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Arrests made by the Marshall Police Department

Arrests made by the Marshall Police Department

A Harrison County jury sentenced a Marshall man to five years in prison Friday after finding him guilty of escaping the custody of police while trying to arrest him on Memorial Day.

The Hallsville fire station is heating up, thanks to the debut Wednesday of the new “Firehouse Grub” cookbook from the Hallsville Volunteer Fire Department.

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The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in identifying a suspect or suspect vehicle involved in the theft of a trailer. The theft occurred on HWY 43 south near Grangeway. If you have any information in this case call the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Wrig…

Arrests made by the Marshall Police Department

Incidents reported to the Marshall Police Department

Arrests made by the Marshall Police Department

Activity reported by the Marshall Police Department

A person making multiple phone call threats to Marshall High School and the Marshall ISD administration building led to the district locking down all nine of its campuses for more than an hour on Thursday while police investigated.

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UPDATE: 12:38 p.m.: The lockdown has been lifted. All campuses and buildings are now back running at normal schedules, Marshall ISD spokesman David Weaver said. 

Arrests made by the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department

Drivers traveling through the intersection of Loop 390 and Hwy 154/Van Zandt Avenue in Marshall will see a new safety precaution on Thursday in the form of a newly activated red light, Texas Department of Transportation officials announced this week.

A Go Fund Me account has been established to assist with the funeral expenses of an Elysian Fields Middle School student, who died Tuesday. 

Arrests made by the Marshall Police Department

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The mother of a 5-year-old Waskom boy and her boyfriend could now face capital murder charges in the death of her son, according to Harrison County District Attorney Reid McCain’s office on Tuesday.

Arrests made by the Marshall Police Department

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A five-year-old Waskom boy whose mother and her boyfriend were arrested this week by Harrison County Sheriff’s Office officials on felony charges of injury to a child, has now died.

The Greater Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the annual Law Enforcement Firefighters Appreciation Dinner yesterday evening.