Corsicana Police Department
• Police are investigating a report that a man exposed himself to some children in a private home Thursday afternoon in the 100 South 30th Street.
• A burglar with the munchies broke into the Muah Salon in the 700 block of West Second Avenue and stole a box of latex gloves and one box of Girl Scout Cookies, Thin Mints. The damage to the door cost $50. The total value of the items taken was less than $11.
• Someone tried to break into the animal shelter
• A woman was arrested for cutting her significant other with a knife around 11:40 p.m. Thursday in the 400 block of North Fifth Street. The woman told police that the man had done it to himself, but she was arrested anyway.
Navarro County Sheriff’s Office
• Twenty-four head of cattle, 22 Brangus cows and two calves, some with yellow ear-tags, were stolen Wednesday from a pasture on SWCR 4040 near Dawson. Estimated value of the animals was set at $15,000.
• Two steers, branded on their left hips, were reported missing Tuesday from a pasture on NWCR 1090 near Emhouse.
• A Bersa semi-automatic pistol was stolen Tuesday from Circle Drive in Corsicana. It was valued at $220.
Compiled by Daily Sun City Editor Janet Jacobs from reports released by the Corsicana Police Department and the Navarro County Sheriff’s Department.
Corsicana Police Department
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6:30 p.m. update: Heaviest storms pass to the east
Light rain and a few thunderstorms remain, but the heaviest of the weather had moved to the east of Navarro County at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
5 p.m. Update: Storms cover most of county, Tornado Watch remains in effect
At 5 p.m. radar imagery shows the line of storms covering most of Navarro County, with the heaviest storms in the northern half of the county.
There have been no reports of severe weather as of 5 p.m., but frequent lightening, gusty winds and rainfall are occurring across the county.
A Tornado Watch remains in effect until 7 p.m.
4:30 p.m. update - Storms entering Navarro County
A line of thunderstorms has moved into the county, with the possibility of heavy rain, hail, high winds, and still a possibility of a tornado forming. A Tornado Watch remains in effect until 7 p.m.
405 p.m. Update: Storms entering Navarro County
At 405 p.m., radar imagery shows the leading edge of storms entering the western part of Navarro County.
We remain under a Tornado Watch until 7 p.m. No new watches or warnings have been issued by the National Weather Service.
3:30 p.m. Update - Tornado Watch remains in effect through 7 p.m.
Storms are continuing to build to the west of Navarro County, stretching up through the metroplex.
Navarro and surrounding counties remain under a tornado watch until 7 p.m.
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