Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 113, No. 049, Ed. 1 Monday, January 10, 2011 Page: 1 of 10
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Prayer vigil held, search for Ha iley Dunn continues
Early Sunday evening, almost 100 residents showed up at the First United Methodist Church parking lot in
Sweetwater to gather together in prayer. Families and individuals from all walks of life joined hands for the 45
minute long vigil. Each person had an opportunity to pray out loud or silently for the safe return of Hailey. At
the end of the vigil "Hope Balloons" were passed out to all children in attendance, and they were released with
a prayer in the hopes Hailey could see the amount of love for her in the community.
Photos by Belinda Serrano
As the search for
Colorado City teenager
Hailey Dunn leads into its
second week, the efforts to
find the thirteen-year-old
On Friday afternoon,
officers continued to
search in Hailey's neigh-
borhood. However, the
search broadened into
the small community of
Dunn, Texas on Saturday.
Various officers traveled
to the town to look for
evidence and follow up on
reported leads. According
to Colorado City city
manager Pete Kampfer
and Texas Department of
Public Safety (DPS) offi-
cer Sparky Dean, the city
of Dunn could be one of
many satellite areas to
be set up in the next few
Also being utilized in
Hailey's disappearance are
digital billboards. Up to
80 signs are broadcasting
Hailey's information ai
are being donatedby Lamar
Outdoor Advertising, Clear
Channel Outdoor and
Digital Impact Outdoor.
More agencies have
joined the effort, work-
ing alongside Colorado
City law enforcement. The
Snyder Police Department
and Scurry County
Sheriffs Office, as well as
the Garza County Sheriffs
Office are working on the
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Man recei ires 12 years
for cocaine deli very
Four people entered pleas to Judge Glen Harrison
during 32nd Judicial District Court proceedings last
Michael Anthony Carson pled no contest :o pos-
session with intent to deliver a controlled substance,
namely cocaine, a first degree felony. The date of offense
was Dec. 16, 2008. In exchange for a plea guilty, the
State recommended 12 years confinement in the Texas
Department of Criminal Justice; a $500 fine; $384 in
court costs; $140 in restitution to the Texas Department
of Public Safety Crime Laboratory in Abilene; and $500
in attorney's fees. The verdict for the offense was guilty.
He will receive nine days credit towards his sentence for
time already served in jail.
Robert Garza Rodriguez pled guilty to possession
of a controlled substance, namely oxycodone, a state
jail felony. The date of offense was Feb. 21, 2009.
In-exchange for a plea of guilty, the State recommended
12 months confinement in the State Jail Division of
the Texas Department of Criminal Justice; $384.00 in
court costs; a $500 fine; and $140 in restitution to the
Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory in
Abilene. He will receive one day of credit towards his
sentence for jail time already served,
Fernando Henry Nolan pled guilty to aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon, a second degree felony.
The date of offense was June 29, 2010. In exchange for
a plea of guilty the State recommended deferring further
proceedings without entering and adjudication of guilty
pursuant to article 42.12 Section 5 (a), code of Criminal
Procedure; as amended, and that the defendant be
placed on community supervision in this case for a peri-
od of five years; pay a $500 fine; court costs of $309;
$500 in attorney's fees; and will serve 240 hours of com-
munity service. The court affirmatively found that the
defendant used or exhibited a deadly weapon, namely, a
motor vehicle, during the commission of a felony.
Fernando Henry Nolan also pled guilty to forgery, a
state jail felony. The date of offense was July 4, 2009.
In exchange for a plea of guilty, the state recommended
180 days confinement in the State Jail Division of the
Texas Department of Criminal Justice; no fine; $559
in court costs; $63 in restitution to the Scurry County
Sheriffs Department in Snyder; and $500 in attorney's
Alfonso G. Arevalo pled guilty to theft over $50 but
less than $500, enhanced with two prior convictions,
a state jail felony. The date of offense was Oct. 21,
2010. In exchange for a plea of guilty the state recom-
mended 180 days in the State Jail Division of the Texas
Department of Criminal Justice, probated for two years;
a $500 fine, $309 in court costs; $100 restitution to
Bobby Armstrong of Sweetwater; $500 in attorney's
fees; and 120 hours of community service.
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Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 113, No. 049, Ed. 1 Monday, January 10, 2011, newspaper, January 10, 2011; Sweetwater, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth229365/m1/1/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library.