Category: Courthouse News

June 2017 – Marriage Licenses & Civil Cases

Marriages The following couples filed for Marriage Licenses during June 2017. –Moye/Massey –Jacks/Jacks –Massey/Allen –Bilodeau/Henderson –Graves/Taylor –Jones/Gemenden –Hendrix/Cunningham –Gilliam/Willis –Carreno/Akers –Rogers/Ross   Civil Cases There are 7 ‘In the Interest of’ & ‘In the Matter of’ cases for the Month of June 2017. Other civil cases are as follows: –The State of Texas vs. Philip Ireland, etc –Eric Branch vs. West Branch & Lisa Foree, individually and as Freestone County Tax Assessor-Collector –Guinevere Lynlee Galloway, individually and as next friend of J.H., a minor child vs. Cathy Wagoner –Mary Bates vs. Sandra Warren, et al –John Franklin Clifton, II vs. Teresa Svetlana Townsend –Christopher Allen Johnson vs. D’Ean Nichol Womack –Jack Irvie Withers vs. Sabrena Ann Withers –William Fuellbier vs. Elizabeth Kay Fuellbier –The County of Freestone vs. Dot-Bowles, LLC –The County of Freestone vs. Uni-Royalty Group, LTD –The County of Freestone vs. David Evans, et al –The County of Freestone vs. Elton Wade White, et al –The County of Freestone vs. Annette Jo Taylor –The County of Freestone vs. Rita Edwards McAlpine –The County of Freestone vs. C.E. Edwards, et al –The County of Freestone vs. Donna C. Lejeune, et al –The County of Freestone vs. Green Energy Oilfield Services, LLC, et al –Cintas Corporation No. 2 vs. Green Energy Oilfield Services, LLC, et al –Midland Funding, LLC vs. Ian Winson –Calvary SPVI, LLC assignee of Citibank, N.A....

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Fairfield Police Report: July 3-9, 2017

by Chief of Police Kenny Bulger Monday, July 3rd 9:04 AM-Officer Alexander on welfare concern. 9:29 AM-officer Alexander to assist subject left at gas station. 4:09 PM-Officer Alexander on report of loud music, subject was advised to turn it down. 7:19 PM-Officer Lawrence on report of alarm going off. 11:00 PM-Officer Markham on report of reckless driver. Tuesday, July 4th 2:30 AM-Officer Markham on suspicious subjects in vehicle at closed business. 9:23 AM-Officer Alexander on reported theft. 9:02 PM-Officer Markham on report of subjects shooting fireworks in the city. 9:07 PM-Officers on report of fireworks being shot in city. 9:10 PM- Officers on report of fireworks being shot in city. 9:13 PM- Officers on report of fireworks being shot in city. 9:15 PM- Officers on report of fireworks being shot in city. 9:45 PM- Officers on report of fireworks being shot in city. 10:10 PM- Officers on report of fireworks being shot in city. 10:47 PM- Officers on report of fireworks being shot in city. Wednesday, July 5th 3:56 AM-Officer Markham and Lawrence assist deputy on subject causing problems in the county. 11:15 AM-Officer Bates on report of unruly patient. 11:34 PM-Officer Bates to meet a complainant on criminal trespass issue. 4:27 PM-Officer Bates to report of verbal disturbance. 6:15 PM-Officer Price to ER on unruly subject. 9:49 PM-Officer Price on report of vehicle being vandalized. Thursday, July 6th...

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Citizens of Teague: Beware of Recent Burglaries

We have been made aware of concerns of a rash of burglaries in our community, over the past couple days. The Teague Police Department has only had one reported car burglary from this weekend. There was a reported criminal trespass of a habitation yesterday evening. No other reports have been received by us in regards to burglaries of cars or residences. There were car burglaries, along with a stolen motor vehicle, within the past week, but those cases have been solved and the offenders dealt with. These were unrelated to the current reported car burglary. Please, if you believe someone has burglarized your vehicle, residence, or building, contact the Teague Police Department to report the matter. Please secure all valuables, roll up windows, lock all doors and windows on your vehicles, residence, and buildings to help prevent theft of your hard earned...

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Game Warden Field Notes – July 5, 2017

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports. Big Buck, Big Fine A nearly 4-year-old Lynn County mule deer poaching case recently came to resolution with an arrest of an individual from Post. The man had originally been charged with a state jail felony, three Class A misdemeanors, and two Class C misdemeanors for killing a mule deer at night from a public road that scored more than 200 points under the Boone & Crockett Club system. Although the subject was initially given a deferred sentence with probation on the felony case, in which the Class A citations were dismissed, his probation was revoked following a drug arrest and he was subsequently found guilty of the felony deer charge. He was sentenced to nine months in a state jail, and paid over $10,000 in civil restitution assessment for the value of the mule deer. However, because the man had never answered to the Class C misdemeanor charges, game wardens petitioned the court for two original charge warrants and two failure to appear warrants. Once those were served, the man pleaded guilty to all four charges and paid an additional $2,374 in fines and court costs. Not Using Your Noodle A Smith County game warden was patrolling from his truck around Lake Palestine when he noticed a group of fishermen pull up to...

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Fairfield Police Report – July 5, 2017

by Chief of Police Kenny Bulger Monday, June 26 8:05 AM-Officer Price on report of travel trailer broke down in the roadway. 10:20 AM-Officer Price on disturbance at residence. 11:47 AM-Officer Price on found property in parking lot. 12:28 PM-Officer Price back on reported disturbance. 4:12 PM-Officer Price on panic alarm going off, was mashed by accident. 6:10 PM-Officer Gallegos on report of basketball goal in the roadway, had it removed. 8:07 PM-Officer Gallegos to PD to meet a complainant. 10:47 PM-Officer Gallegos to meet a complainant on criminal trespass. 11:59 PM-Officer Gallegos on reported assault. Tuesday, June 27...

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