Federal Judge In Houston Orders The Release Of Evidence In Harding Street Raid Lawsuit – Houston Public Media
The ruling came during the civil case filed by the family of Pecan Park residents Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nichols, who were shot and killed during a no-knock drug raid orchestrated by disgraced former Houston Police officer Gerald Goines.houstonpublicmedia.org
6 more officers charged in investigation of deadly Harding Street police raid
The new charges bring the total number of officers or former officers charged in connection with the investigation of the raid to 12. Oscar Pardo: Charged with engaging in organized criminal activity and first-degree tampering with a governmental record. Cedell Lovings: Charged with engaging in organized criminal activity and first-degree tampering with a governmental record. Nadeem Ashraf: Charged with engaging in organized criminal activity and first-degree tampering with a governmental record. New charges for officers already chargedSome of the charges announced Monday were new charges against officers who have already been charged in connection with an investigation of the Harding Street raid.
New Plan Looks At Ways to Make Cycling Safer In Houston’s East End – Houston Public Media
Harris County Precinct 2 and the East End District are compiling data and collecting community input on how to create a safer and more connected system of bikeways. The East End does have some hike and bike routes like the Harrisburg Trail and the bayou trails, but a lot of cycling takes place on the streets with cars. To build an effective bike network Garcia said they need to get a true perspective of who's using those routes. Once a plan is in place, Garcia said he’ll work together with the City of Houston and the East End District "to leverage the financial resources needed to start to build the projects." To learn more about the plan and to make comments, you can go to the East End Bike Plan website.houstonpublicmedia.org
1 year later: A look back at botched Harding Street raid, what’s next
A botched raid resulted in multiple Houston Police Department officers being shots and two homeowners killed. The story fell apart on Feb. 15, 2019, after Channel 2 Investigates first revealed documents showing cops manufactured an unlawful warrant prior to the raid. We’ll get to the truth.” Her office also launched an extensive review of thousands of past cases involving now-former HPD officers Gerald Goines and Steven Bryant. Last spring, Channel 2 Investigates was the first media outlet to take viewers inside the home and revealed what autopsy reports were found. At his office in Missouri, Maloney said his forensic findings had not matched with the narrative pushed out by HPD.
New details emerge in botched Pecan Park drug raid that left couple dead
New details emerge in botched Pecan Park drug raid that left couple deadAn investigator hired by the families of Tuttle and Nicholas released new findings on what went down at Pecan Park home in January where the pair died. >>Click through the gallery to see new details that challenge Houston police's original narrative about what went down at Harding Street, where Tuttle and his wife died. less An investigator hired by the families of Tuttle and Nicholas released new findings on what went down at Pecan Park home in January where the pair died. >>Click through the gallery to see new details that ... more Photo: Steve Gonzales, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Photo: Steve Gonzales, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Image 1 of / 87 Caption Close New details emerge in botched Pecan Park drug raid that left couple dead 1 / 87 Back to GalleryAdditional details on what went down during a Houston police botched drug raid in January that left a married couple dead in their home were released this week, according to a report by the Houston Chronicle. MURDER CHARGES: Here's what we know about Gerald Goines, former officer involved in deadly Pecan Park drug raidGerald Goines is charged with two counts of felony murder.chron.com