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GRAPEVINE, Texas – Grapevine Police issued arrest warrants for a man accused of sexual assault of a child.
45-year-old Anthony Clark faces three charges of Sexual Assault-Child, a second degree felony. All three charges involve the same victim, who was 15 years old at the time of the offenses in 1999 and 2000. The victim came forward in January, 2020.
Clark was a volleyball coach at Carroll High School when he met the victim outside of campus, and he worked for Lewisville ISD at the time of the offenses. All of the crimes occurred in Grapevine, but Clark was never employed by GCISD. In addition to Carroll ISD and Lewisville ISD, Clark has also worked at schools in Keller ISD and White Settlement ISD. He is no longer employed at a school.
No other victims have made allegations against Clark. Anybody who was a victim, or any parent who believes their child could be a victim should contact their local law enforcement agency immediately.
Anthony Clark was booked into the Tarrant County Jail on Monday, March 2, 2020. Bond is set at $25,000 for each charge, for a total of $75,000.
Anthony Clark (Photo: Tarrant County Sheriff)
Tarrant County court clerks stumbled across some long-lost history – the original indictments of Bonnie and Clyde for murdering two lawmen in Grapevine in 1932. (Published Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019)
Tarrant County court clerks stumbled across some long-lost history – the original indictments of Bonnie and Clyde for murdering two lawmen in Grapevine in 1932.
Clerk Ann Perry found the documents recently as she was scanning old paper court records into the county computer system.
“A piece of history in my hands,” she said.
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By Miranda Jaimes
Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake’s tax rates have fallen over time as cities look to relieve the burden of rising property values. (Source: Cities Of Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake/Community Impact Newspaper)
As tax bills arrive, cities across Tarrant County will likely collect more revenue from property taxes despite flat or lower tax rates—unless that city is Colleyville.
This year Colleyville lowered the city’s property tax rate for fiscal year 2018-19 to the effective tax rate of $0.3208 per $100 valuation.
“The effective tax rate is a complicated way of saying that our intention is to collect the same amount of revenue this year as we did in last year,” Assistant City Manager Adrienne Lothery said. “That is something that a lot of communities say can’t be done, and we’re doing it.”
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