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PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2012 4:32 pm    Post subject: TEXAS news  Reply with quote

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Constable, civilian, gunman confirmed dead after shooting near Texas A&M campus
August 13, 2012  
3 people, including a Brazos County constable, died when a gunman opened fire near the Texas A&M campus in College Station.
The gunman and another civilian were also killed, police said.
A female civilian, 55, was also shot and was rushed to the hospital, where she underwent emergency surgery.  Her condition was not known.
The suspect was shot by responding officers and later pronounced dead. The name of the 35-year-old gunman has not been released.

Police identified Brazos County Precinct One Constable Brian Bachmann, 41, as the officer who died. Investigators said he was the first to arrive on the scene at a house at the corner of Fidelity and Highland.
An employee with Brazos County told WFAA-TV in Dallas that the shooting occurred as an eviction notice was being served, but police did not confirm that.

Officer serving eviction notice among 3 killed in shootout near Texas A&M
Thomas Alton Caffall, 35, opened fire on Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann just after noon as the lawman brought an eviction notice. Both men were later pronounced dead at a hospital.

A 51-year-old man was the third person killed in the shootings at an off-campus home not far from the university's football stadium, College Station Assistant Police Chief Scott McCollum said. Three other law enforcement officers and a 55-year-old woman were wounded.

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Texas A&M reopens campus after bomb threat
19 Oct 2012
Texas A&M University police say the school's campus has reopened after an emailed bomb threat prompted an evacuation and building-by-building search.
A&M Police Lt. Allan Baron says officials still are searching some buildings Friday afternoon, but no bombs have been found and people are being allowed to come back on campus.
Baron says the bomb threat was received by email at around 11 a.m. by the university's computing information services center.

Texas *  Train hits parade, kills 4
November 16, 2012
 -  4 killed, 17 injured as train hits wounded warrior veterans parade float trailer in Midland, Texas.
The gates and lights at the intersection were working at the time, and the train sounded the horn prior to impact.
Police gave no information about the driver of the truck.  Placing bets if he is Muslim.

Federal officials are heading to West Texas to join investigators looking into why a freight train slammed into a parade float carrying wounded veterans, killing four people and injuring 17 others.
A Union Pacific locomotive hit a decorated flatbed truck as it tried to clear the rail crossing on its way to an honorary banquet.

The train was sounding its horn and people on the flatbed truck, mostly wounded veterans and their spouses, were scrambling to jump off before the collision around 4:40 p.m.
Two people died at the scene, while two others died at Midland Memorial Hospital. Six people remained hospitalized.
Midland is about 320 miles west of Dallas.
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Midland, Texas Train Crash: Hero Vets Die Saving Wives
Police have identified the four servicemen who died in Midland, Texas when a freight train plowed into a parade float carrying wounded veterans and their spouses at a crossing, two of whom saved their wives by pushing them to safety before they died.

Army Sgt. Maj. Gary Stouffer, 37, and 47-year-old Army Sgt. Maj. Lawrence Boivin were pronounced dead at the scene, police said, after the float carrying wounded veterans and their families to an honorary banquet was struck by a Union Pacific train around 4:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon. The train struck as the parade was crossing the tracks, turning the honorary event into a scene of destruction.

Army Sgt. Joshua Michael, 34, and 43-year-old Army Sgt. Maj. William Lubbers were transported from the scene and later pronounced dead at Midland Memorial Hospital, according to the Midland Police.

Lights flashed before truck entered train crossing in crash that killed four veterans
November 18, 2012
 It was the second of two floats carrying veterans in Thursday's parade in Midland. The first was exiting the tracks when the warning bells and signals were activated, 20 seconds before the accident, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. The second float didn't enter the tracks until several seconds after the warning system went off, the NTSB said. By that time, the guardrail was lowering.
Once the crossing becomes active, people should stop.  DUH!

A friend of mine who is a truck driver said the people who organized this parade should have notified the train company that a parade route would cross the tracks - and about what time.

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Kaufman is around 50 miles south from where I live.
Saw this on the front page of my paper today, and it also was on the front page of Yahoo news.
This is a very unusual case, to say the least...

