Texas Inmate William Terrell Convicted Of Assault For Attacking Prison EmployeeA Texas man already in federal prison has been convicted of attacking a Bureau of Prisons employee. A jury found William Lee Terrell guilty of assault of a federal officer resulting in bodily injury.
'Tiger King Joe Exotic' Not On White House List Of 73 Pardons Released After Midnight“Joe Exotic” Maldonado-Passage formally requested a pardon from President Donald Trump last year.
He Said It Was His 'Dream To Kill Black Protestors,' Now Manuel Flores Is Going To PrisonManuel Flores, 43, was sentenced Tuesday to 21 months in prison after pleading guilty last year to posting a threatening communication over the internet.
Man Who Fatally Stabbed Another On The Way To Walmart Gets 58 YearsWoodrow Stevenson Head Jr. was sentenced on October 29, 2020, in the 40th Judicial District Court of Ellis County.
DNA Match Leads To Dallas Man's Arrest For 1996 Slaying, Rape Of Boyle Heights Teen Gladys ArellanoA Dallas man was charged a man in connection with the murder and sexual assault of a Boyle Heights teen whose body was found in Malibu, California nearly 25 years ago.
‘Undead Bandit’ Headed To Prison For 14 Years After Robbing Nearly A Dozen North Texas BanksA North Texas serial bank robber who came to be known as the 'Undead Bandit', because he wore a Halloween mask during his crimes, is headed to federal prison.
North Texas Millionaire Allegedly Delivers Legal Papers To White House To Free Joe ExoticA North Texas millionaire has reportedly joined the fight to free Tiger King "Joe Exotic" from a Fort Worth prison.
Former Government Contractor Reality Winner, Who Pleaded Guilty To Leaking Secrets, Has COVID-19 In Fort Worth PrisonReality Winner pleaded guilty in 2018 to a single count of transmitting national security information.
Dallas County Commissioners Vote In Favor Of Cite And ReleaseDallas County commissioners unanimously passed a resolution to supporting "cite and release" for all eligible crimes.
Governor Abbott Issues Executive Order Suspending In-Person Visitation In JailsThe restriction doesn't apply to visitation by an attorney meeting with a client or a religious leader or member of the clergy.
As Outbreaks Continue, Texas Begins 'Expanded' Coronavirus Testing In State PrisonsWith more than 43,000 inmates currently on precautionary lockdown, Texas announced that widespread COVID-19 testing will begin in state prisons.