Charges have been filed against two suspects wanted in the fatal shooting of a man at 7315 Parkes Street about 3 p.m. on Saturday (April 13).
The suspects, Richard Nolan (b/m, 20) and Gary Logan (b/m, 20), are charged with murder in the 178th State District Court for their roles in the death of Deverrick Goodin, 44.
A 2017 booking photo of Logan is attached to this news release. A photo of Nolan is not available for release at this time.
HPD Homicide Division Detectives M. Barrow and J. Stroble reported:
HPD patrol officers responded to a shooting at a residence at the above address and found Mr. Goodin deceased from multiple gunshot wounds. Witnesses in the area reported seeing three young black males fleeing the scene after the shooting.
Further investigation identified Nolan and Logan as suspects in this case. They were both charged and are not in custody at this time. A third unidentified male suspect also remains at large.
Anyone with information in this case or on the whereabouts of suspects Richard Nolan and Gary Logan is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
Houston police have released surveillance photos of a suspect wanted in the death of a man at 3801 Liberty Road about 11:55 p.m. on Tuesday (April 16).
The suspect is described only as a black male in his early 20s who goes by the name “Colombia.” He was wearing a red, white and blue FILA jacket and is believed to be driving a gray 2006-2008 Dodge Charger with no front license plate. Surveillance photos of the suspect, including one with him holding a metal pipe are attached to this news release.
The victim has been identified as Terry Calhoun, 46.
HPD Homicide Division Sergeant T. Simmons and Detectives E. Aguilera, T. Colbert and R. Ridel reported:
Mr. Calhoun was inside a neighborhood store at the above address by the front counter when an unknown suspect entered the store with a metal pipe (not a stick) in his hand. The suspect approached Calhoun and struck him in the head at least once. Paramedics transported Calhoun to Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
At this time, there is no known motive.
Anyone with information in this case or on the whereabouts of the wanted suspect is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
Young musicians are invited to showcase their talent at an upcoming Houston Health Department competition. Houston Preparedness Icon offers contestants ages 18-29 the opportunity to win prizes for writing and performing songs that encourage Houstonians to prepare for emergencies.
“We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to reach young people with important information about their health and well-being,” said John Fleming, chief of the Houston Health Department Bureau of Public Health Preparedness. “We think an event like Houston Preparedness Icon is a great way to connect with young people through music and performance.”
Contestants will perform 2-3 songs, all of which must be original compositions. At least one of the songs must promote an emergency preparedness message such as ways to prepare for hurricanes, how to prevent the flu, the importance of vaccinations, methods to prevent mosquito-borne illness, items needed in an emergency kit, etc.
Contestants may apply for the competition as individuals or groups. Applications will be accepted through 11:59 p.m. on April 25. Participants will be notified about their application status no later than April 29.
To apply, email the name(s) of contestants, ages, phone numbers, number of songs and length of set to email@example.com with “Houston Preparedness Icon” in the subject line.
The grand prize of the competition is a $250 gift card with $125, $75 and $50 gift cards for three runners up. Prizes are sponsored by City of Houston District J Council Member Mike Laster.
“Knowing what to do to prepare for emergencies can literally mean the difference between life and death,” Council Member Laster said. “That’s why I’m proud to support Houston Preparedness Icon. Contestants will have the chance to convey a serious and important message in a fun, exciting and creative way. It should be an entertaining evening.”
Contestants must sign waivers that permits the Houston Health Department to post their likeness and songs on the department’s current or future social media platforms. Songs must not contain discriminatory, explicit or offensive language.
Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the shooting of a juvenile male and a woman at 9050 Mills Road about 2:30 a.m. on Saturday (April 14).
The suspect, Derrick Dewayne Gray (b/m, 18), is charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the 176th State District Court. A booking photo of Gray is attached to this news release.
The male victim, 16, and the female victim, Angela Grey, 37, were transported to an area hospital with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds.
HPD Major Assaults & Family Violence Division Detectives A. Hernandez and A. Ferrell reported:
HPD patrol officers responded to a verbal altercation, which later became a shooting at a hotel at the above address. The suspect was attending a birthday party at the hotel when he got into an argument with a juvenile male. The adults present asked the suspect to leave. He stated he did not have to leave and wanted to fight in the parking lot. An adult male stated the suspect kept making movements as if he had a firearm. The adult male, Ms. Grey and the juvenile male then walked away from the suspect to re-enter the hotel. As the suspect drove away in his vehicle, he fired multiple shots. Ms. Grey was struck in the right knee. The juvenile victim was struck in the right leg. Paramedics transported both victims to the hospital. The adult male was not injured.
