KAUFMAN — Security at the trial of convicted murderer Charles E. Brownlow Jr. was tightened on Tuesday when the defense team called Brownlow’s brother’s murderer to the stand.
The ribbon cutting ceremony set for May 17 for the new Spur 557 eastbound frontage road has been rescheduled June 3 at 10:30 a.m.
The Oct. 28, 2013, nightlong murder spree in Terrell not only left the victims' families and friends in tatters, it also devastated convicted murderer Charles E. Brownlow Jr.'s relatives — including his mother's sisters.
The Terrell school bond issue was approved by voters 1,453-849 in results announced Saturday night. The district had sought $45 million for school improvements, including realigning the elementary campuses in a K-5 model.
It was a mixed bag on the first day of testimony by defense witnesses on Wednesday during the sentencing phase of the Charles E. Brownlow Jr. capital murder trial.
The prosecution rested its case shortly before noon on Tuesday against convicted murderer Charles E. Brownlow Jr. during the sentencing phase of his capital murder trial.
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