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Austin Police Officer who Faked Death was Arrested at DFW Airport

Coleman Martin's Mugshot Image from Dallas News Austin police officer Coleman Martin, age 29, was arrested after faking his death and fleeing to Mexico. He was arrested at DFW International Airport after being flagged by U.S. Customs and Border Protection as he tried re-entering the country. Martin has had a warrant out on the misdemeanor charge of filing a false alarm. Martin was planning to return… Read more

Authorities Warn About New 'Grey Drug' that can Kill in a Single Dose

Authorities Warn About New 'Grey Drug' that can Kill in a Single Dose Gray Death DrugPhoto by Geaorgia Bureau of Investigation   There is a new drug that authorities named "gray death" that can kill users with even a single dose. It is dangerous to touch even while wearing gloves. It is made from heroin, carfentanil (elephant tranquilizer) and a synthetic opioid called U-47700. Over 50 Overdose Cases Involving Gray Death in the Past Three Months Users can swallow,… Read more

Houston Judge Nullifies Harris County's Bail System

Houston Judge Nullifies Harris County's Bail System Christina Swarns of the NAACP. Photo by Gary Cameron/Reuters. After figuring out that the county's bail system for people charged with low-level crimes was violating the constitution and affecting impoverished residents, Judge Lee H. Rosenthal of Federal District Court in Houston had the bail system overturned. Rosenthal demanded that Harris County stop keeping people in jail that had been arrested… Read more

Bill signed by Texas Governor targeting sanctuary cities

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com A bill barring Texas cities and counties from passing "sanctuary" laws that stop local law enforcement officers from questioning the immigration status of anyone they detain was signed Sunday by Texas Governor Greg Abbott. He signed the bill on Facebook with no prior public notice, claiming that it would keep Texas residents safe. Democratic lawmakers were… Read more

Leander Police Turn to Public for Help in Theft Case

The Leander Police Department (LPD) said in the following April 12 Facebook post that it was seeking assistance from the public in identifying the person depicted in security camera photographs from an alleged theft that occurred in the 2600 block of Montebelluna Place in the Travisso neighborhood on April 10:  People who could identify the alleged offender or provide information regarding the crime… Read more

I-35 Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Possession, ID Theft Charges

I-35 Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Possession, ID Theft Charges The Austin American-Statesman reported on March 27 that two people possibly connected to identity theft cases across Texas were arrested after officers from the Williamson County Criminal Interdiction Unit stopped their vehicle in the 5300 block of Interstate 35 (I-35) North. A press release from the sheriff’s office claimed that both the 28-year-old driver and 26-year-old passenger “showed deception… Read more

Hutto Man Faces Felony Charges in Racing Crash

Hutto Man Faces Felony Charges in Racing Crash KXAN-TV reported on March 24 that a 23-year-old Hutto man was booked into the Williamson County Jail on multiple charges related to a December 2016 crash in Round Rock that killed a couple who had been married for 42 years. According to KXAN, the alleged offender was in a Lexus racing another vehicle on Farm to Market Road 1325 (FM 1325) when he struck a Mercury Grand Marquis with enough impact to… Read more

Jury Rules Pellet Gun Not Deadly Weapon, Acquits Man of Aggravated Robbery

Jury Rules Pellet Gun Not Deadly Weapon, Acquits Man of Aggravated Robbery The Austin American-Statesman reported in December 2015 that Travis County sheriff’s deputies arrested three Round Rock men in relation to a string of 10 convenience store robberies in Travis County, Bastrop County, and Williamson County over several weeks. On March 22, the Statesman reported that a jury found one of the alleged offenders not guilty of aggravated robbery.  The 21-year-old alleged… Read more

Millions in Meth Seized in Williamson County

Millions in Meth Seized in Williamson County USA Today reported on March 20 that a 21-year-old Texas man was arrested after the Williamson County Sheriff's Office seized more than $1 million worth of crystal methamphetamine during a traffic stop. The alleged offender was pulled over for failure to maintain his lane of travel on Interstate 65, and deputies discovered 20 rolls of industrial shrink wrap with crystal meth hidden in each tube after… Read more

Playing With Fire Can Be Felony in Texas

Playing With Fire Can Be Felony in Texas As a criminal offense, arson is often allegedly committed by people who are attempting to commit insurance fraud or willfully damage the property (and possibly endanger the safety) of another party. One group of people that is frequently prosecuted for alleged arson offenses in Texas is minors.  On February 13, the Austin American-Statesman reported that a Pflugerville High School student was charged… Read more