Dillon Mosley, who is facing manslaughter charges in the death of a teenager, is now out on bond, according to a report by KXII-TV.
Mosley bonded out Monday according to officers at Fannin County Jail. He is charged with the death of 17-year-old Mandie Fuller. Mosley was arrested at the scene when he hit Fuller with his car on Feb. 16, the report said.
According to District Attorney Richard Glaser, a judge reduced Mosley's bond to two charges, manslaughter and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, the report said.
Digital magazines are very popular now and will soon be the way most the majority of us read our favorite magazines. Bowhunting Adventures is one of the digital outdoor publications for which Luke writes.
Luke's guest this week is digital magazine publisher Doug Smith. Mr. Smith owns several well received outdoor magazines including Bowhunting Adventures (www.bowhuntingadventures.net) and American Outdoorsman (www.americanoutdoorsman.ca). Smith tells why digital has become so popular and why he believes it will soon dominate the magazine business.
When Republican agriculture commissioner candidate Eric Opiela appeared on television sets across Texas recently to declare “No amnesty under any circumstances,” he was no doubt attempting to appeal to the conservative constituency that is expected to turn out in next week’s primary election.
After a recent letter was sent from the ACLU of Texas to the Texas Education Agency asking them to ban the use of tasers in schools, Daniel Starks spoke with Commerce Independent School District Chief of Police, Joe Venable to get his take on the matter, since he is on the front line every day when it comes to disorderly conduct in schools.
Cooper Review editor Cindy Roller says the Federal Emergency Management Agency turned down Delta County's request for emergency assistance following the December ice storm. Damage in Delta County from the storm is estimated at $2 million.