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Hazardous Weather Outlook

WWW_KTRK_5DAY_320x210HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX 413 AM CDT SAT OCT 11 2014

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WATERS FROM FREEPORT TO THE MATAGORDA SHIP CHANNEL 20 NM TO 60 NM- WATERS FROM FREEPORT TO THE MATAGORDA SHIP CHANNEL OUT 20 NM-

WATERS FROM HIGH ISLAND TO FREEPORT 20 TO 60 NM-

WATERS FROM HIGH ISLAND TO FREEPORT OUT 20 NM-WHARTON- 413 AM CDT SAT OCT 11 2014 THIS

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS. .

DAY ONE…

TODAY AND TONIGHT SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL ACCOMPANY A WEAK FRONTAL BOUNDARY THAT WILL BE MOVING ACROSS SOUTHEAST TEXAS DURING THE DAY TODAY.

LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL IS POSSIBLE…WITH MOST AREAS RECEIVING 1/4 TO 1/2 INCH. SOME ISOLATED SPOTS COULD RECEIVE 1 AND 3 INCHES. .

DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…

SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL SWEEP THROUGH SOUTHEAST TEXAS DURING THE DAYTIME HOURS ON MONDAY. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE FRONT…AND SOME COULD BECOME STRONG OR SEVERE MAINLY ALONG AND NORTH OF A LINE FROM MADISONVILLE TO LIVINGSTON.

THE MAIN SEVERE WEATHER THREATS WILL BE DAMAGING WINDS…ISOLATED TORNADOES…AND LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL. FOR THE COASTAL WATERS…GALE FORCE WIND GUSTS WILL BE POSSIBLE MONDAY NIGHT. .

SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT…

SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS POSSIBLE ON MONDAY.


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Our 6th annual Car Show is happening on October 11th, 2014! If you or someone you know have a classic ride (in our local area) that could be entered we would LOVE to have you! The entry form is embedded within the link below OR you can pick one up here at our store. A range of custom trophies will be awarded to the winners. Participants and guests just the same will be treated to food, cold drinks, and live music from John Farley. The last five shows we’ve held have been wonderful and we look forward to this one being just the same!

“Like” them on Facebook at:  https://www.facebook.com/RandLautosupply

 


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Here is the picture again!

Look at it and watch for this dog in your neighborhood, no matter how far you live from the point where he was taken from.

Let’s bring him HOME!

Thanks!

 

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imagesWe are excited to see the flags go up at the City Office in Old River-Wifree.  We missed them on Flag Day, so this is a happy time to see them up.

We are also seeing land owners and home owners along FM 1409 just North of FM 565 show their patriotism.  I’m sure more are to come!

Show your patriotism, fly your American Flag!

 

 

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ORWCN has hundreds of followers that receive an email every time we post our news and stories.  Each one of you, please take a close look at the Chocolate Lab below and then the smile on the face of the little boy in the middle picture.  That’s his dog.

Please, please search for this dog.  If you have the dog, please return and receive a $5000 reward, NO QUESTIONS ASKED!  Print out the picture and take to work or post on your block at home to help return this valued pet to his home and his best friend!

If you neighbor has a new dog in the yard or you see him in the neighborhood, please call the number below to report it and you could receive the reward.

Be on the lookout!

 

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AUSTIN – The Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force today convened in Austin at the Travis County Center for Child Protection to discuss the State’s collaborative efforts to combat human trafficking. Task Force Chairman Attorney General Abbott addressed the task force and issued the following statement about a new resource developed by the Attorney General’s Office and the task force to help Texas education professionals recognize and report instances of suspected human trafficking:

“Human trafficking poses a very real threat to young Texans. The Office of the Attorney General’s human trafficking prevention guide for education professionals is designed to equip Texas school personnel with the knowledge they need to understand human trafficking, recognize how it might look for children in their schools, realize why this pervasive crime must be reported, and take the proper steps when reporting suspected instances of the crime. Texas education professionals’ ability to recognize and report suspected human trafficking is essential to protecting the integrity of our classrooms and the innocence of our children.”

