Donations needed at red kettles in Fannin County
Posted: 7:30 AM - BONHAM,TX---Red kettle donations across Texoma could have a big impact on the Salvation Army in Fannin County.
LEHIGH, OK -- Multiple agencies are still looking for a man they say tried to kidnap his wife in Coal County Saturday morning. Morgan Downing has more on what has now become a nearly 10 hour manhunt.
At 7:00 Saturday morning, Coal County Sheriff, Bryan Jump, says 41-year-old Timothy Paul Horn fled after he took his estranged wife by gun point from her home.
The Sheriff says the struggle ended when the woman wrecked this red car, and was able to flee and flag down a deputy. That's when Jump says Horn fled into the woods. His family members are puzzled by what happened.
"It's very odd. We're a very close family and for one of us to be in trouble or alleged trouble it's really got us uneasy and worried about him," Mandy Crites said.
Authorities say the woman is safe. They say she was treated and released by EMS.
All day deputies with Coal County and Atoka County have searched this wooded area east of Lehigh. State Troopers, including the OHP Tactical Force have also been assisting with the search. Authorities consider Horn armed and dangerous. That comes as a shock to his cousin.
"I have never seen this side of him. But we've been told the same thing, that he's armed, so I don't really know what to think about it to be honest with you," Crites.
Authorities will be searching the area throughout the night. Deputies say Horn has a shaved head and a goatee. If you've seen Horn you are asked to contact the Coal County Sheriff's Office immediately.
Posted: 12/02/2013 - DURANT, Okla., Dec. 2, 2013 – Choctaw Casino Resort in Durant, Okla., a AAA Four Diamond resort and entertainment destination, is welcoming Captain Sig and Edgar Hansen from the Deadliest Catch on Friday, Dec. 6 from 7-10 p.m. at Gilley’s. The event is free to the public.
Posted: 12/02/2013 - Four local people recently completed at least 34 hours of training and 2 hours of courtroom observation in order to become volunteer advocates for children in foster care. The Honorable Judge Lauri Blake administered an oath to the new CASA volunteers in the 336th District Court after training was complete. New child advocates include Priti KC, Mary Norris, Dave Gehalo and Chantal Carey.