E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company Inc. and a former employee were indicted by a Houston federal grand jury in connection to a deadly 2014 incident at a La Porte plant, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas announced.
La Porte Police says the suspect arrived at a residence claiming to be a FedEx employee after two cell phones were wrongly delivered to a home.
A deputy constable was driving just before midnight when saw the person on the side of the road who appeared to have been struck by a vehicle.
The Office made the announcement early Saturday, Dec. 5:
According to investigators, the clinic advertised 15-minute tests to diagnose a current infection.
A clinic in La Porte has been ordered to close by the Texas Attorney General's Office stating that the clinic was lying about their COVID-19 tests. FOX 26's Maria Salazar has more.
Police believe the boy was accidentally shot by his older adolescent sibling.
LaPorte Health Care is one of the most recent facilities to have confirmed COVID-19 cases. Harris County Public Health confirmed it but did not release any numbers.
A James H. Baker Sixth Grade Campus student was arrested Wednesday and charged with a Class B misdemeanor for allegedly making a terroristic threat while riding the bus.