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City of Kaufman, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:16
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:0
Aggravated Assault:11
Property Crime:141
Larceny Theft:103
Motor Vehicle Theft:8
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Total population of residents6,703
White resident population recorded4,787
Black or African American resident population recorded655
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded58
Asian resident population recorded58
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded2
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded2,185
Resident population of some other race recorded909
Resident population of two or more races recorded234
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Warehouse arson suspect indicted by Kaufman County grand jury
FORNEY, Texas – A Kaufman County grand jury has indicted Abudulkader Hassan Elsaddi, of Dallas, Texas, for an arson fire at his auto parts warehouse which destroyed the building last year. {loadposition adinsert} Elsaddi was first arrested and charged with the arson on February 21, 2014, by Kaufman County Assistant Fire Marshal Randy Richards after a six month investigation. Elsaddi's bond was set at $100,000 at the time of his booking into the Kaufman County Jail – he posted bond the same day and was released. Elsaddi was the tenant of the warehouse located at 12035 South Profit Row near Farm-to-Market (FM) 1641 and was operating A&O Foreign Auto Parts. Firefighters from Forney and Terrell, Texas, responded to the fire on September 6, 2013, to find a fully engulfed warehouse. The extreme heat inside the building melted the metal support beams and exterior walls before half of the building collapsed. Elsaddi spoke with fire investigators the night of the fire and indicated he left his warehouse hours before the fire. Video of the fire was captured by here. No other buildings were damaged in the fire and no injuries were reported.
Happening April 17 2014 - Source:

Man's body recovered from Cedar Creek Reservoir in Kaufman County

Kaufman County begins work on regional 911 dispatch center
KAUFMAN, Texas – The Kaufman County Commissioners' Court approved a $1.1 million contract to begin construction on a regional dispatch center which will be housed in the old Armory Building on South Houston Street in Kaufman, Texas. {loadposition adinsert} The contract also begins preparation for a Kaufman County Emergency Operations Center within the same building. The commissioners approved the contract with Ed A Wilson, Inc for a total contract price of $1,147,603.37. The regional dispatch center will serve several communities in Kaufman County who enter into an inter-local agreement with the county. The regional dispatch center will initially house four county dispatchers with available room for eight dispatchers as inter-local agreements are made. The Armory Building was chosen as the site due to its room for additional dispatchers and also the ability to have adequate back-up battery power.  Both are items which cannot be addressed at the dispatch's current location within the Kaufman County Jail, according to county officials. New equipment will also be purchased to address a concern among the court and first responders – dead zones in the signal of the current radios in certain areas of the county. The purchase of the equipment is not included in the contract but will be made at a later date. The county has attempted to place repeaters in the dead zones to remedy the issue but have been unsuccessful in some areas, according to Kaufman County Sheriff David Byrnes who said the equipment currently in use was purchased more than ten years ago and is reaching its end-of-life. The county will seek a grant in the future to aid in the purchase of new radio equipment to retrofit the dispatch center, according to Kaufman County Judge Bruce Wood. If no grant is available, the county will likely go into a lease-purchase agreement to obtain the new radio equipment which they used to purchase their current equipment. “When it comes to public safety, if we have a firefighter, or a deputy, or a constable … that's in dire straights that needs help and they can't communicate, I think that's our duty as a commissioners' court, I feel, on my watch at least, that I don't want that on my hands if something terrible happens,” said Wood. Terrell Mayor Hal Richards, Terrell City Manager Tori Edwards, Terrell Police Chief Jodi Lay, Kaufman Assistant Fire Chief Ronnie Davis, and Crandall Police Chief Dean Winters each spoke in favor of the regional dispatch center at the commissioners' court meeting. “Crandall is in support of this as well,” said Winters. “We're outside on the fringe of communications. In fact, my officers, most of the times, we can't even use our portable radios. So, improving this system is going to make the west side of the county a lot safer.” Authorities also mentioned the shooting death of Mark Hasse. If the vehicle used during the shooting death of Hasse traveled west from Kaufman to Seagoville where it was later recovered by authorities, a regional dispatch center could have communicated the vehicle's description much quicker. “We actually sent units and myself personally here [after the shooting],” said Winters. “Odds were, we passed that vehicle. If we had been in a regional situation, we may have been able to stop that vehicle.” The City of Forney recently upgraded their radio system and installed a new communications tower. When Forney's Justice Center was built, an Emergency Operations Center was included. Although the city may participate in the regional dispatcher center in the future, it currently does not have plans to do so, according to officials.Construction is expected to last five to six months.
Happening April 17 2014 - Source:

Juror turnout for Williams case is below 50 percent
Three-thousand potential juror notices may have been sent out for the Eric Williams capital murder trial, but less than 50 percent of those summoned went to the Rockwall County Courthouse on March 28.
Happening April 17 2014 - Source:

County moves forward with regional dispatch center
Kaufman County is one step closer to a regional dispatch center Monday after commissioners approved a contract for construction of the facility within the Armory building on S. Houston Street.
Happening April 17 2014 - Source:

School board approves Crawford as principal
The Kaufman Independent School District Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Dr. Dan Crawford to become Kaufman High School Principal at Monday’s regular meeting.
Happening April 17 2014 - Source:

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PD: Accused Kaufman County Killer Had Another Hit Planned
It was a crime spree that crippled the small North Texas town of Kaufman and left three people dead. Now, CBS 11's I-Team has exclusive, new information that reveals yet another bizarre twist in a case that made national news.
April 16 2014 - Source:

Report: Divers find gun linked to slaying of Kaufman Co. asst. DA in lake
Divers recovered a gun from a Texas lake that is believed to be the weapon used to kill Kaufman County Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse in January 2013.
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Warrant: Gun linked to death of Kaufman County assistant DA found in lake
NEWS 8 EXCLUSIVE KAUFMAN — State police divers have recovered a weapon from Lake Tawakoni that forensic testing shows was used to assassinate Kaufman County Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse last year  – a find expected be a linchpin in the prosecution of former Kaufman County Justice of the Peace Eric Williams.   The gun, as well as a second gun and black mask, were recovered March 5 as ...
April 02 2014 - Source:

New Rotarian
Cedar Creek Lake Rotary President, Mike Groom, welcomes new member Melinda Polk to the club. Polk is Director of Development at Kaufman county Senior Citizens Services, Inc. The Cedar Creek Lake Rotary Club meets noon each Friday at Cedar Creek Country Club.
March 13 2014 - Source:

Fatal shooting suspect arrested
The Kaufman County Sheriff's Office is reporting that a Kemp woman was killed in what authorities are calling a domestic dispute, and a man has been arrested. The unidentified woman was shot and killed Tuesday night, March 11.
March 13 2014 - Source:

Dive team searching lake for weapons used in Kaufman Co. DA slayings
A dive team is searching an East Texas lake Wednesday for weapons used in the March 2013 slayings of the Kaufman County district attorney, his wife and a chief deputy.
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