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For Rent
Publisher’s Notice
All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to the
Fair Housing Act which makes it
illegal to advertise “any prefer-ence,
limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or na-tional
origin, or an intention, to
make any such preference, limi-tation
or discrimination.”
Family status includes children
under the age of 18 living with par-ents
or legal custodians, pregnant
women and people securing custody
of children under 18.
This newspaper will not know-ingly
accept any advertising for real
estate which is in violation of the law.
Our readers are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised in this news-paper
are available on an equal op-portunity
basis. To complain of dis-crimination
call HUD toll-free at 1-
800-669-9777. The toll-free tele-phone
number for the hearing im-paired
is 1-800-927-9275.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT: 2
bdrm/1 bath, standard or loft available,
incl. stove and ref., covered parking. Call
Tenth Haven Apts. at 689-1048, Mon.-
Sat., 8 a.m.-6 p.m. only. 23-TFC
FOR RENT: Port Mansfield newly
remodeled, waterview, two bedroom,
1 1/2 bathroom, fully furnished,
washer/dryer, large yard, 1 car ga-rage,
plenty of room for boat park-ing,
pier access. Short or long term
rental. Call Sandy (409) 771-3709.
4-4TP
LILY’S GOLDEN SHEARS: Full
service salon for men and women.
Color, pedicures, massages and
more. Updos for any occassion. 1
mi. W. of Raymondville behind
Caldwell’s Nursery. 956-689-2586.
Special - Highlights (short hair
only) -$25-$30. 44-TFC
Salon
Garage Sale
Retama Manor
Raymondville
6-TFC
NOW HIRING
Inquiries - please call
Becky N. Salinas - ADON
at (956) 689-2126
Now hiring for the positions:
CNA
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W.C. Sheriff’s Blotter
For Rent
or Own
LASARA CASA DE VENTA: 5622
6th St. Casa de venta o se renta por
$400 mas depocito contrato por un
año. Tel. (979) 618-6585, (979) 618-
6490.
7-2TP
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RAYMONDVILLE POLICE BLOTTER
S by
Alterations, mending, zippers,
upcycling.Call, text or stop by
395 S. 15th St., Raymondville.
(956) 577-3621,
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Now accepting credit cards!
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Lots For Sale
HUGE THREE FAMILY GA-RAGE
SALE: at 1 mi. N. of Lyford
Holly Rd. (Rosas residence), Thurs-day
and Friday, 7-3, two night stands,
home decor, shoes, toys, clothes,
walker and much more. 8-1TP
GARAGE SALE: at 544 W.
Sonora, Thursday, 8-?, gas heater,
clothes and shoes. 8-1TP
GARAGE SALE: at 14172 Broad-way,
Lyford, Saturday, 8-?, clothes
for men and women, furniture and
dishes. 8-1TP
LOTS FOR SALE IN RAY-MONDVILLE,
TX: Lots 4-7 onW.
Chihuahua St., Colonia Hidalgo Sub-division,
$15,000, owner finances up
to $9,000. For more information, call
(956) 440-8900 or email to:
llbencetrust@gmail.com. 8-3TP
TV & COMPUTER REPAIR: Re-pair
all makes and models fast, reli-able
service. Call or text 956-232-
1547. 8-1TP
FEBRUARY 18 - Assault by
threat, 300 blk W. Yturria.
Arrested: Ricardo Cesar
Garcia, II, execution of warrant
x2, no driver’s license, failed to
stop at designated point, 1000 blk
E. FM 3168.
FEBRUARY 17 - Theft, 400
blk W. Sauz.
FEBRUARY 16 - Duty on
striking fixture, landscaping, 400
blk W. Harris.
Theft, under $100, 300 blk W.
Canal.
Found property, 100 blk N.
4th.
Arrested: Jose Antonio
Tindall, possession of marijuana,
800 blk N. 9th.
Arrested: Israel Angel Vela,
aggravated assault with deadly
weapon, date/family/house, 1800
blk S. Exp. 77.