Human Trafficking: a Guide for Texas Education Professionals

During his address to the Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force, Attorney General Abbott noted that the human trafficking guide for education professionals – which can be found on the attorney general’s website – provides Texas school personnel with information that will further the task force’s efforts to identify, investigate and prosecute human traffickers such as:

  • The realities of human trafficking,
  • Federal and state laws defining and prohibiting human trafficking,
  • Human trafficking as a form of child abuse,
  • Risk factors for school-aged children,
  • Indicators of human trafficking,
  • Approaches to responding to an outcry,
  • Mechanism to report human trafficking, and
  • Proactive approaches for school districts.

In 2009, the State of Texas took major steps to fight human trafficking by creating the Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force. Attorney General Abbott chairs the task force, which issues the “Texas Response to Human Trafficking” report prior to each legislative session. The 83rd Texas Legislature enacted new laws that combined all of the recommendations presented in the task force’s 2012 report, which is accessible on the Office of the Attorney General’s website at www.texasattorneygeneral.gov.


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As the flags go up around the community, we want to call attention to Red’s Kitchen at 12722 FM 1409 Old River-Winfree, TX 77535 (936) 402-5205 for being the first business in Old River-Winfree to fly the American Flag in support of our Veterans and America “Land of the Free and Home of the Brave”.

Bravo Red’s Kitchen!  Be sure and “Like” their page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RedsKitchen.  The Facebook Page lists all the daily specials.  They are open 7 days a week and are the friendliest restaurant around! Southern Style Cooking!
Meet owner, Charlie Butler and her great staff!

Celebrations around Chambers County:

Oak Island is a great place any weekend, but this weekend they are putting on a first class celebration for the family and it’s FREE!   Anywhere in Chambers County, you’ll be surprised at what you find!

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AND in Mont Belvieu!
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Happy 4th of July!

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 Pest2367There have been two sets of calls coming in recently to the gardening hotline.  One involves those pesky stinkbugs and leafhoppers on tomatoes; the other is about blossom and fruit drop on citrus.

 Let’s start with the citrus issue.  As with most plants, about 90% of what happens to them is environmental; it’s only when plants are stressed that bugs and diseases find their opportunities.  So consider the weather patterns we have had in the past couple of years.  Way below normal rain patterns have been followed by gully-washers; we had an unusually cold winter, and it stayed cool much longer than usual.  Citrus trees aren’t really tempermental, but they certainly like their tops and bottoms to operate in the same temperature zone, and they haven’t had that much lately. 

            The most important thing to a fruit-bearing plant is to survive well enough to put out progeny.  The fruit or nuts, while a bonus for us omnivores, can’t compete against the need to save one’s skin, as far as the plant is concerned.  So protection of the roots, the trunk, and the branches must come first.  The younger the tree is, the more important this is; until a tree is at least 7 years old, it can’t be considered “established,” and our funky weather in the past few years can set that back, unless you, the home gardener, help even out the odds.

            So local gardeners, if they were lucky after the cold spell, reported lots of blossoms on their citrus.  This was followed by very small fruit, which then dropped.  Some of this is normal; here’s what Texas A&M (i.e., Aggie Horticulture) has to say:  “ Typical citrus trees go through three distinct periods of fruit drop. First is the drop of about 70 to 80 percent of the flowers during and immediately following bloom.  The second drop occurs a couple of weeks later, involving small fruit of pea-size to marble-size. The third drop occurs in late May, involving larger fruit, almost golf ball in size. Navels will drop again in mid-summer and in late summer.  A few fruit on all citrus will continue to drop through final harvest, but that is normal and cannot be prevented.”

            If you lost all your fruit, blame the climate.  You can help by protecting your younger trees in the early years, by regular watering (1 inch a week), and fertilization of the citrus after the first two years.  And pray for regular weather  patterns.

