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Daily Radiogram

Monday, April 16, 2018

Monday, April 16, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 71 Monday, April 16, 2018
Dayton Water Dept.: Stunning news is coming from the City of Dayton involving the resignation and termination of 3 long time employees. In early March, City of Dayton management asked the Dayton Police Department to begin an investigation into apparent customer favoritism by employees of the utility department. During their investigation police found there were several instances of misconduct, poor management, lack of leadership and what the police report called possible criminal activity on the part of Layla Small, Red McDaniel and Jerrilynn Reed, all three employee’s or supervisors in the Dayton Utility Department. Dayton City Manager Theo Melonson said the investigation into theses allegations is ongoing. In the meantime, the three employees, Leyla Small, Red McDaniel and Jerrilynn Reed have all been terminated or resigned.
LHS Lit Crit: They’ve done it again. For the 14th year in a row, the Liberty High School Literary Criticism team will compete in the state U.I.L. meet. The team won first place at UIL academic regional competition. Next month they will make their 14th consecutive appearance at the state UIL academic meet. In the regional meet, team member TaNia Donatto captured first place, Keaton Parker placed second, Emily Connelly, third place, and team member Wyatt Tilley came in fifth. Congratulations to the Liberty High Lit Crit team and their Coach Randy Gunter.
Life: A 60-year-old Hull man William Thad Greenwood has been sentenced to life in prison for the sexual assault of a young relative. A jury in the 75th District Court of Mark Morefield found him guilty of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child. When the punishment phase ended on Wednesday, Judge Morefield sentenced Greenwood to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Before trial, the defendant had elected to have Judge Morefield sentence him if he was found guilty.
Drug Arrest: A Houston woman, Ester Perez, 28 employed as a deputy clerk at the Liberty County Clerk’s Office for about 3 months, was arrested at the Liberty County Courthouse Wednesday on drug conspiracy charges. Arrested separately is another suspect in the same case. Gary Allen Patterson, 50, with a Liberty address. Both, at last report, remain in federal custody.
*Lake Release: 8,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 14.94 ASL*


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