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This guy, Quinten Lavar Branch, 29, is sitting in the Galveston County Jail on a whole pile of charges. He apparently thinks he's a tough guy.  His charges are for whipping up on family members, domestic violence, sexual assault, causing bodily injury to a family member, and weed possession.  He must be a heavy smoker, bail on the pot possession alone is 20 grand. Total bail $285,000.  The sex assault bail is a quarter mil.

James Larry Cosby went to a candlelight vigil for his dead daughter. Galveston County Sheriff's Investigators later arrested him for killing her and her girl friend and dumping their bodies behind a restruant dumpster at Port Bolivar.  He did it because he couldn't stand his daugther being gay, deputies reported.


Senor Arturo Dominguez, 47, came to visit the U.S. and decided to go into the child porn business.  He may have thought that's better than mowing grass. He was interrupted by police however who charged him with 2 counts of possession and promotion of child pornography. When they checked him out at the booking desk police discovered Senor Dominguz forgot to get permission to visit us here in the U.S.  He's being held for immigration authorities now. Whatever will they do with him we wonder?



Alberto Felipe Fernandez is the guy we reported on back in March who went to the home of an off duty League City Police Officer asking for help for his wife whom he said there was something wrong with.
There certainly was.  Police say she died of blunt force trauma and he did it. He's waiting in jail for a trial date.


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Comments:
is that a new arrest for Mr. Cosby, or old one?
Posted by karen at 6/23/2014 2:18:15 PM

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