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Law enforcement presence managing Houston’s HOV lanes ASK 2:

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-06-20 10:43:46

SUMMARY: Navigating exit ramps on busy feeders can be tricky, especially with heavy traffic and drivers attempting to transition between the feeder and highway. Justina Ladimer explains that typically, cars on the feeder must yield to traffic exiting the highway. Sergeant Stephen Wooder of the Texas Department of Public Safety advises that, according to Transportation code 545.060, vehicles on the left have the right of way when merging into the same lane. The key is to slow down, signal, and merge safely. In Houston, where many believe they have the right of way, it’s crucial to be aware of your surroundings and yield when necessary.

A viewer asked KPRC 2 traffic expert Justina Latimer the following: Why can they not enforce the two or more people on the managed lanes? I

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Mesquite officer, Rowlett marshal arrested for targeting alleged stalker, arsonist with violence

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-07-23 22:08:24

SUMMARY: Mosqu police officer Brian Hill and his father, Rowette City Marshal Darvin Hill, were arrested and charged following a violent incident. Brian allegedly misused a police database to obtain information about Jason Benjamin, who was accused of stalking Brian's girlfriend and committing arson on Brian's motorcycle. Darvin reportedly used this information to locate and shoot into Benjamin's car. While no one was injured, Darvin faces charges for deadly conduct, and Brian for misuse of official information and providing false statements. Jason Benjamin is charged with stalking and arson. Brian Hill has been placed on administrative leave pending investigations.

Investigators say a frightening escalation involving arson and stalking led a Mesquite police officer and his city marshal father to break the law and target their alleged perpetrator with violence.

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Uber driver arrested for sexually assaulting 12-year-old rider

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-07-23 22:08:13

SUMMARY: Plano police arrested Uber driver Robert Johnson III, charging him with the aggravated sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl. The incident occurred on July 9th when Johnson, driving for Uber , diverted from the route and assaulted the girl in a parking lot. The child reported the attack the following day to her therapist. Despite Uber's annual driver screenings and Johnson's clean criminal record, the attack highlights vulnerabilities in ride-sharing services. Uber has permanently banned Johnson and is cooperating with police. Authorities encourage extra safety measures, including staying in the back seat and sharing locations. Johnson has been released on bail, and police are investigating potential additional victims.

Police say the girl was alone in the Uber because her mom called for the ride on the Uber Health app designed to take people to and from medical facilities.

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Fort Worth man who drowned hailed a hero for saving 2 kids in trouble

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-07-23 22:02:11

SUMMARY: 38-year-old Pasquel Tores drowned in the Trinity River in Fort Worth while rescuing two struggling children at Gateway Park. Despite his efforts, Tores did not resurface after saving the boys, who managed to reach the shore safely. His sister-in-law, Valerie Perez, witnessed the tragedy and described the hero's actions and the family's subsequent grief. Tores had been living and working in Fort Worth to support his wife and three children in Mexico. The Fort Worth Fire's dive team eventually recovered his body after an extensive search. The family is now raising funds to send Tores's body back to Mexico.

Pascual Torres' family says he had no hesitation when he saw two young boys he didn't know struggling to swim. He jumped in but never came back up. Now, his own 3-year-old boy is still asking when his dad will be home.

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