Authorities in Terrell are searching for a man who escaped from the Terrell State Hospital’s custody on Saturday afternoon while being taken in for medical treatment.
Charles Brownlow is charged with the capital murder death of Luis Leal-Carillo, a store clerk in Terrell. Brownlow is also suspected of killing four others. Court records raise the possibility the suspect fell through cracks of the justice system.
There is haunting new information about the terror that played out in Terrell. We now know police believe the gunman intended to kill at least two more people — if not three.
The lone suspect in a Terrell shooting spree was arraigned on Wednesday morning. The judge has allowed no bond on his charges for murder and evading arrest.
The emotion is still raw and a community remains stunned. That is what’s left after a violent and fiery killing spree in Terrell. The end result — five people dead and one man charged and in custody.
While Terrell police say this was an isolated incident and that the suspect knew four of his five victims, Kaufman County has been no stranger to high profile crimes in 2013.
A man suspected of killing his mother and four other people during a quick series of attacks in his rural North Texas community struggles with drug addiction, his brother said.
A man accused of killing five people – including burning one to death – was arrested early Tuesday after an hours-long search in Terrell, police said.
he Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a man from Terrell was found dead with the wreckage of a small airplane in southeastern Oklahoma.
Nick Morale of Terrell admits he made a terroristic threat against a county Judge. Police say the threat was made via a crime-tip line on April 2nd, just days after the bodies of District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife Cynthia were found.
A North Texas man has died after being shot during an exchange of gunfire with officers responding to a call about someone with a gun on a road.
A North Texas physician who ran a now-closed hospital near Dallas has been indicted in a more than $1 million health care fraud investigation.