Blog Posts in December, 2012

  • State Employers Charged with Medicaid Fraud

    || 23-Dec-2012

    In July of 2011, half dozen former state employees were arrested by the FBI at gunpoint. They were charged with defrauding the Medicaid program. They used their positions in the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to use funds to their own benefit to the tune of at least $200,000. FBI Spokesperson Eric Vasys said, “This group of employees was able to identify a flaw in the system. ...
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  • Man Sentenced to Life in Prison for DWI Wants New Trial

    || 17-Dec-2012

    Cornelio Garcia-Mata, 45, who was recently sentenced to life in prison for his eighth DWI conviction, now wants a new trial. His defense argued that valid defense objections and motions were improperly denied during his court proceedings. District Attorney Jennifer Tharp did not agree, however. In her opinion, Garcia-Mata’s harsh penalty was a sign of community intolerance for drunken ...
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  • Thanksgiving Day Murder Shocks Small Town

    || 12-Dec-2012

    A Thanksgiving Day double murder shocked the small San Antonio suburb of Utopia, in which 80-year-old Juana Tweedy and her friend, 79-year-old Muriel Teed were murdered by Tweedy’s son-in-law, according to Kens5 News. The Uvalde County Sheriff Charles Mendeke told Kens5, that Tweedy “had filed an eviction notice on her son-in-law and her daughter who had been living in a house on her ...
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  • Suspects Nabbed in String of Olmos Park Burglaries

    || 7-Dec-2012

    Residents in Olmos Park “say they feel a sense of relief after police arrested three suspects in connection with a rash of home burglaries,” according to Kens5 News. All three arrested are facing felony burglary charges after being caught in the middle of burglarizing a home while one suspect waited in a Jeep outside. The Jeep matched the description of the vehicle used in other recent ...
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