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Thank you Pasadena Livestock Show & Rodeo for honoring First Responders tonight. Constable Phil Sandlin and Deputy Gosse...
10/01/2022

Thank you Pasadena Livestock Show & Rodeo for honoring First Responders tonight. Constable Phil Sandlin and Deputy Gossett were honored to be a part of the event.

Constable Sandlin hosted a swearing-in and awards ceremony this afternoon to recognize several Precinct 8 employees, La ...
09/27/2022

Constable Sandlin hosted a swearing-in and awards ceremony this afternoon to recognize several Precinct 8 employees, La Porte officer and civilians. We would like to congratulate the following:

Swearing-in:
• Deputy Jason Risenhoover was sworn in as our newest Deputy.

Length of Service Awards were presented to:

10 years
• Deputy Tyler Gossett

15 years
• Sergeant Wayne Gerrish
• Sergeant Arturo Cruz
• Deputy Daniel Conway
• Deputy William Jenkins

20 years
• Deputy Kevin Cates

30 years
• Deputy Tom Boone

Individual service awards were presented to:

Certificate of Merit
• Deputy John Gomez
• Deputy Christopher Cratty

Certificate of Valor
• Deputy Brandon Claunch
• Sergeant Brian Covey
• Deputy Investigator James Wingfield
• La Porte Police Officer Andrew Heiden

Distinguished Service Award
• Communications Officer Kristy Poole
• Communications Officer Jana Zachrau

Certificate of Meritorious Public Service (civilian)
• Mr. Grady Bolton

Congratulations to these men and women on their accomplishments! We are proud to have such a dedicated group of individuals representing this agency and other surrounding agencies on a daily basis and for citizens willing to assist us when the need arises.

National Night Out is next week! If you or your neighborhood is planning to host an event that evening and would like a ...
09/26/2022

National Night Out is next week!

If you or your neighborhood is planning to host an event that evening and would like a Precinct 8 Deputy to stop by, please let us know by filling out a submission form at: t.ly/snUC

National Night Out is scheduled for Tuesday, October 4, 2022. If you or your neighborhood is planning to host an event that evening and would like a Precinct 8 Deputy to stop by, please let us know by filling out a submission form at the link below.

National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for and participation in local anti-crime programs, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. It is intended to send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are invested in the unity and quality of their communities.

To tell us about your event, visit: t.ly/snUC

The Harris County Toll Road Authority hosted a dedication ceremony to rename the Southwest Toll Plaza to the “Deputy Con...
09/21/2022

The Harris County Toll Road Authority hosted a dedication ceremony to rename the Southwest Toll Plaza to the “Deputy Constable Jennifer L. Chavis Memorial Building”.

Members of the Precinct 8 Honor Guard joined together with our county law enforcement partners for the ceremony. Harris County Precinct 7 Deputy Jennifer Chavis was tragically killed in the line of duty in April of this year.

Deputy Chavis will forever be remembered.

IN PROGRESS CALL LEADS TO ARREST OF BURGLARY SUSPECTSThree suspects are arrested on multiple charges after Precinct 8 De...
09/21/2022

IN PROGRESS CALL LEADS TO ARREST OF BURGLARY SUSPECTS

Three suspects are arrested on multiple charges after Precinct 8 Deputy Mitchell responds to a Burglary in progress call at Almeda Mall in the 12200 block of the Gulf Freeway.

For the full story, click here:https://constable8.harriscountytx.gov/News%20and%20Events%20Documents/PRESS%20RELEASE%20-%20Burglary%20of%20Business%2009-21-22.pdf

Webster Fire Department will hold a child safety seat inspection Thursday, September 22nd from 10 AM to 1 PM. This progr...
09/20/2022

Webster Fire Department will hold a child safety seat inspection Thursday, September 22nd from 10 AM to 1 PM.

This program aims to assist parents by providing certified child safety technicians who will inspect, instruct and correct improperly installed child safety seats. To make an appointment, call 832-824-3483.

Check the list for other locations.

We are celebrating Child Passenger Safety all month long! Houston road ways can be dangerous, let's keep our little Texans safe. Make an appointment for a car seat event near you to learn how to properly install your child's car seat.

09/20/2022

The following information has been released by TxDOT.

