Fort Worth Police were mum when Martin Herrmann, a 50-year-old former agent with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, was arrested late last month on a charge of improper photography/visual recording.
The TABC offered only slightly more information, telling the Star-Telegram that Herrmann had b ... More >>
Hey, by any chance did you catch Dale Hansen last night on Channel 8 talking about that poor kid at TCU who got kicked off the football team for misbehavior? Man, I'm telling you: sometimes Hansen is my mullah.
He was talking about somebody who had written him saying we should pass a law that any k ... More >>
Thieves drove off with two fully loaded trucks from this Wichita Falls Dr Pepper bottling plant last month, before abandoning the empty trucks near Dallas -- the third such theft recently.A trio of truck thefts from Dr Pepper distributors around Texas in the last few months have all ended the sam ... More >>
On May 5, 52-year-old David Barouch of Colleyville was arrested for putting a bomb on the front porch of his ex-wife's house. Two months later, he pleaded guilty to one count of
possession of an unregistered destructive device. Today, he found out his punishment: the
statutory maximum sentence of ... More >>
Another day, another Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission news release -- this one, concerning the firing of the three agents involved in the Rainbow Lounge raid in Fort Worth and named in the TABC's 32-page report released earlier this month. One other lieutenant is receiving a three-day suspensi ... More >>
On Friday, Fort Worth Mayor Mike Moncrief asked the acting U.S. Attorney to review the Rainbow Lounge raid and investigations.One week later, word of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission and Fort Worth Police Department's raid on the Rainbow Lounge has reached Page A16 of this morning New York Ti ... More >>
Earlier today, the Fort Worth Police Department sent out the following press release in response to Saturday night's raid on the Rainbow Lounge in Fort Worth. In short, the FWPD's temporarily breaking up with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission till both agencies figure out how the raid on the n ... More >>
At last, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission has issued an official statement concerning Saturday night's raid on the Rainbow Lounge in Fort Worth, which left Chad Gibson hospitalized and a community outraged. Carolyn Beck, the spokesperson for the agency, just sent Unfair Park the document, in ... More >>