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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Thursday, March 02, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 39 Thursday, March 2, 2017
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Drug Arrests: Two Liberty residents have been arrested on drug charges. Liberty police Chief Tom Claunch said those arrests are related to an investigation that was initiated following reports of employees selling narcotics while working at a local business. David Kirk Taylor, age 43, of Liberty was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance, more than 1 gram but less than 4 grams. That’s a third-degree felony. Heather Marie Mancha, 26, of Liberty was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance, more than 4 grams but less than 200 grams. That is a second-degree felony. At last report, David Taylor remains in Liberty County Jail with bail set at $20,000. Heather Mancha was released from jail on $30,000 bond.
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Annex: Liberty City Council met in special session Tuesday to approve the next phase in the city’s ongoing annexation program. Liberty council approved Phase III of the annexation, adding another 224 acres or .35 square miles to the city. We’ve reported Liberty’s long-term plan is to annex property south of the city along the Trinity River, in what is roughly a 1,000-foot wide strip. That strip will follow the river then eventually turn further east to take in the Moss Bluff Gas Storage facility off FM 563. Liberty City Manager Gary Broz said public hearings on Phase IV of the annexation plan will be held on two different Tuesdays next month – 6 p.m. April 11 and noon April 18.
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Taser Donation: The Shane Detwiler Foundation donated seven tasers, holsters and extra batteries to the Liberty Police Department. It was statewide news back on July 13, 2009, when Chambers County Deputy Shane Detwiler was murdered while responding to an emergency call. Now, this foundation, named in his honor, raises funds to provide scholarships to individuals pursuing a degree in criminal justice at Sam Houston State University. The foundation also helps purchase equipment to improve the capabilities of area law enforcement agencies.
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CISD Bond: We have reported there are no contested races on the Cleveland school board, but Cleveland ISD will have an important election in May. Cleveland school trustees have called for an $80 million bond election on Saturday, May 6. Cleveland school officials have cited the explosive population growth the district is experiencing as prompting the proposed bond issue.
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*Lake Release: 10,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 16.47 ASL*
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