🚧 FULL CLOSURES 🚧

🚦 NASA 1 and Main Street in Seabrook will be fully closed to east and west traffic at the intersection of SH146 nightly from 9:00 PM Thursday 9/22/22 through 5:00 AM Friday 9/23/22 AND nightly from 9:00 PM Friday 9/23/22 through 5:00 AM Saturday 9/24/22. This closure is for installing precast concrete panels on the northbound express bridge. 2 off-duty police officers are anticipated to be used during these closures.
Detour for NASA 1 eastbound traffic to Main Street: Turn left on Repsdorph, use round-a-bout to go east on E. Meyer Avenue, then take a right on Todville Road, continuing south until you reach Main Street.
Detour for Main Street westbound traffic and SH 146 northbound traffic to NASA 1: Take a right onto SH 146, head north, u-turn at E. Meyer Avenue, and travel south on SH 146 to NASA 1.
Detour for SH 146 southbound to Main Street: Head south on SH 146, take a left onto E. Meyer Avenue, take a right at Todville Road, and travel south to Main Street.
NASA 1 between Repsdorph and SH 146 will be limited to local traffic only. All local traffic must turn right at SH 146 and head southbound.

🚦 FM2094 will be fully closed (both directions) just west of SH146 nightly from 9:00 PM Monday 9/26/22 through 5:00 AM Tuesday 9/27/22. This closure is for installing precast concrete panels on the express bridge. Four off-duty police officers are anticipated to be used during this closure.
Detour for traffic on SH146: FM2094 can be accessed by turning west on FM518 until you reach FM2094.
Detour for traffic on FM2094: SH146 can be reached by traveling west on FM2094, south on FM270, and east on SH96.

🚧 LANE CLOSURES 🚧

🚦 The inside (left) eastbound and westbound lanes on FM 2094 will be closed 500 FT west of SH 146 daily from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM on 9/20/22 through 9/23/22. This closure is needed to support bridge construction activities. No off-duty police officers are anticipated to be used in these closures.

Construction and lane closures are weather permitting and subject to change at any time. Uniformed officers will be onsite to assist with closures if needed. Information about the SH 146 Expansion can be found at www.sh146.com.
These closures are subject to change if needed due to weather.

Precinct 8's highlights from the week of September 5 – September 11:Over 380 traffic stops were conducted. 26 traffic ac...
09/19/2022

Precinct 8's highlights from the week of September 5 – September 11:

Over 380 traffic stops were conducted.

26 traffic accidents were investigated including 1 major accident and 2 crashes resulting in Fail to Stop and Give Information reports.

10 subjects were arrested on outstanding warrants.

8 drivers were arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.

Deputies responded to the following:
8 Disturbances
1 Road Rage
1 Assault
1 Runaway
1 Mental Health call
2 Animal Humane calls
1 Aggressive Animal
4 Thefts
5 Burglary of Vehicle
2 Burglary of Business
1 Stolen Vehicle

09/15/2022

The following information has been released by TxDOT.

🚧 FULL CLOSURE 🚧

🚦 NASA 1 and Main Street in Seabrook will be fully closed to east and west traffic at the intersection of SH146 overnight from 9:00 PM Friday 9/16/22 through 5:00 AM Saturday 9/17/22. This closure is for removing overhangs on the northbound express bridge. Eight off-duty police officers are anticipated to be used during these closures.

Detour for NASA 1 eastbound traffic to Main Street: Turn left on Repsdorph, use round-a-bout to go east on E. Meyer Avenue, then take a right on Todville Road, continuing south until you reach Main Street.

Detour for Main Street westbound traffic and SH 146 northbound traffic to NASA 1: Take a right onto SH 146, head north, u-turn at E. Meyer Avenue, and travel south on SH 146 to NASA 1.

Detour for SH 146 southbound to Main Street: Head south on SH 146, take a left onto E. Meyer Avenue, take a right at Todville Road, and travel south to Main Street.

NASA 1 between Repsdorph and SH 146 will be limited to local traffic only. All local traffic must turn right at SH 146 and head southbound.

Construction and lane closures are weather permitting and subject to change at any time. Uniformed officers will be onsite to assist with closures if needed. Information about the SH 146 Expansion can be found at www.sh146.com.
These closures are subject to change if needed due to weather.

