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Lewisville Police Arrest Murder Suspect in Memphis Tennessee Home Invasion Case

Local News, Notes and Events
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2014/6/10 17:10:00 (1560 reads)

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DeAngelo Antwann Howard, 29 (LPD photo)
Open in new windowWhen a local hotel noticed a man staying there under two different names, they got suspicious and called police, who determined the man is a suspect in a home invasion murder.

Lewisville Police Department reported that on Monday, June 2nd, they were contacted by a local hotel regarding a suspicious person. LPD Detective Scott Kelly was told that an individual had been staying at the hotel using at least two different names. Detectives Kelly and Henley, along with Officer Gehrke responded to the location to investigate the incident.

At that time, the suspect was not located, but officers examined a photocopy of the Texas driver's license he used to check in, and determined that the license was forged.

On June 3rd, Detectives Kelly and Henley, along with Officer Carlos Flores, responded back to the hotel, making contact with the suspect, who lied about his identity, providing the name and identifying information of an individual who was possibly deceased.

Detectives were able to learn the suspect’s true identity and that he was from the same city in Tennessee where the deceased person had lived. The suspect is DeAngelo Antwann Howard, 29. The suspect was initially arrested for forgery and fail to identify.

Detective Henley contacted the Memphis, Tennessee Police Department to inquire about the deceased individual. Memphis P.D. confirmed that the name and identity used by the suspect came back to an individual who died from wounds sustained during a home invasion robbery. Henley then added a charge of identity theft to the list of charges facing the suspect. On June 5th, the homicide detective from Memphis P.D. obtained a murder warrant for the arrest of the suspect.

Howard is being held in Denton County Jail in lieu of bond amounts totaling $550,000.

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Brave Combo Plays Free Concert Tuesday Night for Sounds of Lewisville

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Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2014/6/9 19:20:00 (572 reads)

Open in new windowBrave Combo will perform June 10 as the second act of the free “Sounds of Lewisville” outdoor concert series in historic Old Town Lewisville.

The series is held in the courtyard at Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater, 100 N. Charles Street, where the concerts have been held since 2011. When construction is completed on Old Town Park Plaza across the street from the art center, the concerts will move to the permanent stage and grass lawn in the new park.

A family favorite since 1991, the concerts start at 7 p.m. every Tuesday night in June and July. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs for their comfort. Well-behaved pets on a leash are allowed at the shows. Attendees can bring their own food and beverage, or purchase refreshments on site, but no outside alcohol is permitted. Concerts are presented by Lewisville Convention and Visitors Bureau with assistance from Parks and Leisure Services and the MCL Grand.

For the past three decades the Denton-based quintet Brave Combo has perfected a world music mix that includes salsa, meringue, rock, cumbia, conjunto, polka, zydeco, classical, cha cha, the blues and more.

Brave Combo’s catalog of recordings range from Japanese pop to Latin American dance tunes, to the orchestral classics to rock and roll at its finest. The band has recorded with the late Tiny Tim, and were the band Talking Head’s David Byrne chose for his wedding reception. The band has won two Grammy Awards and been nominated for its work seven times.

Intermission entertainment will feature The Alpine Dancers, showcasing dances and traditions of the alpine regions of Europe.

Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater, located at 100 N. Charles Street, is the premier public arts facility in Southern Denton County. The 40,000-square-foot facility features a 296-seat proscenium theater, black box theater, dance recital hall, art gallery, five art classrooms and a large courtyard. Medical Center of Lewisville has a multi-year agreement with the city for naming rights at the center.

For details about upcoming events, or rental information for the facility, please visit or call 972.219.8446.

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Sunday Night Update

Links, Thoughts, and Open Thread
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2014/6/8 19:03:53 (1441 reads)

Open in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowAll week at work, I have been on non-stop conference calls, to the point that my brains are just about to ooze out of my ears. This video pretty much sums up every single one of them.

It sure was nice this morning, sleeping in, then getting up to get coffee and seeing that it was raining. We had wanted to take the kayaks out this morning, but I’ll definitely take the rain.

