DOJ warns of telephone scam

first_imgLocal NewsCrime By admin – January 23, 2018 Pinterest Twitter Facebook Pinterest DOJ warns of telephone scam There are several nationwide imposter scams involving individuals claiming to be U.S. marshals, court officers or other law enforcement officials, a U.S. Department of Justice news release said Tuesday.U.S. Marshals are urging the public to report these calls to both their local U.S. Marshals Services Office and the Federal Trade Commission, which can detect patterns of fraud from the information gathered and share that data with law enforcement.The Western District of Texas-Midland Division of the U.S. Marshals Service can be reached at 432-686-4100.During these calls, the release said, scammers attempt to collect a fine in lieu of arrest for failing to report for jury duty or other offenses, and tell victims they can avoid arrest by purchasing a prepaid debit card, such as a gift card, and read the card number over the phone to pay the fine.The release warned that these scammers use tactics such as providing badge numbers, names of actual law enforcement officials and judges, and courthouse addresses to sound credible, and may also spoof their phone numbers to appear as if they are calling from the court or a government agency on caller ID.U.S. Marshals will never ask for any credit card numbers, wire transfers or bank routing numbers for any purpose, the release said.Anyone who believes they may have been a victim of such a scam is encouraged to report the incident to their local U.S. Marshals Service office and to the FTC at InformationClick here to report a scam incident to your local U.S. Marshals Service office. Facebook Previous articleMan charged with assaulting girlfriendNext article68-year-old woman charged with burglary admin WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more

UTPB sets variety of music events, audition day

first_imgLocal NewsEducation UTPB sets variety of music events, audition day Twitter Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Facebook utpb logo words OR USE THIS ONE A number of University of Texas of the Permian Basin musical events are coming up, including an opera and audition day for students interested in admission to the music program.The University Choir has been asked to be the chorus for the Permian Basin Opera Company’s production of “Tosca,” set for 7:30 p.m. today at the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center.About 30 UTPB students and 10 to 12 high school students will take part, Director of Choral and Vocal Studies Frank Eychaner said.Eychaner said this is the first time UTPB singers have been asked to collaborate.“Our folks in March learned all the choruses. Then we started rehearsing with the professional staff they bought in. The students are really enjoying working with Rolando Salazar, who is the music director. They are, of course, enjoying singing with the professional actors singers that they brought in,” Eychaner said.A Jazz Ensemble contest is set for 4 p.m. April 22 in Rea-Greathouse Hall. The String Quartet concert is at 7 p.m. April 23, also in Rea-Greathouse Hall; and a Brass and Woodwind Ensemble Concert is set for 7 p.m. April 30 in Rea-Greathouse Hall, which is in the Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center.Associate Professor of Music and Music Coordinator Dan Keast said Audition Day is coming up April 28.“Most universities have an audition day, or three or four in the spring where they have interested students come to the campus, meet the faculty, tour the facility and they play an audition to see if they can get into the school and/or a scholarship,” Keast said.UTPB tried audition days last year, but had individualized try-outs for some years before that, he said.Keast said individual appointments will be set up for students to perform for faculty.Students will sing for Eychaner.“We want to make sure they get a chance to hang out on our stage. I know that one of my strengths out here at UTPB is that stage. It’s one of the greatest acoustical environments on the planet,” Keast said.There’s also the star power of knowing they’re standing in the same place as big stars like Willie Nelson or Santana.“They get on that stage and instantly they understand that UT Permian Basin is about business. They’ve got the real deal they’ve got this stage. I always include a facility tour besides the audition. The other thing I like to do is make sure they get a free lesson from our faculty,” Keast said.This is important because it lets Keast know if the faculty member they learned from can teach them something, whether the student can see themselves learning with that faculty member for an extended period; and then he can talk about scholarships with them.“I’m looking for teachability. If I have a student come in here that’s not teachable, it’s going to be a rough ride,” Keast said.More Informationcenter_img By admin – April 20, 2018  UTPB Scholarship, Music Audition Application. Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleCarlsbad Caverns warns of extreme fire dangerNext articleDAILY OIL PRICE: April 20 adminlast_img read more