 

 

Now, about those bugs:  whether they are leaf-footed bugs or green or brown stinkbugs, they are the despair of vegetable gardeners everywhere.  Dr. William Johnson, Agri-Life Extension Agent-Horticulture, of Galveston County, has this to say: “The rough sandpaper-like texture that you have seen is evidence of an insect known as the leaf-footed bug. While many area gardeners also call them stinkbugs (because they produce a foul odor when handled), leaf-footed bug is the preferred name.

 The immature stages (known as nymphs) of this insect are spindly, soft-bodied and bright orange-red in color. Very young nymphs stay tightly clustered as a family unit. The adult stage of the leaf-footed bug is brown, oblong and nearly an inch long. The species most common to this area has a distinctive white band extending across the front wings. The hind legs have a leaf-like shaped area from which the insect’s name is derived.

There are other species of stinkbugs that feed on tomato fruit including the green and brown stinkbugs. However, the green and brown stinkbugs are minor insect pests in our growing area.

Leaf-footed bugs have a needle-like, piercing-sucking mouthpart through which they suck plant juices. The puncture made is what caused the spot and the deformation that you have observed. While making the puncture, a toxin is injected into the fruit. If you peel back the skin, you will see that this discolored area is more than superficial. The tissue below the skin is a somewhat corky or spongy mass of silvery white cells.

 

This damage is serious for commercial fresh market tomatoes and whole pack processing tomatoes because it renders the fruit unmarketable. However, if the fruit was of high quality prior to damage, the processor might cut out the spots and use the remaining tomato as canned pieces. The undamaged portion of the tomato in a home garden certainly can be consumed, if desired.

 

Leaf-footed bugs are also serious pests of other crops including beans, cowpeas, eggplants, okra, citrus, and pecans. Adult leaf-footed bugs migrate from weedy areas into tomato plants, particularly when the fruit has started to ripen. This is why you typically do did not see damage early in the season but you did see damage later in the harvest season.

 

Leaf-footed bugs are difficult to control. Weedy areas, such as fence rows and ditch banks, serve as shelters for these insects during the winter season, and when tomatoes and other host plants are not available. Therefore, to eliminate such areas near your garden or to keep weedy areas closely mowed would be beneficial.

 

Insecticides such as permethrin (such as Spectracide’s Bug Stop Multi-purpose Insect Killer or Bonide’s Total Pest Control Concentrate Outdoor Formula) or cyfluthrin (such as Bayer’s Advanced Garden Lawn & Garden Multi-Insect Killer) or esfenvalerate (such as Ortho’s Bug-B-Gon Multi-purpose Insect Killer Concentrate or Bonide’s Bug Beater Concentrate) are effective in controlling leaf footed bugs as well as stink bugs, aphids, fruit worms and hornworms. Do not use permethrin on varieties with fruit less than one inch diameter. Be sure to observe the days-to-harvest period indicated on the pesticide label. Be certain to wash the fruit before using.

 

It is important to observe your garden on a daily basis. Should you spot leaf-footed bugs, you might handpick the bugs, especially early in the season and when the very young nymphs are tightly clustered. You should use gloves because of the odor they will emit when handled and you should drop them into a can of soapy water.”

Release date: June 19, 2014

Contact: A. Lynette Parsons, 409-550-3065

 

 

– Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle.


Head over to Chambers County’s Job Beason Park in Oak Island.  ChambersWild will be a hosting the Double Bayou Bash –

Twice the Fun on the Fourth featuring a boat parade, huge kid’s zone, bands, shopping, dancing, food, fireworks and more.  Go to the website, www.DoubleBayouBash.com , or check out the attached flyers for event information, how to be a sponsor, or to get your boat registered for the parade.

