Enrique Arochi Receives The Maximum SentanceLife in prison, that's the sentence the judge gave Enrique Arochi after a jury found him guilty of the aggravated kidnapping of Christina Morris.
Judge To Decide Sentence For Christina Morris KidnapperThe punishment for Enrique Arochi will not be decided by a jury. The convicted kidnapper on Tuesday morning waived his right to a jury sentencing, leaving his fate in the hands of the judge.
Closing Arguments Next In Christina Morris Kidnapping TrialAfter nearly two weeks of testimony, a jury will soon decide if Enrique Arochi is the person who kidnapped Christina Morris from a Plano parking garage more than two years ago.
Prosecution Rests In Christina Morris Kidnapping TrialLate Monday a Collin County Judge granted permission for a camera to be in the court room for closing arguments only.
Jurors In Christina Morris Case See Car In PersonAfter nearly two weeks inside of a courtroom, the jury in Enrique Arochi's kidnapping trial walked outside on Friday. The suspect's car is a key piece of evidence in this case. Rather than just showing the jury some pictures of the vehicle, they saw it in person.
Suspect's Ex Testifies In Christina Morris Kidnapping TrialProsecutors in Collin County continue to argue that Enrique Arochi is the man responsible for the sudden disappearance of Christina Morris more than two years ago. The high-profile kidnapping trial started last week in McKinney.
Christina Morris Kidnapping Trial Enters 2nd WeekThe second week of the Christina Morris kidnapping trial begins Monday, but it will likely be a shorter day than usual. One of the jurors has an important appointment in the afternoon.
Anniversary Of Missing Woman Arrives As Suspect Prepares for TrialShe disappeared from a Collin County shopping mall parking garage two years ago, and even though she's still missing, a man goes on trial next week, accused of kidnapping Christina Morris.
Loved Ones Search Allen For Missing WomanThe search for missing woman Christina Morris has been going on for months, and has still turned up nothing. Friends and family members are searching again on Friday.
More Than 100 Expected To Attend Plano Crime Safety MeetingAn event in Plano is drawing huge interest. But it's a gathering that people wish they didn't have to attend. A conference room at the Marriott will be the site of what's expected to be the biggest crime safety meeting the city has ever held.
Group Seeks Approval To Use Drones In Search For Missing WomanA volunteer search group is requesting permission from the FAA to use drones in the search for a missing woman in Plano.
Volunteer Group Joins Search For Missing Fort Worth WomanA volunteer group has joined the search for a missing Fort Worth woman who disappeared from The Shops at Legacy in Plano on Aug. 30.
Plano Search Continues For Missing WomanA new clue could be the key to finding a missing Fort Worth woman. Security guards from The Shops at Legacy have handed over their surveillance camera footage.
Woman Disgusted By Bar's Domestic Violence MessageA woman is enraged by a sign posted at a Plano bar that trivialized domestic violence. The bar apologized, saying an employee "wrote something offensive without owner's approval."
Plano Expedites Traffic Review After Toyota Announces RelocationMore than 17,000 people already work in Plano's Legacy Business Park. When Toyota and Fed Ex Office move their corporate headquarters to the location, another 5,000 workers will join them. Now Plano is expediting its review of traffic in the area.