Paris – Paris Police have charged David Murray with robbery and assault in connection to an alleged shoplifting at the city's Wal-Mart.
Store employees on Monday attempted to detain the man when they suspected he was shoplifting packages of meat. Murray would then reportedly become combative.
As employees detained the man outside the store, several packages of meat fell out of his jacket that totaled over $86.00 in value. Upon arrival, police would find Murray also in possession of drug paraphernalia.
West Tawakoni – A West Tawakoni man has pleaded not guilty to two counts of serious injury to a child.
Christopher Scott Fried is facing a sentence of up to life in prison if convicted of either of the charges of injury to a child by an act with family violence and deadly weapon finding. Fried was arraigned Monday and a tentative trial date was set for February 22.
Greenville – The body of U.S. Army SPC. Joseph Michael Lewis, of Terrell, who was killed in Afghanistan on Nov. 17, will arrive at Majors Field Municipal Airport in Greenville Wednesday morning at 11:20 a.m.
A motorcade is scheduled to take Lewis to Anderson Clayton Brothers Funeral Home in Terrell, where visitation is scheduled from 5 until 8 p.m. Friday. The route will be the same as has been used in previous motorcades.
Greenville – A Delta County man is killed Sunday following a two vehicle wreck on Hwy 34 south of Greenville.
41-year-old Gary Don Hooten, of Klondike, was pronounced dead at the scene.
According to State Troopers, Hooten was driving a motorcycle northbound on HW 43 when the driver of another vehicle failed to yield the right-of-way and turned in front of him. A collision would ensue and Hooten was ejected from his bike.
Greenville – Another soldier killed in Afghanistan will return to Texas Wednesday through the Greenville airport. Army SPC Joseph Michael Lewis, of Terrell, is to be flown into Greenville Wednesday at a time to be determined.
The family has requested that those who desire, line the roadway along FM 1570 between the Airport and Hwy. 34 to pay their respects. He will then be transported to Terrell where funeral arrangements are pending with Anderson Clayton Brothers Funeral Home.