Commerce – Authorities have yet to release the names of a Commerce man and woman involved in Wednesday's reported stabbing in the city.
As KETR first reported Wednesday, a man was believed to have been stabbed by his girlfriend in the 2100 block of Washington Street at around 2:45 a.m. A report by Commerce Police indicates the incident stemmed from the man allegedly assaulting the woman, leading to the stabbing, which was done with a 13 inch kitchen knife.
Commerce – The Commerce City Council has awarded a private club license to McCasita, granting the newly established Mexican restaurant permission to sell alcohol.
McCasita, located in the University Plaza next to My Sister's Closet, opened last month. The business is currently in the process of receiving their license from the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC).
Upon arrival of the license, alcohol sales will be permitted at the establishment.
Commerce man stabbed by wife/girlfriend; Hunt County man pleads guilty to murder; Lamar County Officials arrest local men that may solve several area burglaries; Greenville teenager arrested for Friday shooting in city; Local emergency crews preparing for Hurricane season; Commerce High School students receive scholarships in recent awards ceremony.
Wood County – The owner of a tire dump in Wood County, where a recent fire forced evacuations in the City of Hawkins, has been charged with illegal dumping.
48-year-old Robert Joshua Foster, of Mineola, recently turned himself in to authorities. He has since been released on $1,500 bond. Foster is said to be responsible for disposing of more than a hundred thousand tires at his scrap lot in Hawkins.