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All your correspondence should go to [email protected](Alabama is head of the class for this dishonor on a per capita basis.) Drive West, helmed by Terry Abbott, a former Houston Independent School District press secretary and later U. Department of Education chief of staff, found that were 179 such Texas incidents last year, up 27 percent from three years before.Abbott admitted that his survey is based on published media reports rather than official crime data, hence the unscientific nature of the survey.Ortiz threatened to expose Sutton to the media for violating the improper relationship law, whereupon Sutton resigned from the police force.And that was when it came to light that Ortiz, as a Conroe high school football referee, was subject to the same law. Sutton got 10 years probation, and Ortiz, whose trial is ongoing, is represented by attorney Billy Skinner.