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PROTESTERS ARRESTED

On April 18, 2018 deputies with Constable Mark Herman’s Office responded to a business located in the 19000 block of Carrot Road in reference to three female activists protesting and blocking traffic.

Upon deputies arriving they identified the suspects as Shelby Gibbs, Victoria Botchett and Danielle Alexander. Witnesses stated that the suspects entered the complainant’s private property in an attempt to interrupt the business. Further investigation revealed that the suspects had been handled previously for the same issues at the business.

“Danielle Gibbs and Victoria Botchlett were arrested and booked into the Harris County jail, charged with Criminal Trespass. Their bonds are set at $500.00 out of the 6th District Court. Danielle Alexander was issued citations and instructed to leave the property.” – Constable Mark Herman

Botchlett

Name: Victoria Renee Botchlett

Date of Birth: 07/09/1998

Charge: Criminal Trespass

Bond: $500.00

Court: 6th District Court

Status: In Jail

 

 

Gibbs

Name: Shelby Danielle Gibbs

Date of Birth: 01/10/1993

Charge: Criminal Trespass

Bond: $500.00

Court: 6th District Court

Status: In Jail

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  1. michelle227

    Leave it to a sanctuary city court to dismiss the case. Alleged basis for dismissal was lack of probable cause. I call bull-manure. Blocking traffic and remaining on premises when you have been told to leave is not acceptable under ANY circumstance.

    Based on what is in the area from a maps.google streetview, it looks like this was a couple of disgruntled kids upset with a contractor. Carrot Road does not show up but a Carrot Street does (in Spring).

    They appear to be the typical entitled millennial that has no job and wants everyone to be inconvenienced until they kowtow to the libtard mindset. I say…good time for someone with a truck and a ranchhand bumper to clear the roadway. Don’t block the road and nothing happens to you…block the road and you can be a solution to the pothole problem.

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