The News

The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed a case against former BISD warehouse supervisor Daryl Johnson, who was fired in May 2012 under suspicion of theft and subsequently indicted on two counts of felony theft. The indictment alleged Johnson stole approximately $280,000.

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Police say they think they know who did it. They can’t identify the suspect legally, but they think they know. Orange County District Attorney John Kimbrough says, in time, science will prevail and the culprit will be caught, but for now there is nothing he can do without potentially endangering the viability of the case.

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The Examiner has obtained an exclusive interview with one of the neighbors responsible for detaining the accused perpetrator in a fatal shooting in Orange County that occurred July 7.

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photo by Brandi Haskett

Hundreds of children explored the Jefferson County Courthouse on Wednesday, July 9, as a part of “Know Your County Courthouse,” an event organized by local nonprofit Save Our Children (S.O.C) to give the area’s youth a chance to encounter the sights and sounds of the court in a controlled environment.

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The road to success begins early for a local group of young athletes, the B.T. Striders Youth Track Club.

The track season starts in November. For the next seven months, the team practices three days a week. During the winter months, they compete in indoor track meets, including ones in Birmingham, Alabama, and Houston. Then, in the spring, the outdoor season begins. Nearly every other weekend, the B.T. Striders travel to Houston on Saturdays to compete.

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