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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 9, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas NB wins Hays title Cougars get consolation 10A 410 M053 MICROPLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 Scoreboard High school playoffs Madison Judson 16 NBA NY Jets Buffalo San Praneiseo Minnesota 7 Chicago Dallas 97 Portland late lail escapee caught in Houston iy DEBBIE DeLOACH taff writer Freedom for Juan a Comal County Jail sty who escaped lasted only one Delgado was arrested by officers of the Houston Nice Fugitive Division early Friday hey knew where to thanks to an anonymous Comal County Sheriffs Rudy Rubio had eceived on Delgados We put it in the newspaper Wednesday that we vere offering a and I got a call from a woman that Rubio Shes the one who gave me the Houston As it turned Delgado wasnt where the woman said But he was next Rubio and that was close Rubio went to Houston Friday to pick up who has now been charged with escape from Peace Justice Harold Krueger set his bond at Delgado had been in jail since 7 on forgery and aggravated assault He walked away from the Courthouse at about on 30 while taking out the Rubio said Delgado told him that he hitchhiked to but a 20yearold New Braunfels woman was charged last week with aiding the Diana Trejo of 1855 Mill was released from custody Tuesday on a Rubio would not release any specifics on the charge against The charge means she had something to do with transporting him or facilitating his he The escape incident also prompted Sheriff Walter Fellers to say last week that jail inmates charged with felony offenses can no longer be Cheer Fund Contributions for our Cheer Fund drive to feed needy families this Christmas can be brought by the HeraldZeitung 186 Monday through Friday or mailed to Drawer New The drive is proceeding well so and we appreciate your help in making it happen again this Skins Oilers face Rams Page 13A New Braunfels Sunday December 50 Cents 60 Sections Speed raid sets record By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer state and Comal County officers confiscated between 2830 pounds of methamphetamine in an early morning raid on a Biilverde residence The street value of the controlled substance was estimated at making it the biggest speed haul in Comal County Arrested was 28yearold Steven Allen who reportedly had a loaded 1 Sigauge shotgun in hand when officers raided his home at 31722 Bulverde Road about 7 It was a pretty hairraising ex first search Ive been in volved in where shots were Comal County Sheriffs Rudy Rubio It definitely gets your Investigator Kermit Kroesche Kroesche and Investigator Dennis Koepp participated in the along with Department of Public San Antonio and Universal City police The bust was headed by agents from the Drug Enforcement Ad Our involvement really started when the DEA agents asked us to share our knowledge of the Rubio The house was under surveillance for several We even had a DPS helicopter flying above it during the in case someone tried to Rubio said most of the metham phetamine was found in a freezer in the while the laboratory was located in a locked downstairs Agents estimated the operation had been at that location about two When we made our entry into the bedroonvwe were confronted with a 12gauge shotgun the suspect had in He ducked under the The agents shot four he finally decided to throwthrgun bhtoiw the Koepp He didiiUget a thats what it amounted Kroesche because we later found an arsenal in the same room tucked inbetween cubby holes in the There were three a bolt action and the rifle he and everything was There was even some of those throwing stars hidden in the head board like the ones used by martial arts Koepp Rubio said Pruske told the officers he had the shotgun in because someone had shot some of his goats the night Other reports in dicated there were about 25 dead animals around the in cluding sheep and Pruske was charged with unlawful See Page 16A New Braunfels Unicorn players charge out of the dressing room through a corridor of Unicorn fans for the second half of Fridays quarterfinal contest with GregoryPortland in San It turned out to be their last half of the llEHYL CLANK HE RAID HUNG as the Wildcats withstood a furious New Braunfels rally to 21 Details in Inside Wafer Watch Comal River cfs same Canyon Lake inflow cfs up 2 Canyon Dam els samel Edwards up Canyon Lake down Toddys Weather It will be partly cloudy today and Monday with southerly winds at 1015 mph becoming light and northwesterly High today will be in the mid low tonight near and a high on Monday in the midto upper Teen Scene Teen Connection is a place where girls can find the stability and at mosphere they cant seem to get at As Teen Connection marks its first its supporters and including a tabby describe how the center has made life Page 18 Passenger on hijacked plane makes plea By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hijackers who have killed four hostages on a Kuwaiti airliner in Tehran threatened Saturday to kill and an American passenger pleaded with officials to prevent further killing by meeting the sky pirates Irans news agency Irans official Islamic Republic News Agency also said the hijackers released 39 more The news agency quoted the hijackers as saying those released were in but it gave no further in Eighteen including the four remained on the Before they released the the hijackers told the airport control tower in Tehran that they intended to start killing more hostages if Kuwait did not meet their the news agency They did not indicate when they would carry out the The who have said they killed two Americans and two on Friday named another American and three Kuwaitis as their next victims if Kuwait did not release 17 prisoners convicted of bombing French and embassies last Kuwait has refused the The hijackers said they planned to put all of the Americans on board on but did not A White House spokesman said Friday that two Americans had been slain and that four other Americans remained aboard the The hijackers seized the Kuwait Airways Airbus A300 Tuesday on a flight from Kuwait to with a stopover in and forced it to land in Tehran with 161 people The Iranian news agency said the speaking over the jets introduced himself as Charles Kipper and said Please meet their demands because they are Please prevent further An earlier statement by hijackers had named a Charles an American CIA member of the Agency for International Develop ment as among the four passengers who would be killed IRNA The State Depart See Page 12A Rezoning requests on council agenda BUSINESS CLASSIFIED 1te CROSSWORD 6A PEAR ABB Y 8S DEATHS INTEBTAJNMENT KAiEIDOSCOPE OPINIONS 4A SPORTS City Council will consider the first readjing of three rezoning or including a controversial change asked for by developer John at Us Monday night Thomas wants commercial zoning on a piece of Loop 337 land on which he wants to build a small shopping mail and office Planning and Zoning Conunission approved his with a special use permit at its 13 rosettng after a twohour public Neighbors were concerned about a shopping center behind their Thomas appeared before the several months WIATHfR fer the tract spwitbwesi corner of Lwp 337 and Tews Neighbor opposition at that time caused him to withdraw and re submit his request last At that time he came with two plans for the property one a residential area with twostory and the other a onelevel shopping mall and office There were abort five stipulations included in the special permit issued by Planning and including that he must plant a raw of trees along the back eightfoot masonry Other zone changes recommended to CouncO by Planning and Zoning a M acre tract by W 35 FM South Mesqwte Aveaue ajod Green Meadows to Cl Duplissey cause of death Krueger rules Peace Justice Harold Krueger has ruled the 19 death of Robert Paul a victim of acute cyanide was not suicide or On the death there are four choices homicide or pending in which is the current Krueger said at an inquest into Puplisseys death investigation wow be amended to read Suicide aAd homicide have to he but nothing here changed this case in any wayAc I was ruled out so I have left it as Krueger added was found slumped over the toilet by his when she came home from work about S on She tesOUed Friday his body was still warn bat her to revive him were could never get she Travis County Medical Examiner Roberto Bayardo performed an autopsy on Duplissey on but it took toxicology tests to determine the cause of death as acute cyanide Bayardo said Friday he found cyanide residue in all tissue samples he examined from Duplisseys Bayardo testified the cyanide appeared to have been taken by and that Duplissey had died in three five He had also been drinking at least an hour before his death to reach a blood alcohol level State law defines intoxication as a blood alcohol level of Hours before his a Comal County Grand Jury had indicted Duplissey for aggravated kid See Page
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