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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Tuesday, September 30, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 189 Tuesday, September 30, 2014


Chambers Co. Death: Oliver Jarrod Gregoire, age 26, is dead following an altercation with Chambers County law enforcement. Sheriff Brian Hawthorne reports deputies responded to a call Sunday of a man first trying to get into passing vehicles, and then said to have kicked in the door of a home, attacking the resident. When sheriff's deputies got to the home, Gregoire is said to have charged the deputy who deployed his taser. While the man was knocked down, he was able to remove the taser leads and charged the deputy again. Again, the lawman deployed his taser, and again, the suspect was floored. The suspect was handcuffed, although still fighting the deputy. At some point, the 26 year old man became unresponsive and CPR was begun by the deputy.  Medical technicians continued CPR while taking him to a Baytown hospital where Oliver Gregoire was pronounced dead. The Texas Rangers are assisting with the investigation.


Drive One: Thanks to more than 250 test drivers, Robert Dunn, managing partner of BJ Ford, said Dayton High school seniors should have earned at least $5,000 from this past Saturday's Drive One for Your School.


Security Plan: Many people don't think a violent event can happen to them. Dayton Police Sgt. John Coleman said, it is better to have a plan you will never use, than to have a dangerous event occur and be without a plan. Whether it's a home invasion, or a shooting incident in a public place, Sgt. Coleman said you should talk to your family and have a prearranged plan of action tailored to your family's safety needs. Speaking to Dayton Rotarians last week, Sgt. Coleman said our safety can depend on being aware of our surroundings at all times.


Baby Parade: The 2014 Trinity Valley Exposition Baby Parade is not that far away. The long running event is set for Saturday October 11that 10 a.m. in Downtown Liberty. This year's theme is "Little Buckaroos Rodeo Events". Entry forms are available at Sterling Realty and the TVE Office on FM 563 or online. The TVE link is on our homepage. Entry fee is $10. The parade is open to kids' infant through kindergarten. For information call Angie Newkirk at (936) 776 0466.


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