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Paul Gonzales Entertainment Reporter 358-2550, ext. 116

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Paul Gonzales is the entertainment writer at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 116, or at thescene@mySouTex.com.

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  • Man and machine head towards the vehicle where suspect Jose Morales supposedly had rigged an explosive device. An entire block of downtown Mathis around Allways Chevrolet was blocked off due to the event.
    Man and machine head towards the vehicle where suspect Jose Morales supposedly had rigged an explosive device. An entire block of downtown Mathis around Allways Chevrolet was blocked off due to the event.
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  • Corpus Christi Bomb Squad officers make one final check of the Ford Mustang belonging to the suspect, Jose Morales of Taft, before calling off the bomb threat. The car was found in the sellers lot of Allways Chevrolet in Mathis on Sunday, July 17, after Morales threatened police officers in the area and claimed to have a bomb, officials said. He was arrested near Taft on Tuesday.
    Corpus Christi Bomb Squad officers make one final check of the Ford Mustang belonging to the suspect, Jose Morales of Taft, before calling off the bomb threat. The car was found in the sellers lot of Allways Chevrolet in Mathis on Sunday, July 17, after Morales threatened police officers in the area and claimed to have a bomb, officials said. He was arrested near Taft on Tuesday.
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  • The Pokémon Go phenomenon proves that no place is safe, including Mathis. This Rattata was found lurking around the Welcome to Mathis sign that greets visitors — now Pokémon hunters — into the city.
    The Pokémon Go phenomenon proves that no place is safe, including Mathis. This Rattata was found lurking around the Welcome to Mathis sign that greets visitors — now Pokémon hunters — into the city.
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