Port Neches Police arrests, responses: Feb. 24–March 1

first_imgPort Neches Police arrested the following individuals from Feb. 24-March 1Brandon Chapman, 25, criminal mischief, possession of drug paraphernalia and other agency warrant(s)Noah Coats, 20, criminal trespassingAshley Rochelle, 37, Port Neches traffic warrant(s)Amanda Boone, 38, possession of a controlled substanceEleazar Garcia, 21, other agency warrant(s)Edgar Ramirez, 20, public intoxicationMoses Fernandez, 24, failure to maintain financial responsibilityPort Neches Police responded to the following calls from Feb. 24-March 1Feb. 24Theft was reported in the1100 block of Port Neches Avnue. Next UpFeb. 25No reports.Feb. 26A person was arrested for criminal mischief, possession of drug paraphernalia and other agency warrant(s) and a second person was arrested for criminal trespassing in the 800 block of Magnolia.Feb. 27Theft was reported in the 600 block of Ridgewood.An officer investigated two reports of assault and a report of criminal mischief in the3100 block of Saba.Theft was reported in the 600 block of Victor.A person was arrested for Port Neches traffic warrant(s) in the 1000 block of Magnolia. Feb. 28Failure to stop and give information was reported in the 1600 block of Bowlin.Feb. 29A person was arrested for possession of a controlled substance in the intersection of Merriman and Ridgewood.Criminal mischief was reported in the 2700 block of Marilyn Lane.Theft was reported in the 1200 block of Port Neches Avenue.A person was arrested for other agency warrant(s) in the 2100 block of Merriman.center_img March 1A person was arrested for public intoxication, and a second person was arrested for failure to maintain financial responsibility in the intersection of Merriman and Ridgewood.An officer investigated two reports of assault in the 1000 block of Wilson.last_img read more

‘The evidence is overwhelming’: Rep. Davids says she will vote for Trump’s impeachment

first_imgRep. Sharice Davids said Tuesday that she plans to vote in favor of impeaching President Donald Trump. File photo.Following House leaders’ announcement Tuesday that they were introducing two articles of impeachment against President Trump related to his dealings with Ukraine, Rep. Sharice Davids issued a statement indicating that she planned to vote in favor of impeachment.In the statement, Davids said while she had not come to Congress with an interest in impeaching a president, the evidence presented during hearings the past few weeks led her to conclude that Trump had abused his power.The full statement is below:The evidence uncovered by the House impeachment inquiry is overwhelming. And the facts are uncontested.President Trump used the office of the Presidency to solicit foreign interference in our elections for his own personal, political benefit. He pressured Ukraine’s President to investigate his political rival, while withholding millions in taxpayer-funded aide to Ukraine. And since this information came to light, President Trump has defied congressional subpoenas, withholding critical documents and testimony.After careful deliberation, I plan to vote for the articles of impeachment that have been brought forward against the President.This is not an action I take lightly. It is not what I came to Congress to do. But I took an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution, and I take that responsibility very seriously.It remains my top priority to deliver results for the people of Kansas. Just this morning we reached a bipartisan agreement on the USMCA that will bolster Kansas’ economy and support our workers. Later this week, the House will vote on a historic piece of legislation to lower the cost of prescription drugs for Kansas families.Today is a sad day for our country. But we must continue to make progress on the issues impacting Kansas’ Third District, and that is exactly what I intend to do.The House is expected to take up the vote on the articles of impeachment next week.last_img read more

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