CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — We have new information on some Troubleshooters stories we've reported
Remember Lupe Nieto's story ?
A big truck, driving down his street, snapped the cable wires leading to his house, and damaged some of the siding on his house.
He wanted someone to accept responsibility for the damage, and fix it.
Turns out the wires belonged to Spectrum Cable.
They claim they were unaware of the problem until 'we' contacted them.
Now, they've acknowledged responsibility, and have told Nieto they'll fix everything.
Remember Danny Schroeder's story?
2 years ago, his brother hired a business to pave his driveway.
Paid them more than $14,000.00.
It was already cracking, and he wanted them to come back out and fix it.
But nothing happened until the Troubleshooters contacted A&D Asphalt.
Today, Schroeder tells us A&D sent someone out the next day to do what needed to be done, and now it looks beautiful.
That's a case closed.
And remember this rental house on Virgil Street Tammy Cantu and her family were living in?
Lots of mold, and holes, and other issues.
But Cantu says she called us because she couldn't get the landlord to make the necessary repairs.
She also admitted her rent was late.
The day our story aired, Cantu received an eviction notice.
Today she told me she's moved out.
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