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7 from 7: Stories for your Wednesday

Joshua Calhoun. (Source: Henderson Co. sheriff) Joshua Calhoun. (Source: Henderson Co. sheriff)
Good afternoon!

Here are some stories for your Wednesday afternoon:

1.Henderson County Sheriff Ray Nutt said a man has been arrested after stealing a truck and leading officers on a foot chase.Joshua Paul Calhoun, 33, is now in jail and facing felony theft and evading arrest charges.

2. Oncor Electric employee was flown to the hospital after an accident occurred while a crew was changing a pole on Wednesday morning in Rusk. According to an Oncor spokesman, there was an electrical flash and the employee was either burned or shocked.

3. A 14-foot-long great white shark is lurking somewhere off the coast of the Florida panhandle and headed towards Louisiana. The 2,300-pound beast is being tracked by OCEARCH, a non-profit organization that collects information on great white sharks and other large predators by using satellite tracks and other forms of data.

4. An 89-year-old Philadelphia man was ordered held without bail Wednesday on a German arrest warrant charging him with aiding and abetting the killing of 216,000 Jewish men, women and children while he was a guard at the Auschwitz death camp. The man, retired toolmaker Johann "Hans" Breyer, was arrested by U.S. authorities Tuesday night.

5. In 1988, 7-year-old Courtney Clayton rode her bicycle to a convenience store in Stamford, TX. Her body was found six months later in a field about 50 miles away. No one was ever arrested. See more Texas cold cases here: http://shout.lt/v24B

The 2014 Tyler Cattle Barons' Gala is over, but there was one more thing to do on Wednesday - find out who won a brand new truck. At Hall Buick GMC in Tyler, Steven Hukill was presented with the keys to a brand new truck.This was the first time Hukill has bought a ticket for the drawing.

The Tyler man suspected of a double homicide in Longview on Sunday will not face charges related to a third person injured during the shooting. Isaiah Christopher Roberts, 36, is suspected of shooting and killing Chanda Martin, 38, and Kimberly Rayson, 35, at a home in the 300 block of Thelma Street. Police originally believe that Roberts injured a third person during the shooting. During their investigation, though, Longview police determined the third person was injured after breaking glass when they dove through a window attempting to escape the suspect.

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Stephanie Frazier
KLTV Digital Content Producer
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