Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 130, No. 89, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 22, 2012 Page: 5 of 24

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POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE
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COUNTY COURT AT
LAW
Judge Stephen Phillips
presiding.
Criminal Docket
June McNiel Alexander,
Point Blank, DWI Class B.
; Christy Naomi Bernal,
Livingston, theft Class B.
Deanna Glawe Brissey,
Livingston, DWI-2nd.
Heather Kathleen
Edwards, Onalaska, DWI
Class B.
Lillie Mae Harrell
Hughes, Livingston,
possession of controlled
substance Class A.
Maria Rocio Lopez
Santana, Livingston, assault/
family violence Class A.
Shawn Eugene Lord,
Goodrich, criminal trespass
in habitation Class A.
Kaitlynn Nicole Perren,
Livingston, theft Class B.
Spencer Blake Peterson,
Livingston, disorderly
conduct Class B.
Jacquelyn Lee Racca,
Onalaska, assault/family
violence Class A.
Cynthia Lou Schindehette,
Livingston, possession of
marijuana Class B.
Timothy Brandon Smith,
Livingston, burglary of a
vehicle Class A.
Timothy Brandon Smith,
Livingston, resisting arrest
Class A.
Jake Dean Taylor, Baton
Rouge, La., duty on striking
fixture/highway landscape.
Jake Dean Taylor, Baton
Rouge, La., false report to
police officer Class B.
Patrick Nicholas Taylor,
Livingston, assault/family
violence Class A.
Patrick Nicholas Taylor,
Livingston, assault Class A.
Amber Renee Westerman,
Livingston, theft Class B.
Quintez Dewight
Wilson, Indianapolis, Ind.,
possession of marijuana <
2 oz.
Anthony Depaul
Evans, Indianapolis, Ind.,
possession of marijuana <
2 oz.
JUSTICE COURT
Precinct 1
Judge Darrell Longino
presiding.
Criminal Docket
Daniel Patrick Austin,
theft.
Charles Michael
Newman, possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Timothy Porche, no
driver’s license (when
unlicensed).
JUSTICE COURT
Precinct 4
Judge Steven B.
McEntyre presiding.1
Criminal Docket
Gary Keith Branch,
driving while license
invalid-
Gary Keith Branch,
failure to appear.
Bonds set
Tiffany Ann Smith, bond
forfeiture/forgery (Harris
County), no bond.
Tiffany Ann Smith, forge/
alter prescription, $5,000.
Tiffany Ann Smith,
possession of controlled
substance Drug Free Zone,
$10,000.
Stacy Ann Perkinson,
probation violation/
possession of controlled
substance, no bond.
Morris Jason Ross,
possession of controlled
substance ,$15,000.
Jarriet Antwain Adams,
probation violation/
possession of marijuana < 2
oz., $1,000.
Samuel Jacob Alexander
Baker, escape while
arrested/confined, $15,000.
Samuel Jacob Alexander
Baker, theft, $15,000.
Samuel Jacob Alexander
Baker, possession of
controlled substance,
$15,000.
Samuel Jacob Alexander
Baker, revocation of
probation/theft by check
(Liberty County), no bond.
Gary Keith Branch,
possession of controlled
substance, $15,000.
Gary Keith Branch,
possession of controlled
substance, $15,000.
Jail Report
Nov. 16
Laura Faye Clem, 51, of
Livingston — Probation
violation.
Jekishia Marie Ervin, 25,
of Houston — Probation
violation.
Latricia Charay Hill, 20,
of Lufkin — Burglary of
vehicle.
Tiffany Marie Lea, 27, of
Baytown — Possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Lisa Michelle Lensing,
34, of Livingston —
Commitment.
Lee Anthony McMullen.
20, of Corrigan — Theft
of property $20-$500 by
check.
Rafael Mendoza Jr., 45.
of Santa Fe — Possession
of a controlled substance,
less than 1 gram in a drug
free zone; Possession of
a controlled substance
penalty group 3, less
than 28 grams in a drug
free zone; Possession of
a controlled substance
penalty group 2-A, 2 to 4
ounces; Possession of drug
paraphernalia; No proof
financial responsibility;
Expired motor vehicle
inspection.
Samuel Cory Pursley, 27,
of Moscow — Probation
violation.
Novice Nacole Rodgers,
27, of Moscow — No
driver’s license, two counts;
Failure to maintain financial
responsibility, two counts;
Violate promise to appear.
Casey Micha Estes, 27,
of Navasota — No driver’s
license.
Nov. 17
Kenneth Joseph Blumrich
Jr., 25, of Livingston —
Bond forfeiture; Criminal
trespass habitation; Bond
forfeiture (Brazoria
County).
Robert Nelson Dunn, 28,
of Livingston — Indecent
exposure.
Christopher David
Franklin, 29, of Livingston
— Driving while license
invalid with previous
conviction without financial
responsibility; Probation
violation.
Cody Charles Henry, 18.
of Livingston — Driving
while license invalid;
Expired inspection; Expired
registration; No insurance.
James Kelly Smith Jr., 23,
of Livingston — Possession
of marijuana, less than 2
ounces.
Bfexton Edward Ireland,
54, of Pearland — Driving
while intoxicated, second
offense.
Nov. 18
Chad Dillon Dorsett,
20, of Goodrich — Bond
forfeiture.
Michael Larue Hood, 27,
of Moscow — Probation
violation.
Marcus Dewyane I, 34,
of Livingston — Assault
causing bodily injury.
Garfield Cecil Perkins III,
34, of Livingston — Assault
causing bodily injury.
Juss Jamie Taylor, 19, of
Livingston — Commitment.
Bobby Lloyd Watson,
48, of Livingston —
Contraband in a corrections
facility employee/volunteer.
Shannon Sharrod Allen,
32, of Atlanta, Texas
— Failure to appear/
Evading arrest or detention
(Madison County); Failure
to appear/Prohibited
weapon-switchblade or
knuckles (Madison County).
Failure to appear/Resisting
arrest, search or transport
(Madison County).
New program aims to make record fish easier to weigh Gas prices down an average of $3.14 last week
A
ATHENS—Texas Parks
and Wildlife Department's
Angler Recognition Program
is building a statewide
network of Official Weigh
Stations that have certified
scales and are willing to
weigh angler’s catches in
their local service areas. The
new initiative is designed
to make it easier for Texas
anglers to find certified
scales and submit their
record catches.
Official Weigh Stations
will receive official signage,
application forms and a
listing on the TPWD Angler
Recognition Program
website. The initiative is
voluntary, and there is no fee
or contract.
Businesses wishing to
become an Official Weigh
Station partner can sign
up online athttps://www.
tpwd .state .tx .us/fishboat/
fish/programs/fishrecords/
weighstation_form.phtml.
In December 2012, the
Official Weigh Station
system will replace the
current method of listing
certified scales with an
automated system that is
updated monthly. If your
scale is currently listed on
the TPWD website, you will
need to sign up in order to
continue to be listed.
On the Net:
To submit your catch for
a record: http://www.tpwd.
state .tx.us/fishboat/fish/
programs/fishrecords
To sign up to become
an Official Weigh
Station: https://www.
tpwd.state .tx.us/fishboat/
fish/programs/fishrecords/
weighstation_form .phtml
verage retail
gasoline prices
in Texas have
fallen 2.6 cents per gallon
in the past week, averaging
$3.14/g Sunday. This
compares with the national
average that has fallen 3.2
cents per gallon in the last
week to $3.43/g, according
to gasoline price website
TexasGasPrices.com.
Including the change in
gas prices in Texas during
the past week, prices
yesterday were 1.2 cents
per gallon lower than the
same day one year ago and
are 30.5 cents per gallon
lower than a month ago.
The national average has
decreased 26.4 cents per
gallon during the last month
and stands 6.5 cents per
gallon higher than this day
one year ago.
“With Thanksgiving
just days away, Americans
will be hitting major
thoroughfares en masse.
While gasoline prices have
dropped in the last month
and a half, the national
average will still come
close to breaking a record-
the highest ever national
average for Thanksgiving."
said GasBuddy.com Senior
Petroleum Analyst Patrick
DeHaan. “1 don’t really
see how gas prices could
greatly improve between
now and Christmas, given
the new military action in
the Middle East, and other
pressures. It’s all but certain
the national average will
not drop under $3.25 per
gallon, which could lead to
a perilous start to 2013,”
DeHaan said.
BIG SANDY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES
IN FUND BALANCES ■ GOVERNMENTAL FJNDS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED AUGUST 31,2012
Data
10
60
Capita)
Other
98
Total
Control
General
Projects
Governmental
Governmental
Codes
Fund
Fund
Funds
Funds
REVENUES:
5700 Local and Intermediate Sources
{ 2,746,628
$ 4,783
i 592,944
S 3,344,353
580C State Program Revenues
1,793,655
27,103
",820,958
5900 Federal Program Revenues
5020 Total Revenues
270,465
-
496,751
767,216
4,810,946
_4,783
1,116,798
5,932,527
EXPENDITURES:
Current
0011 Instruction
2;*46,057
-
325,393
2,471,450
0012 Instructional Resources ana Media Services
1,181

