January 27, 2021
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Man accused of breaking into vehicles with children in car

Dominique Theragood was arrested and charged with burglary of a motor vehicle, child endangerment and felon in possession of a firearm.

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — A 25-year-old man was arrested and is facing charges after authorities said he broke into several vehicles and then crashed into two other vehicles while a Good Samaritan followed him. Convicted felon Dominique Theragood is accused of doing all of this with his four small children in the car with him.

Just after midnight Tuesday, deputies said they responded to the 25700 block of Aldine Westfield Road after a citizen called and said they were following a burglary suspect. The caller said he saw the suspect, who deputies later identified as Theragood, break into several vehicles.

While the citizen was following, Theragood crashed into two parked vehicles, authorities said.

When deputies arrived, they pulled Theragood’s vehicle over and detained him. When they searched the vehicle,

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Breaking News: US Adds 4,600 Truck Transportation Jobs In September

The number of jobs in the U.S. truck transportation category rose 4,600 in September, less than half the rate of growth recorded between July and August. 

In the latest monthly report released Friday morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, truck transportation jobs were reported at 1,454,400 for September, up from 1,449,800 for August. That August number was revised upward from 1,449,500 jobs in the preliminary report released last month.

With that revision in August, and that the July numbers are now considered permanent and no longer preliminary, it shows that truck transportation jobs rose an even 10,000 positions between July and August, up to 1,449,800 jobs from 1,439,800 jobs. The July number was revised up to 1,439,500 jobs. 

The growth between August and September, even in a market for drivers that some analysts are likening to the crazy tightness of 2018, wasn’t even half of what the growth was

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