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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas DECEMBER 2003 SPECIAL SECTION LAST MINUTE Got shopping done Dont miss the minute gift guide for ideas for that special Inside 60 years peddler Ulloa By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer Terry of New was sentenced Tuesday afternoon to 60 years He was convicted in October on three drug including possession of methamphet amine and marijuana and bail Some of his offenses occurred in a drugfree zone within feet of a Head Start Util ity in the 2900 block of Interstate 35 In July a Dib Waldrip H iffs Office SWAT team arrested Ulloa in his West End New Braunfels home a monthlong investigation by theDepartmentof Pub lic Safety arid the Comal County Metro Judge Gary Steel gave Ulloa 10 years for his bailjumping two years for the marijuana charge and 50 years each for the cocaine and methampheta mine The drug sentenceswill be served con District Attorney Dib Waldrip argued for the steep Ulloa is jthe type of criminal who should be given the maximum he said Tuesday Ulloa has an extensive criminal Waldrip That history includes a 1986 federal conviction for conspiracy to distribute pounds of Even after the latest charges came Ulloa allegedly attempted to tribute Clearly because of his he has indicated that he a candidate for Waldrip Anything less than the maximum sen tence woiijd be spitting in the face of he saiqV Waldrip said he hoped to send a mes sage of intolerance for crime to the com I argued to the court What we do here today will convey a message to the he NG SPORTS HOOPS They Smithson Valley boys basketball team defeats the Capyon Cougars 5648 Tuesday 5A and Coma County since VoL 2S 14 2 sections CK WWW DEAR ABBY 4B COMICS FORUM APPLAUSE SPORTS TV GRIDS 3B ai 4A 60 S6A 4B FRONT and CENTER Beware the Grinch A i DWIO Coma County Sheriffs Department the bolt dpes not fully burglars can gain demonstrates how the deadbolt lock on a door easy access to the Officials are warning of should extend and lock in Kolbe said that if heightened caution during the holiday Holiday precaution put crooks at loss By Dylan Jim6nez Staff Writer Tis the season for criminals to be The opportunities for thieves to take advantage of people abound during the Christmas The criminals are out there and look ing for an opportunity to make us a vic said Comal County Sheriffs Office Tim There is an increased likelihood of success for crimi nals during the hol idays as presents are packed into cars and piled under Christmas Although citizens cant change a per sons desire to Kolbe people can take steps to make crime harder criminals The criminalsfare the predators and we are the Kolbe To prevent crime and guard ones people have to start thinking like a he You cannot give them the opportu Kolbe It just takes thinking things Criminals usually will take the path of lease resistance to commit a If a crime will make too much noise or take too that crime might not prove worthwhile to a One of the basic rules is to be aware of To do its best not to burden one self with lots of bags at the A shopper weighed down with pack ages wont see a criminal coming and could do little about it Dont be an easy Driving people should make See Page 3A SAFE SHOPPING I Be alert and aware of your surroundings at all ICarry only what you I Ask for an I Plan HOME SAFETY Have lights at all entrances at H Do not leave a message on your answering machine of when youll be out of Know which of your neighbors you can trust and depend on in an emer gency Check who is at the door before opening Dont hide extra keys in easily accessible Criminals will find isnt e City shouldnt bank on experts say BY Scott Mahon Stiff Writer NewBraunfels Utilities trustees aues raenttorNewpwuneelsshouldnotnec ffiSSSBSSSSKSSK one that line economic developrnnt sttareeies boaf d W consultants have reconv CHEER FUND Please send ypur donation tp Cheer 707 Unda New Brf Headon collision kills 46 3 injured From staff reports A San Antonjo woman Monday night after a headon collision north Qf Spring Tje amdent left three oth Marie Nanette Pellet was driving a gpQ3 Hyundai Branch she swerved into the southbound lane and onto the southbound ge not able to avoid her as he drove Pellet died on impact at ajbput 8 as she slarnmed into the trutck head Her Staeey of was tafeen to University Hospital The driver and passenger Of the truck also were taken tp University The was in Tuesday night Passenger Mar cos pf Spring was in stable Spring Branch man
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