October 11th, 2011
The Sweetwater Police Department (SPD) received 165 calls for service, issued 15 citations and made 12 arrests from Oct. 7-9, 2011.
The SPD received 104, 911 calls.
â€˘ 2000 block of Lamar.
â€˘ 2000 block of Lamar.
Calls for service:
â€˘ Theft â€” 1200 block of Fowler.
â€˘ Criminal mischief â€” 500 block of Robert Lee.
â€˘ Theft/burglary of vehicle â€” 1100 block of Josephine.
â€˘ Information only â€” 200 block of SE Georgia.
â€˘ Missing person â€” 1600 block of San Carlos.
â€˘ Information only â€” 500 block of Alexander.
â€˘ Theft â€” 400 block of NE Georgia.
Arrested by SPD:
ABILENE â€” Sweetwater picked a good time â€” Fri-dayâ€™s District 5-3A opener at Wylie â€” to play its best game of the 2011 season.
Unfortunately, the Mus-tangs still werenâ€™t too happy at the end. Thatâ€™s because the Bulldogs were still able to pull out a 20-15 victory despite running 31 fewer plays than Sweetwater.
And that wasnâ€™t the only statistic the Mustangs led in. Coach Craig Slaughterâ€™s club racked up 11 more first downs (21-10) and 47 more yards (322-275) in the con-test than Wylie and had just one turnover, the same as the Bulldogs.
Roscoe is still in search of its first win of the year after losing its District 7-1A opener to Hamlin, 40-8, on Friday, while Highland (2-4) was a 46-0 loser to six-man power Sterling City in its final non-district game.
Hamlin 40, Roscoe 8
ABILENE â€” Sweetwater fell to 1-3 in District 5-3A volleyball play after losing to first-place Wylie 10-25, 12-25, 19-25 on Friday.
Kendra Crosson had nine kills to pace the Lady Mus-tangs (17-17 overall), who are idle until this Friday when they host Big Spring.
Kelsi Crosson had four kills, Alicia Finn three, Kathleen Campbell two and Shelby Cason, Larissa Locklar and Suede Shirley one. Finn and Shirley each had eight assists. Kinsey Browning had six digs and Allie Zavaleta four, while Kendra Crosson also had one block and one dig.
Sweetwater went 3-for-4 in middle school football games Tuesday with Wylie, with both seventh grade teams winning.
7th grade Red 18,
After trailing 8-6 at half-time, Sweetwater Red ral-lied for the victory. Jacoby Hunt scored all three Colt touchdowns on runs of 2, 61 and 3 yards and also had a 53-yard run to Wylieâ€™s 10.
Sweetwater Redâ€™s defen-sive standouts were Mat-thew Figueroa, who had an interception, along with Jacob Greenwood, Rocky Perez, Daniel Olguin, Gai-den Crelia, Junior Lawhon, Isaias Aguilar, Jordan McGee and Keenan Cox.
7th grade White 14,
Here are results from the Sweetwater Middle School volleyball teams at the Lub-bock Cooper tournament:
The 7th grade Red won first place, defeating Lubbock Cooper, Shallow-ater, Levelland and Lubbock Christian. They beat Lub-bock Cooper 25-16, 25-19; Shallowater 25-18, 25-8; and Levelland 17-25, 25-9, 25-21; then beat Lubbock Christian 25-14, 25-12.
The 7th grade White won second place as they beat Frenship 25-16, 25-18 and Trinity 19-25, 25-21, 25-18 before losing 20-25, 14-25 to Lubbock Cooper.
A missing Colorado City 13-year-old has been added to the FBI Missing Person's list.
On the website fbi.gov, the Hailey Dunn case is listed as a kidnapping. The FBI says it's offering a $15,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of the individual responsible for this crime.
Hailey went missing from her mother's home in Colorado City on December 27, 2010.
Her mother, Billie Dunn, and mother's live-in boyfriend, Shawn Adkins, were both named persons of interest in the case. Over the last few months, each has moved away from the area.
Shown is the 1910 authentic chuck wagon owned by the West Texas Rehabilitation Center.Â The chuck wagon will be in Sweetwater for the upcoming REHAB fundraising events on Tuesday, Oct. 25 and Wednesday, Oct. 26.Â On Oct. 25, the REHAB will have a Shrimp Peel Dinner and Auction at the Nolan County Annex at 6 p.m.Â The following day the chuck wagon will be at Sweetwater Auction for the annual Round-Up for Rehab sale. A free chuck wagon lunch will be served on Oct.
The Sweetwater Fire Department responded to a one-vehicle rollover on Saturday morning when the driver of an 18-wheeler lost control of the vehicle on the wet road, according to Sweetwater Emergency Services Manager Grant Madden. The driver was headed west bound on Interstate 20 when the vehicle lost control and went through the center median before resting on the other side of the interstate. No transports were made and the trailer of the 18-wheeler was empty.
Sweetwater received much needed rain over the weekend totaling 4.00 inches, which was more than most Big County cities received.
Brownwood received the most rain at 5.21 inches. Also receiving abundant rain was Ballinger with 2.7 inches, Brady with 2.75 inches, Haskell with 2.87 inches, Throckmorton with 4.75 inches, Coleman with 2.44 inches, Clyde with 2.94 inches, Rotan with 2.62 inches and Albany with 3.50 inches.