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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 21 Thursday, December 1,2011 | herald-zeitung.com  O  pn  For breaking n«w*, sports and traffic follow 11« on Twitt«r «NawBraunftliHZ  Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan at facabodtcotn  Sign up for e-newslettar by visiting the Herald Zeiting online: htraW-zaltimfl.com  COMING UP IN THE H-Z  Follow your favorite local prep sports team in the Herald-Zeitung's Sports section  Saturday  The Herald-Zeitung's Faith pages feature local houses of worship every Saturday  Sunday  Herald-Zeitung columnist Mike Fitsko  puts his unique spin on life's events  Tuesday  Catch up with what happened over the weekend in New  Braunfels and Comal.  ► YOUR DAILY COMIVIUTE  Road work and closures scheduled for this week include:  ■    Seguin Avenue between Meusebach add East ?ink for consttiiction, closed indefinitely.  ■    Rebecca Cteek Road is closed at the Guadalupe River for construction The detour rotite will be signed along FM 311 and U.S. 281.  ■    Both lanes Of RIV1 2722 a quarter-nnle north of Higfiwav ^6 vv'll undergo asphalt operations between 9 a m and 4 p.m. on Friday Both lanes will retiiain open, tlioiigh traffrc may be occasionally divfMtprl to complete construction.  BECOME AN I REPORTER  ih-z  ,’wtiinQ cim  ► S ON THE AGFNDA  Upcoming public meetings include:  ■    (iDinat Cfluntv ComiDissioners' Court 8 15 a.m torl.ty, 199 Mam Pla/a  ■    Planiiiny Cnmmission, 6 p m Dec 6, at City Comicii CtuHiiheis, 4?4 S Castell Ave  ■    River Ari Hoc Comtiiiltee meeting, 4 30 p m. Dec. 7, f'l^cKeiina Fvents Center, 801 W San Antonio St.  ■    ilie Transportation and Traffic Advisory meeting (n.i l)f!C. 8 IS r.ancoled  New Braunfels  Nc;  Herald vZi in  Hf Ml Dif MUNG.COM  /onHilda St, Nfw Braunfels, TX 78130 625^144, lax (830(625 1224  f’lihlished on Satiirday, Sunday inoinings and weekday Mifirnings lunsilay throuqh f nday by tlie New Braunfels fU'iald ZeiUinq lUSPS 3// 8801,707 Landa Street, or PO Df-nvHi 311328 New Branniels, Conial County, Texas /H131 1328  F'enodical postage paid at New Braunfels, lexas PdSlMASlFR Send address ctianqes to the New Bt.tunlels Heiald /eitung, f-'O Drawei 311328, New  p.r,nii,lds, I.X 78131 1328  Delivery  Si.itisciibeis wiio have not received a newspaper by 6 a rii luesday tlitough Friday and by 7 a in Saturday and Sunday ran rail (830) B2') 9144, ert 224 Staff directory  Doug Toney, f ditnr and ruhlislier, Fxt ?01  douq t(iney'ah(>fald-/Ritiinq com  Shawn Lewis Managing f ditnr, E*t 220  sl(!\,Ms <rlieiald /eitniig cfMii  Will Wright Assistant Managing Editor, fxt 221  wwi iqht«iherald /eitung coin  Chns Hoffman Sports Fditor, Fxt 223  i:liotfniaii<a1ie<al(l /eitung com  Kate Thomas Copy Editoi, Ext 222  kttioiiiaS‘<itterald zeitung coin  Greg Bowen, Staff writer Ext 225  qliijvvfMrxihPtald /eitung com  Dalondo Moultiie, Staff writer. Ext, 224  diiio(illrie®herald ?eituiig corn  Drew Stone, Staff writer. Ext 218  dstone'tiherald /eitung com  Laura McKen/ie, Photograpfier, Fxt 227  wwnghtieWierald /eituiig com  Shannon Myers, Advertising Director, Ext 208  smyers'®lier3ld /eitung com  Jeff Fowler, Circulation Director, Ext 228  [fowler ciheraid /eitung com  Rosie Willingham, Business Manag^i Ext 202  rwillrrighamiP her aid /eitung com  Henry Coello, Production Director, (8'«i 625 5232  heoellwiJherald /eitung conr  Classified advertising, call 625-9144, ext 207; display  advertising, call 625 9144, ext 