Andrew Blomberg

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Former HPD Officers Reach Plea Deal In Beating Case

Two former Houston police officers reached plea deals in the 2010 beating of a burglary suspect which was captured on surveillance video and uploaded to a video sharing site.


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Teen At Center Of Police Brutality Case Arrested On Other Charge

A teenager at the center of one of Houston’s biggest police brutality cases involving Houston police officers, made an appearance at court Thursday morning for sentencing in a home burglary case but ended up being arrested for another case.


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Hundreds Protest Ex-Officer’s Oppression Acquittal

More than 200 people marched in front of the Harris County criminal courthouse in Houston on Thursday to protest the acquittal of a former Houston police officer in the alleged beating of a teenage burglary suspect.


File photo of Quanell X, one of a number of community activists and leaders in Houston who remain upset over Andrew Blomberg's acquittal. (credit: John Gress/Getty Images)

Houston Cop’s Acquittal In Teen Beating Case Angers Black Community, Leaders

Black community leaders in Houston are up in arms in the wake of a former Houston police officer being found not guilty of his role in a 2010 police beating of a 15-year-old caught on security video.


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Jury Deliberates Case Against Ex-Houston Officer

A jury is scheduled for a second day of deliberations in the trial of a former Houston police officer accused of participating in the videotaped beating of a 15-year-old burglary suspect.


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Ex-Houston Officer Says He Didn’t Kick Suspect

A former Houston police officer accused of taking part in a videotaped beating of a 15-year-old burglary suspect told jurors Friday that he didn’t mistreat the teen, insisting he never kicked or stomped on his head or neck as prosecutors have alleged.