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SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING ISSUED MAY 28 AT 3:47AM CDT UNTIL MAY 28 AT 4:45AM CDT BY NWS HOUSTON – GALVESTON

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN LEAGUE CITY HAS ISSUED A 

* SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR… HARRIS COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS… SOUTHEASTERN MONTGOMERY COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS… EAST CENTRAL FORT BEND COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS… NORTHEASTERN BRAZORIA COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS… NORTHWESTERN GALVESTON COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS… WEST CENTRAL CHAMBERS COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS… 

* UNTIL 445 AM CDT 

* AT 345 AM CDT…DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH. THESE STORMS WERE LOCATED ALONG A LINE EXTENDING FROM BUSH INTERCONTINENTAL AIRPORT TO EAST LITTLE YORK / HOMESTEAD TO MIDTOWN HOUSTON TO MISSOURI CITY TO PECAN GROVE…AND MOVING SOUTHEAST AT 25 MPH. RADAR SHOWS VELOCITIES HAVE RE-STRENGTHENED IN PARTS OF THIS STORM HAVE AND WIND DAMAGE IS POSSIBLE. 

* LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE… PASADENA…PEARLAND…LEAGUE CITY…SUGAR LAND…BAYTOWN…MISSOURI CITY…TEXAS CITY…FRIENDSWOOD…LA PORTE…DEER PARK…ALVIN… DICKINSON…STAFFORD…SOUTH HOUSTON…BELLAIRE…HUMBLE…WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE…LA MARQUE…SANTA FE AND SEABROOK.

TARGET AREA
Brazoria; Chambers; Fort Bend; Galveston; Harris; Montgomery

Flash Flood Watch

…FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON…


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN HOUSTON/GALVESTON HAS ISSUED A

* FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR A PORTION OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS...INCLUDING
 THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES...AUSTIN...BRAZORIA...BRAZOS...
 BURLESON...CHAMBERS...COLORADO...FORT BEND...GALVESTON...
 GRIMES...HARRIS...HOUSTON...JACKSON...LIBERTY...MADISON...
 MATAGORDA...MONTGOMERY...POLK...SAN JACINTO...TRINITY...
 WALKER...WALLER...WASHINGTON AND WHARTON.

* THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON

* HEAVY RAINFALL HAS ALREADY OCCURRED OVER THE CENTRAL PART OF THE WATCH AREA WITH RAINFALL TOTALS NEAR 7.0" IN JACKSON COUNTY.

  WIDESPREAD 1 TO 3" HAS ALREADY OCCURRED WITH ANOTHER 1 TO 3"
  POSSIBLE THROUGH TOMORROW.

* FLASH FLOODING CAN EASILY OCCUR OVER URBAN AREAS WERE CONCRETE ALLOWS WATER TO EASILY POND. TURN AROUND DON`T DROWN! LOW WATER CROSSINGS AND OTHER LOW LYING AREAS WILL ALSO BE PRONE FLOODING.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS THAT CONDITIONS MAY DEVELOP THAT LEAD TO FLASH FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING IS A VERY DANGEROUS SITUATION.

YOU SHOULD MONITOR LATER FORECASTS AND BE PREPARED TO TAKE ACTION SHOULD FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS BE ISSUED.

Tornado Watch

TORNADO WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WT 189 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
345 PM CDT MON MAY 26 2014

TORNADO WATCH 189 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 900 PM CDT FOR THE  FOLLOWING LOCATIONS

.    TEXAS COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

ARANSAS              BEE                 BRAZORIA
CALHOUN              CHAMBERS            FORT BEND
GALVESTON            GOLIAD              HARDIN
HARRIS               JEFFERSON           LIBERTY
MATAGORDA            MONTGOMERY          ORANGE
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Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
358 AM CDT MON MAY 26 2014

