H-E-B Launches Meat Equity Program
Where’s the beef?
Two women on the prowl for meat took a Houston area HEB for $2000 of beef. (That’s $1200 in pre-Brandon dollars!)
Since the price of food is rising faster than wages, some Houstonians are taking the lack of summer BBQs into their own hands by stealing in broad daylight.
U want paper o plastic?
Police have arrested 40-year-old Latonya Marchea Brooks in her alleged involvement in the theft of over $2,000 in meat from a local H-E-B in Temple last month, according to police.
Her accomplice 53-year-old Latonya Thomas remains at large, according to police.
Around 3:30 p.m. on April 15, both ladies allegedly took meat from the H-E-B in the 3000 block of South 31st Street. A store employee claimed they saw them leaving with a significant amount of unpaid meat in a shopping cart and tried to stop them, but they were able to take the cart away and load the meat into their vehicle.
The summer BBQ is back on! Load up your family, bring the sweet corn and prep your kids to learn a couple new racial slurs - we’ll see you at the purk.