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A Conroe Man Arrested for Sexual Assault To A Child

A 31-year-old man from Conroe has been arrested for the sexual assault of a child. According to the police officials, the man began abusing the child when they were only 11 years old.

When investigators executed a search warrant at the man’s home in Conroe, they learned that was already planning to flee to Mexico.

Police officials also said that the man has been deported to Mexico multiple times.

The Conroe-man is now being held inside the Montgomery County Jail and a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement hold have been requested because of the crime committed and his immigration status.

The Consequences of an Assault

Assault conviction may result losing your job, lose your lease on your apartment or house, lose your child custody rights, and many more.

If you have been accused of violence on someone or on a family member, Call or text 24/7  Attorney Abogado Yong J. An at 832 428 5679. Family Assault Criminal Defense Attorney Abogado

Practice at Houston, Pearland, Alvin, Manvel, Angleton, Lake Jackson, League City, Texas City, Friendswood, Dickinson, Galveston, Sugarland, Fort Bend, Harris.

Assault conviction may lead to:

  • Loss of custody of your children.
  • Loss of your job
  • Loss of housing or your lease.
  • Penalties ranging from a fine of up to $500 – $10,000 and up to 2 – 20 years in prison, depending on whether the charge is classified as a misdemeanor or felony.

 

What Happens When You’re an Immigrant Accused of an Assault?

If you are an immigrant or a temporary citizen of the United States, you could be deported back to your home country.

Loss of the right to own or possess a firearm.

 

Lawyer of the Area

If you have been accused of family violence or assault on a family member, Call or text 24/7  Attorney Abogado Yong J. An at 832 428 5679. Family Assault Criminal Defense Attorney Abogado

Practice at Houston, Pearland, Alvin, Manvel, Angleton, Lake Jackson, League City, Texas City, Friendswood, Dickinson, Galveston, Sugarland, Fort Bend, Harris.

Ex Maestro de Cypress-Fairbanks Sentenciado a 8 Años en Prisión Por Tener Sexo Con un Estudiante

Un ex maestro de Cypress-Fairbanks fue sentenciado a ocho años de prisión el Viernes después de haber admitido un crimen sexual con un niño el cual era un estudiante que tenía 16-años de edad, un estudiante de su clase.

El Incidente

El acusado, de 31 años, se declare culpable cuando su juicio comenzó el martes. Él fue acusado con un grave crimen de dos cuentas de crimen sexual de un adolescente que era menor de 17. El acusado admitió que el estudiante y el tuvieron sexo por lo menos dos veces en su carro. Anteriormente en la semana, la victima testifico que el maestro la presiono a tener sexo después de viajar con ella a Bear Creek Park durante su grado junior en 2015.
Testificación del Acusado
El acusado se declare culpable y testifico en sus propia defensa. Él dijo al jurado que la joven estaba “en control” de su relación y que ella lo sedujo. Su abogado defensor fue James Kan y Don Nguyen. Ellos demandaron un veredicto más indulgente, el cual indicaba que la joven se quedaba cerca del maestro incluso después que los encuentros terminaban. Ella también se inscribió en otro semestre para tener clases con el sentarse junto a él durante el almuerzo. La victima también continúo enviándole mensajes de texto después de los encuentros.

Mientras tanto, el acusador Ashley Guice noto que el acusado recogía a la chica de su casa, condujo a Bear Creek Park al noreste de Houston y tuvo sexo al menos dos veces ahí. Ella también indicaba que el acusado tenía el hábito de estar cerca de sus estudiantes femeninas. También, él les enviaba mensajes en las redes sociales. El uso esas técnicas para manipular sus emociones y cometer delito sexual de un joven.
Los oficiales de Cypress-Fairbanks ISD comenzaron la investigación sobre el crimen del profesor de matemáticas de Cypress Ridge High School en Noviembre del 2016 después de recibir un consejo anónimo. El ex maestro fue arrestado después que el admitió haber tenido sexo y dijo que este fue consensuado.
Abogado del Área

Yong J. An en un ex abogado de defensa criminal y fiscal federal y estatal, que le brinda toda la representación que usted necesita. Su prioridad es encontrar a un especialista en derecho que sepa el sistema de justicia criminal, particularmente en la legislación de Texas. Yong J. An también ofrece asistencia para clientes hablantes de coreano, vietnamita y chino, y español. Yong J. An tiene su despacho jurídico en lugares convenientes en todo el área de Houston y está disponible por teléfono 24/7 y puede ser contactado al 832 428 5679 vía llamada o texto.