AUSTIN-BRAZORIA-BRAZOS-BURLESON-CHAMBERS-COLORADO-FORT BEND-
GALVESTON-GALVESTON BAY-GRIMES-HARRIS-HOUSTON-JACKSON-LIBERTY-
MADISON-MATAGORDA-MATAGORDA BAY-MONTGOMERY-POLK-SAN JACINTO-
TRINITY-WALKER-WALLER-WASHINGTON-
WATERS FROM FREEPORT TO THE MATAGORDA SHIP CHANNEL 20 NM TO 60 NM-
WATERS FROM FREEPORT TO THE MATAGORDA SHIP CHANNEL OUT 20 NM-
WATERS FROM HIGH ISLAND TO FREEPORT 20 TO 60 NM-
WATERS FROM HIGH ISLAND TO FREEPORT OUT 20 NM-WHARTON-
358 AM CDT MON MAY 26 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

NO HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS EXPECTED TODAY...BUT SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPMENT WILL BE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE AREA.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

WITH A SLOW MOVING STORM SYSTEM MOVING INTO THE STATE...EXPECT SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM COVERAGE TO INCREASE ACROSS THE AREA.
FOR THE WEEK...SOME PARTS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS COULD RECEIVE LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL...WITH TOTALS OF AT LEAST 2 TO 4 INCHES POSSIBLE.
FLOOD WATCHES MIGHT BE NEEDED. IN ADDITION TO A POTENTIAL HEAVY RAIN EVENT...SOME STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPMENT COULD OCCUR AS THE SYSTEM SLOWLY MOVES ACROSS THE AREA.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION MIGHT BE NEEDED DURING THE WEEK.

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From the Office of Sheriff Brian Hawthorne

The following persons were arrested and booked into the Chambers County Jail.

 

Individuals arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law. Note that not all persons allegedly charged committed the crime in Chambers County, only perhaps arrested in Chambers County on outstanding warrant(s) or for violating the law while in Chambers County. Jail Log 05-05-14 – 05-12-14

 

Cory James Balthazar, 25, of Houston, was arrested on May 10, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, released May 11 on a $2,000 bond.

 

Angel Socrates Bautista Jr., 30, of Moss Point, MS., was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 400 grams, a state felony, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 2, more than 2 ounces but less than 4 ounces, class A misdemeanor, unlawful carrying of a weapon, class A misdemeanor, released May 8 on a $30,000 bond.

 

Jairee Nicole Braxton, 27, of Houston, was arrested on May 11, for charges for public intoxication, a class C misdemeanor, not released with bond set at $500.

 

Charles Steven Bullock, 33, of McComb, MS., was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 400 grams, a state felony, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 2, more than 2 ounces but less than 4 ounces, class A misdemeanor, released May 8 on a $25,000 bond.

 

Timothy Timen Burns, 34, of Bryan, was arrested on May 9, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, a state felony, possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, released same day on a $12,000 bond.

 

Macquline Stoney Campbell, 38, of Dayton, was arrested on May 7, for warrant charges for 3 counts of credit or debit card abuse, each count a state felony, released May 8 on a $30,000 bond.

 

Varice Dwayne Chamber, 49, of Houston, was arrested on May 7, for warrant charges for theft of service, more than $500 but less than $1,500, class A misdemeanor, released May 8 on a $1,500 bond.

 

Misty Nicole Coffey, 37, of Baytown, was arrested on May 5, for warrant charges for credit card abuse of an elderly person, a 3rd degree felony, released May 6 on a $15,000 bond.

 

Henry Louis Coleman II, 35, of Fort Polk, LA., was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 2, more than 2 ounces but less than 4 ounces, class A misdemeanor, released same day on a $4,000 bond.

 

Verhonda Sheree Coleman, 24, of Fort Polk, LA., was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 2, more than 2 ounces but less than 4 ounces, a class A misdemeanor, released same day on a $4,000 bond.

 

Patrick Wayne Daley, 46, of Carson, MS., was arrested on May 7, for charges for driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor charge, sentenced to serve 3 days of jail time, released May 9 with time served.