Nader Soudah of Composable Disaggregated Infrastructure Provider Liqid Recognized as 2021 CRN® Channel Chief

first_img Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 Facebook Nader Soudah of Composable Disaggregated Infrastructure Provider Liqid Recognized as 2021 CRN® Channel Chief WhatsApp Pinterest WhatsApp Facebookcenter_img TAGS  BROOMFIELD, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– Liqid, provider of the world’s most comprehensive composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI) platform, today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Nader Soudah, Vice President, Channel, to its 2021 list of Channel Chiefs. The prestigious CRN ® Channel Chiefs list, released annually, recognizes leading IT channel vendor executives who continually demonstrate outstanding leadership, influence, innovation, and growth. Soudah is a well respected leader in the IT channel community, with more than 20 years experience growing sales by developing and implementing channel programs for software and systems companies. Soudah joined Liqid in early 2020, where he has driven Liqid’s integrated channel strategy and worked closely with regional sales teams and value added resellers (VARs) to bring Liqid’s groundbreaking composable disaggregated infrastructure solutions into the data center mainstream. Under Soudah’s guidance, Liqid’s channel partner program now includes dozens of resellers worldwide. “I am honored to be recognized as a Channel Chief by The Channel Company and CRN’s editorial board, and I’m proud of the Liqid team’s work to expand our channel partner program, and bring Liqid’s award-winning CDI platform to our partners’ end customers around the globe,” said Soudah. “As their data center clients address the rapidly changing performance requirements associated with artificial intelligence applications, our partners are excited to be able to offer a cost-effective way to disaggregate, pool and deploy accelerator resources at large scale via software to create dynamically configurable, bare-metal servers for uneven AI calculations.” The 2021 Channel Chiefs are prominent leaders who have influenced the IT channel with cutting-edge strategies, programs and partnerships. All honorees are selected by CRN’s editorial staff based on their dedication, industry prestige, and exceptional accomplishments as channel advocates. “CRN’s 2021 Channel Chiefs list includes the industry’s biggest channel evangelists, a group of individuals who work tirelessly on behalf of their partners and drive growth through the development of strong partner programs and innovative business strategies that help bring business-critical solutions to market,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company. “The Channel Company is proud to recognize these channel influencers and looks forward to following their continued success.” CRN’s 2021 Channel Chiefs list will be featured in the February 2021 issue of CRN ® Magazine and online at Liqid’s partner program offers lucrative margins with substantial registration process protections when compared to traditional server sales. Learn more about Liqid’s approach to composable disaggregated infrastructure in this technical white paper from the Evaluator Group. Prepare customer data centers for continued success in the age of AI. About Liqid Liqid provides the world’s most-comprehensive software-defined composable infrastructure platform. The Liqid Composable platform empowers users to manage, scale, and configure physical, bare-metal server systems in seconds and then reallocate core data center devices on-demand as workflows and business needs evolve. Liqid Command Center software enables users to dynamically right size their IT resources on the fly. For more information, contact [email protected] or visit Follow Liqid on Twitter and LinkedIn. About The Channel Company The Channel Company enables breakthrough IT channel performance with our dominant media, engaging events, expert consulting and education, and innovative marketing services and platforms. As the channel catalyst, we connect and empower technology suppliers, solution providers and end users. Backed by more than 30 years of unequalled channel experience, we draw from our deep knowledge to envision innovative new solutions for ever-evolving challenges in the technology marketplace. Follow The Channel Company:Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. © 2021. CRN is a registered trademark of The Channel Company, LLC. All rights reserved. View source version on CONTACT: LIQID CONTACT Robert Brumfield Sr. Director, Global Communications 917 224 7769 [email protected] CHANNEL COMPANY CONTACT Jennifer Hogan The Channel Company [email protected] KEYWORD: COLORADO UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY OTHER TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE NETWORKS INTERNET HARDWARE SOURCE: Liqid Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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Highview Capital Acquires Randall Farms

