Investigation continues in abandoned child case
Corsicana Police Chief Randy Bratton said Tuesday investigators are continuing their probe into the abandonment of a newborn infant, found Sunday night on the carport steps of a home on North 38th Street. The child is in good condition and is being cared for by Child Protective Services.
Bratton said they are investigating leads in the case, but no suspect has come forward in connection with the case.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Corsicana Police Department at (903) 654-4902.
Corsicana Police Department
• A building was burglarized sometime over the weekend in the 1900 block of North 45th St.
• A man reported being assaulted Friday afternoon in the parking lot of the Walmart, 3801 W. Highway 31.
• Several people were allegedly fighting in the street around 6:40 p.m. Friday in the 600 block of East 14th Ave.
• Two people robbed someone they knew at gunpoint Saturday in the parking lot of the Walmart.
• A woman lost her wallet last Wednesday while she was at the Taco Shop, 1119 W. Seventh Ave.
• A car was burglarized Saturday night or Sunday in the 2000 block of West 10th Ave.
• A man had a gun pointed at him by a stranger Monday around 5 p.m. in the 3000 block of View Lane.
• Two women who got into a fight both filed assault charges on one another Saturday in the 1200 block of South First Street. The fight consisted of pulling hair, striking and tripping.
Navarro County Sheriff’s Office
• A six-foot-long sword and a Karaoke machine were stolen in a home burglary Friday from a home on Highway 14 near Currie. Total value of the items taken was placed at $380.
• A black plastic mail box was stolen Saturday from FM 2930 near Blooming Grove. It was valued at $35.
• Two all-weather deer feeders, and two digital game cameras were stolen Saturday from a pasture on Northwest County Road 3290 near Irene. Total value of the items was estimated at $1,500.
Investigation continues in abandoned child case
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Corsicana Christmas Parade set for 6 p.m. start
The Festival of Lights Christmas Parade in Corsicana will go on as scheduled at 6 p.m. Saturday. That's the word Saturday from parade organizer Dennis Thornberg, who said while the weather wil be cold, it should be dry at parade time.
Sheriff's Corner: November another busy month for sheriff's office
The Sheriff's Office answered 1,359 calls for service in November that included 121 loose livestock calls, 17 burglary motor vehicle, 8 burglary of building and 16 residential burglaries. The N.C.S.O. Dispatch received 1,847 calls for assistance to 9-1-1 during the month. There were 310 persons arrested and booked into the Navarro County Justice center.
Divided Attention: Thomas McNutt has ties to both teams in TAPPS DIII title game
Without conviction, Thomas McNutt would probably be in Chapel Hill, N.C. Instead, the 23-year-old Texas A&M graduate is here, in Corsicana, learning the family business at the Collin Street Bakery. For an evening, he’ll get to relive some of the greatest memories of his life, and make a few more. When Dallas’ First Baptist Academy faces Bryan’s Brazos Christian School for the TAPPS Division III state championship at Tiger Stadium Monday, McNutt will be there.
But who will he root for?
Weather stirring things up
About 93 homes were without power Friday afternoon in Northwestern Corsicana, on streets around Forrest and Cambridge, the result most likely of ice on lines and in nearby trees.Sporadic outages had been reported around Corsicana, most of them caused by trees limbs sagging under the weight of ice and pulling on power lines, said Pat Ann Wilson, spokeswoman for Oncor.
Annual Navarro County Toy Run bike ride off, but effort to go on
The eighth annual Navarro County Toy Run will ride on. Well, not the ride part. It has been canceled thanks to the weather. Collecting toys and cash for kids around the area is alive and well. The toy drive, spearheaded by the Wind & Fire (firefighters) and Blue Knights (police officers) motorcycle clubs, will go on Saturday despite the fact Mother Nature did not cooperate.
Police wives’ group chipping in with toy drive before parade
These ladies stay busy. They park cars at community events. Host fundraisers. Help out families. You know, the good stuff for mankind. Saturday, they intend to brave the cold in downtown for needy children in the community. The Corsicana Police Officers’ Wives Auxiliary is teaming up with Double Trouble Duds for a toy drive before the parade Saturday. And yes, Santa will be there.
Downtown lighting canceled; parade marches on
The downtown lighting ceremony scheduled for Friday night has been canceled, according to Main Street Director Steve Dieterichs.
The Christmas Parade, hosted by the Festival of Lights, will go ahead as planned on Saturday night, according to Dennis Thornberg, parade organizer.
Road conditions, weather likely to get worse through day
Navarro County avoided the large accumulations of ice overnight, but that could soon change. Temperatures managed to stay above freezing for the most part, and most roads are clear. A wave of heavy rain mixed with sleet and thunder just rolled through, and temperatures are expected to fall throughout the day.
Collins remembered Thursday
A man whose name is synonymous with education in Corsicana was recognized at a special breakfast Thursday at the Collins Catholic School.
James L. Collins died 60 years ago December 8, but his legacy lives on in the children of the community.
Gloria Gillen’s four children attended the Collins Catholic School and went to college on Collins Scholarships. She was among those at the breakfast Thursday.
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