Warning about a Scam where Person Claims to be Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputy

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is issuing a warning to the public regarding a scam

that has again surfaced locally. The scam involves a caller claiming to be a “Deputy Walker” from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. The caller advises the potential victim that they have active warrants for their arrest.  The scammer further advises the individual that they need to purchase a “green dot” card from a local retailer to resolve the fraudulent legal matter. If the potential victim purchases the “green dot” card for the prearranged amount, the victim then provides the fraudulent caller with the card number and personal identification number from the card allowing the perpetrator to remove the balance from the card, defrauding the victim.


The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office would like to provide the following tips:


 Be suspicious of callers who demand immediate payment for any reason.

 Remember that anyone who has the number on a “green dot” card has access to the

funds on the card.

 Never give out personal or financial information to anyone who e-mails or calls you


 Never wire money, provide debit or credit card numbers or Green Dot Money card

numbers to someone you do not know.

 Government agencies will not contact you demanding immediate payment utilizing

“green dot” cards.


Anyone who has fallen victim to this scam is asked to contact their local law enforcement

provider on how to report the incident. The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office can be

contacted at (936)-760-5800.




Local Tax Return Preparer Sentenced for Filing False Tax Returns

HOUSTON – Blanca Alicia Gamez has been ordered to federal prison for assisting in the filing of false tax returns, announced Kenneth Magidson along with Lucy Cruz, special agent in charge of Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI). Gamez pleaded guilty Sept. 24, 2014.


Today, U.S. District Judge David Hittner to imposed a 24-month federal prison sentence to be immediately followed by one year of supervised release. She was further ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $153,982 to the U.S. Treasury.


Gamez owned and operated a tax return preparation business known as Gamez Income Tax located at 2505 South Shaver in Pasadena. In or about April 2009, Gamez prepared a false tax return for one of her clients. In the return, Gamez included more than $19,000 in false deductions on the taxpayer’s Schedule A and nearly $2,500 in fraudulent education credits, all of which resulted in a tax refund of more than $6,000. During the investigation, Gamez admitted to IRS investigators that she knowingly put false education credits on client tax returns in order to raise the amount of the refund. She admitted she falsified the numbers in order to get larger refunds so more clients would let her prepare their returns.


The case was investigated by IRS-CI. Assistant U.S. Attorney James R. Buchanan is prosecuting.

Harris County Sheriff Office’s Fugitives of the Week

The following fugitives are wanted as of December 18, 2014:

You can view their photos here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hx3slcbdfpxkvc8/AACPCMtEHB4WsoPUz-TPynaaa?dl=0

Vinson, Lawrence Black Male DOB 10-25-90 5’6″ / 140 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Burglary of Habitation

Hicks, Sidney Black Male DOB 09-17-68 5’11” / 151 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Fail To Comply As Sex Offender

Rivera, Juventino Hispanic Male DOB 03-11-68 5’6″ / 200 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Indecency-Child Exposure

Syche, Lonnie Black Male DOB 05-27-85 6’4″ / 195 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Forgery

Wilson, Shari White Female DOB 01-08-62 5’5″ / 137 lbs Brown eyes / Brown hair DWI 3rd Offender

Mcshon, Santiago Black Male DOB 08-04-73 5’10” / 140 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Assault-Bodily Injury-Family Member
Lopez, Roberto Hispanic Male DOB 06-08-75 5’9″ / 175 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child
Wallace, Tevin Black Male DOB 10-28-91 6’3″ / 220 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Aggravated Robbery with a Deadly Weapon
Fontenot, Oscar Black Male DOB 12-03-86 5’11” / 160 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Robbery-Threats

Walker, Gene Black Male DOB 08-18-75 5’11” / 185 lbs Brown eyes / Black hair Possession with Intent to Deliver CS



Anyone with information about the location of these fugitives is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477), or submit a tip via iWatchHarrisCounty.

