The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on October 15, 1993 · Page 2
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2-A THE GALVESTQN DAILY NEWS FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15,1993 Today's forecast calls for low clouds and fog In the morn- Ing, decreasing by afternoon. High In the upper 70s. Partly cloudy tonight with less than a 20 percent chance of rain. Low In the low 70s. Temperatures The Accu-Weather® forecast for noon, Friday, Oct. 15. Lines separate high temperature zones for the day. Marine Forecast Port Arthur-Port O'Connor Southeast wind near 10 knots today, with seas 1 -3 feet. Southeast wind 5-10 knots tonight, with seas 1-3 feet. Port O'Connor-Brownsville Southeast wind near 15 knots today, with seas 3 to 5 feet and Isolated showers or thunderstorms. Southeast wind 10-15 knots tonight, seas 2-4 feet. Sun, Moon & Tides Today High tides: 3:48 a.m. (1.6) and 5:52 p.m. (1.9). Low tides: 10:36 a.m. (0.2) and 11:31 p.m. (1.2). Sunrise 7:24 a.m. Sunset 6:51 p.m. Moonrise 7:30 a.m. Moonset 6:55 p.m. Local Climate Data Thursday High Low Texas Highest wmp«ratur« last 12 hours, low8si past 18 hours and pr»dpJttt!on lor 24 hour* tntSra at 7 p.m. CDT: ..„ HI Lo Pep. Ablten* grj 5, 000 Alte. 86 68 Amarlllo Austin .18 79 50 0.00 76 62 0.00 Beaumont-Bon.Arthur 75 57 .13 Brownsville 34 7^ 253 Bryan-Coltage Stafon 77 gt rjOO Children 80 51 0.00 Corpus Christ! Cotulla Dalhart Dallas Leva Field Del Rio a Paso Fort Wonh Msacham [1 ondo Houston Hobby Airport Houston Intent! 83 69 .71 93 67 0.00 81 51 0.00 73 S7 0.00 85 S9 0.00 87 65 0.00 73 56 0.00 73 57 0.00 87 61 0.00 76 66 0.00 74 65 0.00 Junction MngtviS* Lajtas Laredo Longvisw Lubbock Luftdn Maria McAJIen- MWIand-i Mineral V Palaclos Paris San Angela' San A/it Shreve; Slapher Texarka Victoria Waco Wichita Wlnfc National __ _ Temperatures Indicate previous day's high and overnight tow to 7p.m. CDT. ... HI Lo Pre Otlk Wbany,N.Y. Albuquerque 50 23 0.00 cdy Anchorage AUanta AllanlicCHy Baltimore . 78 44 o.OO cdy 49 44 .03 cdy 67 43 0.00 cdy 68 68 0.00 cdy 60 40 000 cdy 62 48 .02 cdy 63 44 .19 tn Brmingham ................. 69 59 0.00 cdy Bismarck 50 29 0.00 cdy °° lsa 65 42 0.00 cdy g°J 10 " 50 34 0.00 cdy Buffalo 56 aa o.OO cdy BurBnatorWl ................ 51 24 0.00 cdy COLD Pressure H L HIGH LOW WARM STATIONARY ©1993Accu-Weather, Inc. Casper Charts ston.S.C. Charleston.W.Va. Charlotte.N.C. SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbla.S.C. 60 39 0.00 cdy 74 $3 0.00 rn 69 43 .OS cdy 0.00 rn .15 71 54 52 39 64 35 0.00 67 44 60 31 68 52 0.00 0.00 .01 CLOUDY „ ~'— "" v" *JC. .u I Cdumbus.Ohlo 67 40 000 Concord.N.H. Dayton Denver Des Molnos County Extended Forecast Duluth, ' Evansvllla Fairbanks cdy rn rn rn rn rn cdy -. — 0.00 rn 70 38 0.00 cdy 64 48 0.00 cdy 61 31 0.00 in 54 37 0.00 cdy 54 18 0.00 65 37 73 69 Record high go (1885) Record Sow 51 (1969) Rainfall in 24-hour period end- Ing at 4 p.m. — none. Rainfall since first of year — 39.94 Inches (5.819 inches above normal). 72 41 42 37 53 35 0.00 .11 0.00 rn cdy dy ^ ^ ^j w.uu uy Flagstaff ..................... 65 37 000 cdy Today Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday rn cdy rn rn Low clouds and fog, decreasing by afternoon. High in the tipper 70s. Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of afternoon showers or thunderstorms. High near 80. Partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. High in the 80s. Mostly cloudy with a good chance of thunderstorms. High in the 80s. Mostly cloudy with a good chance of thunderstorms. High In the 80s. Grand Rapids 57 30 o.OO Great Falls si 43 0.00 rn Greenst»ro,N.C. 67 47 0.00 cdv Hartford Spg!!d 51 25 0.00 cdy Helena ....................... 59 37 -0 8 rn Honolulu 84 72 0.00 clr Indianapolis 64 35 o.OO Jackson, Miss. 73 56 .54 Jacksonville 81 56 000 Juneau ..... .................. 