One cannot say the IRS scam is back, as it never left. Scammers remain where the pickings continue to be good. Apparently there are those among us who are ripe to be plucked.
Police are looking for the person who robbed a dry cleaning business June 30, according to a Harker Heights Police Department news release.
If it’s true that excitement makes the heart beat faster, which increases circulation and makes one healthier, some Harker Heights, Killeen and Belton police officers and some Bell County deputies are more fit than usual after a May 24 incident, during which a Fort Hood soldier was found pas…
During my early years in law enforcement, it was the general consensus of the law enforcement community that criminals were not very smart.
Killeen police have made two major methamphetamine busts in a less than a week.
There are those among us who do not believe prison sentences for criminals serve any useful purpose.
As one drives around Harker Heights these days, the blue and white Neighborhood Watch signs are no longer as prevalent as they once were. In fact, there are precious few, if any, left.
The illegal drug trade is alive and well in Central Texas. While this is an unfortunate situation, it’s a fact of life and one we live with every day.
Bullying continues to be a problem at all grade levels of the Killeen Independent School District, including the schools located in Harker Heights.
It doesn’t matter what make and model car or truck you drive, all vehicles are a potential target of theft.
Following a trial that began Feb 1 in Bell County district court, Keevin Deshawn Byrd, 23, of Killeen was found guilty of manslaughter by a Bell County jury on Feb 3, and was sentenced to eight years in prison
Driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Texas is not a moving vehicle infraction; it is a crime under Texas penal Code 49.04, punishable by severe penalties.
The have been a number of heated debates in various states throughout the nation on the subject of decriminalization of marijuana at the user level. Indeed, some states have legalized it despite the federal ban.
In the United States, a property crime occurs every 3 seconds. Even in light of there being more than 321.4 million living souls in the United States as of last July, a property crime every 3 seconds is still an alarming number in this category of crime.
Harker Heights police are still working to identify two men involved in the Dec 28 shooting of a Heights man.
I love it when a plan comes together. What plan? The plan the police have for apprehending anyone who chooses to flee in an effort to evade arrest or detention.
You’ll find holiday season crime prevention assistance already in place.
The recent National Night Out and associated block parties gave residents an opportunity to meet and greet not only Heights police personnel, but neighbors as well. Hopefully these new ties will continue to grow and flourish.
A Nolanville woman was sentenced to 10 years of deferred adjudication probation in Judge John Gauntt’s 27th District Court for her participation in the July 2 burglary of a Nolanville residence.
The cities of Harker Heights and Nolanville plan to participate in the 32nd National Night Out on Oct 5.
A Mexican man was arraigned on a charge of indecency with a child by contact after he was arrested for accosting a young Harker Heights girl Aug 29.
After almost five years on the run from authorities after being convicted of sexually assaulting an 11-year old boy, a man formerly of Harker Heights finally received his just due on being sentenced to a lengthy prison term on Aug 19.
Readers of the Killeen Daily Herald and the Harker Heights Herald weekly publication might remember the April 21 incident, during which a man was accused of exposing himself to a teenage girl as he sat in his car.
A Heights man was arrested Aug. 1 and charged with possession of methamphetamine.
Killeen police arrested a wanted fugitive July 29 following a traffic stop near the intersection of Harbour Avenue and 10th Street in Killeen.
Heights police continue to search for multiple suspects in the robberies of two Harker Heights convenience stores that occurred late Sunday night and early Monday morning.
With the summer season fully engaged, many among us have planned or are planning a vacation getaway.
The fact that residential burglaries are a concern to homeowners and law enforcement entities nationally goes without saying. Harker Heights is no exception.
Harker Heights police said a city resident narrowly escaped unharmed after a would-be burglar fired shots at the homeowner inside the home in the 100 block of Wren Drive.
An autopsy conducted by the Southwest Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas, confirmed that the suspicious death of a Heights woman died from a gunshot wound to the chest.