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  1. Handicapped lady says:

    Why is it that people who have no placard or handicapped plates on their car think it is their God given right to park in places marked for handicapped people? I use a cane because of peripheral neuropathy, (bilateral). My feet are numb and hurt me to walk. My lumbar spine is degenerative. Even I will park in a space that is reasonably placed a distance that I can walk before I use handicapped parking because there are people worse off than I am. WALMART is the worse place in town to monitor their spaces!! I have talked to them and they say the Police are supposed to do this! The Police say Walmart is responsible for the spaces! If you write down the lisence number down and turn it in to the Police they will come out and issue a $75.00-$300.00 ticket. Have some respect, people! Turn in the lisence plate number! Chances are you will only have to do it once!

  2. JESUS CHRIST says:

    He who is without sin among you, let him be the first to throw a stone at her.

  3. Jay says:

    You do not have to “walk in their shoes for a while” to know RIGHT from WRONG, GOOD from BAD, FAIR from UNFAIR, YOUTH from ADULT, JUSTICE from UNJUST, BIASED from UNBIASED, ABIDING BY THE LAW from BREAKING THE LAW period point blank. What are we demonstrating by example for the youth of today? Better yet for the adults of today and the citizens of this community? Crimanls and Offenders will never have to learn, get help, take responsibility for their own actions, commit to making good choices over their previous horrific choices, establish and begin building and reflecting good character if UNJUST, UNLAWFUL, and UNFAIR circumstances like Ashley Nicole Gleitsmann’s multiple unlawful actions, convictions, and cases continue to repeat and prevail as being okay in our Court Rooms, in our Community, and in our Society. Let me guess, her repeating theft choice and actions and arrest should be forgiven too and swept under the extremely dirty rug as well huh.? Why not, look at everything else the courts and law enforcers have proven are okay and a crimal can get away with.? After all she just, very unjustly and very ignorantly, got to walk out of Jail a free woman less than 3 weeks ago.

  4. Exactly says:

    P15-07322 SHOPLIFTERS

    Incident Address: 4810 NORTH ST; Walmart
    Time Reported: 16:04:34
    Time Occurred between: 16:01:03 04/30/15 – 16:04:34 04/30/15


    THEFT PC-31.03 M-B
    THEFT PC-31.03 SFJ




  5. Mike says:

    What malicious gossip! The writer needs to get the facts straight. Fact: Yes, the girl has problems and no one knows this better than her family. They love her and want to get the help she needs. Fact: No, her grandpa or no other family member is the Mayor of Nacogdoches and does not have any influential pull. I don’t know where that came from. Fact: No one has been paid off. Do you think that you can go and offer a judge money and everything will be taken care of. I don’t think so. Also, she is not the only person with a problem that ends up in jail multiple times. Why pick on her and her family. Do you have an agenda? We need a little more love in this world. Don’t judge unless you have walked in their shoes for a while.

  6. There is NO JUSTICE says:

    Ashley Nicole Gleitsmann, a suspect of 27 years age, was detained according to information received from Nacogdoches County, TX officials on Friday, April 4th, 2014.

    Based on Texas records obtained by MobileMugs from the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office, Gleitsmann was booked on Friday, April 4th, 2014. Gleitsmann has allegedly been charged with one offense.


    • Joe says:

      This is false information. I know her and her family. That charge was from many, many years ago. The charge had nothing to do with “Injury ” to an elderly. It was over a confrontation between her calling trying to call the police over something horrible that happened with the elderly females grandson and her not wanting the police to be called on him. No child was involved. No injury occurred.
      You might also look into getting your facts straight before posting inaccurate information and assuming everything you read and hear is true.

