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Daily Radiogram

Friday, September 20, 2019

Friday, September 20, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 157 Friday, September 20, 2019
Infant Body Found: It was shortly after 4 PM Tuesday evening when the Liberty County Sheriffs Department got word that a child’s body had been discovered in a wooded area just outside the Liberty City limits. The infant was discovered along CR 142 just off of FM 563 in south Liberty County. According to Captain Ken Defoor, public information officer for Sheriff Bobby Rader, the body was the skeletal remain of what appeared to be a newborn child found in a shallow grave. Sheriff’s lead Investigator James R. McQueen said it was not possible to determine the age, gender, or a possible cause of death. However, Investigator McQueen said the remains will be submitted for autopsy and no determination about the baby’s fate or identity will be made until that examination is complete. The Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help with information regarding this child’s death. If you can help contact the Sheriff’s office at (936) 336-4500 or the Multi-County Crime Stoppers organization at 1-800-392-STOP (7867). All callers to Crime Stoppers will remain anonymous and those with useful information may receive a cash reward.
Closures: Some closures around our area KSHN.COM has confirmed include the following school districts: Liberty ISD, Hardin ISD, Cleveland ISD, Tarkington ISD, Dayton ISD, Beaumont ISD, East Chambers ISD, and Hull-Daisetta ISD. Liberty, Tarkington, Dayton and Hull Daisetta have also stipulated no extracurricular activities. In addition, the Liberty County Courthouse and Annexes will remain closed Friday. In addition, Liberty County Judge Jay Knight has enacted a curfew for the county from 8 pm until 6 am. Work travel will be allowed during those curfew hours.
Flooding: Here at the official National Weather Service rain gauge maintained at the KSHN.COM studio, 27.5 inches of rain were recorded from 7 a.m. Tuesday through 4 p.m. Thursday. Other areas around our county were upwards of 36 inches of rain and more. In the city of liberty alone there were more than 30 separate high water rescue. Liberty Fire Chief Brian Hurst had high praise for both the volunteers and paid personnel as well as the help that came in from Dayton and Batson. Most major roadways and back streets through out southeast Texas experienced some level of flooding. The Hwy 321 underpass in Dayton was closed early Thursday and remained closed all day. Hwy 321 between Dayton and Cleveland quickly became impassable. The Texas Department of Transportation reported I 10 was under water from approximately 146 in Mont Belvieu through to almost Beaumont. TxDot closed the interstate and began detouring traffic north on 146 through Dayton. As the water receded, travel difficulties began to ease, but in some areas, water remains over roadways. Use caution when traveling and heed warnings from local officials.
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Bridge: 20.43 ASL @ 6 p.m. 9/19/19*



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