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A Texas woman was sentenced to three years and four months in federal prison for making false 911 calls regarding her neighbors in January 2019 resulting in a deadly Houston police raid killing both homeowners.
“There’s no question in my mind, Ms. Garcia, in that you wanted something bad to happen,” U.S. Judge George C. Hanks said during the sentencing hearing held by videoconference Tuesday. “You didn’t really care what happened, and respectfully, the court can’t condone that.”
The article goes on to state the following:
Patricia Ann Garcia told dispatchers that her daughter was at her neighbor’s home, describing 59-year-old Dennis Tuttle and 58-year-old Nicholas as addicts and drug dealers who had firearms – including machine guns – inside their residence. But none of those claims were true, prosecutors said.
The report explains that 20 days after Garcia’s 911 call with the false report on her neighbors, Tuttle and Nicholas were both fatally shot in a Houston narcotics raid on their home that went badly wrong. In addition to their deaths, five officers were injured, including one who was left paralyzed from the neck down.
As a result of the deaths of the couple, a dozen current and former officers linked to the narcotics unit have been indicted for various charges, and two officers are facing murder charges.
Garcia reportedly made the call to get back at her neighbors amid a longstanding feud.
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