208; obituaries, weddings,  engagement, anniversaries, call 625-9144, ext 214  ■    newsi^herald'/eitungcom  ■    sports@herald /eitung,com  ■    planner@herald'/eitung,com  ■    ietters@herald-/eitung.com  ■     classiheds@herald-zeitung.com   ■     advertising@tierald-zertung.com   ■    circulationWherald-zeitungcom  C=3 EZIl CT]  SA man jailed following  By Mondo MouNrt0  Tfie Herald-Zftitung  All arj»unu’nt iK'twwn .i S.in Antonio ni.in and his girliri{»nfl esc .il.iti’d info a tight and l(*d to the man Ix^ng < nargtxl witli ass.iulfing two |)('o()le Thanksgiving evening in ('omal ( (>unfy, a sheritt's oliite spokt'snian said.  Michael I mniit Manz, 1‘i, had harm aded hinisc’ll in a room, bill COinal ( oiinty  Sheriffs Office deputies were able to arrest him without inc ident' (X SO Lt. Mark Reynolds said; H(‘ said Hanz Is c hafged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for allegc'dly;wic^lding a knife, According to Reynolds: Han/ was at a home about 7:45 ().m. Nov. 24 in the* 9000 block of Fasy Street talking to his girlfriend abouf an incident on Halloween. The cou  ple went to a different area of the’ house to discuss the issue in private and a friend worried for the fem^ilp's with the two being alone in a room.  The male friend burst into the room> and Hanz took that as an offensive action. Hanz grabbed a knife, he said, to protec t himself. Hlanzand the* other man fought but Hanz never tried to stab or ()oint the  Submitted photo  Ross Brown filants a tree Wednpsday on ffie Texas State University campus in San h/larcos.  Texas State receives ‘green’ donation  From staff repntls I he /\rl)or l)av I oundation and loynt,! on Wednesday htJDored lexas State* University with llu' Trc*(* C iiftipiis USA distiiK lion and granted th(' univetsiiv 71 Itees.  U'xas Slate is on«* ol loiir iirtiversiltcs ( orniiKMiding the < onliivued grovvlh ol the Iree ( attipus US/\ ptograni fhis lall, now in its third yc'ar.  I exper I this designalion will raise our .ivvarc*nc'ss ol the iiH)aii lorc'st around us  and help us appreciate — (>ven more than we already do — the* beauty and envi-ronmc-ntal role« of our trees," said Dc'tiise Trauth, university prc'sident. "We are proud lo be among the* first c ampuses in lexas to rc‘cc'ive it."  lollovving the' ceremony, students and voluntc*c'rs irom h'xas St.ite Universitv plant ed the' 71 trees behind the Speck Strc'et Parking Garage on the wc'st side of campus.  Ihc' Arbor Day Foundation,  The New Braunfels Police Department responded to the following incidents between Wednesday, Nov. 23 and Friday, Nov. 25:  ♦    Nov, 23, 12 a in,. Child custody interference reported in the 300 block of Primrose Way. investigating officer C. Castillo.  ♦    8 05 a.m, Burglary of a habitation in the 1100 block of Eikel St. Investigating officer J Sabedra  ♦    9 38 am, Arrest for criminal trespassing in the 1200 block of 111^35 South Investigating officer 6. Whitaker.  ♦    10:42 a.m., Victim fell and needed medical attention at residence rn the 600 block of California Blvd. Investigating officer T Mallett  ♦    1115 a.m., Woman arr ested, charged with stealing Christmas merchandise Irom a business in the lOOblockof IH 35South. Investigating officer fVl Garcia.  ♦    7:25 p.m, Assault by contact family violence reported in tire 3000 block of Buttonhall Dr Investigating officer M Smith  ♦    8:32 p.m., Iheft of property under $500 reported in the 1000 block of IH 35 South. Investigating officer C Castillo  ♦    8:43 p.m., Flusband reported being struck in the head and knocked out by common-law wife in the 1400 block of W. Mill St. Investigating offi Cer IVI Smith  ♦    10:24 p.m., 17-year«old female left home without consent from parents  a cia c—]  Complimentary MaintenaiKe  4 Year/50,000 Miles on all new LINCOLNS.  Complimentary Car Wash  with all service work on all new LINCOLNS.  CompBmentary LINCOLN Loaner Car  on all new LINCOLNS.  BtUEBONNET wvm.UxnotorS.com  L IN C O IN 800.620.7260  PC C:OM PUTER REPAIRS  On-Site • Ait<»rdable  Ilic Services ("4>mpany of New Braunfels  (830) 837-2844  Boot ^Jewelry!  pancing Po/,^  1‘j^hion Buiitiquc  Downtown New Braunfels Mon-Sat 10-6 • Sun 12-5  BLOri'KH  in the 200 block of A/alea Way Investigating officer fVl Smith  ♦    1V Î2 p m., Male arrested for warrants in the 100 block of IH-35 South Investigating officer C. Scott.  ♦    11:50 p m., Male arrested on multiple warrants after toot chase ending with apprehension by canine unit in the 100 block of Dollar Dr Investigating officer A. Taylor  ♦    Nov. 24,12 a.m., Subject arrested for DWI - second offense in the 100 block of Rueckle Rd Investigating officer C. Simmons.  ♦    12:29 a m,. Three males involved in fighting/disorderly conduct in the 900 block of Lady Sheryl St. Investigating officer A. Taylor  ♦    1:03 a.m., Male arrested following family disturbance in the 700 block of Moonglow Ave. Investigating officer C Campbell.  ♦    2 36 a m.. Female charged with family disturbance in the 700 block of Moonglow Ave. Investigating officer M Burton.  ♦    9:45 am.. Traffic stop resulted in possession of mari|uana under 2 ounces and wanted person located in the 400 block of Raven Ridge Investigating officer G Walker  ♦    11:36 a.m., Husband and wife involved in disturbance in the 600 block of Kingbird PI. Investigating officer J Martinez.  ♦    12:15 p.m.. Report of damaged door to residence in the 21300 block of Anne Louise. Investigating officer G Walker  ♦    12:16 p.m.. Keys found and turned over to police in the 1500 block of IH-35 North. Investigating officer R. Whitehair.  ♦    12:35 pm.. Female arrested for warrant during traffic stop in the 600 block of S. Walnut Ave. Investigating officer C. Simmons.  ♦    3:M p.m.. Criminal trespassing and resisting  jointly with the Texas Forest Service, selected Tc'xas StaU* University lor its current work of involving its sludc'nfs in [)lanting and caring for trees.  The distinction has come after the university's yearlong program, (ommon ExpericMue, on susfaitiabililv. One of the ac tivific's me lud ed planting trees on cam[)us, whic h led to the* desire ol becoming a Tree ( ampus USA.  arrest in the 800 block of FM 306 Investigating officer R. Whitehair  ♦    4:25 p.m. Keys found and turned over to police in the 100 block of Gazebo Cir Investigating officer R Whitehair  ♦    7:26 p.m.. Driver stopped and arrested for driving while license invalid and having unrestrained children in the 400 block of S Plum Ave Investigating officer M. Smith.  ♦    9:30 p.m., Two subjects reported to have taken four 18-packs of beer from business in the 4800 block of IH-35 North Investigating officer T Flugrath.  ♦    9:37 p.m.. Found bicycle in the 300 block of Hill Ave. Investigating offi cer C Diaz.  ♦    Nov 25,12 a.m., DWi arrest made in the 1000 block of Brockton Dr Investigating officer M. Engel.  ♦    12:50 a.m.. Purse stolen from customer's basket when she wasn't looking in the f 200 block of IH-35 South. Investigating officer L.  