Volume 35, No. 36 Tuesday, February 25, 2020


Aryan Brotherhood: Two men arrested in Cleveland have been sentenced to federal prison for drug and gun violations in the Eastern District of Texas. According to information presented in court, in February 2019, Tomlin and Glenn, both convicted felons and members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, were arrested in Cleveland, following a drug transaction at an area hotel. U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown said Tommy Joe Tomlin, 48, of Lubbock, was sentenced to 120 months in federal prison for the drug trafficking violation and 60 months for the firearms violation. Patrick Ray Glenn, 35, of San Antonio, was sentenced to 110 months in federal prison. This case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.


Soccer: Last Friday night the Liberty Panthers Boys Soccer team pulled themselves back into the conversation for a district 21-4A championship by defeating the 1st place Livingston Lions 2-1. Liberty forward Jaime Lopez slotted home a goal in the 10th minute for the early 1-0 lead. Livingston leveled the match before the half. The second half was a back and forth, with both teams playing well. Panther Goal keeper Rolando Becerra, turned away a slew of Lion tries for what appeared to be headed for a draw but as always its not over, until it over. Very late Panther Abdiel (ab-deal) Garcia put the locals soccer team ahead to stay on a ricochet goal. After the first round, 21-4A Libertyis solidly in 4th place in league play 12-7 overall, 2-2 in district with four games to play. That’s two wins back from district leader Huffman. Round 2 of district begins today as the Panther boys travel to Huffman for 5 pm JV and 7 pm varsity matches. As for the girls, the Lady Panthers are 8-6 overall, 2-2 in conference. They begin the second round of district soccer in Libertyat Memorial Stadium today with a 6 pm start. The 21-4A girl standings, after the first round, find the locals just behind the leader with 4 games to play.


Mickey Darrell Bradshaw, 62, of Dayton, died Saturday in Houston. Mickey was born in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Memorial services for Mr. Bradshaw will be 7:00 p.m., today (Tuesday) at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. until time of service at 7.He resided in Dayton 37 years and was crane operator. He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Karen Bradshaw; daughter, Karissa Fields; grandson, Austin Fields; brothers, Raymond Bradshaw and wife, Lisa and Steve Bradshaw; sisters, Carolyn Stringfellow, Barbara Brewer and Janice Bedwell and husband, Randy; also numerous nieces, nephews, friends and other relatives. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to: American Liver Foundation, National Office, 39 Broadway, Suite 2700, New York, NY 10006, 212-668-1000.


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