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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(062919)-WEST TEXAS FOOD BANK-MIDLAND & XTO ENERGY-GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY FOR EDUCATIONAL GARDENS

MIDLAND, TEXAS/JUNE 29, 2019-THE WEST TEXAS FOOD BANK IN MIDLAND HELD A GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY FOR THE CREATION OF THE NEW XTO ENERGY GARDENS.

(CARMAN MULLINS, VICE PRESIDENT-XTO ENERGY)

THE XTO ENERGY EDUCATIONAL GARDENS WITH BRING INNOVATED AND EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES TO CHILDREN AND TO THE COMMUNITY.

(CARMAN MULLINS, VICE PRESIDENT-XTO ENERGY)

THE XTO ENERGY EDUCATIONAL GARDENS WILL FEATURE TWO BIO-DOMES

(CARMAN MULLINS, VICE PRESIDENT-XTO ENERGY)

THE PROJECT INCLUDES THE EXPANSION OF THE PARKING AREA AND A DRIVE-THRU TO ALLOW SENIORS TO GET QUICK ACCESS TO THE FOOD BANK.

(LIBBY CAMPBELL, WTFB-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR)

THE NEW FOOD BANK FACILITY IN MIDLAND HAS BEEN OPERATIONAL FOR 2 YEARS AND IS STARTING THE PROCESS OF EXPANSION.

(LIBBY CAMPBELL, WTFB-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR)

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(062819)-SAND TRAY THERAPY TRAINING-HIGH SKY CHILDREN’S RANCH

MIDLAND, TEXAS/JUNE 28, 2019-HIGH SKY CHILDREN’S RANCH HOSTED A TWO DAY TRAINING SESSION WITH WORLD RENOWNED SAND TRAY EXPERT DR. THERESA KESTLY, PHD. FROM CORRALES, NEW MEXICO. THE TRAINING IS PROVIDED TO HIGH SKY THERAPITSTS AND COMMUNITY BASED THERAPITS FROM MIDLAND AND ODESSA. (JaLYNN HOGAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-HIGH SKY CHILDREN’S RANCH SAND TRAY THERAPY ALLOWS THE CLIENT TO EXPRESS THEMSELVES WITHOUT WORDS. (JaLYNN HOGAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-HIGH SKY CHILDREN’S RANCH AS PART OF THE TRAINING, THERAPIST ENGAGE IN THIS FORM OF THERAPY TO UNDERSTAND THE EXPERICENS THAT THE CLIENT WILL BE GOING THROUGH. (JaLYNN HOGAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-HIGH SKY CHILDREN’S RANCH SAND TRAY THERAPY IS ONE OF FIVE THERAPY MODALITIES USED AT HIGH SKY CHILDREN’S RANCH. (JaLYNN HOGAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-HIGH SKY CHILDREN’S RANCH HIGH SKY CHILDREN’S RANCH IS PRIVLEDGED TO BE ABLE TO BRING TOP THERAPIST LIKE DR. THERESA KESTLY TO THE PERMIAN BASIN.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(062819)-ODESSA PD COFFEE WITH A COP AT WHATABURGER IN ODESSA