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Walker County Commissioners Court to Meet Monday Morning



·         Announcement by the County Judge whether a quorum is present.
·         Certification that public notice of the meeting was given in accordance with the provisions of Section 551.001 et. Seq. of the Texas Government Code.
  ·         Prayer – Pastor James Necker
  ·         Pledge of Allegiance
  ·         Texas Pledge – “Honor the Texas Flag, I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible”
  ·         Citizens Input



  · Approve minutes for December 8, 2014 #01
  · Approve minutes for December 17, 2014 #02
  · Approve renewal of Stryker Medical Equipment Maintenance Service #03
  · Transfer FAS#531 2002 Ford Crown Victoria from surplus to Walker County Jail #03A
  · Transfer FAS#534 2002 Ford Crown Victoria from Walker County Jail to surplus #03B
  · Receive Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 monthly report for November 2014, total revenue $28,421.00 #04
  · Receive Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 monthly report for November 2014, total revenue $10,038.00 #05
  · Receive Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 monthly report for November 2014, total revenue $9,877.00 #06
  · Receive Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 monthly report for November 2014, total revenue $66,653.90 #07
  · Receive Walker County Appraisal District monthly report for November 2014, percentage adjusted levy .0838 #08



  · Discuss and/or approve On-Demand Services agreement with Integral, LLC for services requested under this agreement at a rate of $150 hour to be paid from budgeted funds. – Patricia Allen  


  · Discuss and/or approve claims/invoice submitted for payment – Patricia Allen #10
  · Discuss and/or approve 2015-07 amending the budget for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2014 – Patricia Allen #11
  · Discuss and/or approve 2015_08 amending the budget for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2015 – Patricia Allen #12
  · Discuss and/or approve Disbursement Report for 12/03/2014 – 12/16/2014 in the amount of $583,832.13– Sharon Duke #13
  · Discuss and/or approve Treasurer Monthly Report for 9/01/14 – 9/30/14 Order # 2015-09 – Sharon Duke #14
  · Discuss and/or approve October 2014 Monthly Investment Report – Sharon Duke #15
  · Discuss and/or approve paying for leave balances for Stephen Cole as of January 1, 2015 – Sharon Duke #16
  · Discuss and/or approve paying for leave balances for Amy Klawinsky as of January 1, 2015 to be paid from contingency – Sharon Duke  


  · Discuss and/or approve letter Authorizing Treasurer Elect, Amy Klawinsky effective January 1, 2015 to transact county business with banks and vendors. – Sharon Duke  


  · Discuss and/or approve use of the Storm Shelter for the HISD Athletic Department at no charge – Butch Davis #19
  · Discuss and/or accepting and approving the Walker County Criminal Justice Community Plan 2014/2015 – Butch Davis #20
  · Discuss and/or approve the distribution and specifications for radios to be distributed under the Texas General Land Office Community Development Block Grant Program 2011 Disaster Recovery Fund:  Texas Wildfires Grant – Andrew Isbell  



  · Discuss and/or approve training for Planning and Development – Andrew Isbell #22
  · Discuss and/or approve department report for November 2014 – Andrew Isbell #23
  · Discuss and/or approve the variance request for P# 2014-026 Smith 3.00 acre tract William B. Burditt Survey, A-8 for a variance to Section 5.3 of the Walker County Subdivision Regulations regarding lot depth to width ratio – Andrew Isbell  


  · Discuss and/or approve Plat #2014-026 Smith 3.00 Acre Tract, William B. Burditt Survey, A-8 – Andrew Isbell #25
Discuss and/or approve Service Contract with Culligan to service the Jail Water Softener to be paid from budgeted funds – Mike Williford


Discuss and/or approve- Award litter control truck , 2015 Ford F350 Crew Cab Pickup, procurement to HGAC  contract with Silsbee Ford/Cowboy Fleet Group in the amount of $35,067 to be paid $28,054 from Environmental Grant Funds and $ 7,013  from Contingency Funds.– Mike Williford



