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Police oversight board’s director resigns

Kelvyn Anderson has resigned as executive director of the city’s Police Advisory Commission, effective Feb. 3. Anderson served as executive director of the agency since 2013.

INCIDENTS

— At 12:30 a.m. Jan. 23, a man walked into the Vintage Wine Bar at 129 S. 13th St. and pointed a black semi-automatic firearm at the bartender. The suspect handed a small bag over to the bartender and demanded he fill it with money. The employee complied, and the suspect fled in an unknown direction. He was described as black, between 25-35, 6-foot-2 to 6-foot-4, with a large build and a medium complexion, wearing dark pants, a red hooded sweatshirt with white writing across the chest and dark gloves.

Pastor Clarence Hayes was moved to action after hearing homophobic comments from Kim Burrell, a pastor at Love and Liberty Fellowship Church in Houston. Burrell recently stated, “That perverted homosexual spirit is a spirit of delusion and confusion and has deceived many men and women, and it has caused a strain on the body of Christ.” 

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