Crime report: Home broken into on Cumberland in Plano TX

Breaking and entering: A residence in the 1800 block of Cumberland Trail was broken into this weekend, and reported to Plano Police around 11 p.m. April 16.





Did Son kill his Dad at Plano TX home then drive off to Mexico?

Plano Police are investigating the death of 50-year-old Kenneth Alleman Midgley, who was found dead in the 4700 block of Nocona Drive on Saturday afternoon.

Plano Police say they are looking for his 28-year-old son as a suspect.

Kenneth Alleman Midgley (5-7, 130, brown hair, brown eyes) was last seen driving a 2009 GMC Sierra pickup in to Mexico. The 2500HD four-door charcoal truck has Texas plates: BVL-5331.

The body was found by police in the garage around 2:30 p.m. Saturday, when police said they were checking on the father after a family member called concerned about him.

The northwest Plano neighborhood is between Preston Road and Ohio Drive north of Quincy. Homes are valued well-above $200,000 on Nocona Lane, situated just west of Deerfield, north of Legacy Drive and south of Hedgcoxe Road.



Plano Police Looking For Murder Victim’s Son As Suspect



Jeremiah ‘Jay’ Hammer – McKinney City Council Place 3 candidate #CollinCountyVotes

Get to know Jeremiah Hammer

He is running for the City Council seat in Place 3 in McKinney TX

Thanks to McKinney Chamber for working with #CollinCountyVotes

Special thanks to the Lincoln Society of Collin County for sponsoring this series of stories on leading up to the May 6 election. Early voting runs April 24-May 6 in McKinney, Texas.

Please share on your social media. Sharing on social media is the newer way to walk blocks and knock on doors. If you don’t share your views on videos, you won’t win the election.

One vote could be the difference – Let it be yours #CollinCountyVotes – Early Voting April 24-May 2 – Election day is May 6 in Collin County TX


Get out and make a difference with your vote as #CollinCountyVotes

Election day is May 6 in Collin County, Texas.

Early voting runs April 24-May 2 in important local races.

“One vote could make the difference in this important election. Let the one vote that makes a difference be yours,” Brian Bearden of “Let’s make #CollinCountyVotes happen.”


The early voting sites are available to Collin County registered voters with an effective date on or before May 6, 2017 and who reside in the following jurisdictions: Collin County, City of Allen, City of Anna, City of Celina, City of Frisco, City of Farmersville , City of Lavon, City of Lucas, City of McKinney, City of Melissa, City of Murphy, City of New Hope, City of Parker, City of Plano, City of Prosper, City of Saint Paul, City of Wylie, Anna ISD, Community ISD, Frisco ISD, Farmersville ISD, Lovejoy ISD, McKinney ISD, Melissa ISD, Plano ISD, Princeton ISD, and Collin County Mud 1.


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From the Collin County Elections Administrator:

Election results are unofficial until canvassed or adopted by the party, county, city or school.

Unofficial election results are produced directly from the Collin County Election Administrator’s tabulation system. On election night, you must push the RELOAD button on your browser menu to get updated results.

Early voting results will appear at 7 p.m. on election night.

Election results will be updated beginning at 8:30 p.m., and then at half hour intervals until tabulation is completed. The time of the latest returns will appear in the upper right hand corner of the result page. Results posted on this page are unofficial.

Official results are canvassed by the political subdivision holding the election and kept by the city, school, or county filing officer.

Future of Collin College – Meet Fred Moses – CCCCD Place 1 #CollinCountyVotes

 Get to know Fred Moses

Video: Plano Chamber of Commerce #CollinCountyVotes

Election stories sponsored by the Lincoln Society of Collin County.

Early voting begins April 24. This story is part of a series leading up to the May 6 election. shares local news inside the county line. Please share on your social media so that more of your friends can be engaged in the community.

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