As of this morning, Lewisville Lake was up about 0.05 inches to 514.10 feet ASL, or just shy of 8 feet low, where it has been hovering for months. The National Weather Service has not yet posted rain totals from this morning, but what we’ve seen so far is not going to make much difference. We sort of need a tropical storm to sweep over the gulf and park over North Texas for a few days if we hope to catch up. Dallas Water Utilities lakes are 28.8% depleted at this point, which is still well below the 50% depletion level that kicks in further conservation measures, but I am concerned about Super Summer.

Lewisville High School alumna Aubrey Butts was killed this past week in a car accident.

Lewisville police are changing their policy with regards to towing disabled vehicles on or near our highways, and it has logistic and financial implications for Lewisville’s motorists. The gist of it is that police will immediately try to move vehicles off the roadway after an accident, and vehicles left along roadways will be towed away much sooner than before. If you have to abandon your vehicle to get help, you’ll need to call Lewisville PD and advise them right away unless you want your car towed and impounded. We’re still researching that story and hope to bring you some additional facts and tips this week. You can read the basics in the Lewisville Leader.

Speaking of the police, The Lewisville Texan Journal congratulates Assistant Police Chief Jay Powell on his recent promotion from Captain to Assistant Chief.

The DFW Urban Wildlife blog has an article about a walk through LLELA (Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area).

Idiot Lewisville kid crashes after huffing air duster while driving.

Thieves were caught stealing used oil and grease.

Did you know that Lewisville posts food service inspection scores online for the public to review? Go to this page and search through the records to find your favorite restaurants and see how they scored.

More idiotic HOAs being idiotic. In case anyone still hasn’t heard, we’re in extreme drought.

Flower Mound Rotary awarded $35,000 to local charities.

Tyrone Negal Jenkins of Lewisville was found guilty on capital murder charges, and sentenced to life in prison for a 2011 murder. The original suspect that Lewisville police had arrested, Markell Hardy was found guilty last summer, and sentenced to 40 years in prison.

In Denton, the citizen-led initiative to ban “fracking” (hydraulic fracture stimulation of gas wells) continues to move forward, with the petitions having been accepted, and a public hearing scheduled. I will continue to assert that this is the kind of thing that will happen when local officials are tone-deaf to resident concerns and fail to act responsibly in regulating an industry that has the capability to cause environmental disasters and destroy neighborhoods. This is the backlash, and the pendulum swing. If this passes - which I suspect it will, it will cost Denton as well as the gas exploration companies a lot of legal fees before it is litigated.

Scientists who examined natural gas in a Parker County water well now say that tests prove the gas came from wells nearby that were hydraulically fractured. We originally thought the Fart Fairy was to blame for this. But then we heard some additional information that pointed more towards some old open-hold gas wells nearby in the Strawn formation. For now, we’ll have to defer to the views of science.

Dallas ISD coaches were caught in a recruiting scandal, and fired.

A computer programmer has come up with a solution to the problem of gerrymandering, turning the entire process over to an impartial algorithm.

America: What the hell is wrong with us? I have seen a lot of shameful articles, “news” stories, and Facebook posts over the past few days regarding the release of American prisoner or war, Bowe Bergdahl. Not only have the facts been misrepresented (primarily by Fox “News”), but faux patriots have been downright hateful, and some have even resorted to death threats. Some people need to stop and think about what it means to be an American, and what the central tenets of our justice system are. We don't need to make heroes, and we don't need to vilify. We have military courts and mental health professionals who will deal with the details. The hypocrisy is running strong with too many folks on this.

I’m not a fan of mixing politics with religion, because in my opinion, it corrupts them both. We have seen lately a problem with “fake Christians” who seem to view Christianity more as an identity rather than as the following of what Jesus Christ actually taught. And it seems the more vocal they are, the more fake they are. Hrafnkell Haraldsson goes into more detail in his column “The Problem of Fake Christians”. I couldn’t agree more.

