Campbell – The body of a woman found dead last week near Campbell has been identified as a Paris resident.
The Hunt County Sheriff's office said Thursday they were able to notify the family of 37-year-old Tammy Ann Morgan, of her death. Morgan was pronounced dead upon emergency arrival Saturday in the middle of Highway 50.
A white male reportedly approached deputies after their arrival and informed them the woman was his girlfriend and that the death was a suicide, as she had reportedly jumped from his vehicle.
– The 26th Annual National Night Out event takes place Tuesday, Oct. 6 throughout the region.
The event is put on to encourage people across the country to get to know each other, while meeting with law enforcement authorities and learning ways to prevent crime, drug abuse and violence in their communities.
Neighborhoods in Greenville can sign up for the event at 903-457-3118.
Festivities in Commerce will be centrally located at City Park from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday evening, with food and games to be provided.
Hunt County, Grayson County – A Sherman man is arrested in connection to thefts spanning two counties and resulting in thousands of dollars in lost merchandise.
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) Special Ranger Troy McKinney, along with the Hunt and Grayson County Sheriffs' Departments, recovered and returned more than $80,000 of stolen property.
Paris – Paris Police have arrested a man believed to have intentionally injured a child and used a patio table as a weapon on his family.
25-year-old Chadrick Self was arrested yesterday on a number of charges included two felony counts of injury to a child.
During an argument in the 300 block of Northeast 35th Street, Self reportedly began to hit a female family member in the face and choke her. When the woman tried to escape with two small children, police say Self struck one of the children in the