Mexia Express at 1603 W. Frank: 22 demerits for cold hold at wrong temperature, food not stored in food-grade container or wrapper, knives on rack needed to be cleaned, improper dating, mop sink didn’t have running water, leak in cabinet under soda fountain needed to be repaired, single-service items not stored in same direction, first-aid kit needed, wastewater not disposed of in mop sink, thermometer in mop sink needed to be re-calibrated or replaced, and bulk items out of original packaging needed to be labeled.
Taqueria y Pupuseria at 916 N. Timberland: 12 demerits for all food in reach-in cooler not labeled and dated, personal items stored with single-service items, wastewater disposal receipts not stored on-site, running water needed for proper handwashing, and food handler certification not up to date.
Catfish King at806 S. Medford: 5 demerits for damaged food containers needed to be removed and cold hold at wrong temperature.
Misazon at 2105 N. Timberland: 4 demerits for misuse of hand sink and items taken out of original packaging kept after seven-day hold time.
Schlotsky’s Deli at 4601 S. Medford: 2 demerits for ACCHD food manager not on site.
Sonic No. 2 at 1805 S. First Street: 1 demerit for bulk item containers out of their original containers not labeled.
Deputies with the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office made two felony drug arrests and seized marijuana, Prometh VC with codeine, hydrocodone, Alprazolam, and ecstasy after a traffic stop near the intersection of Robb and Jefferson streets late Tuesday night.More >>
Officers with the Nacogdoches Police Department arrested an Arkansas man on a long list of felony and misdemeanor drug charges after they made a traffic stop on his vehicle Thursday night and a search of the vehicle turned up marijuana ecstasy, codeine, and hydrocodone.More >>
A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper arrested a 48-year-old man on outstanding felony warrants for aggravated kidnapping and possession of marijuana Tuesday in connection to allegations that he kidnapped three women at knife point on April 30.More >>