Henderson County Sheriff Ray Nutt confirmed that a 2-month-old baby was tragically killed in a truck accident in Cross Roads Wednesday night.
Details are limited at this time, but according to police reports the baby was either in a stroller or a car seat outside of the truck and the driver hit the baby while backing up to hook up a trailer. Accidents like this unfortunately happen too often, which is why people need to be more considerate when they’re on the road. For those left behind, speaking to an illinois truck accident lawyer, or one closer to you, is vital to make sure due compensation is found for your loss.
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The accident happened about 7 p.m. Wednesday night on CR 1120.
Out of respect for their grief, we ask that you not post any names if you know the family.
We ask for your prayers for this family as they try and cope with this tragedy.
Truck accidents can be some of the most devastating of any incident on the road. With this being the case, if you have been involved in one and sustained injuries or damages, you will likely want to pursue legal action. If you’re located in or around Albuquerque, you might want to speak with Parnall Law Firm: Truck Accident Lawyers in New Mexico.
FROM East Cedar Creek Fresh Water Supply District
The East Cedar Creek Fresh Wawter Supply District issued the following statement today:
We were notified at approximately 1 p.m. today (Wednesday) by one of our customers in the Gun Barrel City area that two men came to his door stating that they were meter readers for the water company and the office had detected a leak under his home and needed access into his home. The men advised him that they would charge him the price of the parts only. The men went under his home and into his home then told him the parts were $175. The customer asked for a written receipt and the men went to their truck and came back with the $175 receipt written on a plain paper with lines and when the customer asked for a receipt with the water company’s name on it the men got into their truck and left. The customer stated that the two men were driving a beat up white truck with no company name on the truck door and the men did not have on any uniforms.
All East Cedar Creek Fresh Water Supply District trucks have the full name of our company on their truck doors and all employees wear uniforms/shirts with the District’s name on them. The water company will never go into a customer’s home nor will they take any money in the field. Always contact our office at (903) 887-7103 if you question any person who implies they are our employee.
Henderson County Sheriff’s Office press release
On Sept. 2, at approximately 7 p.m., the Henderson County Sheriff‘s Office received a 911 call from a resident on Farm to Market 3273 in the Cross Roads area stating there were two male subjects burglarizing a house. Malakoff Police Officer C. Speak located the vehicle on Railroad Street in Malakoff and performed a traffic stop on the vehicle the two males were driving, along with Henderson County Sheriff‘s Office Patrol Sergeant M. J istel. It was determined that the two males had indeed burglarized a residence and were still in possession of all of the stolen items. John Wesley Dodd a white male from the Cross Roads area and Jamie Lee Phillips a white male from the Athens area were arrested and booked into the Henderson County Jail for Burglary of a Habitation. The crime of Burglary of a Habitation is punishable up to 2-20 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine. Both John and Jamie remain in the Henderson Cognty Jail on $50,000 bonds each.
Henderson County Sheriff’s Office
On Oct. 3, 2012, HCSO Sgt. Thomas Goodell received information regarding a Eustace resident named Theodore “Ted” Hunt, 47. Sgt. Goodell received information that Hunt was missing and was last seen near the end of February or first of March 2011. Hunt reportedly went missing from his residence at 500 US Hwy 175 in Eustace, Texas.
Information obtained by investigators led them to believe that Hunt’s disappearance may not have been voluntary. Hunt’s property and surrounding property were searched in an effort to locate him. Two independent search teams provided the Sheriff’s Office with search and rescue cadaver dogs and handlers during the initial search. A small lake was drained on an adjoining property, but Hunt was not located. Continue reading “Sheriff’s Office Looking For Help in Murder Case”
Henderson County Sheriff’s Office press release
On Monday, August 18, at approximately 12:13 a.m., Henderson County Sheriff’s Deputies Wayne Nutt and Brian Huckabee were attempting to serve a warrant in the Willow Wood addition in Gun Barrel City. Aron Dale Morris of Gun Barrel City was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Assault Family Violence and during the warrant service, Wayne Newton Womack, of Gun Barrel City was found to be in possession of a substance believed to be methamphetarnines. Womack was booked into the Henderson County Jail for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1. Continue reading “Three Incidents in GBC Lead to Drug Arrests”