Speaking of religion, Christianity is the top religion in each state by percentage, but did you know what the second one is? In Texas, it is Islam. Personally, I think this is BS, since people self-classify as an identity based more on their tradition and upbringing than the actual tenets of their religion’s teachings. I’d like to see this redone with new categories of “spiritual”, “atheist”, and “heathen” added. I suspect you’d see a different result, and in some states, Christianity probably would not be on top.

Speaking of Islam, in Keller, bigoted school board member Jo Lynn Haussmann lashed out like an illiterate two-year-old at a newly-elected Southlake City Council member who happens to be Muslim, and ended up having to make a public apology. It’s not enough. Bigots like that have no business representing the people and conducting the people’s business. She needs to resign, and seek some psychiatric help.

Holy crap! Hide your wife, hide your kids! There are Democrats in Flower Mound! It seems that Flower Mound Mayor Tom Hayden made some comments on Facebook that basically implied that all Democrats are “immigrants” from other states, and that Texans should be careful. The backlash was covered by the local NBC affiliate, and has resulted in the Flower Mound Democrats congealing into an organized Facebook social group with more than 200 members joining in the past few days. The group is secret, so if you want to join, you will have to find someone to invite you. You might reach out to the group’s organizer, Kris Williams Thompson, who had this to say: “we really do accept anyone, but we will not tolerate drama in the group. The page is more about having fun together as like minded individuals than politics, although we do discuss politics as well.”

We’re still trying to get our hands on the final version of the 2014 Texas Republican Party platform, but here’s an early look at the more controversial planks. You know, I think it used to be that the Republican party valued facts, and a reality-based approach to things, but first the neo-cons, then the Tea Party have dragged them into a place where every new iteration is now a caricature of what it was the year before.

Rick Perry’s Texas legacy is unraveling.

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Man Arrested on Child Porn Charges After Wife Alerts Police

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Posted by WhosPlayin on 2014/6/6 17:41:15 (1040 reads)

Open in new windowLewisville Police reported that on April 5th, they were dispatched to contact a woman about some inappropriate pictures she had found on her husband's computer.

Officer George Nichols contacted the woman who advised that she was reviewing some information on the computer and that she ran across a folder that contained pictures of what she thought were females who are under the age of 18. The girls were in various stages of dress and undress. She showed Officer Nichols some of the pictures that she had reviewed, and voluntarily gave the computer to Officer Nichols who secured it in the property and evidence room at the Lewisville Police Department.

The report was then assigned to Detective Lee Noble for follow-up investigation. Detective Noble secured a search warrant for the computer and a forensic analysis was performed on it, which found approximately 21,000 pictures and videos of child pornography.

Detective Noble secured an arrest warrant for the man and he was arrested on May 27th, but is currently out of jail, having posted a $50,000 bond.

The Lewisville Texan Journal does not have the name of the suspect, but will update the story if more information is released.

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Another Drowning on Lewisville Lake

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Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2014/6/1 18:30:00 (1730 reads)

Open in new windowLewisville Fire Department responded to another drowning in Lewisville Lake Sunday. According to Fire Chief Tim Tittle, the 911 call was received about 3:30 for a man that had gone under in "Party Cove". Party Cove is a place where boats congregate between Westlake Park and the old Garza Little Elm dam.

Using sonar, LFD's Boat 9 found the body at about the one hour mark, and divers recovered it at 4:43.

The victim was described as a white male, but no name or age had been released. Tittle said the man was there with other people, and was not wearing a life jacket.

Update - 6/2/2014 - 1:19 a.m. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's office has identified the drowned man as Michael Collins, 43, of The Colony.

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2014 NTDR Roller Derby Videos

Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2014/5/31 16:33:54 (494 reads)

Open in new windowWe've been a bit behind on posting videos from the North Texas Derby Revolution home bouts, which we committed to videotape this year.

