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The Department of Public Safety is reaching out to surrounding communities to get them ready for Mays upcoming runoff elections. D.P.S. will be setting up mobile ID stations to help you to get an election identification certificate, if you don't already have the required valid picture ID to vote in Texas.
D.P.S. Trooper Chris Ray says the mobile sites will be in Miami, Claude, and Silverton. "Those places are so far from a regular D.P.S. office, so the way it's been set up is you can actually do that without having to drive. We are trying to be available to help you out...make sure you are able to exercise that right to vote."
Mobile sites will be available April 29th-May 1st from 9:00am-4:00pm. .
Click here to find qualifications to receive an election ID.
Silverton, TX 79011
Roberts County Tax Assessor-Collector
300 E. Commercial
Miami, TX 79059
Armstrong County Courthouse Basement
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Claude, TX 79019
A 17 year old has been arrested in connection with four home burglaries.
The burglaries were all reported in northeast Amarillo between 4:30 and 5:45 p.m. on Saturday. 17 year old Andres Lugo was booked into Potter county on four counts of burglary of a habitation after being caught with a gaming console and other items taken from a home on northeast 23rd.
Officers are still looking for laptops and other items taken from homes on Evergreen, Foxglove, and Gardenia.
A juvenile seen with Lugo during one of the burglaries has not been located.
Another civil suit has been filed against Stanley Marsh III claiming sexual abuse.
Marsh's wife, son, and two of Marsh's companies were also named in the lawsuit. The suit, filed April 14th, seeks more than a million dollars in damages for intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, and gross negligence.
In April of 2012, a Potter county grand jury indicted Marsh on numerous felony counts alleging sexual assault, sexual performance by a child, and indecency with a child.