The Darsch Report: Oct. 21- 27

40 Arrested in Bexar County as Part of Nationwide Roundup As part of a nationwide roundup, forty fugitives wanted on misdemeanor or felony family violence warrants were arrested on Wednesday. The roundup was part of the 17th Annual National Family Violence Apprehension warrant roundup in which the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office participated. “This is the […]

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The Darsch Report: Sept. 2 – 8

San Antonio’s Hoarding Task Force In San Antonio, all four fire deaths this year have involved hoarding, something that the San Antonio Fire Department plans to tackle. During a recent budget meeting with the city council members, San Antonio Fire Chief Charles Hood announced that the SAFD is working with other city departments to form […]

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Smoke Bomb Forces UT-YCT Chapter to Relocate Event

On April 29 the Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) at the University of Texas at Austin (UT) held an event which was disrupted by an unknown person who set off a smoke bomb outside of the lecture hall and forced an evacuation of the building after someone pulled the fire alarm. This event featured Ryan […]

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The Darsch Report: April 1 – 7

San Antonio Baby With No Skin A San Antonio baby that was born without any skin from the neck down will begin to receive treatment sometime next week at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston. The child, Ja’bari Gray, was born to 25-year-old Priscilla Maldonado on Jan 1, 2019, after what seemed to be a normal […]

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The Darsch Report: March 25 – 31

US Marshall Arrested in San Antonio On Saturday, March 30, US Marshal Reynaldo Chavera was charged with drug possession following an arrest Saturday morning outside a San Antonio strip club. Bexar County booking records show he has been charged with possession of less than one gram of a controlled substance under “penalty group one” of […]

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The Darsch Report: March 18 – 24

Chick-Fil-A Banned from San Antonio Airport On Thursday, March 21, the San Antonio City Council approved and amended a seven-year concessions agreement for new restaurants and businesses in Terminal A of the Texas airport with Paradies Lagardère, a travel retailer and restaurateur that works with more than 100 airports. The amended plan bars Chick-Fil-A from […]

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The Darsch Report: Mar. 4 – 10

San Antonio Activist Found Guilty of Disorderly Conduct On Tuesday Mar. 5, Jesus Padilla, also known as “Mexican Padilla” on Youtube, was convicted on three counts of disorderly conduct and issued a fine of $1,713. Padilla is a member of the “First Amendment Auditors,” which records police and government workers to test the limits of […]

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The Darsch Report: Feb. 25 – Mar. 3

Physicians vs Homeland Security Immigration advocates say they’ve noticed more infants under the age of 1, most of them sick, are being held at Dilley’s family detention center. Eleven mothers with babies ranging from 5 to 11 months old have arrived at the South Texas Family Residential Center since last week, according to the Dilley […]

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The Darsch Report: Feb. 18 – 24

Cargo Plane Crash On Saturday, Feb. 24, a twin-engine cargo plane carrying three people crashed into Trinity Bay near Houston. The Boeing 767-300 plane, operated by Atlas Air Inc., originated from Miami International Airport and lost radio contact approximately 30 miles southeast of Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport. As of Sunday, two of the bodies […]

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