New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 15, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
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Union Pacific could have final say on project
Church and the residence next to it on Seguin Avenue would have access challenges.
Malatek also assured Wurs-fest representatives the roadway would run at least 30 feet south of their structures.
Alternative 4 would take out two houses at the comer of Zink and Landa streets.
Unless UP approves a clearance variance, allowing the roadway to remain at or near its current 11 feet, 8 inch distance from the railroad bridge, any new construction will be at least 5 feet lower than the current bridge.
Lower means more flooding, audience members said.
One woman expressed concern over ambulance access if the bridge is flooded out.
“The existing bridge has
Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County arrested the following June 10-14, 2005:
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Elvis Glascock, 28, New Braunfels, motion to revoke probation/accident involving damage to vehicle of $200 or more.
Jose Ricardo Gomez, 24, New Braunfels, commitment/theft between $50 and $500.
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been flooded before," Malatek told her. “But the new bridge will help mitigate flooding because it will allow for better flow with fewer support beams in the Dry Comal.”
Both of the popular alternatives would leave the exist-ing historic bridge as a pedestrian walkway used for emergency vehicle access.
Although Malatek endured calls from several audience members to go home, State Rep. Carter Casteel encouraged citizens to be appreciative of TxDOT’s willingness to seek input.
“You have been given a great opportunity to give input,” she said. “They are trying to do that, and I, for one, appreciate them asking us what we think.”
Malatek will take comments from Tliesday’s meeting and the one held in February to the district office in San Anto-nio for a final decision, expected at the end of the summer.
Houston, failure to obey commitment/driving while license suspended.
Jerri Lashaun Holland, 33, New Braunfels, driving while license invalid; possession of less than 28 grams of a controlled substance, penalty group 3; speeding.
JerrodTrent Knight, 26, San Marcos, driving while license
invalid. _ ___
Colbey Abbatt Lawson, 19,
San Antonio, minor consuming an alcoholic beverage. Hector Leal Jr. 30, New Braunfels, aggravated sexual assault of a child; parole violation.
Stefanie Kay Leal, 30, New Braunfels, no insurance; no driver's license.
Ricky Bryan Ledesma, 25, Wichita Falls, public intoxication.
Martin Paredes Lopez, 20, San Antonio, no driver's license;
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Chid: Villarreal has become ‘^p-to” person
In his nomination, Johnson mentioned Villarreal’s attendance at the FBI Academy and his unblemished record with the NBPD.
But it is during hard times when the true measure of a police officer is often taken, and Johnson talked about the hard times that came to the police department just after he arrived here out of retirement from Cortez, Colo.
“When I came here in 2002, I needed an individual who was trustworthy, had integrity and could do a needed investigation of members of this agency,” Johnson said.
In the summer of 2002, the NBPD was rocked by allegations of wrongdoing involving senior officers that includ-
failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Ryan Alfonso Luna, 19, Austin, driving while license invalid; failure to maintain financial responsibility; speeding. Timothy Mackillican, 23, New Braunfels, driving while intoxicated.
Rodney Allen Madia, 39, Boerne, failure to appear/child support.
Michael Heman Marmentini, 35, Bulverde, probation violation/driving while intoxicated; expired registration; no driver's license.
Noah R. Martinez, 19, Seguin, possession of drug paraphernalia. ____
Velma Castillo Martinez, 33, New Braunfels, parent contributing to non-attendance; failure to appear; expired registration; expired inspection certificate; no liability insurance.
ed theft and assaulting and intimidating witnesses. Several were fired or resigned.
Villarreal had a reputation for an uncompromising attitude that he would find facts and let the chips fall where they may. A previous police chief had turned to him in 1994 to investigate drug, sexual and shooting allegations that resulted in dismissals, although criminal charges were never filed.
Johnson did the same.
“I realized this was an uncomfortable situation, asking him to do this for someone he didn’t even know,” Johnson said. “Since then, he has become my go-to’ per-
One thing Johnson said has always stood out about Villarreal is his dedication to his department and to his patrol officers. Another thing has been his ability to stretch limited resources — asking officers to work overtime to meet
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disposes of flags
rod and held it over the fire until it flared into flames. The effort would take much of tile morning. Then, the San Miguels began lifting flags to the flames as well.
“We have more flags than we’ve ever had,” Sanders said.
Eloy Gonzales said the ceremony was important.
“We burn them out of respect,” he said.
Tamayo said that one of the
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“JV has been instrumental in making the changes needed to bring this department to its current level of professionalism,” Johnson said. "Much of this department’s success is directly attributable to him.”
In his remarks, Villarreal thanked his fellow officers, Johnson, Zipp and the Breakfast Lions.
“Ron opened up this event this morning with the word, ‘blessing,’” Villarreal said. “Its written that all good things come from above, and I definitely feel blessed.”
It was no surprise, Villarreal said, that Zipp, a former county court-at-law judge, was a member of a committee that thought it important to
pillars of his organization—its Fourth Degree—is patriotism.
“What better way is there to show our patriotism than to destroy properly and with respect our American flag?” Tamayo asked.
choose an officer of the year. He recalled that Zipp had, as a judge, shown uncommon concern and deference for those in uniform.
Community support, Villarreal said, goes a long way toward contributing to the morale and well-being of its police officers, and he appreciated the support shown by the Breakfast Dons.
Then he turned to Murphy’s widow.
“I just want to say this. Let us not forget the memory of Ed Murphy, who this award is named after,” Villarreal said. “I had the honor and privilege of meeting him when I was a rookie in 1981. Let us not forget that when we lost him, his family suffered a far bigger loss.”
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