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Port of Houston seizes illegal ivory shipment

11:26 AM Tue, Jul 22, 2008 |
Michelle Homer

Earlier this week, US Customs and Border Protection were working to sound of their own drum and it paid off. A large shipment of elephant ivory was seized at the Port of Houston found hidden inside a shipment of musical instruments.




Caught on camera: ‘Brazen Businessman’ bank robber

5:54 PM Wed, May 21, 2008 |
Michelle Homer

 


The Houston FBI Bank Robbery Task Force is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a well dressed robber who brandished a semi-automatic pistol as he demanded money from tellers at the Chase Bank, 5847 San Felipe, in Houston, Texas yesterday afternoon.



Woman gunned down minutes after calling 911

10:18 AM Thu, Apr 24, 2008 |
Michelle Homer

HOUSTON — A Houston woman apparently tried to call authorities for help just before she was shot to death by her husband, who then killed himself, police said.
The woman dialed 911 Wednesday morning from the couple’s home. But Houston police said the telephone was abruptly hung up. When police called back, a man believed to be the woman’s husband answered.



Doughnut hole: Driver crashes into shop, leaves

5:56 PM Mon, Nov 12, 2007 |
Michelle Homer

The owner of a doughnut shop in southwest Houston wants to know who crashed a car into her shop,



‘Buff Bandit’ hits Champion Forest bank

3:36 PM Thu, Aug 09, 2007 |
Michelle Homer

The FBI Bank Robbery Task Force needs the public’s assistance in identifying a man being dubbed the “Buff Bank Bandit” after witnesses described his muscular build.




Police: White Supremist stabs ex-girlfriend, man

8:46 PM Wed, Jul 04, 2007 |
Michelle Homer

Police are searching for a man who stabbed his ex-girlfriend and the man she was with, then ran over the man.



Brothers convicted of stealing Katrina donations

9:44 PM Thu, Jun 14, 2007 |
Michelle Homer

A federal jury has convicted two Houston brothers of fraud and conspiracy for taking donations meant for Hurricane Katrina victims.