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RADIOGRAM: Volume 35, No. 88 Tuesday May 6 2020


Volume 35, No.  88 Tuesday May 6 2020 ***********************************************


2nd COVID Death: Monday morning, Liberty County Emergency Management officials reported the second death and the 43rd, 44th, and 45th cases of confirmed Coronavirus in Liberty County. Co. Emergency Management officials, tell us the 43rd case is a North Liberty County woman 60-70 years of age and she is hospitalized. The 44th case is a woman 30-40 year of age from the South end of Liberty Co. who is recovering at home. The 45th confirmed COVID-19 case is a woman 30-40 years old in the south end of the county, also recovering at home. Also, on Monday, the Liberty County office of emergency management regrettably confirmed the county's 2nd death due to complications from the virus. The woman who died was the 36th person to have been confirmed to have COVID-19 back on April 22nd. She lived in South Liberty County and was 70 to 80 years old. That was Liberty County’s second death from effects of coronavirus that we first reported Monday morning.   Again, there are now a total of 45 residents who have been conformed to have the virus, many have recovered and now there are two deaths reported from effects of COVID 19.   ************************************************

No Mail in Ballots: Liberty County will not accept any mail-in ballots that states COVID-19 as the reason for requesting a ballot by mail. Liberty County Elections administrator Klint Bush said it is illegal for an election official to accept a mail-in ballot request that does not meet 1 of 3 requirements spelled out in Texas Election code. Mr. Bush said a request for a mail-in ballot is acceptable in the event of a disability, if the voter is  over 65 yeas of age, or if the voter expects to be out of the county during the election. Mr. Bush said unless a Court of Law, the Attorney General, or Secretary of State’s Office directs him to do otherwise, his office will follow the current Texas Election Code.   ************************************************ SSI: Today is the last day for Supplemental Security Income or SSI recipients to provide the IRS with information about qualifying children under the age of 17. The IRS needs this information to be eligible for an additional economic impact payment. This applies to SSI recipients who did not file a 2018 or 2019 tax return. Each SSI recipient with a qualifying child can get an additional economic impact payment of $500 per child. Go to kshn.com and click the IRS link at the top of our front page. ************************************************

Chambers County: It was last Wednesday afternoon when the Chambers County Sheriffs Department responded to a man trying to buy a trailer with what turned out to be a stolen credit card. That man was identified as 25 year old Myles Curtis Akins of Austin. Akins was arrested while his companion, identified as 27-year old Michael Anthony Barrientos, of San Antonio, refused orders from Chambers Co. Deputies and tried to escape. Barrientos was quickly captured. Both were arrested and are in residence at the Chambers County Jail. Myles Curtis Akins was charged with Credit Card Abuse - a State Jail Felony. Michael Anthony Barrientos was charged with Evading Arrest & Detention, credit card abuse, and failure to identify. Barrientos is being held on $35,000 bond. A $15,000 bond was set for Akins on Credit Card Abuse but bond was refused on Akins for a charge in Bexar County. ************************************************ Local Deaths:

William “Bill” Hubert Ray, 67 of Liberty. He was the owner of Snappy’s Grocery on Main Street (a local Liberty institution). In 2018 he retired from Bennett Motor Express, Houston. No public service is planned. ************************************************ Lake Release: 14,000 CFS –Liberty Bridge: 20.00 ASL




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