Greenville – Greenville police have arrested several individuals in connection to an illegal trafficking incident in the City.
The crime occurred at approximately 2:45 a.m. Wednesday, when Office Robert Pemberton pulled over a 2003 Nissan Xterra after it had failed to slow for an emergency vehicle. When he approached the vehicle, he noticed a strong smell of body odor and nine people, some lying on top of each other, in the back.
Commerce – Fall commencement is scheduled for Saturday at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
This year's keynote speaker is Student Regent Anthony Cullins. Cullins was appointed a student regent of the Texas A&M University System in May. He received a bachelor of business administration in management information systems from A&M-Commerce earlier this year and is currently pursuing a master's degree in business administration.
Officials seeking information in recent string of vandalism in Greenville; Two murder suspects drop writs of habeas corpus seeking reduction in bond and appointment of attorney; Reduction in bond denied for Greenville robbery suspect; Texas Rangers seeking woman in connection with injuries to DPS trooper during traffic stop in Fannin County; Dallas City Council votes to toughen smoking ordinance.
Commerce – STars lose and try to figure out what to do with suspended Sean Avery; Pacman Jones injured and possibly out for the season; Colt McCoy is in the running for the Heisman along with Tim Tebow and Sam Bradford; A&M-Commerce defensive lineman Rocky Hope is honored; Lions basketball double-header is at home this Saturday starting at 7pm.
Greenville – A reduction in bond has been denied for a Greenville robbery suspect. Jensen Merral Jones and Antonio Tyrone Sessions, both of Greenville, were each being held in the Hunt County Jail on $75,000 bond on charges of a November 24 robbery in the Alliance Bank parking lot. Bond for Sessions was denied Wednesday, while bond for Jones was lowered to $50,000. Greenville Police Chief Harold Roseberry has credited witnesses who contacted police and provided the suspects license plate number following the incident which led to their arrest.