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Storms roll into Houston as chance of rain continues through weekend

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A series of thunderstorms are moving into the Houston area from the south, which meteorologists say could continue through the weekend.

The storms were producing some jaw-dropping lightning earlier Wednesday morning. They’re part of a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms predicted for Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

That chance continues throughout the day, coupled with high temperatures in the low 90s. The storms are expected to come mainly before 11 p.m., and then pick back up again around 4 a.m. Thursday, meteorologists say.

Similar rain chances exist throughout the week until Saturday, when the skies are expected to be sunny with no chance of rain. Saturday’s high temperature will be in the upper-90s.

Jay R. Jordan covers breaking news in the Houston area. Read him on our breaking news site, Chron.com, and our subscriber site, HoustonChronicle.com | Follow him on Twitter at @JayRJordan | Email him at jay.jordan@chron.com





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TYRANT Cop fired after this viral video on a teenager- Lincoln Co. sheriff’s north Carolina

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LINCOLNTON, N.C. (WBTV) – Jessica Long took her 16-year-old son to the emergency room at Atrium Health – Lincolnton because she was worried he was having a mental health emergency. Instead of getting treatment, he was violently assaulted by hospital security guards and a Lincoln County sheriff’s deputy.

Long took her son to the ER just after midnight on Sunday, December 8, 2019. He had received mental health treatment in the past and she was concerned he might need help that night.

When Long and her son got to the ER, he was angry and didn’t want to be there. She was afraid he might try to run away from the car, so she asked for a security guard to help get him in the building to be seen.

Video shows the guard came out of the ER and stood there for less than a minute before he grabbed the boy, shoved him to the ground and drew his taser. Surveillance video of the incident shows the boy got back up before the guard shoved him off the sidewalk and into the grass.

At no point did they tell him to put his hands behind his back, to stand still, they never tried to deescalate the situation. They just immediately went for full-blown physical force,” Long said.

The guard still had his taser drawn when a second security guard showed up. At that point, the first guard holstered his taser and Long and her son went back towards her car.

Long wanted to move her car but wanted the guards to help her son get into the ER to receive treatment. Instead, the video shows, when her back was turned, the second security guard grabbed him by the neck from behind and jumped on top of him, tackling him to the ground.

Once the boy was on the ground, video shows pools of blood dripping from his mouth.

The deputies told the guards to get off the boy and he was sat up.

The boy, who had a mouth full of blood, spit as he was sat up. In response to the boy spitting blood, the video shows a deputy punching the boy in the face twice.

That deputy – who was later identified as Justin Polson – was so irate, the video shows, he ran over to Long and began yelling at her before a second deputy pulled him away and ultimately pulled him to the ground to control him.

Lincoln County Sheriff Bill Beam said Polson did nothing wrong in punching a 16-year-old boy whose hands were cuffed behind his back.

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Raw video: Man impaled by fence pole after crash

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A man was critically injured after his car crashed into a fence and pole went through his abdomen.

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Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run on Houston’s north side

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A pedestrian was killed by a driver Wednesday night in a hit-and-run in north Houston, police said.

The crash was reported at 7:25 p.m. in the 7100 block of Airline near Rittenhouse.

Police said two cars were possibly racing north on Airline when one of the vehicles struck the male pedestrian, who was crossing the street.

Witnesses said the suspect was possibly driving a pickup, according to police. Investigators are searching for both vehicles involved.

Julian Gill is a digital reporter in Houston. Read him on our breaking news site, Chron.com, and on our subscriber site, houstonchronicle.com. | julian.gill@chron.com




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