  7. There is NO JUSTICE says:

    Name Ashley Nicole Gleitsmann
    Location Nacogdoches, TX
    Age 27 years
    Booking Date 09-18-2014

  8. Exactly says:

    Ashley Nicole Gleitsmann was booked in Nacogdoches County, TX on 12/01/2014.
    The following Official Record of Ashley Nicole Gleitsmann is being redistributed by and is protected by constitutional, publishing, and other legal rights. This Official Record was collected from a Law Enforcement agency on 12/01/2014. ID: 85569097
    Age: 27
    Booking Number: 14-4811
    Booking Date: 12/01/2014
    Booking Type: PRETRIAL FELONS
    Address: 214 DAVIS ST NACOGDOCHES, TX 75965
    Offense Date Statute Offense Description Class Agency Bond Amount

  9. Exactly says:

    Arrest Information:
    Name: Ashley Nicole Gleitsmann
    Location: Nacogdoches, Texas
    Age: 27 years
    Processing Date: 12-02-2014
    Booking Charge:

  10. KTRE says:

    Nacogdoches woman’s arrest latest in series of troubles with law
    Donna McCollum
    Feb 28, 2013 05:43 PM
    NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) – There are hundreds of court files in every county courthouse involving a second chance for the violator.

    Ashley Nicole Gleitsmann was in jail this week after being arrested for driving while intoxicated. She’s only 26, but has a rap sheet longer than some felons twice her age.

    Since 2005, Gleitsmann has been in and out of jail and prison for numerous felony and misdemeanor cases. It began when Gleitsmann admitted to striking and biting a 65-year-old woman. The courts allowed Gleitsmann to go through a six-month state lockdown substance abuse program.

    Assistant county attorney Stephanie Stephens can’t talk about Gleitsmann’s numerous cases, but she knows from experience as both a prosecutor and former defense attorney, sentencing leniency is common among substance abusers.

    Gleitsmann received numerous rehab deals, has been in and out of jail, monitored, and has had charges reduced or even dropped. Eventually, multiple motions to revoke her probation were recommended. Even so, additional chances still came her way.

    “If you put someone on probation for driving while intoxicated which happens every day of the week, all over the country, and you wake up tomorrow, and that person has hit a school bus full of children or committed some other crime while they’re intoxicated, you know you’re going to have to look at yourself in the mirror every day,” Stephens said.

  11. Where IS The JUSTICE says:

    It is an ABSOLUTE DISGRACE and BEYOND UNJUST that a so called woman with MULTIPLE FELONY CONVICTIONS and MULTIPLE MISDEMEANOR CONVICTIONS gets to walk out of jail as a free woman, when she should be serving SEVERAL YEARS IN PRISON, all because her grandpa is the Mayor of Nacogdoches and the obviously right people have been PAYED OFF. It must be nice to be able to get away with murder in a small town because of the last name GLEITSMANN and because GRANDPA & MAMA have money. What about SUFFERING THE CONSEQUENCES for your actions and choices? How about a blood test every other day for ALL THE PILLS she is already popping once again? What about KEEPING THE PEOPLE SAFE by keeping the KNOWN CRIMINALS off the streets? How about FAIRNESS IN OUR COURTS? What happens when she is able to DRINK AGAIN and decides to put HER OWN CHILD AGAIN AANNDD ALL OF US AND OUR CHILDREN in DANGER for the HUNDREDTH TIME by BREAKING THE LAW once more and getting BEHIND THE WHEEL OF A VEHICLE?

    • Anonymous says:

      Amen, Amen. That could not have been stated with more honesty! It is an utter shame that we the people of Nacogdoches have to constantly watch out for the known dangerous offender in our own back yards due to these exact unjust circumstances.

      • Anonymous says:

        Woman falls through ceiling, resists arrest

        By Paul Bryant | Updated 5 months ago

        About 24 hours after posting a combined $7,500 bond for three charges, a Nacogdoches woman was arrested again on a parole warrant — but not before allegedly hiding from officers in an attic, falling through it and clinging to a tree in her backyard.

      • Joe says:


        You should get your facts straight before commenting on a post that is completely inaccurate. You’re comment is an “utter shame.” She isn’t a “dangerous offender” she’s a human being that deserves respect. A dangerous offender would be a rapist or murderer – not someone who has gone to jail over charges related to substance abuse (which are a result of addition to medications she gets prescribed to by the doctors in “your own beckyard”) You don’t know her personally, you don’t know what she has been through, and you don’t know the whole story. So instead of making your disrespectful, degrading, inappropriate comments why don’t you get your facts straight first. Maybe you should spend your free time enjoying Gods beautiful blessings on this earth instead of publicizing your negative opinions on someone and a situation you know nothing about.

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