Thursday, April 24, 2014

Two Teague Men Arrested For Aggravated Robbery

In College Station

MANY SKY GAZERS WERE wowed in the early hours of Tuesday morning as they watched the moon turn an eerie “blood red.” The scientific name for this phenomenon is tetrad. It happens when during a lunar eclipse, when the Earth’s shadow is slowly darkening the face of the moon. This photo of the moon was taken at approximately 2:30 a.m. and also shows the planet Mars at about 4 o’clock in relation to the moon. This was the first of four consecutive lunar eclipses during the next two years. (Photo by Kayla Lewis, JK Photography)

Two Teague men were arrested by members of the Freestone County Sheriff’s Department last week on warrants issued from the College Station Police Department for an aggravated robbery that allegedly occurred in that city on January 4th, 2014. The two men arrested by FCSO Deputies were Devante Dwight Owens, age 21, and Ivan Curtis McWilliams, age 23.

A third Teague person sought in the case was recently taken into custody on an unrelated charge in Denver, Colorado and will face Aggravated Robbery charges upon extradition back to Texas. This suspect was identified by College Station Police Department Detectives as Levi Markee Jones Carroll, age 20. Investigation into this offense continues and additional charges and arrests are possible, according to one of two press releases issued by the College Station Police Department.

The original press release reports that on January 4, 2014 officers of the College Station Police Department received a report of a robbery that had occurred earlier in the day. Officers met with the victim, a 20 year old male, who reported that a friend of his and some acquaintances came to his residence at approximately 2 a.m. and while at that location one of the unknown males pointed a firearm at the victim while the other males removed property from the residence. The press release added that no one was injured during the incident and several of the involved parties had been identified.

The second updated press release dated April 14, 2014...

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Lindsey Has About Done It All

W.L. Lindsey

“I was sitting in Tommy Neale’s drug store talking to Bill Allison when a pretty girl came in the door,” said W.L. Lindsey. “I said to Bill, ‘do you know her,’ and he told me that she was working at the optometrist office. Well, what could I do? I took the screw out of my glasses and headed to the optometrist office to get it fixed. He laughed and said, “Yep....Margaret and I have been married for 40 years now.”

Wallace L. Lindsey was born in Mexia, Texas and attended school in Tehuacana through the eighth grade. He finished ninth grade in Mexia and moved to Houston with his family where he went to tenth grade at Glen Park High School and eleventh grade at Jefferson Davis High School. He moved back to the Bi-Stone area and graduated from Teague High School in 1948...

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