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Daily Radiogram

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Wednesday, October 24, 2012 08:00 - 17:00


Commissioners: Liberty County Commissioners heard a report yesterday from Lynn Greenwood, a professor of Criminology at Texas A & M in Killeen on a budget comparison study she was contracted to do earlier this year. The study was comparing the cost of continuing to contract the jail operations out to a private company and returning operations to the Liberty County Sheriff. In her study, M-rs. Greenwood said the cost per-prisoner per-day for Liberty County should be about $43.70.  However, currently the county is paying $72 per-prisoner per-day. 253rdDistrict Judge Chap Cain urged commissioners to return the operations to the sheriff, and promised if they did, through various programs such as the bond release program the county would save money in the long run.


HobbsArrest: Former Liberty County resident Steven Hobbs, who was living in Crosby at the time of his arrest last October remains in the Harris County Jail facing seven different charges, including murder, capital murder, aggravated sexual assault with a deadly weapon and kidnapping. At the time of his arrest, Harris Co. Sheriff’s Investigators said Steven Hobbs is accused of attacking at least six women, during a nine year period. They have said his DNA matches evidence found at the scene of two killings for which he has been charged. Steven Hobbs is a former resident of this area.


CASA Golf: The 3rdannual golf tournament benefiting the C.A.S.A. Organization of Liberty and Chambers Counties is this Saturday at the Chambers County Golf Course. CASA is a community-based, non-profit organization that provides trained court appointed volunteers to serve as advocates for the best interests of abused and neglected children. For information call Kelly Horne at (936) 334-9000.


Phone Scam: The Liberty Police Department is warning citizens of a scam using a phone, and the Liberty PD phone number. A new phone app for smart phones allows the user to program in what ever number they want to show up on the victim’s caller ID. According to police, in this new scam someone calls, posing as a police officer, with the caller ID showing the main police line, trying to get personal information, such as drivers license, social security number and more. If you receive one of these calls, report it to police, it is a scam.


*Lake Release: 1,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 5.97 ASL*



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