Greenville – Two local men have been indicted for murder in connection to a February shooting death.
The Hunt County Grand Jury Friday handed down the charges against Tyron Learone McCurdy and Bernard dale Kelly Jr., both of Greenville. An unidentified juvenile was also named in the indictment, which stems from the shooting death of 22-year-old Treybbian Leekey Nelson, also of Greenville.
Commerce – Commerce Police are working to resolve an issue when emergency calls are placed using a cell phone.
They say there's a glitch where sometime a call will be routed to a different agency. According to a statement, police will work to determine the location of which towers and which carriers are in the city, then test the systems before working with the actual cell phone carrier.
Paris – A 23-year-old Paris man is found dead just hours after reports he had an argument with his girlfriend.
The body of Christopher David Julian was found in his parents' home last Thursday night.
According to authorities, Julian allegedly had jumped out of a moving car on Highway 271 North, just outside the city limits, during the argument. His girlfriend is then said to have taken him to his parent's house where he was treated him for his injuries.
Paris – Paris police are confirming preliminary reports that a truck driver struck a line of vehicles as they were stopped for road construction, causing a seven car pileup Thursday.
The accident resulted in two persons, including an eight-month-old child, to be airlifted to Dallas-area hospitals. Authorities say the adult that was seriously injured is David Montes, of Honey Grove. As of this afternoon, the extent of neither he nor the child's injuries was known.
Greenville – A more than $20 million project designed to treat the City of Greenville's sewer discharge is nearly halfway complete.
Officials broke ground on the project last July. The new Sequencing Batch Reactor Wastewater Treatment Plant is being built next to the current Wastewater Reclamation Center along Division St. The facility will replace the existing building, which had become outdated.
As of this week, the project was reportedly 53 percent complete.