Police News

In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Wednesday in the 300 block of Highway 75 Anthony Davison was arrested for commercial burglary, unlawful use of a motor vehicle, two counts of possession of a firearm by a felon and evading.

On the night shift Wednesday, a theft was investigated in the 600 block of I-45.

President Trump Speaks To Supporters In Ohio

In a speech to supporters at a Richfield, Ohio union training site Thursday, President Trump announced the next phase of his administration . . . .

The president’s plan would use $200 billion in federal money as a catalyst for at least $1.5 trillion in spending over a ten-year period to replace or repair bridges, highways, ports, airports and various infrastructure.

Governor Abbott Announces Star of Texas Nominations

Governor Greg Abbott today announced that nominations for the 2018 Star of Texas Awards, which honor peace officers, firefighters, and emergency medical first responders who were seriously injured or killed in the line of duty, will officially open on April 15, 2018. Nominations must be submitted to the Governor’s Office by June 15, 2018.

The nomination form can be accessed through the Governor’s Office website.


Huntsville Police News

In Huntsville Police news, on the day shift Tuesday a known suspect threatened to harm another person in the 200 block of I-45 South. In an unattended death, a person was found deceased in the 7000 block of Highway 75 South. In the 600 block of University Avenue, Jose Guajardo was arrested for Assault Causes Bodily Injury in Family Violence.

On Tuesday’s night shift, an unknown suspect stole cash from a store in the 7000 block of Highway 75 South. In the 2900 block of Chimney Rock Road, Darius Evans was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. In the 400 block of FM 2821 East, James Robertson was arrested for unlawful carrying of a weapon and DWI.

New Businesses & Facilities

According to an article this morning in the Huntsville Item, several news businesses will be coming to Huntsville.

The new Whataburger in the Ravenwood Village shopping center is open.

The Aldi’s grocery store is coming in August next to the new Harbor Freight Store.

Shogun Japanese Grill will take over the location of Bob Luby’s Seafood Grill.

Taking the place of the old Golden Corral will be 7 Leguas Mexican Grill.

At the old location of HEB on Sam Houston Avenue, will be Sterling Huntsville Apartments.

Coming to an area behind WalMart, will be the West Hills Apartment complex.

Fairfield Inn & Suites, next to the Ravenwood Shopping Center, will be opening at the end of this month.

In mid-April, the new Husky Trailer store will open its doors on Highway 19.

The new Atkinson Toyota dealership is still in the early phase of construction on I-45.

The new Boys & Girls Club facility will be at 99 MLK Drive.

The Prison Museum has plans for a 4,500 square-foot addition.