New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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abuse of a corpse
By CHRISTINE MARTIN
A Fischer man charged with abuse of a corpse will appear on court for his third trial date Aug. I.
Comal County Sheriff's Department Officer Mark Reynolds filed a complaint against Florian Eric Holm, 39, after he and other officers were shown
put of a human skull in a five-gallon rtacner property.
Shelly Phillips, court employee, also made a statement. "Holm had carried the skull around to Wimberley and other places showing people when he was out drinking." she said.
Reynolds investigated Holm’s property June 23,1993 During his investigation, he found the skull belonged to a 28-ycar-old,out-of-town man, Michael Murray, who had been killed June S, 1993, in a car
wreck on Ranch Road 32 (“Devil’s Backbone").
The accident involved only the one vehicle, which apparently failed to negotiate a sharp turn in the road. The victim was partially ejected from thb car in the process.
The accident was worked by the sheriffs department and the Texas Highway Patrol.
Holm remains free on $300 bail set by County ludgfi gird nark. Urn tel has been re-set so many times because the many officers on the list of witnesses that have been subpoenaed have other commitments.
Abuse of a corpse is a Class A misdemeanor which carries a possible $3,000 fine and/or one year in jail or two years of probation. It is illegal to remove any part of a corpse or tamper with it from a burial site or scene of death.
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Canyon Lake fire called biggest in county in '94
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Syndicated columnist Cal Thomas will apeak tonight at 7 p.m. at the New Braunfels Civic
A fire near Canyon Lake Tuesday evening was the latge* commercial fire in the conrey thiy ymr, said Comal Coun-ty File Marshall Milton Willmann.
The blaze caueed demage eetimated by WUlmenn et over $250,000 to three buiinceecs, River Spout, Jsk1!
Liquor, and Jette Food and Beverage where the corporate offices ere located, at the oomer of Farm-to-Marie* Road!
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Criaia Pregnancy Center. Tickets are available rn Kwik Kopy.
i located, at the oomer of Farm-to-Market I 306 tad 2673.
That'i Sa biggeat one in the oounty this year," mid Willmann.
Flva fimflghten were transported to McKenna Memoir Isl HkNpittl sod nvniI otkcii welt treated tor heat and amoke, but them were no serious injuries, said Willmann. Tba blam Hatted around IO p.m. and was ended et around
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Willmann mid the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department and Bulverde Fire Department responded to the call. New Braunfels wet not called. He said efforts were hindered because the 7,000 gtilon tanker truck at Canyon Lake wa* out of service.
The lanker would hive helped put out the blaze sooner he mid.
Even though the location is dom to the Guadalupe River, difffc prevented fimflghten from pumping water to the blaze.
"They (pipes) won't suck it up that high," laid the fire
Willmann added the cum of the blaze was accidental, probably caused by an dectrical problem. He mid a camper behind the tube busines was found to have several electrical problems.
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"That little bit, they spread to quickly,” be said"Jt is so dry and ii tall."
said gram fires move even without wiil became they create a vortex which pushes the fife forward at up to 20 miles hour.
in some amas of the county are often hindered by remote
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"You just have to wait for it to
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There bu been one recorded in “Sometimes, it will just nm over Spring Branch, two in Bulverde, you."
NBU beginning extensive projects for next five years
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Electrical work earmarked for western part of county
The ammi laying of mw* lines* FMU01 and Highway 46 and Highway 46 N. and Hunters Creek mark
proposed by*N«w Bmiiftli Utilities including $600,000 (for electric
ludlng $600,000 (for hookups) per ye* for the next five
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NSU scent vice neemem Kocert Qfi eriticiied the team ii bikig too eonmnmrive. * i workshop atiitiog held recently.
"lbs warn doll* a million per yttria theft," bs mid.
defended his projections.
"I know, but we hued to overestimate and have the money sitting there unutilimd," be replied to Orr.
"We really bused the budget in the pas, but we feel the growth can't la*.
"Mo* of them are because of toed growth in the area," he mid Regulatory change! Bleo called tot tom of the projects, roeh rn having to purr hate nolo on which to store utili-
will be starting loon ie rebuilding an Bund circuit* Norther. The
ty poise so tha concentration of them wulavoid contaminating the aquifer Ola, with which they
Tbs racks co* $7,000.
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underground job is estimated to run $140,000. "It's going to be tricky," Biggen aeid in a presentation of the plan to a board
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"Wa would love to be able to replace the whole thing off front lots."
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Another big aleetrical Job ii a SlOOjMO preset to remove a dead line (uniting acrom poi* several mites in weemm Comal County.
Development! hive sprona up and around tin tins, and it Ti re
liability, Biggers said.
Another electric project ii to reconduct electricity along Mill Street. "It will be helpful during storm events — we cen bring people up quicker," Biggin mid. "Number-two oopper ie too email to miry a transfer load."
The biggest project scheduled lo for ie $295,000 to oonnoct NBU facilities by fiber optica sometime before 1996. They also went to increase the capacity of a line to Loop 336 from Hunt* Industries.
"That's a weak link in our circuit,"
Bingen mid. Ingesting quarry ectivi-now I tv Is thermion for increased electrical
demand out th* way, he said.
A circuit breaker in Smithson Valley will co* $149,000, he said.
They will re-do the electric line •long Hunter Road in the 1995-96 budget ye*, when Hunter Road is scheduled to be rebuilt.
* "We’ll have to move it anyway," Biggen mid.
They will make it bigger when they move the line for the road construction a* for the1995-96 budget ye*, Biggen mid.
In 1997-91, they plan to rebuild or $75,000 a Union Street circuit for a new medical office complex. "Of coulee the presets get less aum the
frith* out there we get,1* Bigpn said-or news. advortisinqor <ah^> option informa 625-9144 (Metro) 606 0846