In Custody

August 2012
East Bernard Express (TX);8/30/2012, Vol. 69 Issue 35, p9
The article offers information regarding various litigations such as assault charges, burglar charges and drug charges on several people of Texas including Thomas Joseph Munoz, Genoveva Palacios Kolachi and Clarence Deantrey Southall.


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