Have you seen this person? He is wanted for questioning in the incident at Memorial City Mall Sunday afternoon. If you know who he is or his whereabouts, please contact @CrimeStopHOU at 713-222-TIPS. You can remain anonymous. #hounews pic.twitter.com/K6INsjYB4J— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) August 13, 2019Constable Ted Heap said during a police press conference over the weekend that the individual was at the Memorial City Mall when he “put on what appears to be a half mask … kind of a red mask, came down the escalators, came down to the food court, and then at a slow trot went through the food court. About halfway through the food court he jumped up on a table and declared that he was going to kill himself.”“Of course, at this point we had chaos. People started fleeing,” Heap added.The authorities said at the press conference that the picture of the suspect would be released after the criminal intelligence division had a chance to review it first.“We will probably be able to get a lot of help and feedback from the public as far as being able to identify the suspect,” said Heap. “We are looking forward to that.”Assistant Chief Sheryl Victorian made a sharp statement at the end of the press conference when asked if this incident could have been a prank.“I have no idea if it is a prank or not but it is not a prank to us. This is very serious,” she said. “We are going to treat it as a terroristic threat. Especially on the heels of what is going on around our country and what has recently happened in the state of Texas.”The suspect still remains at large and could face possible charges of making terroristic threats if apprehended.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Houston Police/Twitter(HOUSTON) — Police in Houston released an image of a suspect they say caused a stampede at a Houston-area mall on Sunday when he jumped onto a table in the food court and declared he was going to kill himself.The picture tweeted out by the Houston Police Department early Tuesday shows the suspect appearing to be a young white male with blond hair wearing glasses and a green T-shirt.
When frisked, Luage – resident of Greenville Bato in Barangay Rizal – yielded a sachet of suspected shabu, police said. BACOLOD City – Two drug suspects were arrested in a separate buy-bust operations in Silay City, Negros Occidental. Charges for violation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 will be filed against the suspects./PN However, his alleged cohort Joemarie Merabe, who was tagged as a “high-value” drug target, managed to escape. Police was able to impound Merabe’s motorcycle. Later that morning, 25-year-old Rey Luage was nabbed in Barangay Punao, Silay City. Esconde yielded six sachets of suspected shabu, P20,400 marked money and drug paraphernalia, it added. Esconde and Luage were detained in the lockup facility of the Silay City police station. The 24-year-old Ryan Esconde was arrested in Barangay 5 around 2 a.m. on Sept. 7, a police report showed.
Nets’ Kyrie Irving takes elbow to face during pickup game Free agent forward Marquese Chriss — 8th pick in 2016 NBA Draft — has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Golden State Warriors, league sources tell Yahoo Sports.— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) September 24, 2019The big man has a career average of 7.6 points and 4.5 rebounds per contest and was selected by the Suns with the No. 8 pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.He was traded to Houston last season before being dealt to Cleveland to finish out the year. Related News He’ll now join a Warriors team that added D’Angelo Russell and Willie Cauley-Stein over the offseason. Bucks fined $50K over GM’s Giannis Antetokounmpo supermax comment LaMelo Ball a potential No. 1 overall pick in 2020 draft, NBA exec says Golden State is adding depth to its frontcourt.The Warriors are signing Marquese Chriss to a one-year deal for 2019-20, according to Yahoo Sports, which cited unidentified sources.
Bunker Boys Golf SocietyMonday, April 3, Pattavia, (white tees) – Stableford1st Trevor Priestly (22) 43pts2nd Geoff Cox (15) 37pts3rd Neil Carter (13) 36pts4th Gerry Cooney (16) 35pts Near Pins: Trevor Priestly, Mike Brett, Gerry Cooney, Peter Allen.Unseasonal rain interrupted play for the fourth outing in eight days at today’s game at Pattavia. The greens on the front nine had just been cored and sanded prior to play with more sand on the greens than in the bunkers. Even worse, the sand had not been brushed in properly making putting a bit of a lottery. Added to the mix, thousands of tiny black flies swarmed around the arms and faces of players whenever they stood still to play a shot making the whole experience difficult and unpleasant.None of the above made the slightest bit of difference to Trevor Priestly who breezed through with an exceptional score of forty-three points from a handicap of 22. Trevor is making a habit of playing infrequently and throwing up an exceptional score to win. One feels he may soon have an appointment with the handicapper.Six points back on thirty-seven points was Geoff Cox, another occasional player who scores well. For the first time, when the numbers are between fifteen and twenty, a fourth place was awarded and this fourth position will continue as it was felt unfair that there were only three places paid up to nineteen players and then jumped up to six places when there were twenty players and two flights. Near pins were shared between four players today.Trevor Priestly. Friday, April 7, Khao Kheow (yellow tees) – Stableford.1st Mike Brett (16) 30pts2nd Tony Robbins (19) 30pts3rd Geoff Parker (14) 30ptsNear Pins: Tony Robbins, Trevor Priestly, Jimmy Carr, Geoff Cox.Recent golf reports have at times looked more like weather reports and today was no different as unseasonal wet weather dominated play. The front-nine was played in overcast oppressively hot conditions but this all changed on the back-nine. The rain, which had been threatening for some time, tumbled down in torrents accompanied by thunder and lightning and required a break in play of about fifteen minutes. On resumption of play, the fairways were sodden with no run whatsoever and greens had pools of water in places.The difficulty of the conditions was reflected in the scores with the top three players reaching only thirty points, the final places being decided on count back. Near pins were shared between four players. Wednesday, April 5, Pattana – Stableford.Only seven Bunker boys joined forty golfers from the Links Bar for the monthly competition at Pattana Sport & Country Club’s A and B courses. The weather was cool and overcast with the ever-present threat of rain, which luckily held off. The course was in excellent condition for this time of year, well grassed and the greens receptive.The bane of every golfers life (slow play) was the order of the day, which led to one player being struck by a golf ball standing close to a green but out of sight from the following group. Luckily no serious injury resulted but it serves as a timely reminder to all players to keep up with the group in front and clear the greens quickly after they finish putting. Some golfers seem oblivious to what is going on around them and despite repeated prompting continue to play too slowly.The Bunker boys didn’t acquit themselves very well and only two players figured amongst the prize winners. Brett Chan won two technical awards and lost out on the major prizes on count back with a fine score of thirty-nine points. The other prize getter was Neil Carter with a very good near pin.Bunker Boy scores: Brett Chan 39, Tony Robbins 35, Geoff Parker 34, Neil Carter and Michael Brett 33, Les Cobban 32, Jimmy Carr 30.
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