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Paris Police Report For Wednesday (Jan 23)

Jason Don Prunty Officers made a traffic stop in the 100-block of SE 16th Tuesday morning before 11:00.  The driver, Jason Don Prunty, 36, and passenger, both had outstanding municipal court traffic warrants. Police found Prunty in possession of methamphetamine. Paris Police worked a burglary of a business Tuesday morning ...

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Hopkins County Chamber Connection

By Lezley Brown The Chamber has moved to its temporary location as of Friday, January 18. Our new location is 128-A Jefferson Street which is a bit misleading. If you are looking for us, we are in the small building across from First Baptist Church and next to First Presbyterian ...

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Sulphur Springs Woman Faces 1st-Degree Felony Narcotics Charges

An investigation by Special Crimes Unit Officers led to the arrest Tuesday of a Sulphur Springs woman on first-degree felony drug charges. During the investigation, 14 grams of methamphetamine was purchased from 25-year-old Lorene Leann DeLeon. She was arrested on two warrants for Manufacture and Delivery of more than four ...

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Candidates For Sulphur Springs City Council

Doug Moore has filed the paperwork to seek election to the Sulphur Springs City Council for Place 6. Incumbent Emily Glass filed for re-election last week, and incumbent Freddie Taylor says he expects to file as well.

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Commerce Police Chief Resigns

Commerce Director of Public Safety Chris Bassham Commerce Police Chief Jason Rector has resigned his position, but no reason was disclosed. Commerce Fire Chief Chris Bassham has been appointed to the newly created position of Director of Public Safety and will oversee both the Fire Department and the Police Department.    

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Washington State Men Face Multiple Charges In ATM Fraud

Two Seattle men were arrested by Texarkana Police for using homemade credit cards to withdraw money from area ATM machines. Officers recovered about $6,000 in cash and a quantity of the fake cards. Investigators believe the men got the information to make the cards from skimmers located in Texas and ...

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Mt Pleasant Man Faces Multiple Charges

Titus County arrested 31-year-old Daven Tremaine Shine, of Mt Pleasant, on multiple charges. He’s accused of Tampering/Fabricating Physical Evidence with the Intent to Impair, Possession of a Controlled Substance, a warrant for Injury to a Child, and a warrant for Assault Causing Bodily Injury. Bond is $19,500.

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More Arrests Result From September Raid In Hughes Springs

Mugshots not available A raid on a residence in Hughes Springs in September of 2018 led to the arrest of 40-year-old Oscar Dean Davis, Jr., on federal charges. In a new development, Hughes Springs Police Chief Randy Kennedy said Tuesday that six more people have been arrested. They are 54-year-old ...

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East Texas Manslaughter Suspect Waives Trial

Gregg County Jail An  East Texas man charged with manslaughter and racing in connection to a crash that killed his sister and his fiancé will plead guilty to the charges against him. Reportedly, 20-year-old Chad Malone, of Longview, will let a jury decide his sentence. His co-defendant, 21-year-old Davin Davis, ...

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Reward Offered For Vandalism At Hunt County Barn In Commerce

A $1,000 reward has been offered by Hunt County Crimestoppers for information leading to the arrest of whoever is responsible for damaging the Hunt County barn in Commerce. Some heavy equipment was damaged during the incident, which is believed to have happened sometime Tuesday.

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What Women Would Do With More Time

A new survey conducted by OnePoll, on behalf of Garnier Fructis, revealed that if women had extra time in their day they would: 49% sleep 36% read 29% exercise 22% learn a new hobby Other findings: 50% say they’ve given up a hobby because they didn’t have time for it ...

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Two-Thirds Of Singles In Their 20s Still Live With Their Parents

How old were you when you permanently moved out of your parent’s home? Researchers at Loughborough University in the U.K. found that more than two-thirds of single adults in their 20s are still living at home in order to save money, all the while costing their parents big bucks. Researchers ...

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Oscar Meyer Seeking New Wienermobile Driver

If you’re looking for a new and very unique job you could apply to be a driver of the Oscar Meyer Weirnermobile. The hot dog company said it is accepting applications until January 31 to be the newest “Hotdogger,” Oscar Meyer’s term for Weinermobile drivers. The job begins in June ...

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Luke’s Snowy Backyard In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Luke Bryan recently bought his children a snow-making machine. When temps dipped in Tennessee he brought out the machine and covered a portion of his backyard in fluffy white snow so his kids could play in it. Whiskey Riff claims Eric Church is releasing his first three albums, ”Sinners Like Me”, ”Carolina”, ...

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Wood County Fatal

Troopers responded to a one-vehicle fatal crash shortly before 3:00 pm Monday on FM-14 in Wood County. It was 9.5 miles north of Hawkins. Preliminary crash investigation revealed that the driver of a 1999 Ford F-150, Bobby Ray Turbeville, 77, of Mineola, was traveling north on FM-14 when the vehicles ...

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Paris Police Report For Tuesday (Jan 22)

Anthony William Murillo Paris Police arrested Anthony William Murillo, 28, of Paris, in the 1500-block of Lamar after he allegedly swung a machete at a victim stating that he was going to kill him. Murillo was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and later transferred to the Lamar ...

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Pittsburg Man Jailed In Gregg County

Longview Police arrested 31-year-old Eugene Evans, of Pittsburg, over the weekend on a Camp County warrant for a motion to adjudicate guilt on a charge of assault on a Public Servant. He was being held in the Gregg County Jail on $10,000 bond.

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Texas And Louisiana Eye Doctors Offering Refs Free Exams

Some eye doctors in Louisiana and Texas are offering free exams to NFL referees after the Saints’ controversial loss to the Rams Sunday in the NFC championship game. A sportsbook in New Jersey is refunding bets made on the game because officials failed to call a penalty on a Rams ...

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