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Colorado man in custody after hours-long pursuit across Southeast Texas

TYLER, Texas — A Colorado man wanted for a parole violation is now in police custody in Orange County after eluding police in Southeast Texas for three-and-a-half-hours. It started on Tuesday around 10:30 a.m. when the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office was notified that deputies with the Hardin County Sheriff’s Officer were chasing a BMW car on Highway 69, according to a news release from the Tyler County Sheriff's Office..
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Harris County,

Deputies searching for man who fell off jet ski at San Jacinto River

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas – The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man who fell off a jet ski into the San Jacinto River. Officials said he never resurfaced. Deputies gathered near the water at Loves Marina and Park in Crosby Sunday evening hoping to find some sign of the man. However, he had not been located.
Tyler County, TXOrange Leader

Pursuit begins in Orange, ends in Tyler County

On Tuesday, June 22, at approximately 10:30 a.m. Tyler County Sheriff’s Office was advised Hardin County Deputies were in pursuit of a BMW passenger car on State Hwy. 69. While enroute, deputies learned the pursuit originated in the City of Orange, traveling through Jefferson and Hardin Counties and ended ion a private road just inside Tyler County.
Crosby, TXHouston Chronicle

Man's body found in San Jacinto River near Crosby, sheriff says

A man's body was found Monday in the the San Jacinto River near Crosby, according to Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez. He said units located the man at 12044 Beach St. The discovery is possibly linked to a man who went missing Sunday after falling of a Jet Ski in the area, he said. The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences will determine the man's identity and cause of death.
Crosby, TXHouston Chronicle

Search underway for man who fell off Jet Ski in Crosby area

Authorities are searching for a man who fell off a Jet Ski and did not resurface in the Crosby area, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office. Deputies are searching at 1927 Gulf Pump Road, among a cluster of small bodies of water near the San Jacinto River.
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Amy Christie

Liberty man gets caught after killing his mother’s boyfriend: “He'd do anything in the world for you”

A man has been charged with killing his mother’s former boyfriend in the town of Liberty, Texas. According to the Liberty County Sheriff's Office, 37-year-old Robert Eugene Hoffpaiur argued with 60-year-old Roman Rodriguez. The disagreement centered on his relationship with the suspect’s mother. Unfortunately, the older man lost his life in the dispute.
Liberty County, TXKTRE

New details emerge in Liberty County murder investigation

RYE, Texas (KTRE) - New details have been released regarding the death of a Texas man after being tied to a truck and dragged down the street. Southeast Texas about 40 miles east of Houston. Last Saturday, authorities say a man was found dead after he was tied to the back of his pickup truck and dragged, and then the truck was burned. The truck and body were discovered near the Polk / Liberty County line.

Dayton Noon Lions installs new officers

The 2021-2022 officers for the Dayton Noon Lions were installed after a delicious dinner at the beautiful venue, The Hitchin’ Post. The officers are President – Mike George, 1st Vice President – Alisha Dale, 2nd Vice President – Shanna Lahti, Secretary – Bobbie Bennett, Treasurer – Joan Jones, Tail Twister – Norbet Westmoreland, Lion Tamer – Carolyn Reed, Membership Chair – Betty Williamson, 2nd Year Board Members – Dr. David Beeler and Morris DeFriend, and 1st Year Board Members – Larry Harris and Johnny Parker.
Chambers County, TXKFDM-TV

Man accused of robbing Whataburger, leading deputies on two-county chase

CHAMBERS COUNTY — On Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at approximately 11:29 p.m. Chambers County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched to 8307 Hwy 146 Baytown, Texas (Whataburger) in reference to a robbery in progress. Dispatch advised that the subject that robbed the restaurant was a white male in a Chevrolet Tahoe. The subject insinuated that he had a weapon and threatened to shoot the employees if they did not give him the money from the restaurant. Employees opened the cash register and handed the subject an unknown amount of money. Once the suspect received the money, he drove away.