Posted on · "There's no reason that you can't announce that it's the police coming into your door in the middle of the night."
Posted on · Attorney Michael Doyle said the families decided to remove the officers and Acevedo from the lawsuit in order to avoid further delays.
Posted on · The mural was unveiled by We the People Organize, a group created in the wake of Rhogena Nicholas' and Dennis Tuttle's deaths in 2019.
Posted on · Felipe Gallegos remains charged with engaging in organized criminal activity, along with 9 former members of HPD narcotics squad 15.
Posted on · Patricia Garcia is the first person who has been sentenced in connection with the deadly raid in which Dennis Tuttle and his wife, Rhogena Nicholas, were fatally shot on Jan. 28, 2019.
Posted on · Steven Bryant is the first officer to be convicted in the wake of the raid.
Posted on · The five members of Harris County Commissioners Court unanimously approved the resolution in support of the pardon request, which was submitted last month to the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles.
Posted on · Lawyers say the accused officers "operated as a criminal organization and tormented Houston residents for years."
Posted on · Twelve HPD officers in total have been indicted. Two are charged with first-degree murder.
Posted on · The announcement came after more officers were charged in connection with a fatal drug raid and the Houston Police Department released an audit of its narcotics division.
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Posted on · HPD Chief Art Acevedo says the unit will specialize in serving high risk warrants. The new squad will start operating on November 1.
Posted on · Gerald Goines appeared in court for a brief court hearing to go over his bond conditions following his arrest last week. He remains free on bonds totaling $300,000.
Posted on · The Jan. 28 raid came under scrutiny after police alleged officer Gerald Goines, who was shot during the raid, lied in order to obtain a search warrant.
Posted on · The district attorney is giving HPD until Monday to turn over materials related to confidential narcotics informants.