Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Moya and the officer got into a gun battle during which each of them were shot multiple times. Both survived — the officer because of a ballistic vest, Moya due to the shots striking him in non-fatal areas. But now, he’s paying the price. Westword has the story.
Houston police say they are continuing to investigate an assault that occurred at a high-profile River Oaks attorney’s office building Saturday night, sending a woman to the hospital with lacerations and possible broken ribs.
Although the security guard at the offices says the victim told him her attacker was the wife of prominent divorce attorney Bobby Newman, police have yet to make any arrests and Newman himself declined to comment on the altercation. Police say the victim hasn’t identified her attacker to them.
A Houston police officer shot his neighbor during a dispute over a dog Thursday evening, Houston police said Friday.
According to police, off-duty Officer Jason Loosmore knocked on his 21-year-old neighbor’s door around 6:20 p.m., on Riderwood Drive in Westside, hoping to ask the man for medical and shot records for his German shepherd, which Loosmore told police attacked his own Pug mix that evening. Then things got weird.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Bowlen was involved in a domestic-violence episode fueled by alcohol and whippets — nitrous-oxide canisters that few people over the age of fourteen use. A jury convicted him, but the team’s high-priced attorney is trying to get the whole thing tossed based on a tiny technicality. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: A study found police officers confused about the circumstances that trigger mandatory arrest; prosecutors frustrated by a lack of discretion over which cases to pursue in court; and a surprising number of cases in which nonviolent parties, and even victims of domestic violence, ended up being arrested for minor property damage. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Shelton was riding his bicycle along a designated bike lane when he saw a car behind him turn in his direction, first hitting the gas and then striking him. He sees what happened as an example of the growing tension between drivers and cyclists. Westword has the story.