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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Wednesday, January 11, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 7 Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Joslin and Cooper: A hearing is set for today in Judge Chap Cain’s 253rd District Court on motions filed by attorneys representing Liberty County Constable Precinct #6 John Joslin. The hearing is on a motion to quash or dismiss the Liberty County charges against Constable Joslin. He was recently sworn in to a new term as Precinct #6 Constable, and Jim Cooper continues to work as deputy constable in that precinct. Criminal charges are still pending against Precinct #6 Liberty County Constable John Joslin and Deputy Constable Jim Cooper, but in the meantime, they can continue to carry out all of the duties of Texas peace officers.
Animal Hearing: More than 150 animals seized last Wednesday from Puppy-Dogs-R-Us near Dayton have been ordered returned to the facility by about 2 p.m. today. That ruling by Liberty County Justice of the Peace Pct. 4 Larry Wilburn came yesterday afternoon during a civil seizure hearing. Judge Wilburn ruled the search warrant used to seize the animals from a property on C.R. 6021 was not lawful. While yesterday’s court decision was based on legal issues surrounding the warrant, it never dealt with the allegations of abuse and neglect. Of note, since the animals were taken last Wednesday, nearly 50 volunteers have lent a helping hand to help make the rescue facility more appropriate for housing all of the animals
Bald Eagle Shot: Chambers County Crime Stoppers is offering a $1000 reward, and the Texas Wildlife Crime Stoppers Operation Game Thief is also offering a $1000 reward for the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the shooting of a Bald Eagle in the Anahuac area. The Wildlife Center of Texas veterinarian bird experts euthanized the badly injured bird. If anyone has information, please contact Chambers County Crime Stoppers at 844-860-8477 or Texas Wildlife Crime Stoppers Operation Game Thief at 800-792-4263.
Girl Scout Cookies: The annual cookie sales program for Girl Scouts is under way. Girl Scouts in Liberty and Chambers counties are part of the 26-county San Jacinto council. It’s one of the largest councils with more than 61,000 girls and 18,000 adults throughout Southeast Texas. The Girl Scouts cookie sales program continues through March 26.
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 6.81 ASL*


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