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Daily Radiogram

Friday, December 6, 2019

Friday, December 06, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 203 Friday, December 6, 2019
Animal Experts weigh in: Last month a Liberty woman Christine Rollins, 59, was found dead in a Chambers County yard by the homeowner. The Jefferson County Medical Examiner ruled her death accidental. The autopsy report said Ms. Rollins bled to death due to injuries caused by a feral hog attack. Sheriff Brian Hawthorne told yesterday the investigation continues, and the news of it has spread around the world. Many experts that specialize in animal attacks are now involved. Sheriff Hawthorne said more and more of those experienced with animal attacks are in agreement with the same conclusion as the Jefferson County Medical Examiner. Ms Rollins was indeed attacked and killed by feral hogs.
Safer Holidays: Beware, while you are shopping for the perfect gift. Thieves are also out in full force trying to steal what is yours from the good folks that make up most of our communities. On a recent Partyline program Liberty Police Department’s Jacob Cantu said with a few simple actions you can make it harder for those reprobates to make you their victim. Officer Cantu urged that you need to make sure your vehicle is locked. Even still don’t leave valuables in your vehicle where they can be seen. Officer Cantu says by doing the right things like Locking, Taking, or Hiding there is still a chance the bad guys will break in. Don’t leave boxes of Christmas treasures where they can been. Same is true with those boxes placed where they can be seen in trash receptacles in front of your home. That’s a clear tip of what’s inside inviting the crooks to come on in.
Mailing Deadlines: U.S. Postal Service mailing deadlines for pre-Christmas delivery are fast approaching. That’s especially true for packages headed overseas to those in the military. Next Wednesday, December 11, is the last day to send packages by Priority Mail to most military addresses worldwide. Express mail delivery in time for Christmas is Wednesday, December 18. Now, here are some non-military mailing deadlines. This Saturday, December 7, is the cutoff for those sending First Class Mail to locations in Asia, the Pacific Rim, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe or the Middle East. As to Priority Mail, December 7 is also the deadline to get delivery to Asia, the Pacific Rim, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe and the Middle East in time for Christmas. The U.S. Postal Service deadline for domestic First Class Mail is December 20. The domestic mailing deadline for Priority Mail is December 21, and Express Service holiday packages need to be sent to U.S. addresses by December 23.
K9 Swearing In: According to a press release from Captain Ken DeFoor from the Liberty County S.O., on Tuesday 3 of the Liberty County Sheriff’s K-9 drug and tracking dogs and their newest addition, K-9 Deputy Dog “Red” paused/or pawed long enough to be officially sworn in by Sheriff Bobby Rader as active K-9 Deputies. The new crime fighters will perform various functions within the department, including in the case of “Red” its public relations. Sworn in on Tuesday was Sgt. Michelle Deshotel’s dog - Jack, Sgt. Paul Young’s dog, Rita and Deputy Jesse Slaughter’s dog, Itai.
Obits: Faye Wendell Brown Gray, 85 of Baytown. Survived by her husband Eddie Gray founder of River Ranch Development in Dayton. Visitation today 6-8 pm at Memorial Baptist Church in Baytown. Service tomorrow 10 am also at the church.
*Lake Release: 1,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 6.82 ASL*


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