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Timothy Bryan Claypool – Wanted Fugitive

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The Vidor Police Department is asking the public’s assistance in locating a dangerous wanted fugitive, Timothy Bryan Claypool age 31. Mr. Claypool is wanted out of Hardin County for a Failure to Appear warrant in a controlled substance investigation and a Bond revocation out of Jefferson County for Theft.

On Friday, June 10, 2022, Officers from the Vidor Police Department recovered a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of the 2300 block of N. Main that was borrowed by Mr. Claypool from a family member and not returned. Inside the vehicle, officers found an AK-47 rifle, Short barrel Savage Shotgun, a 9mm HW Arms Pistol and a Point Blank Ballistic Vest. Officers believe these weapon s and ballistic vest are stolen. Mr. Claypool is a convicted felon and registered sex offender. He should not be in possession of a firearm or ballistic vest. Timothy Claypool has an extensive criminal record including robbery, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and aggravated sexual assault of a child.

If you have information about this crime or any other crime, contact Crime Stoppers of Southeast Texas by calling 833-TIPS (8477), online at 833TIPS.com or download the P3TIPS App. You WILL remain anonymous and MAY be eligible for a cash reward. Crimestoppers will pay up to a $1,000 reward for the location and arrest of Timothy Claypool or any other wanted fugitive.

Timothy Claypool should be considered armed and dangerous; no attempt should be made to detain him. Police should be notified immediately if his location is known.

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City of Orange to Hold Public Hearing on Proposed Tax Increase

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The City of Orange is holding a public hearing on 29 August 2023 at 5:30 PM at the Orange City Council Chambers at the Orange Public Library.

According to the notice, the proposed tax increase is under the amount that would require voter approval.

 

The public is invited to voice their support or opposition to the proposed tax rate at the hearing

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Vidor Tennis racks up 1st District Win of Season

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The Vidor Pirates posted their first district win yesterday. They hosted the Lumberton Raiders and won 12-7 which brings their district record to 1-1.
  • Katie Hanks
  • Claire Fawcett
  • Jordan Goodman
  • Austin Gibbs
  • Jordan Goodman and Austin Gibbs
  • Bryce Loftin
  • Gideon Rowe
  • Nathan Evans and MIA partner Josh Muckleroy
  • Jose Guerrero Evans
  • Lane Mathues
  • Lane Mathues and Jose Guerrero
Here are the results:
The boys were able to sweep both the doubles division and the singles division. Partners were Lane Mathues/Jose Guerrero, Austin Gibbs/Jordan Goodman, and Nathan Evans/Josh Muckleroy.
Boy singles were Bryce Loftin, Jose Guerrero, Lane Mathues, Gideon Rowe, Jordan Goodman, and Austin Gibbs.
We had two girls win their matches, Katie Hanks and Claire Fawcett.
Up next, the Pirates will be traveling to Crosby on Friday. Some of our Pirates will be taking the night off of tennis to participate in Friday Night Lights, so we will have some “newbies” stepping up and taking their place. This is a great opportunity for them! Can’t wait to see what they can do.
It’s a GREAT Day to be a Pirate!!!!!
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Meet the Cardinals 2023 a Resounding Success

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The Bridge City Cardinals held their 2023 Meet the Cardinals event Monday.

All photos courtesy of Bridge City ISD

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