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New York Man Charged In Hopkins County With Money Laundering

Money background Sulphur Springs Police Department’s K-9 Officer Buddy Williams arrested two men from New York Monday night after a traffic stop at the 128-mile marker on I-30. Further investigation led to the seizure of more than $400,000 in cash.  The officer charged 46-year-old Gilberto C. Rodriguez and 22-year-old Denis ...

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RX Drug Box Placed In Titus County SO Lobby

The Titus County Sheriff’s Office installed a new green prescription drug box in the lobby. The purpose is so residents can dispose of unneeded prescription medications and it is available 24 hours a day. NETCASA awarded the box was to the Sheriff’s Office. It is a program of Next Step ...

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SKYWARN Thursday Night In Sulphur Springs

The National Weather Service and Sulphur Springs Police Department will be presenting training on severe weather spotting and safety Thursday (Feb 6) from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Sulphur Springs City Hall. The free program is referred to as SKYWARN and includes information on how simple weather forms into ...

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Lindale Assistant FB Coach Arrested

Mugshot Not Available Lindale ISD Police arrested a former Lindale Assistant Football Coach for allegedly having an improper relationship with a high school student. They arrested 23-year-old Blake Maddox Tuesday and later released after he posted a $20,000 bond.

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Eustace Man Convicted Of Murdering Pedestrian

A Henderson Couty jury convicted a Eustace of murder. Investigators say 39-year-old Robert Clayton Bradley had intentionally run over 30-year-old Rodney Abbott with his truck while he walked down the road. The jury is now deciding his punishment.

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Northeast Texas Man Guilty Of Federal Drug Trafficking Violations

A 41-year-old Hughes Springs, Texas man has pleaded guilty to federal drug trafficking crimes in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown today. Oscar Dean Davis pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute and distribution of methamphetamine today before U.S. Magistrate Judge Roy S. Payne. According to ...

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Victims Identified, Suspect Arrested In A&M-Commerce Murders

The women killed in the A&M-Commerce shooting incident Monday were 19-year-old Deja Matts, of Garland, a freshman at the university and her 20-year-old sister, Abbaney Matts. The toddler who was injured is the two-year-old son of Abbaney Matts. A hospital treated and released him. Authorities arrested the suspected killer is ...

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Nursing At PJC-Sulphur Springs Center

  Paris Junio College-Sulphur Springs Center Nurse Instructor Kristi Schultz discusses lesson plans with students in her CNA class who are studying to be nurse aides. The students, from left, front row are Jamaica Emmers, Tierra Ellis and Brakeisha Mitchell. Back row is Imelda and Kelly Abbott. Call 903-885-1232 for ...

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NWS SKYWARN Training In Sulphur Springs, Thursday, February 6

The National Weather Service and Sulphur Springs Police Department will present training on severe weather spotting and safety Thursday night from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Sulphur Springs City Hall. The free program is referred to as SKYWARN and includes information on how simple weather forms into thunderstorms and ...

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Sulphur Springs Police Make Major Money Laundering Arrests

ICE.gov Sulphur Springs Police Department’s K-9 Officer, Buddy Williams, arrested two men from New York Monday night after a traffic stop at the 128-mile marker of I-30. Further investigation led to the seizure of a large amount of cash.  He charged 46-year-old Gilberto C. Rodriguez and 22-year-old Denis Menijvar-Contarero each ...

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