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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 132 Wednesday, August 14, 2019


Two teenage girls badly injured: There was a two vehicle crash yesterday morning in front of Dayton High School on State Highway 321. The female driver, reportedly age 16, was Gabriella Wilkerson said to badly injured when she was airlifted from the accident Tuesday morning. Her passenger, also a female with the same last name –Alexandra Wilkerson - age 15. She was said to be seriously hurt but awake and alert. Her injuries were thought to less serious than those of driver. Both were airlifted to a Houston Hospital. The teens were both seat belted but in an older truck not equipped with air bags. Dayton Police Sgt. Karr said the girls were leaving the High school parking lot, failed to yield the right of way and were “T-boned” by the 18 wheeler. Driver of the big rig was not hurt. Police said that driver was Emmanuel Craft -37 of Richmond, Texas. Witnesses told us the two girls were cut from their vehicle by the Dayton VFD Rescue Squad. ****************************************************

Huntsman Sold: Huntsman Corporation, with Texas plants in Dayton, Port Neches and near Alvin has agreed to sell its five chemical businesses to a company known as Indorama Ventures, headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand. The sale is not expected to be final until late this year with no plans to change their workforce, said to be less than 100.


Suicide: A former Corrigan police officer who was a Cleveland resident, Joe Marvin Robertson Jr., was arrested Friday for alleged Theft by Public Servant and Official Oppression. Then Monday morning, he died in an apparent suicide in Cleveland. Robertson had been with the Corrigan Police Department since May of this year. In 2018, Robertson was working for the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office when he was jailed in Cleveland for unpaid traffic tickets. Polk County District Attorney Lee Hon confirmed Monday morning that Robertson was facing charges there and was being investigated by the Texas Rangers.


Heat Wave: According the US National Weather Service for Houston-Galveston a weak frontal passage midweek will increase cloud cover and bring increased chances of showers & thunderstorms this afternoon into tomorrow. This will hopefully help to bring us a break from the excessive heat we've been dealing with the past week. The US National Weather Service reminds us to take precautions to protect against the heat and check on those without A/C.


Obituaries: Billy Wayne Edmondson, Sr., 73, of Hull. Funeral Service is Thursday at 10 a.m. at Life Point Church in Daisetta (F&F). Kenneth Flournoy, 80, of Liberty. Memorial Service is Saturday at 2pm at Allison Funeral Service.


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