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Police: Dallas officer arrested, charged with felony family violence assault


A rookie Dallas officer was arrested Thursday and charged with felony domestic violence assault, police said.

Police say they responded to an injured person call at Methodist Charlton Medical Center. The female victim told police that she and Officer Julian Harris, 27, had an argument that turned into a physical fight at Harris’s Dallas apartment.

Harris, who was hired in June 2013, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, a second-degree felony. He is currently in Dallas County jail in lieu of $25,000 bail.

If he does bond out, detectives have filed an emergency protective order against him to keep him away from the woman.

Harris has been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation. He was a South Central patrol officer.

This post will be updated as more information is provided.

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Denton County man pleads guilty to scamming IRS after police stop limo, uncover fraud scheme


Staff writer Leah Johnson reports:

A Denton County man has pleaded guilty to scamming the IRS by filing fraudulent tax returns to obtain refunds.

Roberto Boris Fernandez admitted to one count of conspiracy to commit theft of public funds and one count of aggravated identify theft, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.

The crime was uncovered in January 2012 when Little Elm police stopped Fernandez tooling around in a limo to collect cash from the scheme.

He was pulled over for a traffic violation, but when officers searched the limo they found stolen names and Social Security information, along with several TurboTax envelopes, debit cards and dates when refunds were expected.

According to the Department of Justice, Fernandez and others hatched a plot to steal tax refunds by electronically filing fraudulent returns with the stolen identities.

The returns directed the IRS to deposit the refunds on debit cards that were mailed to co-conspirators’ addresses.

The IRS Criminal Investigation unit identified 84 fraudulent income tax returns for the 2011 tax year with refund claims totaling more than $435,000 that were associated with the debit cards and identifying information in a backpack found in the limo.

Fernandez faces up to seven years in prison and $500,000 in fines when he’s sentenced in March.

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American Built Arms Company Motivates Facebook Fans

Thursday, November 20, 2014


Glen Rock, Pa. (November 2014)American Built Arms Company (A*B Arms), a Veteran-owned, Type 07 FFL manufacturer of firearms and firearms parts and accessories, has created two ongoing programs to motivate and engage their Facebook fans at

Every Wednesday, A*B Arms offers a unique “Midweek Motivation!” post designed to inspire fans with positive and patriotic quotes from presidents, generals, philosophers and game-changers. The motivational quote accompanies an image of Unites States troops and other military themes engaged in the preservation of our freedoms.

Every other Friday, a Facebook Fan is randomly chosen from their Free “T” Friday promotion. Fans “like” the A*B Arms Facebook Page, share the “T” Friday photo and tag a friend in the comments section for a chance to win  the A*B Arms T-shirt featuring “Betty” on the back.

Visit and “like” A*B Arms on Facebook at to participate in these and other future promotions.
For more information on American Built Arms Company, their products or programs for manufacturers, distributors and dealers visit, Follow A*B Arms on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.

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