A jury has returned a death sentence for a North Texas man convicted of drowning his two young sons.
Jurors will begin deliberating whether a North Texas man should die for drowning his two young sons.
Prosecutors continue to press a North Texas jury to send a man to death row for drowning two of his sons in a creek.
The attorney for a man who drowned his sons said that his client acted out of fear that the boys would grow up to be like him, and urged jurors to spare his client the death penalty.
It took less than 10 minutes for a Dallas County jury to find a North Texas father guilty of Capital Murder for drowning his two sons.
Testimony has started in the capital murder trial of Naim Rasool Muhammad. The Dallas father is accused of killing his two sons in 2011. Prosecutor Tammy Kemp told the jury Muhammad pushed the boys face down into a creek, “…of filthy, smelly water until they stopped kicking.”
Prosecutors in Dallas are seeking the death penalty against a man charged with drowning two of his sons in a creek.
A younger sibling of two Dallas brothers who police say were abducted and drowned has been ordered to remain foster care.
The Dallas County Sheriff’s Department will investigate a Deputy Constable accused of failing to help stop a father who police say killed his two children.
The fallout and finger pointing continues after mother of two boys, later found murdered, flagged down a Dallas County Constable for help after their father took them by force, but the officer declined to chase the suspect.
Dallas County Commissioners are now looking into the role of constables after a deputy refuses to follow the man who had kidnapped and later drowned two of his children on Monday.
Texas Child Protective Services has taken temporary custody of the 1-year-old North Texas child whose 3- and 5-year-old brothers were allegedly kidnapped and drowned by their father Monday.