Mark Dalbis
Wednesday, January 13, 2016 

I am the head of casting for Atlas Media Corp - we're a television production company that has produced many documentary crime series including "In the Line of Fire" which highlighted police heroism working with NYPD Chief Bill Bratton. 

We've also produced other crime series like "Dr G: Medical Examiner" "The Mind of a Murderer" and "Stalked" all for Investigation Discovery network.

Dr G took place in the Orlando pathology office and we did 8 seasons of that show. Our cameramen became licensed by the state of Florida to film crime scenes and in the autopsy room. We operate within the highest professional standards in the industry.

Contacting your office for a new series we're working on developing and wondering if you can help.

We are currently seeking and interviewing retired female detectives for a new prime time series on major cable. The series would be her narrating/talking about past cases. Homicides, stalking, sex crimes, kidnapping, etc. Only cases that led to convictions and on the public record.

We are seeking women with outgoing personalities, not shy around cameras with some great stories to tell. This is going to be pitched to a prime time cable networks that skew to a female audience. Ideally she's also under 55 years old.

I am contacting organizations like yours in various cities for possible candidates. If you know of someone great - I'd love to hear about it. 

If you do happen to know a woman the fits the bill for this - feel free to forward this message to them and they contact me directly if interested. I'm also happy to answer any questions if someone from your org wants to contact me. 

Thanks so much for your time and for any assistance you can provide. 


Mark Dalbis
Manager of Casting 
Atlas Media Corp West Coast
Toluca Lake CA

Cemetery Lot
Thursday, November 12, 2015
One cemetery plot in the Memorial Oaks Cemetery on I-10 West/Eldridge. Two burials are allowed in this plot. Lot value is $8,000 and will sell for $3,500/ Contact Doug Bostock 281-890-7610

Work from home?
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
 Does anyone know of a legitimate work from home job? I've looked into several in the past and they all appear to be some sort of scam. Then if you search for something like this you get all kinds of crap email because of some cookie or something that was dropped on you. I'm not looking become a millionaire, although it would be nice. Just something I can make some extra money.    E-mail: 

HPD Homicide Commemorative .45
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Wanted to let you know about the custom stocks available for the HPD Homicide Commemorative .45.  They are $80.00 a set and come in gold and silver trim.  Let me know if you want to order a set.
M.F. "Fil" Waters II, Detective
Houston Police Department
Homicide Division
713 308-3677 (O)
713 305-3895 (C)

Tom DeHart
Saturday, October 24, 2015
Contact Preference:Email
Message:Hello, I am looking to purchase HPD Challenge Coins for my small collection. What do you have? Tom DeHart HPROA-Associate Member Houston Houston

I’m From The Government And I Am Here To Help You
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Ronald Reagan made this statement as the most feared words you ever want to hear from your government, and he was so right.  Let me give you another example as to how they are here to help us.
I am a member or the NRA and in the October issue of The American Rifleman is a very interesting article involving many of us our friends and relatives.  I had heard about this before but after reading the article it becomes more clear as to how they want to help us.
The article states that if you are a veteran and/or collect Social Security you are in the crosshairs of the Federal Government.  The Dept. of Veterans Affairs along with the Social Security Adm. has created a background checking system and reporting anyone who has been declared incompetent to manage pension or disability payments and has assigned as fiduciary, someone to handle you financial affairs for whatever reason.  This information is forwarded to the FBI National Instant Criminal Background Check System better know as NICS.
In the article it explains how it works.  It states  “they can assign a “representative payee” to receive a beneficiary’s benefits either at the request of a beneficiary or at the initiation of the agency itself or someone that knows the beneficiary.  According to a former SSA employee, this process typically takes place voluntarily at the behest of the beneficiary or a loved one and if often for the sake of convenience.”
For instance, “elderly individuals may choose this option if they no longer drive, live far from a population center or have physical difficulty traveling to a post office or bank.  The assignment of a representative payee is typically perfunctory bureaucratic procedure offering no evidence that the person of diminished mental capacity whatsoever and it certainly does not rise to the level of “adjudication” as required by statue.  For those assigned a representative payee, this program will automatically assign them prohibited-person status and forward their name to NICS, with no due process or finding of dangerousness.”
The next statement is very troubling to me and should be to anyone who is thinking about helping someone.  “To SSA once you’ve been assigned a representative payee you’re in the same category as a violent felon and other prohibited persons and should be stripped or your Second Amendment protected right.”
All of this was accomplished by your president and by Executive Order.  He has a pen and a phone and that is all he needs.
The article gives more information and numbers of people that are affected by this giant gun-grabbing move by our government, who by the way wants to help us, but I think you get the jest of what is going on.
US Sen. John Cornyn, of our great state, has introduced a bill that provides some protection against the Obama administration’s bureaucratic overreach.  If you want to look at the bill it is under S2002, Title 3 Sec. 301-302-304 and 305.
Now, don’t you feel better because they are going to help us….I don’t think so.

Robert Wiggins
Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Senior Police Officer  Robert  Wiggins,  assigned  to the Westside  Division, will retire from the Houston Police Department  on September  25, 2015,  with over 34 years of dedicated  service. Officer Wiggins joined the department as a member of Cadet Class #100.


A reception honoring Officer Wiggins will be held on Friday, September 25, 2015, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Houston Police to attend Department  Westside Station located at 3203 S. Dairy Ashford Road. All friends and coworkers are invited

Looking for some cousins Houston Area
Saturday, September 12, 2015
 I have been attempting to find some cousins who moved from Houston and I have not spoken to since mid 1960's ..   Anyone know of a way to do a person search without having to pay a monthly fee to an organization to attempt to do it for you ??   Thanks.  roger2221

Mario Gutierrez
Friday, August 7, 2015
SPO Mario Gutierrez, 38.5 years of service, 23 years in CID. Retirement party August 14, 2015 from 11 am - 2 pm at the HPOU building,  1600 State Street. 

Special Request from a Nursing Home
Wednesday, August 5, 2015

From:Diana P. Ramirez
Contact Preference:Phone

Hello there, I am Diana Ramirez, writing you from a nursing home.

We are putting a labor day program together for our residents and would love to have a

retired police officer to come to talk about his job as a policeman. It will take 20-30 minutes.

Please let me know if you can help us with this. Thank you very much, Diana

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