Authorities have made an arrest in connection with the shooting death of a Texas dentist.
Police say Crystal Cortez admitted her involvement in the murder of 35-year-old dentist Kendra Hatcher, who was gunned down in the parking garage of her Dallas apartment complex on Wednesday night. According to authorities, Cortez also told detectives that other unidentified suspects may have been involved.
Cops say that a Jeep Cherokee followed a vehicle through the gate of the parking garage at some point before Hatcher arrived. Hatcher parked her car and was then approached by a suspect, who allegedly got out of the Jeep, fired a single shot at the victim, got back in the car and left the garage, authorities say.
An arrest warrant affidavit revealed that the owner of the Jeep saw photos of his vehicle on the news and contacted police to tell them that he had loaned his car to Cortez.
Cortez then told police that she conspired with someone to drive a man to rob Hatcher. She also alleged that the male suspect then fired the shot that killed the victim.
The male suspect involved in the shooting remains at large.
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Caring for your Mouth - The Right Choices
Your dentist might not tell you...
... that damaged or worn-out dentures can cause sleep apnea and other respiratory problems.
What do you think your dentist would tell you when you fix an appointment? Well, it's common knowledge that a dentist tells us about ways to maintain oral hygiene, and take proper care of our teeth and gums. However, sometimes, your dentist may not tell you certain things that you need to know. While some of this information is kept confidential on purpose, there are things you can get to know if you care to ask. Before paying a visit to the dentist, it is recommended that you prepare a list of questions that you wish to ask. To help you in this ne
Dentistry is one of the ten most sought after careers in the United States, and is also one of the high paying professions. Dentistry as a profession is said to grow by about 16 percent through to 2018, which is faster than the average of all occupations. So if you are deciding on becoming a dentist, you are on the right path. For a start, students who are keen on becoming dentists should have good grades in biology, chemistry, and health. College students planning to pursue dentistry are required to give Dental Admissions Test (DAT) w
It's been a busy day for Yelp, as the River Bluff Dentistry is being propounded with negative reviews after Walter Palmer, the most hated dentist from Minnesota and in the http://hoytsghe.buzznet.com/photos/default/?id=68755182 United States, paid a private safari group $55,000 to kill Cecil the lion after the handsome cat was lured out of the Hwange National Park in the Gwayi Conservancy where he had been protected. Cecil was hit and wounded by Palmer's bow and arrow. Palmer and his safari team then spent the next 40 hours tracking the lion down, at which time Palmer shot and killed him with his rifle.
Almost all of Palmer's reviews naturally only have one star.
With reviews such as:
"Any penny spent at RBD may wind up: defending the self-professed liar against prosecution from illegal poaching, which has happened many times before, or defending the sexual predator from a lawsuit from yet another one of his employees, or defending himself in front of the state dentist board for yet another ethics violation, or murdering another magnificent animal solely to inflate his ego which is obviously as small as his microscopic dick.
In other words, when he isn't fondling patients, employees, lying to government officials, or murdering animals trying to be in a record book with other murderous, rich a-holes with too much time on their hands and no social conscious, he's sort of an okay dentist, but he will forever be an ass-hat POS.
Want to be a real man you worthless POS? Go back to Africa and face the music."
Then there's always the persistent Yelp reviewer:
"Hey yelp. This is the 4th time you delete my review. Let's see who gets tired first. Me reposting or your team deleting 1000s of messages every single day. Btw, yelp, you should be happy, look how many new users you have thanks to this sub human."
Most of Tuesday and Wednesday have been very busy for Yelp as they constantly delete the reviews. By Wednesday afternoon, Palmer has more than 4,000 reviews. (not yet deleted) In a statement, according to Venture Beat, a spokesperson stated, Media-fueled reviews typically violate our Content Guidelines Reviews arent the place for rants that dont address the core of the consumer experience. Our user support team ultimately removes reviews that violate these guidelines.
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Dentists dont get nearly enough credit for all that they do. Not only do they have to make sure that they are helping multiple patients per day, but they also have a lot of tasks that are expected of them in their own life as well. Here are 18 struggles only dentists do and how they keep up with things so well.
Dealing With Patients Who Dont Listen
Dentists are always telling their patients to brush multiple times a day, floss daily, use mouthwash, and avoid harming your teeth unnecessarily. However, each time a client comes back with oral health issues, all that the dentist can ask is, why didnt you listen?
Smelling Bad Breath
Unless you spend all day working in
This remedy is NOT for cavities, but for teeth that have become painful because they are infected.
Sadly, its likely that every tooth that you have ever had filled will, in the next two or three decades, become infected, begin to die, and require a root canal.
Many people feel that it is dangerous to leave an infected tooth untreatedthat is, to treat it with natural remedies in preference to professional dental care. The infection can spread and become deadly.
However, I have often known people who had to wait several days for a dentist appointment to get a root canal, and Ive often known of other instances in which a tooth could not be pulled until the patient had compl
Judging from what archaeologists have learned from examining the bones and teeth of long-dead humans, people have been bothered by dental problems for thousands of years. Simply put, many of these ancient folk had holes in their teeth and probably suffered from toothaches and also abscesses, whose pain can be excruciating. At least in some places, they did what they could. Evidence of the use of dental drills has been found in Neolithic graves in Pakistan. (The Neolithic Age lasted from 12,000 to 5,000 years ago.) But whether this procedure brought