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Investigators said Altaf Hussain Malik, 43, was stabbed to death and then thrown into a dumpster inside an apartment complex at 3019 Truxillo Street. On Dec. 7, the victim was found by a resident taking out the trash at around 11:10 p.m.This article has 1 other Houston location (Show)
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SEARCH FOR HUSBAND'S KILLER: "It's like insane to kill a person for a car." Altaf Malik drove some eight miles to a parking lot in the intersection of State Highway 6 and Bellaire Boulevard to meet someone interested in buying his car. Two days later, his body was found in a trash bin on Truxillo Street near Ennis Street in southeast Houston, around 20 miles away from the meeting place. He was stabbed to death.
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About 11:10 p.m., a resident taking out the trash on the 3000 block of Truxillo called police to report finding a dead body covered in trash bags in the dumpster, according to the Houston Police Department.
HCDD Fall Open House and 2018 Annual Action Plan Public Hearings HOUSTON - Do you see a need or opportunity in your neighborhood and wonder how to get the City involved? The City of Houston’s Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) is giving the public opportunities on Nov. 30 and Dec. 7 to provide input on how the City should invest approximately $40 million in federal funds over the next year to improve Houston neighborhoods and quality of life for low- and moderate-income families. Information about current HCDD programs will also be available, as will staff who run the programs. “We want the public to know that we hear them and have not forgotten that there are needs to be met, and we are going to make ourselves as accessible as possible,” said HCDD Director Tom McCasland. Open houses will be held Thursday, Nov. 30, 6-8 p.m. at the Third Ward Multi-Service Center, 3611 Ennis Street, and Thursday, Dec. 7, 6-8 p.m. at the Kashmere Multi-Service Center, 4802 Lockwood Drive. For those who cannot make it to the meetings, Facebook Live (facebook.com/HoustonHCDD) will be available. Citizens can also interact with us on Twitter using #HCDDaction. A community needs survey is also available for additional input on the department’s website: www.houstontx.gov/housing. The department’s open house events are being designed to remove the stigma of bureaucracy and encourage the public to get involved. Citizens will be able to engage with program managers and participate in interactive activities that demonstrate how to get from idea to visible impact. After learning more about the department and interacting with staff, citizens will be able to provide on-the-spot feedback during the public hearing portion of the event. Both open houses are accessible by METRO bus. For public transportation, use METRO route 4 or 9 to reach the Third Ward Multi-Service Center, and Routes 3 and 80 to reach the Kashmere Multi-Service Center. For more information about the open houses and public hearings, or to request special arrangements such as foreign language translation, sign language, interpreter or captioning for the hearing impaired, contact Brittany Hyman at 832-394-6178 or via email at Brittany.Hyman@houstontx.gov. Requests for special arrangements must be made in advance. The City of Houston’s Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) provides the leadership and financing to make affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization happen in Houston. Currently, the Department administers over $100 million annually in federal, state and local programs designed to affirmatively further fair housing while investing in Complete Communities that support the health, well-being and quality of life for all Houstonians.
Houstonians, voice your input on how the City should invest approximately $40 million in federal funds over the next year to improve #HoustonNeighborhoods and quality of life for low to moderate income families. Attend open houses Nov. 30, 6-8 p.m. at the Third Ward Multi-Service Center, 3611 Ennis Street and Dec. 7, 6-8 p.m.at the Kashmere Multi-Service Center, 4802 Lockwood Drive. Or participate via Facebook Live.
Three men were apparently standing outside of a store around 12:30 a.m. near Alabama Street and Nagle Street when a car approached and began shooting at them, according to authorities.
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