News Release
October 4, 2007

Houston Field Division Help Celebrate The 20Th Anniversary Of The Mayor’s Office Drug Prevention Program

Associate Special Agent in Charge Joe Arabit speaks to the students about the significance of the Red Ribbon Campaign.

Worthing High School Performs for the students at the Kick-Off.

Constable Victor Trevino speaks to the students about the benefits of being drug-free.

Singer/Actor Lil J Xavier takes a picture with the Bellaire High School cheerleaders.

OCT 4 -- This October 4, 2007, Houston Crackdown observed their Twentieth Anniversary Drug Prevention Month Kick-Off Rally. Approximately five hundred (500) Houston area middle school students participated in the Rally. The theme for the event was Houston: A City of Champions. The following individuals were recognized for their contributions in promoting the no drug use message throughout the Houston community. Butch Woolfolk – Houston Texans Ambassador; Robyn Troup; Oliver Luck; CEO Houston Dynamo; Lil J Xavier, motivational rapper; Reshonda Tate Billingsley, author & former Fox 26 News reporter; Two HISD students with the highest GPA within the school district; and Victor Trevino, Precinct 6 Constable.