ODESSA, TEXAS/JUNE 28, 2019-THE ODESSA POLICE DEPARTMENT HELD COFFEE WITH A COP HOSTED BY WHATABURER, LOCATED AT 42ND STREET AND JBS PARKWAY. RESIDENTS AND OTHER MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY ENJOYED FREE COFFEE AND DELICIOUS CINNAMON ROLLS. (SARAH MARSTON, BRAND DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR -WHATABURGER CORP. REST) “WE REALLY APPRECIATE OUR POLICE OFFICERS. THEY’RE OUT THERE 24/7 PROTECTING OUR COMMUNITIES, AND IT’S A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO BRING THE CITIZENS AND THE POLICE OFFICERS TOGETHER.” THE COFFEE WITH A COP EVENT BRINGS RESIDENTS AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TOGETHER TO DISCUSS ISSUSES AND CONCERNS IN AN INFORMAL, FUN ENVIRONMENT. (CPL STEVE LESUEUR, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE-ODESSA POLICE DEPARTMENT) “IT’S IMPORTANT TO HAVE EVENTS LIKE THIS. IT’S AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE PUBLIC TO MEET THEIR LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT AND ASK ANY QUESTIONS THEY MIGHT HAVE, YOU KNOW THAT PERTAINS, YOU KNOW IT CAN BE REALLY BE ABOUT ANYTHING. WHETHER IT’S AN ISSUE THEY EXPERIENCING IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD OR THEY JUST TALK TO US ABOUT ANYTHING, YOU KNOW.” FIRST CONTACT WITH AN OFFICER IS USUALLY IN A NEGATIVE WAY. THE COFFEE WITH A COP EVENT HELPS BRING A HUMAN ELEMENT BETWEEN OFFICERS AND RESIDENTS. (CPL STEVE LESUEUR, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE-ODESSA POLICE DEPARTMENT) “YOU KNOW, ALOT OF SOME OFTHESE WE’VE HAD IN THE PAST. WE’VE HAD PEOPLE COME UP TO US AND ASK US, YOU KNOW HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT ISSUES THEY’RE HAVING IN THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS. SUCH AS, THEIR ASKING FOR TIPS FOR CRIME PREVENTION. WE ‘VE HAD OTHER PEOPLE, YOUNGER PEOPLE THAT APPORCH US, AND HAD QUESTIONS ABOUT RECRUITING. YOU KNOW, HAVE EXPRESSED INTEREST IN BECOMING A POLICE OFFICER, CRIME SCENE UNIT, YOU KNOW JUST WORKING AT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.” WHATABURGER PLANS TO HAVE ANOTHER COFFEE WITH A COP VERY SOON. (SARAH MARSTON, BRAND DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR -WHATABURGER CORP. REST) “YES, YES, ABSOLUTELY. WE WANT TO MAKE IT A REGULAR EVENT, JUST SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY.” FOR DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS, DANNY BARRERA

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(062719)-PERMIAN BASIN INTERNATIONAL OIL SHOW PRESENTS SCHOLARSHIPS

MIDLAND, TEXAS/JUNE 27, 2019-THE PERMIAN BASIN INTERNATIONAL OIL SHOW GAVE SCHOLARSHIP MONEY TO FIVE DESERVING ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS. THE GIFT DISBURSEMENT WAS A TOTAL OF $282 THOUSAND-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS.

(TOMMY PIPES, PRESIDENT-PERMIAN BASIN INTERNATIONAL OIL SHOW)

THE PERMIAN BASIN INTERNATIONAL OIL SHOW IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT IS DEDICATED TO EDUCATION AND NEW TECHNOLOGY IN THE OIL FIELD.

(TOMMY PIPES, PRESIDENT-PERMIAN BASIN INTERNATIONAL OIL SHOW)

THE PBIOS GAVE IT’S FINANCIAL SUPPORT THROUGH SHOLARSHIPS TO MIDLAND COLLEGE, TEXAS, TECH, ODESSA COLLEGE, DESK AND DERRICK CLUB, UT PERMIAN BASIN. THESE SCHOLARSHIPS WILL BE AWARDED TO STUDENTS WHO MEET ALL OF THE PRESCRIPED REQUIREMENTS.

(TOMMY PIPES, PRESIDENT-PERMIAN BASIN INTERNATIONAL OIL SHOW)

FOR DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS, DANNY BARRERA

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(062719)-HOME INVASION HOMICIDE / ECISD EMPLOYEE ARRESTED FOR POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

MIDLAND, TEXAS/JUNE 27, 2019-ON TUESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 25TH AT APPROXIMATELY 10:30PM, A TARGETED HOME INVASION OCCURED IN THE 1700 BLOCK OF MAPLE AVENUE. THE INVASION LED TO A SHOOTING WHICH RESULTED IN THE DEATH OF JOSHUA SHOALS, 26 YEARS OF AGE. NEXT OF KIN HAS BEEN NOTIFIED.

THE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES.

ODESSA, TEXAS/JUNE 27, 2019-A NOW-FORMER ECISD BUS DRIVER HAS BEEN ARRESTED IN CONNECTON TO POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY. ECISD ASSISTED THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY IN THEIR INVESTIGATION.

