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Daily Radiogram

September 17, 2018

Monday, September 17, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 176 Monday, September 17, 2018
Life Sentence: A North Liberty County man was sentenced to life in prison Friday. 28-year-old Melvin Adalberto Morales-Rivas was convicted of murdering his neighbor back in June 2016. Jurors deliberated for just under 3 hours before finding Morales–Rivas guilty of killing 45-year-old Vicente Rodriguez, allegedly due to a dispute over a weed eater. Liberty County DA Logan Pickett did not ask jurors for a particular sentence, leaving that decision entirely to the jury’s discretion. Jurors were informed Morales–Rivas had been previously deported and then reentered the United States illegally. There is an immigration detainer in effect, and Melvin Morales–Rivas is to be deported again once he has served his life sentence for murder. He will be eligible for parole consideration once he has served 30 years of his sentence, minus the two years he was jailed awaiting trial.
Constable Joslin Trial: After deliberating for several hours last Wednesday, a jury in the Jefferson County Court at Law announced they were deadlocked on a perjury charge against Liberty County Precinct #6 Constable John Joslin. The perjury trial ended with a hung jury, but prosecutors say they will try Constable Joslin again on that charge. Joslin was indicted on the misdemeanor perjury charge by a Jefferson County Grand Jury in January of 2016. Additionally, there were two allegations of second degree felony tampering with governmental records. Court records show that those felonies against Constable John Joslin were dismissed by 253rd District Judge Chap Cain on April 21, 2017. He has continued to serve as constable.
Football: Week 3 of the high school football season is in the books. Liberty is now 3-0 after thrashing Livingston 55-0. Porter beat Dayton 48-16. The Broncos are now 0-3 on the season. Hardin squeaked past KIPP Sunnyside 36-34. Hull-Daisetta shutout Sabine Pass 50-0. Barbers Hill defeated Kingwood Park 35-7. In other action, it was Warren over West Hardin 22-20. Beaumont Kelly topped Tarkington 25-23, and Diboll rolled past Cleveland 42-0. East Chambers beat Hamshire-Fannett 35-7 while Anahuac bested Bridge City 13-6 and Woodville blanked Hardin Jefferson 41-0.
Obituaries: Annie Auteen Dixon Sparks, 90, of Dayton. Service is 2 p.m. today at Pace-Stancil in Dayton.
*Lake Release: 6,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 10.64 ASL*


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