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‘Back to School’ Sting Busts 16 Adult Male Child Predator Suspects

The Pearland Police Department in Texas has arrested 16 male child predator suspects in a sting operation called “Back to School.” These suspects were arrested as part of an effort to find those who are engaged in the online sexual exploitation of juveniles for the purpose of meeting and engaging in sexual activity. Pearland is a city located just south of Houston, Texas.

Ken Paxton, Joe Kendall

Texas AG Pleads Not Guilty, Attorney Withdraws

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton stood before Judge George Gallagher in a state district court in Tarrant County and the AG pleaded not guilty to the criminal charges leveled against him. Moments later, Paxton’s criminal defense attorney, Joe Kendall, filed a motion to withdraw from representing Paxton in the proceedings.

Ken Paxton

Republican Voters Say Texas AG Should Resign, Says Poll

Nearly two-thirds of Texas Republican voters polled say that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton should resign. The poll comes in the wake of three indictments related to securities fraud that were handed down against the State’s current top law enforcement officer.


Border Patrol Union Recognized for Communications Program: Audience Reminded ‘#PoliceLivesMatter’

The National Border Patrol Agents Council (NBPC) vice-president received a communications award from the nation’s largest employee union, the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). The award recognized the Border Patrol union’s “The Green Line” podcast. During his acceptance of the award at the AFGE national convention in Orlando, Florida, the NBPC executive reminded the audience that police lives matter.

Blue Bell Returns

Blue Bell Back on Shelves August 31st

The countdown to Blue Bell Ice Cream has begun. Blue Bell Creameries announced on Monday, a 5-phase plan to put its ice cream back on store shelves beginning on Monday, August 31. Phase 1 brings Blue Bell home to its roots.

DPS Troopers

52 New Texas DPS Troopers Headed to the Border

Texas is sending fifty-two new Department of Public Safety troopers to the Texas/Mexico border region. The new troopers are part of the State’s efforts to beef up border security by providing more permanent law enforcement resources along the border region.

Illegal Immigrant Charged with Murdering

Illegal Immigrant Charged with Murdering 3 Family Members and Unborn Child

An illegal immigrant from Belize who, according to sheriff’s officials, entered the U.S. through Texas has been arrested and charged with the murders of three members of his family and the unborn child of his cousin. Deputies with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in Ft. Myers, Florida, responded on Tuesday to a gruesome scene where they found the bodies of a 37-year-old woman, her 18-year-old daughter and the daughter’s 19-year-old boyfriend.

Jefferson Davis Statue at UT

Statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis Moving Across Texas Campus

The University of Texas in Austin has announced the statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis will move from its current location on the South Mall to the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History. The history center is located at nearly the opposite end of the campus across the street from the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library.

Oink Oink! Bang Bang!

Armed Black Panthers March in Texas: ‘Off the Pigs’ (VIDEO)

A group of armed members of the New Black Panther Party marched on the Waller County Jail Wednesday afternoon chanting “The revolution is on… Off the pigs,” and “Oink Oink… Bang Bang!” The group of about fifteen Black Panthers exercised their First and Second Amendment rights. The group was met in Waller County by a large contingent of Harris County (Houston) Sheriff’s Office deputies.

DPS Troopers Shot

DEVELOPING: Two Texas DPS Troopers Shot, Suspect Dead

Two Texas Department of Public Safety Troopers were shot and injured Tuesday afternoon in Odessa, Texas. They were assisting a Texas Ranger along with two other troopers. The group was executing multiple arrest warrants in the area.

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Blue Bell Hits the Road with Ice Cream Filled Trucks

On Tuesday, Blue Bell hits the road with trucks filled with ice cream. Blue Bell Ice Cream is packed in freezer trucks and drivers have hit the road with what many describe as “the best ice cream in the country!” The announcement from Blue Bell comes after a nearly four month hiatus on producing and shipping ice cream after the listeria bacteria was found at multiple locations.

Violent Confrontation at Waller County SO

Video — #BlackLivesMatter Protest Turns Violent in Texas

At the end of what was supposed to be a non-violent rally supporting the life of Sandra Bland, a violent confrontation broke out between some of the protesters and Waller County Sheriff’s Office deputies. A small group of people barged into the lobby of the sheriff’s office and began shouting and pounding on windows and doors, according to officials. The group had to be forcibly removed by deputies.

Capitol Arson person of interest

Texas Capitol Police Seek ‘Person of Interest,’ Car Fire Possibly Arson

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is seeking help from the public in identifying a “person of interest” (shown above) in connection with a car fire on the grounds of the Texas Capitol. The vehicle had been identified earlier on Friday by a Twitter user as belonging to a Texas House Sergeant at Arms employee, James “Trey” Morgan.

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ICE Losing Illegal Immigrants Released from Texas Family Detention Centers and Jails

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is losing track illegal immigrants released from jails and family detention centers. ICE does not know how many immigrant families they let go and they do not seem to know where the ones they let go went. Many of these families have been released in Texas. New removal enforcement policies have let to criminal aliens simply being released from jails across the country.

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