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Daily Radiogram

Monday, December 2, 2019

Monday, December 02, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 199 Monday, December 2, 2019
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Armed Robbery: Dayton police reported on Wednesday night before Thanksgiving, there was an armed robbery in Dayton. According to Dayton Police, the Family Dollar, located in the 500 Block of US 90 in Dayton, was robbed at gunpoint Wednesday night by two men described by Dayton Police as black males dressed in black with their faces covered around 8:. The two men, one armed with a handgun, demanded that store clerks open the cash register. After taking an undetermined amount of cash the duo fled the store. Dayton Police Captain John Colman said both were dressed in black with faces covered. One was around 5-feet 11-inches tall and the other was shorter, at about 5-feet 5-inches tall. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Dayton Police Department at 936-258-7621.
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Body Found in River: The body of what appears to be a white male was found in the Trinity River the day before Thanksgiving. We learned from Justice of the Peace Larry Wilburn that he thought the deceased was an adult male but small in stature Judge Wilburn estimated the body was 5’5” to 5’ 7” tall, 145 to 150 pounds and estimated to be 20 to 30 years of age. He said there was no obvious cause of death but he had been dead for two weeks or so. The man had no shoes but he did have channel lock pliers in his trouser pocket. There were some tattoos including what appeared to be a chain tattoo around his arm. Little is known about the deceased other than he will undergo an autopsy in Jefferson County, perhaps today.
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Arrest: Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne reports that 6 of the 9 persons involved in the alleged home invasion have been arrested and are in custody in the Chambers County Jail and a juvenile detention facility. The invasion he believes to be a “Drug Rip” (where one drug dealer steals from another drug dealer), and not a true home invasion as initially reported by the occupants in the residence on Elleby Avenue. The 2 occupants of the home are Trenton Christopher McBride, 19, who appears to be the shooter, and whom he claims he was defending, his roommate, 21 year old Jose Guadalupe Salazar. Shot and killed in the altercation was Isia Lewis, a 17 year old male.
Placed under arrest, were Kevon Dandre Wright, 17, Julian Karpovich, 18, male, both apprehended by Beaumont PD. Mason Bryce Sonnier, 21, male, arrested by Chambers County Sheriff's Office. Rashaun Bishop, 17, male, was shot and was transported to Hermann Hospital in Houston, now he and the other men are being held in the Chambers County Jail. Two juveniles, ages 15 and 16, are currently in the custody of juvenile authorities. The Chambers County Sheriff's Office and the Beaumont PD are actively seeking Donte Mack, 18, male, for his involvement in the incident. If you have any information call 409-267-2500 or Chambers County Crime Stoppers at 844-860-8477.
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Obituaries: Funeral services are pending at Pace Stancil Funeral Service for a well known Dayton man. Dale Brown- age 62, died over the weekend after an extended illness. He was, for a long time active in Dayton community leadership. Dale served both on Dayton City Council and as a trustee on the school board for Dayton ISD where he was also board president for a while. We will have a more complete report when service arrangements are ready at Pace Stancil in Dayton. .
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*Lake Release: 1,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 6.86 ASL*
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