Further investigation identified Derrick Gray as the suspect in this case and he was taken into custody on Monday (April 15) without incident.
Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in a fatal crash at 1801 South Voss Road about 6:05 p.m. on Monday (April 15).
The suspect, Julivan Do Tran (A/f, 29), is charged with manslaughter in the 184th State District Court. A booking photo of Tran is attached to this news release.
The identity of the female victim, 33, is pending verification by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.
HPD Vehicular Crimes Division Sergeant M. Warhol and Officer A. Mares reported:
The victim, operating a green Harley Davidson motorcycle, and suspect Tran, driving a gray Honda Accord, were involved in an earlier crash in which the victim left the scene and failed to stop and give information. While Tran was waiting for police officers to arrive to take a report, she saw the victim on the motorcycle and the two had a conversation. The victim then left the scene a second time.
Tran then got into her vehicle and began to chase after the motorcycle behind the business at the above address. When the motorcyclist lost control going around a corner of the business, Tran failed to control the speed of her vehicle and struck the motorcycle. Paramedics transported the motorcyclist to Memorial Hermann Hospital where she was pronounced deceased.
Tran was taken into custody and subsequently charged in the incident.
Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in an incident in which a Houston police officer discharged a weapon at 2600 Alabama Street about 10:15 a.m. on Saturday (April 13).
The suspect, Shelldrix Middleton (b/m, 17), is charged with one count of unlawful carrying of a weapon and one count of evading arrest. The charges are filed in Harris County Criminal Court #1. A booking photo of Middleton is attached to this news release.
Sergeant J. Sneed, who discharged his duty weapon, was not injured in the incident. Sergeant Sneed was sworn in as an HPD officer in November 2006 and is assigned to the Gang Division Crime Reduction Unit.
HPD Special Investigations Unit Detectives R. De LaRosa, M. Rodriguez and J. Villareal reported:
Sergeant Sneed and his partner were conducting an investigation in an area near the above address known for narcotics activity and saw a male leaning against the driver’s side door of a red vehicle in the parking lot of a food store. Believing him to be engaged in narcotics activity, officers exited their patrol vehicle and approached him. The suspect began to walk away from the officers, then took off running. One officer pursued the suspect on foot while Sgt. Sneed got back into his patrol vehicle and attempted to catch up to the suspect.
The suspect ran west and into a vacant lot in the 2600 block of Alabama. At that time, Sgt. Sneed saw the suspect was armed with a gun and running toward the officer pursuing on foot. Fearing the suspect was going to shoot the officer, Sgt. Sneed discharged his duty weapon at the suspect and struck him in the leg. Paramedics transported the suspect to Ben Taub General Hospital where he was treated and released. No officers were injured. The suspect’s weapon was recovered at the scene.
As is customary in HPD officer-involved shooting incidents in the city limits, this case is being investigated by the HPD Homicide Division Special Investigations Unit, the Internal Affairs Division and the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.
Surveillance Photos Released in Fatal Shooting at 11600 Village Place Drive
Houston police have released surveillance photos of two men believed to be involved in the fatal shooting of a man that occurred at 11600 Village Place about 11:55 p.m. on Monday (April 8).
The victim, 28, was transported to West Houston Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. His identity is pending notification to family members by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.
HPD Homicide Division Detectives B. Evans and T. Tyler reported:
The victim and a friend were at a nearby convenience store when he got into an altercation with another male. The victim and his friend then left the store and observed a vehicle following them. Someone from the suspect’s vehicle then fired a shot, striking the victim.
The driver of the vehicle, described only as a dark-colored, four-door sedan with white lettering near the top of the windshield, fled the scene.
Surveillance video from the convenience store shows two males standing in line behind the victim at the time of the disturbance.
Anyone with information on the identities of the two males or the suspect vehicle is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Norwalk Station detectives are asking for your help identifying and locating two robbery suspects. The robbery occurred February 28, 2019, where the suspects punched an elderly employee and stole cigars from his store on Telegraph Road in Whittier. They fled the location in a dark color sedan.
