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Daily Radiogram

Friday, February 14, 2020

Friday, February 14, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 30 Friday, February 14, 2020
Jugging: We are told jugging is when the crooks watch the door of a bank. When they see a customer walk out with an envelope that might be cash, the bad guy trails the citizen. When he or she makes a stop they rob him. The Liberty County 75th district court of Judge Mark Morefield recently tried their first bank jugging case. District Attorney Logan Pickett told the jury evidence showed that back in April 2018 a man left the Chase Bank in Humble with an envelope. Two men, one alleged to be Anthony Harbour-age 30 of Houston followed the victim to a job site in Winter Valley Subdivision in Kenefick, near Dayton. There the victim was robbed at gunpoint. The envelope had $2000 in it. Harbour also robbed two other workers of $600 more. However, a witness watched the crime happen and called 911. Before Anthony Harbour got out of Winter Valley, Deputy John Tucker spotted them and affected a felony stop. The jury deliberated for 90 minutes and found Harbour guilty. The jury sentenced Harbour’s to 36 years in TDCJ. DA Pickett said this is a reminder to be aware of your surroundings when leaving banks and ATMs.
Wes Hinch: Wesley Hinch is a candidate for the newly created County Court at Law #2 of Liberty County. Mr. Hinch is a life long Liberty County Resident. On a recent Party Line program Wes Hinch said his experience practicing in the County Court at Law has prepared him to be a judge in the new mostly family law County Court.Wes Hinch is on the ballot with Zack Zbranek, Michelle Mangum-Merendino, Farrah Harper, and Terry Bacon. Early voting is Tuesday February 18th through Friday February 28th. Early voting is at four locations - the Jack Hartel Community Building in Liberty, the Dayton Community Center, the Hardin City Hall and the Cleveland Civic Center. On Election Day, March 3rd voting is 7-7.
Closed: A reminder, the Liberty County Courthouse will be closed Monday in observance of Presidents Day. Municipal offices in Liberty, Dayton and Cleveland will also be closed Monday. In addition, banks and post offices will be closed for the national holiday. However, garbage service will run as scheduled Monday in Liberty and Dayton.
Valentines Day: Valentine’s Day is here again. No surprise, but this is the day set aside each year for love and romance. That sounds good - here are some facts about the day of which we want to share. Based on retail estimates about $27 billion will be spent on Valentine’s Day related purchases this year. Statistically, the average man will spend $291 on Valentine’s Day on the love of his life while women will spend an average of just $106 a year. There will be something like 9 million marriage proposals on Valentine’s Day. It was Britain’s King Henry VII in 1537 who declared February 14th as St. Valentine’s Day.
BNSF: Wednesday, the BNSF Railway announced the Cleveland has been selected as the home of BNSF’s North Houston Logistics Center. BNSF said the Logistics Center will serve the growing Houston market. This business park will be capable of handling multiple commodities from 1100+ acres.
Obits: Patsy Gimnick, 81, of San Antonio, formerly of Liberty, died Wednesday, February 12. Faith & Family Funeral Service in Batson is in charge of arrangements.** Shirley Ethel Schultz Villarreal, 75 of Dayton passed away on February 11. Service will be 1:00 p.m., tomorrow (Sat. Feb. 15) at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.
Lake Release: 11,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 11.56 ASL


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