Paris – A 2010 robbery at the drive thru of a Paris bank will mean 35 years behind bars for a local teenager.
19-year-old Trevor Allen Sartor was sentenced this week for the crime, which occurred at the drive thru of Bank of America in Paris.
Sartor was one of three suspects in the robbery but it was determined that Sartor fired a shotgun through the window of a vehicle forcing the driver to hand over money. The driver was injured by flying glass.
Commerce – Texas A&M University-Commerce Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Larry Lemanski has offered additional information on the university's recent expansion to four academic colleges.
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board approved the move on April 4.
Greenville – The Greenville Parks and Recreation Administrative Offices have moved to the Municipal Building, located at 2821 Washington Street.
Parks Director Colby VanGundy and his staff including Recreation Manager Brett Quarles, Recreation Coordinator Kimber Patterson, and Recreation Clerk Sherry Green have relocated from the Municipal Annex building on Johnson Street to the space at City Hall recently vacated by GEUS Customer Service.
Greenville – A Rains County woman faces additional charges related to already one of the biggest identity theft investigations locally.
26-year-old Stephanie Marie Bain, of Point, was indicted by the Hunt County Grand Jury Friday on three counts of engaging in organized activity and one count of fraudulent use of identifying information.
An interim hearing is scheduled for May 25, the same day Bain is to appear on seven previous indictments.