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Sulphur Springs Man Arrested for Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon After Ramming Auto - Ksst Radio
Police officers were downtown when Terence Ramon Beachem, 46, of Sulphur Springs intentionally rammed the vehicle driven by the son of his girlfriend. Beachem had made threats to assault his girlfriend and the son prior to the incident.
SCU Investigation Results in Arrest of Local Woman - Ksst Radio
Special Crimes Unit began an investigation into the possession and sale of methamphetamine by Monica Renee Millan, 24, of Sulphur Springs. During the investigation, SCU observed Millan in the 1300 block of South League Street and made contact to arrest based on two warrants. During the arrest, she p
Mugshot Goes Viral Because Of Amazing Makeup! | Kate | 94.1 ZBQ
Makeup tutorials on Instagram and YouTube are a BIG DEAL, but it's hard to stand out from all the other people doing 'em. I guess this is one way to do it.There's a 19-year-old woman named Marshala Perkins in Commerce, Texas, and she was arrested back in February for marijuana possession.Her makeup
Man killed in Lamar Co. collision
Texas DPS Troopers tell us Brandon Smith, 35, was north on County Rd. 26718 around 6 a.m. when he ran the stop sign at US-82 and was hit by an eastbound pickup.
New clinic ready for patients
Athrong of visitors erupted into cheers and applause around Melanie Graham late Monday afternoon as the family nurse practitioner snipped a Lamar County Chamber of Commerce red ribbon in half. It was a ceremonious moment for Graham’s employer, HealthCARE Express, which officially opened its doors fo
Intoxicated driver sparks numerous grass fires
According to reports, 60-year old Cynthia Elaine Clifton set out just before 11 a.m. At some point of her trip, Clifton's vehicle had a blowout but did not stop. As she traveled down FM-47 towards Interstate 20, the metal rim driving on asphalt kicked up sparks starting numerous fires that burned gr
Sentencing this week in Commerce double homicide
In a criminal complaint, the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office revealed Gonzales was the girlfriend of Tyrone Jamaal Williams, who has pleaded not guilty to seven counts of capital murder in connection with the June 17, 2016, slayings of Nichole Elizabeth Gonzales, 27, and her mother, Vicki Ann Gonzales,
Grand Saline landmark destroyed by fire
One of the famous landmarks in Grand Saline, the old cotton gin building, was destroyed by fire Sunday, Aug. 5.
Gilmer search warrant produces drug arrest
GILMER, Texas (KETK) - Sheriff Larry Webb reports the drug arrest of Kenny Okeith Harris, 34, of Longview.
Brookston man killed in early morning vehicle accident on Hwy 82
The driver,Brandon Smith of Brookston, Texas,was driving a 2008 Toyota Camry and was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin has been notified. The driver of the vehicle traveling westbound on Hwy 82 was transported to Paris Regional Medical Center in stable condition.
No Mail Day Three - Ksst Radio
It’s day three for no mail delivery in Sulphur Springs as a mercury spill created a hazmat event that shut down the Dallas area mail regional distribution center for much of Northeast and East Texas. From the Sulphur Springs are to the Tyler area no postal deliveries other than local bulk mail has b
Police arrest four Paris men over the weekend
Four Paris men were arrested this weekend, including one on a Red River County felony assault warrant, police said.Three of the men were arrested together Friday afternoon during a traffic stop, according to a Paris Police Department arrest report. Officers stopped the men in the 700 block of W Sher
Gilbert Sentencing Trial Continues Monday - Ksst Radio
There will be no sentence for 17 year old Gavin Wayne Gilbert until Monday. Gilbert was found guilty of murder Friday,August 10, 2018, shortly after 11 a.m. Gilbert is guilty of first degree murder of Tyrese Pryor, 18, of Sulphur Springs. A Hopkins County Jury reached the decision in approximately 3
Barretts to appear in court Wednesday
A local couple, accused of using their adopted children as slave labor in running a puppy mill, are scheduled to return to court this week.
Feed a Family for $10 by Knocking on This Taqueria's Back Door on Mondays
Few things can allay the malaise of Mondays, but we found a surprising chicken special that does. It may sound a little weird, but Velvet Taco’s backdoor chicken special happens to be the best cheap meal in the city on Mondays.
Northeast Texas Children's Museum plans three fundraisers for September
Commerce, Texas ï¿½ After a summer that included over 7,500 visitors to Northeast Texas Children's Museum, September will be a month of fundraisers for the local tourist attraction. The children are back in school, and major fundraisers will be the focus for the Children's Museum. Whether your inter
Lake Ralph Hall, proposed near Commerce, expected to bring region many jobs, visitors
Larry Patterson, executive director of the Upper Trinity Regional Water District, gave some insight into the future of the proposed Ralph Hall Lake at a recent Greenville Rotary Club Meeting. The lake is planned to be constructed in Fannin County just north of Ladonia, less than 10 miles north of th
North Texas Couple Accused Of Forcing Adopted Kids To Work At Illegal Puppy Mill Behind Home
“The kids were going to school with us for awhile, maybe a year or so, and after that they didn’t go to school anymore,” Saul Rodriguez Jr. said.
Reward offered for information leading to the arrest of man
Lamar County/Red River County Crime Stoppers wants to pay you for the information that leads to the arrest of this person(s). If you have this information and wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Lamar/Red River County Crime Stoppers. If the information that you provide to Crime Stoppers leads
Downtown gas leak shuts down Ross Avenue; building evacuated
A section of Ross Avenue has been shut down and a building evacuated after a gas leak downtown Monday morning, officials said.A construction crew hit a 6-8 inch gas line in a parking lot at theintersection of Pearl and Flora Streets, according to Dallas-Fire Rescue spokesman Jason Evans. The gas lea