Texas DA slain in his home; had armed himself
31 Mar 2013
- Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland took no chances after one of his assistant prosecutors was gunned down two months ago. McLelland said he carried a gun everywhere he went and was extra careful when answering the door at his home.
"I'm ahead of everybody else because, basically, I'm a soldier," the 23-year Army veteran said in an interview less than two weeks ago.

On Saturday, he and his wife were found shot to death in their rural home just outside the town of Forney, about 20 miles from Dallas.
While investigators gave no motive for the killings, Forney Mayor Darren Rozell said: "It appears this was not a random act."
"Everybody's a little on edge and a little shocked," he said.

The slayings came less than two weeks after Colorado's prison chief was shot to death at his front door, apparently by an ex-convict, and a couple of months after Kaufman County Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse was killed in a parking lot a block from his courthouse office. No arrests have been made in Hasse's slaying Jan. 31.

McLelland, 63, is the 13th prosecutor killed in the U.S. since the National Association of District Attorneys began keeping count in the 1960s.
Sheriff David Byrnes would not give details Sunday of how the killings unfolded and said there was nothing to indicate for certain whether the DA's slaying was connected to Hasse's.

El Paso County, Colo., sheriff's spokesman Sgt. Joe Roybal said investigators had found no evidence so far connecting the Texas killings to the Colorado case, but added: "We're examining all possibilities."

Colorado's corrections director, Tom Clements, was killed March 19 when he answered the doorbell at his home outside Colorado Springs. Evan Spencer Ebel, a white supremacist and former Colorado inmate suspected of shooting Clements, died in a shootout with Texas deputies two days later about 100 miles from Kaufman.

McLelland himself, in an Associated Press interview shortly after the Colorado slaying, raised the possibility that Hasse was gunned down by a white supremacist gang.

The weekend slayings raised concerns for prosecutors across Texas, and some were taking extra security precautions. Byrnes said security would be increased at the courthouse in Kaufman but declined to say if or how other prosecutors in McLelland's office would be protected.

Harris County District Attorney Mike Anderson said he accepted the sheriff's offer of 24-hour security for him and his family after learning about the slayings, mostly over concerns for his family's safety. Anderson said also would take precautions at his Houston office, the largest one in Texas, which has more than 270 prosecutors.

"I think district attorneys across Texas are still in a state of shock," Anderson said Sunday.
McLelland, elected DA in 2010, said his office had prosecuted several cases against racist gangs, who have a strong presence around Kaufman County, a mostly rural area dotted with subdivisions, with a population of about 104,000.
"We put some real dents in the Aryan Brotherhood around here in the past year," he said.

In recent years, the DA's office also prosecuted a case in which a justice of the peace was found guilty of theft and burglary and another case in which a man was convicted of killing his former girlfriend and her 10-year-old daughter.

McLelland said he carried a gun everywhere, even to walk his dog around town, a bedroom community for the Dallas area. He figured assassins were more likely to try to attack him outside. He said he had warned all his employees to be constantly on the alert.
"The people in my line of work are going to have to get better at it," he said of dealing with the danger, "because they're going to need it more in the future."

The number of attacks on prosecutors, judges and senior law enforcement officers in the U.S. has spiked in the past three years, according to Glenn McGovern, an investigator with the Santa Clara County, Calif., district attorney's office who tracks such cases.

The Kaufman DA  (and one of his assistants a month or so before his death) was killed, and to this day it's been a BIG mystery over why. He was shot like 20 times in his own home, but en yet they can't find the guy? If it's a professional hit, then he wouldn't have been shot 20 times, and if it was a burglary, the burglar wouldn't have wasted his time like this? But en yet they STILL can't find the guy? And recently, they arrested someone for calling 9/11 "claiming" to know about this case, but en yet they charged him for making a "terrorist threat" without naming him a suspect in the case?

Something's really fishy going on - also, Gov Rick Perry has final say over who this DA's replacement is. That should tell you something!

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Former Kaufman County Official Arrested for 'Terroristic Threat
April 2013
A former Kaufman County, Texas, justice of the peace was charged with making a "terroristic threat" after authorities searched his home as part of the ongoing investigation into the killings of two prosecutors in the county.
Eric Williams, 46, of Kaufman, was booked into the Kaufman County Jail early Saturday morning. His bond was set at $1 million.

The search was executed after the fatal shooting of District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife, Cynthia, whose bodies were found in their Forney, Texas home on March 30. In January, Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse was gunned outside the county courthouse.

