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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 29, No. 54 Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Prison Time: Still another participant in what has become known as the Cleveland gang rape case is going to prison. Xavier King is one of the adult participants who were given a 7 year probated sentence after he pled guilty. In April last year, King was arrested in San Jacinto Co. for allegedly participating in a drive by shooting. Last week, King waived a hearing and pled guilty to violating the terms of his probation and was sentenced to 5 years in prison by 75thDistrict Judge Mark Morefield.


Relay for Life:  The date is quickly approaching for the annual fundraiser for cancer research and support for cancer patients, Relay for Life. Held for 12 hours each year, the event combines fundraising with team walking and lots of it. This year Relay for Life is April 4thstarting at 7 p.m. and ending April 5that 7 a.m. The 12 hour walk around the track with rotating participants is at Liberty’s Memorial Stadium. If you’d like more information about entering a team or being in the survivors lap, call Sandra Sterling at (936) 336-3716.


Contraband at Jail: The Liberty County Sheriffs Department reports early Saturday, as the result of a surprise search by Community Education Center officials, who operate the jail, a corrections officer has been fired from his job and arrested. According to the Liberty Co. Sheriffs Department, Correctional Officer Tyree Richards was bringing tobacco, a prohibited substance, into a correctional facility. On Sunday, Justice of the Peace Wade Brown set bond at $10,000. Tyree Richards posted bond that evening and was released. He is no longer employed with Community Education Centers.


H-F Fire:Hamshire-Fannett Elementary School students and staff will not have classes the remainder of this week. That comes as a result of Tuesday morning’s fire that heavily damaged part of the district’s elementary school building on Burrell-Wingate Road south of I-10. All other Hamshire-Fannett school district campuses will hold classes as normal.


Obituaries: Anna Marie Feik Morris, 90 of Dayton. Service today at 2 p.m.First United MethodistChurchof Dayton. Weston Lee Herndon, 48 of Liberty. Service 2 p.m.Thursday at First United MethodistChurchin Liberty.


*LakeRelease: 5,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 11.46 ASL



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