Discuss and/or approve remodeling workspace in the District Attorney’s Building – David Weeks
Discuss and/or approve painting the interior of the District Attorney’s Building – David Weeks
  · Discuss and/or approve appointment of Lindsey Luaher to the Walker County Historical Commission – Danny Pierce #30
  · Discuss and/or approve appointment to the Gulf Coast Economic Development District – Danny Pierce #31
  · Discuss and/or approve Application 2015-01 Request For Use of Walker county Facilities, District Courtroom, January 18, 2015 for Confederate Heroes Day – Sherri Pegoda  


  · Discuss and/or approve (re)appointing Cary Jackson to the Emergency Services Board #1 – Bobby Warren #33
  · Discuss and/or approve ratifying Proclamation 2015-07 Tree of Angels – Danny Pierce #34
  · Discuss and/or approve Resolution 2015-08 regarding High Speed Rail – Danny Pierce #35
  · Discuss and/or approve Resolution 2015-09 accepting and approving the Walker County Criminal Justice Community Plan 2014/2015 – Danny Pierce  


  · Discuss and/or approve acceptance of check from EOG Resources for reimbursement of road material to Road and Bridge Precinct 1 – BJ Gaines, Jr.  


If during the course of the meeting covered by this notice, Commissioners Court shall determine that a closed meeting of the Court is required, then such closed meeting as authorized by Texas Government Code 551, sub-chapter D will be held by the Commissioners Court at the date, hour, and place given in this notice or as soon after the commencement of the meeting covered by this notice as the Commissioners Court may conveniently meet in such closed meeting concerning any and all subjects and for any and all purposes permitted by Chapter 551, sub-chapter D, inclusive of said Texas Government Code, including but not limited to:

Section 551.071

For the purpose of private consultation between the Commissioners’ Court and its attorney when the Court seeks the

attorney’s advice with respect to pending or contemplated litigation settlement offers, and matters where the duty of the Commissioners’ Court counsel to his client pursuant to the Code of Professional Responsibility of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with the Open meetings Act.

Section 551.072

For the purpose of discussion with respect to the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property, if deliberation in an

open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the Commissioners’ Court in negotiations with a third person.

Section 551.073

For the purpose of deliberation regarding prospective gifts or to deliberate a negotiated contract for prospective gift or

donation to the Commissioners’ Court or Walker County, if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the Commissioners’ Court in negotiations with a third person.

Section 551.074

For the purpose of considering the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of

a public officer or employee or to hear complaints or charges against a public officer or employee, unless such officer or employee requests a public hearing.

Section 551.076

To discuss the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation of security personnel or devices.

Section 551.086

Deliberation regarding economic development negotiations.
  ·         Questions from the media
  ·         Commissioners Court
On this 19th day of December 2014, the Administrative Assistant to the Commissioners’ filed this notice, and an original copy was posted on the main entrance to the Walker County Courthouse.
Danny Pierce, County Judge
I, the undersigned County Clerk, do hereby state that the above notice of meeting of the above named Commissioners’ Court, is a true and correct copy of said notice, and I posted a true and correct copy of said notice on the Courthouse door of Huntsville, Walker County, Texas, at a place readily accessible to the general public at all times on the 19th day of December 2014 and said notice remained so posted continuously for at least 72 hours proceeding the scheduled time of said meeting.
Dated this 4th day of December 2014
Kari A. French, County Clerk



