Gatesville police arrested five men Thursday afternoon that were reportedly involved in an alleged forged check cashing scheme in Hamilton. Police officers and deputies from the Coryell County Sheriff’s Office stopped a black Mitsubishi on Highway 36 in Gatesville after receiving a description of the car from the Hamilton Police Department.
A 36-year-old Gatesville man who is already serving 20 years in prison on a previous conviction was indicted again last week by a Coryell County grand jury. Christopher Edward Evans was true billed on one charge of assault by occlusion and a separate charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. In January 2014, a jury took only 15 minutes to fi nd Evans guilty of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
The Oglesby Tigers finished off their non-district football schedule with a bang, as they shutout the Buckholts Badgers on homecoming on Saturday, 48-0, to win by way of the mercy rule at halftime.
The Gatesville spikers needed to play a solid match in order to grab a road win on Friday night at China Spring, but it simply did not happen. The Hornets were swept by the Lady Cougars, 18-25, 18-25, 19-25, to fall to 1-2 in District 17-4A.