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January 2014 Archives

Texas psychiatrist indicted for drug crimes

A psychiatrist in Marble Falls has been indicted for allegedly prescribing and delivering drugs for non-medical purposes. The 84-year-old psychiatrist is accused of providing the drugs to two individuals on three separate occasions. He was booked at Burnet County Jail and charged for three counts of fraudulent delivery of a controlled substance.

Man gets 10 months for marijuana possession

A Texas traffic stop has led to a 10-month prison sentence for a 22-year-old man for alleged drug trafficking. The accused was pulled over by a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper in Van Zandt County in March 2013 for speeding. During the stop, the trooper reportedly detected the scent of marijuana. According to police reports, the trooper found nearly 4.5 kilograms of marijuana on the back floorboard as well as a loaded .40 caliber, semi-automatic pistol on the floor of the front driver's side of the car.

Custodian at Texas A&M facing theft and forgery charges

A custodian who was working at Texas A&M is facing serious charges related to crimes alleged to have been committed between October and November 2013. The 38-year-old woman is facing a combination of forgery and theft charges for over $1,300 that was reportedly stolen from the Emerging Technologies Building (ETB) of the university. Additionally, a warrant for criminal trespass was also issued to the accused for entering the ETB.

Court rules man served enough time in federal case

In a case with implications for Texas residents in proximity to the Mexican border, a former weapons dealer who was sentenced to prison for selling guns to be smuggled into Mexico has been given a reduced sentence. The man was first ordered to serve five years in federal prison, but the court later determined that his time had been incorrectly figured. The new sentence was set at slightly more than three years in prison, and he was released to a halfway house.

Texas woman and boyfriend accused of stealing Rolex

A 20-year-old Pearland woman and her 21-year-old Lake Jackson boyfriend were taken into custody and charged with third degree felony theft after a stolen Rolex watch valued at $13,000 was located at a Houston pawnshop. The person who owned the watch has accused a family member of taking it on Dec. 13.

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