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Five arrested in Indian Springs

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Five Polk County residents have been jailed after one evaded law enforcement on a four-wheeler. 

On Wednesday, Polk County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Detectives were conducting traffic enforcement in the Indian Springs Subdivision of Polk County, where they encountered a male subject on a four-wheeler. After the officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop, the subject fled.

The four-wheeler was later found at a nearby residence, where detectives received information in regards to the identity of the occupants. The occupants, who were not onscene, were quickly identified as Cody Lamar White and Kaylee Collier, both of Indian Springs.

White was known by the Sheriff’s Office to have an active felony possession of methamphetamine warrant. Additional units from the Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division and Criminal Investigation Division soon joined in the search and subsequently located both White and Collier, hiding inside a travel trailer, also located in the area of Indian Springs.

As a result of this investigation, a search warrant was obtained and multiple arrests were made.

Jonathan Tyler Zuellig, 27, of Livingston, was charged with expired plates, no drivers license, no insurance and an unsecured child less than one year old (not in car seat).

Collier, 23, of Livingston, was charged with hindering apprehension of a known felon and possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).

White, 28, of Livingston, has charges of evading arrest or detention with a vehicle, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of body armor by a felon, possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), and an outstanding warrant for possession of methamphetamine.

Brian Keith Lafferty, 55, of Livingston, was picked up on three outstanding warrants.

Eric Jasper Scroggins, 41, of Livingston, had seven outstanding warrants.

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Corrigan-Camden ISD teacher arrested

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JerniganJerniganA Corrigan-Camden ISD teacher was placed in the Polk County Jail Thursday, charged with an improper relationship with a student. 

At the request of the Corrigan Police Department, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Texas Rangers assisted in the arrest of the teacher, following an investigation that began on Jan. 30 of this year.

Anthony Jernigan, 35, of Corrigan, was arrested on two charges of online solicitation of a minor, a third-degree felony, as well as three charges of an improper relationship between educator and student, a second-degree felony. 

Each charge carries a $50,000 bond, for a total of $250,000. This is an ongoing investigation. Additional information was not available as of press time.

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Amber Alert Update - Law Enforcement asking for camera footage - Amber Alert - Missing Child

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An amber alert was issued shortly after 6 p.m. Thursday for 11-year-old Audrii Cunningham of Livingston.

Law enforcement officials are asking for camera footage facing the roadway from any area around the Scenic Loop, FM 3126, FM 2457 or FM 350 South. Please save all the footage for Feb. 15, from 3 a.m. to the current time.
Polk County Sheriff's Office is investigating. Call 936-327-6810 with information.



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The Suits to perform for community concert

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The Suits

From Enterprise Staff

Billed as “Four Gentlemen, Four Genres, Four Decades,” The Suits will be the act for the Livingston Community Concert Association’s first concert of 2024, part of the 2023-2024 concert season, at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 17 at the Polk County Commerce Center.

Having been influenced by many hit groups including The Four Seasons, The Beatles, Stevie Wonder and Journey, The Suits create a “fusion of doo wop, pop and rock ‘n’ roll.”

“The Suits are comprised of four dynamic gentlemen performing four genres of hit music across four decades. The group fuses smooth choreography and tight harmonies with exciting showmanship and fun audience interaction, taking audiences on a journey from the 50s through the 80s.”

The group consists of Jared Lotz, Luke Monday, Tym Brown and Victor Solomon. Lotz grew up in a small town where he began singing in church and discovered his passion and talent for music. He holds a BFA from the Webster Conservatory of TheaterArts, where he trained in musical theater.

Monday is a professional actor and singer native to Southern California. National tours include Elder Price standby in The Book of Mormon and Sky u/s in Mamma Mia!  He recently starred as Captain America in the world premiere of Rogers: The Musical at Disney’s California Adventure.

Brown, an AMDA grad, hails from Milwaukee, Wis. He has toured professionally as both an actor and a singer. Some of his credits include Scar in Disney’s Tale Of The Lion King, Dan in Next T Normal, Benny in Ren and Vox Lumiere’s international tour of Phantom. He is a lead singer with JazzMafia and The Detroit Nights and has opened for Smokey Robinson.

Solomon found his passion as an artist as a child. He grew up singing in church and in the school choirs. He then went to further his education at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. During his time at A&T he served as an Aggie Success Leader, a member of the Gospel and University Choir, Mr. 1913, Mister North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, a Spring ‘20 initiate into the Beta Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., reigned as the 17th Mister HBCU, and recently graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies Degree. He appeared on Season 20 of NBC’s The Voice where he was a finalist on Team Legend. He plans to someday create his own label.

The Polk County Commerce Center is located at 1017 Hwy. 59 Loop North in Livingston. The doors open at 7 p.m.

Memberships in the Livingston Community Concert Association may be purchased for as little as $50 per person and family rates are also available. Membership will allow one to attend all concerts per season. For additional information go to www.livingstoncommunityconcert.org or contact Sally Frasier at 936-967-0219.

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Roommate argument turns violent

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An Onalaska man was jailed for assault with a deadly weapon after an argument between roommates.

On Sunday, Onalaska police were dispatched to 145 Myers Street in reference to an assault.

Upon arrival, law enforcement met with both the suspect and victim. The victim stated that during an argument, David Alan Claycomb, 66, of Onalaska, produced a knife. The victim stated it was at this point Claycomb proceeded toward him and cut him with the knife on his stomach.

After he was detained, Claycomb stated he and the victim were arguing and the stabbing victim attacked him. Claycomb attempted to show police a mark on his face near his left eye, yet police were unable to see an injury. Stating he pulled a knife due to how big the victim was, Claycomb said he felt the need to protect himself.

The stabbing victim stated he and Claycomb were roommates living together in what police describe as a small travel trailer, and he did not want to file charges. Police were able to locate the knife used during the assault, but did not find blood. Claycomb admitted to wiping the blade before police arrived.

Police also spoke to an on-scene witness, who stated she did not see the assault, but heard the commotion and attempted to clean up the mess in the house after the altercation ended. Due to conflicting statements and a lack of evidence supporting the claim of self-defense, Claycomb was placed into custody and booked into the Polk County Jail on a $15,000 bond.

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