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Derrick Wiley

Kathy Lowthorp Defends Mesquite Police Officer Derrick Wiley

Second trial begins for fired Mesquite officer charged with aggravated assault

'I thought I was going to die,' former Mesquite officer testifies about shooting unarmed man in back

Former Mesquite Officer Derick Wiley Found Not Guilty of Aggravated Assault

Former Mesquite Officer Derick Wiley Found Not Guilty In Aggravated Assault Retrial

Ex-Mesquite cop Derick Wiley found not guilty in second shooting trial

Ravi Singh

Former Arlington officer Ravi Singh found not guilty of murder stemming from on-duty shooting

ARLINGTON, Texas – A Texas jury found former Arlington police officer Ravi Singh not guilty for the murder of Margarita “Maggie” Brooks.

Singh was indicted in September 2020 for criminally negligent homicide, which carries a punishment range of 180 days to two years in prison, CBS News reported.

The young officer was just a month on the job in 2019 when he responded to a call to check on a woman sleeping behind a shopping center. Upon arrival, he found the woman but her dog charged at him, causing him to discharge his duty weapon in self-defense. The round ricocheted twice and fatally struck Brooks…

John St Angelo

Man claims ex-wife’s stabbing death was self-defense

A jury heard opening statements in the trial of a man accused of killing his ex-wife at her real estate office in north Fort Worth.

Police said John St. Angelo locked the door to Suzanne Parson’s office then stabbed her to death in 2013. A day later he was arrested after a standoff with police….

Cheri Akil

Inmate who hit pregnant Fort Worth hospital worker, allegedly killing fetus, is sentenced

A jail inmate who punched a pregnant employee at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth in an act that authorities alleged caused the death of the fetus has pleaded guilty to assault of a public servant.

A jail inmate who punched a pregnant Fort Worth hospital employee in an act that authorities alleged caused the death of the fetus has pleaded guilty to assault of a public servant. In a plea agreement with the state, Cheri Akil, 39, was on Jan. 10 in the 485th District Court in Tarrant County sentenced to two years in prison. Akil was in Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office custody at John Peter Smith Hospital at the time the assault of the patient care technician occurred on April 12, 2023. Akil was seven days later charged with murder. A grand jury in July indicted her on assault of a public servant. In an interview with a reporter, defense attorney Kathy Lowthorp said she had explored her client’s state of mind at the time of the offense. Akil was in the hospital’s intensive care unit and under treatment for a medical condition that may have affected her ability to have the