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Baytown Sun (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Baytown, Texas Missing woman a body found in Cove by Matt Hollis the body of a missing woman has been discovered in a wildlife Refuge in Cove. According to Chambers county sheriff Brian Hawthorne the body of april Forney 38, was found at the . Mayes wildlife Trace area in Cove. A she was found with her Throat Cut a Hawthorne said. A her body had been dumped on the West Side of the Hawthorne said they believe Forney was reported missing out of Texas City on june 14. Forney according to a Facebook Page attributed to Forney she studied at la Marque High school beginning in 1994 and worked at a save our the Chambers county sheriffs office and the Texas rangers Are investigating the Case. Authorities Are asking anyone if they were in the Vicinity of the Trinity River specifically the eastbound on the West Side of the Trinity River and South of interstate 10, any time Between sunday at noon through monday at 4 p m. Or have seen her vehicle to Contact the Coso criminal investigation division at 409-267-2500. Bun thursday june 18,2015 vol. 95, no. 114 a 2015 a since 1922 serving our readers since 1922 Sun news sports All stars players from Barbers Hill and Dayton named to All state team Bill More drip than drama a a Anahuac Man shot Iii Home invasion Speed thrills at Royal purple Nora Texas sportsman Challenge racers seek share of $519,000 purse Page in hotshots food finds explore Baytown s entertainment and dining options Page 6a obituaries a Theresa Thibodeaux Gobert Page 3a weather High 88 Low 76 Cloudy Page 2a Baytown Sun photo by Matt Hollis Kenny Nagel Points to the damage a fallen Pecan tree caused to his House on the Corner of Scott Street and North Commerce Street. Nagel said he just replaced his roof recently. Tropical storm Bill while not the worst storm this area has experienced did result in some flooding. Its a Tail Quot drove More rain into Baytown wednesday. Storm moves on Quot Tail brings More rain by Matt Hollis while tropical storm Bill May not he the most memorable tempest to have visited the Baytown area it still brought More unwelcome rain and floods in its Wake. A Tornado watch was placed into effect for Baytown until 7 wednesday and a flood watch continued through most of the Day. By noon the National Hurricane Center had downgraded tropical storm Bill to a tropical depression. It still had winds of about 40 mph and continued to move in a northerly direction at 13 mph. Ryan Holzaepfel Baytown Deputy emergency management coordinator. Said that Baytown received isolated amounts of about 4 to 6 inches of rain wednesdays but that the heavy rainfall threat had subsided by nighttime. A the Tail of tropical storm Bill was the source of the additional Holzaepfel said. Kent Prochazka of the National oceanic and atmospheric administration said although a Flash flood watch was in effect rainfall rates had diminished except for Polk. Libert and Chambers counties a these Eastern areas have not had the Heas Ier rain amounts so flooding should be More of the Street and Low lying area Type flooding a Prochazka said a the Flash flood watch Mas need to be extended into the evening along the immediate coast if storms near Corpus Christi hold together and move up the Prochazka also said that rain chances would continue across the area through thursday As the Rich Gulf moisture continues to flow into the area w Ith drier air from the West and East pinching Oft the moisture tap. A storms that do form will be quite capable of Brief heavy downpours. But should be More isolated to wide scattered in nature and not As Kelv to Cluster up or train Over the same he said the rain totals for Bas town Between june 12 and 17 were measured daily at the City s four Wastewater treatment plants this see Bill a Page 5a Mcnair to acid mile Moth anniversary of june tenth Ai k i in w Ozni by Matt Hollis a Man was shot during a Home invasion in Anahuac after two people broke into his Home and stole Money. Cham hers county sheriff Brian Hawthorne said that on tuesday at 1 13 ., 911 received a Call about Crawley a Home invasion that had just occurred on Eagle ferry Road South of Anahuac in Chambers county. The Call Fuller or who was also the victim. Stated that two men broke into his residence shot him and then stole Money a Hawthorne Mart a said. A the v Letim then gave a description of the suspects and the vehicle they fled in. Including the direction of travel Quot two Chambers county deputies scan Perry and Brian Orlando saw the vehicle that tit the description from the 911 Call and were Able to intercept the fleeing felons. A i am real proud of my Hawthorne said. A they were at the right place and right time when they spotted the vehicle that tit the description w Hen they turned around on the vehicle the occupants darted to throw see it a Page a Bible verse then Peter said Quot Silver or Gold i do not have but what i have i give you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth acts 3 6 connect g like our Facebook Page Baytown Sun follow us on twitter blk a theban Townson 5 8 69 5 0 0 i 0 0 by Christopher James Friday will Mark 150 years since the emancipation proclamation was read on the Harbor pier of Galveston and the june tenth committee of Mcnair is excited to celebrate. T he committee announced a full Day of activities this saturday. Which will Mark the committee s 19th year. The festivities will take place at the Edna Mac Washington Park and j i Walker Center 7613 Wade Road. A this is something w Here people can come together and just enjoy themselves in an atmosphere of Friendship and fun a said Fem Alfred co chairman of the june Teeth committee of Mcnair. A a it a a Fellowship the Celebration will kick offal to W us a Parade consisting of floats decorated trucks and cars Trail riders and individuals on horseback. The Parade will Start at the intersection of Jones and Richard streets and end at the Walker Center a your tire truck will Lead the Parade and we to have kids Riding their bicycles Riding their four wheelers and also we have horses different clubs that come like motorcycle clubs and also people in the Community that have decorated their said Alfred. A and we have different organizations participating in see 15gth a Page a Baytown Little theater youth theater will present a malice in worn Friday through sunday at the Baytown Community Center. For Ashley Aguiar Jenna Wagner Jennifer s. Coronado and mar see More on Page 2a. M left a o Wagne skip the trip to the Bank. Moru Defost a a a

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