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Friday, January 29, 2016

Cops in Trouble

A former Rio Grande City police investigator was sentenced Friday to seven years in federal prison for his role in a conspiracy to provide a fake police report to a drug trafficker in exchange for $10,000, authorities said.
Chief U.S. District Judge Ricardo Hinojosa sentenced Noel Peña, 29, a former police investigator assigned to the Starr County High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force, following his conviction of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine.

San Antonio man indicted on murder charge - Buy my burglar alarm or I'll kill you!
A grand jury here has issued a murder indictment against the door-to-door salesman of home security systems accused in the shooting death of a homeowner last November, according to a Bexar County District Attorney’s Office press release.

One woman said he choked her. Another said he threw a table at her when she refused sex. A third said he physically assaulted her and ​said,​ "kill yourself."

MU professor Melissa Click, who called for ‘muscle’ to remove reporter, charged with assault

Former University of Texas quarterback Vince Young arrested on DWI charge

South Texas police chief gets 5-year probation sentence, still running for sheriff
A South Texas police chief vying for the Republican nomination for sheriff got slapped with a five-year probation sentence for tampering with county records on Thursday.
John Chambers, chief of the Indian Lake Police Department, was convicted on 14 felony counts of tampering with governmental records on Jan. 8, KGBT reported.

Bond approved for UTSA student caught with pot at Fort Sam

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