Man Convicted Of Stabbing Ex-Wife At Her Real Estate Office A North Texas man has been convicted of killing his ex-wife in a 2013 stabbing attack at her real estate office two weeks after they divorced.
Officer Convicted Of 3 Manslaughter Counts After Patrol Car WreckA former North Texas police officer has been convicted of causing a 2011 patrol car wreck that left two cousins and an unborn child dead.
Father Convicted Of Shaking, Killing Infant DaughterA San Antonio jury has convicted a man in the death of his 7-week-old daughter.
Man Convicted Of Drug Trafficking, Leading Cops On ChaseA Louisiana man faces life in federal prison after being convicted of drug trafficking counts linked to a chase following a 2013 traffic stop.
Man Gets Life Term For Prostitution Scam A man who lured girls and women from Mexico into prostitution with false newspaper advertisements for U.S. jobs must serve life in federal prison.
Woman Gets 30 Years For Identify Theft A South Texas woman convicted of trying to steal the identity of her husband's ex-wife must serve 30 years in prison.
Woman Claims She Used Bingo Winnings To Buy Rifles Convicted Of LyingA South Texas woman who says she used bingo winnings to buy five assault rifles has been convicted of lying on the purchase records.
Man Convicted Of Sexual Assault On A Child At Day Care CenterA Central Texas man has been convicted of sexual assault of a child at an in-home day care center.
Texas Father, Son Sentenced For Shooting Agent A South Texas man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison and his son to 16 years for the 2012 shooting of a federal agent on drug-patrol duty.
Man Convicted In HP Computer Fraud Sales Scheme A 47-year-old man federal prosecutors describe as a United Kingdom citizen has been convicted of participating in a conspiracy to defraud computer maker Hewlett-Packard of some $14 million by fraudulently purchasing computers and equipment at a discount.
Former Bank Teller Embezzled Nearly $1.4M A former bank teller in East Texas has been convicted of embezzling nearly $1.4 million and faces up to 30 years in prison.
Brothers Convicted For Smuggling WeaponsTwo brothers from South Texas have been convicted in a weapons smuggling ring involving more than 15,000 rounds of ammo and assault rifle magazines.