Austin Police are investigating another rock throwing incident on Interstate 35.
They had been arguing about payment for his care and how he would not give her a blank check for her services.
He’s been incarcerated in Pennsylvania since pleading guilty to burglary and arson in 2004 and won’t be eligible for parole until he’s 83.
Officers were called by a concerned citizen who had tried blowing his own car horn to wake the 38-year-old.
Seth Batteron, of Fredericksburg, is charged with a total of 14 counts.
Police believe the suspect may be related to other improper photography cases.
The No Refusal operation will run through Memorial Day weekend.
“I just think it’s ridiculous, not necessarily his intention — but the way he handled the situation was completely wrong.”
Attorneys say school officials turned a blind eye towards a young man from Texas who moved to Idaho to live with relatives after getting in …
Jail records show previous charges of Disorderly Conduct/Displaying a Firearm for him, including one from earlier in May.
The Travis County Sheriff’s Office says they’ve been proactively looking for skimmers.
Police say the victim suffered massive internal bleeding in his brain after he was beaten by a man after leaving Kung Fu Saloon at the Domai…
A suspect was found about 90 minutes later walking along a highway and confessed under questioning.
The suspect was driving a 2000s Chevy Silverado 2500 HD pickup truck when they fatally hit Ethan Hernandez.
Both deputies, as well as the woman’s mother, were injured.
Shon Washington, 41, remains on parole and is living at the Austin Transitional Center in southeast Austin under mandatory supervision.
Two 15-year-old males from Austin were found with gloves, flashlights and other items police believe were used in a crime spree.
Police detectives began their investigation in early May after four people died from overdosing on illegal narcotics.
Last Tuesday the 4-year-old experienced hearing in his left ear for the very first time.
He faces seven years in prison on each count and up to $250,000 in fines.