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Daily Radiogram

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Tuesday, August 13, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 131 Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Fatality Flight from Law: A man reportedly fleeing from law enforcement Monday morning was killed when his vehicle crashed on CR 610 near the intersection of FM 1960 in Dayton. Ryan Tenney, 26, of Dayton, was killed when his car rolled multiple times, ejecting him from the vehicle. At about 5 a.m., the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office was alerted to a suspicious vehicle stopped in the roadway of CR 615. According to Capt. Mark Ellington, during the traffic stop, the driver took off while the deputy was standing beside his vehicle. Deputy Kelby Bean attempted to chase the fleeing vehicle but was unsuccessful. A couple of hours later, passersby notified law enforcement of a wrecked vehicle in a pasture along CR 610. The body of the driver was found nearby.
Harris Co. Deputy Arrested: A Harris County sheriff’s deputy, Travis Tanner Fulbright, 29, has been relieved from duty following his Aug. 9 arrest in Liberty County for charges related to a traffic accident. The Texas Department of Public Safety sought a warrant for Fulbright’s arrest after he allegedly picked up his girlfriend from a crash scene to avoid prosecution. Fulbright was booked in at the Liberty County Jail on Aug. 9 but has since been released on a $1,500 personal recognizance bond.
Back to School: We have already reported most of the back to school dates in Liberty County. Now as we draw close to the big days for all seven of the county schools, let’s do a recap of when each school district will head back to class. The Devers Schools, who begins a new four day school week announced several months ago has been back in class since last week. Chronically, here are the start dates for all the other Liberty County schools. Classes open this Thursday in three school districts – in Dayton and in Hardin and Hull Daisetta. Again those classes begin the day after tomorrow on Thursday. In Liberty ISD school doors open a week from today on Tuesday, August 20th. The two remaining school systems don’t ring their school bells until two weeks from tomorrow on Wednesday August 28th --- that’s in both Tarkington and Cleveland. So let make on heart felt plea to local drivers. Please be careful. With thousands of children racing for buses and crossing streets their families are counting on you to be extra cautious so we don’t have any heart breaking tragedies that none of us will forget, watch for school buses too.
Obituaries: Bertha Mae Casey, 94, of Anahuac. Funeral service is Friday at 10 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Anahuac (SFH).
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 6.98 ASL*


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