CHEROKEE COUNTY —
Jan. 28 - Feb. 3:
Mayra Arreguin, 30, Jacksonville, assault;
Emmanuel Attaway, 27, Rusk, burglary of a habitation, unauthorized use of a vehicle and driving while license invalid without financial responsibility;
Vikki Lynn McMichael Bachus, 56, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;
Michael Ray Blake, 40, Jacksonville, evading arrest or detention with a vehicle and a parole warrant;
Goffery Earl Bowens, 59, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated second offense;
Keodrick Demund Boyd, 17, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;
Justin Jamere Brown, 21, Jacksonville, failure to appear on charge of resisting arrest, search or transport;
Debra Ann Smith Caldwell, 44, Jacksonville, theft by check;
Heath Aaron Cox, 24, Rusk, failure to maintain financial responsibility, displaying an expired license plate and failure to appear on driving while intoxicated charge;
Eddie Frank Dearman, 56, Rusk, public intoxication with three prior convictions;
Nestor Ivan Gallegos, 25, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;
Landon Karr Gray, 26, Rusk, two counts of possession of a controlled substance and warrant from Franklin County/Illinois;
Tommy Lane Griffin, 54, Longview, driving while intoxicated second offense and possession of marijuana;
Kristi Marie Haney, 32, Rusk, motor vehicle inspection violation, driving while license invalid, failure to maintain financial responsibility and possession of drug paraphernalia;
Devante Lee Johnson, 21, Jacksonville, motion to revoke evading arrest charge, two counts of evading arrest with a previous conviction, possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and tampering/fabricating physical evidence warrant;
Ashley Renee Jones, 27, Alto, warrant for no driver's license and no license plate registration;
Ellis Barnett Kitchen, 40, Bullard, warrant from Henderson County for aggravated robbery;
Robin Valera Lucas, 53, Rusk, possession of marijuana;
Jeffery Dale McCuin, 38, Jacksonville, public intoxication with three prior convictions;
Christopher Lee Parks, 34, Frankston, public intoxication;
William Ellis Partin, 18, Troup, minor consumption of alcohol;
Shawn Phillip Pryor, 45, Jacksonville, warrant for child support;
Charlie Lee Reed, 27, Jacksonville, manufacturing/delivery of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance;
Manuel Enrique Rios, 19, Jacksonville, motion to appear on possession of marijuana charge;
Shalanda Mashelle Rivers, 17, Jacksonville, Class-C contempt of court;
Chad Franklin Roberts, 30, Jacksonville, driving while license invalid with previous conviction/suspicion;
Jason James Robinson, 20, Jacksonville, burglary of a building;
Danny Rodriguez, 41, Jacksonville, theft of property;
Bethanie Nicole Stuckey, 17, Tyler, three counts of possession of a controlled substance;
Keri Ann Suggs, 25, Tyler, three counts of possession of a controlled substance;
Jacob Dell Tadlock, 17, Tyler, three counts of possession of a controlled substance and a warrant for a traffic offense;
Terese Lynn Tant, 47, Jacksonville, forgery of a financial instrument and possession of a gambling device/equipment;
Keeyon Danya Verrett, 35, Grand Prarie, possession of marijuana, a parole warrant, warrant for interference with an emergency call, no driver's license, two health and safety violation and failure to maintain financial responsibility;
Taylor Deneice Villela, 19, Tyler, three counts of possession of a controlled substance;
D'Marcus Dwayne Whitaker, 24, Jacksonville, assault and abandoning/endangering a child;
Gary Jonathan Willis, 28, Rusk, theft of service; and
Justin Matthew Woods, 21, Jacksonville, failure to identify a
CHEROKEE COUNTY —
Jan. 28 - Feb. 3:
Body found in bed of truck
Authorities on late Wednesday had not confirmed the identity of a body found in the back of a pickup truck near Reklaw on Tuesday.
According to a press release from the New Summerfield Police Department, officials received a report of an abandoned 2001 Ford pickup Tuesday that was located on a parcel of land in rural Cherokee County.
JISD sets public hearing for proposed $45M budget
JISD trustees have set a 6:30 p.m. public hearing Aug. 25 to discuss a proposed $45,047,303 budget and proposed $1.395 tax rate for the upcoming school year.
The proposed figures are an increase of $9,532,176 from this past year's $35.5 million budget.
Public health department extends hours to help parents get students vaccinated
As summer break winds down for students, parents turn their eye to more practical matters, like making sure their children are on-task with state-mandated immunizations.
Alto City Council examines gas line issue
City leaders have started looking into the process of moving a gas line that runs from Alto through Wells along U.S. Hwy. 69 to meet requirements of TxDOT, which is widening the road through the city.
Longtime furniture store changes hands
For the better part of a century, Bearden Furniture Co., Inc., has been the go-to place for local residents wanting to beautify their home.
Furniture and accessories, carpeting, window treatments – even electronics at one point – were offered at the Commerce Street store, but on July 1, the family who started Bearden's sold the company to Louisiana-based Ivan Smith Furniture company.
Athens woman confesses to killing daughter
A 25-year-old mother is in the Henderson County Jail after telling authorities that she had killed her four-year-old daughter, Monday
Bullard: District names Jan Hill as deputy superintendent
Bullard Independent School District is proud to announce Jan Hill as Deputy Superinten-dent. Hill will assume the new role effective immediately.
‘Christmas in July’ drive benefits area foster children
Sure, December is still more than five months away, but Cherokee County residents are getting the chance to start spreading some holiday cheer a little early this year during the annual Christmas in July donation drive, benefitting the county's Rainbow Room.
RISD board mulls $16M budget
Local school board members are considering a $16,671,955 proposed general fund budget for Rusk ISD's upcoming fiscal year – which begins Sept. 1 – but are nowhere near close to adopting the budget, said Lesa Jones, assistant district superintendent for finance and operation.
National Night Out to return to Jacksonville
National Night Out ( NNO) festivities will be returning to Jacksonville this year.
Jacksonville Police Crime Prevention Officer Detective Tonya Harris said all Jacksonville residents are encouraged to participate this year by sponsoring or attending a National Night Out party on Oct. 7.
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