Armed Robbers’ Crime Spree Foiled by Harris County Sheriff’s Deputies

(HOUSTON, TX) – HCSO deputies were able to stop a trio of armed robbers on a crime spree after a brief vehicle pursuit in northwest Harris County. It all started Thursday morning, shortly before 7 a.m. when the three suspects pulled in front of a house in the 3600 block of Sableglen Dr. Two of the suspects got out of the car and robbed their first victim at gunpoint. Within a few minutes, they struck again and again and again, stealing purses and cell phones. They robbed victims at gunpoint in the 3300 block of Allington Ct.; in the 4100 block of Brookhead Trail; and in the 5300 block of Theall Rd. At the Theall Rd. location the suspects didn’t take anything because neighbors heard the victim screaming for help and went outside to investigate, scaring the suspects away. At about 8 a.m. the suspects broke into a home in the 12500 block of Rosslare Dr. There, witnesses saw them walking out of the house carrying a large flat screen television and game system into a maroon Chevrolet Traverse parked on the street. It was later determined the vehicle had been stolen at gunpoint at a fast food restaurant near the intersection of Fairbanks North Houston and Hwy 290 on Wednesday, December 17, 2014. After the burglary, HCSO patrol Deputy T. Robinson saw the suspects’ vehicle and tried to pull it over but the suspects refused to stop. A pursuit ensued through a residential neighborhood in which the rear passenger bailed out of the suspects’ moving vehicle at Welchpool Glen and Kelly Lane. A perimeter was established and with the assistance of K-9 deputies this suspect was apprehended a short time later. Meanwhile the pursuit continued southbound on Veterans Memorial and through northwest portions of unincorporated Harris County and the City of Houston. The pursuit ended near the intersection of Greenbriar Colony and Weldon. The driver was apprehended immediately; the front seat passenger was apprehended after a short foot chase. Three males were arrested and charged with three counts of aggravated robbery and one count of burglary of a habitation. They are: Malik Gray, 18; Rhyis Williams, 17; and a 16 year-old whose name will not be released. The HCSO wishes to thank the HPD and Precinct 4 Constables Office for their help in arresting these suspects. Investigators are trying to determine if they’re responsible for other crimes in the area.

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Texas, 49 States Reach $90 Million Nationwide Agreement with Wireless Telecommunications Provider

AUSTIN – The State of Texas, 49 states and the District of Columbia today announced the resolution of a multistate investigation into wireless carrier T-Mobile USA, Inc. for its role in the practice of unlawful cellphone “cramming” – the unlawful practice of placing unauthorized third-party charges on mobile phone accounts. Cramming occurs when third-party content providers enroll and bill mobile phone customers for their services – such as ringtones and recurring text messages containing trivia or horoscopes – without the customers’ knowledge or consent.

Widely recognized as a national leader in efforts to end cramming, the Internet and Privacy team of the Texas Attorney General’s Office served on the multistate coalition’s Executive Committee to investigate allegations that T-Mobile’s billing practices actually facilitated unscrupulous content providers’ mobile cramming. In addition to Texas, the Executive Committee team included attorneys general from Vermont, Florida, Maryland, Delaware, Washington and Oregon.

Under the agreement negotiated by Texas and the Executive Committee, T-Mobile agreed to settle the states’ claims for a total nationwide monetary value of at least $90 million – including $4.5 million to the Federal Communications Commission and $18 million to the states. Texas will receive nearly $1.06 million in payment. One third of Texas’s share will reimburse the State’s legal fees, with the remaining two-thirds of the funds disbursed as civil penalties pursuant to the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

As part of this legal action, T-Mobile has agreed to no longer bill for third-party Premium Short Message Services (PSMS) – which led to the unlawful cramming – and will be isolating other third-party billing charges on customer bills. In addition to allowing customers to more clearly see the remaining third-party charges on their bills, T-Mobile is also implementing a new system to ensure they obtain the express consent of customers prior to a purchase, and will also provide an electronic receipt to customers upon purchase.

Global restitution fund The national agreement also requires T-Mobile to provide uncapped, nationwide restitution to compensate current and former T-Mobile customers who were improperly billed for third-party content providers’ products and services. Should T-Mobile’s claims program exceed the $90 million, T-Mobile must pay the additional restitution amounts.

Refund distribution process Current and former T-Mobile customers eligible for a refund may have already received notice under T-Mobile’s program by email, text, or mail. Customers may also submit claims under the program by visiting www.t-mobilerefund.com. On that website, customers can submit a claim, find information about refund eligibility and how to obtain a refund, and request a free account summary that details PSMS purchases on their accounts. Customers who have questions about the program can visit the program website or call the refund administrator at (855) 382-6403.

