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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Thursday, July 03, 2014 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 128 Thursday, July 3, 2014


Water Rescue: Liberty Fire Fighters were called out for a water rescue in the early morning hours of Wednesday. Assistant Fire Chief Bryan Hurst said the call was for three people stranded in a boat on the Trinity River. The fire department launched their own water craft and located the boat, dead in the water. The craft suffered engine problems. The three men, Robin Robinson, Jeff Robinson and Warren Fowell were unhurt. The boat was towed back to town. Assistant Chief Hurst said these types of rescues are rare. He said in his 10 years with the department, this is only the second such rescue for which the department has been called.


ChambersCountyDrug Bust: The Chambers County Sheriffs Department reports finding more than $2 million in marijuana growing in an area off Gou Hole Road. According to Sheriff Brian Hawthorne the Chambers County Sheriff's Office with the assistance of DPS Special Crime Unit and DPS-Air Wing Unit collected approximately 5,500 plant determined to have a street value of approximately 2 million dollars. This is an ongoing investigation and if anyone has any information that might assist please contact the Chambers County CID at 409-267-2606.


WFVD Woes: Westlake volunteer firefighters are once again responding to calls in the department's emergency vehicles. Fire Chief J.R. Ungles said because there is no contract in place between the two entities, WFVD and ESD #3, state law does not allow the ESD-paid insurance to cover the department's vehicles. Through their own fund-raising efforts, the Westlake Community Volunteer Fire Department has now paid for its own insurance. No word on when the two entities might meet and come to an agreement.


July 3rd: The City of Liberty's Independence Day Celebration is this evening at the Liberty Municipal Park. A program honoring military veterans, and including patriotic music starts at 8:15 p.m. The big fireworks display starts at around 9:15 or when ever it gets dark enough. The event is free and everyone is welcome to attend.


Obituaries: David Mata, 2 of Dayton. Service 2 p.m. Saturday at Iglesia Cristiana Ebenezer Church in Dayton.


*LakeRelease: 7,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 11.22 ASL*



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