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Daily Radiogram

Friday, August 23, 2019

Friday, August 23, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 139 Friday, August 23, 2019
Man Found Dead: The Liberty County Sheriff’s Office was notified Wednesday evening by a family relative that he had just found his uncle, 68 year old Coryle Young, deceased. The body was in a grassy area near his home behind what’s known as the C.C Club on FM 160 North in the Ames area. According to that relative, no one has seen Mr. Young for almost a month a missing person report has not been made to authorities. Sheriff’s Deputies found the body to be badly decomposed. Pct. 1 Justice of the Peace, Stephen Hebert held an inquest and ordered an autopsy. Lead Investigator Robert Dunn said there is nothing to suggest foul play. It is possible he may have died of natural causes however, a final ruling is pending the out come of an autopsy to be held in Jefferson County.
Criminal Justice Center: Liberty County Judge Jay Knight said, in his goal of seeing the county offices designed for more efficiency to accommodate the influx of population, one of three projects he’d like to see, is to build a law enforcement center. That would include moving the sheriff department off of Beaumont Ave, into an area that is not residential. Jay Knight said, in the case of building a law enforcement center, for the foreseeable future, the jail would remain where it is.
Economic Development: Texas State laws limit what a tax funded community development corporation can do when working with residential developments. New Dayton Community Developments Corporation Executive Director Ann Miller said as more of these master planned communities come to the Dayton area, the city and the DCDC will use those to help further develop that area with retail as well as industrial companies looking to locate in this area.
Man Identified: A man found dead in a roadside ditch in Cleveland last Sunday has now been identified as a 20-year-old Magnolia man, Brandon Jace Harris. Early Sunday morning, August 18, Cleveland Police Department received a call in regards to a person lying on their stomach in a ditch along the US 59 feeder road in Cleveland near Wal-mart. Cleveland Police Captain Scott Felts said they do not suspect foul play.
Obituaries: Paula Searles, 52, of Liberty. Service is Saturday at 11 a.m. at Trinity Valley Baptist Church in Liberty (Eternal Rest Funeral Home, Houston). Pamela Ann Monroe, 67, of Liberty. Service Saturday at 2 p.m. at St. Miles Missionary Baptist Church (Proctor’s).
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 7.2 ASL*



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