Precinct 8's highlights from the week of August 29 – September 4:Over 270 traffic stops were conducted. 43 traffic accid...
09/15/2022

Precinct 8's highlights from the week of August 29 – September 4:

Over 270 traffic stops were conducted.

43 traffic accidents were investigated including 4 major accidents, 5 crashes resulting in Fail to Stop and Give Information reports and 1 accident involving a pedestrian.

16 subjects were arrested on outstanding warrants.

8 drivers were arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.

Deputies responded to the following:
8 Disturbances
2 Telephone Harassment
3 Assaults
1 Terroristic Threat
1 Arson
2 Criminal Mischief
5 Mental Health calls
1 Burglary of Vehicle
3 Thefts

09/15/2022

This Saturday, September 17th LyondellBasell and Trees For Houston will be giving away trees at San Jacinto College from 8 am to 12 pm. We wanted to make our citizens aware that there may be extra traffic in the area of Fairmont Parkway and Cunningham Drive. For more information on this event, click through to their post-https://bit.ly/3B6FUeZ.

09/13/2022

Have you ever considered being a Police Dispatcher? $19.75 starting hourly pay.

Harris County Precinct 8 is currently accepting applications for Communications Officers. The men and women in our Communications Division are highly trained professionals who are often the first contact citizens have when calling the police for help. From answering incoming calls to radio dispatching for our police units, Communications Officers are the lifeline of the agency. If you think you have what it takes to join our team, consider applying today.

We offer lateral entry for those with prior experience as a law enforcement dispatcher. Certificate Pay, Education Pay, Bilingual Pay, Trainer Pay and great benefits! Our dispatch center is located off of Bay Area Blvd in the Clear Lake Area. Please share and apply today! We have an immediate opening upon completing the hiring process.

For more information, visit our website at: https://constable8.harriscountytx.gov/Pages/E-T_Employment.aspx .

***Certified dispatchers are welcome to sit in and check out our center.**

Happy National Police Woman Day! Today, we honor all the women who chose this profession to boldly stand as role models ...
09/12/2022

Happy National Police Woman Day! Today, we honor all the women who chose this profession to boldly stand as role models for women who aspire to work in law enforcement. We are especially thankful to the women behind the badge that serve Precinct 8!

We will never forget…
09/11/2022

We will never forget…

National Night Out is scheduled for Tuesday, October 4, 2022. If you or your neighborhood is planning to host an event t...
09/08/2022

National Night Out is scheduled for Tuesday, October 4, 2022. If you or your neighborhood is planning to host an event that evening and would like a Precinct 8 Deputy to stop by, please let us know by filling out a submission form at the link below.

National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for and participation in local anti-crime programs, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. It is intended to send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are invested in the unity and quality of their communities.

To tell us about your event, visit: t.ly/snUC

Precinct 8's highlights from the week of August 22 – August 28:Over 400 traffic stops were conducted. 34 traffic acciden...
09/08/2022

Precinct 8's highlights from the week of August 22 – August 28:

Over 400 traffic stops were conducted.

34 traffic accidents were investigated including 4 major accidents, 2 crashes resulting in Fail to Stop and Give Information reports and 1 accident involving a pedestrian.

21 subjects were arrested on outstanding warrants.

3 drivers were arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.

Deputies responded to the following:
13 Disturbances
1 Discharge of Firearm
1 Road Rage
1 Assault
2 Criminal Mischief
1 Runaway
1 Mental Health call
8 Thefts
1 Credit Card Abuse
2 Stolen Vehicles
1 Animal Humane call

HELP IDENTIFYCase #220800105Precinct 8 Investigators are asking for the public's help in identifying this man. He is sus...
09/08/2022

HELP IDENTIFY
Case #220800105

Precinct 8 Investigators are asking for the public's help in identifying this man. He is suspected of stealing packages in the 16000 block of Mesa Verde Dr. in Houston on August 12, 2022 at around noon. If you know who he is, please contact Deputy Investigator A. Stovich at 281-488-4040 (option 4) or through email at [email protected]. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through our website at Constable8.net.

It’s National Child Passenger Safety Month! Webster Fire Department will hold a child safety seat inspection event Thurs...
09/07/2022

It’s National Child Passenger Safety Month!

