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San Jacinto County
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3 Justice of the Peace Randy Ellisor, Everitt and San Jacinto County 911 Coordinator John Nunn who they supported for county judge."Yes sir, he said John Nunn and another person had access and probably put it there," Briscoe said.
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2 commissioner Weaver Stripling, and John Nunn.Although Nunn, former San Jacinto County's 911 coordinator was not terminated from his position until Monday, Oct. 6, Price states in his suit filed Aug. 20, 2003 "Nunn is to be terminated in September from his contract with the county."This apparently was cause to tie Nunn to the alleged conspiracy.Agreeing, the court passed a motion to pay monthly bills of the county with the exception of $466.67 in travel expenses for San Jacinto County Emergency Management Coordinator Shirley Brandon and $3,542.58 in what was termed as travel expenses for Nunn.Stating that Nunn has not been performing his duties, Judge Law said, "911 calls have been referred to my office since Oct. 6."According to Nunn, his contract automatically renewed itself in September because commissioners' court failed to notify him that it would be cancelled."The $3,542.58 includes my salary, office expenses and travel for the month," Nunn told the San Jacinto News-Times."It's not just for travel."The reason that I am not giving out 911 addresses is because I was told by Deep East Texas Council of Governments (DETCOG) Regional Director Van Bush not to," Nunn said.I called and asked him (Nunn) not to assign any more 911 addresses after receiving notice from the county that the office had been changed."Although Nunn said he has been informed by Judge Law that he no longer works for the county, he is still answering telephone calls and referring them to the judge's office for addresses.While the court is trying to determine how they will get the $3,542.58 refunded to the county, Nunn said, "I have a contract with the county and I plan on getting 11 more payments of the same amount just as the contract specifies."Agreeing how important 911 is to the county, San Jacinto County Judge Bill Law said, "Nunn has done a great job on this."Mr. Nunn was our first impression of San Jacinto County.In his cheerful and friendly voice he said "Hello, this is 911 addressing may I help you?He went on to welcome us to the county and told us not to be-lieve everything we had heard about San Jacinto County, it was a great place to live and raise a fam-ily and with a chuckle he said "and another thing, we are a lot bigger than most people think, we have seven caution lights in the county, not six as is the rumor on the streets.We do not have one red light in the entire county, but we also do not have one industrial smoke stack either."He told us where to get our wa-ter, lights, phone service and who our County officials were and how to get in touch with them.He was an ambassador for this county and I for one will miss him and hope that his replacement has the same atti-tude toward the job as he had.
Communication system proposed for police agencies
"No rural county can afford to have an Internet technology department," said program presenter John Nunn, addressing director for San Jacinto County's 911 system."But collectively we can go together and put in something that everybody can utilize." With scores of governmental entities and law enforcement agencies in Deep East Texas, there is currently no effective way for them to share information, Nunn said. "Rural county data sharing is something we've looked at but haven't been able to accomplish," he said."We're in the third year of the 21st century, and we're still not utilizing the technology that's out there." According to Nunn, law enforcement agencies have access to the Texas Data Bank of Warrants, but that contains only warrants issued by the Department of Public Safety. "(A warrant for an unpaid) traffic ticket in Polk County won't go into the state data bank," he said."You can be stopped in San Jacinto County, and those officers won't know you have an outstanding ticket." Officers would access TexasPosse.Net from laptop computers carried in patrol cars.Instead of having to relay information via a dispatcher, officers would enter information about a driver or suspect, including Social Security and Texas Driver's License number, and quickly be able to determine if there are outstanding warrants in participating counties. The user-friendly software would also help speed the distribution of information about Amber Alerts, crimes in progress, officers in trouble and acts of terrorism, Nunn said. "This is not Buck Rogers stuff," he said.The minimum cost to tie into the network is estimated to be $200 to $400 per month for each agency, Nunn said.
John Charles Nunn, Sr. Indicted"Bond Free" John Charles Nunn, Sr.John Charles Nunn, Sr. Indicted(b) John Nunn indicted on August 26, 2005(c) Sheriff Lacy Rogers released Nunn on August 31, 2005(f) Judge Greg Magee released John Nunn for the SJC charges when Nunn is scheduled for trial on Monday, September 12, 2005, on charges of "Indecency with a child, sexual contact" in Montgomery County.John Charles Nunn, Sr.John Charles Nunn, former 9-1-1 coordinator for San Jacinto County, was indicted in 2003 in Montgomery County, Texas for the felony charge of "Indecency with a Child, sexual contact".This means that Greg Magee allowed John Nunn who has a pending indictment and bond of $25,000 in Montgomery County to be free "without" posting a dollar bond for the San Jacinto County four charge indictment...the Sheriff and Magee act as thought the John Nunn indictments are "no big deal"...!!John Nunn has friends and authorities in "high places"..!!
According to John Nunn , 9-1-1 coordinator for San Jacinto County , Using this imagery greatly improved the accuracy and productivity of my project.The savings in time alone allowed my project to come in on time and under budget..As counties move toward a countywide Enhanced 911 ( E911 ) method of coordinating all countywide police , fire , and emergency medical technicians ( EMTs ) , they have to deal with a number of problems.First , both the E911 operator in the county seat , and the police or EMT personnel they direct may be unfamiliar with the other end of the county.Second , the home or address on the other side of the county may only have a rural route , mailbox address that is known to the postman.Third , new homes , new , entire new subdivisions may not appear on the latest maps available.