22,460
23,641
0023 School Leadership
392,774
~
392,774
0031 GUdance, Coaming, i Evaluation Services
76,574

76,574
0033 Heath Services
42,457

42,457
0034 Student Transportation
214,355
-
-
214,355
0035 Foodservice
-
319.658
319,656
0036 CrxumcularfExtacumaJar Activities
84,534
84,534
0041 General Administration
357,199

357,199
0051 Plant Maintenance and Operations
590,351
-

500,351
0052 Security and Mon/toring Services
1,715
-
-
1,715
0071 Principal on Longterm Debt
65,469

315,000
380,469
0072 Interest on Longterm DM
4,522
117,088
121,610
0081 Cvta/Oudar
173,150
173,150
0093 Payments to Shared Service Arrangements
83,306


83,306
0095 Pa/ments to Juvenile Justice Alternative
0095 Education Programs
51,390
-
6030 Total Expenditures
4,286,034
1,099,599
5,384,633
1100 Effle»(DeWercy) of Revenges Over (Under)
1100 Expenditures
525,912
1
4,783
17,199
547,894
Other Financing Soiree* and (teas):
7913 Poceede from Capiat Leases
173,150
173,150
7080 Total Ofcer Finenctog Source* and (Uw)
1200 Net Cfwge In Fund Balances
173,150
-
-
173,150
699,062
4,783
iT/iw
721,044
0100 Find Batarc» ■ Beginning
2,741,540
4,146,5®
84.859
6,972,964
3000 Fund Balances-Endng
S 3,44(1,802
S 4,151,348
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Reddell, Valerie. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 130, No. 89, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 22, 2012, newspaper, November 22, 2012; Livingston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth658404/m1/5/ocr/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.

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