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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 HERALDZEITUNG October 2005 TOUR CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Airman missed birth of his daughter he was needed in the wake of the Gulf Coast He spent most of his free time getting to know his baby and talking to his He did not watch much The TV news media decid ed at some point the only thing people want to see is bad Thats the reason for die negative image of what is going on over he They dont show all of the humanitarian What were doing over there is While he reacclimates to civilian Evola said he planned to avoid any nega tive coverage of the war or President George I think hes doing a great the soldier I sup port him because he takes care of the and he ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County arrested the following Mirna Salas New intoxicated assault with a vehicle accident involving Jeremias motion to sion of less than 2 ounces of Jim David Canyon violation of the Clean Air Belinda New Carl Michael Baker Canyon no safety belt failure to maintain financial responsibility no drivers Dudley Bell New making a false report to a police Jeremy Franklin Spring no James Richard theft by check between and Timothy Jay Canyon illegal dumping between 5 and 500 Chuck New motion to revoke while license Lewis Craig public Pablo New fictitious registra tion failure to maintain finan cial responsibility 2 Christine Marie Spring public intoxi Mario Christian New Stacy Renee San possession of less than 2 ounces of Mallory New no rabies vaccine or city Barry Alan failure to causing bodily Keith Douglas New driving while license invalid with previous Dorothy Michelle Canyon failure to main tain financial responsibility failure to Michael Cody public Michael Scott Spring following too cjpsely failure to Jerell Universal driving while license Patrick Brian New expired license plates violation of promise to James Michael New public intoxi Manuel public Robert Gomez New no drivers license failure to stop at stop sign possession of marijuana public intoxication failure to Lisa New speeding failure to maintain financial responsi Ernest Band San driving while license keeps his word to Evola will be retiring from the military in in part because it is time to stay home with his but also because of the I want to have his signa ture on my retirement he I also want the flag I get to have flown over the capitol while hes in While he is waiting for his Evola will be getting up to speed on the citys street proj ects and his new He was promoted to foreman of the street crew less than a month before he left for his second not much time to get to know the He made a good start Mon day when the crew gathered to welcome him back to the job with breakfast tacos and They were pretty but Evola said he knew they would warm Ive got a bunch of pictures to bring and show he I know once were out there theyll start ask ing me Ive got plenty to tell TRIAL CONTINUED FROM Page 1 New trial scheduled later this month I was ready for Peter son I spent the last two weeks getting ready for this trial in serious But we had a material difference of opinion on trial Peterson said Gomez turned down three plea offers made by District Attorney Dib Waldrip one several months ago that would have required Gomez to serve only 10 years in Hes turned down all Peterson We also had a difference of opinion on who would testify at trial and what they would testify Ramsay appointed attorney Tom Clark to represent Gomez and set trial for Peterson said hed already provided Clark with his Ill be communicating with Tom so we have a good transi tion in Rudys best Peterson MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD Kim Neal theft between and possession of between 4 and 200 grams of a controlled penal ty group Marcus Jermaine San speeding 100 mph in a 70 mph Melissa Ann Crystal interfering with public duties public intoxica Elia New motion to adjudi by check between and Monty Joseph New theft of a motor Joseph Edward Naymik New criminal Ryan Alan New possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana possession of drug parapher Michelle Roxanne Spring failure to with public Joshua New failure to appear failure to maintain financial responsibility possession of drug Gary Lee Canyon theft by check between and Donna Gail Canyon theft by check between and John David New failure to maintain financial responsibility failure to control speed violation of promise to Stefanie Kay New no drivers license failure to maintain financial Michael New no rabies Tonya Renee Spring public intoxi Melissa Coronado New no insur ance speeding open contain er failure to maintain finan cial Lintisha Marie Canyon theft by check between and 2 theft by Lisa Martinez Canyon aggravated assault with a deadly weapon possession of drug paraphernalia possession of less than 2 ounces of mari Jose Louis failure to stop at stop sign no drivers license no insurance expired vehicle Robert James Daniel New criminal Timothy Ray New public intoxi Rene San resisting search or transport public intoxication no drivers Deidra Jean Canyon failure to con trol Pedro San check Michelle New violation of prom ise to between and motion to revoke between and failure to identify as a fugitive by intentionally giving