Yong J. An DWI, Abogado de Defensa Criminal,
Counties Represented:
Brazos (Bryan, College Station),
Brazoria (Alvin, Angleton, Dickinson, Freeport, Lake Jackson, Manvel, Pearland),
Chamber (Anahuac),
Jefferson (Beaumont),
Galveston (Friendswood, Galveston, League City, Texas City)
Harris (Baytown, Deer Park, Galena Park, Katy, Humble, Houston, Memorial, Pasadena, South Houston, Spring, Webster),
Fort Bend (Katy, Missouri City, Richmond, Stafford, Sugarland), Liberty,
Montgomery (Conroe, Woodland), and
Waller (Hempstead).

Fuente : chron.com

Man Accused In Fatal Hit and Run Case

The Charge

A man in Houston, who is on probation for DWI, was charged on Tuesday for hitting and killing a 57-year-old man while being DWI again. The defendant aged 28, charged with Hit and Run and DWI, both Felony offenses, according to court records.

According to the Houston Police Department statement, the defendant slammed his vehicle into the 57-year-old man when he off a median and into the street located in the 2300 block of Wayside at about 4:10 p.m. on Monday. The impact threw the victim’s body on a black Honda Accord nearby that stopped at the intersection. The defendant fled the scene driving a white Nissan after the Hit and Run incident. He later caught by police when a witness followed him and contacted the police.

It is the third time the defendant caught in less than two years for DWI. He previously convicted of DWI in August 2016 and February 2017. This arrest took place when the defendant was midway through his 18 months of mandated probation. Just after his second DWI conviction. The defendant also found guilty of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, POM (possession of marijuana), a Felony charge, and a misdemeanor charge, according to court records.

His new destination is Harris County Jail where he has to pay a $50,000 bail.

Lawyer of the Area

Yong J. An is a former federal and state prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, who will provide all the representation you need.  Your priority should be to find an attorney at law who knows the criminal justice system, particularly Texas law. Yong J. An also provides support for Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Spanish speaking clients. Yong J. An has law offices in convenient locations all over Houston area. He is available by phone 24/7 at 832 428 5679 via call and text.

Yong J. An DWI, Criminal Defense Attorney, Pearland, Angleton, Lake Jackson, Manvel, Alvin, Freeport, Sugarland, Missouri City, League City, Texas City, Friendswood, Galveston, Dickinson, Houston, Katy.

Source: chron.com

Robber Suspect in Starbucks robbery is suing the Good Samaritan who stopped him

A man credited Robber Suspect suing Good Samaritan stopping a robbery of a Starbucks in July might now be sued by the suspect, over wounds the would-be robber received from the Good Samaritan.

Ryan Flores, 30, is facing charges for second-degree robbery and assault with a deadly weapon, stemming from a robbery of a Fresno Starbucks. Flores was arrested after he allegedly tried to rob a barista with a fake gun and wearing a Transformers mask — and in the process, he was subdued by a customer and stabbed with his own knife.

 Cregg Jerri, 58, was that customer, and he intervened in the attempted robbery by hitting Flores with a chair from behind. Flores pulled out a knife and fought back, with the two men wrestling over the weapon. Jerri sustained a stab wound to the neck, but was able to take the knife away, and stab Flores an apparent 17 times during the fight.

Flores’s mother, Pamela Chimienti, described Jerri’s actions as “excessive force” and told KSEE that Flores planned to file a lawsuit.

 “The guy, in my opinion, went from a Good Samaritan to a vigilante,” Chimienti told the broadcast news station. “Stabbing somebody that many times, it doesn’t take that many stab wounds to get somebody to succumb to you.”

Video of the robbery later went viral and showed the encounter between Jerri and Flores, and the fight that resulted in injuries for both men.

Flores’s father, Mark Flores, told the Fresno Bee, “I understand he (Ryan Flores) robbed the store but (Jerri) stabbed my son 17 times.”

Ryan Flores, currently in Fresno County Jail, did not directly confirm or deny the lawsuit, and instead told the newspaper that he’s taking things “one step at a time.”

 “I don’t like to judge people,” Flores said, “but that’s a lot of stab wounds.”

Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer, who initially praised Jerri’s actions in thwarting the robbery, reportedly called the idea of Jerri being sued “ludicrous.” Legal analysts commenting on the case expressed doubt that the lawsuit would go anywhere, saying that “unreasonable malice” would be difficult to prove.

Yong J. An, DWI, Criminal Defense Attorney, practice before Houston, Pearland, Angleton, Lake Jackson, Manvel, Alvin, Freeport, Sugarland, Missouri City, League City, Texas City, Friendswood, Galveston, Dickinson.

Alleged DWI Suspect Crashes Into House

A possibly drunk driver hit the front of a northwest Harris County house late Wednesday, smashing a front window and sending furniture askew. (Metro Video) Photo: Metro Video

A driver who slammed into the front of a house in northwest Harris County at about 9 pm, Wednesday, might be allegedly drunk. The homeowner was in the back bedroom of his home which is located on 8200 blocks of Terrace Brook when the alarm system went off.

Homeowner Anderson rushed to the front of the building and found that a truck has run halfway in the house. The car seemed like it has rammed into a nearby parked vehicle and then traversed the homeowner’ neighbor’s driveway before hitting the Homeowner’s home.  The car damaged the window of the front room, shattering glass, wood, furniture, insulation, desk, and the computer across the room.

Neighbors told the homeowner that the driver got out of the truck and escaped immediately after the collision. The vehicle which was owned by a business owner nearby said the employee driving had been drinking. No one was injured in the crash.

If you have been arrested or facing criminal charges, an effective defense can be the deciding factor between a prison sentence and a reduced or dismissed charge. If you’ve been arrested or facing a criminal law defense case (such as immigration, criminal offense, deportation, DWI or DUI, theft, assault, drug-related assaults, etc.), it’s also crucial that you know your rights.

Yong J. An is a former federal and state prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, who will provide all the representation you need.  Your priority should be to find an attorney at law who knows the criminal justice system, particularly Texas law. Yong J. An also provides support for Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Spanish speaking clients. Yong J. An has two law offices in convenient locations in downtown Houston and is available by phone 24/7 and can be reached at 832 428 5679 via call and text.

Yong J. An DWI, Criminal Defense Attorney, Pearland, Angleton, Lake Jackson, Manvel, Alvin, Freeport, Sugarland, Missouri City, League City, Texas City, Friendswood, Galveston, Dickinson.

Image and News Source: chron.com

 

Stripper, antiguo subdirectora, mató a un policía de Pearland

Stripper, antiguo subdirectora, mató a un policía de Pearland

Una bailarina exótica que mató a un oficial de policía en un accidente cuando manejaba en estado de ebriedad, ha sido encarcelada por 32 años.

Amber Willemsen, que fue subdirectora antes de convertirse en stripper, manejaba por el lado equivocado de la carretera y dos veces por encima de la velocidad permitida cuando chocó contra el patrullero del Oficial de Policía de Pearland Endy Ekpanya.

El oficial de la policía de Pearland murió como resultado de la colisión.

Willemsen, de 40 años, ya había completado previamente dos años de libertad condicional por otro delito similar cometido en el año 2014.

Fue condenada por homicidio bajo intoxicación el 3 de agosto de 2017. Anteriormente había sido subdirectora en una escuela primaria en League City, Texas.

Durante su juicio, a los miembros del jurado se les mostraron imágenes de Willemsen bebiendo vodka durante su turno en el club de striptease The Ritz, de Houston.

Estaba en camino de regreso del trabajo cuando ocurrió la colisión fatal.

Según reporto Houston Chronicle, el fiscal de distrito del condado de Brazoria, Jeri Yenne, dijo: “Endy Ekpanya tomó el golpe por otro ciudadano que venía detrás de él. En su acto final, estaba protegiendo y sirviendo.

Dirigiéndose a los miembros del jurado durante el caso, KHOU reporto, Willemsen dijo: “No hay excusa para la tragedia. He estado en la cárcel y me he dado cuenta de lo completamente egoísta e imprudente que he sido.

Y luego, ella añadió: “Hubo un tiempo en mi vida en que era una persona exitosa y quería ayudar a los niños y era una buena persona”.

Ekpayna fue el primer oficial de Pearland muerto en la línea del deber en casi 40 años después de la tragedia del 12 de junio.

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