Summary of agreement’s injunctive terms In addition to requiring monetary payments to the states, the FTC and the FCC, today’s agreement requires T-Mobile to implement a new process for obtaining customers’ express consent to incur third-party charges. T-Mobile must display those charges in a clear, dedicated section on the customer’s bill. Among its terms, the agreement also requires the wireless telecommunications carrier to take the following actions:

  • Clearly disclose customers’ ability to block all third-party charges;
  • Notify customers each time a third party is placing a premium text messaging service charge on their account;
  • Provide customers who dispute a third-party charge – if the last charge is not older than three months and has not been previously refunded – with a full refund or access to the customer’s express consent of the charges;
  • Implement a new tracking system to monitor customers’ disputes of third-party charges; and
  • Cooperate with future multistate investigations – particularly states’ subpoena requests for information from the new tracking system.

The Texas Attorney General’s Office has earned a national reputation for its aggressive efforts to end the practice of mobile phone cramming. Since 2011, the Internet and Privacy team of the Texas Attorney General has taken the following enforcement actions against entities charged with using deceptive practices to enroll mobile phone customers unknowingly for unwanted subscription services:

  • State of Texas v. Eye Level Holdings d/b/a JAWA et al. – In May 2012, a Travis County district court ordered defendants Eye Level Holdings, LLC; Cylon, LLC; Jason Hope; and Wayne DeStefano to pay the State of Texas $2 million in settlement of the State’s 2011 legal action alleging that they improperly billed wireless customers in Texas.
  • State of Texas v. Cellzum et al. – In July 2014, the Texas Attorney General’s Office settled with California-based text messaging content provider Cellzum over the company’s misleading Texas cellphone owners into unknowingly enrolling in premium short messaging services that added a monthly $10 fee to their mobile phone bills.
  • State of Texas v. Mobile Messenger U.S. et al. – In November 2013, the State charged four text-messaging content providers and their billing aggregator, Mobile Messenger U.S. Inc., with participating in a massive effort to deceive customers and wireless carriers regarding the identity of content providers in order to facilitate continued deceptive and misleading marketing. The case remains pending in Travis County district court.
  • In the Matter of State of Texas and AT&T Mobility Inc. – In October 2014, AT&T settled cramming allegations from the State of Texas, 49 states and the District of Columbia for a total nationwide payment of $105 million – including $5 million to the FCC and $20 million to the states. As part of the nationwide payment, AT&T also established an $80 million restitution fund for affected customers.

Montgomery County Grand Jury Indictments for December 18th

14-003231-1 349627 Bible, Melissa D. 14-07-0B002I DRIVIN8 WHILE INTOXICATED W/CHILD UNDER 07/22/2014 AW TRUE BILLED
14-003232-1 349627 Bible, Melissa D. 14-07-0B002II DRIVIN8 WHILE INTOXICATED W/CHILD UNDER 07/22/2014 AW TRUE BILLED
14-003796-1 551964 Hill, Robert w. l4-08-09218 SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD 04/01/2012 BE TRUE BILLED


14-004224-l     415499 Thornton, Jr., Billy R.    l4-09-l0289              ASSAUL’!’ FAMILY STRANGULATION  08/20/2014                         MC                       TRUE BILLED


14-004299-1     552617 Davis, Wesley E.               14-09-10379              POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DELTVER/FACTU 09/21/2014      JJ                                 TRUE BILLED


14-004301-1     545450 Gonzales, Kedy 0.           14-09-10381              POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE      09/21/2014                          JJ                       TRUE BILLED


14-004313-l     205025 Goines, John M.              14-09-10438              POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DELIVER/MANUFACTU 09/22/2014      SR                            TRUE BILLED


14-004350-l     552690 Kennedy, Jolynn A.           14-09-10558              FRAUDULENT POSSESS ITEMS OF IDENTIFYING  09/24/2014      JJ                                 TRUE BILLED