Williams was not named a suspect in the deaths of the Kaufman County officials, The Associated Press reported. But the district attorney's office prosecuted and convicted Williams last year for two counts of felony theft, which resulted in him losing his justice of the peace position, WFAA reported.

Authorities searched both Williams' home and his in-laws' house from Friday afternoon into the early hours of Saturday morning. They removed boxes, computers and guns from the former justice of the peace's residence, WFAA reported.

Earlier this month, Williams' hands were tested for gunshot residue. The test results were negative.
Williams' attorney, David Sergi, said his client denies the charges against him.

"[Williams] has cooperated with law enforcement and vigorously denies any and all allegations," Sergi said. "He wishes simply to get on with his life and hopes that the perpetrators and brought to justice."

Williams appealed his conviction. He is scheduled for a hearing on May 22 in the Fifth District Court of Appeals in Dallas.

So even though he WASN'T named as a suspect and no physical evidence against him, they searched his home anyways and charged him for making a "terrorist threat"(with a million dollar bond)? Something is NOT right about this!

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Texas -  2 dead, dozens injured in pileup near Houston
Nov. 22, 2012  
Massive car crash along I-10 near Houston Texas. in thick fog.
2 dead in the same car, perhaps 120 injured in 3 multi-vehicle pileups within 2 miles of each other.
Ambulances took dozens to hospitals.
Several gas tanks being ripped off of 18-wheelers.
The accidents happened about 9:00 am on I-10. Both directions of the highway were shut down.
The eastbound lanes of I-10 in that area were to remain closed for 10 hours because there is so much debris on the road to clear.

TEXAS Fertilizer Plant Explosion near Waco April, 2013

Texas DA slain in his home
March, 2013  KAUFMAN, Texas
The slayings came less than two weeks after Colorado's prison chief was shot to death at his front door, apparently by an ex-convict, and a couple of months after Kaufman County Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse was killed in a parking lot a block from his courthouse office.

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Irving (Dallas) Texas Bus Rollover on Bush Turnpike
Apr 11, 2013  2 dead
 More than 36 people were injured, some very seriously.
2 were killed when a private charter bus overturned along state Highway 161 - the President George Bush Turnpike near Belt Line Road.
36 people were injured and transported to area hospitals.
16 patients are in critical condition while many others suffered only minor injuries.

DPS said the bus was traveling northbound on state Highway 161 when it drove onto the right side of the road.
They hit a rubber attenuator and traveled back across all lanes of the turnpike, on to the grassy median,
and then ran up and along the middle concere barrier. The bus flipped over and slid on its side.

The bus came down on its right side, the same side as the exit doors, trapping passengers inside.
Passengers had to use emergency hatches on the roof and push out the windows on the left side of the bus to climb out, or await rescue by passers by or emergency crews.
The charter bus is owned by Cardinal Coach Lines of Mansfield.

A lot of people in shock, broken bones.
2 were crushed under the bus.
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Two dead, five injured including sheriff in two-county Texas shooting spree
27 May 2013
 A man went on an early morning shooting spree across two Texas counties Sunday, killing a woman and injuring five other people — one of them the Concho County sheriff — before dying in a shootout with law enforcement, authorities said.
At least nine state and local agencies chased the man — a 23-year-old North Carolina resident whose name wasn't released because his family hadn't been notified — for almost two hours, as he opened fire from his pickup truck on random cars across McCulloch and Concho counties, near San Angelo in central Texas.

The shooter eventually died in a gunfire exchange with a state trooper and a game warden on a highway north of the town of Eden, the state Department of Public Safety said. That was when authorities discovered that he'd been armed with an assault-style rifle, a handgun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.

Gas pipeline explodes in rural Ellis County, causing massive fire
14 November 2013
A gas line exploded unleashing a giant plume of black smoke and triggering the evacuation of the town of Milford.
The explosion at a Chevron work site occurred just after 9:30 a.m. about 50 miles south of Dallas.
A crew punctured a 10-inch liquid petroleum gas line while excavating, sparking the blast.
All workers were accounted for, and the only damage was to work vehicles.
The smoke could be seen for miles as it drifted north into Dallas County.
Much of Milford was evacuated as a precaution, as authorities cleared a mile-and-a-half radius around the blast. Bush said 190 children from local schools were among the evacuees, and most of them were quickly reunited with their families.
The Red Cross, meanwhile, was ready to provide shelter for anyone who couldn’t return home overnight.
Many of those evacuated were sent to nearby Italy, where high school students wearing orange safety vests ushered evacuees into the school’s concrete-domed gymnasium.

