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Daily Radiogram

Monday, July 17, 2017

Monday, July 17, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 132 Monday, July 17, 2017
Liberty Projects: At their meeting last Tuesday, Liberty City Council voted to approve two projects being funded by the Liberty Community Development Corporation. That’s the economic development arm of the City of Liberty. One project will shore up the slope of the Trinity River side of the city’s west levee with new earthwork. Grant money for that $2 million project will come from the National Resources Conservation Service. The City of Liberty will supply the $500,000 match with funds coming from the LCDC budget. Liberty council also ratified LCDC’s expenditure to repave the walking trail in the Liberty Municipal Park. Council accepted Houston-based Hayder Paving’s bid of $305,000 to redo the popular 2.3 mile walking trail, including some boulders to line the trail and to hopefully discourage people from driving their vehicles on it.
Runaway Home, One Arrested: A missing teen has been found and a 22-year-old man arrested. Liberty County Sheriff Bobby Rader reports investigators had been attempting to locate Charles Daniel Sadler Jr., 22, in connection with a female juvenile missing since July 7. Charles Sadler Jr. was thought to be accompanying the runaway teenager. Deputies spoke with him by phone and set up a meeting with the man and juvenile. That’s when Charles Sadler Jr. was arrested and charged with Harboring a Runaway Child, a Class A Misdemeanor. Sheriff Rader said Sadler was also wanted on an outstanding Class B Misdemeanor warrant for Making a Terroristic Threat. At last report, 22-year-old Charles Daniel Sadler Jr. remained in the Liberty County Jail on bonds totaling $6,500.
Bilingual Officers: As the Hispanic population numbers in Texas continue to grow, law enforcement agencies face the increasing challenges of working with members of that community who speak little or, in some cases, no English. Liberty County Sheriff Bobby Rader, Dayton Police Chief John Headrick and Liberty Police Captain Gary Martin all said bi-lingual officers make a big difference for their departments. When no bi-lingual officers are on duty, police agencies have another resource. They can access a service called Language Line Solutions on their phones. The service provides translators for virtually every known language on the planet. Language Line is also available to the general public, not just law enforcement.
*Lake Release: 5,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 11.98 ASL*


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