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Local law enforcement officers will be joining their counterparts from across North Texas in a task force designed to address crimes which stretch across the area.

Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks said Thursday that his office joined the newly formed Joint Intelligence and Operational Interagency Task Force, following a ceremony at the Homeland Security North Central Texas Fusion Center in McKinney.

 

Meeks said the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office will join forces with at least 16 other law enforcement agencies.

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The suspect charged with murder in connection with a late Friday night shooting death in south Hunt County has been released on bond.

Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks said Monday the investigation is continuing into the death of Terry R. Cale, 54, of Wills Point.

Carl Allen Welch was taken into custody following Cale’s death, was charged with one count of murder and was released on $75,000 bond.

Cale was reported to have been shot multiple times outside of a residence on Archer Lane at approximately 11 p.m. Friday.

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With the start of the new year also comes the start of new terms for several Hunt County officials. A swearing-in ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. January 1 in the courtroom of 196th District Court Judge Steve Tittle, on the third floor of the Hunt County Courthouse.

Quinlan ISD

A Quinlan Ford High School student was arrested Tuesday for allegedly making threats against the school.

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GREENVILLE - Hunt County authorities say there is no criminal investigation into donations made to the Lakota Ranch in the weeks following the death of Lightning Medicine Cloud.

Three persons were taken into custody by the Hunt County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Division working with the Terrell and Greenville Police Departments in the 5300 block of Highway 34 South around noon Thursday.

GREENVILLE - Lakota Ranch Owner Arby Little Soldier Wednesday contended Lightning Medicine Cloud and his mother were killed rather than died of natural causes, disputing remarks made a day earlier by Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks.

Sheriff Meeks: Lightning Medicine Cloud Case Closed

Aug 21, 2012
Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks
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GREENVILLE - A more than three month investigation by the Hunt County Sheriff's Office into the death of a sacred white buffalo and his mother has concluded with no suspects, no charges, and no indication of murder.

Sheriff's Office nabs Three for Armed Robbery

Aug 20, 2012

HUNT COUNTY - Two Greenville men and a Rowlett woman, each wearing bandanas during recent burglaries, are charged with aggravated robbery after revealing their identities while unknowingly on camera.

Separate Officer Involved Shootings Within Minutes

Aug 2, 2012
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HUNT COUNTY - At least two suspects in separate incidents have been shot and transported to local hospitals after law enforcement with the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office and FBI conducted search warrants near the Quinlan area Thursday morning.

Hunt County Crime Stoppers

HUNT COUNTY - Sheriff Randy Meeks says there’s been no progress in the murder case of Heather Leann Pope.

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GREENVILLE - His last form of communication with anyone came in a text message to his wife on July 23, 2011. 12 months later, the mystery surrounding a missing Greenville business executive continues.

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GREENVILLE - Elders of the Lakota Sioux say they’re frustrated over a lack of progress in the investigation into the death of a sacred white buffalo.

GREENVILLE - More than two months after a rare wife buffalo calf and his mother were killed in Hunt County, authorities say they have composed data that could bring charges against those responsible.

Subpoenas issued in case of slain buffaloes

Jul 3, 2012
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GREENVILLE - Investigators may be closer to naming a suspect or suspects in the killings of Lightning Medicine Cloud and his mother.

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