Bettice  ♦    2 a.m.. Suspicious vehicle investi gation leads to a warrant arrest in unspecified block of Playground Dr in Landa Park, Investigating officer C. Wilkins.  ♦    2:37 a.m.. Hospital reported female assault victim in the 600 block of N Union Ave. Investigating officer S. Powell  ♦    6:44 a.m.. Subject found to have outstanding warrant in the 1200 block of IH-35 South. Investigating officer F Moreno.  ♦    1:05 p.m., Driver arrested for having suspended license and no insurance in the 200 block of Main Plaza. Investigating officer C. Simmons.  ♦    1:10 p.m., Female arrested for theft at store in tfie 200 block of Creekside Way. Investigating officer J. Miller  ♦    1:36 p.m., Female arrested for driving while license invalid during traf tic stop in tfie 400 block of S.  Schmidt Ave. Investigating officer R Whitehair  knife at anyone, Reynolds said.  He said someone called authorities and sheriff's de )utics and Clarden Kidge po ice responded. When they arrived, Hanz was locked In a r(K)m, Reynolds said.  He said deputies arrested Hanz without further iric:ident. They took Hanz to Comal C-ounty jail, where he was released Friday after posting $20,000 bond.  Man charged with using lammer to threaten wife  From staff reports  A New Braunfels man grabbed a c law hammc'r and threatened to kill his wife Wednesday bt'fore she fled her home with her children, a police sfiokesman said.  Kenyon Maurice lones, i7, was chargc'd with .iggravatc'd assault with a de.idly vvc'apon, tamily vio-l(>nc e; and viol.ition of a protective' orck*r, said ( a()t. |ohn Me Donald of the New Hr.iuntels Police I )epartme‘nt.  He said lones w.vs fake>n to Guadalupe ( ounty |aiL Aecording to the tounty's vvelisife, lones rc'mained inc arcerated Wednesday night unelc'r $80,000 bonei,  McDonald said NBI’l) otfic ers h.iel arre*sted |one*s ()e t. 7 for a family violence assault charge and he was re'leased bc'tweHMi Nov. I i and Nov. 18. Farly W'c’clnesdav, jonc's went to his wife-'s house in the JOOf) bloc k of Dove Crossing Drive and re-fused to leave even though she h.iel the prote>ctive order, M( Donald said.  He said lones and his wife wc're- at h(“r home, where a disturbance began. jonc'S bc'g.in trashing the house, ()ic ked up a c lavv hammc'r and told the woman, "Dc) you want me to kill you because' I will," Me 1 lonalel said.  He said the cou()le strug-glc'd bt'toif a woman at the house talked lones' wife into gathi niig her c hildren and fleeing to the [)olice de'parfmt'iil. The vie tim told police what happened and they found Jones at the house around 12:28 a.m. Weelnesday.  lones intlially refused to leave the' house but a [)olice negotiator cjuiekly convincc'd him to come out and he* was arrested. Me Donald said.     Market watch      Nov 30,2011      Dow Jones    4^490.06      industriais    12,045.68      Nasdaq    -••1Ò4.83      composite    2,620.34      Standard &    +61.77      Poor’s 500              1,246.96      Russell    ♦41.32      2000              737 42      NYSE diary      Advanced:    2,713      Declined;    402      Unchanged: 51      Volume:    56b      Nasdaq diary      Advanced;    2.144      Declined:    460      Unchanged: Z7      Volume:    2.4 b     Ae  WANTED: WEATHER ARTISTS  Hey, kids! The Herald-Zeitung wants you to draw pictures of sunny and partly cloudy days and email thenn to  news@herald-zeltung.com  or drop them by 707 Landa St. Please include your name, age, phone number and where you live. 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