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hair blonde and another inmate had dyed his hair orange in an apparent attempt to avoid Zachareas He also said some of the fugitives may have been at a Colorado Springs bar late they were out he The convicts arrived in the area on Teller County Sheriff Frank Fehn He offered no other details of their nor how they covered the more than 800 miles from the prison in south Authorities said a weekend tip prompted by the show Americas Most Wanted led to the The show had featured the convicts four times since the including the last three Saturday Undersheriff Kevin Dougherty said authorities were told about the fugi tives by the manager of the a combination motel and RV park where the motor home was The tucked away amid pine was put under surveillance at 2 authorities Rivas and two others were arrested not at the RV park but as they pulled up for gasoline at a convenience store near Woodland The Texas Department of Criminal Justice said Rivas was captured with inmates Michael Rodriguez and Joseph Authorities said inmate Larry Harper killed himself inside the motor home sometime after another Randy walked Harper had wanted to speak to his father and authorities arranged for him to do so by cell Fehn He was dead from a gunshot wound to the chest by the time the arrangements were Authorities found 15 handguns inside the motor home and another gun in the Jeep the fugitives were Zachareas Still missing were Patrick Murphy convicted of and Donald New imprisoned for armed Authorities said the two fugitives may be seeking more Zachareas said he didnt know whether that meant they planned a and Fehn said authorities had no idea where the pair might Its very said Kristie a hairstylist at Hair Studio West in Woodland who listened to news of the captures on a shop No one wants to go The seven inmates followed a cun ning plan to overpower 13 prison employees during their escape from the maximumsecurity Connelly Unit in southeast of San They stole a cache of weapons and drove away unchallenged in a prison According to the inmates robbed an Irving sporting goods store and gunned down Officer Aubrey Hawkins when he showed He was shot 11 times and his body was run over by a The thieves fled with clothing and in cash and A reward was offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Hawkins After the convicts were his Jayne said I want them to see me They will look at me and I want to see what they look like when they look at the mother of a child who is The escape was the largest from a Texas state prison in modern Before last Texas had recap tured all but one of the 143 inmates who escaped from its state prisons in the past 10 A scathing state review blamed prison employees for the escape a warden has since been demoted and other employees The parents of the youngest escaped convict at were grateful when they learned of his said Bill a family friend and chief of police in the Fort Worth suburb where Halprin grew Theyre obviously so relieved that no other police officers or innocent people were and extremely relieved that this thing looks like its going to wind down fairly peaceful answered to be he EL 1A The sophomore described her hometown as small and lush with a place where many residents work at the or When she heard about the Giron said she thought first of her who was at their New Braunfels That night when I went I found my mother Giron It took almost a week before her family heard from an uncle that her father and grandfather had survived the powerful landslides and after Another uncle arinounced the good news to the and Giron said the restaurant patrons and staff The father and grandfa ther survived because they had left for business north of their hometown on the morning of the When they they found Giron They found nothing of our Giron lives with her three younger siblings and her who arrived in the United States four years ago to Giron said she missed her her friends and her old she said the outpouring of sup port from CHS teachers and staff made her feel welcome and part of an extended It feels good because everybody is Giron As Cantu patted Girons hand and You know you have friends and family a coach walked up and handed Cantu a pile of folded lcYou see how generous the people are here Cantu Its a wonderful les son in humanitarianism for the The same day the same class period that Giron told Cantu about her the emergency aid collection What was surprising to me was the students spon taneous reaction they were reaching into their their pulling out whatever they The news spread like wildfire through the Cantu Then the faculty and staff joined pulling money out of club budgets and sending the call to their Within two had been and by more than We started off with a cardboard Cantu Then we started passing tin Ziploc bags whatever we could pack the money Teople in the community need to know how wonder ful our young people are how fortunate they are to have such good young peo The school will send a check to the American Red So far the Red Cross has contributed and disaster response vol unteers who will distribute safe drinking water and help families locate one another in El An American Red Cross representative said the organization could accept only financial because it has no way to distribute food or other types of nonmone tary Financial donations help the Red Cross target the exact need and keeps money pumping through the affected areas economy during a time of To send donations to the American Red Cross International Response Fund for El One hundred percent these contributions will directed to the International Response Mailed contributions should be designated for El Salvador Mail to the San Antonio Chapter address 3642 San TX 78219 or call the national disaster fund donation hot Line at 800 HELPNOW or 800 2577575 1A Later in the the New Braunfels River Activi ties Committee presented council with the results of months of work it invested in studying river manage ment issues for the Comal and Guadalupe The group stuck to a three tiered funding system that relied on a wristband fee for using public exits along the two increased fees for shuttle permits and increased parking fees for Prince Solms The bulk of the money would come from the wrist band public exit fee that could be sold at retail The bands would have to be sold by tube rental business who would also be responsible for making sure their customers who planned to use a public exit had a This is money that will come out of the hands of the through the outfitters or retail businesses that choose to to the river management committee vice chairman Ken Valentine He told council that busi nesses already collect fees for such as fishing license But tube rental business owners said the proposal was unfair because it puts the brunt of funding the river program on their We think its a quarter too tube rental business man Zero Rivers And we think there needs to be more players in town who make money from the river Texas River Trips owner Mel Polk I think its not right or fair to put me in a position where I have to collect anybodys Council set a workshop for 6 1 to discuss the pro posed In other action Council voted 52 in a third and final vote to create a pay asyouthrow policy that would limit the number and weight of trash receptacles and create a sticker for excess garbage In a final city council members voted 70 to require tertiary containment of all new underground storage tanks that would hold regulated sub such as gasoline A proposal that would require all new and in some cases additions or home to occur above the base flood elevation was Council mem bers opted to wait for more 4A the Clinton White That book launched Aldrich into worldwide fame and blew the whistle on alleged prob lems in the Clinton White House two years before the Monica Lewinsky scandal The first clue that things would be different came with the new system for security or background checks on Clinton We were chasing people like Dee Dee Myers and Vince Foster around for a year try ing to get paperwork togeth Aldrich It became obvious he Aldrich said the investiga tions his office did manage to conduct would sometimes uncover highly unfavorable information about one appointee or but no action would be taken when that information was passed on to the White There were all kinds of things you and I could never get away Aldrich including unpaid taxes and student drug abuse and evidence of other They got security clear ances Aldrich We knew the fix was Aldrich said he and others warned officials in the FBI and on Capitol Hill that there was a serious security prob lem at the White but little was In 1995 he retired and wrote his book with the inten tion of it published before the 1996 I couldnt stand by and let these people get reelected to office without letting people know what kind of people they Aldrich He submitted the book to the FBI for They didnt like the idea of but they couldnt dis pute the facts in Aldrich It was published on July to a firestorm of criti Aldrich found himself branded as crazy and a pathological as had been others critical of the It was as if we were sucked up into a Aldrich From your loving Gus   

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