first_img Facebook Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 TAGS  Pinterest Pinterest Highview Capital Acquires Randall Farms WhatsAppcenter_img Local NewsBusiness WhatsApp LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– Highview Capital, LLC (“Highview”) today announced its acquisition of Randall Farms (“the Company”), a leading provider of fresh poultry and meat products. The Company partners with grocery customers to provide all types of processed and value-added meats, including a variety of fresh prepared meals and marinated, ready-to-cook offerings. Highview purchased the business from the family of Stan Bloom, whose father, Sid founded the business. “My family founded Randall Farms in 1952 as a small poultry farm raising chickens to sell to local supermarkets,” said Mr. Bloom. “I’m so proud of all of our team’s hard work and how far we’ve come to become an established partner of choice to grocery stores looking for affordable, value-added protein offerings. As the Company sits on the cusp of its next phase of growth, we are thrilled to have found a new owner in Highview that strongly believes in the business and has the tools necessary to take it to the next level.” “At Randall Farms, we have always focused on putting our customers first,” said Ron Totin, President of Randall Farms. “Whether we’re creating new, on-trend product offerings that anticipate their needs, or helping them capture incremental revenue by delivering speed and flexibility that other providers can’t match, we’re constantly looking for new ways to contribute to our customers’ success. The Highview team shares that commitment, and we are excited to be joining forces with a firm whose investment and expert guidance will enable us to create even better ways to provide value to our customers.” With extensive experience in the food sector, including its acquisition of Good Source Solutions, subsequent merger with Gold Star Foods and continued expansion as GS Foods Group, Highview is well positioned to help lead Randall Farms into its next chapter. The Highview team plans to work closely with the Company to scale the business through increased geographical coverage and an expanded range of fresh poultry and meat solutions. “We have long admired the Randall business and its rich, customer-centric heritage,” said Steve Russell, Senior Portfolio Manager of Highview Capital. “The Company has deftly navigated the ongoing pandemic, continuing to deliver excellent customer service while keeping its employee base safe. This is clearly a special company, and we look forward to working with Randall’s leadership to invest in the business for the future while honoring its outstanding legacy.” About Randall Farms Randall Farms is a leading provider of poultry and meat solutions throughout California, the Pacific Northwest, Arizona, Texas, Nevada and New Mexico. Randall Farms was built with two principles in mind: make a quality product and provide the best customer service possible. The Company’s management and employees are committed to these principles daily. For more information, visit About Highview Capital, LLC Highview Capital, LLC is an opportunistic private equity investment vehicle headquartered in Los Angeles, CA with approximately $500 million in assets under management providing transformational equity. Highview leverages its creative vision and expertise to partner with management teams of leading middle-market businesses undergoing periods of transformation. For more information, visit View source version on CONTACT: Sard Verbinnen & Co Alyssa Lorenzo / Nate Johnson / Suzanne Byowitz 310-201-2040 / 212-687-8080 KEYWORD: CALIFORNIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: FINANCE FOOD/BEVERAGE RETAIL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SUPERMARKET SOURCE: Highview Capital, LLC Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/09/2021 09:00 AM/DISC: 02/09/2021 09:01 AM Twitter Facebook Previous articleHappify Health Expands Global Capabilities with 10 Language OfferingsNext articleLinc Launches New Omnichannel Pickup Assistance & Orchestration Digital Worker to Provide a Best-In-Class Order Support Solution Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

