News

Wed
23
Dec

Merry Christmas

The weather may be unseasonably warm, but many homes still show the Christmas season this week in Silsbee. This home on Hendricks Drive captures the season of Christmas with a snowman depicting a wintery haven.
 
Wed
23
Dec

Open carry takes effect Jan. 1

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
23
Dec

Businessman arrested on drug charges

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
16
Dec

Resident voices flood concern to city council

By Meagan Moore
 
Wed
16
Dec

Parolee captured after chase

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Wed
16
Dec

Wreaths Across America

A member of Silsbee Troop 88 Boy Scouts sets a wreath at the Veterans Memorial Park in Silsbee on Saturday. The commemoration was a part of Wreaths Across America sponsored by the Silsbee Womans Club. The wreaths were set out on graves and memorial sites across the Nation for fallen veterans.

 

 

Wed
16
Dec

Sheriff hot topic as filing ends

By Daniel Elizondo
 
Fri
11
Dec

Parolee captured after chase

Silsbee police give chase after spotting fugitive

By Daniel Elizondo

The keen eyes of Silsbee police officers spotted a wanted prison parolee through the streets of Silsbee, before giving chase that ended in Jasper County on Thursday.

Silsbee police officers received a tip of a wanted prison parole fugitive in the Silsbee area after finding out from a recent domestic case on Wednesday.

Police Chief Mark Davis said the wanted fugitive, identified as Mark Mobley, 34, was allegedly named as one person at a home during a dispute south of Silsbee.

Police received information that Mobley was wanted by the Texas Board of Pardons and Parole for violating parole.

Wed
09
Dec

Be wary during Holiday shopping Authorities warn of scammers and fraud.

By Meagan Moore
 
With Christmas right around the corner, it means more people are spending money for gifts, decorations, and food. However, more spending comes with a price, the chance to become a victim of fraud and identity theft.
 

 

Wed
09
Dec

Suspect charged in shooting

By Daniel Elizondo
 
One person was injured after gunfire rang out in Silsbee on Tuesday evening at around 6 p.m.
 

According to Silsbee Police Chief Mark Davis, a 22-year-old victim was transported from the 700 block of North 4th Street, suffering from wounds from a shotgun blast.

Davis said the victim, Johnny Ray Matlock of Silsbee, drove to North 4th Street from the 500 block of Bonner Street, where the shooting occurred.

A 24-year-old male suspect, Ross Scottie Williams, was taken in for questioning by Silsbee police, and later arrested.

However, Matlock refused to press charges.

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