Assist other agency, 400 blk
W. Tampico.
Arrested: Alejandro Tijerina,
Jr., possession of marijuana, mi-nor
driving under influence, pos-session
of drug paraphernalia,
300 blk E. Hidalgo.
FEBRUARY 15- Burglary of
building, 400 blk N. 7th.
Assault causing bodily injury,
FV, 400 blk E. Charles.
Arrested: Cody Jay Moreno,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
possession of substance <=2 oz.,
abandon endanger child criminal
negligence, 300 blk E. Hidalgo.
Accident, 500 blk S. 7th.
Terroristic threat, 500 blk W.
Hidalgo.
FEBRUARY 14- Animal
call, 500 blk S. 5th.
Theft >= $300k or more, 400
blk W. Rodriguez.
Terroristic threat, FV, 200 blk
S. Gorman.
FEBRUARY 12- Theft, over
$100, under $750, 100 blk N.
Exp. 77.
Burglary of habitation, bur-glary
of building, 600 blk S. 3rd.
FEBRUARY 11 - Incident
report/domestic disturbance, In-dustrial
Dr., Raymondville.
Execution of warrant/drive
while intoxicated, arrested:
Michael Angelo Lopez, W.C.
Sheriff’s Dept. Jail.
Incident report/identity theft,
Broadway St., Sebastian.
Execution of warrant/criminal
mischief, arrested: Michael
Angelo Lopez, W.C. Sheriff Dept.
Jail.
FEBRUARY 12 - Theft, Hwy.
186 and CR 315, Raymondville.
Theft, San Francisco St., Ray-mondville.
Unattended death, 7th St.,
Sebastian.
Execution of warrant/theft by
check, arrested: Lionar Valdez
Vela, W.C. Sheriff Dept. Jail.
Execution of warrant/possess
controlled substance, arrested:
Juan Jose Gonzalez, W.C. Sher-iff
Dept. Jail.
FEBRUARY 13 - Assist other
agency/Raymondville P.D., Goyo
Garcia Rd., Raymondville.
FEBRUARY 14 -Violation of
court order, Spence Rd., Ray-mondville.
FEBRUARY 15 - Incident
report, disturbance, FM 506,
Sebastian.
Violation of protective order,
FM 1015, LaSara.
Incident report/fire call, Hwy.
186, Raymondville.
Assault, Industrial Dr., Ray-mondville.
Fraudulent use/possess identi-fying
information, Zapata Rd.,
Lyford.
Criminal mischief, Garza
Ranch Rd., LaSara.
Violation of court order,
Spence Rd., Raymondville.
Execution of warrant/tamper
or fabricate evidence, arrested:
Linda Vasquez, W.C. Sheriff
Dept. Jail.
FEBRUARY 16 - Assault of
public servant x3, arrested: Max
Alexander Graciani, 8th St., San
Perlita.
Incident report/animal call,
Lopez Rd., Raymondville.
Assault-FV; assault by threat,
assault by contact - arrested:
Manuel Montalvo, Jr., 1st St.,
Sebastian.
FEBRUARY 17 - Execution
of warrant/assault, arrested:
Rumaldo Cruz, W.C. Sheriff
Dept. Jail.
Execution of warrant/evade
arrest - arrested: Alejandro
Tijerina, Jr., W.C. Sheriff Dept.
Jail.
Execution of warrant/burglary
of vehicle, arrested: Alejandro
Tijerina, Jr., W.C. Sheriff Dept.
Jail.
Execution of warrant/fail to
appear; theft - arrested: Alejandro
Tijerina, Jr., W.C. Sheriff Dept.
Jail.
FEBRUARY 18 - Public in-toxication,
arrested: Porfirio
Guerrero, Monterrey St./Canal
Ave., Raymondville.
Incident report/damaged prop-erty,
Spur 56, Raymondville.
Incident report/damaged prop-erty,
Spur 56, Raymondville.
Incident report/damaged prop-erty,
Spur 56, Raymondville.
Harassment by phone, Hwy.