Odessa Career & Technical Early College High School

first_img Valedictorian: Jherman Morales. Salutatorian: Alecia Mabry. NTO Superintendent Student Advisory Seniors: Wyate Coston, Courtnee Dunn, Jherman Morales, Sara Ryan. Texas Scholars Seniors: Wyate Coston, Trinity Dominguez, Destiny McGinnis, Fe Gypsy Quimbo, Makayla Welch. Prom King: Ivan Tavarez. Prom King Court: Robert Jurado, & Raul Hurtado. Prom Queen: Sara Ryan. Prom Queen Court: Courtnee Dunn, & Cyan Lopez. National Honor Society Graduating Seniors: Taryn Brown, Wyate Coston, Trinity Dominguez, Courtnee Dunn, Lydia Elguezabal, Alecia Mabry, Melody Martinez, Destiny McGinnis, Jasmine Montez, Rebekah Renteria, Andres Rojo, Emily Rubio, Samantha Sears, Makayla Welch. National Honor Society Officers: Alecia Mabry, president; Courtnee Dunn, vice president; Makalya Welch, treasurer; Jasmine Montez, secretary; Wyate Coston, parliamentarian; Melody Martinez, historian. National Honor Society Juniors: Karime Alvarez, Candyce Bowen, Hunter Boykin, Holly Brauchi, Leylee Chavez, Zeida Chavez, Emelyn Dominguez, Stephanie Dominguez, Nicholas Dugan, Dillon Dugger, Leslie Garcia, Kaylee Garcia-Granados, Josh Greenfield, Julian Grogan, Hanna Houser, Luke Hughes, Jacquelyn Lopez, Christel Molina, Indira Orona, Angel Ortiz, Estefani Ortiz, Alexia Rios, Sophia Rutledge, Luis Sanchez, Jasmine Tenorio, Dakota Torres,. NTO Superintendent Student Advisory Juniors: Mayo Omotove, Aaron McKown, Emelyn Dominguez, Hanna Houser. Texas Scholars Juniors: Candyce Bowen, Hunter Boykin, Dillon Dugger, Julian Grogan, Aaron McKown, Sophia Rutledge, Michael White. National Honor Society Sophomores: Andres Bueno, Clarice Carrasco, Emma Emiliano, Marlina Garcia, Oscar Garcia, Morgan Hill, Iris Jimenez, Aliye Kocak, Maria Lerma, Adriana Lopez, Aaliyah Marrufo, Jessica Olague, Mark Ornelas, Diana Rodriguez, Jasmin Seas-Loya, Kaydence Shepardson, Persephone Vaughn. Texas Scholars Sophomores: Clarice Carrasco, Kalube Cummings, Korbin Cummings, Kaleb Foshee, Iris Jimenez, Karely Levario, Mark Ornelas. Texas Scholars Freshmen: Brianna Anaya-Carrasco, Aracely Castillo, Gavin Coston, Estonica Dominguez, Amelia Flores, Julien Hayes, Joselyn Hernandez, Manuel Hernandez, Brianna Kahler, Jenifer Lopez-Martinez, Yarileth Lujan, Rocio Mendoza, Zaylee Mudd, Daniel Rios.CLUBS, TEAMS, AND RECOGNITIONS Robotics Team members: Rhiannon Casias, Kalube Cummings, Korbin Cummings, Ismael Ramirez. Student Council Officers: Mathew Flores, president; Angel Ortiz, vice president; Sophia Rutledge, secretary; Nicholas Dugan, treasurer; Courtnee Dunn, senior representative; Luis Sanchez, junior representative; Mark Ornelas, sophomore representative; Ashley Manquero Vega, freshman representative. Student Council members: Trinity Dominguez, Alecia Mabry, Jherman Morales, Makayla Welch, Rocio Anguiano, Lizza Camacho, Leylee Chavez, Vanessa Cortez, Emelyn Dominguez, Stephanie Dominguez, Kaylee Garcia- Granados, Joshua Greenfield, Luke Hughes, Jacquelyn Lopez, Christel Molina, Indira Orona, Angel Ortiz, Heaven Vasquez, Alejandro Castillon, Francisco Chavez, Leslie Gardea, Iris Jimenez, Aliye Kocak, Aaliyah Marrufo, Mark Ornelas, Ana Ramos Rodriguez, Kimberly Saenz, Rey David Bermudez, Gavin Coston, Jenifer Lopez Martinez, Ashley Manquero Vega, Kanazeya Williams. Yearbook Staff members: Brianna Kahler, Elora Lujan, Yarileth Lujan, Angel Ortiz, Luisana Ramirez, Diana Rodriguez. Junior VIPS: Candyce Bowen, Taryn Brown, Wyate Coston, Gavin Coston, Dillon Dugger, Kaleb Foshee, Luke Hughes, Sophia Rutledge, Sara Ryan.AWARDS First in Family Award: Tyler Baugh, Trinity Dominguez, Ana Gabaldon, David Gomez, Cyan Lopez, Cristian WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Twitter Local News Twitter WhatsApp Pinterestcenter_img TAGS  Facebook Odessa Career & Technical Early College High School Pinterest Facebook Previous articleHot Summer NightsNext articleOAT052919 Teddy Yelley Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

