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RADIOGRAM: Volume 35, No. 136 Friday July 17, 2020

Volume 35, No. 136 Friday July 17, 2020 ************************************************************************

At approximately 3:18 Thursday morning, a subject, wearing all black with a mask, entered the Fuel Maxx store address 16758 SH 321 Dayton, TX. The store location is on the corner of SH 321 and FM 1008. The subject entered the store carrying a blunt object. A store clerk, working alone, was tied up and left in the back area of the store. The suspect took an undisclosed number of cigarettes along with a cash register containing an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect then fled on foot. Investigator James R. McQueen indicated that deputies were called to the store to investigate with the assistance of Investigator Lucera Castro and McQueen, along with Investigator Mark Ellington. Any one knowledge of the robbery early Thursday morning is asked to call the Liberty County Sheriff's Office at 936-336-4500.

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As the rise in coronavirus cases continues in Liberty County 18 more cases have been confirmed. With that Liberty County now has 569 confirmed cases with 284 recoveries. The Liberty County Office of Emergency Management reports these new cases range in age from under 10 to over 80. Six of the new cases are from North Liberty County, while twelve are from the south end. With the addition of these 18, the county now has 127 new cases just this week. All new cases are being treated at home unless otherwise noted.  Since the start of the pandemic in March, there have been three deaths attributed to COVID-19 symptoms. Those three deaths were all in the first month of the pandemic. We know it is repeated quite often but public health experts urge all citizens to practice social distancing, wear a face covering, wash hands frequently, and sneeze or cough into the elbow. Experts also say if someone has a fever above 100 degrees, they should stay home. Again, on Thursday, the Liberty County Office of Emergency Management reported 18 new cases of COVID-19. That brings the number of COVID-19 cases in Liberty Co. overall to 569 and 127 are this week.   ************************************************************************

An ongoing investigation by the Liberty County Attorney’s office led to a raid of an alleged illegal game room in Moss Hill on Wednesday. County Attorney Matthew Poston said his office had been investigating one establishment since June. The Liberty Co. SO, along with the Precinct 2 Constables Office, and members of the county attorney’s office served a search warrant at the Fillis Store on Highway 105 East in Moss Hill.  While there were no arrests, several gaming machines were seized from the convenience store. County Attorney Poston said his investigation continues.

************************************************************************ For the last 30 years, the Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce has held the Liberty-Dayton 500 Auction to raise money for chamber operations and with that keep the annual Chamber of Commerce dues as low as possible for members.  However, this year because of COVID-19, the Chamber is replacing the popular 500 with an online auction. This new online auction is already underway as of Wednesday night and will continue through July 29th at 6 PM.  Moore’s Hillje Auction runs this auction for the Chamber.  Merchandise to be sold is generous contributions from the shelves of the chamber members in Liberty, Dayton, and surrounding area. Kirk Moore, a recent kshn.com Party Line guest, says just like a live auction, bidders must register before trying to buy merchandise. The link to the auction site is on the chamber website: libertydaytonchamber.com.  Soon we will list some of the items currently up for bidding in this auction.

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Obit: On March 23rd long time Liberty resident Pete Taylor- 81, passed away at home.  A memorial service could not held then. Pete was a very active member of the Liberty Volunteer Fire Department for many years and worked in the oil field service industry.  Now a memorial service will be held for Pete Taylor of Liberty on Saturday July 25 at North Main Baptist Church - far North Main St. in Liberty. That will be from 2 pm until 4pm. The service will begin at 2, followed with sandwiches. Masks will be available for those in attendance who want them.    ************************************************************************          

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