The Wolfe City Police Department and the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office
have been made aware of a phone issue in and around Wolfe City Texas.
It has been reported that several people have not been able to call out
using land lines and cell phones, this includes making calls to 911. At the
moment it appears that this is an AT&T issue for cell phones and land lines
and Wolfe City Police Chief Mat Martin is communicating with them to try
and get this matter resolved.
Chief Martin has requested if you have a police, fire or medical emergency
and you cannot call 911 to come to city hall located at 101 Main Street
Wolfe City Texas.
The Hunt County Sheriff’s Office 911 center has been checked and it is
operational and not experiencing any outages.
Sheriff Meeks stated: “At the moment this incident appears isolated to
Wolfe City and AT&T and we are monitoring our systems to make sure it
does not expand beyond that area. If it does we will update the public as
soon as possible”.
DAYTIME TRAFFIC SWITCH SCHEDULED ON I-30 IN ROCKWALL: Westbound Lanes of I-30 To Be Reduced To One Lane at FM 3549 Friday, March 29.
ROCKWALL, TX – Crews will be shifting the westbound lanes of Interstate 30 (I-30) at FM 3549 from their temporary positions to the proposed final configuration from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, March 29.Westbound traffic will be limited to one lane during the traffic shift. Message boards will be positioned in advance. This shift is a part of the $32 million interchange improvement project on I-30 in Rockwall. Expect delays.
Please help us find Jasmine Kay Anderson she ranaway Monday 3/18/2019
She is 16 years old about 5’8 probably 160lbs soaking wet she is a sophomore at FORD HIGH SCHOOL in QUINLAN TEXAS
Last know location was at the quinlan park she was wearing dark blue skinny jeans burnt red shirt and grey bobs shoes and a grey sports bra, hair in a bun, last contact with friend was Monday after she left. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Jasmine please contact HCSO or QPD.
On Saturday March 2nd, 2019, thieves stole two Compact Tracked Loaders from a job site in the 3900 block of E Overton Road, Dallas, Texas. The Takeuchi TL-10, serial 20100136, was recovered but the below described Kubota SVL-75-2 is still missing.
Please forward this alert to anyone that may encounter the machine and investigators working on similar thefts. Dallas Police incident: 043716-2019
Hunt County resident Brian Sims was recognized this week with the FEC Life Saving Award. This award is given to individuals who’s actions saved the life of another human being. On June 8th, 2018 Brian was working near Lake Tawakoni when he noticed a woman struggling to reach her raft in the water. Mr. Sims immediately realized she was in real danger and didn’t hesitate to jump into action. When he reached her, she was unresponsive. Although he was exhausted, Brian wasn’t giving up and finally made it back to shore with the woman. A short time later, first responders made scene and took over life-saving measures. Miraculously, and no doubt thanks to Brian Sims’ bravery, the woman survived and later reached out over social media in hopes of finding her hero. She and Brian still communicate with each other to this day. You can watch Brian’s account of what happened that day in the link we have provided above.
Fannin County Sheriff’s Office is asking for assistance regarding the
whereabouts of Helen Ashley Hamm. We are continuing to investigate this
as a missing person case. She has not been seen or heard from since
February 18, 2019 and was last known to be at a home in Fannin County
between Leonard and Trenton.
Ashley is a diabetic and may be
without her necessary medication. Ashley had a scheduled court date in
Grayson county and as a result, a warrant was issued for her arrest when
she did not appear. We do not believe that she is trying to avoid
If you have any information about her whereabouts or
what may have happened to her please notify the Fannin County Sheriff’s
Office at 903-583-2143. There is a reward being offered by her family as
well as a Crime Stoppers reward.
Please come forward with any information that you may have and help this family!!!!
Alexandria Business Owner Arrested for Money Laundering and Other Charges
Alexandria – On Thursday, March 14, 2019, investigators from the Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations Insurance Fraud Unit/Alexandria Field Office, arrested Mohammad Abudayeh (O/M 25 yoa) of Alexandria, LA. Abudayeh was arrested for unauthorized use of supplemental nutrition assistance program (SNAP) benefits, computer fraud, money laundering, racketeering, and bank fraud.
In June 2018, LSP’s Insurance Fraud Unit began an investigation pertaining to a local business/business owner (Food Mart, 2512 3rd Street, Alexandria) who was buying SNAP benefits (foods stamps) from local individuals. During the investigation, a person of interest (Abudayeh), was identified. From October 2017 to March 2019, Abudeyeh conducted over $1.2 million in Louisiana Purchase EBT (electronic benefit transfer) transactions, which was well above the amount a store that size should be conducting.
As a result of the investigation and information obtained, a search warrant was issued for Abudayeh’s business location and residence. Investigators seized approximately three hundred forty thousand dollars ($340,000.00) in U.S. currency and 11 cases of alcohol, at his residence, that was discovered to be stolen from a local grocery store. Following the search warrants, Abudayeh, who was already being held at the Rapides Parish Jail on an unrelated charge, was charged with these additional offenses.
Agencies involved in this investigation/arrest are Louisiana State Police, Louisiana Department of Child and Family Services, Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control (ATC), Alexandria Police Department, Louisiana Department of Health, and the Alexandria City Fire Marshal’s Office.
The Louisiana State Police online reporting system is also available to the public through a convenient and secure reporting form that is submitted to the appropriate investigators. Citizens can access the form by visiting http://lsp.org/ and clicking the Suspicious Activity link.
M/T Daniel “Scott” Moreau
Louisiana State Police
Public Affairs Section – Alexandria Region
Office: (318) 769-9USA (872)
😢We are heartbroken to report that Auroa was STOLEN from the puppy yard this afternoon. Three males entered the shelter and were shown our pets. They stated the price to adopt was too high and they didn’t want to get the dog spayed/neutered. They left out the front door and while staff was helping with an adoption, they went out front just out of sight and took our sweet AURORA. Please help us by being on the look out for her or sharing information. 😡
We have received numerous calls today from citizens stating they received a call from Lieutenant Deater advising them that a warrant will be issued for their arrest unless they provide a $500 gift card.
We understand that to most, this type of call would raise a red flag but there are some who might believe it and comply.
No one from this office is making any calls of this nature so please don’t be a victim of this scam.