ault, 50, will face up to eight years in prison when he is sentenced in June by state District Judge Ron Rangel. City officials contacted the Texas Rangers in August 2010 after allegations surfaced that he was funneling city money to his adult son, Morton Roy Ault, for repairs to police vehicles that were never actually performed. The two essentially had a shell company called To Tall Electronics that was registered to their home address, said Adriana Biggs, chief of the district attorney's white collar crimes division. Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/Ex-Helotes-chief-takes-plea-in-patrol-car-scam-3481387.php#ixzz1s3VGovut Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/Ex-Helotes-chief-takes-plea-in-patrol-car-scam-3481387.php#ixzz1s3V9WVNW Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/Ex-Helotes-chief-takes-plea-in-patrol-car-scam-3481387.php#ixzz1s3Ux2smq 11 Secret Service agents put on leave amid prostitution inquiry The U.S. Secret Service on Saturday placed 11 agents on administrative leave as the agency investigates allegations that the men brought prostitutes to their hotel rooms in Cartagena, Colombia, on Wednesday night and that a dispute ensued with one of the women over payment the following morning.

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