A Dallas jury was sent home after convicting former Grand Prairie teacher Tammy Lowe of Manslaughter in a controversial hit-and-run fatality. Lowe had already pled guilty to a charge of Failing to Stop and Render Aid.
The jury hearing the manslaughter case centering on a hit-and-run crash that caused the death of six-year-old John Raidy started deliberations Wednesday afternoon, but have since recessed for the day.
The prosecution and defense both rested their cases Wednesday in the hit-and-run trial of a former Grand Prairie teacher who has been charged with manslaughter.
There was a surprise development Tuesday in the trial of a former Grand Prairie teacher accused of a fatal hit-and-run accident that killed a six-year-old boy.
There was a surprising development Tuesday morning at the trial for a former Grand Prairie teacher who has been accused in a hit-and-run incident.
Testimony expected to get underway Tuesday in the trial of a former teacher accused of killing a boy last year.
The former teacher who is accused of hitting and killing a six-year-old boy will fight the charges against her.
The teacher arrested for the hit and run death of a 6-year-old boy is out of jail and has issued an apology. Tammy Lowe was released from the Dallas County Jail just before 11a.m.
A Grand Prairie teacher accused in the hit-and-run death of 6-year-old John Raidy is expected to spend this weekend in the Dallas County jail.
Friends and family came from all over to say goodbye to John Paul Raidy.
The driver suspected of hitting and killing a 6-year-old boy in Grand Prairie turned herself in to police on Tuesday. Now, the suspect’s sister is talking about the arrest.
A middle school teacher, accused of killing a six-year-old Grand Prairie boy in a hit and run wreck has turned herself into police.