City of Commerce votes to deny toning out of Emergency Corps; Hunt County fugitive turns himself in; A&M-Commerce students to vote on proposed athletic fee in two weeks; Friday is final day to vote early for Tuesday's General Election; Small earthquake reported in Dallas-Forth Worth area overnight.
commerce – Phillies win the World Series; Oklahoma Cuty's debut in the NBA is a loss; Rockets win and play Mavericks tonight; Spurs lose; the Dallas Stars hand Minnesota their first regulation loss of the season; the Cowboys gear up for a big game this Sunday; and there's already 20,000 fans out at Texas Motor Speedway for Sunday's race.
Lone Oak – A not guilty plea has been entered in hit and run accident. Walker Dodson, of Lone Oak, was arraigned Wednesday during a court hearing. Walker is accused of leaving the scene of an accident without providing assistance. The accident occurred on March 23, after he rear ended another vehicle along Joe Ramsey Boulevard in Greenville, injuring two people. Walker was also appointed an attorney Wednesday and a trial date has been set for February 23.
Lone Oak – A Hunt County man has been charged with burning down his own house. Jed Pruitt Hayes, of Lone Oak, was arraigned Wednesday on the charge on a charge of arson. His bond was set at $50,000. The initial calls of the fire came in at around 7:40 p.m. Monday. Personnel with the Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department arrived to find the single story wood frame home completely involved. No injuries were reported, although it was unclear Wednesday whether anyone was inside at the time the fire started.
Greenville man on Texas DPS Top 10 Most Wanted; Greenville City Council votes to repeal increased fee for streets on parade routes; Hunt County man charged with arson to his own house; Lone Oak suspect pleads not guilty to hit and run accident; Irving man given execution sentence after being found guilty for murder of his two children.
Greenville – A local man, recently appearing on the Texas Department of Public Safety's 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, is now in custody.
In the past couple days; Hunt County Crime Stoppers have received several tips as to the location of Alfred Green, Jr.
The information released by the DPS earlier this week indicated Green is wanted on charges of aggravated assault and possession of dangerous drugs. Authorities also warned that Green has violent tendencies.
Greenville – A Greenville man with a history of violence has been named as one of the most wanted fugitives in Texas. Alfred Earl Green Jr., was included Tuesday on a list of the Top 10 Most Wanted Fugitives by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).
The information released by the state agency indicated Green is wanted on charges of aggravated assault and possession of dangerous drugs and authorities warned that Green has violent tendencies.
New Commerce ISD Superintendent to begin work in January; KETR to air second President's Table Wednesday night; Early voting remains strong in Hunt County; Suspect expected to be charged in Monday house fire in Lone Oak, Rockwall woman helps another woman facing foreclosure.