- Two in custody
- Hillsboro man charged in felony theft case May 21, 2015
Brian Wayne Lasiter, 37, Hillsboro, was arrested May 6 by a Granbury Police officer and charged with theft under $1,500, with two or more theft convictions, according to Hood County Jail booking desk records.
- Granbury man facing felony burglary charge May 21, 2015
Louis Lee Slate III, 26, Elizabeth Boulevard, Granbury, was arrested May 7 by a Sheriff’s Office deputy and charged with a felony count of burglary of a habitation, Hood County Jail booking records show.
- Flooding possible this weekend May 21, 2015
The rain’s probably not over. Flooding is possible from heavy rain this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
- June 1 deadline for United Coop scholarships May 21, 2015
United Cooperative Services will provide $50,000 in energy scholarship awards to 14 students who are members of the cooperative. Applications must be filled out online. The scholarship application process runs through June 1.
- Names of two arrested on E. Bridge Street released May 20, 2015
Granbury police chief Mitch Galvan released the names of the two people arrested after shots were fired on E. Bridge Street Wednesday morning. Donald Wayne Marlow Jr., 56, has been charged with deadly conduct and Alicia M. Cutchen, 33, has been charged with assault family violence. According to Galvan, the two had been arguing all morning and the shots originated from their residence. Marlow also had injuries to his arm allegedly caused by Cutchen.
- Two arrested in connection with shots fired on E. Bridge Street May 20, 2015
Granbury Police Chief Mitch Galvan confirmed that two people have been arrested after an investigation this morning related to shots fired on E. Bridge Street Wednesday morning. A male has been charged with deadly conduct and a female has been charged with assault family violence. Galvan said they were the two upstairs occupants of the house directly north of the residence where a bullet went through a window.
“When he came outside, he had injuries to his arm, which were caused by her,” Galvan said.
According to Galvan, the two had been fighting all morning, which led to the gunshots.
- Shots fired on E. Bridge Street still under investigation May 20, 2015
Officers were sent to the 600 block of E. Bridge St. Wednesday morning after multiple calls of shots fired, including a woman who reported that a shot had been fired through her kitchen window. Law enforcement began approaching the area from where the shot had possibly originated, focusing on the residence immediately to the north of the property.
During the initial investigation, law enforcement closed neighboring Hewlett Park, Turner Court and portions of E. Bridge Street.
According to Granbury Police Chief Mitch Galvan, officers were initially unable to make contact with anyone inside the residence but eventually contacted the downstairs occupants. They said they were not home at the time and provided contact information for the upstairs occupants. When officers attempted to contact the two people living upstairs, neither one answered their phone.
“We were getting ready to go in when he called us back,” Galvan said. “He came out and talked to us and said they had heard the gunshots too.”
All roads and Hewlett Park have been reopened.
Officers are still investigating to determine the origin of the shots and interviewing witnessess in the area.
- Granbury man charged with felony after failure to stop May 20, 2015
Royce James Guillory, 29, of the 100 block of Cherry Lane in Granbury, was arrested on May 9 and charged with felony evading arrest or detention with a vehicle, according to Deputy Chief Alan Hines of the Granbury Police Department.
- Recapping Tolar at state track
- Axtell ends Tolar season with 21-9 win
- Roberts fifth with best showing yet at state track
- Tolar’s Brister wins state pole vault championship
- Double track titles for NCTA