HALIFAX COUNTY, Va. – Authorities are continuing to search for a Halifax County woman who disappeared 12 years ago, according to Virginia State Police.
State police said Hattie Gertrude Brown was last seen on May 16, 2009, at a Sheetz station with her nephew. The gas station is located outside of South Boston near the intersection of Route 501 and Route 58.
According to authorities, she had a silver 2003 Volkswagen Jetta that was later found abandoned behind an old barn on property in the Southeast corner of Halifax County. State police said the car had been set on fire.
Brown, who is approximately 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighs 155 lbs, was last seen wearing a sleeveless top with pants featuring side stripes, according to authorities.
The investigation into her disappearance also indicates that she left her residence without her purse or critical medication.
“Twelve years is long
Property values across Pueblo County increased by more than $280 million over the past few years, ballooning to nearly $2.2 billion across all property classifications, according to recent valuation numbers released by the county assessor.
It’s an increase of 14.7% between 2019 and 2021, compared to an 8.3% increase at the last appraisal in 2019.
The county reappraises property value during odd-numbered years.
“It was expected because we’ve seen what the market is doing. We see all the sales that come through,” Pueblo County Assessor Frank Beltran said. “So that collection period of all of 2019 and the first half of 2020, we could see the values keep climbing, so we knew it was coming.”
It means property owners should be prepared for an increase in property taxes owed this year, especially for properties between 700 and 1,599 square feet, according to Beltran.
FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) — Tulare County deputies recovered more than $4,000 worth of stolen property Sunday morning.
On April 14, deputies were called to a report of two cars being burglarized in the 39300 block of Holly Oaks Lane in Kingsburg. Authorities say the estimated loss was over $4,000.
During the investigation, deputies learned the suspects tried to use the victim’s credit cards in Selma and Hanford.
Just after 7:30 a.m. this morning, deputies found the suspect vehicle in the city of Tulare. Some of the victim’s property was located inside the vehicle, authorities say.
Deputies detained the suspect. He was identified as Keith Boyer.
Deputies also found an additional suspect and location. They responded to a home in the 1000 block of Salom in Tulare. During the search, numerous stolen packages, credit
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