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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday. August 30, 2011 I herald-zeÏtung.côm For breaking news, sports and traffic follow us on Twitter ONewBriunfelsHZ Become a New Braunfels HeraW-Zettung Facebook fan at factbook.com ml Sign up for e-newsletter by visiting tfie r Herald-Zeiting online: herald-z«itung.com ► COMING UP IN THE H I Wednesday Clip out delicious recipes published on the Herald-Zeitung's At Home page Looking for something to do“^ Check out the Weekend page to see what’s happening Friday Gear up for high school football with previews of local games in the Sports section Saturday The Herald-Zeitung's Faith pages feature local houses of worship every Saturday Firefi^ter faces arson charges By Ftiicia Frazar Seqiiih Ga?etle LAKE DUNLAP Ah 18 viMr-old volunfeer tireiightc’r h.is B('rri .u cusi'd ot intentionally setting .1 p.iir oi gr.iss tirrs. (iu<id.iliipe f irr Marsh,il Kcllv Kistnrr s.iid C .inK'ron S(ott Fd('rlrn was arrested Friilay on two (ounts ot arson tor atlegofl-K starting two grass firc's in the I .vki* l^iin-!a|) area. "f flcrlcn tiainis to hav(' bc'cn a tirc-tighl(>f with Lake l>iinla[) Voltinteer f ir(' I )(>partn'i('nt tor the last tour yt*ars,'' Kistn(‘r said. The fifst tire was al the ?7()0 hlot k ot Union WiiK’ ko.ul on Sunrlav, Aug. 21, around 5 p m., with the s(‘tond on Friday, Aug. 26, in the 1400 block of Zipp Road around 11 a.m., Kistner said; "NcMlher one ot the tires wt'rt' rnore than 200 to iOO sf|uare teet," h(' said. "There were no structures damagc'd and no injuries rc’ported." Ederlen was part of th(’ c rews that went to battle both small I)|a7c‘s, Kistner said. Information trom .i witnc'ss ot the second fire and from within the Lake Dunlap departmcvnt gave’ investigators a lead, he saicL "I’.ilrol deputies and investigators with the (juadalupe (Ounty Sheriffs Office vvc'fc' providc'd a ti[) by other firc'tighters witfrin th(> Lake L^unlai) Vffl that they bc'lic'ved one of their own membc»rs ma\ bc‘ ri's|K)nsible for th<' tires," he» said. "Also, information obtaihed trom an alert resi-dent in the area of the second fire helped investigators make* the apprc'hension." Ederlen was arresti'd after being interviewed and admitted setting the fires, Kistner said. "The other firefighters are upset," he said. "But they alerted me as s(K)n as they had information that Iclerlc'n was p)ssibly involved with setting the fires. The arrest was .1 rc'sult of them ( oming forward with information." Tlic' fire marshal said he is glad that the situation did not gC'l too far out of hand. '%Vc> were able' to stop him before it turned worse*," he said. ► YOUR DAILY COWIMUTE The following Canyon Lake boat ramp closures have been announced: ■    Canyon Lake Forest, Ramp 5 ■    Canyon Lake Hdis West, Ramp 7 ■    Crane's Miti Park, Ramp 10 ■    Jacobs Creek Park. Ramp 13 ■    jacobs Cjeek Park. Ramp 16 ■    Canyori Lake Shores, Ramp 22 ■    Mystic S*>ores, Ramp 23 BECOME AN l*REPORTER rilK()l)(;H YOLIH EYES ih'Z .nr" ► mi Upcoming public meetings include ■    Coniai Couritv Co'mTiissioiiers' Court, 8.15 a m Thiirh;(.tav, 19S Mam P;,i/a. ■    Parks Ro' ■•Mtion Aftvisory Board, 6 p.m Sept. 6. Landa H<njs ■    New Brdunfels Plannmg Commission, 6 p.m. Sept 6. City Council Chambers, 424 S Castell Ave. ONLÌNF EXTRA: ppjM MEETING AGENDAS I ■    Visit