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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 137 Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Inmates Captured: When a routine cell check was made early Tuesday morning in the Liberty County Jail it was found that two inmates had escaped in the early morning hours. Liberty County Sheriff Bobby Rader said investigators discovered they escaped custody between 1 am and 2 am. Fugitives Clay Harvey-44 and Chance Marshal-28 were free 12 to 14 hours before Liberty County Sheriffs Dept. with assistance from the San Jacinto County Sheriffs Dept. and Texas Rangers. Liberty Co. Sheriff Bobby Rader said trained canine were instrumental in capturing the escapees in Shepherd of San Jacinto Co.
Guilty: A Moss Hill man, Christopher Cassity, 35 was convicted last week in the 75th District Court of Judge Mark Morefield on 3 felony charges. During a traffic stop some time ago, Cassity refused to follow instructions and was found to have a large machete, illegal drugs, and no driver’s license. Cassity then later tried to find the arresting officer while free on bail. That charge included a felon in possession of a firearm and more drug possessions. Last week, the jury found him guilty on the three felony charges. Sentencing is set for September 9th.
Blood Drive: There will be a blood drive this Friday at First Liberty National Bank on the courthouse square in Liberty. That one is set for 1 to 6 p.m. Then Thursday, August 29th from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. there will be another blood drive at the First United Methodist Church in Liberty in the fellowship hall.
Working Animals: This November, in addition to voting for candidates for various offices, Texans will be casting their ballots for Texas Constitutional Amendments. State Representative District 18 Ernest Bailes was recently on a Party Line program. He talked about Proposition 10. Under the state's Local Government Code, a retiring police dog or working animal is classified as salvage or surplus property and, according to code, surplus or salvage property can be auctioned, donated to a civic or charitable organization, or even destroyed. Ernest Bailes said this proposition, if passed would allow animals to be transferred to handlers. Prop 10, would allow agencies to transfer a dog, horse, or another animal to the animal's handler or another qualified person if it is in the animal’s best interest.
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.18 ASL*



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