 

Linda Drummer Deangelis, 59, of Richmond, was arrested on May 8, for charges for driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor charge, sentenced to 3 days of jail time, released May 10 with time served.

 

Donielle Yvette DeBlanc, 23, of Liberty, was arrested on May 5, for warrant charges for theft, a misdemeanor charge, not released with bond set at $4,000.

 

David Gill Dixon Jr., 29, of Beaumont, was arrested on May 10, for charges for possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, released May 11 on a $2,000 bond.

 

Hubert Everett Jr., 52, of Missouri City, was arrested on May 9, for charges for tampering and/or fabricating physical evidence with intent to impair, 3rd degree felony, driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, released same day on a $14,000 bond.

 

Allison Brent Foster, 55, of Winnie, was arrested on May 5, for charges for public intoxication, class C misdemeanor, released May 9 with time served and a $500 fine.

 

Melissa Nicole Fowler, 22, of Houston, was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, more than 1 gram but less than 4 grams, 3rd degree felony, possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, released May 8 on a $17,000 bond.

 

Felicia Foy, 29, of Mantua, OH., was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, more than 1 gram but less than 4 grams, 3rd degree felony, not released with bond set at $20,000.

 

Mark Edson Frame, 66, of Brandon, FL., was arrested on May 9, for charges for possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, released May 11 on a $2,000 bond.

 

Okeidra Shanice Gorrer, 21, of Houston, was arrested on May 9, for charges for tampering with evidence, 3rd degree felony, released May 10 on a $10,000 bond.

 

Oliver Jarrod Gregoire, 25, of Baytown, was arrested on May 5, for charges for assault causing bodily injury, class A misdemeanor, not released with bond set at $6,000.

 

Edwin Leo Gregory, 60, of Freeport, was arrested on May 10, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, released May 11 on a $2,000 bond.

 

Chad Lekeith Gums, 37, of Houston, was arrested on May 9, for charges for possession of synthetic marijuana, between 2 and 4 ounces, class A misdemeanor, possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, released May 10 on a $6,000 bond.

 

Adrain Gutierrez, 25, of Fort Worth, was arrested on May 11, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, released same day on a $2,000 cash bond.

 

Juan Jose Gutierrez Jr., 32, of Palmveiw, was arrested on May 11, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, released May 12 on a $2,000 bond.

 

Robert Lee Haywood, 29, of Houston, was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, more than 1 gram but less than 4 grams, 3rd degree felony, possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, released May 8 on a $17,000 bond.

 

Jason Paul Herman, 28, of Highlands, was arrested on May 10, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, released same day on a $2,000 bond.

 

Kinsey Marie Irwin, 27, of Baytown, was arrested on May 9, for warrant charges for burglary out of Liberty County, a misdemeanor charge, not released.

 

Michael Istre, 56, of Mermentau, LA., was arrested on May 11, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, not released with bond set at $2,000.

 

Chase Marcus Jackson, 29, of Baytown, was arrested on May 8, for warrant charges for 4 counts of theft, each count a state felony, not released with bond set at $100,000.

 

Gere Jean Jardell, 20, of Old River, was arrested on May 11, for charges for public intoxication , class C misdemeanor, and warrant charges for, 3 counts of burglary of a habitation, each count a 2nd degree felony, released on May 12 on a Personal Recognizance bond of $500 to Liberty County.

Debra Marie Kemp, 41, of Anahuac, was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of drug paraphernalia, class C misdemeanor, failure to maintain financial responsibility, class C misdemeanor, released same day with time to pay $500 fine.

 

Eric Michael Knecht, 35, of Webster, was arrested on May 10, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, released May 11 on a $2,000 bond.

 

Johnny Dean Knight, 21, of Dayton, was arrested on May 7, for warrant charges for credit or debit card abuse, a state felony, released May 9 on a $10,000 bond.

 

Miles Therman Lauderdale, 39, of Houston, was arrested on May 11, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, not released with bond set at $2,000.