herald-zeitung.com I ■    to download <i()endastor opconuny local public moetings. New Braunfels Herald VsZu i UNO '10 70/1 ijMcta St Brauntels, T,X /8130 i830) 62H 'J!44. ta> ^8301625 1??4 Putilished Dll Satiird.lv Sunil<iv mornings and weekday niorntngs Tlinrsday    f-ridav tiy the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitunq (USFS 377-88.0). /07 Landa Street, or PO Drawer 311378. New Bfauntet.s, Comal County, Texas /8131 1328 Periodical postag«' paid at New Braunfels, Texas Pl)STM.ASTER Send address crianges tottie New Bfauntels rieraid-Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 78131 1328 Delivery Subscribers who tid.e not rer eived a newspaper by 6 a ni Tuesday through Friday and by 7 a rn Saturday and Sunday can ; all I830i 62‘j-9144, t‘xt 229. Staff directory Doug Toney f.ditor and Publisher Ext 201 rtoug.toney''herald /edung corn Autumn Phillips, Managing Editor, Ext 220 aphi.llips<i tie.rald-/’eilung com Shawn Lewis Ass.ist;iiit Managtng Editor, Ext 221 sIBwis ii'tir;r a Id -7e11ung ujin Chns Hoffman, Sports f ditor, Ext ?23 choffman'-iherald ¿eit;mg com Kate Thomas, Copy Editor Ext 222 kthomasaherakl’/eitung com Greg Bowen Staff wtitef. Ext 22'i gbowen ‘2 ht;i;ild-/eitung com Dalondo Mouttrie, Staff writer. Ext 224 dmouttriertherald’/eitiKig com Will Wnght Staff writer Ext 218 */wn:ghrtt'!u;r.ild/eituiig com Laura McKenzie, Phijioqiapher, E xt 227 lmckerl/ie‘Jherald-/eitiiiiy. com Shannon Myers. AdvirHismg Dire'.tot, Ext. 208 smyersOihi^rald /eitung com Jeff Fowler Circulati'Ki Director, Ext 228 jfowler aherald-/eitung com Rosie Vyillingham, Business Manager, Ext 202 rwil.lingham«1ieiald />;itung.coni Henry Coelio, Production Director, (830) 625 ‘j232 hcoello^lierald-./eitung.corr. Classified advertising, caH 625'9144, ext. 207 display advertising, call 625 9144, ext. 208, obituaries, weddmgs, engagement, anniversaries, call 625-9144, ext 214 ■    news®herald-/eituiig com ■    sportS'aherald-7eitung.com ■    planner'aherald-^eitung,com ■    letters®herald-/eitung.com ■    classiheds'ifherald-?eitung.com ■    advertising ©herald 7eitung.com ■    circulation ffheratdveitung. torn r^THE AGENDA Photfj stilimiHed Reader Keilfi Coliiims submitted this photo oi trash removed trom the Comal River following an underwater cleans lip on July 8 Send your high-resolution photos to news@herald-zeitung,com. iV Law enforcement officers m New Braunfels and Comal County booked tite following individuals between August 26 and August 29: ♦    Paul Andrew Adame, 50 Universal City, theft by check between S20 and S5Q0 ♦    Marta Juana Aleman, 50, Schert^, financial hearing - violate promise to appear theft between S20 and S500 ♦    Raymond Anthony III, 39, San Antonio, motion to revoke probation - driving while intoxicated ♦    Ever Arana, 33, New Braunfels, public intoxication ♦    Brandon Jeffery Bodenhamer, 30, New Braunfels, disorderly conduct ' fighting ♦    Dustin O'Dell Bowen, 29, homeless, motion to adjudicate guilt -possession controlled substance penalty group 1- between 1G and 4G ♦    Brooke Louise Bumgardner, 21, New Braunfels, public intoxication ♦    Cruz Limon Bustos, 47, New Braunfels, driving while license invalid ♦    Alejandro Lee Charles, 18, New Braunfels, theft of property between S50 and S500 ♦    Jimmy Demond Davis, 33, Austin, probation violation failure to appear - child support ♦    Joshua Douglas