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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 5, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 GRUEÑE FESTIVAL TO FEATURE TEXAS WINE, CUISINE at home i  50^  New Braunfels  WEDNESDAY  OCTOBER 5,2011  hniaid zeitung.com  SERVING NEW BRADNFFI S SINCE 1852 •11 •  Suare/  By Dalondo Moultri«  TheHeialil 7eiliiiiq Aitcr lUMriy '-f’Vf’ii \(mis, tlif inotlici (it a sl.iin N('v\ Hr.iim li’Is til.Ill s.iid IiH'sd.n ili,)t lu'i son < .111 l(*St ill [KMi "I )iisl kiH'w lli.it his lime was g(Mtig IfK f iiiK*. It v\,m |iisi  Authorities: Suarez was on the run since 2004  ,1    ot iirnc I guess/' said  I’.iliK 1,1 Medili,1, motlu'r ol 22-y(Mi old 1 )i(’go S.h'h/, who w.is sl.ihlu’d In dcMlh in Nrw Hi.iimli’ls 111 ,M)()} "Now my  son tan rest in pcac c, though. Thpre*'s ( losure."  Bobby Hoageland, a dcpniy wilfi the United Stales M.ir shals' offitr, annoniKC'd Iiu's-  d.n that .uilhonlios willi the I one Slat I ugilive l.isk I ore c Í apturi'd I ('r Rn\ Su.ufv, on«’ ot ifu' iiK'ii <i( ( used ot sl.ib-bing S.if'ii/. SiiaKV, 28, was  ► MAN GUILTY  Ahrens gets three ife terms  Jury finds 62-year-old fondled 13-year-old boy  By Dalondo Mouttrte  Ttie UpralitZeitiiiiq ( orivi( t('d hicsd.is in a (Onial ÍOiinty ( oiiit ol ina{)|)ro|)ti.il('l\ toii< liing ,i yoiiiig boy, ,1 s.in Anioni'i Ilian i('( civcd thrp(' ((nise' uli\t‘lilc son t(’li( <’s m st.iU' prison  I o It n Ahretis    I , I, , , ,1  A 111 (MIS it ’  (onvK t('d ot lhi('(' ((units (>1 ind('( ('lu y vv ith a ( hild, sc\ ual coiit.ul, s.iid nothing ,is ludge |a(.k Robison passi'd the s('nt(Mi(('. blit stood (|ui etiv, shoulders hun« IumI next to his detens»’ ,iltoine\ Allisoi' l aiitv [^etore Kobison scfitcni i d Ahrens a< ( oiding to th*' pros('( utoi's KH oniinend.i tion, I ,inl\ said it w.ts c\( »'s sive.  She pointed out AIik'iis ag(‘ and said he would bf 92 b('tore he is eligible |oi parole Iheie would be no ne(*d to iiin iite simiIcih e-. tonsei utiveK, she s,nd,  "It's ov('rkill ” I aiitv ^aid AliK'iis' I i \ear < ild vi< tini t('stiti('d lui'sd.ix m(>m ing lh.it at liMst thiec times wliil(‘ he w.is \oungei Ahr(Mis in.ippropi i.iteK tou( lu'd him,  "I le would stif k his h.ini I inside my p.ints and' in ni\ i)ON(*is," the bo\ s.nd "I always s.it on his l,i|> and h(‘ would wr.ip his ,irm around ni(' like this ’ the boy t(‘stiti('d deiiKinsiiatmi', l)y pi.King his own aim across his uppei bod\ "Wh('n(*vei I would tiy to get up, h(' would hold me down."  The boy s.nd the in.ippio priat(' bi'h.ivior h.ippi'iH'd when he w.is .iboul () \f'ais old as he ,ind /\liiens s.it in a rot king ( h.iir. SometiiiK's he wore p.ij.imas duiiiig the iiu idents .ind soiiH’lime-onl\ undeiwi'at, the bo\ said.  I tis motlK'i took th(' stand and said th(> boy (.ime oul  See GUILT Y, Page 1';  NATIONAL NIGHT OUT  hv LAIKÍA McKENZIE ; Ilw /eitiiiKi  /i f Caitf'i, iiqlil. .iiiil I iiiiiM Schiii't/, 10. pet Max, a hamster belonginq to Lexi VVillianis, 10, fliirinij the National Night On! ev>iiit at III*’ <ii!Í S(cmI IIoiis'' hi New Hfautifels on Tuesday evening The Girl Scouts chose to liifii thPir (wpiit into a pel sup [i!'- s colk" li'-'i (ti!v' t‘i linip (ho anmi.tl victims of ttie Bastrop wildtires,  GETTING CLOSER  Aiuiiial event brings neighborhoods together  By Dalondo Moultrie  I vei\ v(Mi ( (III S( out lioop ’>() I ’) in ^^iew Ri.iuntels p.iitu i ),iles 111 ,1 si'iVK e pio|(’( t to ( (Te H.ite fNlation.il Ni^'Jit ( )ut.  I his sc,II, the gills thought it ,i good ¡d('.) to help l('ssei thought <i| vi( tims I >1 th(' te< (M)t wildtiies m and aiound Hasttop. Ihe Iik's ( ailed the most d(>situ( tiv(' in tiu' st,it('s hisloiy, lelt not oiiK human^ but .llso theil pels without piovi  SH )|1S.  "When lh(' girls nu't this sum mer, the\ dec id('d to do som<' thing lot .tnim.ils liom tIu' lex.is wiMliies s.iid Melissa W'llli.inis, whose I 0 yc.n old d.iughtei I mm.i S( luK't/ hopes to lii'lp tlu' t.iniiK delivi'i pi't tood, gilt cards ti) p('t st( lies ,Hid moK' to the s u tims in the Bastiop ,itea  Willi.ims said (nk h \(\ii the tioop g('is logethei ,uid holds ,i tamiK s|\ Ic pi( ni( on N.itional  Caroline Wetz, 9, plays with her dog, Rusty, while atlendinq liiesday's Naliona! Night Out event at the Girl Scout House, Several ot the giiis hroiight then pets to the event which included educational pet care activities  Night Out. Along with the girls, m.iny other tolks across New Bi.iunit'Is, Comal ( ountv and tiuoughout Texas (elebrated the 2Hlh annu.il event on Tuesday.  1 h(' N.ilional .\ssoc lation ot Rivmi Wat( h lu'ld NNOon Aug. 2 in other p.tits o| th(' ( ountiy U'x.is mov('d its ( ('li'biations about toui  See OUT, Page 12  Mayoral forum set for Thursday night  ONllNr  Scan this QR code to view the City New Braunfels' home page or visit nbtexas.org  By Greg Bowen  Itio ttciald /mlnni]  Want to .isk M.noi ( i.ite I’ospisil .1 (|U('stioni'  I leie's y )ui ( haiK I'ospisil \vill hold the s(h Olid ( iti/ens Ionim iit Ik'i h\e-month old m.iyor.il temi Ihuis da\ ,it (>: U) p.m. .it the New Biauntels ( ivi( .ind ( on\en  tion ( entei,  S, ( astell Av(*.  It's a tradition Pospisil imnight to luM mayoral t('im from her pit'vious stints as .1 ( ity (ouncil iiK'inbei and .is mayor protein.  'ospisil  "I've been doing this tor .ilong time and always sc‘em to have good [)artic ipation and lots of good (]uestions," Pospisil said.  In july, about 60 pc'ople showt'd up at the mayor's first Citizens Forum tor a wide ranging discussion th.it cov-ere(i everything from tire sta-  tions to patks, tiom the airpoil to th(> \Valnut AveniK' tecon struction piojfHt, trom using ,iltern,itiv(' fuels in ( ity vehiclt's to tIu' possibility ol online streaming ol (it\ couiu il miM't ings.  ()n Ihursd.iw I ibtarv Direc for C iiet( h(Mi Piuett will be flu* guest speakt'i.  .irrested in the region ol Mon terey, M(‘xm o, witli iIk' luTp ot Mexi( o law entoK ement .igenis, I lo,Igei,Hid s,ud.  ( om,d ( ountv Shf'ritf's ( )lti( e h,is sought Sti.inv tor  See CAUGHT. Page 1?  ► CITY COUNCILOR  Miranda: Email got spammed  Official: Cyberattack might be tied to ban vote  By Greg Bowen  itlf tlt>[,î!(1 /filtlüK)  Nt'w Br.iunlels PoIm e I)(‘p,itlment is investig.iting the .illi'geil ' sp.imming" ot the (Mll.lll ,u ( ounis ol ( it\ ( oun { dor Br\ ,in Mii.ind.i ,111(1 others.  M I 1.1II (1,1 s.iid he tfiinks th( tiood ot uiisoIk ited  em.iils might be iel.tt(‘d li> th(' vote' on the ( ontii i\'('tsi,i| pending djspiis.ibl»' ( ont.im ei ban (m the ( it\ s ( om.il and ( lu.id.ilupe iimis.  "I do not know <»i h.ivi' am ide.i v\hn w.i^ behiisd the s[),ini .ilta( ks Miiaixft s.iid, "{laeit the liming i )t the .itt.u ks ,uid lh( is(' t.uget ed it is mv opini<m that the unk'iown subje( ts int('ot w.is to disfupt th(’ • ommum ( .itioii betwc'en ( oum il iik'hiIm'is and st.itt and i ( m stitUiMits dijfiiig ihe time l(M(lmg up to the ' oiiiK il \ot(‘ ( OIK eiiiing th(‘ dispos abi(' ( ont.iiiK'r ban.  Ih(' disposable' ( ont.iint’i b.ui was passed In ( it\  I ouiH il Aug. 2to t.iki' etl{'( t I.in, 1 lì.in opponents tlu'ii pc’titKiiH'd and t( )ii eiI ,i Nov. H u't(‘ienduin on the propost'd b.ui.  iVtir.ind.i said th.it on ,\ui; U) h(' notilK'd ( it\ M,in.Igei Mikf' Moiiison ,ind ,k ting ( it\ AIIoiih's Paul Ish.im th.it ( ('it.iin tiK'tiibers ot ( ouik il ( it\ ('mplo\('('s and othei New Br.iunt(Ts ( iti/ens li.id !('( eiv('d uiisoIk ited «'iii.iils  Mil; Id' in  See SPAM, Page 1?  WEATHER, 8  MARLEIGH FERGUSON GOODWIN FRAZIER ELEMENTARY  w  X7ÎT9'  Iiin? Ilf T’iti  A little more humid High: 86 Low 67  Abby  Classifieds  Comics  Crosswords  Forum  Obitua^ries  Planner_____  Sports  TV  10  10  9  9  4  3  6  Vol. lB8|No ?81 1 section, 12 pagf'S  56825 0000 1 50 cents  For breaking news, spoils scores, weatlier, tiaffic and mid day updates, follow us on iwittei ®NewBraunfelsHZ  mu Jj Learn wfiat’s in tomorrow's paper, offer news tips, receive alerts ™ B I Hiie a New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Facebook fan  Receive tfie Herald-Zeitiing e newsletter in yoiit e-mail box each morning fierald /eitung.com. Click Herald-Zeitung IVIailing List.'   

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