Here are the videos from the 2014 season, posted in reverse-chronological order:

4/26/2014 - Hickory Street Hooligans vs Muertas Locas
(Stay tuned - coming soon)
Final Score: 136-115 - Hickory Street Hooligans

4/26/2014 - Elm Street Nightmares vs Main Street Mafia

Final Score: 270-72 - Main Street Mafia

3/29/2014 - Main Street Mafia vs. The Trauma Queens

Final Score: 274-124 - Main Street Mafia

3/29/2014 - Hickory Street Hooligans vs Elm Street Nightmares

Final Score: 290-37 - Hickory Street Hooligans

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Saturday Morning Update

Links, Thoughts, and Open Thread
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2014/5/31 11:35:02 (689 reads)

Open in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowSo far this year, the DFW area has received 7.32 inches of rainfall. The normal amount of rainfall by this time of year is 16.09 inches, which puts us down 8.77 inches below normal for this year. Before we even started this year, we were 3 inches below normal in rainfall and about 8 feet below conservation pool in the lake. Lewisville Lake has hovered right around 514.22 feet elevation, or just about 8 feet low for weeks now, with recent rains barely registering a blip. The overall depletion rate of Dallas Water Utilities’ reservoirs is 28.10%. Stage 2 water emergency kicks in when that depletion rate hits 50%. Most of Lewisville remains in extreme or severe drought, and water conservation measures are now mandatory year round in the Stage 1 water watch.

Want to be a boater, but don’t want the hassle of maintaining, hauling, launching, and docking one? The Nautical Boat Club is a country club for boats; pay a one-time fee of $995 and membership dues of $195 a month, and drive what you want from the club’s fleet. Sounds like a bargain to me. One day when I no longer have to feed teenagers, we might have to do this.

Unfortunately we did have a drowning at Lewisville Lake over Memorial Day weekend. The Lewisville Texan Journal strongly urges all of our readers to wear life jackets on their bodies at all times when in a lake or river.

Cattle Drive Parade returns to Western Days 2014
Officials announced this week that the 2014 Western Days festival in historic Old Town Lewisville will feature the return of the Cattle Drive Parade, which was temporarily suspended after the 2010 event. Parade applications are available through the event website,

Western Days is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Sept. 26-27. The annual event will feature the best of Texas country music and a variety of local performers on four stages, gunfight re-enactments, trick ropers, cooking and grilling demonstrations, car and boat shows, the 10th annual World Tamale Eating Championship, a stickhorse rodeo for kids, and a special exhibit of Western art at the city-operated Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theater.

The parade will start at 11:30 a.m. and will run down Main and Mill streets, with a herd of 30 longhorn cattle leading the way. The parade was a popular part of the Western Days festival from 2004 through 2010, when it was suspended to create room for additional vendors and other festival activities. Old Town Park Plaza, currently under construction across the street from City Hall in the heart of Old Town Lewisville, will be open in time for this year's festival. Some festival activities will be moved into the new park, which will allow the return of the Main Street parade.

Robert Earl Keen has announced that he will play in Lewisville on September 26th.

Miscellaneous Links
The City of Lewisville starts the new once-weekly garbage collection in August. Delivery of the new carts is scheduled for July. Routes and schedules have not yet been determined.

USA Landscape Photographer of the Year is from Lewisville: Nagesh Mahadev.

Lewisville High School has 46 summer camps.

Lewisville City Council meeting video.

Despite the BS you may have seen on CNN’s user-reported news section, the Earth is not at great risk of being hit by an asteroid in our lifetimes.

Racist housing policy.

Debtors prisons are not supposed to be a thing in the United States, but for many, that is the reality.

Republican Lt. Governor nominee Dan Patrick got the votes of only 3.4% of Texans. Low voter turnout, and a flawed partisan ballot access system is why we get extremist candidates.

Dallas Morning News’ Steve Blow says the real winners of the GOP primary were the Democrats. It’s doubtful that swings this upcoming election, but we think it may hasten the inevitable red to purple to blue transition for Texas.

Lewisville Police Chief’s weekly update

A Lewisville couple were sentenced on tax fraud charges.

Among the top things to do this summer: The Best Little Brewfest in Texas - June 21st.

Five things to get ready for storm season.

Honor your child’s favorite teacher and help them earn a $250 grant for their classroom.

Lakeland Elementary School students enjoy a community garden.

