New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 6, 1983, Page 20

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 06, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Two suspects sought in officer's murder DALLAS I AL i - Police were seeking a man and a woman today after questioning a man believed to be a witness to the slaying of a police officer who was shot five times and run over with a van Arrest warrants were issued Thursday night for Vernon E Morales. 44 and Rosemary Conclllo. 38. both of Dallas, according to Municipal Judge Barbara Rosenberg Ms Rosenberg said she denied bond for both A 44 year old man, one of the three people who conia* ted the sheriff s department Thursday, is believed to have been in a van momenta before Dallas Police Officer Ronald Baker was killed Monday, an investigator said Baker was slain in the parking lot of an apartment complex in the Pleasant Grove section after apparently stumbling onto a drug deal in progress, police said The witness provided information about the two suspects Police Capt Grant lappln told the Dallas Times Herald Acting on an anonymous tip. polite surrounded an apartment building earlier Thursday and took four people in to custody before learning they had no connection with the case, officials said The four — two women and two men — were told to surrender after tactical officers evacuated the area and herded nearby schoolchildren into an auditorium as a safety precaution, police spokesman Rd Spencer said. The four were handcuffed but then released after officers at the scene determined they were not involved in the slaying “They were Just not the right people." said Spencer Mary Mireles. 56, who was detained briefly along with her daughter and two grandsons told The Dallas Morning News that she apparently was the victim of a prankster “We've been here about six months and I haven't had much to do with anybody here because I dldn t want to get involved in any neighborhood squabbles *' she said * Still. here It is It happened" Legislature at-a-glance AUSTIN 'AID - Here are highlights of floor action in the Legislature on Thursday SENATE SCRM3. directing the Department of Human Resources — DHR — to upgrade services for children in family violence shelters approved <m voice vote, sent to House SCHM. directing the DHR to improve the delivery of services to rural victims of family violence, approved on voice vote, sent to House SURMA directing the DHR to make the public aware of the abuse of spouses and the elderly, approved on voice vote, sent to House SCR mn. directing the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education to require officers to take a course in family violence, approved on voice vote, sent to House SCRxy directing the Governor's Criminal Justice Division to create special family violence units, approved on voice vote, sent to House SBM56. increasing the fine for violation of certain municipal ordinances from SHOO to ti.OOO. approved Si 0 sent to House SB906, directing counties to provide emergency medical services upon request for a city within that county or for a bor dering county in certain situations, approved 31-0. sent to House SBiOlW adding hospital medical staff members to the list of persons who cannot deny emergency services, approved 31 0, sent to House HB665, providing special high school transcripts for students who complete honors courses, approved 3I O. sent to governor HBA93, continuing tiw Texas Railroad Commission, approved on voice vote, returned to the House with amendments SHIMO making tampering with f<sxi or drugs a crime, approved on voice vote sent to House SB342. prohibiting oil credit card sur charges, approved un voice vote sent to House SBMH4. transferring water and sewer utilities from Public I linty Commission to Water Commission, approved 26 I sent to House SB94M, regulating credit Mf** insurance, approved 23 6 sent to House SII864, relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages near churches, approved on voice vote, sent to House SB1044 relating to conflict** of interests of local officials, approved on vole** vote sent to House SM10W6, refunding a bool distr!* t bonds approved 2* I. sent tc» House New Braunfels National Little League thanks the following sponsors for their support of little league baseball and invites them and the community to New Braunfels National UUU LEAGUE FUN DAY Saturday, May 7th 2:00 p.rn.-8:00 p.m. Lions & Optimist Baseball Fields at side of Landa Park - Fredericksburg Little League Raffle — Win Money & Prizes Needle in the Haystack Go Fishing Moon Walk Water Dunk Sponsors of Nae Braunfels National Bug A Wister Church s I rted Chicken Crenwelge Plumbing Doeppenschmidt Funeral I Ionic (juaranty State [Link 11 Bar I Western Wear I lit4(elder Builders Knights of Columbus Mom tic Tot Natural Bridge Caverns New Braunfels Candy Co New Braunfels National Bank Hot Dogs Frito Pie Nachos Popcorn Little League New Braunfels Savings New Braunfels Travel Optimists Paul Bruner’s R&R Radio & T V San Antonio Savings Sikes blee trie Webb LubeMMM m & DI ME ttfft/MY 8th ^JSThESTAURAN' •*-**0 'I • **! 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