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OCT 16

(UNDATED)–TWO SUSPECTS HAVE BEEN ARRESTED IN

A MURDER CASE CONNECTED TO A PURSUIT AND ARREST

IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY. 18 YEAR OLD JULIAN MALDANADO

AND 19 YEAR OLD VINCENT MALDANADO WERE ARRESTED

MONDAY AT A SAN ANTONIO MOTEL IN CONNECTION WITH

THE OCT 6TH MURDER OF NOAH HOOVER IN MEDINA COUNTY.

BOTH WERE TAKEN TO THE MEDINA COUNTY JAIL. LAST

WEEK, THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

ARRESTED NATHAN GRUENSTEINER AFTER HE FLED FROM

A TRAFFIC STOP AND LED AUTHORITIES ON A HIGH SPEED

PURSUIT THROUGH WILLIAMSON COUNTY, ENDING IN

BARTLETT. HE WAS WANTED ON 2 MURDER CHARGES IN

MEDINA COUNTY.

(BELTON)–PRETRIAL PROCEEDINGS FOR THE CAPITAL

MURDER SUSPECT IN THE KILLINGS OF 2 TEMPLE RESIDENTS

ARE SET FOR THURSDAY. CAPITAL MURDER SUSPECT

CEDRIC MARKS IS REQUIRED TO PLEAD NOT GUILTY

SINCE THE BELL COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

IS SEEKING THE DEATH PENALTY FOR MARKS. MARKS

IS ACCUSED OF KILLING HIS FORMER GIRLFRIEND,

28 YEAR OLD JENNA SCOTT AND HER FRIEND, 32 YEAR

OLD MICHAEL SWEARINGIN, AT A KILLEEN RESIDENCE.

(TEMPLE)–POLICE HAVE IDENTIFIED THE 2 CHILDREN

FOUND DEAD INSIDE OF A TEMPLE HOME SEPT 30TH.

THE CHILDREN WERE IDENTIFIED AS 2 YEAR OLD BOY

TERRIC BOYD AND ONE YEAR OLD GIRL, JANEA BOYD.

TWO OTHER CHILDREN WERE FOUND ALIVE, WHILE

A WOMAN WAS FOUND IN A CATATONIC STATE,

ACCORDING TO AUTHORITIES. .

(CALDWELL)–BURLESON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ACCEPTED THE RESIGNATION OF SHERIFF THOMAS

NORSWORTHY DURING THE COMMISSIONERS COURT

MEETING TUESDAY. THE RESIGNATION IS EFFECTIVE

IMMEDIATELY. NORSWORTHY WAS POLICE CHIEF

IN CALDWELL BEFORE RUNNING FOR BURLESON

COUNTY SHERIFF.

(CAMERON)–20TH DISTRICT JUDGE JOHN

YOUNGBLOOD ANNOUNCED HE WILL FILE IN THE

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY FOR RE-ELECTION IN THE 2020

ELECTIONS. JUDGE YOUNGBLOOD WAS NAMED TO

THE BENCH IN 2011 BY THEN-GOVERNOR RICK PERRY

TO FILL THE UNEXPIRED TERM OF RETIRING JUDGE ED

MAGRE. HE WON A CONTESTED ELECTION IN

2012 AND WAS UNOPPOSED FOR A 2ND FULL TERM IN

2016.

(CAMERON)–MILAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ANNOUNCED THAT THE BURN BAN IN MILAM COUNTY

HAS BEEN LIFTED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. JUDGE

STEVE YOUNG ANNOUNCED DURING THE COMMISSIONERS

COURT MEETING TUESDAY THAT THE BURN BAN WAS

LIFTED ON THE ADVICE OF THE MILAM COUNTY

FIRE CHEFS ASSOCIATION.

 

 

 

 

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