Man pleads not guilty to grandparents’ murder
Burglars stole about $70,000 from her husband’s pension account at the Veterans Affairs hospital in Fort Smith on April 4, 2012. She went to the police and gave a sw바카라orn statement to investigators, who later charged her with second-degree murder. She received two years probation and completed two years of mental health counseling. She also made a $40,000 cash surrender to police to explain why she lied to them.
That $40,000 cash surrender ended up in court Tuesday when her attorney, James O’Neill, asked Judge Richard D. Jones whether she could be released on bond after a judge convicted her on a lesser charge of felony tampering with evidence. She has not yet been held in a jail facility, although prosecutors have agreed to place her in the custody of state police pending an appeal.
Dawn Barrows, who worked at the hospital and went to the hospital with her husband the night of the homicide, has been in a Dallas jail since her April 2 arrest. She has not been charged in the shooting.
A few days after the shooting, when Barrows appeared in a video that appeared to be shot in her husband’s hospital room, she refused to give a sworn statement.
“No, I’ve said nothing,” she said, according to the Dallas Morning바카라사이트 News. “Please do your own investigation. I am innocent. But we are here with you today, you see.”
On Monday, Jones found Barrows not guilty on all charges after the trial.
Barrows told the court the shooting that killed her husband was her husband’s fault. She said she had become suspicious of her husband when she found photographs of his body at a Texas funeral home that he had won in a lottery.
Barrows testified she took his keys to the hospital while she and her husband were there. She said she called police and that on the way there, she and her husband spotted a van with a police light on it, which she didn’t recognize.
At one point in the video, Barrows can be heard saying, “I don’t even know how many more times do I have to say this.”
The video showed Barrows walking away from the van with her hands up as the officer, Daniel Hightower, asked if she was OK, her voice rising to a screaming state우리카지노. She said nothing. Barrows then walked out of the car, took off running toward the hospital with her hands up and the back seat on