The contractor mentioned in Monday’s Troubleshooters report, was just released from the Nueces County Jail last week. He’s accused of Indecency with a Child Sexual Contact.
The road to complete recovery from the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey is long for some Coastal Bend residents, especially when it comes to dealing with contractors who do unsatisfactory work.
Today’s Troubleshooters is like same chapter different verse when the topic comes to our city’s streets. Residents living on Louise and Chase asked us to take a look at the condition of those streets after all the recent rain.
A Jim Wells County Constable has filed a petition to have a fellow constable removed from office. It’s a story the Troubleshooters first began covering 5 months ago.
People are still trying to recover from the damage caused by Harvey. Tonight, an Aransas Pass couple shares their story of dealing with 2 different contractors.
2 weeks after a woman came to the Troubleshooters about her mother’s missing gravesite headstone at Memorial Park, the problem has been resolved.
A man, disgusted by the contractor he hired to put a new floor in his home, goes to the contractors home with signs calling the contractor a thief, crook, and liar.
A disagreement between a homeowner and a contractor in Aransas Pass. The homeowner has paid thousands for work to be done at his house, but claims 4 months later, the job is not done. The contractor says the homeowner is trying to tell his workers how to do their job, so he’s pulled them off the job.
A daughter ordered and paid for a headstone for her mom’s gravesite 2 years ago. The funeral home she did business with still hadn’t produced it until the Troubleshooters got involved.
The former interim VP of Instruction at Coastal Bend College, who was fired 3 days before her contract was to expire, is speaking out about her termination and other issues she insists still exist at the school.
CCPD is encouraging anyone interested, to come to their Impound Lot to claim gravesite headstones. There are 7 stones still unclaimed. 3 of them have family names already engraved on them. The stones will be available till Friday.
A disabled US Navy vet is stunned to get a $755.00 utility bill. 5-6 times larger than his previous 6. So he calls the Troubleshooters for help.
Another Coastal Bend resident trying to recover from Hurricane Harvey, calls the Troubleshooters to help her get a refund from a company she hired to put a new roof on her house. They promised to give it her, yet she still hasn’t received it.
An elderly man admits he made a very costly mistake when he paid his electric bill.