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Warrants re-called on former news editor

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The Ellis County Press

DALLAS COUNTY – Former Ellis County Press news editor, Joey Dauben, arrested Monday, Sept. 14 at his home in Plymouth, NH for allegedly posting internal information from a police computer he received via an anonymous e-mail for his blog , could be seeing home again very soon.

“Dallas County has recalled Dauben’s warrants for engaging in organized criminal activity, obstruction or retaliation and misuse of official information,” said defense attorney Rodney Ramsey.

The intake division rejected all warrants for his arrests last Friday, Sept. 18

Dauben, 28, publisher of the Ellis County Observer blog, was released from the Grafton County Jail in North Havervill, NH this afternoon.

Michael Meissner, former chief of police in Bardwell, has been released from Lew Sterrett in Dallas and dropped of all charges in connection with Dauben.

According to the warrants division in Tarrant County, warrants for Meissner haven’t been issued since 2005 despite the three released to the media by Combine Police Department in relation to child pornography.

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