THE MAN INVOLVED WORKED FOR THE SCHOOL DISTRICT TWICE-AS A SUBSITUTE TEACHER DURING PART OF THE 2006 AND 2007 SCHOOL YEAR, AND AS AN ACTIVITY BUS DRIVE FOR FIELD TRIPS AND EXTRA CURRICULAR TRIPS BEGINNING IN 2013. BOTH TIMES HE WAS HIRED, THE DISTRICT COMPLETED ALL OF THE REQUIRED BACKGROUND CHECKS. ECISD RECEIVED NO COMPLAINTS OF THIS NATURE ABOUT THIS PERSON AT ANY TIME.

THIS IS DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(062519)-KEVIN A HERNANDEZ/DECEASED MALE AT 8TH & MACARTHER

ECTOR COUNTY/ODESSA, TEXAS/JUNE 25, 2019-ON MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 24TH AT APPROXIMATELY 8:10PM, A DEPUTY WAS ATTEMPTING TO CONDUCT A TRAFFIC STOP IN REFERENCE TO A WHITE CAMARO DRIVING RECKLESSLY. THE DRIVER REFUSED TO STOP AND DEPUTIES PURSUED THE CAMARO SOUTH ON METEOR CRATER ROAD. THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE LOST CONTROL AT THE CURVE AND ROLLED THE CAMARO.

THE DRIVER EXITED THE VEHICLE AND EVADED ON FOOT AND WAS CAUGHT BY DEPUTIES IN THE PASTURE A SHORT TIME LATER.

KEVIN A. HERNANDEZ, 18 YEARS OF AGE WAS ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH EVADING ARREST/DETENTION FELONY 3. HIS BOND IS SET AT $25 THOUSAND DOLLARS. HERNANDEZ IS STILL IN CUSTODY AT THE ECTOR COUNTY DENTENTION CENTER.

ON JUNE 24TH AT APPROXIMATELY 1:30AM, ODESSA POLICE AND ODESSA FIRE RESCUE RESPONDED TO 8TH AND MACARTHER IN REFERENCE TO A MEDICAL CALL.

A GMC SIERRA, OPERATED BY CESAR ALACON, 23 YEARS OF AGE , WAS TRAVELING IN THE 2300 BLOCK OF WEST 8TH. THE PASSENGER, LATER IDENTIFIED AS ABRAHAM MONTOYA, 23 YEARS OF AGE, OPENED THE PASSENGER DOOR AND FELL OUT OF THE VEHICLE.

MONTOYA SUSTAINED A HEAD INJURY AS ARESULT OF THE INCIDENT AND WAS TRANSPORTED TO MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITAL AND LATER PRONOUNCED DECEASED BY MEDICAL PERSONNEL. NEXT OF KIN WERE NOTIFIED AND THER WERE NO REPORTS OF ANY OTHER INJURIES.

NO FOUL PLAY IS SUSPECTED AND THE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(062419)-UTPB & FIRST FIVE KICK-OFF KINDER CAMP AT MILAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

ODESSA, TEXAS/JUNE 24, 2019-THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PERMIAN BASIN AND FIRST FIVE, BEGAN “KINDER CAMP” ON MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 24TH AT MILAM ELEMENTARY IN ODESSA. THIS WEEK LONG CAMP IS FOR CHILDREN ENTERING KINDERGARTEN THIS FALL.

(DR. DIANA RUIZ, DIRECTOR “FIRST FIVE/ASST. PROFESSOR-COLLEGE OF NURSING AT UTPB)

KINDER CAMP IS WILL FOCUSES ON PREPARING CHILDREN TO LEARN MATH, SCIENCE, READING AND ART IN A FUN, SUPPORTIVE AND SAFE ENVIRONMENT.

(DR. DIANA RUIZ, DIRECTOR “FIRST FIVE/ASST. PROFESSOR-COLLEGE OF NURSING AT UTPB)

STUDENTS THAT ARE TAKING EMERGENT LITERACY CLASSES AT UTPB ARE USING THE KINDER CAMP TO LEAN HOW TO DEVELOPE LESSON PLANS AND CREATE LEARNING ACTIVITES FORCHILDREN ATTENDING THE CAMP.

(TARA WILSON, ASST. PROFESSOR-UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PERMIAN BASIN)

THE HOME INTERVENTION FOR PARENTS OF PRESCHOOL YOUNGSTERS KNOWN AS “HIPPY” IS A PROGRAM THAT FOCUSES ON INTERVENING IN THE HOME, DOING VISITS TO HELP IMPORVE FAMILY ENGAGEMENTS, AND RELATIONSHIPS WITH MOM AND CHILD AND PREPARING CHILDREN FOR THEIR FIRST DAY IN KINDER.

