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Terrell TX Area News
Friday, August 28, 2015
Terrell Police arrested a 19-year-old Terrell man identified as Cornelius Bell late Wednesday night on drug charges after stopping Bell in the 700 block of West Grove Street for traffic violations. Bell fled the scene in his car while police were running a check on him, and he was observed by police throwing several items out ofthe window of the car. The items were recovered and turned out to be 13 baggies of marijuana. Bell was again stopped and arrested for evading arrest or detention with a motor vehicle, tampering with physical evidence, delivery of marijuana and he was issued a citation for no valid driver's license. Bell also had an outstanding misdemeanor traffic citation for failure to maintain financial responsitility.

Police say speed was a contributing factor in a two vehicle accident around 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon on Farm to Market 2932 at Hancock Avenue. A vehicle was turning left onto Hancock when a second vehicle, travelling at a high rate of speed according to the investigating officer, attempted to pass the turning vehicle, striking the driver's side of the vehicle and then travelling another 100 yards coming to rest in a field. Neither driver was injured, however a passenger in the second vehicle was taken to Dallas Regional Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threating injuries.

What was believed to be a water tanker truck, which was parked in a construction equipment holding area near the Forney Community Park, was heavily damaged by fire last night around 9:15. Firefighters arrived at the scene to find the truck fully involved, but they quickly had the fire extinguished. The cause of the fire was not determined, however the fire marshall was called to the scene to investigate.

Kaufman County Commissioners will meet Wednesday, September 2nd, to hold a public meeting on the next fiscal year's proposed budget. They will also consider setting salaries, expenses and other allowances for all elected county and precinct officers. They will consider adopting the budget, and also consider adopting the new tax rate for the upcoming fiscal year, which is 57.62 cents per $100 apparaised value. That rate is the same as last year's tax rate, but there is an increase in the appraised values on the tax roll, primarily due to new development in the county, which accounts for an increase in the total taxes levied.

The funeral for Mrs. Elna Roberson, a longtime Terrell resident, who passed away Thursday, August 20th, at the age of 9,. will be tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Anderson Clayton Funeral Home in Terrell.