Davis, 17, New Braunfels, public intoxication ♦    Jacob Albert Figueroa, 20, Houston, minor in consumption ♦    Michael Emniit Hanz, 18, San Arrtonio, theft of property between S50 and S500 ♦    Aaron Lane Hines, 38, New Braunfels, disorderly conduct (fighting) ♦    Jeffrey Michael Jersig, 33, Austin, resist arrest search or transport, disorderly conduct -fighting, public intoxication ♦    Durward Bailey Lampin, 56, Canyon Lake, driving while intoxicated li()()KlN(;S ♦    Diamond Monique Lopez, 20, Spring Branch, driving under influence minor, no drivers license ♦    Jose Gerardo Lopez, 26, New Braunfels, driving while intoxicated 3rd or more ♦    Rodolfo Martinez II, 29, Seguin, public intoxication ♦    Joe Louis Melendez, 51, Segum, public intoxication ♦    Louis Molinet, 54, New Braunfels, possession controlled substance search or transport, driving while intoxicated/open alcohol container ♦    Juan Moran-Perez, 36, Cibolo, public intoxication ♦    Lynda L. Muff, 41, Canyon Lake, speeding 49 in a 35 mph zone, failure to appear ♦    Christopher Scott Norman, 37, Austin, public intoxication ♦    Rodolfo Ayala Osorio, 26, Austin, driving while intoxicated 2nd, hold for Immigration & Customs Enforcement ♦    Jeffrey Todd Powell, 32, New Braunfels, driving while intoxicated ♦    Eleazar Reyes-Gallegos, 21, San Antonio, no drivers license, Immigration & Customs Enforcement hold ♦    Gilbert Rodriguez Rico, 30, San Antonio, no drivers license ♦    Sean A. Rosendahl, 24, Canyon Lake, driving while intoxicated 2nd ♦    Rickey Rea Rowlett, 54, New Braunfels, aggravated sexual assault child ♦    Daniel Sanchez Jr., 30, New Braunfels, driving while intoxicated with child under 15 years of age, violate promise to appear - assault by contact family violence, motion to revoke probation ^ possession controlled substance penalty group 1 = between 4G and 200G ♦    Gloria Santos, 34, San Antonio, public intoxication ♦    Erika Saucedo, 27, San Antonio, assault causes bodily injury family member ♦    Michael Segura, 22, Seguin, theft between S20K and SIOOK - eight counts, criminal mischief between S20K and SIOOK - eight counts, possession of marijuana under two ounces, deadly conduct discharge firearm - two counts, motion to revoke probation - forgery financial instrument ♦    Angela Patrice Self, 45, New Braunfels, possession of drug paraphernalia, Capias Pro Fine - public intoxication ♦    David Serna, 29, New Braunfels, driving while intoxicated ♦    Ricardo Raul Tamez, 29, New Braunfels, speeding school zone, driving while license invalid ♦    Dwain I ee Thomas, 30, Austin, possession controlled substance penalty group 1 under 1G, possession marijuana under two ounces ♦    Arik S, Truster, 38, New Braunfels, public intoxication Cierra Venegas, 18, New Braunfels, theft property between $50 and $500 ♦    Brett Marcus Watson, 22, Canyon Lake, possession marijuana under two ounces, possession of drug paraphernalia ♦    Jeremy Wayne Wilson, 19, New Braunfels, public intoxication ♦    Michael Alan Wilson, 28, New Braunfels, disorderly conduct - language ♦    Dustin James Wolf, 20, San Antonio, possession of marijuana under two ounces, public intoxication Under the U. S, Constitution, any person/defendant is considered innocent until proven guilty. If anyone IS found not guilty or had the charges dropped without the State going to trial and would