(JORDAN SOSA, “HIPPY” NURSE COORDINATOR-SUPERVISOR, KINDER CAMP)

PARENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO HELP THEIR CHILDREN WITH THE LEARNING PROCESS BY TEACHING THEM BASIC SKILLS BEFORE GOING INTO KINDERGARTEN.

(ELIZABETH ACOSTA, SENIOR HOME VISITOR)

CHILDREN THAT ATTENDED THE CAMP ALL WEEK WILL RECEIVE A BACKPACK FILLED WITH SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND FIVE FREE BOOKS TO START THEIR OWN LIBRARY.

FOR DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS, DANNY BARRERA.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(062319)-BOMB THREAT / TXDPS REPORT FATAL CRASHES

ODESSA, TEXAS/JUNE 23, 2019-ON SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 22ND ODESSA POLICE RESPONDED TO A BOMB THREAT IN THE 1600 BLOCK OF NORTH COUNTY ROAD WEST. THE NORTHBOUND AND SOUTHBOUND LANES OF NORTH COUNTY ROAD WEST WERE CLOSED AND MOTORIST WERE ADVISED TO AVOID THE AREA. AT APPROXIMATELY 9:53PM THE SCENE WAS CLEARED AND THERE WAS NO THREAT TO THE AREA.

THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY REPORTED TWO FATAL CRASHES IN ANDREWS COUNTY AND TERRELL COUNTY.

ON JUNE 17TH AT 10:40 PM, A VEHICLE CRASH OCCURED ON U.S. HIGHWAY 90, 10 MILES EAST OF DRYDEN, TEXAS. A 2016 KENORTH TRUCK -TRACTOR TOWING A SEMI-TRAILER DRIVEN BY CAYETANO ECHEVARIA RAMIREZ, 60 YEARS OF AGE OF EL PASO, TEXAS WAS TRAVELING EAST ON U.S. HIGHWAY 90. THE 2016 KENWORTH TRUCK-TRACTOR CROSSED THE CENTER STRIP AND STRUCK A 2019 KENWORTH TRUCK -TRACTOR ALSO TOWING A SEMI-TRAILER, OPERATED BY HECTOR REYES-ACOSTA A 27 YEARS OF AGE OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO, WAS STRUCK HEAD-ON. BOTH VEHICLES CAUGHT ON FIRE. CAYETANO ECHEVARIA RAMIREZ AND HECTOR REYES ACOSTA WERE PRONOUNCED DECEASED ON SCENE BY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE SANTIAGO FLORES.

ON FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 21ST AT 4:14 AM A VEHICLE CRASH OCCURED ON FM 1788, 14 MILES SOUTHEAST OF ANDREWS, TEXAS. A 2011 TOYOTA TUNDDRA OPERATED BY EMILY R RAMPONE 35 YEARS OF AGE OF ANDREWS WAS TRAVELING NORTH ON FM 1788, AND FAILED TO MAINTAIN A SINGLE LANE AND COLLIEDE INTO A 2017 FORD F250 OPERATED BY ROBERT B. LONG, 24 YEARS OF AGE OF ANDREWS. EMILY RAMPONE THE DRIVER OF THE 2011 TOYOTA TUNDRA WAS PRONOUNCED DECEASED ON SCENE BY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE JANE BAEZA. ROBERT LONG WAS TRANPORTED TO MIDLAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL.

THIS IS DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(062019)-BURGARLY OF A VEHICLE & ANTHONY JOSEPH PADILLA ARRESTED

