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(UNDATED)–ONE PERSON WAS FLOWN TO SCOTT

AND WHITE HOSPITAL BY HELICOPTER AFTER AN ACCIDENT

BETWEEN A VEHICLE AND A MOTORCYCLE AT THE

INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 77 AND F-M 1712 NORTH OF

ROCKDALE AROUND 10:45 THIS (FRIDAY) MORNING.

MINERVA VOLUNTEER FIREMEN, MILAM COUNTY SHERIFF’S

DEPUTIES AND AMERICAN MEDICAL RESPONSE E-M-S

RESPONED TO THE SCENE. MILAM D-P-S TROOPER

DUNSTON INVESTIGATED.

(UNDATED)–MILAM COUNTY IS SHOWING PROGRESS

AGAINST COVID, AS CASE NUMBERS ARE DOWN TODAY.

THERE WERE NO NEW P-C-R CASES AND 28 DISCHARGED

CASES, AND 16 NEW PROBABLE CASES WITH 22 DISCHARGED

PROBABLE CASES. ONE INDIVIDUAL WAS ADMITTED TO

THE HOSPITAL AND 3 WERE DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITALS.

11 ARE CURRENTLY HOSPITALS AND SIX ARE IN SERIOUS

CONDITION ON VENTILATORS. THE COUNTY WILL HOLD

A VACCINE CLINIC TODAY FROM 9 AM TO 3 PM AT THE

DAVILA COMMUNITY CENTER AT 20803 F-M 487 IN DAVILLA,

AND ON SATURDAY AT THE FORMER ROCKDALE HOSPITAL

AT 1700 BRAZOS IN ROCKDALE FROM 9 AM TO 2 PM.

(TAYLOR)–THE TAYLOR CITY COUNCIL HEARD

FROM WILLIAMSON COUNTY COMMISSIONER RUSS BOLES

ON NEWS ABOUT PLANS FOR A NORTHEAST LOOP DURING

THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING THURSDAY.

(LORENA)–THE LORENA POLICE DEPARTMENT ARRESTED

A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ON THURSDAY FOR MAKING

THREATS ON SOCIAL MEDIA. THE MALE SUSPECT INDICATED

THAT HE ALLEGEDLY TOOK TO INSTAGRAM TO MAKE THREATS

IN HOPES THAT SCHOOL WOULD BE CANCELED TODAY,

FRIDAY SEPT 24TH, ACCORDING TO LORENA POLICE CHIEF

DICKSON. HE SAID THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE

SCHOOL DISTRICT TAKE ANY THREAT LIKE THIS SERIOUSLY,

AND THAT ALL RESOURCES AVAILABLE WILL BE USED TO

DETERMINE THE SENDER OF THE MESSAGES.

(HUTTO)–A ROUND ROCK MAN WAS ARRESTED AND

FACES A FELONY CHARGE AFTER BEING ACCUSED OF

HAVING SEXUAL CONTACT WITH A 10 YEAR OLD GIRL

IN SEPTEMBER, ACCORDING TO AN ARREST AFFIDAVIT

OUT OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY. INVESTIGATORS SAY 41

YEAR OLD CALEB HEATH STUDEBAKER TOUCHED THE

GIRL INAPPROPRIATELY WHILE SHE WAS IN HIS HOME

SEPT. 4TH IN ROUND ROCK, ACCORDING TO THE

AFFIDAVIT. HE REFUSED TO SPEAK WITH INVESTIGATORS

IN THE CASE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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