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Chad Allen Stinson
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Chad Allen Stinson
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Chad Allen Stinson
Chad Allen Stinson
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Chad Allen Stinson, 58, of Beeville, died Friday, Dec. 5, 2014. Mr. Stinson was born July 27, 1956, in San Diego, California, to Kay Frances (Davis) and James Felix Stinson. He was a contractor and carpenter by trade and was a member of First Baptist Church of Beeville. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Bill and Billie Davis. Survivors include a son, Travis Allen Corrick; mother, Kay F. Stinson; father, James F. Stinson; three sisters, Denise (David) West of Madisonville, Dawn (John) Jackson of Houston and Laurie Curtis of Beeville; a brother, Randall Stinson of Rocksprings; and six nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held after the first of the year. Arrangements were under the direction of Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Service, Corpus Christi.
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SWAT team finds synthetic marijuana during raid
by Gary Kent
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BEEVILLE — Some Beeville residents will spend this year’s Christmas money hiring lawyers to defend themselves in court on drug charges. Police Chief Joe Treviño said the most recent arrest came Monday at about 6 p.m. when detectives and special weapons and tactics team officers raided a residence in the 1200 block of North Live Oak Street. Officers found six packages of what they suspect is synthetic marijuana and $490 in cash. The chief said the officers entered the residence on a search warrant obtained earlier and took 20-year-old Jacob Lee Benavidez into custody on three state jail felony charges. Each count was for the offense of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance. If convicted of any of the state jail felonies, Benavidez faces a possible sentence of up to two years in a state jail facility and a $10,000 fine. Field Training Officer Chris Haller also took 43-year-old Pedro Arredondo into custody on Dec. 13 on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, synthetic marijuana. Officers alleged that the defendant had between 4 and 400 grams of the drug, making the offense a state jail felony. On Dec. 12, Patrolman Daniel Montemayor took 21-year-old Frank Gutierrez into custody on district and county arrest warrants. The charge was also for possessing synthetic marijuana, less than two ounces. That charge is a Class B misdemeanor. If convicted, the suspect could be confined to the county jail for 180 days and assessed a $2,000 fine. Patrolman Haller also arrested a drug suspect on Dec. 11 on the same charge, possession of synthetic marijuana, less than two ounces. Nathan Magaña, 18, was arrested, and that charge also is a Class B misdemeanor. Gary Kent is a reporter at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 120, or at reporter@mySouTex.com.
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Crowell, Throckmorton crowned 1A champions at AT&T Stadium
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ARLINGTON – The UIL crowned its first two state football champions on Saturday afternoon at AT&T Stadium. Crowell and Throckmorton won the 1A Division I and Division II titles, respectively. In the Division I title game, Crowell (14-0) blitzed May 62-16 in front of 5,277 fans for its second consecutive championship in a rematch of the 2013 title game. Crowell quarterback Mitch Parsley ran for two scores and threw two others in the opening period as the Wildcats took a 32-8 lead. May (12-3) made it 32-16 with 6:13 left in the second quarter, but Parsley threw a 24-yard TD pass less than a minute later to spark a run of 30 unanswered points. The game was called with 1:39 remaining in the third quarter because of the 45-point mercy rule. Parsley finished 9 of 13 for 172 yards and four touchdowns through the air and had five carries for 52 yards and two TDs on the ground. He also returned an interception 28 yards for a score. He was named the game’s Offensive MVP. Steven Perez won Defensive MVP honors for the Wildcats. May was held to just 174 total yards. Zach Davis ran for 31 yards. Issac Williams threw for 65 yards on 4-of-13 passing and also caught a team-high three passes for 18 yards. Crowell also won the MaxPreps national title after finishing atop the website’s national 6/8/9 Man rankings. In the Division II title game, Throckmorton mercy-ruled Groom 66-20 in front of 4,725 fans for its third title in four seasons. The Greyhounds (14-0) scored the game’s first 24 points and were never threatened. They led 32-6 after one and doubled up Groom 28-14 in the second quarter for a 60-20 lead at the break. Casey Mitchell, who ran for three first-quarter touchdowns, put an end to the game on the first drive of the second half. He rumbled in from 26 yards out to cap a 60-yard drive with 8:25 remaining in the third to enact the mercy rule. Mitchell carried the ball just five times but racked up 168 yards and four touchdowns. Mitchell was named the game’s Offensive MVP. Coletyn King rushed for 159 yards and a touchdown, threw a 28-yard TD pass and returned a kick 75 yards for a score for the Greyhounds. He picked up Defensive MVP honors with six total tackles and an interception. Groom’s Trenton Fields rushed for 34 yards and threw for 77. He also returned a fumble 22 yards for a touchdown for the Tigers, who finished the year 13-2. Throckmorton outgained Groom 411-173.
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Jr. High Lady Badgers win second place honors in recent tournament
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On Thursday, Dec. 11 both the Karnes City Jr. High girls teams, 7A and 8A, faced Randolph. Both teams won, 7th A 24-18 and 8th A 53-4. Both teams advanced to the championship game on Saturday. Scorers for 7A: Madyson Wiatrek - 6 Madeleine Franke - 5 Molly Miller - 4 Madison Clubb - 4 Caitlyn Villanueva - 3 Devyn Johnson - 2 Scorers for 8A: Hannah Rhodes - 14 Kiera Robinson - 14 Megan Martinez - 10 Lily Gotthardt - 6 Casey Mathis - 4 Meagan Bailey - 3 Deezja Ellis - 2 Both teams took second place at the tournament on Saturday, December 13th. 7th A played Jourdanton and lost 19-37. 8th A played George West and lost 24-26. Scorers for 7A: Madyson Wiatrek - 4 Madeleine Franke - 4 Caitlyn Villanueva - 3 Devyn Johnson - 2 Madison Clubb - 2 Kayce Mayes - 2 Molly Miller - 2 Scorers for 8A: Kiera Robinson - 11 Hannah Rhodes - 5 Taylor Voelkel - 3 Ashley Reyes - 3 Aileen Krause - 2 The Lady Badgers represented themselves well in the tournament.
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