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Law enforcement agencies conducting incident response training in public in Greenville this week

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Lindsey Wiley
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Texas A&M University-Commerce

The exercises at the Houston Education Center on Henry Street are scheduled to continue through Friday.

  • In Greenville this week, multiple law enforcement agencies will be conducting a training in public. The Greenville Police Department says the training will happen in and around the Houston Education Center, located at 3923 Henry Street. That’s in northwest Greenville, near the intersection of Henry and Walnut streets and just a little north of Lee Street. The training began yesterday and is scheduled to continue through Friday this week. Greenville police say participants will be in full gear and the realistic nature of the exercise could be mistaken for a real incident. Police said locals should not hesitate to call law enforcement if they feel there is an actual emergency.
  • Also in Hunt County, a Royse City woman facing a capital murder charge related to the death of a Greenville teenager will not go to trial until June. The Greenville Herald-Banner reports Lauren Brooke Bohme of Royse City has pled not guilty to the charge. 15-year-old Ismael Rincon of Greenville died in 2020. Prosecutors say Bohme along with 20-year-old Damien Christian Osborn of Rockwall stabbed Rincon while attempting a home robbery. Osborn’s trial is scheduled for August next year. Both suspects are jailed at the Hunt County Detention Center.