like that finding published in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, contact Managing Editor, Autumn Phillips, at (8301625-9144 x 220 or email aphillips@herald-zeitung.com . Texas Physical Therapy Specialists! •    ()rtlK)pacdic/Sp()rls Rehab •    Manual Therapy •    Aquatic/Heated Fool •    Hand Rehab & EMG/NCS 'lesting Services Andrew Rennet, KI lim bbargei; n Aiinee \n(hon>, PI New Braunfels - (830) 625-7310 www.TexPTS.com WIN A CHRISTMAS MARKET RIVER CRUISE IN GERMANY 1C BUILDING NAME ENTRY BUILDING Un VMftst*    nm llwiiiili Mid Hm Ntw BroMMf Haro^ liftwig itm ttoiMd up ftr the 2011 HbntM* M«m TUs B«Mm| CoirtMt. NAMt STREET CITY STATE ZIP HOME PHQNE CUL PHONE fcMAIL CniM for »wt hi Conlest Rules. Musi:be 18 years pr. oldft. Wuislfesi" Association o( New Brounlels and the New B.iaunlels HeiciIdZèilùng employees, members and utiriiediote lamiiy ineligible OHmal fprrn musi te r^eived by August 29 20 i 1 The winmiig naine wrli be chosen by g cûirimilteç Wmnél^ will be rondômiy selected if chosen name was subrriitted b/ multiple porliciponts No cash value for pri/e Alternative trip lo Germuny moy’be selected. OHicial entry Iprms must be submitted to'ihe t^ew Braurilels HeraldZeitung • ,^07 Landa Street » New Braunfels, TX /81 30 or .www herdld zeiluny com/wurstlest 1,200 NBU customers lose power Friday From stall reports A lightning arrestor caused thé lights to go out on 1,200 New Braunfels Utilities |)Ovv('r < ustomers in tire c Ity Friday, a spokeswoman said. "It was |)rol)ably related to an earlier lightning strike in or near the substation," s.iifl (îret( hen Keuw-er, NBU conimunications (lir('( lor. "Lightning arrestors [jrc'vent the surge ot eiK'rgy trom lightning trom reaching critical e(|ui|)m('nt in a substation, like the big tr.vnstormers." The outage* began about H:SO [).ni. tridav at the company's Henn(* substation, Keuv\ (M said. She* said ( rews had minor problems getting all aitei ted ( ustome'rs back online', "We repaire'd one and there* w.is kind of a cascading e*tle*( t anel ane)the*r went (knvn," Keuwer said. She said the majority ot the* alle'c tenl e usteymers were out ol the dark by abe)ut IO:"i') p.m. ,uid the* rest we*re' |)owere'dHjp 1)\ about 1 1 : p.m. (:()i{HK(;Tie)N ■    Sunday's edite)rial "Blue king underpass proj-e*ct shi)rt-sighte*d" incorrectly stated that once the city has surpassed the SO,000-mark in po[)uiation, control and maintenance ot state highways within c it\ limits IS turned over to the municipalities. According to Shannon Mattingly, Dtrectorot Planning (!v Community Devel-()pme*nt tor the* (jty ol New Braunle^ls, that law only applies to signals on state highways. ■    District ludge ( harles Ramsay of the* 22nd ludicial nistnc t is hc'.iring the* case [litting ( arowest Land against the* ( ity ot New Brauiilc'ls, the* District Clerk's ott ic e* s.ud Monday. Due to a re':|)ortiiig error, a |)age one story on Aug. 25 said anoth-e*r judge* was hearing the case, which is tile*d in the 4,5 Vd ludie iai Distric I. Market watch Aug,29 , 2011 Dow Jones +254.71 industnals 11,539 25 Nasdaq +82.26 composite 2.562 11 Standard & +33.28 Poor's 500 1,210 08 Russell +32.86 2000 724 65 NYSE diary Advanced: 2,835 Declined: 281 Unchanged: 37 Volume: 36b Nasdaq diary Advanced: 2,262 Declined:    338 Unchanged: 73 Volume;    i6b AF>

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