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Authorities: Rancho Brazos woman with hammer threatens boyfriend

November 19, 2014

A 43-year-old Rancho Brazos woman was arrested Sunday afternoon after she allegedly threatened her 66-year-old boyfriend with a hammer, according to Hood County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Johnny Rose.

Sharon Kay Fowler, of the 3800 block of Canyon Road, was arrested and charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, Rose said.

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Pecan Plantation home burglarized; reward offered

November 19, 2014

Hood County Crime Stoppers is seeking tips on a burglary of a home on the 9500 block of Bellechase Road in Pecan Plantation.

The burglary happened on or before Nov. 12, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Stolen items include a Mac Book Pro Air, an Apple iPad Mini, an Apple iPhone 5S, an Apple iPhone Generation 1, Nintendo System, Xbox 1 Forza Horizon game, Nintendo Wii Mario Kart game, diamond/amethyst graduation ring, James Avery charm bracelet, pearl earrings and necklace, opal pendant, woman’s Fossil watch, jewelry box and video camera.

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Sheriff’s Office: Teens busted for drinking

November 19, 2014

Sheriff’s Office deputies shut down an underage drinking party in the 9300 block of Nix Road in Tolar on Saturday, Nov. 8, according to Lieutenant Johnny Rose.

Seven people from 16 to 19 years old were issued citations for Minor in Consumption of Alcohol, a class C Misdemeanor, and released to their parents or responsible adult, Rose said.

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State’s monthly sales tax revenue up

November 15, 2014
State’s monthly sales tax revenue up

Texas Comptroller Susan Combs said state sales tax revenue in October was $2.41 billion, up 12.9 percent compared to October 2013.

“Strong growth in sales tax receipts was apparent across all major economic sectors,” Combs said.

“Notable increases from retail trade and the oil and natural gas-related sectors led the growth, indicating increased spending by both consumers and businesses,” she added.

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GOP state chair to address Hood Republican Women

November 15, 2014

Republican Party State Chairman Steve Munisteri will speak to the Republican Women of Hood County on Wednesday in the Great Room at Quail Park Assisted Living Center, 2800 Paluxy Highway.

Barbecue will be served between 11 a.m. and noon before Munisteri speaks.

Members and guests are invited and asked to contact Vice President of programs Lynn Smith at 817-573-2126 or [email protected] if they want to reserve a lunch.

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Learning blood stain patterns

November 15, 2014
Learning blood stain patterns

A group of Hood County officials attended a class about blood stain pattern analysis taught by Hood County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Sonny Frisbie. Frisbie, a veteran investigator, has been certified as a crime scene reconstructionist by the International Association for Identification, according to Lieutenant Johnny Rose. Pictured from left: Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Martin Castillo, Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Roger “Cotton” Howell, Hood County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Jimmy Towe, Investigator Guy Reynolds, Sheriff Roger Deeds, Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace-Elect Kathy Gwinn, Sheriff’s Office Administrative Lieutenant Kathy Jividen, Deputy Jarrod Green, and Instructor and Investigator Sonny Frisbie.

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Man faces evading arrest charge after traffic stop

November 15, 2014

A Rancho Brazos man could have avoided a felony charge if he had just stopped as soon as Hood County Sheriff’s Office deputies tried to pull him over during a traffic stop Sunday night, according to Lieutenant Johnny Rose.

Corey Warren Stone, 27, of the 3700 block of Canyon Road, Rancho Brazos, failed to stop and evaded deputies in his vehicle, Rose said.

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Felony Arrests

November 15, 2014

Five felony arrests were made between Nov. 6 and Nov. 12.

Suspects were arrested here. However, their alleged crimes may have occurred outside Hood County. They have not been convicted of the charges listed.

Those arrested are:

nPedro Delfino Enriquez, 27, Cedar Drive, Oak Hills, criminal mischief, damage/destroy worship/school.

nMatthew Dillion MacPherson, 20, Lipan, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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LGMC nationally recognized as top performer

November 15, 2014

Lake Granbury Medical Center (LGMC) has been named a 2013 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® by The Joint Commission, the nation’s leading accreditor of health care organizations.

The honor recognizes hospitals that excel at meeting the Commission’s stringent measurements for exemplary patient care.

Only 1,224 – or approximately one-third – of eligible United States hospitals achieved this distinction for attaining and sustaining excellence in certain clinical measures.

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NRS opening Saturday

November 15, 2014
NRS opening Saturday

The building didn’t sit empty for long.

Fun-N-Sun boat dealership closed its Granbury location in June, blaming low levels at Lake Granbury for a decline in business.

A new NRS (National Roper’s Supply) opens at the former boat dealership today. The store is promoted as “all things western,” and will encompass the apparel and soft goods from David’s Western Store.

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