UTPB hires vice president for student development and leadership

first_img By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Local News Twitter UTPB hires vice president for student development and leadership Facebook TAGS  WhatsApp Facebookcenter_img Pinterest Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Previous articlePET OF THE WEEK: ZaraNext articleBasin rig count up two as oil prices continue to rise Digital AIM Web Support Becky Spurlock The University of Texas Permian Basin has named Becky Spurlock as its new vice president for student development and leadership. Spurlock comes to UTPB from The University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., where she has been associate vice president and senior associate dean of student life since 2014. Prior to her time at the University of the South, Spurlock served as the associate dean of students at Belmont University. She came to Belmont after working at Trinity University in San Antonio for eight years, first as the director of career services and later as the director of campus and community involvement. As a first-generation college student, she believes in the transformational power of higher education. “I am thrilled and honored to be joining the University of Texas Permian Basin as the VP for student development and leadership,” Spurlock said in a news release. “The intersection of leadership development, career development, and the student experience makes this role particularly appealing and exciting. The opportunity to lead the John Ben Shepperd Public Leadership Institute is both a rich and unique opportunity to contribute to the University’s vision and mission, as well as make a difference across the state of Texas.” Spurlock has more than 20 years of experience in student affairs, with duties that have included residence life, academic advising, career services, Greek life, student activities and student unions, the first-year experience, conduct, and Title IX. “We are thrilled to have Dr. Spurlock join our team,” UT Permian Basin President Sandra Woodley said. “She brings a unique perspective and many years of invaluable experience to the University which we believe will create an outstanding student experience on our campus. We also believe her extensive leadership experience will further the impact of the JBS Public Leadership Institute.” Spurlock has a PhD in higher education administration from Texas A&M University, along with two degrees from Texas State University, a bachelor’s degree in recreational administration and a master’s in education in counseling and guidance. In 2017, Spurlock completed the Management and Leadership Education Program Certificate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the release said.last_img read more