The Killdares at Keeping Tradition Alive

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LLELA Nature Preserve offers June activities

Lewisville Area Calendar and Events
Posted by WhosPlayin on 2014/5/31 10:30:58 (517 reads)

Open in new windowOpen in new windowLewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area Nature Preserve (entrance at the corner of Kealy and Jones Streets, just South of the dam) is 2,000 acres of prairies, forests, and wetlands managed as a nature preserve by a group of agencies including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the University of North Texas, the City of Lewisville, Lewisville ISD and Texas A&M Extension. LLELA is open to the public every Friday, Saturday and Sunday for fishing, hiking, camping, bird watching, kayaking/canoeing, picnicking and other outdoor activities. Learn more at or by calling 972.219.3930.

Spend the morning with the birds: June 14, 7:30 a.m. Bird watchers of all skill levels are welcome to join Keith Lockhart at 7:30 a.m. as he guides visitors to prime birding locations along LLELA’s nature trails. For ages 10 and up, cost is $7/person.

Nature Walk: June 14, 10 a.m. Join LLELA for the monthly naturalist-led nature walk. The hike will last about two hours. There is no additional fee for this activity beyond regular admission to LLELA ($5/person; children age 5 years and under free).

Take a night hike: June 13, 8:30-10:30 p.m. LLELA trail guides lead a twilight/moonlight stroll down the Redbud Trail. Howling coyotes, hooting owls and other nocturnal sounds will provide an out-of-the-ordinary hiking experience. No flashlights are necessary. Cost is $10/person, for ages 5 and up. Registration is required at 972.219.3930 or

Open House at the Minor-Porter Log House: June 21, Noon to 3 p.m. Completely restored and furnished with all the trappings of everyday frontier life, the log house gives visitors to LLELA a window on life in Denton County in 1869. Interested visitors of all ages are welcome to arrive at any time during the open hours and tour at their own pace. Knowledgeable volunteers will guide visitors through the structures and answer questions in this informal tour. Cost: regular admission ($5/person; children age 5 years and under free).

Stars on the Prairie: June 20, 8-10 p.m. Join LLELA for a fascinating evening in exploring the wonders of the night sky with Clyde Camp, Master Naturalist and amateur astronomer (over 30 years of experience). For ages 5 and up, cost is $10/person. Registration is required at 972.219.3930 or

From a submitted report

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Keep Lewisville Beautiful Seeks Yard of the Month Nominations

Keep Lewisville Beautiful
Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2014/5/31 10:00:00 (401 reads)

Open in new windowKeep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB) recognizes one residential and one business each month from May through October for the “Yard of the Month”. Signs designating the winners will be proudly displayed for all to see. KLB is looking for Yard of the Month nominations. If you or your neighbors have a beautiful yard or you know of a business that shows pride in their property please let Keep Lewisville Beautiful know about it! Please identify the nominee’s address only. The person’s name and phone number making the nomination is optional.

All nominations must be in by the 5th of each month. Photos of each property will be displayed on our website by the 15th of each month for your viewing pleasure and voting. Please submit your votes by email, fax, or phone from the 15th of each month to the last day of the month. All winners will be posted on our website at the beginning of each month. Keep an eye out the following week for a press release with the winners named.

Keep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB), a major environmental organization in Lewisville, is committed to engaging the citizens of Lewisville through service and education enhance their community environment. KLB is looking for businesses, organizations, or individuals who wish to become a partner or volunteer and help to carry out the mission of KLB. For more information, call 972-538-5949 or visit our website at KLB has been an affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful since 1988.

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LISD Superintendent Dr. Waddell Joins Chorus of Superintendents Downplaying STAAR Importance

Lewisville ISD Notes
Posted by LewisvilleTexan on 2014/5/27 23:19:11 (545 reads)
Lewisville ISD Notes

This afternoon, Dr. Stephen Waddell, Superintendent of Schools for Lewisville ISD became the latest superintendent to write an open letter to parents downplaying the importance of the State of Texas high-stakes standardized tests as a measure of student achievement.

Here is the text of his letter:

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