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WANTED: Houston man accused of hitting child with belt, electrical cord

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HOUSTON, Texas The Houston Police Department’s Special Victims Division and Houston Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a fugitive wanted for Injury to a Child.

50-year-old James Parker allegedly assaulted a child on February 5 of this year in the 2400 block of West Sam Houston Parkway.







Sources say Parker struck the child’s arms with a belt, causing major swelling.

Parker reportedly hit the child with an electrical cord as well.

Parker is a black male with brown eyes and short brown hair.







He stands at approximately 5’8″ tall and weighs about 140 lbs.

Crime Stoppers say they may pay up to $5,000 for information on Parker that may lead to his arrest.







Anyone with information on James Parker is urged to call 713-222-TIPS (8477) or submit the tip online at www.crime-stoppers.org.

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Kerr County property manager arrested for allegedly embezzling renter’s money

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KERR COUNTY, Texas — A Kerr County woman has been arrested for Theft of $750-2,500 after allegedly embezzling from her place of employment.

A report from the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office says investigators received a report on October 29 that a property manager of Oak Grove Estates had sublet a living quarter and kept the rent proceeds for her own personal use.







40-year-old Kimberly Marie Hill allegedly embezzled $1,800 from the company and the renter.

She was arrested on November 20 by the Bandera County Sheriff’s Office on the Kerr County warrant for the theft offense.

The report states Hill was released after posting a $2,000 bond.







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Vehicle burglars identified, 1 remains at large

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BOERNE, Texas — Boerne Police have arrested one of two men suspected of multiple vehicle burglaries.

A release from the Boerne Police Department says the burglaries occurred on October 28 in the Herff Ranch, Woods of Boerne, and woods of Frederick Creek subdivisions.







BPD Officers discovered 18 vehicles had been burglarized in the early morning hours.

Reports say on November 8, Bexar County Deputies responded to a suspicious vehicle call.

Once deputies arrived, they contacted and arrested 21-year-old Sevaughn Eugene Meadows (right) and 21-year-old Alaijah Ernesto Canales (left) on unrelated vehicle burglary and drug charges.







Unique items recovered during the arrest allegedly linked Canales and Meadows to the vehicle burglaries committed in Boerne.

The release says additional stolen items have been recovered and law enforcement officials are in the process of returning the items to their owners.







Canales was reportedly arrested on November 19 by the San Antonio Police Department for the Boerne vehicle burglaries.

Meadows is currently at large, according to the release.

Anyone with information on Meadows or his whereabouts are urged to contact Kendall County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-348-LEAD (5323).

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MISSING: 16-year-old Antonella Gaya missing since November 11

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BEXAR COUNTY, Texas The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person.

16-year-old Antonella Gaya was last seen getting on the bus for school on November 11 around 7:15 a.m. in the 8000 block of Winecup Hill Dr.







Police say she was wearing dark blue jeans and a blue jacket.

Antonella has brown hair, brown eyes, stands at 5’4″ and weighs approximately 125 pounds.

Police believe she may be in the North Bexar County area.







Anyone with information on Antonella is urged to contact the BCSO Missing Persons unit at (210)335-6000 or missingperson@bexar.org .







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