Featured Archives - Ksst Radio
Escapee Ebey and His Accomplice in Jail After a Tuesday Search
Jun27

Escapee Ebey and His Accomplice in Jail After a Tuesday Search

It took the day and assistance from Texas Department of Criminal Justice tracking dogs from Palestine and the Henderson County Sheriff and his deputies but Barney Dwayne Ebey, 53, and his accomplice Todd Joseph Saranzinski, 55, are in Hopkins County jail once again. Ebey fled a workgroup at the Hopkins County Civic Center Tuesday morning around 8 a.m. He was found west of Athens late Tuesday afternoon. Now, Sheriff Lewis Tatum knows...

Read More
Inmate Escapes Work Group at Civic Center
Jun27

Inmate Escapes Work Group at Civic Center

At Hopkins County Civic Center at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning, Hopkins County inmate Barney Dwayne Ebey, 53, walked away from a work group he was assigned to and Sheriff’s office personnel are now looking for him. Ebey escaped in an unknown direction.   Ebey is 5ft, 11-inches tall and weighs 180lbs. He has fair skin, blonde hair and Hazel eyes with facial hair. He is charged with Engaging in Organized Crime and theft of property less...

Read More
Clayton Sentenced to 10 Years in TDJC
Jun26

Clayton Sentenced to 10 Years in TDJC

Shatobia Keoshia Clayton, 29, of Sulphur Springs was sentenced to 10 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice in Eighth Judicial District Court Monday. Clayton was arrested Monday night May 2, 2016, on a 2nd degree felony charge of Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 more than 4-grams but less than 200-grams with Intent to Deliver. Clayton was the driver of a vehicle that was stopped for a traffic violation....

Read More
SSHS Grad Jessica Rivera Awarded Stars on the Rise Scholarship
Jun24

SSHS Grad Jessica Rivera Awarded Stars on the Rise Scholarship

COMMERCE, TX—The Office of Hispanic Outreach & Retention and Profes! at Texas A&M Commerce co-hosted the annual Stars on the Rise Scholarship Awards Program in collaboration with The Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The event was held at the Dallas County Schools Technology & Training Center. The event was led by Dr. Lee Young, associate vice president for enrollment management, Dr. Fred Fuentes, assistant dean...

Read More
Cedillo Faces State Jail Felony Charges for Shattering Glass Wall With Ring
Jun24

Cedillo Faces State Jail Felony Charges for Shattering Glass Wall With Ring

His act is a State Jail Felony due to the value of the damage done. During an interview with Sulphur Springs Police Department Detective Bo Fox, Wesley Lane Cedillo, 18, listed as homeless confessed to vandalizing the glass restroom on the west side of Celebration Plaza Wednesday night.. He stated that he shattered the glass with his ring. The glass and other damage done in the Criminal Mischief is valued at over $2500. The glass...

Read More
Update: Arrest Made for Vandalism on Celebration Plaza
Jun23

Update: Arrest Made for Vandalism on Celebration Plaza

  Update: CEDILLO,WESLEY LANE identified and arrested for his role in the vandalism. Update: According to Police Chief Jay Sanders, a 19-year old male has been arrested for Criminal Mischief in breaking the glass on the Celebration Plaza restroom. The glass restroom on the west side of Celebration Plaza now has two shattered windows and a barricade with police tape around it following an act of vandalism Wednesday night around 10...

Read More
Stewart Sentenced to 10 Years for Possession of Child Pornography
Jun23

Stewart Sentenced to 10 Years for Possession of Child Pornography

Richard Lee Stewart, 34, of Sulphur Springs was sentenced to 10 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Thursday in Eighth Judicial District Court according to Matt Harris, Assistant District Attorney. Harris stated that this was the maximum sentence allowed for the Felony 3 Possession of Child Pornography case. Stewart was one of two Hopkins County men arrested in June 2014 in a case developed by through the Internet Crimes...

Read More
Sulphur Springs Rotary Club Scholarship and Grant Recipients
Jun22

Sulphur Springs Rotary Club Scholarship and Grant Recipients

by Savannah Owens At their meeting on June 22nd, the Sulphur Springs Rotary club gave out Senior Scholarships to 6 seniors and grants to organizations around the community. The rotary club is 12 years old, and has 66 members and 4 honorary members. The money for the scholarships and grants came from their Claws for a Cause event.    The Rotary Club received 21 applications for the scholarships from all over Hopkins County. Two...

Read More
A Chat with Tom Sellers Celebrating Alliance Bank’s 90th Birthday
Jun21

A Chat with Tom Sellers Celebrating Alliance Bank’s 90th Birthday

by Enola Gay President and CEO of Alliance Bank Tom Sellers paid a visit to the KSST Morning Show to share a bit of Alliance Bank history with listeners and viewers. You can see read the history and view historic photos on the bank website, alliancebank.com.  In brief, the bank’s birth was during the Depression era, when in 1927 it was chartered by two of the largest shareholders of First State Bank which had closed for...

Read More
Additional Charges for Mowrer; Bryant Also Charged
Jun21

Additional Charges for Mowrer; Bryant Also Charged

Additional charges were added Tuesday for Jeffrey Edward Mowrer, 25, arrested Monday for Tamper Fabricate Physical Evidence with Intent to Impair and Possession of a Controlled Substance less than 28-grams. Mowrer had fled Hopkins County Deputies attempting to serve an arrest warrant for burglaries that occurred in southern Hopkins County where Mowrer was staying with a female on State Highway 154 (see first arrest below). Along with...

Read More