Sting Operation: Texas Women Face 180 Days In Jail After Neighbors Alert Police They're Giving Manicures At Home

Source: The Daily Wire - View Original Article
Published: May 07, 2020
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83% "Both women were charged with a Class B misdemeanor for violating an emergency management plan, which carries up to 180 days behind bars, a ..."
70% "Castro-Garcia admitted to running a nail salon inside her residence and promoting the business on social media, going against the mayoral decree currently in ..."
68% "But I have to disagree with you, sir, when you say that I'm selfish because feeding my kids -- is not selfish.""
62% "On both cases, an undercover officer working on the COVID-19 task force enforcement detail made contact with each solicitor to set up an appointment ..."
60% "So, sir, if you think the law is more important than kids getting fed, then please go ahead with your decision, but I am ..."
57% "As I have made clear through prior pronouncements, jailing Texans for non-compliance with executive orders should always be the last available option.""
51% "Compliance with executive orders during this pandemic is important to ensure public safety; however, surely there are less restrictive means to achieving that goal ..."
50% "and it's not someplace that I want to be.""

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83% : Both women were charged with a Class B misdemeanor for violating an emergency management plan, which carries up to 180 days behind bars, a $2,000 fine, or both. Texas salon owner Shelley Luther was sentenced Tuesday to a week in jail and a $7,000 fine for opening her salon in defiance of state orders, The Daily Wire reported.
70% : "Castro-Garcia admitted to running a nail salon inside her residence and promoting the business on social media, going against the mayoral decree currently in place," said police.
68% : But I have to disagree with you, sir, when you say that I'm selfish because feeding my kids -- is not selfish.
62% : "On both cases, an undercover officer working on the COVID-19 task force enforcement detail made contact with each solicitor to set up an appointment for a cosmetic, beauty service that is prohibited under the emergency ordinance."
60% : So, sir, if you think the law is more important than kids getting fed, then please go ahead with your decision, but I am not going to shut the salon.
57% : As I have made clear through prior pronouncements, jailing Texans for non-compliance with executive orders should always be the last available option.
51% : Compliance with executive orders during this pandemic is important to ensure public safety; however, surely there are less restrictive means to achieving that goal than jailing a Texas mother.
50% : Two young Texas women, ages 20 and 31, face up to 180 days behind bars and a $2,000 fine after police, tipped off by neighbors, orchestrated a sting operation to catch the women providing beauty services in their homes, an apparent violation of a stay-at-home order.
50% : Laredo police officers continue to address violations of the order with enforcement," the department added.
50% : and it's not someplace that I want to be.
46% : The following day, Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) joined Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in ripping the actions taken against Luther: I join the Attorney General in disagreeing with the excessive action by the Dallas Judge, putting Shelley Luther in jail for seven days.
41% : Castro-Garcia was arrested "after she agreed to and met with an undercover officer who posed as a customer needing a nail service," the report outlined.
35% : When Dallas Judge Eric Moye told Luther she had the option of acknowledging she was wrong and selfish for opening her salon and apologize to elected officials, Luther responded, "Judge, I would like to say that I have much respect for this court and laws and that I have never been in this position before
28% : I have hair stylists that are going hungry because they'd rather feed their kids.
27% : Neighbors of Ana Isabel Castro-Garcia, 31, and Brenda Stephanie Mata, 20, sent anonymous tips to the Laredo Police Department via an app, according to the Midland Reporter-Telegram. "Both of the violators independently solicited customers via social media," the department said in a statement.
17% : "We remind the community that there is an emergency management plan in place in order to control the spread of the novel COVID-19 virus.
13% : Mata was arrested after she "allegedly agreed to perform an eyelash service inside her residence for an undercover officer posing as a customer," according to the news report.

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