46 37 o.OO International Temparaturas and weather con- oittons from midnight to midnight on previous day. HI Lo Wthr Amsterdam 55 41 Alhens 88 61 Auckland 62 51 Bangkok 91 77 Barbados 87 80 Barcelona 68 48 m clr clr cdy cdy m Beijing Dublin Frankfurt Geneva Hanoi London Madrid Manila Mexico City Montreal Kansas City Las Vegas Liltle Reck Los Ange Louisville Memphis Miami SB- Milwaukee Mpls-St f Nashville New Orle New Yort., Nortolk.Va. North Platta OMahon Omaha Orlando Phlladelj P hoe nbc Pittsburgh Portland^ Portland.O. Providence Raletah-Di Rapid City Reno Richmond Sacrame St Louis SaltLala Can Diego San Fran San Juan Santa Fe StStel Seattle Shreveport Sioux Falls Spokane Syracuse Tampa-' Topeka Tucson Tulsa Washlni Wichita 68 46 50 35 64 55 57 48 86 73 50 48 61 46 90 72 71 50 42 31 Police investigating teen's claim he was beaten during EJt/ IA_JF/"*C ^Iti/'Ml ^^^^ •• « iV [ Odeau Walk lefo onio on. La. ville na.Ark. Fails City 72 as 83 ck 75 eles 77 a 72 a 78 Bach 85 89 63 Paul 63 8 77 eana 81 rXClty S3 <Ja. 66 atta 65 na City 73 57 phla 61 91 3h 56 .Mains st ,Ofo 61 TC9 55 Durham 65 fly 65 60 nd ea 9 Do 72 70 .e City 63 go 72 nclsco 69 n.P.fl. 91 e 73 laiis 55 63 ort 71 alls 69 3 62 a 53 St Ptrsbg 83 74 91 73 Jton,D.C. 63 76 larra 47 dr Moscow cdy Nairobi cdy Nassau m New Delhi dr Nicosia cdy Osaka cdy Oslo ody Parla dr Rio dr Rome HI 84 58 85 71 91 59 68 61 82 50 71 63 82 42 •" 90 75 84 SO 73 52 79 65 72 51 '" 83 54 84 64 71 61 71 53 ... 75 51 73 65 71 57 73 52 87 54 5) 0.00 65 000 51 0.00 61 0.00 47 0.00 52 0.00 71 60 39 0.00 37 0.00 53 0.00 66 0.00 38 02 49 0.00 44 .01 48 0.00 48 .07 45 0.00 69 0.00 34 0.00 24 0.00 53 10 31 0.00 47 0.00 44 .04 48 .05 57 .16 48 0.00 49 .38 63 0.00 57 000 77 0.00 40 0.00 29 0.00 54 0.00 61 000 36 0.00 44 0.00 25 0.00 62 .10 49 0 00 62 0.00 48 0.00 51 0.00 49 0.00 31 0 00 59 52 81 50 78 7 1 94 63 95 62 73 61 44 39 62 55 95 64 82 72 H 0.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 .01 0.00 "ft cdy m rn cdy rn cdy cdy li, m cdy cdy m cdy cdy m cdy tuy cdy rn cdy cdy cdy cdy rn cdy ~/ cdy dy rn cdy tuy cdy cdy cdy rn cay cdy rn 2 y °*t cay dr Clf dr dr c!r cdy clr m dr cdy By JANICE SIMON Th» Daily News TEXAS CITY — Police are conducting an investigation into the claims of a 16-year-old Texas City boy who said he was beaten and spit on by police Wednesday nighfc. Police reports indicate Ricky Kaluza was arrested outside a Texas City grocery store and charged with assaulting officers and trying to kick out the windows of a police car. The teen-ager was charged with assault causing bodily injury, assault by contact and terroristic threats, all misdemeanor charges. Kaluza's father, Damon, 38, also was arrested and charged with interfering with a police officer. Texas City Police Chief Jerry Purdon said the complaint is being investigated, and no officers have been placed on leave. Ricky Kaluza said he was unfairly treated by the police. "I want them fired and a little money for my suffering," he said. "I feel like Rodney King, but only white." 1 Police said the teen-ager was arrested because he was drunk and disorderly inside the store. Officers also said he was yelling curse words and threatening them. "I got an attitude, so I started cussing him," Ricky Kaluza said. The teen-ager also said he had been drinking Cisco, a fortified wine, and a 40-ounce beer during the night. "I was messed up," he said. Police said the teen-ager was placed into a Texas City patrol car and he began kicking the windows. According to police reports, the boy's father tried to interfere in the arrest. But Damon Kaluza said he only was telling police officers they were violating his son's civil rights. The only thing I did, more or less, was telling the officer what he was doing to my son was against the law," he said. The teen-ager said that, once at the station, officers pulled his hair, spit on his face, grabbed his throat and kicked him in the knee. Police said the boy was sprayed with pepper mace because he was out of control and kept yelling and spitting on officers. "I spit on them," Ricky Kaluza said. They spit on me." Kaluza said he couldn't see when he was sprayed with the pepper mace. "I felt like I was on fire," he said. "I opened my mouth a lot, yeah, but I didn't deserve it. I didn't deserve to be treated the way I was." Ricky Kaluza said he has been arrested four or five times and has served a year at the Nacogdoches Boys Ranch. 