There is no crime at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. None. Nada.
Do you really believe that?
They say numbers don’t lie. But these numbers may be the latest mystery uncovered in a Dolcefino Consulting investigation into the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
The Rodeo is now fighting a civil lawsuit stemming from a rape at a Los Vaqueros Trail Ride event. Houston lawyer Chad Pinkerton wants to know what the rodeo knew and when they knew it.
We were asked to investigate, and using the Texas Public Information Act, we wanted to see if any sex crimes unfolded at this year’s Rodeo…
We didn’t just ask for that. We asked the Houston Police, Harris County Sheriff and the Precinct One Constable to give us any reports, or any incident crime or arrests during the 23-day rodeo at NRG Stadium.
We expected hundreds of reports, after all people drink, sometimes they fight, and lots of cars make appetizing theft targets. Even a purse snatching. Anything.
Now for the mystery. You know how many law enforcement incident reports we got?
Zero. Not a single report of crime in the NRG complex.
“Guess it could be testimony to Texans holding their liquor, but 2.5 million people go to the Rodeo, and there’s nothing,” says Wayne Dolcefino, President of Dolcefino Consulting, “We’ve got a real mystery on our hands.”
We even looked for tickets written for misdemeanor crimes, and we got the records.
It is zero again. Not a single ticket shows up.
It’s why we asked the Rodeo under state charity laws for financial records to see if any top Houston law enforcement officials are on their payroll. After all, maybe they can talk about the web of security that allows 2.5 million people to go an event without a single incident of crime.
That’s a crime fighting strategy the rodeo should sell all over the nation.
But do you believe it’s true? The latest mystery of the rodeo…