Fort Hood Crime
Crime, law and justice, and police blotter near Fort Hood, TX or anywhere in the US.
Recent Crime News
Thursday Mar 23 | via USA Today
Recent examples of homegrown terrorism in the United States by people born in the USA or brought to the country as an infant. From Fort Hood to Pulse nightclub: A list of homegrown terror in the U.S. Recent examples of homegrown terrorism in the United States by people born in the USA or brought to the country as an infant. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 15 | via KCTV5
A former soldier from Texas has been accused of making threats to go on a shooting rampage at Fort Hood. A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted Thomas Anthony Chestnut on one count of using interstate communications to threaten injury. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 15 | via KXAN-TV Austin
A Dripping Springs man faces up to five years in federal prison if he's found guilty for making threats to kill soldiers on Fort Hood. On Tuesday, a federal grand jury indicted 28-year-old Thomas Anthony Chestnut with one count of interstate communications with threat to injure. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 15 | via KCEN
A federal grand jury in Waco indicted a Dripping Springs man Tuesday afternoon for allegedly threatening to kill people on Fort Hood back in February. Thomas Anthony Chestnut, 28, was formally charged with one county of interstate communications with threat to injure. Comment?
Saturday Mar 11 | via KSL-TV
When Texans ask state and local officials for public records detailing their operations, more and more the answer is no. Among the materials that are, in theory, publicly available: checks cut by a school board, tapes of 911 emergency calls, text messages between city council members. Comment?
Friday Mar 3 | via The Daily Republic
To quote him, "There have been incidents that clearly demonstrate our system is flawed - the massacre of 30 Ft. Hood soldiers by a terrorist of Middle Eastern descent, 9/11, Orlando, San Bernardino, etc., done by 'refugees' that were not properly vetted." Comment?
Feb 25, 2017 | via Stars and Stripes
The surviving family members of people shot and killed by a Fort Hood soldier two years ago are accusing his supervisors of not reporting that the soldier had violated a no-contact restraining order, which they say would have made it harder for him to buy the gun he used in the shooting. The details are contained in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court. Comment?
Feb 20, 2017 | via KCEN
A Killeen military family was forced to pay to get their stolen belongings back, and they are blaming a clerical error made by law enforcement. Jim and Melanie McNicol were vacationing with their children in February 2016 when a thief cut the lock on their trailer and drove off. Comment?
Mar 6, 2011 | via ABC News
A senior US commander has recommended that Major Nidal Hasan face the death penalty over a 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood military base that killed 13 people, the US army said. The recommendation for a general court-martial by Fort Hood brigade commander Colonel Morgan Lamb will go to Lieutenant General Robert Cone, the base commander, according to the military. Comment?
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