 

Jeremy Raymond Linares, 35, of Baytown, was arrested on May 7, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, released same day on a $2,000 bond.

 

Johnnie Payne Martin, 68, of Houston, was arrested May 7, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, sentenced to serve 5 days of jail time, released May 9 with time served.

 

Jesus Carreon Martinez, 47, of Houston, was arrested on May 7, for charges for driving while intoxicated with open container, 2nd offense, class A misdemeanor, and warrant charges for burglary of a habitation out of Harris County, a 2nd degree felony, not released with bond set at $24,000.

 

Sam Travis Morgan, 45, of Hitchcock, was arrested on May 7, for warrant charges for driving with license invalid, misdemeanor charge, released May 8 on a $8,000 bond.

 

Alfredo Gonzales Morin III, 29, of Old River, was arrested on May 9, for warrant charges for criminal mischief, class B misdemeanor, not released with bond set at $15,000.

 

Taylor T. Murray, 21, of Dayton, was arrested on May 8, for warrant charges for 2 counts of possession of marijuana, each count a class B misdemeanor, not released with fine and bond totaling $4,769.

 

Jose Delsecorro Ornelas, 35, of Houston, was arrested on May 8, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, more than 4 grams but less than 200 grams, 2nd degree felony, possession of a prohibited substance and/or item in a correctional facility, 3rd degree felony, possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, state felony, released May 10 on a $30,000 bond.

 

Juanita Garcia Pena, 49, of Houston, was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, more than 1 gram but less than 4 grams, 3rd degree felony, possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, released May 8 on a $17,000 bond.

 

Phillip Dontc Penn, 41, of Dallas, was arrested on May 7, for warrant charges for failure to identify fugitive out of Mclennan County, misdemeanor charges, released May 8 on a $6,000 bond.

 

Eric Laguna Ramirez, 39, of Baytown, was arrested on May 10, for charges for driving while intoxicated, 2nd offense, class A misdemeanor, released May 11 on a $4,000 bond.

 

Pablo Rodriguez Jr., 39 of McAllen, was arrested on May 8, for charges for display of inspection certificate issued without being inspected, class B misdemeanor, released same day on a $2,000 bond.

 

Dylan Allen Scott, 23, of Cold Springs, was arrested on May 8, for warrant charges for failure to give identification, giving false information, class B misdemeanor, not released with bond set at $2,000.

 

Jake Edward Shahan, 26, of Mantua, OH., was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, more tha 1 gram but less than 4 grams, 3rd degree felony, not released with bond set at $20,000.

Jeffery Heath Simpson, 35, of Anahuac, was arrested on May 9, for charges for driving while intoxicated with an open container, 2nd offense, class A misdemeanor, released May 11 on a $4,000 bond.

 

Jerry Lee Stracener III, 20 , of Houston, was arrested on May 8, for warrant charges for 2 counts of burglary of a habitation, each counts a 2nd degree felony, , not released with bond set at $25,000.

 

Larry Kevin Tharp, 63, of Port Arthur, was arrested on May 5, for warrant charges for driving while intoxicated, 3rd or more, 3rd degree felony, not released.

 

Amreek Singh Uppal, 48, of Beaumont, was arrested on May 5, for warrant charges for 2 counts of theft of property, each counts a felony charges, not released.

 

Arline Marie West, 31, of Dayton, was arrested on May 7, for warrant charges for credit or debit card abuse, a state felony, released May 8 on a $10,000 bond.

 

Jace Dylan Witherspoon, 20, of Anahuac, was arrested on May 6, for charges for driving while intoxicated, class B misdemeanor, released same day on a personal recognizance bond for $2,000.

 

Valerie Lynn Wood, 24, of Orlando, FL., was arrested on May 8, for charges for possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, possession of drug paraphernalia, class C misdemeanor, released May 9 with bond and fine totaling $2,300.

