If you are going to sell illegal narcotics, advertising it on Facebook is probably not the smartest move, because you never know who may be checking on your profile.
Three people learned that lesson the hard way Tuesday, after they were arrested by local law enforcement.
Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks said a special operation was conducted by the Sheriff’s Office narcotics unit Tuesday afternoon, which resulted in the arrest of three individuals who were each charged with delivery of a dangerous drug.
Murder suspect Tony Crayton was brought back to Sulphur Springs on Tuesday afternoon by Hopkins County sheriff’s deputies.
Crayton, 31, was taken to the Hopkins County Jail after he was released from Tyler's Trinity Mother Frances Hospital, the Sulphur Springs News-Telegram reported. He was treated there for injuries sustained when he leapt from the League Street overpass onto Interstate 30 on Oct. 22. The incident occurred minutes after the body of his wife, 27-year-old Jessica Tyler Crayton, was discovered in her home on Morris Drive in Sulphur Springs.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for all of Northeast Texas and parts of North Texas through 7 a.m. Thu., Oct. 31.
Showers and thunderstorms will cover the region today. Rainfall totals over the next 24 hours in Northeast Texas are expected to range from 2" to 5", with the highest totals forecast around the Texarkana area. In the Dallas-Fort Worth area, rainfall totals are expected to range from 1" to 3".
The Greenville Police Department is searching this morning for a mother and two children who were reported missing by the husband and father of the missing.
According to a release from the police department, Jessie Patricia Henry Morrison, the mother, is an Alaskan Native with brown hair and black eyes. She is 31-years-old, 5’ tall and weighs approximately 120 lbs.
Morrison’s two children are reported to be with her. Son, Jaden Morrison will be 2-years-old in November and daughter, Rachel, is 11-months-old. T
Former A&M-Commerce political science department head Dr. Charles Elliott says the way congressional and state legislative districts are apportioned is a major reason why we see the inability of our representatives to reach compromise.
A storm system will be moving through the region Wednesday and into Thursday that could bring much needed rain to the area.
As of Oct. 22, most of the region is in a moderate drought with much of Lamar county remaining under extreme drought conditions.
While the rain will be beneficial to the region in many ways, it will also cause major problems. The system is expected to move in Wednesday afternoon and will be in the region through Thursday. In this time period, Northeast Texas could see up to four inches of rainfall.
With the November election approaching, Republicans representing Northeast Texas in the Texas House of Representatives and the Texas Senate continue to express their support for Proposition 6, the measure that would take $2 billion out of the state's Economic Stabilization Fund, or "Rainy Day Fund," for use in financing water projects around the state.