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December 2013 Archives

Texas shooting described as accident

A man who allegedly killed a sheriff's deputy shot his gun because believed that he was the victim of a home invasion. According to the Burleston County Sheriff's Office, the incident took place in the early morning hours of Dec. 19 as the sheriff's deputy and other officers executed a drug-related search warrant on the defendant's residence. On Dec. 23, a spokesperson for the Burleston County Sheriff's Office stated that officers were not wearing body cameras while they executed the warrant, and she did not know how or if deputies announced their presence.

38-year-old Bacliff woman accused of selling crack

On Dec. 11 at approximately 4:15 p.m., the Galveston County Sheriff's Office Special Crimes Unit entered a residence on Chase Stone Drive in Bacliff. They claim to have obtained a search warrant to search the home for narcotics. Following the raid, the resident, a 38-year-old woman, found herself charged with drug offenses.

Man sentenced to 10 years for drug operation

A Sheboygan man was sentenced on Dec. 10 to ten years and four months of incarceration for his role in a scheme to transport illegal drugs from Texas to Wisconsin. He has been accused of leading the Balderas gang in their cocaine and marijuana distribution enterprise. Although he has been in federal custody since May 29, 2013, his trial has only recently been completed.

Texas man charged with $200,000 employer embezzlement

A 41-year-old man from Houston was charged with dual felony counts of cumulative theft and money laundering after his employer claimed that he falsified records on the job so that he could steal funds. On Nov. 21, the firm, New Caney Recycling, told police that the man may have taken as much as $200,000 over the course of a single month and then transferred the profits to his home nation of Pakistan and a number of other unidentified sources.

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