Webster Fire Department will hold a child safety seat inspection event Thursday, September 22. Check the list for other events this month. To make an appointment, visit: safekidsgreaterhouston.org

We are celebrating Child Passenger Safety all month long! Houston road ways can be dangerous, let's keep our little Texans safe. Make an appointment for a car seat event near you to learn how to properly install your child's car seat.

Overnight, Precinct 8 Deputies responded to a major crash in the 2400 E Nasa Pkwy in Nassau Bay. The teenage male driver...
09/03/2022

Overnight, Precinct 8 Deputies responded to a major crash in the 2400 E Nasa Pkwy in Nassau Bay. The teenage male driver and female passenger were transported to the hospital, miraculously with only minor injuries. The male driver admitted to racing a Chevrolet Camaro moments before the crash. He told Deputies he was going approximately 75 mph when he lost control. The driver only suffered a laceration to the leg but had to be extracted from the car by Nassau Bay Fire Department.

“This crash could have very easily had a much different outcome. I hope this incident serves as a reminder to those who choose to race on area roadways that such actions could be deadly. This young couple is lucky to be alive”. - Constable Phil Sandlin.

Precinct 8's highlights from the week of August 15 – August 21:-Over 320 traffic stops were conducted. -26 traffic accid...
09/01/2022

Precinct 8's highlights from the week of August 15 – August 21:

-Over 320 traffic stops were conducted.

-26 traffic accidents were investigated including 5 major accidents and 3 crashes resulting in Fail to Stop and Give Information reports.

-12 subjects were arrested on outstanding warrants.

-7 drivers were arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.

-Deputies responded to the following:
5 Disturbances
1 Road Rage
1 Assault
1 Terroristic Threat
1 Su***de
2 Mental Health calls
1 Fraudulent Use ID
8 Thefts
1 Burglary of Business
2 Burglary of Vehicle
3 Stolen Vehicles
1 Recovered Stolen Vehicle
2 Animal Humane calls

Precinct 8 Deputies assigned to the Harris County Toll Road have been conducting a traffic initiative in the area of SH ...
09/01/2022

Precinct 8 Deputies assigned to the Harris County Toll Road have been conducting a traffic initiative in the area of SH 225 and E Sam Houston Pkwy S. Recently, numerous motorists have expressed concern over vehicles making an improper right turn from the Pasadena Freeway Frontage Rd northbound lanes to enter the tollway. In response to these concerns, Precinct 8 deputies made several traffic stops resulting in citations and will continue to monitor this intersection.

Anyone recognize the suspect in these photos?Precinct 8 Investigators need the public’s assistance identifying the suspe...
09/01/2022

Anyone recognize the suspect in these photos?

Precinct 8 Investigators need the public’s assistance identifying the suspect involved in a Burglary and Credit/Debit Card Abuse case. On August 28, 2022, the suspect burglarized a vehicle at a residence located in the 16500 block of Space Center Blvd and stole several items including credit cards. On August 29, 2022 at 4:29 PM, a female suspect entered the Walgreens located in the 16100 block of Space Center Blvd and used one of the listed stolen credit cards to make a purchase.

Anyone with information, please contact Deputy Investigator A. Stovich at 281-488-4040 or by email at [email protected]. Tips can also be submitted through our website anonymously at Constable8.net.

HAPPENING NOW:The Battleship Texas, the 1910 vessel that took part in both World War I and II, is being towed from the S...
08/31/2022

HAPPENING NOW:

The Battleship Texas, the 1910 vessel that took part in both World War I and II, is being towed from the San Jacinto Battleground to Galveston for some much needed repairs. The Texas has been an iconic Precinct 8 landmark for the past 70 years. It’s new home base is yet unknown, but we will miss having her here. She is expected to arrive in Galveston later this afternoon.

Constable Sandlin hosted a Swearing-In Ceremony this afternoon at our Clear Lake station. Deputy Anthony Chinchilla was ...
08/29/2022

Constable Sandlin hosted a Swearing-In Ceremony this afternoon at our Clear Lake station. Deputy Anthony Chinchilla was sworn-in as our newest deputy. Congratulations Deputy Chinchilla and welcome to the Precinct 8 family!

Anyone recognize the suspect in these photos?Precinct 8 Investigators need the public’s assistance identifying the suspe...
08/29/2022

Anyone recognize the suspect in these photos?

