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June 2016 Archives

3 Texas men detained in drug bust

Three men were taken into custody by Fort Bend County officials on the evening of June 9, 2016. The authorities were executing a warrant at the time after investigating drug activity in a residence, and the effort also resulted in the confiscation of more than $50,000 in illegal drugs. Two of the men detained are 25 years old, and the third is 23.

Assault Charge In Texas: Misdemeanor Or Felony?

Any time there are allegations of assault, it's a serious matter. However, people often wonder whether assault is classified as a felony or a misdemeanor in Texas. The answer is, "it depends." The Texas Penal Code assigns different levels of severity to different types of assault charges.

Robbery leads to felony charge for 3 in Central Texas

Houston residents may be interested in a case that is unfolding closer to the central part of the state. According to a report published on June 8, three people were taken into police custody and face aggravated robbery and possession of marijuana charges following an incident in Hays County. A minor who was also detained in connection with the incident was released to the custody of a parent pending further questioning.

2 men face drug charges after traffic stop and raid

Two men in Texas were taken into police custody on drug charges after a traffic stop on June 3. Prior to the traffic stop, authorities in Bowie County had been conducting surveillance near a house where they believed people were committing drug offenses. After a vehicle was seen leaving the house, a Bowie County sheriff's deputy stopped the car for a traffic violation.

Former Texas Tech football player charged with burglary

A former Texas Tech backup offensive lineman was taken into police custody on May 27. The 20-year-old man was charged with burglary of a habitation for an incident that took place towards the end of 2015. Representatives from Texas Tech did not comment on the matter, but the school did confirm that the man had already been dismissed from its football team.

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