Broadus is wanted for the shooting that occurred on Jan. 25 in Port Arthur at U.S. 69 South and 39th Street that resulted in the death of an individual. The Fugitive Warrant Division needs the public’s help in locating Broadus, according to a press release from the JSCO.Persons with information on where Broadus can be found call Crime Stoppers at 409-833-TIPS (8477), you will not be asked for your name and you could receive up to $1,000. The Fugitive Warrant Division of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has a murder warrant for the arrest of David Earl Broadus.
Through the first half of 2016, the southeast Valley accounted for two-thirds of new retail product in the metro area, according to a recent MarketFlash report by CBRE’s Phoenix research team.As population growth occurs, new retail space is needed to meet demand from new residents. Currently, the southeast Valley is the most active new home market in metro Phoenix. Consequently, the area’s population has increased significantly in recent years and maintains a larger percentage of high-wage earners with higher median household incomes than the Valley as a whole.“This is definitely an instance of ‘retail following the rooftops’,” said CBRE’s Todd Folger, first vice president specializing in retail. “The southeast Valley has seen more than 3,000 housing starts through June and just under 350,000 sq. ft. of retail product brought online year-to-date.”To give some additional perspective, Folger states that with the anticipated completion of two Fry’s grocery-anchored centers and an EOS Fitness-anchored center by year-end, completed construction for 2016 in the southeast Valley will surpass the previous six years combined. read more
In conjunction with the jack-up vessel Seaworker, which has been working at the port since March of this year, MPI Adventure will begin installing monopile foundations and transition pieces for Phase 1 of the London Array Offshore Windfarm.David Gledhill, CEO for Hutchison Ports UK, which owns Harwich International Port, said: “”The UK’s offshore wind power projects are rapidly expanding, both in the size of wind farm developments and the installation vessels used, and we are pleased to welcome the largest vessel in her class. Sustainable energy sources are of paramount importance, and it is good to know that Harwich International Port is getting involved with projects that will help with the country’s future energy requirements, securing a ‘greener’ future for all in the long term.”London Array operations at the port are being carried out alongside those of the Greater Gabbard Offshore Wind Farm, which commenced at Harwich in August 2009. With the world’s two largest current offshore wind projects being installed simultaneously from the port and with expectations high for future developments in this sector, Harwich is reinforcing its position as one of Europe’s leading ports in this important and expanding market. read more