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Thursday November 29, 2012

Thursday, November 29, 2012, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 27, No. 223 Thursday, November 29, 2012

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Guilty: Following a little over an hour deliberating, the jury found Jared Len Cruse guilty of sexual assault of a child while acting in concert with others. The sentencing phase of the trial began just after lunch. Within 12 minutes the jury handed down a sentence of life in prison. All Nine News learned Mr. Cruse had been offered a plea deal of either 25 years with out parole or 35 years with the possibility of parole. Allegedly Jared Len Cruse turned down both offers.

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Substation: Work has begun on the long planned electrical substation to supply Boomerang Tube in Liberty. Liberty City Manager Gary Broz said completing the substation to supply power solely to Boomerang is expected to take roughly one year. He said each year Boomerang shuts down between Christmas and New Years day for routine maintenance and inspections. It is hoped the new substation will be ready to go on line by mid-December 2013. That way the switchover can be made during the plant’s planned shutdown period.

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All-State: Four local girls have been named to the Class 3-A All State Volleyball team by the Texas Girls Coaches Association. From the Liberty Lady Panthers squad, all-state selections are senior Allison Meche and freshman Kaitlyn Slack. The Tarkington Lady Longhorns also had two girls picked, they are both seniors, Hannah Jackson and Rachel Sharp.

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Rader – Increase Patrols: Liberty County Sheriff Elect Bobby Rader said tough economic times always mean an increase in crimes, mostly theft. Bobby Rader recently told Dayton Rotarians about his plans to use intensified patrols in high crime areas to combat the problem. He said he feels it’s important to maintain a strong patrol presence in areas prone to theft or where high drug traffic is suspected. That way deputies can identify and keep track of coming and going of individuals who frequent those areas.

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Longhorns: The University of Texas Longhorns are back in action this Saturday. They are on the road at Kansas State with a 7 p.m. kick off. As for the Houston Texans, they are in Tennessee Sunday to face the Titans. That game kicks off at noon Sunday. You can listen to both games on KSHN Radio.

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*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.14 ASL

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