Deanna Cook

Jury Sentences Deanna Cook's Ex-Husband To 85 YearsThe same jury that convicted Delvecchio Patrick of murdering his ex-wife Deanna Cook has sentenced him to 85 years, plus a $10,000 fine.
Ex-Husband Convicted Of Dallas Woman's MurderDelvecchio Patrick intentionally drowned his ex-wife, Deanna Cook in her bathtub in August of 2012.
Jail Nurse Testifies Patrick Confessed To MurderRebuttal witnesses testify In Delvecchio Patrick murder trial Thursday.
Family Members Rush Out Of Dallas County Courtroom In TearsProsecutors say graphic crime scene photos were necessary to show jurors the brutality of Deanna Cook's death.
Trial Begins For Ex-Husband Of Murdered 911 Caller Deanna CookThe murder trial is underway for the Balch Springs man accused of killing Deanna Cook. Cook is the North Texas woman whose physical attack and murder was recorded during a 911 call that she had placed for help.
High Profile Murder Case DelayedThe murder case for the man accused of drowning his ex-wife has been delayed until February.
Family Frustrated By Delays In High-Profile Murder TrialA high profile murder case, that led to sweeping changes for the Dallas 911 system, may be pushed back – and the victim’s family is not happy about it.
Defense Seeks Delay In Dallas Murder TrialProsecutors have called it one of the most gruesome domestic violence cases they have worked in years, but the Deanna Cook murder trial could soon be delayed.
Fired Dallas 911 Operator Loses Appeal To Regain JobThe 911 operator who was fired last year after a Dallas woman was murdered is now fighting to get her job back. The termination came after the death of Deanna Cook.
Problems Persist At Dallas 911 Call CenterThere are more questions about the Dallas 911 system, after it took police more than an hour to respond to bullets fired through the window of an office building off Central Expressway.
911 Operator Resigns Months After Botched CallA Dallas 9-1-1 operator who mishandled a call from a dying woman has resigned.
Dallas Police Hiring More 911 Call TakersThe Dallas Police Department is now hiring. Beginning on Friday, the department will start testing applicants who are interested in becoming 911 call takers.
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