Massive Pipeline Explosion Near Milford, Texas
Every day in the New Normal, it is either a mass shooting or an explosion in some pipeline or crude-carrying train. Moments ago, a pipeline in Texas exploded in a massive fireball and has prompted the evacuation of the nearby town of Milford.

From Breaking911:
Smoke and flames are visible for miles. There is a fear that an additional pipe may explode. Nearby schools have all been evacuated as well. NUmerous rescue teams responding; unknown if there are any injuries at this time.

UPDATE 11:30AM EST: According to county officials, a 10-inch pipeline east of U.S. Highway 77 and Farm-to-Market Road 308 was being worked on when it exploded.

UPDATE 11:31AM EST: NBC reports that there are no injuries.

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5 dead at four locations from shooting spree in Texas town
Oct. 29, 2013
TERRELL, Texas (Reuters) - A Texas man suspected of shooting to death five people, including his mother and his aunt, in four locations, was in custody on Tuesday after a manhunt and high-speed car chase through the Texas community of Terrell, law enforcement authorities said.

Charles Everett Brownlow, Jr., 36, was found hiding in a wooded area about 1:30 a.m. local time, according to A.D. Sansom, a spokesman for the Terrell Police Department.
Police said they had no motive for the deadly crime spree, which left bodies scattered in three homes and a convenience store.

"We are still in the process of putting this massive investigation together and still taking care to make sure surviving family members are notified appropriately," Sansom said.
Brownlow's arrest capped a series of grisly discoveries in four locations in Terrell, a town of 16,000 people, located about 30 miles east of Dallas.

Police said they first found the body of a woman who had been shot in the head at one home at about 5 p.m. Monday. A short time later, firefighters spotted flames coming from a home where Brownlow lived a few blocks away. Inside that burning home, police found a second woman dead of gunshot wounds. Brownlow and a white Ford Focus were missing from the residence, and police began a search for him.

About 10 p.m. Monday, police received a call of a shooting at third location involving a male fitting Brownlow's description, where shots were fired but no one was injured.

Police were then dispatched to another home where a man and a woman were found dead and a three-year-old boy was found alive in his bed. The male suspect in that shooting matched the description of Brownlow and was driving a white Ford Focus, police said.

Police spotted the vehicle parked outside a convenience store, and a man matching Brownlow's description was seen inside the store. As the officer called in the suspect's location, the man fled in the Ford Focus. He led police on a high-speed chase through nearby neighborhoods until the suspect wrecked his car and fled into the woods.

A state police helicopter using an infrared heat-detecting device helped locate Brownlow in a creek bed after he abandoned his vehicle and tried to escape on foot, said Lonny Haschel, a spokesman for the Texas Department of Public Safety.

As police were chasing the suspect, investigators found a fifth victim, a man, dead inside the convenience store. Police did not give a motive for the shootings and did not release the names of the victims.

Terrell is located in Kaufman County, where District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife, Cynthia Woodward McLelland were killed earlier this year, as was Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse. A former local justice of the peace, Eric L. Williams, and his wife Kim, have been charged with murder in those killings.

Charles Everett Brownlow Jr. has 2011 family assault conviction
He is black
.  Court records show the man suspected of killing five people during a series of attacks in his North Texas community has a long criminal history, including convictions for assaulting a family member, drug possession and weapons charges.

I suspect he may be Muslim, cant find proof - yet

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Nuclear waste moved New Mexico to Texas
Mar 22, 2014
 Radiation leaks force transfer of nuclear waste from New Mexico to Andrews County Texas to a private dump.
Radioactive leftovers to the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in Carlsbad, New Mexico was sent to western Texas.
The waste is at risk of a wildfire.
Another release of radiation was detected but does not pose a threat to public health.  yeah right, trust us.

Comment -Judy Allbright - Ship it to D.C. where it will be useful.

New Mexico * Los Alamos wildfire near nuclear lab

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