Clyde Stanbery, 32, appeared briefly in the 397th state District Court Monday for a plea conference on the charges that he faces over the death of Lizette Lopez in September.
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Brian Walker, 49, of Sherman was sentenced Monday to seven years in prison on two counts of assaulting a peace officer.
Dillard Freeney, 43, of Dallas, was indicted on a charge of trafficking of a person and compelling prostitution by force by the Grayson County grand jury last week. The indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt.
Grayson County grand jurors last week indicted Johnnie Metcalf, 38, of Tom Bean on two charges of intoxicated assault and one count of aggravated assault. The indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt.
A Grayson County grand jury decided on Thursday not to criminally charge a Sherman police officer for how he responded to a high school fight, but an advocate for a student involved in the fight says the decision overlooks the problem.
BONHAM — The man accused of robbing two gas stations in Leonard and Bailey pleaded guilty Friday for an agreed sentence of 10 years in prison.
On Tuesday, Grayson County Commissioner Jeff Whitmire called out Texoma Council of Governments Executive Director Susan Thomas and Board President Keith Clegg for what Whitmire said was an attempt to hide grievances filed against Thomas by former TCOG Finance Director Stacee Sloan-Caskey, known at TCOG as Stacee Sloan. Whitmire seemed most upset by the fact that he had been told that Clegg intended to hold a hearing later that afternoon about those grievances and to rule on them himself without the full board ever hearing the allegations.
The District Attorney’s Office came to an agreement outside of court with the owner of the five horses that were seized last week due to animal cruelty complaints.
A Grayson County grand jury cleared a Sherman Police officer, who broke up a high school fight last month, of criminal wrongdoing on Thursday. The family of one of the students involved in the fight alleged the officer used excessive force to put a stop to the altercation.
A local man received a two-year prison sentence Thursday after pleading guilty to four counts of falsifying a death certificate.