Greenville – Two suspects remained at large as of Monday following a reported armed robbery at a Greenville business.
Witnesses say two black males entered Domino's Pizza along Wesley Street on Saturday, brandishing a firearm. Employees of the business reported that an undisclosed amount of cash was taken by the suspects.
The suspects left the business in an unknown direction.
Authorities are asking anyone with information concerning this offense to contact Hunt County Crime Stoppers at 903-457-2929.
Greenville – A fatality accident along Interstate 30 yesterday occurred as traffic began to bunch up due to a standoff just up the road.
65-year-old Jerry Garner, of Royse City, was killed after crashing into an 18-wheeler that had stopped in traffic.
At that time, Greenville authorities were attempting to detain a man at the Wesley Street/Exit 93 Bridge, who had allegedly threatened to jump, forcing the closure of the Interstate's east and westbound main lanes.
Greenville – A Collin County woman has pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated robbery.
Melissa Lynn Terrazas was said to have acted with two other women in March in the assault of a female victim in Greenville while attempting to steal her purse.
Under a plea bargain arrangement, Terrazas, of Farmersville, was placed on 10 years probation. She was also sentenced to 100 days in the Hunt County Jail and has also agreed to testify against the remaining alleged co-actors in the offense.
Greenville – Greenville prepares to join a list of Texas cities restricting the sale of K2.
The City Council intends Tuesday to ban the substance outright; prohibiting the use, purchase, possession or sale within city limits.
Commerce, Sulphur Springs, McKinney, Allen, Plano and Mansfield are among other area cities that have either banned the substance entirely, or voted to restrict the product's sale to individuals under 21.
Although sold as incense, K2, when smoked, is said to give a marijuana-like high.
Greenville – Officials are to consider approval this morning of a petition submitted by Quinlan residents to allow for alcohol sales in the City.
If approved by Hunt County Commissioners during its regular meeting today, the item will be placed on the November ballot.
78 signatures are needed on the petition for it to be approved by commissioners. According to Hunt County Elections Administrator Mina Cook, 79 signatures were submitted by the Quinlan Citizens for Economic Progress.