The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to consider an appeal from an East Texas man facing execution in March for a shootout that left two Henderson County sheriff’s deputies dead nearly eight years ago.
An East Texas man who originally reported his girlfriend’s death as a possible suicide has been charged in the slaying.
Malakoff police officer Ernesto Fierro appeared before a Navarro County judge Friday for the first time since he was indicted. While off duty last December, he’s accused of trying to run 70-year-old Bill Livezey of Iowa off the road along Highway 31.
An off-duty police officer from the Henderson County town of Malakoff has been indicted on criminal charges. Officer Ernesto Fierro turned himself in at the Parker County Jail.
John Livezey and his sister Sandy Hartgers are on a journey for the truth. They’ve driven to Corsicana from Iowa. It is in Corsicana where their 70-year-old father died after a mysterious run-in an off-duty police officer from the town of Malakoff.
Ernesto Fierro, an off-duty police officer from the Henderson County town of Malakoff may face criminal charges after being investigated for reckless driving in Navarro County.
The family of Bill Livezey, 70, still wants answers seven weeks after what witnesses describe as a road rage incident in Navarro County, far away from Livezey’s home in Iowa.
This is not a Merry Christmas for John Livezey and his sister. Their father, 70-year-old Bill Livezey, died after a roadway incident involving an off-duty police officer from the town of Malakoff, in Henderson County.
A 51-year-old man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for operating a four-wheeler while intoxicated and under the influence of drugs in Henderson County.
A man was sentenced to 35 years in prison last week after he confessed to committing multiple thefts around the Athens area in November and December of last year.
A tip from an 8-year-old boy has helped deputies recover a plane reported stolen from an East Texas airport.
A national atheist foundation plans to seek permission to hoist its own banner at a religious Christmas display in an East Texas courthouse square.