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Friday, July 15, 2011
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IN BRIEF SWAT detains man who barricaded self No one was injured after a 42-year-old man barricaded himself inside his home Thursday, causing the College Station SWAT team to respond. Officer Rhonda Seaton, spokeswoman for the department, said police were called at 1:07 p.m.. to the 2500 block of Dartmouth Street in reference to a man who was in crisis and possibly armed. The man threatened to harm himself, but was detained by members of the SWAT team who entered his apartment before he did so. Seaton said the man was taken to a local hospital for a mental health evaluation and other treatment. — Staff report
CLASH: Defense lists other suspects Continued from A9 of court when Greening attempted to enter audio recordings of the Bryan Police Department’s interrogation of Peck into evidence, which was again met by resistance from Parsons. After a heated debate among the attorneys and their co-counsels, Bryan decided the jury would listen to the unedited three hours of recordings accompanied by unredacted transcripts, something neither side had quite wanted. Before the day culminated with the playings of the recordings, which will be finished Friday, both attorneys were able to continue pushing their opening day arguments. Parsons relied on the fact that Peck lied to police about Perez’s whereabouts, as evidenced by the recordings, along with the tire marks found at the crime scene, as proof of guilt. Mathews had confirmed that the tracks and tires on Peck’s Ford Explorer shared a similarity on Wednesday. Greening, meanwhile, listed several people whom he said had suspicious contact with Perez around the time of her death that police had failed to interview during their investigation. Dante Thomas, the man who according to police reports sold Perez $900 worth of crack the night she was murdered, was among those listed by Greening along with the owner of the crack house where she was last seen and a woman who had attempted to cash one of Perez’s social security checks after her death. Greening also cited records of activity on Perez’s cell phone as proof that she was still alive after Peck traveled to Houston from Bryan. Parsons argued that activity wasn’t enough to determine if anyone had actually talked on the phone, to which Mathews agreed.
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Billie June Holick Reece December 9, 1931 - July 12, 2011
Billie June Holick Reece, 79, of Wimberley, passed away peacefully, Tuesday, July 12, 2011 in Austin Texas. Born December 9, 1931 to Bess Sanders and Johnny Holick of Bryan, into a family steeped rich in Texas A&M Tradition, her grandfather, Joseph Holick, was the founder and the first bandmaster of the fightin’ Texas Aggie Band in 1894 and her father John Holick, followed in the family business, as a master boot maker and owner of Holick’s Boots, making over 30,000 senior cadet boots over his lifetime. She and her husband Jim, who preceded her in death in 2004, moved to Wimberley in 1977. They purchased the Wimberley Pharmacy and were blessed with a successful business until retiring in 1993. After retiring they traveled the world extensively with their children and grandchildren. Being active in many organizations, she was a founding member of the Wimberley Civic Club, a devoted member of the Capel in the Hills Church, loved singing with the Community Chorus and house managing for the Wimberley Players, supported the Emily Ann Theatre, and was an avid member of the Wimberley Valley Republican Group. She is survived by daughter and son in law, Terri and Hugh Scherer of Southlake, son and daughter in law, Scott and Linda Speer of Athens, son, Troy Glenn Speer of Wimberley, step-daughter DeLaine Stehle, step-son, Kurt Reece, and was preceded in death by her beloved son, Steven Michael Speer in 1982. Billie has three grandchildren, Katharine Merle of Stansted, UK, Clint Speer of Athens and Tarrah Speer of Austin.; three step grandchildren, Ashley, Kyle and Konnor Reece.; two great grandchildren, Kenji Cole and Stella Merle of Stansted, UK ; nd one step-granddaughter, Raeleigh Reece; two sisters, Carolyn and brother in law, Dwayne Matheson and Kathy Holick Dudley, whom preceded her in death in 2008, plus numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many, many friends. Billie loved, was well loved by all, and will be greatly missed. A Celebration of Life Memorial will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 16, 2011 at the Chapel in the Hills Church 14601 Ranch Road 12 in Wimberley, Texas. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band Association, the Chapel in the Hills memorial fund to benefit their mission projects, or any other charity of your choosing, as she supported many.
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Roger F. Dunn
Dec. 2, 1966 - July 10, 2011 Roger F. Dunn, 44, of Bryan passed away Sunday, July 10, 2011 in Galveston. Visitation will be Friday July 15, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Daniel & Son Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Saturday July 16, 2011 at 11 a.m., at Oakwood Cemetery with Rev. Ebbs ofﬁciating. Roger graduated from Bryan High School. He was a member of Greater Tabernacle Baptist Church and later joined United Full Gospel Church. Roger enjoyed spending time with his friends and family. He was preceded in death by his father, Nooksie “Popsicle” Rodgers. He is survived by his mother, Tilda Dunn Mosley; grandparents, Tilda and Bennie Mosley; brother, Cedric and wife, Latheron Dunn and a special friend, Alfreda Dunn.
Leonard Ray Heard December 27, 1960 - July 2011
Services for Leonard Ray Heard, 50, of Bryan, are set for 11 a.m. Saturday, July 16, at Liberty Baptist Church in Brenham. Interment will follow in Clay Cemetery in Clay, Texas. Arrangements are in the care of Lewis Funeral Home in Brenham. Leonard Ray Heard was born December 27, 1960 in Brenham, Texas, to Jimmie and Martha White Heard and graduated from Brenham High School. He enjoyed driving trucks for a living and spending time in the country. He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Sherle Heard Nickerson. Survivors include his daughter, Dematria Heard and ﬁancé Creighton Goffney, of College Station; brothers and sisters-in- law, Lloyd and Dorothy Heard, Robert and Alice Heard and Jimmie Heard Jr., all of Houston; sisters and brothers-in-law, Josie King, Ophelia and Jimmy Talton, Mary and Carl Kennerson, Gayle Heard, Marilyn LaBome, all of Houston, and Linda and Moosevelt Jackson of Brenham and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. The family extends special thanks and appreciation to all the love, concern and kindness shown to them during this hour of bereavement.
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SIMPSON, Sharon, 58, of College Station passed away July 8, 2011 at her residence. Arrangements are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Crematory.
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