Former CPS supervisor jailed for making false report

Former CPS supervisor jailed for making false report

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - A former Child Protective Services supervisor who falsely accused a man of molestation must spend 90 days in jail as a condition of her probation.
Two articles in Caller.com - December 5, 2008 - June 2, 2009



CPS Criminal & False Accuser, Grizelda Lopez Hess, Wants to Get out of Jail, Judge says No Way
Youtube.com - July 23, 2009

 

Ex-CPS worker to serve 90 days in jail. Lopez-Hess had taken plea deal last month
By Mary Ann Cavazos

CORPUS CHRISTI — A former Child Protective Services supervisor who falsely accused a man of molestation must spend 90 days in jail as a condition of her probation.

After District Judge Tom Greenwell announced his decision Monday, a bailiff immediately handcuffed Grizelda Lopez-Hess. Her husband, Corpus Christi police detective Michael Hess, then moved to her side and kissed her goodbye
Caller.com - June 2, 2009


Former CPS supervisor is accused of making false report. State felony punishable by up to 2 years
By Mary Ann Cavazos

CORPUS CHRISTI — A former Child Protective Services supervisor faces a charge that she falsely accused a man who is instrumental in helping convict child abusers of molesting a child himself.

Grizelda Lopez-Hess was indicted Thursday on a charge of making a false report of abuse.
Caller.com - December 5, 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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