Wednesday, March 25, 2015

POLICE STILL LOOKING FOR PRISONER K SE LES PELO DEL P.D.

By Juan Montoya
Even though the Texas Southmost College security warning system had alerted the student community as early as 5:30 p.m. Wednesday that a prisoner had escaped from the custody of the Brownsville Police and amy be in the vicinity of the campus, the public was never shown a photo or the identification of the escapee.
However, TSC issued not only the identification of the prisoner, but also a black and white photo of Alfredo Alvarez, who was believed to be near the downtown Brownsville area in the vicinity of the University Hotel located on Sam Pearl Blvd, at the time of notification.
As of today, at 8 a.m. Thursday, the Brownsville Herald informed its online readers that the BPD had not provided the media with a name or photograph of the prisoners who absconded from the bowels of the city jail on Jackson Street.
The office of Chet Lewis issued a security alert notification at 5:37 p.m. in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), which requires that campus crime alerts and timely warnings be made to the community to comply with the federal act.
The escaped prisoner was in the custody of police on after he was brought in to the booking area.
Police spokesman J.J. Treviño said Alvarez, described as a Hispanic man in his 20s, was in BPD custody at the station when he escaped just before 3 p.m.
Treviño said the search area ran the length of Mexico Boulevard east and west and all the way up Sam Perl Boulevard north and south. Several law enforcement agencies assisted in the search. The neighborhood that backs up to the Amigoland area was the last place he was seen.
The TSC Security Department emailed its students that it had received a report from the police regarding a notice related to an area near the campus and TSC is providing a security alert to TSC students, faculty and staff.
The college said that on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 4:30 p.m., the TSC security department received the report from the police regarding the escaped federal prisoner.
The TSC security department said it had dispatched an additional guard to the ITECC campus site as a precaution.
TSC also told its students that if they had any other additional information regarding this incident, please contact TSC Security at (956) 542-8256 or the Brownsville Police Department at 956-548-7000.
 As a reminder, TSC Security can be contacted at ITECC utilizing the recently installed security call stations near the nursing and allied health labs. Updates will be provided as they become available.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

They should look for Ernie too. They let him walk out the front door of carrizales

The Pissed Off Conservative said...

I was told by a friend that the kid escaped from inside the station. If this is true a lot of perple have some serious explaining to do, but since this is the Briwnsville Police Department they will probably play dumb and hope for something else to pop up and deviate the attention from this fiasco.

Anonymous said...

nice head

Anonymous said...

Get a helicopter and tranquilize him.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Tranquilize Erin. She's loose!

Anonymous said...

Drama queen.....

Anonymous said...

The cops caught the deer after a week . You reckon they will catch this guy. Cops gone wild .

Anonymous said...

How embarrassing.....what a bunch morons!!!

Anonymous said...

Notice that most cops have pot-bellies.

Anonymous said...

Actually, they're beer guts. Afterwhich they go absolutely apeshit on all of the free food they can get their hands on. Bottom line, they're a bunch of fucking slobs.
Ren.

rita