A Grayson County grand jury Wednesday indicted a couple in the death of a child.
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The Grayson County District Attorney’s Office recently released a list of people whose criminal cases were resolved with the 397th state District Court during the month of November. The following cases were on that list:
The downfall of former Tom Bean Chief of Police Michael Webster reached its end Friday morning, as 39th District Judge Brian Gary sentenced the 40-year-old to three years in prison and four years of probation for unlawful actions during his tenure leading the small department.
A former Denison High School teacher pleaded guilty Thursday to having an improper relationship with a student.
Former Sherman City Councilman John Markl was indicted this week. The indictments are formal charges and are not considered evidence of guilt.
BONHAM — Richard Glaser, Fannin County district attorney, released a list of people who resolved their cases with his office during the November dockets before Judge Laurine Blake of the 336th District Court of Fannin County. A statement from Glaser said the following individuals either entered guilty pleas and accepted responsibility for their conduct without further court action or their cases went to trial and a Fannin County Jury rendered the verdict and sentence indicated.
Fannin County District Attorney Richard Glaser Friday released a list of people who were indicted this week. The prepared statement said the grand jurors considered nine charges and returned nine indictments. Indictments are formal charges and are not evidence of guilt. The following people were indicted:
A Whitesboro man pleaded guilty Thursday to a charge of indecency with a child and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. A statement from the Grayson County District Attorney’s Office said this was not the first time the man had been convicted of a sexual offense against a child.
Grayson County District Attorney Joe Brown released a list Wednesday of people who were indicted this week. An indictment is a formal charge and not an indication of guilt. The following people were indicted:
He isn’t the longest serving inmate on Texas’ death row, but he isn’t far from it. Lester Bower marked 30 years on death row this past April and the state has his execution date set Feb. 10. That is the sixth date with death Bower has had since he arrived on death row after being convicted, in April of 1984, of the murders of Bob G. Tate, Phillip Good, Ronald Mayes and Jerry Mac Brown. The four were found dead at a hangar northeast of Sherman in October of 1983.