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More child sex assault charges for local man

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Sheriff's deputies served county jail inmate Samuel Moses Williams with more warrants alleging sexual assault of a child Monday in connection with an incident first discovered last week. Williams, 24, of Sulphur Springs was arrested by police for failure to register as a sex offender at his place of employment last Friday; he was also charged with two separate counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child under 14 years of age. During an interview at the county jail following his arrest, Williams admitted to touching the breasts and genitals of the children. In a related incident last Friday, deputies arrested 23-year-old Danyelle Anneice Carter for tampering with a witness after she threatened young girls who were thought to be victims of sexual abuse by her husband. The additional charges involved the same children, according to sheriff's investigators. Bonds for Williams now total more than a half-million dollars.

Court will be closed Friday

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Sulphur Springs Municipal Court will close Friday, Nov. 7, for computer updates and training. Individuals who have citations and payments due Nov. 7, will be able to pay those Monday, Nov. 10, according to SSMC Judge Phyllis Rogers.

Saddle Up for St. Jude departs Nov. 8, with Carson Bryant as trail boss; donated items still being accepted for auction

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In less than a week, the Two J Ranch in Como will be filled with horses, riders and wagons all “saddling up” to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Center. Saturday, Nov. 8, will mark the fifth year Jim and Jean Murray will be hosting the trail ride and lunch fundraiser on their property.

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Relay for Life campaign starting

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Hopkins County Relay For Life officially kicks off the 2015 fundraising campaign this week, with a committee meeting Monday night and the first team captain’s meeting of the year Thursday.

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Lighting It Up

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 As rain poured down in Sulphur Springs this morning, money was pouring in for the Lights of Life campaign. At the kick-off of its 19th annual campaign, the campaign announced five sponors had each donated $10,000. Executive Director of the Health Care Foundation Jackie Thornton opened the event by greeting a crowd of more than 40 people in the Hopkins County Memorial Hospital lobby. Thornton stood next to a large check with the names of sponsors that donated more than $10,000 to the campaign.

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