November 1, 2016
HPD Evidence May Be Water Damaged

In October, reports have stated a sprinkler was set off in the freezer of the Houston Police Department’s property room. Property rooms are used by law enforcement to protect and store important evidence. The freezer in particular is used to hold valuable biological and toxicological evidence such as DWI tests. Now, officers are working to […]

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October 19, 2016
HPD Sprinkler Damaged 15,000 Pieces of Evidence

The Houston Police Department is facing another dilemma after a sprinkler mishap has caused nearly 15,000 pieces to be reexamined for water damage. This is just after more than 100 cases were dismissed after evidence was found to be destroyed in Precinct 4. HPD officials are looking into the sprinkler malfunction but hasn’t found any […]

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October 12, 2016
Sprinkler Mishap May Have Jeopardized 4,000 Cases

Reports have indicated a sprinkler malfunction may have endangered evidence connected to more than 4,000 cases. The sprinkler went off on unexpectedly in the freezer on Tuesday, which contained mostly biological and toxicological evidence. Most of evidence associated is connected to DWI cases. There aren’t any exact numbers yet, but sources say approximately 15,000 pieces […]

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