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Sheriff Deputy Indicted for Assault

October 29, 2019  A grand jury indicted a Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputy Tuesday for assault, District Attorney Kim Ogg announced.  Deputy…

Robber who dumped his GPS monitor and went missing from his own trial gets 29 years

October 16, 2019  A Houston man, who jumped bail during his own trial and was convicted and sentenced while on the run, got 29 years for robbing an…

Haskell sentenced to death for family massacre

October 11, 2019  A Harris County jury sentenced a killer to death Friday for the execution of six members of the Stay family, including a husband…

Joint effort leads to 32 year prison sentence

October 10, 2019  A man prosecuted as part of a joint effort with the ATF that linked a handgun he had while fleeing police to an armed robbery…

Man gets 30 years for attacking elderly woman

October 10, 2019  A Houston man was sentenced to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to raping a 77-year-old Asian woman who he targeted for…

Prosecutors prevail: Officer's killer to remain in state mental hospital

October 8, 2019  A man who in 2008 claimed he heard voices telling him to drive his car into two Houston Police officers - killing one of them -…

Jury: Ronald Haskell guilty of capital murder

September 26, 2019  A Harris County jury convicted Ronald Haskell of capital murder Thursday. The sentencing phase of the case comes next, during…

Leonard Dawson sentenced for murder of girlfriend

September 25, 2019  A jury convicted and sentenced Leonard Dawson to 75 years in prison for murdering his girlfriend, Harris County District…

Painter who ran over ex-girlfriend four times gets 20 years

September 16, 2019  A 72-year-old Houston house painter has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for running over a former girlfriend four times,…

Statement from DA Ogg on bail reform settlement ruling

September 5, 2019  The following is a statement from Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg on U.S. District Judge Lee Rosenthal’s bail reform…