 

Sook Young Yoo, 58, of Houston, was arrested on May 7, for charges for possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, more tha 1 gram but less than 4 grams, 3rd degree felony, possession of marijuana, less than 2 ounces, class B misdemeanor, released May 8 on a $17,000 bond.

 

James Colin Young, 29, of Rockdale Milam, was arrested on May 9, for warrant charges for fraud use and possession of identification information out of Rockdale Police Department, 3rd degree felony, not released with bond set at $30,000.

 


HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX

408 PM CDT MON MAY 12 2014

 

TXZ164-177>179-199-200-213-214-226-227-235>238-132115-

BRAZORIA-CHAMBERS-FORT BEND-GALVESTON-HARRIS-JACKSON-LIBERTY-

MATAGORDA-MONTGOMERY-POLK-SAN JACINTO-TRINITY-WALKER-WHARTON-

408 PM CDT MON MAY 12 2014

 

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS.

 

.DAY ONE…THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT

 

SCATTERED SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE THIS

EVENING AS A COLD FRONT APPROACHES FROM THE NORTHWEST.

 

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

 

A COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA ON TUESDAY WITH SHOWERS

AND THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED ALONG THE FRONT. ADDITIONAL SHOWERS

WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED THROUGH THE DAY BEHIND

THE FRONT. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL AVERAGE AROUND ONE HALF TO ONE

INCH ACROSS THE AREA THROUGH LATE TUESDAY.


HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX

408 PM CDT MON MAY 12 2014

 

TXZ164-177>179-199-200-213-214-226-227-235>238-132115-

BRAZORIA-CHAMBERS-FORT BEND-GALVESTON-HARRIS-JACKSON-LIBERTY-

MATAGORDA-MONTGOMERY-POLK-SAN JACINTO-TRINITY-WALKER-WHARTON-

 

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS.

 

.DAY ONE…THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT

 

SCATTERED SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE THIS

EVENING AS A COLD FRONT APPROACHES FROM THE NORTHWEST.

 

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

 

A COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA ON TUESDAY WITH SHOWERS

AND THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED ALONG THE FRONT. ADDITIONAL SHOWERS

WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED THROUGH THE DAY BEHIND

THE FRONT. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL AVERAGE AROUND ONE HALF TO ONE

INCH ACROSS THE AREA THROUGH LATE TUESDAY.

 

  • Tonight:    Cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the lower 70s. Southeast winds 10 to 20 mph.
  • Tuesday  Cloudy:   A chance of showers and thunderstorms in the morning…then showers and thunderstorms likely in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 70s. Southeast winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 40 percent in the morning increasing to 60 percent in the afternoon.
  • Tuesday Night:    Cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Cooler. Lows in the lower 60s inland…in the mid 60s coast. North winds 10 to 15 mph.
  • Wednesday:    Mostly cloudy until late afternoon then becoming partly cloudy. A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms in the morning…then a 20 percent chance in the afternoon. Highs in the lower 70s. North winds 10 to 20 mph.
  • Wednesday Night:    Partly cloudy in the evening then becoming mostly clear. Lows in the mid 50s inland…in the upper 50s coast. North winds 10 to 15 mph.

 

 

 

 

 

Old River-Winfree Community News will be monitoring any changes in the Drought Index.

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ccemsIf you would like to opt into the Chambers County Emergency Alert system (Nixle) to receive text messages, you can do so by texting the keyword CCOEM to 888777.  You can also opt out at any time by texting STOP to 888777.  Over 500 residents in the area are already signed up!

 

If you would like to receive messages on your home phone and/or email, you may use the following link to register:

https://local.nixle.com/signup/widget/i/1630

 Thanks,

Ryan Holzaepfel, CEM®

Chambers County
Emergency Management Coordinator
Fire Marshal
2128 SH61
PO Box 957
Anahuac, TX  77514
Office:  409-267-2445
Fax:      409-267-4133
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