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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Thursday, March 15, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 50 Thursday, March 15, 2018
Arrest: A Liberty County man was arrested on an outstanding warrant after the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department responded to a report of a hostage situation Tuesday. Despite that initial report called in to dispatchers, Sheriff’s Captain Ken DeFoor said it turned out to be a family disturbance between a man and his wife at a house on C.R. 491 near Dayton. Captain DeFoor said no guns were involved and nobody was held hostage. However, when responding deputies ran a search on the names, they learned the man – 24-year-old Tabor Wright – had an outstanding warrant out of Harris County for making a Terroristic Threat. Captain DeFoor said Tabor Wright was booked into the Liberty County Jail on that warrant.
Property Protest Deadline: An important notice, the deadline to file a protest with the Liberty County Central Appraisal District over assessed property values has changed. That deadline has always been May 31, but it moves to an earlier time this year of May 15. Liberty County Director of Appraisals Jason Strickland said notices of property value increases will be mailed out next week, only to those whose property values increased by more than $500 over last year. For information, call the Liberty County C.A.D. office in Liberty at 936-336-5722. The appraisal district’s website can be accessed from – just click on the government link under local information tab.
Liberty Drainage Repairs: Liberty City Council met Tuesday night and agreed to pay Patriot Construction and Industrial to repair a section of slope failure on the city’s Main “A” Drainage ditch at the Travis Street bridge. The cost is $31,715 for the work. Liberty City Manager Gary Broz said Water Control and Improvement District #5 has used sheet pilings they will donate to the project at no to cost the city. The sheet pilings are thick, interlocking vertical boards or planks used to create a continuous wall to shore up the sagging embankment at Main “A”.
Obituaries: Johnnie Sue McCullough, 66, of Wallisville. Service is 1 p.m. today at St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Wallisville (Proctor’s). Rita McPherson Meadows, 69, of Crosby. Service is 10 a.m. Friday at First Assembly of God in Dayton (PSFH). Geneva Hattie Hanel Parick, 83, of Dayton. Service is 10 a.m. Friday at St. Anne’s Catholic (PSFH).
*Lake Release: 28,400 CFS – Liberty Bridge 25.67 ASL*


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