186/Arena Rd., Raymondville.
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HOUSTON (AP) -
Records show a lead police in-vestigator
in a January drug
raid on a Houston home that
left two residents dead has pre-viously
been involved in mul-tiple
shootings, received writ-ten
reprimands and faced sev-eral
lawsuits.
The Houston Chronicle
cites internal police records
and court documents in report-ing
that officer Gerald Goines
has received glowing reviews
despite repeated instances of
questionable behavior and de-cisions.
Police Chief Art Acevedo
said Friday that Goines lied in
an affidavit justifying the Jan.
28 raid on the home that also
left Goines and three other of-ficers
with gunshot wounds.
Goines remains hospitalized.
Goines in 1997 shot and
killed a man in an apparent
road-rage incident. Goines also
was shot and recovered from
his wounds.
He was shot again in 1992
by a man who argued with
Goines after seeing the officer
urinate outside an apartment
building. No charges were filed
against the shooter.
Shootings,
lawsuits
mar record of
officer in
Houston raid
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) -
A federal judge has dismissed
an eastern Pennsylvania
mother's argument that a school
should be held responsible for
psychological harm and bad
publicity over her teenage
daughter's disappearance to
Mexico with a married man.
The suit alleged that Lehigh
Valley Academy violated the
mother's rights by repeatedly
allowing 46-year-old Kevin
Esterly to sign her out of
classes.
U.S. District Judge Joseph
Leeson said Thursday that the
school wasn't involved on the
day she disappeared, since the
two met at a bus stop before
school. Attorney Everett Cook
said an appeal is planned, but
other claims may have to be
pursued in Lehigh County
Court.
Esterly was sentenced to
21/2 to five years in December
on a misdemeanor corruption
of a minor plea. He apologized
but said their relationship was
innocent.
Claims against
school over teen's
disappearance
dismissed
HOUSTON (AP) - Au-thorities
says a suburban Hous-ton
man was injured after he
accidentally shot himself in the
stomach at his daughter's birth-day
party.
The Harris County
Sheriff's Office says the uni-dentified
man was spinning a
gun in his hand on Saturday
when the weapon accidentally
fired.
Authorities say the acci-dental
shooting took place dur-ing
a birthday party at the
man's home for his 16-year-old
daughter.
The man was taken to a lo-cal
hospital for treatment. His
condition was not immediately
known.
Texas man shoots
self in stomach
during daughter's
party
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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -
Austin and San Antonio have
teamed up to reduce traffic
congestion between the two
metropolitan areas, vowing to
align transportation goals to
manage population increases
and traffic growth.
The cities' metro-area plan-ners
and the Texas Department
of Transportation studied for
over a year how to ease com-muting
within the regions, in-cluding
along the busy Inter-state
35 corridor.
``When we looked at the
population projections of the
San Antonio and Austin area,
by 2050, we'll have the same
population, if not more than
what Dallas-Fort Worth has to-day,''
said Roger Beall, deputy
director of the state agency's
transportation, planning and
Austin, San Antonio to tackle traffic congestion together
programming division. ``So
we need to get ahead of the
curve ... to take care of our
transportation needs.''
The study recommends
more coordination and coop-eration,
but it doesn't outline
next steps or funding options,
the Austin American-States-man
reported.
Democratic Sen. Kirk
Watson said coordination is es-sential
as the two metropolitan
areas continue growing toward
each other.
``Simple actions like meet-ing
regularly to align similar
work underway in each region,
beginning to plan together and
implementing technology uni-formly
will have positive im-pacts
with relatively limited
resources,'' Watson said.
He said a big challenge is
the lack of available funds for
the interstate's reconstruction.
Gov. Greg Abbott opposed
a proposal to build toll lanes on
Interstate 35, which Watson
said was a critical part of the
plan to ease congestion and
fund construction.
The Republican-led Legis-lature
will have to take action,
such as raising revenue, autho-rizing
debt or seeking private
funding, Watson said.
``This is a big, once-in-a-generation
project and it's not
cheap,'' he said.
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