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FORMER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR DAVID DEWHURST'S GIRLFRIEND ASSAULTED HIM
Former lieutenant Gov. David Dewhurst's girlfriend assaulted him and he is not going to file a report against her.
The seventy four-year-old has been treated for fractured ribs.
Leslie Carone, Forty, is convicted of injuring the elderly. She is now in the Harris County Prison.
David said he will not press any charges against her girlfriend.
Sources with law enforcement also told a local news channel on Wed the violence has been going on for many days.
Caron was allegedly angry with David, for not contacting a business associate, according to court documents on May Thirteen.
And, 04 days later, she hurled a pan at him and hit him in the forearm, reports say. She is convicted of biting & choking him.
As per reports shows David had chest pain on May nineteen, and went to a local hospital. Radiography has revealed that he has multiple broken ribs.
A POLICE OFFICER DIED IN A CRASH WHILE DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE
A Police officer was driving in the wrong direction on the highway killed due to collision in the big rig while DUI in Sealy, authorities said.
Official believed, relying on tests, that at the moment of the crash Gizelle Solorios, 33, was under alcoholic influence. Investigators have since concluded that this was a key factor.
Authorities said Solorios was traveling towards eastbound on the I-10 westbound lanes when she collided with the 18-wheeler. The accident forced the highway blocked for about 6 hours.
The 2017 Kenworth tractor-trailer owner, Guy Peter, veered off the road to try & miss Solorio's vehicle but failed. Pearson remained at the accident site.
Solorio's served two years working in the HPF.
No charges were bought.
HPD OFFICER WON THE BATTLE AGAINST COVID-19
After infected from COVID-19 in April, a Houston officer has been discharged from the medical center.
Formally on leave, Houston Police Department Detective Ray Christopher, fifty-seven. Yet Christopher also "has just not fully recovered," as per Chief of HPD.
Officer condition was critical before and required ventilator support. But he recovered much now and transferred to the long term care facility for complete recovery.
Moreover, more than 31 officers in Houston screened confirmed for the corona virus.
CITY OF HOUSTON IS HAVING TWO VIRTUAL JOBS FAIR
In the war to halt the corona virus spread, the Houston Health Department is organizing 2 digital job fairs today to boost.
This will provide knowledge, relevant how to qualify, about three hundred new short term jobs.
Positions may include information tracers, call centers employees, coordinators of society activities, epidemiologists, healthcare workers among various other opportunities.
The fair would be occurring on Thurs, from eleven a.m to one pm.
Individuals involved in participating will go to the official career-seeking website of the City of Houston Human Resources to find connections for the digital activities.
Mayor and COVID-19 Recovery Czar revealed last week a response strategy for the corona virus, which focuses on measuring accessibility, equity, and growing healthcare facilities.
HALLIBURTON IN HOUSTON LAID OFF THOUSAND OF ITS EMPLOYEES
Halliburton, with its offices in Houston, laid off 1,000 employees.
Business officials said the cuts worker were attributed to "the unforeseeable, drastic" slump in oil prices triggered by the corona virus in a statement issued on Wednesday.
"In addition to reductions around the Company's regional activities, the decreases are," mentioned in statements. s"These measures are hard but important as we adjust our industry to the reduced demand of consumers." This is also the latest round of cuts that the organization has rendered after initiating a sixty-day furlough of 3,500 employees in March.
In April, more than two hundred employees were laid off at Halliburton plants in Texas, & thirty-six employees at a Louisiana plant.
MAYOR OF MOUTON SAID TO BE CAREFUL WHILE REOPENING THE MAJOR BUSINESSES
As the community struggles to deal with the COVID-19 disease outbreak, Mayor Sylvester Turner participated with volunteers at a mask donation on the Sun.
"Please be careful when citizens step on," Mayor said. "The outbreak is still in our region." Turner's speech comes after Gov. Greg Abbot confirmed the rate of recoveries in the last forty-eight hours had surpassed the no. of reported infections in the state.
Texas reached a straight day with more than a thousand reported cases with corona virus nationally on Sat. Citizens were permitted to return in limited no. to markets, hotels, cinemas and retail outlets beginning May 01.
However, Mayor said the town reached the largest twenty-four hours death figure on Sat on the 1st weekend with major businesses restarting in Houston.
He encouraged the public to start donning face coverings, noting that asymptomatic is approximately thirty per cent of the population.
A CLIP IS RELEASED ON SOCIAL MEDIA OF A FEMALE CRYING FOR HELP
During a chilling clip a female reported crying for aid was rescue.
The police officers in Houston stated in a post on social media at seven o'clock in the morning. Everybody involved is being questioned on Tues.
At this point, no arrest were brought but the matter is still under inquiry.
Authorities published the footage on Mon of what they think was the kidnapping of a female in the southwest.
The footage was taken at about ten o'clock in the night on Sun, May Three, in Northern Boulevard's 2400 block.
Law enforcement officials claim bystanders mentioned of a female potentially being kidnapped near the Boulevard Buildings between Greenbriar & Kirby Road.
In the recording, uploaded on Mon to the YouTube channel of the city police Dept, a female is crying for support. Witnesses informed officers that the driver, probably a Honda, was taken in a newmodel black sedan.
Policemen on the site were unable to trace the suspect. The man was last seen heading northbound on Kirby toward the Southwest Highway according to authorities.
Authorities haven't provided further details on when or how the female was rescued.
SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD KILLED BY HIS COUSIN
A teen was murdered in what cops term an unintentional attack involving the victim's cousin on Sat night in northern east Houston.
This did happen at eleven in the night. At Shagbark near Tidwell on Sat night.
Officers confirmed the seventeen y/o was the only person inside when the bullets were fired, and his cousin, who both stay at the same residence.
The juvenile died at the site.
His cousin is in his twenties and police have interviewed him.
DUI IS DECREASED IN HOUSTON DURING SHELTER AT PLACE ORDER
Harris County has led the nation in drunk driving fatalities for years, and Local news channel Investigates tell, hundreds of thousands of DWI cases are brought annually. Yet the corona virus disease has triggered a fall in levels of drunk driving.
"I believe there will just be a small portion of the community who will probably be intoxicated and driving," said Sean Teare, the prosecutor for Harris County, who made it his goal to track down alcohol-related accidents and deaths. And you'd figure he'd be excited with forty-five per cent fall in DWI reports during April, relative to last year's same span, and a 44 percent decline even from March in incidents.
Although remain-home directives kept the happy hour of social people and power drinking, shut-down-the-bar masses off the street, liquor still remains available. Liquor stores were deemed important enterprises, and eateries were permitted to offer to-go liquor.
IN HOUSTON A MAN FATALLY SHOT ANOTHER MAN IN AN ARGUMENT
A guy was fired in his mid-twenties on Saturday night during an argument in southeastern Houston, police said.
Houston Police Department & Houston Fire Department reacted before Eleven pm to a firing call. On Leonora and Glenview Road. Investigators claimed a man shot was identified at the roadside. He was admitted to hospital in Ben Taub, and is supposed to survive from his injury.
Authorities said the man's wife fell into a small vehicle crash, and called her husband. The survivor emerged at the site, fighting with another man who was not involved in the collision.
The other male took out a weapon, and many times fired the friend, authorities said. The gunman then escaped from the scene.
Chief said a perpetrator has been named, but he stays at-large.