An East Texas businessman admitted to using loan documents with forged signatures in order to get personal and commercial loans for a total of $145,000 from two banks in a sealed federal plea agreement that was filed on May 2.
An Upshur County jury sentenced a woman who has 13 previous convictions on her record to 70 years in prison after they found her guilty of engaging in organized crime for conspiring with two other people to traffic methamphetamine.
According to a Facebook post from the department, Yoni “Johnny” Elia Cuadra-Venture, 19, is known to drive a gold 2005 Dodge Ram 4-door pickup truck with a last known plate as a Texas temp tag 15823Y5.
During a press conference about an unrelated incident Tuesday afternoon, Smith County Sheriff Larry Smith announced that a suspect in an April 20 shooting incident in Tyler that left one person dead and two people wounded has now been charged with murder.
Deputies with the Rusk County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man and a woman earlier this month in connection to allegations that they ambushed a Good Samaritan who thought he was helping a “damsel in distress” that had broken down on the side of the road.
Ki’Audra “Kay Kay” Hayter plays softball for the Longhorns. Her brother, Army Sergeant La’Kedran Hayter, has been stationed in Japan for the past three years. Sunday, he surprised his sister during the university’s Senior Day.
According to Franklin County District Attorney Will Ramsay, Joshua Anthony Parker, 20, of Morris County took a plea deal and was found guilty of murder. A Franklin County judge sentenced Parker to life in prison on Friday, May 3. He will be eligible for parole after 30 years.
A woman has been hospitalized following a Friday morning shooting at an Elysian Fields general store.Less than an hour before the incident, she reported to law enforcement officials that she believed she was being followed.
According to a press release from the Smith County District Attorney, on May 16, 2018, Smith County Sheriff’s Detective Scott Lohmeyer stopped Daniel Aylor, 34, for speeding and failing to maintain a single lane.
A Huntington ISD student is accused of shoving a boy, grabbing him by the throat, and throwing him to the ground in connection to an ongoing investigation into allegations of hazing and sexual assault that occurred within the school district’s baseball program.