false Pauline Hernandez New driving while license invalid no insurance expired vehicle Joe Jon Canyon possession of drug paraphernalia invalid drivers Holly Harding Canyon public intoxica tion failure to Jose Jesus New expired motor vehicle inspection fail ure to maintain financial responsibility expired license Robert Michael driving while license Paul Michael New public intoxi Steven Harold driving while license invalid motion to revoke pro of between 1 and 4 grams of a controlled penalty group 1 Troy Lee theft between and Kenneth James Canyon theft between and New motion to revoke Angela New motion to revoke of less than 28 grams of a controlled penalty HOWTO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Subscription rates Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Three 3 Six 6 One 1 Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas Three 3 Six 6 One 1 Mail outside Texas Six 6 One 1 Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New Delivery problems Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 Staff directory Doug Editor and Publisher email@example.com Valerie Business Manager Henry Production Manager 214 Jeff Circulation 22fj firstname.lastname@example.org Neice Marketing 208 email@example.com Classified call 215 display call 208 call Waldrip expressed doubt at Gomezs motives for firing his All it amounts to is a veiy thinlyveiled attempt to avoid responsibility and obfuscate the administration of Waldrip The Gomez Waldrip dates to when the Comal County Met ropolitan Narcotics Task Force and Comal County SWAT Team raided the Gomez fam ily located in the 2000 block of West Bridge Waldrip said he made gen erous plea offers to resolve an old case and because Gomez had already missed several tri al This case is just so old we were trying to get it Waldrip Criminal defen dants understand that time is on their For Waldrip time would run out after Mondays There is no offer that will be reconveyed to Well just go to Waldrip Hes had all the bites at the apple hes going to RATE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A County judge decries rollback effort This is the first step in what will have to be a monumental effort to gather the necessary voter Kirk County commissioners over stepped their authority by adopting a tax rate higher than that allowable by Were taking the issue to the people and asking that they put a stop to this arrogant County Judge Danny Scheel has seen tax rates rise twice during his sevenyear admin The in was a 1cent increase to fund the local portion of the costs of recovery from the 2002 This years increase was to meet rising costs of insurance and indigent health care and pick up the costs of a tax freeze for seniors and dis abled homeowners and fund costofliving pay increases for county employees and raises for elected Weve taken all steps possi ble to reduce the county budget to the minimum amount to supply services the public expects from county Scheel Kirk takes this approach after a month and a half of budget hearings and two sep arate tax rate hearings where he never had enough interest to show up and voice his opin In my 12 years in county I have never seen him make a positive statement in any of his publi so it really doesnt sur prise While the tax rate has remained steady during much of Scheels term in the actual tax collections have risen dramatically due to increased property values In Scheels first run for county judge in he defeated That doesnt mean any thing to and Im not say ing anything about what I might do politically in the Kirk Scheel said he would be were Kirk to announce his candidacy for Kirk said in his state ment I may run for reelec tion in Scheel If theres any question in his Id like to confirm group 3 motion to revoke of less than 2 ounces of Rodolfo Valdez New issuance of a bad Steven Vasquez New driving while John Allen Canyon driving while Michael New failure to maintain financial Laura Jean Zachary Michael possession of less than 2 ounces of mari juana possession of drug Erik Ries Canyon assault with COURT CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Senate hopes to make decision soon Miers said at the White House before departing for the Capitol and a confirma tion campaign already tak ing shape in the Majority Leader Bill said through his spokesman he wanted a con firmation vote by Thanksgiv a seven week timetable by recent his torical There needs to obvi a very thorough inquiry into her background as a lawyer and her people who will know her on the issues of character and which we will find Arlon Spechter TEXAS LOTTERY Jon Lawrence New theft less than SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 214162940 BB 22 WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 1 4111 54044 BB 40 MEGA MILLIONS 13143052 MB 10 Megaplien 2 PjCKJL Day 626 TEXAS TWOSTEP 271734 BB 21 CASH FIVE 27203435 46 OFF NEWSSTAND PRICE FOR 1YEAR SUBSCRIPTION ONLY It Pays for Its Self HERALDZEITUNG 707 LANDA STREET NEW TX 78130 8306259144 METRO 8306060846 3 MONTHS REGULAR NE ONLY SAVE 13 FROM REGULAR NEWSSTAND PRICE OF 6 MONTHS IEGULAR NE ONLY SAVE 35 FROM REGULAR NEWSSTAND PRICE OF 12 MONTHS i A savings of 46 NEWSSTAND PRICE OF S182 State Paymentidrcis one Cash Check MasterCard Visa Discover I Acct Date Amount
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