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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Thursday, January 31, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 21 Thursday, January 31, 2019
Repeat Offender Sentenced: A Liberty man has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for the latest in a long string of felony convictions. Liberty County District Attorney Logan Pickett said 47-year old Donald Ray Redmond Jr. was – at his request - given trial by judge in the 75th District Court of Judge Mark Morefield. The defendant was found guilty of Manufacture and Delivery of a Controlled Substance. During sentencing, evidence was presented that Donald Redmond Jr had 18 prior felony convictions - 11 of those for Delivery of Controlled Substance. His non-violent felony convictions began in 1992 with the final previous conviction in 2014. Donald Redmond Jr. faced a punishment range of 25 years to life in prison. The defendant asked for probation, but Judge Morefield instead sentenced Redmond to 35 years behind bars. He will be eligible for parole in less than five years.
Peace Officer Academy: On January 28, 19 men and women began instruction in the Basic Peace Officers Academy offered by the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office. Training Coordinator is Deputy Josh Cummins. Speaking recently to the Liberty Rotary Club, he said they offer the Basic Peace Officers Academy every other year operating as a satellite for the College of the Mainland. Graduates of the last sheriff’s academy all passed the state license exam on the first try and did so with higher test scores than other College of the Mainland satellite academies.
DISD Wall of Fame: Just one more day remains for this year’s nominations for the Dayton ISD “Wall of Fame”. Tomorrow is the deadline for nominating a former professional employee of the Dayton school district for that honor. The “Wall of Fame” salutes special educators who have contributed mightily to the education of youth in the district. To be eligible, nominees must have been a professional employee, including administrators, teachers, counselors, librarians and nurses. Nomination forms are available on the district’s website and during business hours at the administration building. For information, call 936-258-2667. Access the Dayton ISD website from
Obituaries: Marian Etter Warner, 73, of Hull. Service 2 p.m. Friday at Hardin Baptist (AFS). Joyce Beatrice Ames, 77, of Beaumont. Service 10 a.m. Saturday at Guedry Cemetery (AFS).
*Lake Release: 13,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 24.88 ASL*


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