The state rested in the Texas trial of a man accused of raping his former neighbor on a deer-skinning device and chaining her to a bed after kidnapping her.
Jeffrey Maxwell said he had sexual fantasies about bondage but couldn’t explain why he kidnapped his ex-neighbor, sexually assaulted her on a deer-skinning device and chained her to a bed, according to videotaped interviews with law enforcement officers played at his trial Friday.
A Texas man said he never planned to kill his former neighbor and thought about freeing her after he kidnapped and sexually assaulted her, according to his audio-recorded interview with investigators that was played at his trial.
When her legs were chained to a bed, as she was locked in a nearly airtight wooden box, and while she was tortured on a deer-skinning device, a North Texas woman says she never stopped praying.
The Texas woman, who authorities said was kidnapped and tortured for nearly two weeks by her former neighbor, took the stand in his trial on Wednesday.
Searching Jeffrey Allan Maxwell’s house last March, authorities found a deer-skinning device, whips, bloodstained sheets, chains, handcuffs, ankle restraints and sex toys.
Nearly a year after authorities rescued a missing North Texas woman from a “house of horrors,” her former neighbor is going on trial.
A Texas man accused of torturing his former neighbor on a deer-skinning device is going on trial this week.
Remains unearthed by recent drought conditions around Richland Chambers Lake in Navarro County will soon have a new resting place.
The ugly process of racial segregation was supposed to have been laid to rest more than fifty years ago, in a landmark Supreme Court ruling. Yet just this week, in a North Texas courtroom, officials argued over whether to relocate the bones of 25 men, women and children all believed to be slaves who died over a century ago in a predominantly white cemetery.
Police in Corsicana are investigating claims of child abuse at a charter school. Last week a grand jury indicted a 51-year-old man on charges of child endangerment, injury to a child and unlawful restraint.
Corsicana police Chief Randy Bratton says the school bus failed to yield the right of way Tuesday morning.