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JUL 2

(CALDWELL)–THE SUSPECT IN THE CAPITAL MURDER

OF A CALDWELL MAN HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AFTER HE

TURNED 17 AND WAS TRANSFERRED OUT OF JUVENILE

DETENTION. GAVIN SNOW WAS TRANSFERRED TO THE

BURLESON COUNTY JAIL ON TUESDAY, THE DAY OF HIS

17TH BIRTHDAY. POLICE SAY SNOW SHOT 47 YEAR OLD

STEVEN BRYANT IN THE HEAD AT BRYANT’S HOME ON

OLD SOMERVILLE ROAD ON MARCH 11TH. SNOW HAD BEEN

HELD IN THE ROCKDALE REGIONAL JUVENILE JUSTICE

CENTER UNTIL HIS 17TH BIRTHDAY. HE FACES CAPITAL

MURDER CHARGES IN THE CASE.

(UNDATED)–THE MOMENTUM FOR TAKING AWAY

LAND NEAR MILANO AND GAUSE AND CREATING A

RESERVOIR MAY BE HALTED. A CROWD OF 160 PEOPLE,

MANY OF THEM AFFECTED GAUSE-AREA LANDOWNERS,

PACKED THE REGION “G” WATER PLANNING GROUP

MEETING LAST TUESDAY IN WACO TO EXPRESS THEIR

OPPOSITION TO THE PLAN. MILANO RESIDENT GARY

WESTBROOK, A BOARD MEMBER OF THE PLANNING GROUP,

SAID HE WOULD INTRODUCE A MOTION TO DROP THE

RESERVOIR FROM THE GROUP’S PLANS AT AN UPCOMING

MEETING. HE NOTED THE LAND WOULD NOT BE GOOD FOR

A PROPOSED RESERVOIR BECAUSE ANY STORED WATER

WOULD SIMPLY DRAIN INTO THE CARRIZO OUTCROP.

ALSO, THE RESERVOIR WOULD COVER A PORTION OF

THE EL CAMINO REAL NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL.

(UNDATED)–THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE UNION

PACIFIC TRAIN DERAILMENT IN ROBERTSON COUNTY

COULD TAKE A FEW WEEKS TO DETERMINE A CAUSE,

ACCORDING TO COMPANY OFFICIALS. ABOUT 14 CARS

TOWARD THE MIDDLE OF A TRAIN DERAILED AROUND 4:45

TUESDAY MORNING ALONGSIDE TEXAS 14 SOUTH OF

BREMOND. THE CARS WERE CARRYING SAND FROM

WISCONSIN TO SAN ANTONIO, SO THERE WAS NO CHEMICAL

DANGER.

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