Orange

A teen who reported to a local emergency center for treatment of a gunshot wound told police he shot himself in the foot accidentally, reports the Pinehurst Police Department. 

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Just weeks after an arrest in Orange for apparent PCP-related intoxication, Brittany Lacole McLeod, aka Britteny McLeod, 32, has been indicated on state jail felony charges of possession of a controlled substance for a separate crime reportedly also related to PCP.

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The Orange Police Department responded to a call of a shooting on Monday, Feb. 11 just before 6 p.m in the 900 block of Cooper. Upon their arrival, officers found an 8-year-old suffering from a gunshot wound to her shoulder. 

Statements given to law enforcement said the child was shot by a 4-year-old male with a handgun. The boy was not initially located at the scene but was found in a nearby vehicle. The handgun wasn't located.

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Police in Vidor have arrested the same convicted felon for evading arrest and possession of drugs and firearms for the second time in two months, reports Vidor Police Department (VPD) Chief Rod Carroll. Officers arrested Branden Aaron Holeman, 39, of Orange County, on Feb. 2 following a previous arrest on similar charges, still pending, on Dec. 12. 

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The windshield of the vehicle provided by Pinehurst PD

Pinehurst Police Department are investigating a hit-and-run after discovering the victim, 40-year-old Black male Jonathan Sibley of Orange, laying on the side of the roadway with head injuries and bleeding profusely in the 3100 block of W. Park in Pinehurst on Saturday, Jan. 5. Acadian Ambulance and first responders from the Pinehurst Volunteer Fire Department cared for Sibley before he was transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Beaumont and then to Memorial Herman Hospital in Houston where he is listed in serious stable condition.

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