DataNumen DWG Recovery 2.1: Repair Maximum AutoCAD Data with Ease

first_img Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp NEW YORK and HONG KONG, Feb. 3, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — DataNumen company, the developer and vendor of pro-level recovery solutions, announces the release of DataNumen DWG Recovery 2.1. This program performs quick repair of inaccessible AutoCAD drawing files with the highest average recovery rate confirmed by comparative tests. The new features of version 2.1 include automatic upgrades to the latest version and auto-check for product updates. AutoCAD is a widely used program for computer-aided design and drafting. It is an essential tool for engineers, architects, interior designers, real estate developers, and other professionals all over the world. Unfortunately, the drawing files (DWG) created in AutoCAD may get damaged or corrupt due to a variety of reasons: power failures, hardware problems, virus attacks, or OS errors can make them inaccessible. To avoid the loss of important blueprints and considerable monetary damage, it is recommended to get an effective DWG recovery solution in advance — for example, DataNumen DWG Recovery, which already helps over 10 million users worldwide. DataNumen DWG Recovery is based on the company’s proprietary technology: the program scans damaged DWG files byte by byte, making it possible to restore as much AutoCAD data as possible. During comparative tests, DataNumen DWG Recovery demonstrated the best average recovery rate of 81.1% and the average recovery time of about 3.5 minutes. It is worth noting that the built-in RECOVERALL command of AutoCAD managed to restore only 7.2% of DWG data. Apart from the high recovery rate, DataNumen DWG Recovery is remarkable for its intuitive interface and straightforward recovery procedure. The user only needs to select the DWG file that needs to be repaired, chooses the output format, and clicks the “Start Recovery” button. The percentage of completion can be viewed on the progress bar, and once the recovery is successfully finished, the user gets a pop-up message. Under the Batch Recovery tab, it is also possible to repair multiple DWG files in one go. The new features of DataNumen DWG Recovery 2.1 include automatic upgrades to the latest version and auto-check for new updates. It is advisable to regularly install new updates because the DataNumen team is constantly working on the program to improve its performance. DataNumen DWG Recovery 2.1 at a glance: – Recovery of corrupt and damaged DWG files – Support for all AutoCAD formats, from R14 to 2021 DWG files – Recovery of deleted objects in DWG files – Recovery of DWG files on corrupted media – Batch processing of drawing files – Auto upgrade to the latest version – Auto-check for program updates – Context menu integration (right-click recovery) – Drag & drop support Learn more about DataNumen DWG Recovery at: Pricing and Availability DataNumen DWG Recovery 2.1 is compatible with Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP, Vista/7/8/8.1/10 or Windows Server 2003/2008/2012/2016/2019. It supports AutoCAD R14 to 2021 DWG files. The demo version can be downloaded for free, the cost of a license starts from 39.95 USD. About DataNumen Founded in 2001, DataNumen is the developer and vendor of professional data recovery software. The product line of the company includes recovery solutions for Outlook, Word, Excel, PDF as well as backup software and database recovery tools. Hundreds of top companies all over the world choose DataNumen products: IBM, Intel, AT&T, Microsoft, General Electric, Xerox, and Oracle among them. For more information about the company and its products, please visit Links: Company website: Product page: Video: Comparison: Download: *IMAGE link for media: Media Contact: Alan Chen DataNumen, Inc. Phone: +1-800-599-0398 E-Mail: [email protected] NEWS SOURCE: DataNumen This press release was issued on behalf of the news source (DataNumen) who is solely responsibile for its accuracy, by Send2Press® Newswire. Information is believed accurate but not guaranteed. Story ID: 68071 APDF-R8.2 © 2021 Send2Press®, a press release and e-marketing service of NEOTROPE®, Calif., USA. To view the original version, visit: Disclaimer: This press release content was not created by the Associated Press (AP). By Digital AIM Web Support – March 4, 2021 Facebook Facebook WhatsAppcenter_img Previous articleUreeka Essential Series Helps Thousands of Black and Brown Entrepreneurs Boost RevenueNext articleUnited States Melanoma Market Report 2021: Epidemiology, Valuations and Forecast, Drugs Sales and Competitive Landscape 2017-2026 – Digital AIM Web Support DataNumen DWG Recovery 2.1: Repair Maximum AutoCAD Data with Ease Local News Pinterest TAGS  Twitterlast_img read more

Man charged with choking common-law spouse

first_img Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest By Odessa American – April 21, 2021 Twitter Pinterest Twitter A 29-year-old man was arrested after he reportedly assaulted his common-law spouse by punching her, hitting her with a wooden spatula and a curtain holder and choking her when he placed his knee on her neck.David Allen Solis was charged with assault by strangulation or suffocation with previous conviction (family violence), a second-degree felony.The reported assault happened at 7:51 p.m. Feb. 21 at the Eighty Seventh Apartment located at 8640 Hunter Miller Way, an Odessa Police Department probable cause affidavit stated.Officers reportedly made contact with the victim, identified as Asia Garcia, who stated she was assaulted by Solis. Garcia stated that Solis struck her on the left side of her face with a closed fist, pulled her by her hair, struck her with a wooden spatula and a curtain holder and then threw her to the ground.Garcia continued to detail that while she was on the ground that Solis placed his knee onto her neck, which impeded her ability to breathe, the affidavit stated. Garcia stated she felt as if she was close to losing consciousness and her vision began to go black. Garcia stated that Solis held his knee on her neck for 30 to 45 seconds.Officers reportedly saw a red mark on Garcia’s left arm which matched the shape of the spatula that was on a nearby counter. Officers also saw redness on Garcia’s neck which is consistent with pressure being applied. Garcia was also bleeding from her right ear, redness on the left side of her head near her temple, redness and early bruising on her arms as well as defensive marks to her arms.A records check showed that Solis was previously convicted of assault causing bodily injury (family violence), a class A misdemeanor, on Jan. 18, 2019, in Ector County, the affidavit stated.Solis was booked into the Ector County Law Enforcement Center on April 18, jail records show. He has one bond totaling $35,000 and was still in custody as of Tuesday afternoon. WhatsApp Facebook CrimeFelony Arrests Man charged with choking common-law spouse Previous articleDAILY OIL PRICE: April 21Next articleTeen charged with terrorizing ex-fiancé Odessa Americanlast_img read more