13-year-old arrested after leading police on car chase - > Porett ° tri6S t0 deter ' the _ age of a boy who was riding in a car that was involved in an accident. The accident happened Stafl photo by Kevin Bartram around 6 P' m - "^^y n ear 59th Street and Broadway. One woman was injured in the accident TTie boy was not hurt. aowaem. Pregnant woman hurt in two-car collision By JANICE SiMON GALVESTON — A pregnant woman was injured in a car accident in a store parking lot Thursday night, police said. Kathryn Haywood, who was knocked unconscious in the accident, was undergoing treatment at a UTMB hospital about 7:30 p.m. Haywood was riding in a 1976 Chevrolet Nova that collided with a Mazda about 6:30 p.m. in the parking lot in the 5900 block of Broadway, police said. Haywcod's 3-year-old son and her 18-year-old neighbor were not injured in the accident. The child, who was crying, received a yellow and white checkered teddy bear from officer Henry Porretto^ No citations were issued. Drive-by shooting GALVESTON — A 17-year-old isle man was shot in the shoulder in a drive-by shooting early Thursday, police said. John Tisino was listed in good condition at a University of Texas Medical Branch hospital. Tisino told police he was in the 700 block of 29th Street when he heard gunshots about 2:15 a.m., reports state. Tisino tried to take cover and then realized he had been shot, police said. No arrests were made. SAY IT WITH AN AD • Happy Birthday • Anniversary • Congratulations • Thank You • In Memory of... This Size Ad Only Calf 744-3611. (800 \ 390-SKLL < __ Vletro 488-100<) e\t. 224 (Private Individuate only) By JANICE SIMON Tha Daily Nowa LA MARQUE — A 13-year-old boy was arrested on a car theft charge after leading police on a chase Thursday, reports state. The boy was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, evading arrest, fleeing from police and failure to stop and give information. Police tried to stop a 1987 Cadillac at First and Carolyn streets about 3 a.m., but the driver wouldn't stop, reports state. The driver reportedly jumped out of the moving car and ran away, police said. The car crashed into a building at 903 FM1765, knocking a hole in the side of the structure, police Gunman kills 4 at Calif, club Associated Press EL CAJON, Calif. —A 19-year- old man walked up to his health club crowded with noontime customers Thursday and shot a man to death, then entered the building and fatally shot three women before Wiling himself. The gunman, James M. Buquet, died in his car outside. He had been a member of the suburban San Diego health club for three months, but police said they knew of no motive. Detectives had found no connection between him and his victims, despite a club official's earlier comments to the contrary. At least two of the women killed were instructors at the Family Fitness Center, said instructor Cindy Breise. POLICE said. The car was reported stolen Tuesday. The boy was chased across FM 517 and later arrested in the 4800 block of FM 1765, police said. The boy was transferred to the Galveston County Juvenile Detention Center. Man arrested TEXAS CITY—An 18-year-old La Marque man was arrested on drug charges after a short foot chase Thursday afternoon, police said. The man was being held at the Texas City Jail. No charges had been filed by Thursday night. A bag of marijuana and several pieces of crack cocaine were recovered about 11:40 a.nx in the 100 block of South Pecan, police said. Children found by culvert TEXAS CITY — Two 2-year-old children who wandered away from their apartment were found playing by a culvert filled with rainwater Wednesday, police said. The boy and girl were returned to the apartment complex where they lived, police said. The boy's mother and the girl's babysitter said they didn't know when the children wandered away, police said. The children were found about 11:42 a.nx in the 2100 block of 21st Street North. Call us at The News Galvaston Daily Naws main office £S Classified I 1-aOM90.SELL(7355) For newspaper daitvery problems ........................ 7i,i_ieii c • cnj 6 a.m. to 930 a.m. Monday-Friday. 7a.m. to 1 1 a.m. wee'toVis .......................... 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