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Daily Radiogram

Monday, January 13, 2020

Monday, January 13, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 8 Monday, January 13, 2020
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Free Gun Locks: The Dayton Police department has free child safety gun locks available at their dispatch offices. Dayton Police Chief Rob Vine said these are for all members of the public, not just residents of Dayton. The gun locks work on both rifles and hand guns and are free to anyone who asks. Chief Vine said even those who live alone, with no children, should keep in mind, curious visitors. The Dayton Police Chief also stressed educating kids on gun safety. He said take the opportunity to teach children how dangerous guns can be, don’t just hide them, or insist kids to “not touch”. In addition, he said his department would be happy to have one of their officers come to your event to talk about gun safety, for both kids and adults. You can pick up a free gun lock from the Dayton Police Department on State Highway 321.
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Chamber Luncheon: The next Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon is set for Wednesday at Liberty Center. The Speaker for this month’s luncheon is Deputy Josh Cummins of the Liberty County Sheriff’s Department. Deputy Cummins will be explaining to those in attendance, at this Monthly Chamber Luncheon, what the average citizen needs to do to survive an attack like what happened recently in the White Settlement Church near Fort Worth. Cost of the meal is $12.00 and serving begins at 11:45 a.m. Attendees do not have to be a member of the Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce to attend but they do ask that those attending to please make reservations by calling 936-336-5736.
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Arrest: A report of two arrests and two pending arrests stemming from the August escape of two Liberty County Jail inmates. Bluebonnet news first reported two former correctional officers at the Liberty County Jail – Debra Korhorn, 61, and Teri Smith, 32 – have been arrested and charged with Tampering with a Government Document stemming from the Aug. 20, 2019, escape of two prisoners. Deputy Investigator Shandalyn Rhame learned five prisoners were initially planning to escape but two entire dorms of prisoners potentially could have escaped. The two escapees – Clay Sterling Harvey, 44, and Chance Marshall Hunt, 28 – enjoyed only a half-day of freedom before they were re-arrested in San Jacinto County on Aug. 20, 2019. Harvey remains now in the Liberty County Jail awaiting trial. Chance Hunt has already been sentenced to 15 years in prison for Escape while arrested or Confined and three years for Manufacture or Delivery of a Controlled Substance.
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Bronco Soccer: The Dayton Lady Bronco Soccer team continues to improve. On Saturday in the Cajun Classic Invitational Soccer tourney the Dayton girls came up with a solid victory over Hardin Jefferson 3-1. For Dayton Freshman Alondra Sanchez scored twice while Belinda Torres, a senior hammered home one goal. Girls soccer Coach Chris McCombs was pleased with what she called an outstanding effort despite being without two regulars- Elvira Deleon and Maxilu Cisneros were sidelined by injuries. The Dayton Ladies are now 3-3 on the season and face Livingston on the road, Tuesday.
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Obituaries: Cynthia Ann Knerr Fencil, 50, of Dayton, passed away on December 23, in Baytown. Graveside services for Mrs. Fencil will be 2:00 p.m., this Wednesday, at Magnolia Park Cemetery in Dayton.
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*Lake Release: 2,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 8.67 ASL*
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