Precinct 8 Investigators need the public’s assistance identifying the suspect responsible for a theft that occurred at HEB located in the 18600 block of Eastfield Dr. On August 19, 2022 at 6:38 PM, a male suspect entered the store and stole several hundreds of dollars’ worth of merchandise. The suspect fled the scene in a silver Ford pickup.

Anyone with information, please contact Deputy Investigator J. Wingfield at 281-488-4040 or by email at [email protected]. Tips can also be submitted through our website anonymously at Constable8.net.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the men and women of Precinct 3 today as they mourn the loss of Deputy Omar Ursin. Ple...
08/29/2022

Our thoughts and prayers are with the men and women of Precinct 3 today as they mourn the loss of Deputy Omar Ursin. Please join us in praying for Deputy's Ursin's family, friends and coworkers.

It is with heavy hearts and utter disbelief that we share the tragic news of the senseless murder of one of our own, Deputy Omar Ursin.

Deputy Ursin was off duty picking up dinner for his family when an unknown person shot and killed him while he drove his familie’s vehicle in the 11900 block of Madera Run Pkwy. near Timber Forest in Atascocita. The Harris County Sheriffs Office is actively seeking information from anyone who may have witnessed this or may live in the area with video cameras. If you have any information at all that may aid in the apprehension of this suspect please report it immediately to HCSO at 713-221-6000.

We ask that you pray for Deputy Omar Ursin’s family, friends and all of us who are devastated by the loss of our brother.

Rest In Peace Deputy Ursin, we’ve got it from here.

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Super aggressive cop just rolls up and starts frisking man who is not breaking the law

Harris County Precinct 8 Just want to send out a big hello an to say be safe an have good shifts!!
Abuse
I have been having issues with hubby, I had to call the police 3 times and every time 2 officers would come n Every time I was told "normally we make the aggressor leave, but because he is drunk, we don't want him driving, so I will have to leave. He Throwing things n breaking things threatening me and They are taking his side.
About 2 weeks ago, he literally tried choking twice and literally threw me out. I had $40 n no one would give me a room, they wanted $55+, so I went to the Jersey Village Police, parking lot, for safety, to sleep in my car, I accidentally found their lot where they park their cars, so I thought this was a safe place to sleep, until they found me, they said I was "trespassing" and I had to leave.
Couple of nights later, I am at Kroger on Westheimer n my wallet keys and phone gets stolen, out of the shopping cart, ( I am such an idiot, I deserved it), so I call the police, they come out, make a report, so I got up the guts to make a report about Hubby throwing me out, (he put his hands on me). About a week later, I get a phone call from HPD, saying that because the "assault" happened outside of their jurisdiction, they will not do anything, I have to report it here. 5 Times, The Police Refused to Help Me.
5 Times.
This is How the Constable/Sheriff Protect and Serve Us!

Last night, he balled up his fist at me, because I refused to cuddle with, because of the way he was treating me (I have it on recording), I stood my ground, and said “go a head, leave a mark on me”, needless to say, he did not touch me, called the B word and left me alone. I was praying the hold time, but I did not show it.

Why call the Police? They refuse to do anything.
Constable Sandlin, For the record, Lizzy Pietrzak just threatened to bring Mathew Pietrzak to my home and attack me after I made comments about your deputies arresting her brother. If I am attacked I wanted the authorities to be duly notified. Thank you.
Want to thank your officers for the extra patrols through University Trace. We've apparently had a lot of cars and homes broken into, do the drive throughs with the additional spotlighting is very reassuring to see. Please pass my thanks on to your staff.
Thank you friends we are on the order from the security secretariat of Jalisco Mexico
Is there an update for the young mother life flighted this morning from intersection of Red Bluff and Fairmont pkwy?
The Texas Department of Transportation, it’s Behavioral Traffic Safety Section, and the Houston District’s Office, invites you to participate in this year’s 2019 Click It Or Ticket (CIOT) Campaign Press Event, scheduled for 10:30 am on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at Hermann Square Park at City Hall, 900 Smith Street, Houston, 77002.

