A Sherman teen who was arrested at the Sherman Independent School District’s Alternative Education program back in December for sexual assault was indicted this week. Brandarrious Nickerson, 17, was indicted on aggravated sexual assault of a child and injury to a child charges. The indictment is a formal charge and not an indication of guilt.
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WASHINGTON — The people who ran the Abercrombie and Fitch Kids store at a Tulsa mall in 2008 were inclined to hire Samantha Elauf.
Austin College students, alumni and a good portion of the Grayson County Bar Association gathered Friday to hear a keynote address from Patrick Higginbotham, judge of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which decides federal civil and criminal disputes in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Higginbotham’s speech opened the 10th annual Dr. Kenneth Street Law Symposium at AC.
BONHAM — Fannin County grand jurors this week returned indictments in 30 of the 32 cases presented to them. Indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt. The cases indicted this week range from violent assaults to credit card fraud.
A former Denison teacher went to jail Wednesday for having an improper relationship with a student.
STEPHENVILLE, Texas—Four months after the slayings of legendary Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and his best friend, Chad Littlefield, capital murder suspect Eddie Ray Routh spoke with a reporter from The New Yorker.
It was an opportunity to make a lot of money very quickly.
Drug charges filled the latest list of indictments released by the Grayson County District Attorney’s Office. The indictments are a formal charge and are not consider proof of guilt. While there were a number of people who faced charges including assault and injury to children, the majority of the charges involved some sort of drug activity.
STEPHENVILLE, Texas — The Rough Creek Lodge and Resort is a remote, 11,000-acre vacation spot where Chris Kyle had helped design the rifle range. It was a place where the Navy SEAL, depicted in the recent movie “American Sniper,” hung out with fellow veterans, some of them struggling to find their places in civilian life. They bonded over a shared passion: shooting.
Jurors took just about an hour Friday morning to find Thomas Lucas Jr., 35, guilty on seven counts of wire fraud and one of making false statements to an FBI agent at Sherman’s federal court.