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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Tuesday, January 28, 2014 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 18 Tuesday, January 28, 2014


Fatality Wreck: At approximately 7 a.m. yesterday, law enforcement responded to a fatal vehicle crash on FM 1960 at CR 611 near the West Liberty County line and the Dayton City Limits. The crash involved a motorcycle rider and an 18 wheel tractor-trailer. Preliminary investigation indicates the tractor trailer was turning off CR 611 onto FM 1960 while the motorcycle rider was headed west on FM 1960. It appears the motorcycle struck the middle of the trailer and the rider was deceased at the scene. The Texas Department of Public Safety is conducting the investigation. The victim is identified as a San Antonio man, Sean Hanner, no age available.


Break-In: Liberty Police are investigating a burglary at Liberty’s newest pharmacy on Sunday. Liberty Police Detective Lieutenant Chip Fairchild said someone had knocked a hole into one of the building walls of TruKare Pharmacy to make entry. Lt. Fairchild said an undetermined amount of regulated pharmaceuticals, the type used by criminals in the manufacture of methamphetamine, was stolen. The investigation is ongoing.


Winter Weather: With the threat of winter weather across our area, all 7 Liberty County school districts, Cleveland, Dayton, Devers, Hardin, Hull-Daisetta, Liberty, and Tarkington have cancelled classes today and tomorrow. In Chambers Co. Anahuac ISD will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday. East Chambers and Barbers Hill ISD are closed today and will decide on Wednesday sometime today. That is also the case in Jefferson Co., with Hardin Jefferson ISD – closed today, update to come. In Hardin Co., West Hardin ISD is closed today with a 10:30 a.m. start tomorrow. The Liberty County Courthouse and all non-emergency county offices are closed today. The Commissioners Court meeting scheduled for today has been reset for Tuesday February 4that 2 p.m.


Fraud: Garry W. Arnold, of Dayton has been sentenced to 63 months in federal prison for defrauding his former employer, Exxon Mobil, resulting in a loss of more than $5 million. The Dayton man pleaded guilty in September to the charges. U.S. District Judge David Hitnner sentenced him to 63 months in prison to be followed by 3-years of supervised release. The Dayton man was also ordered to pay $5.5 million in restitution.


*Lake Release: 1,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 6.15 ASL* 



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