Suspect 1 and 2 are male Hispanics, or other race, approximately 18 years-old, 5’07-5’08” tall, thin build. Suspect 1 is wearing a camouflage hoodie, black shorts. Suspect 2 is wearing a blue hoodie, black pants
Later that day, they shoplifted more cigars from another store on Telegraph Road in Whittier.
The victim, male 58 years-old, sustained minor injuries in the robbery.
Any information you have could help investigators identify and locate the suspects involved. Please call detectives at Norwalk Station with your tips AT 562-863-8711, or remain ANONYMOUS at 800-222-8477.
If you know who or where these suspects are, and/or have any information about this incident, please call Norwalk Station Detectives at 562-863-8711.
Elisha Barno de Kenia y
Askale Merachi de Etiopía campeones del Maratón de Los Angeles 2019
México dio la sorpresa al
sacar un merecido tercer lugar; por la lucha que sostuvo Juan Luis
Barrios con los africanos por los primeros puestos; y fue así que
terminó con un tiempo de (2:11:59)
Elisha Barno (Kenia)
y Askale Merachi (Etiopía) ganaron la edición 34ª del Maratón de
Los Angeles patrocinado por Skechers Performance. 24,000 atletas
registrados llenaron las calles en la icónica carrera que también
es conocida como “Stadium to the Sea” que quiere decir del
Dodger Stadium a la playa en Santa Mónica. Miles de participantes
llegaron a muy tempranas horas de la mañana para ser parte de uno de
los maratones más famosos del mundo el Maratón de Los Angeles
patrocinado por Sketchers Performance.
Como ya es una
costumbre la carrera comenzó a las 6:30 de la mañana con los
corredores de silla de ruedas y unos minutos después arrancó la
categoría de bicicleta de mano; ambas escuadras estuvieron desde
temprano en la madrugada
protocolo tradicional la rama femenil Profesional Elite; salieron a
las 6:45am con toda la intención de hacer un buen papel contra las
atletas de Etiopía y Kenia. La categoría varonil profesional Elite
salió 10 minutos más tarde acompañados del resto de la multitud
de participantes aficionados al Maratón de Los Angeles. Según la
información oficial del evento asistieron atletas de los 50 estados
de la union americana y representantes de 66 países del mundo
hicieron acto de presencia.
El Armory de Minneapolis Minnesota presencio uno noche de boxeo espectacular donde Anthony Dirrell obtuvo el titulo vacante de los pesos medios the la WBC
El mítico Armory en la ciudad de Minneapolis, MN fue sede de una noche de box donde el ex campeón de los pesos medios Anthony “the dog” Dirrell (33-1-1, 24 KOs) se coronara al vencer en una controversial decisión técnica dividida a su oponente Avni “Mr Robot” Yildirim (21-2, 12 KOs) y así obtener el titulo vacante de los pesos medios del consejo mundial de box.
La pelea fue muy dividida donde ambos pugilistas no defraudaron y desde los primeros asaltos enseñaron sus armas tirando golpes muy certeros en momentos pareciera que Yildirim ponía contra las cuerdas a Dirrell pero este siempre tenia para responder a su adversario.
La pelea se detuvo en el décimo round ya que Dirrell sufrió una cortada en su ojo izquierdo resultado de un choque de cabezas de ambos peleadores. La pelea se fue a las tarjetas de los jueces dandole la victoria a Dirrell con un puntaje de 96-94, 96-94 para Dirrell y 98-92 para Yildirim y así Anthony “the dog” Dirrell se llevo la vomitoria y el titulo de la WBC con una decisión técnica dividida
En la pelea co-estelar de la noche el de casa y favorito Jamal James (25-1, 12KOs) se enfrento al colombiano Janer Gonzalez 19-2-1, 15 KOs) en una pelea pactada a 10 Rounds. durante la pelea James hizo gran uso de su estatura y alcance aunque en momentos se le complicaba el estilo de pelea del Colombiano.
Para el final del 6to round Jamal castigo tanto el cuerpo de Gonzalez que lo hizo caer, Gonzalez pudo levantarse pero ya para el 7to asalto Gonzalez decidido no salir mas dandole la victoria por KO Técnico a Jamal James