New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 11, 1987, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 11, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Heraid-Zeifung New Braunfels Texas Wednesday November 11 1987 FBI, Texas Rangers looking for clues in burglary rampage WIMBERLY AP The FBI Texas Rangers and Department of Public Safety have been called in to help Hays County Sheriff Alford Hohman in vestigate an outbreak of burglaries in this town of 3, IOO people Residents and merchants were outraged by break ins early Tuesday at a savings and loan office, an assortment of stores and restaurants, an office and a gas station Byron Sage supervisory special agent in the Austin FBI office said that in his 16 years in law enforce ment he has never M*en a set les of crimes like this He said the burglaries are believed to have been committed by more than one person but investigators are not certain whether the job was done by proles sional thieves I have not come across anything like this in the past he said Were trying to develop as many suspects as we can obviously it was a well- coor dinated well thought out effort This could be a very significant burglary ring or a group of independent^ that gathered together to target a rural community W imts*rley is I > miles northwest of San Marcos The I*' break ins are believed to have begun around i a rn PPS spokesman Mike Cox ^a»d Burglars ap parentis trust unsuccessfully to break into two other businesses authorities said They took time to eat pe. ans at one of the break ins \ SJO bill that represented the first money made at one business was taken from a frame FBI agents art involve! in the investigation hts atis.- of the break in at the Wimberley branch of the First Ftuieral Savings ami hum Association of New Braunfels Investigators said the burglar** broke into a safe and took an undist InM^d amount of cash and v aluables \t first investigators thought the break in at First Federal was unrelated to tile other burglaries but later found ev idem e some of the business burglaries were to get equipment to attack IN* sax mgs ami loan Sheriff s Sgt Fd Fletcher said Scott Owens an employee of King Feed and Hardware said the burglars did not take money at his business but stole several hand tools, including ham mers and pry bars that were later found at the savings and loan R J Hicks, operator of links' Texaco, said his alarm system was dismantled from the outside and a hole was knocked through a back wall to get into the building Hicks blamed the absence of law officers for the break ins saying only one sheriff s deputy patrols at night in Wimberley which does not have a police force as well as nearby Dripping Springs How can an officer do his job if he's in Dripping Springs and something happens in Wimberley he said Fletcher said Wimberley rn normally patrolled by one deputy at night and two in the day He said the deputy responded to alarms at two businesses Tues day morning but did not notice the break ins Mac Brackeen owner of Fuschak > Pit Bar Bg next to the Texaco station said the burglar'* obviously were not afraid of detection because they pried open the door at the well lit entrance to the restaurant Brackeen said the burglars left a trail of empty pec an shells in the restaurant and along the street Jim Reese, owner of VS imberlev Pharmacy said the intruders took both money and drugs Two boxes of harnt>urger patties two bags of frozen french fries and PJM* was taken from the Burger Barn owner Bobby (Jest said A large bank deposit was stolen from Cest sc.tr two weeks ago bt* said and Tuesday s burglary will make it difficult to keep the restaurant open He said he is not insured against theft lf s set nu* back quite a bit he said Business had just started picking up I ve fought for the last year and a half just barely staving open I may have to get a hank loan to get through the next few months Faked documents Farmer, notary charged in immigration scheme Pafle 5A HARLINGEN AP Immigra tion officials have arrested a farmer and a notary they say conspired to provide false documents to aliens seeking legal residency in the United States under an agricultural prove sion of the new immigration law An incident last month in which 19 aliens were detained at the Immigration and Naturalization Services Legalization tenter in Harlingen brought on the investigation, said INS investigator Howard Adams Felipe Gonzalez, a 67-vear old farmer living in Pharr was arrested Monday and Alma Garcia a 29 year old notary public living in San Juan was arrested Tuesday Both were released on SIO.OOO bond each after appearing before a federal magistrate in McAllen INs officials said Gonzalez and Garcia are accused of falsifying documents used by the aliens in an attempt to qualify for amnesty under the spec sal \gricultural Worker SAW program of the Immigration Reform and < on trol Act of 1986 Under the SAW program, ap pin ants must show they worked in agriculture in the United States for at least 90 days in the 12 month period ending May I. 1986 Investigators allege that Gonzalez traveled to the town of China in the Mexican state of Nuevo I .eon and induced residents to come to the Rio Grande Valley The aliens were sold fraudulent documents for up to $220 each in vestigators said Adams said officials became suspicious when so many people from the same town showed up at the legalization center on the same day Gonzalez is accused of supplying the aliens with a false record of work mgon his farm Most of them acknowledged they had only been in the United States a few days when they were detained said INS spokeswoman Virginia Rice Fourteen of the arrested aliens re mained detained as material wit nesses at the INS' Port Isabel Pro cessing Center •'The probe is continuing and more arrests are expected ” Rice said INS officials have acknowledged that the SAW program has been filled with fraud since the 18-month application period began June I Adams said other similar schemes are believed to be operating He wasn't the U>ne Hanger out there doing this " the investigator said Put a little laughter in your day readthe AMUSEMENTS Page daily in theH»rald-Zeitun$ Jessica’s surgery expected to be last Inno a, t    *    t    ult    Sen    ice    -    Added    I    aine DAVIS JACKSON & DARRYL HOAG gladly announce the merger of their offices into JACKSON, HOAG & COMPANY, Certified Public Accountants PX. (51. at 393 Tolle Street. New Braunfels, Texas 625-7765    (512)    629-1922 MIDI \NI) VP lure > surgeons <1 * .mid tit horn. Jess iv a Mi .*> the ss rn.>nth bv Thanksgiving urn ght *r in hat I Mens* when -'Im ha* k> ant we I lr apexed tor was it in ami believe sin* ha** undergone her final **urgerv for injuries she relets ♦st failing ll feet toto a irs well During a two hour operation Tue** day dot tort Shelton v inev and Terry Tut«h took skin from Jessup * right v . • and h.| a* .'t »r t ft ft * \i *->♦-! fiwxt arid removed “tit. he*, {rom rehead <H**rat»«»fs wa*- Jessu a s sixth “ entering M Hospital Ort 16 res. urd from the witn h vfi. had ben hours \ mev “aid that barring any pro t I ems Jess}, a should g" home in IO las s to two Weeks I ire grafts repia. »s1 *he .-“llmale*! V- pert eo? of tissue ‘fiat had died ami ieee renewed in three prior 'Urgene* hr said I his surgers win probably get the mo**t complaints from Jessica tesause {here is a raw area on her {up where we ' ■ a the skin from V .Rev said Three areas of her hug kill grafts th* iHjfef sui responding uftderkide of incision {fiat ran >k*wn I entrr lier {.ag alai a ta gall nil!*ay k**t the .rid continued to Ila- hi Tufrb saki V plaster k»*epmg J*** position \ repiai ed in w alktng i as Tuhto als* ami tool wees to lr* in and > a dais mull •.th hon ed rom the front an* orth old toddle* st it surgery hod ta ret che rs were ii .» s fOrem*ad V alp skin down * ounded forehead : f at k Of s head •»n done npianteti a I to 3rd Annual Easter Seals re* rived .ie am. cor I fie fleet an far !«>p side teg ion that innrr area k. tie* area : ♦ Y * ^ 5 CT * «■ ♦ Sunday, November 1 5, 1987    « 1    4 Whirlpool has challenged us to move out our Whirlpool appliances, so we're offering you unbelievably prices! 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