Texas A&M University-Commerce formally introduced Craig Case as its new volleyball coach Thursday. Case has served the last four seasons as head volleyball coach at Valley City State University in Valley City, North Dakota. Hear the complete press conference above.
Greenville – A new arrest warrant has been ordered for a Greenville woman, indicted on a charge of attempted capital murder.
18-year-old Lola Danielle Cherry failed to appear for an arraignment hearing Wednesday. As a result, a judge ordered Cherry's bond revoked, ordered a new arrest warrant for her and set a new bond at $50,000 cash only upon Cherry's arrest.
Cherry originally turned herself in to Greenville Police on Jan. 5.
Greenville – A Collin County man has pleaded not guilty to robbing a Greenville bank. Justine DeShaun Simmons, of McKinney, was arraigned Wednesday in connection to a September 2009 holdup at the Bank of America.
An interim hearing has been scheduled for June 22 in the case.
Simmons was arrested two days following the alleged holdup. He was said to have provided investigators a full confession of his involvement in the robbery, as well as the name of an alleged accomplice.
Greenville – Regional airports will be on the discussion block Friday in Greenville. The Texas Department of Transportation is hosting a meeting to review and update information for airports in the Texas airport system.
Airports to be discussed include Majors Field in Greenville, City of Commerce, Caddo Mills and Sulphur Springs municipal airports and the Franklin County airport in Mt. Vernon.
Commerce – Commerce K9 Officer Amanda Taylor and her partner Rocco played an important role in two cases that were being investigated on Wednesday, May 19 by the Commerce Police Department and Commerce ISD Police Department.
In one instance, the K9 was summoned to Commerce High School were it was reported that a smell of burnt marijuana was coming from one of the student locker rooms. K9 Rocco was able to pinpoint the source of the smell as he alerted to one of the stalls in the locker room.