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‘Go Topless’ Jeep Weekend causes over 100 arrests, deputy hospitalized

This year’s annual “go topless” Jeep weekend in Texas resulted in more than 100 arrests and dozens of people, including a sheriff’s deputy, sent to the hospital during the event attended by tens of thousands.  More than 80,000 revelers attended the weekend-long event for Jeep enthusiasts at Crystal Beach on the Bolivar Peninsula, a popular beach destination in Galveston County, Texas.  Galveston County Sheriff Henry Trochesset told FOX 26 Houston that more than 100 people were arrested over the weekend, as deputies responded to multiple assaults, fights and DWIs.  One of his deputies, identified as Sgt. John Hamm, was responding to a crash around 1:30 a.m....
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More than 100 arrests made on Bolivar Peninsula this weekend

BOLIVAR PENINSULA, Texas — A Galveston County Sheriff's Office deputy was among eight people airlifted to the hospital this weekend, according to reports. Another 30 people were transported by ambulance. The annual Go Topless Jeep Weekend took place Saturday at Crystal Beach on Bolivar Peninsula. The event usually leads...
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Man arrested after allegedly hitting Galveston Co. Sheriff’s deputy with vehicle during ‘chaotic’ Jeep Weekend, officials say

HOUSTON – A man has been arrested and charged after a Galveston County Sheriff’s Office deputy was injured at Galveston’s Jeep Weekend at Crystal Beach Sunday morning, according to Sheriff Henry Trouchesset. Deputies said a vehicle driven by 22-year-old Darius Danzell Gilbert struck the deputy Sgt. John...
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AMBER Alert: 2-year-old boy missing from Houston area FOUND SAFE

A 2 year-old little boy is missing from the Houston area, and police believe that he’s in grave danger. La Marque, Texas, authorities are searching for Hailey Richter, 18, and Zikeyas McCullum, 21, in connection with Mark Leeson, a young boy that went missing on Thursday near Galveston County, around 40 miles from Houston.
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