We are reaching out to our Traffic Safety Stakeholders as well as to 2019 CIOT Law Enforcement participants to help us identify Speakers for this Press Event. The time required is about 10 minutes for each Speaker and they should arrive at 10:00 am. Speakers and participants will have reserved parking spots in the City Hall Annex surface lot. Participants should bring/display the pass available at the link below to show security they have permission to park in the reserved spots.

HOUSTON MAP/LOGISTICS INFO: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jx5qg8a8al7f5bu/AAAr9X6uMO-KeHnTW7KQY3kha?dl=0
Onsite Contact: Robert Nash (512-779-3847)

In previous years, representatives from Houston Police Department, Harris County Constables, Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Harris County Commissioners, Harris County District Attorney’s Office, Houston’s Trauma Centers, DPS, and TxDOT’s Leadership have graciously given of their time supporting us as Speakers.

Some have already confirmed, but as this is a very important occasion for all of us in Traffic Safety, and especially in support of Houston, one of the cities with the highest rates of deaths due to traffic related crashes, we would like to have more representation and diversity.

Unfortunately, we don’t have too much time left. So please, contribute some of your time from your already busy schedule and join us on May 22nd at 10 am, Hermann Square Park at City Hall, 900 Smith Street, Houston, 77002.

Best Regards,

LILLIAN M. RAMIREZ
TRAFFIC SAFETY SPECIALIST
HOUSTON DISTRICT
BEHAVIORAL TRAFFIC SAFETY SECTION
TRAFFIC SAFETY DIVISION
TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
7600 WASHINGTON AVE, HOUSTON, TX 77007
Office Hours from 7 am – 4 pm
OFFICE: 713-802-5877 | MOBILE: 737-701-4127| EMAIL: [email protected]

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https://www.txdot.gov/apps/eGrants/eGrantsHelp/index.html

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My son was walking home from CLHS when a silver and/or white truck passed him by. The truck has a wave like design around the bottom. As they drove passed, they rolled their window down to throw a bottle at him. He is not sure if they spoke, he didnt see a face. However, he is a mixed race child, so I obviously have to consider that as a reason. Please, look for this truck.
I just wanted to thank you guys for your attempts in safeguarding the Middlebrook subdivision as of late especially during the morning when we are taking our children to school. I have seen numerous reports of all types of unlawful Behavior as of late circling about, and I just wanted to drop you guys a line to show my appreciation for your efforts to look after our community and especially our children. Kudos to you all and keep up the good work. Stay safe out there.
Greetings all,
To my understanding in the meeting today dated, 1/29/19, Sean Teare was not able to issue a warrant for the blood test where a repeat offender of ma*****na possession who admitted to ingesting ma*****na 7 hours prior to the fatal accident that killed my daughter Chelcie Victoria Cloud based upon the DRE Sgt. Ryan Gosset of Precinct 8 opinions that; the killer who hit and killed my daughter while her hazard lights were activated did not look intoxicated.

The fresh burning scent of ma*****na exuding from the vehicle and on his person was not enough or probable cause because of an opinion of a DRE who failed to take (his) Zachery Commander’s blood pressure, pulse and temperature. The accused also refused to submit to a blood test and a field sobriety test. My question is, what were Gosset’s opinions based upon if he failed to perform his complete duties and Commander refused all of the test. Are you telling me that the Chief of vehicular homicide does not have the authority or sole powers to make an executive decision to issue a warrant for a blood test, knowing that the offender admitted to smoking ma*****na.

I understood the attorney who stated that he presented the case to the Grand Jury and he stated that the offenses committed by Commander were juvenile offenses. Commander is 36 years old and 10 years ago he was 26 years old and that does not constitute a juvenile in the state of Texas. I never received and answer in regards to the usable amount of ma*****na found in the vehicle and the possession of a fire arm in a company vehicle within a license to carry. The attorney who presented the case failed to mention all of these facts to the jury because he was not aware of the facts. Commander was not a juvenile on each time an officer in Harris County and Waller County found him in possession of ma*****na. It is also a fact that he had 2 DWI’s in Harris County and the 3rd where he would have tested positive would have made him a felon. I will await your answers to these questions before moving forward.
Thank you in advance for your time and expeditious response in regards to this hardship and unpunished death of our daughter, Chelcie Victoria Cloud.

Signed,
Allison Cloud
James Wilson

Thank you y’all the brave men and women wearing BLUE 💙💙💙
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