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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Tuesday, June 10, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 111 Tuesday, June 10, 2014

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Armed Robbery: Police are asking for help identifying a possible suspect in an armed robbery that occurred early Monday morning. Liberty PD reports a male held up employees at gunpoint shortly after 2 a.m. at the Jack in the Box on North Main in Liberty. The subject appeared to be a white male, early 20's, wearing grey shorts with black stripes down the side. He was also reportedly wearing a red fitted shirt, grey tennis shoes with grey and black socks, black hat and a black backpack. No one was hurt in the incident. It's estimated the suspect got away with a little more than $400. Anyone with information is asked to call Liberty Police Department at 936-336-5666.

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Cancer Screening: The community is invited to a free oral cancer screening this Friday from 9 a.m. to noon at Cardinal Dental Group, 602 N. Winfree in Dayton. Dr. Robert Seaberg said it's a no obligation, free opportunity to be screened. No appointment is necessary, just show up. Doctors recommend the annual screening for everyone 18 years old and up.

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DaytonVFD BBQ: Dayton volunteer firefighters will hold their annual fund-raiser barbecue this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Volunteer fireman Brent Harrison said those $10 BBQ plates include sliced brisket, beans, green rice and all the fixings. All proceeds benefit the Dayton Volunteer Fire Department for equipment, supplies and training. It all takes place at the fire department on the corner of Winfree and Cook Street in Dayton.

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Alarms: Liberty County Sheriff's Captain Ken Defoor, speaking at the May Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon, said for those who own smaller businesses, security comes down to locks and alarms. He said it's important to remember security needs will vary from business to business. For example, inside the limits of a city like Liberty or Dayton, police response times to an alarm will invariably be faster than the response by rural law enforcement agencies that will most likely be farther away when an alarm goes off. In addition, Capt. Defoor says it's a good idea to leave lights on in your business after hours and window coverings open. That way patrolling officers will be better able to tell if there is anything out of the ordinary going on inside.

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*Lake Release: 1,000 CFS Liberty Bridge: 6.56 ASL*

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