This is what is wrong with these Democrat judges in Harris County.
A man is free on two misdemeanor bonds for carrying a weapon and drug possession.
While free on those bonds, he’s arrested for the murder of a 42-year-old man.
Just a day after his arrest on the murder charge, he’s granted low bond of just $100,000 by 262nd Criminal District Court Judge Lori Chambers Gray.
Yesterday as po-po tried to arrest him, he pulled a gun on them and was permanently rehabilitated.
“during the September shooting, officers were called to a shooting and found 42-year-old Nolberto Lopez dead in the back seat of a pickup truck.
Investigators say witnesses in the truck told officers they left a gas station on East Mount Houston Road at Suburban Drive and were followed.
Police say the front seat passenger of a white, four-door Toyota fired several shots at Lopez near the above address and then fled the scene.
Rodriguez was identified as the suspect and arrested on Sept. 30. He was released on bond on Oct. 1, 2021.
This week, court documents show Rodriguez moved out of his dad’s home Monday night. The next day, Tuesday, his dad files with the court to be removed as a co-signer to his bond because he could, “no longer guarantee Rodriguez’s appearance in court and wishes to be relieved from liability.”
“His dad didn’t feel like he could provide enough oversight, so he asked to be removed from the bond,” said Pasadena Police Chief Josh Bruegger.
Yesterday, members of the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force were attempting to apprehend Rodriguez at an Express Inn located in the 16600 block of the North Freeway when they say he pulled a gun. Two members of the team fired, killing him."