14-004368-1     552703 Garcia, Cesar               14-09-10633              POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DELIVER/MANUFACTU 09/25/2014      SR                            TRUE BILLED



14-004382-1 213998 Ellinburg, Jason C. 14-09-10674 DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED – 3RD OR MORE 09/26/2014 JJ TRUE BILLED
14-004383-l 552721 Donceel, Steve A. 14-09-10675 POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DELIVER/MANUFACTU 09/26/2014 SR TRUE BILLED
14-004404-1 111703 currier, David P. 14-09-10704I BURGLARY OF BUILDING 09/28/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
14-004405-1 111703 Currier, David P. 14-09-10704II POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 09/28/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
14-004416-1 530875 Wyatt, Jeffrey A. 14-09-1:0691 ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJ FAMILY ENH 09/29/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
14-004423-1 552690 Kennedy, Jolynn A_ 14-09-10697 ROBBERY 09/24/2014 JJ TRUE BILLED
14-004430-1 248799 Olivas, Nabor M. 14-09-10723 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 09/29/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
14-004441-1 111703 Currier, David P. 14-10-10798 BURGLARY OF BUILDING 09/25/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
14-004458-l 533123 Melton, Sean M. 14-10-10849 ONLINE SOLICITATION OF A MINOR 10/01/2014 CP TRUE BILLED
14-004463-l 527656 Miller, Michael w _ 14-10-10854I BURGLARY OF HJl.BITATION 10/01/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
14-004464-1 527656 Miller, Michael w _ 14-l0-l0854II Ul:iJAUTHORIZED USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE 10/01/2014 GN TRUE BILLED
14-004480-1 505171 Gordon, Melinda L. 14-10-10901 THEFT 10/02/2014 GN TRUE BILLED

14-004484-1     499445 Verucci, Joseph A.           14-10-11002              FAILURE TO COMPLY OTHER REQUIREMENT/SEX 08/14/2014                          MC                       TRUE BILLED

14-004490-1 552864 Burns, Jr., Zachary E. 14-10-11008 ONLINE SOLICITATION OF A MINOR 10/01/2014 CP TRUE BILLED
14-004494-1 552868 Medina, Jr_ , Pedro 14-10-11010 ONLINE SOLICITATION OF A MINOR 10/01/2014 CP TRUE BILLED
14-004539-1 552928 Gray, Jr., Elbert L. 14-10-11013I POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 01/06/2014 BE TRUE BILLED
14-004540-1 552928 Gray, Jr., Elbert L. 14-10-11013II FELONY ESCAPE 10/05/2014 BE TRUE BILLED
14-004541-1 552928 Gray, Jr., Elbert L. 14-10-11013III POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 10/05/2014 BE TRUE BILLED
14-004542-1 552927 Grodeski, Jaclyn R. 14-l0-11014I POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 10/05/2014 BE TRUE BILLED
14-004543-1 552927 Grodeski, Jaclyn R. 14-10-11014II POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 10/05/2014 BE TRUE BILLED

14-004559-1     541111 Alvarez, Diane N.            14-f0-11019              POSSESS WITH INTENT TO DELIVER/MANUFACTU 10/06/2014     BE                                 TRUE BILLED



14-004620-1     103032 Bell, Johnny w.           14-10-11211I             UNLAWFUL POSSESSION FIREARM BY FELON          10/10/2014                          MC                       TRUE BILLED

14-004621-1     103032 Bell, Johnny w _                           14-10-11211II        THEFT                              10/10/2014               MC                                   TRUE BILLED

14-004630-1     516748 Little, Jonathan T.          14-10-11220              INJURY TO AN ELDERLY INDIVIDUAL      10/12/2014                          AW                       TRUE BILLED



553074 Aucoin, Jr., Steve J.     -HARASSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVANT               10/12/2014- TRUE BILLED


553074 Aucion, Jr., Steve J.-HARASSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVANT-10/12/2014- TRUE BILLED