Mexia Crime

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  • Man taken to hospital after argument with neighbor o...

    Tuesday Jun 26 | via KXXV-TV Waco 

    Mexia police said it happened just before 3:30 p.m. near the 300 block of South Herman Street. The 62-year-old victim told police that he had been shot by his 49-year-old neighbor, Henry Sims.

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  • Man accuses neighbor of shooting him

    Monday Jun 25 | via Mexia Daily News 

    Mexia News Staff Report A Mexia resident was rushed to the hospital Friday afternoon after being shot in the stomach, allegedly by his neighbor. The incident happened at the suspect's residence in the 300 block of South Herman Street.

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  • Mexia man allegedly shot by neighbor after argument

    Jun 22, 2018 | via Mexia Daily News 

    Mexia News Staff Report A Mexia resident was rushed to the hospital Friday afternoon after being shot in the stomach, allegedly by his neighbor. The incident happened at the suspect's home in the 300 block of South Herman Street.

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  • Fake' news: Authorities arrest, charge group of men ...

    Jun 1, 2018 | via Mexia Daily News 

    By Roxanne Thompson roxanne@themexianews.com Mexia Police Department officers were busy at the end of May, arresting four men allegedly passing counterfeit $100 bills; arresting a man causing a disturbance who unlawfully possessed controlled substances and a gun; and investigating the theft of three large mowers from an auction house. Police were alerted to the situation when a store clerk flagged down Mexia Sgt.

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  • HENDERSON v. STATE

    Jun 1, 2018 | via FindLaw 

    On January 11, 2017, a Limestone County jury convicted Appellant, Donivan Dequan Henderson, of the state jail felony offense of possession of marihuana, in an amount of five pounds or less, but more than four ounces. 1 In addition, the jury affirmatively found Appellant used or exhibited a deadly weapon, to-wit: a 2 Appellant elected to have the trial court assess punishment, and at the punishment hearing, he plead "true" to an enhancement allegation, further elevating the range of punishment to that of a second degree felony.

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