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CRACKDOWN PROMISED



Representatives of three Milam County law enforcement agencies held a press conference on the Cameron side of the US 77-190/Texas 36 Little River Bridge Friday to announce a crackdown on outstanding fines and warrants. Anyone with unpaid fines, or warrant issues, not taken care of by March 4 could face arrest the next day. The crackdown is part of a statewide effort. From left: Ted Retchloff, Cameron Police Chief; Ofc. Adam Assaker, Rockdale PD; Precinct 1 Constable John Anderle; Ofc. Stephen Goodrich and Lt. J. D. Newlin, Rockdale PD; Ofc. Tom De Wees and Cpl. Greg Eakens, Cameron PD; Chief Deputy Sheriff Chris White; Lt. Kris Stringer, Cameron PD; Rockdale Police Chief Thomas Harris. See story, page 1A. 
Photo courtesy Cameron Herald Representatives of three Milam County law enforcement agencies held a press conference on the Cameron side of the US 77-190/Texas 36 Little River Bridge Friday to announce a crackdown on outstanding fines and warrants. Anyone with unpaid fines, or warrant issues, not taken care of by March 4 could face arrest the next day. The crackdown is part of a statewide effort. From left: Ted Retchloff, Cameron Police Chief; Ofc. Adam Assaker, Rockdale PD; Precinct 1 Constable John Anderle; Ofc. Stephen Goodrich and Lt. J. D. Newlin, Rockdale PD; Ofc. Tom De Wees and Cpl. Greg Eakens, Cameron PD; Chief Deputy Sheriff Chris White; Lt. Kris Stringer, Cameron PD; Rockdale Police Chief Thomas Harris. See story, page 1A. Photo courtesy Cameron Herald

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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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