Edited by board administrator July 13, 2013, 10:59 pm
Reporting the daily news on the barrio hood:
Keep the peace
A woman contacted the authorities after her tenants refused to leave and were verbally confrontational with her. The woman said the tenants received their eviction notice 31 days prior to the call. They are 12 people all living in the same room. They claimed they are the 12 apostles so therefore they were entitled to live in anywhere at no charge to them. They said that they have been traveling across country and that nobody had complained before until now. They told the landlord, just have a little fath, God will provide and not to worry. The landlord told the deputies that six months have gone by hearing them saying God will provide and so far God hasn't provided anything yet. Now the landlord is wondering whether to believe them or not.
A woman called deputies after her drunken ex-husband walked into her residence. The ex-husband told her that he needed a place to stay over night because his other wife kicked him out of the house. The woman told the deputies that she have heard that her ex-husband have 7 other wives in which he spends the night with each one. Who does he think he is, Casanova? Spending the night with one at a time every night of week?
Two men in their mid-20s were in a physical confrontation with each other after they both got out of the same SUV. One of the men was described as having brown hair. The other had blonde hair, shirtless and was all bloody. When deputies arrived, they said that they were practicing for the weekend UFC fighting championship in a close-cage arena.
A man and woman were arguing in front of a car. The woman was heard yelling, ow, ow, stop, you are hurting me. A local reporter said the man was hard-of-hearing and didnít see any sign-language coming from the woman to stop.
A man was seen in the backyard of the callerís house looking into the home through a window. The caller was unable to give a description of the subject because it was a very dark night, no full moon. Later, she found out that it was the caller's husband who was supposed to be working night-shifts at the near-by gas service station. When her husband got home, she told him, honey while you are working at the station, you canít pump gas and pump someone else at the same time somewhere else too. One of these days you are going to be caught.
A man called deputies that there was a woman outside of his house threaten to shoot him. When the authority arrived, they discovered it was a water-toy gun but the woman was so drunk that she forgot to load it up. She told police that she want spray water at this dirty, ugly, old face, man.
Suspicious person and circumstance
A concerned neighbor called deputies after witnessing a suspicious man carrying a weed whacker and a trashcan through the side yard of her neighborís house. The caller said the man pulled up in a Toyota truck with tinted windows. She notice the Toyota license plates were from Arizona. A local reporter discovers that the man steals the green-clippings from peopleís home yards. When he gets a full truck, he takes it to his ranch in Arizona to feed his goats and horses. The man makes his living selling goat milk, and he is a cowboy by trade.
A woman who owns a vacant lot down the street from her home, caught two men loitering on her property. When she spoke to them, she said they became confrontational. They told her to go ahead to call the police and then took off in a black Hummer. Even rich people who owns an expensive vehicle like a Hummer, doesnít want to pay the trash company to pick up their trash.
A group of seven juveniles were repeatedly racing down the hill on their skateboards and refusing to yield to on-coming traffic. No one was hurt but it scares the chit out the drivers on that particular street.
A woman was found passed out on the ground due to intoxication. Another woman found her, put her shoes on, gave her water and called deputies because she was afraid to leave her alone. They took to the near-by hospital and after she recovered she is now pressing charges because the deputies took her to the hospital without her consent.
A man called deputies after a man driving a Honda civic threw a quarter at his vehicle in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant. It was unknown if the quarter did any damage to the callerís vehicle. Investigation is still pending. If anyone knows of a man owning a bright-orange Honda civic, please report it to the police.
Shots were heard and no suspect information
A man claimed to have heard eight to nine gunshots go off to the left of his residence. The man said he was positive they were gunshots and was sure they were not fireworks. Then a woman next door came out and told them that she was making pop-corn and watching a movie on TV.
9--1--1 Hang up wireless
A crying woman called authorities saying that she was homeless and that her car was just towed away. She said she was worried that she didnít have a safe place to sleep for the night and then immediately hung up the phone. Deputies are still investigating as to whom made that urgent call. According to a local reporter, he discovered that the vehicle that was towed-away belonged to the Chief of Police of that city.
There you have it. Believe it or not. You be the judge.
Now, tell us what is happening in your barrio neighborhood. There are reporters reporting in Kingsville, Texas. What about in your own neighborhood? Pancholin Carretas reporting from the west coast.
EYE ON THE BARRIO HOOD
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