ODESSA, TEXAS/JUNE 20, 2019-ON JUNE 6TH, AN AUTO BURGLARY OCCURRED IN THE DOLLAR GENERAL PARKING LOT AT 4618 EAST UNIVERSITY. A TAN CHRYSLER 200 PULLED UP NEXT TO THE VICTIM’S VEHICLE AND AN UNKNOW MALE SUBJECT EXITED FROM THE PASSENGER SIDE, AND BURGLARIZED THE VICTIM’S VEHICLE AND TOOK A SMITH & WESSON 9MM THAT WAS LEFT INSIDE. ANYONE WITH INFORMATION IN REFERENCE T THE IDENTITY OF THE SUSPECT SHOW CONTACT DETECTIVE C. TITLOW AT 432-335-4964 OR ODESSA CRIME STOPPERS AT 432-333-TIPS AND REFERENCE CASE #19-22092. ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19TH AT APPROXIMATELY 1:14PM, OFFICERS RESPONDED TO CVS PHARMACY AT 100 EAST UNIVERSITY IN REFERENCE TO A DISTURBANCE. THE COMPLAINANT ADVISED THAT A MALE AND FEMALE WERE FIGHTING INSIDE THE STORE. UPON ARRIVAL, OFFICERS MADE CONTACT WITH A 17-YEAR-OLD FEMALE AND HER BOYFRIEND, IDENTIFIED AS ANTHONY JOSEPH PADILLA, 18 YEARS OF AGE. THE 17 YEAR OLD FEMALE WAS CRYING AND HAD BODILY INJURY ON HER RIGHT ARM. WHEN OFFICERS ASKED THE 17-YEAR OLD FEMALE ABOUT THE INJURIES, SHE ADVISED THAT SHE HAD BEEN ATTACKED BY A DOG IN THE ALLEY. PADILLA THEN ADVISED OFFICERS THAT THEY DIDN’T NEED ASSISTANCE AND BEGAN RUNNING OUT OF THE STORE. OFFICERS INSTRUCTED PADILLA TO STOP BUT HE IGNORED OFFICERS’ COMMANDS AND ENTERED A BLACK 2011 CHEVROLET SILVERADO. PADILLA THEN EVADED OFFICERS EASTBOUND AT A HIGH RATE OF SPEED BEFORE TURNING SOUTHBOUND ON JACKSON AND EASTBOUND ON 21ST STREET. PADILLA THEN TURNED SOUTH BOUND ON TOM GREEN BEFORE BEING STOPED BY OTHER OPD OFFICERS AT 7TH AND TOM GREEN. A 7 YEAR OLD MALE AND A 10 YEAR OLD MADE WERE LOCATED INSIDE OF THE LISTED VEHICLE. ODESSA POLICE ARRESTED ANTHONY JOSEPH PADILLA, 18 YEARS OF AGE FOR EVADING ARREST WITH A MOTOR VEHICLE “STATE JAIL FELONY”, TWO COUNTS OF ABANDONING OR ENDANGERING A CHILD STATE JAIL FELONY” AND EVADING ARREST OR DETENTION “CLASS A MISDEMEANOR”. THIS IS DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS.

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DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS(061919)-KENT KWIK AGGRAVATED ROBBERY ON ANDREWS HWY ODESSA

ON TUESDAY, JUNE 4TH, AT APPROXIMATELY 2:36AM, ODESSA POLICE RESPONDED TO THE KENT KWIK LOCATED AT 3722 ANDREWS HIGHWAY IN REFERENCE TO AN AGGRAVATED ROBBERY.

TWO MALES WALKED UP TO THE DRIVE-THRU WINDOW AND DEMANDED ALL OF THE MONEY FROM THE REGISTER WHILE POINTING A GUN AT THE CLERK. A THIRD MALE STOOD NEARBY AND SERVED AS A “LOOK OUT:. ALL THREE SUSPECTS THEN FLED THE SCENE WITH THE CASH AND WERE LAST SEEN RUNNING NORTHBOUND THROUGH THE ALLEY.

THE FIRST SUSPECT IS DESCRIBED AS A HISPANIC MALE WEARING A DARK HOODIE AND SHORTS, APPROXIMATELY 5’1″ TALL, WITH A WHITE SHIRT OVERING HIS FACE. THE SECOND SUSPECT IS DESCRIBED AS A WHITE MALE WEARING A BLACK AND GRAY HOODIE WITH SHORTS, APPROXIMATELY 5’4″ TALL, CARRYING A BLACK BACKPACK WITH WHITE POLKA DONTS. THERE IS VERY LITTLE INFORMATION ON THE DESCRIPTION OF THE THIRD SUSPECT.

ANYONE WHO RECOGNIZES THE SUSPECT SHOWN CONTACT DETECTIVE J. CAID AT 432-335-4943 OR ODESSA CRIME STOPPERS AT 432-333-TIPS AND REFERENCE CASE #19-21663.

THIS IS DRB MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS DIGITAL NEWS.

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