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Killeen man sentenced to life in prison for capital murder of child in Temple

A Killeen man will be spending the rest of his life behind bars after a jury found him guilty of the capital murder of a 2-year-old child in Temple two years ago. Jadin Nunez, 27, was booked into the Bell County Jail on Sept. 24, 2019, after police said that a few days prior, he had beaten a girl to death because she had put her shoes on the wrong feet. Shannah McAlpine was just days away from her third birthday when she was killed on Sept. 22, 2019.
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Texas man beat 2-year-old girl to death for putting shoes on wrong feet

A Texas man will spend the rest of his life in prison for beating his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter to death after the little girl put her shoes on the wrong feet. Jadin Nunez, 27, was sentenced in Bell County last week after a jury found him guilty of murdering Shannah McAlpine back in 2019, the Killeen Daily Herald reports.
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Texas man sentenced to life in prison for killing two-year-old

A Texas man will spend the rest of his life in prison for beating his girlfriend’s two-year-old daughter to death after the little girl put her shoes on the wrong feet. Jadin Nunez, 27, was sentenced in Bell County last week after a jury found him guilty of murdering Shannah McAlpine back in 2019, the Killeen Daily Herald reports.
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Temple woman indicted for DWI accident that maimed motorcyclist

A Temple woman was allegedly intoxicated — and driving with three children — when she struck a motorcyclist that led to the amputation of one of his legs. Destinee Lomeli, 27, was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday on two charges: driving while intoxicated with a child under 15 years of age, a state jail felony, and intoxication assault with a vehicle, a third-degree felony.
TEMPLE, TX
Killeen Daily Herald

Temple woman accused of taking food, other items during burglary

A Temple woman faces a felony charge after she allegedly broke into a building and took food and other items. Autumn Finger, 33, was indicted by grand jurors on a burglary of a habitation charge, a second degree felony, and possession of a controlled substance, a state jail felony. On...
TEMPLE, TX
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Killeen Daily Herald

Little River-Academy man indicted on 2 indecency with child charges

Jeremiah David Hughes, 38, of Little River-Academy, was indicted on two counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact by a grand jury Wednesday. The charges stem from an incident from July 19, 2018, reported to the Bell County Sheriff’s Department on June 21. He was in custody at...
BELL COUNTY, TX
Killeen Daily Herald

Bell County grand jury indicts Heights man on two armed robbery charges in a year

A Harker Heights man was indicted on a felony charge after he allegedly beat and robbed a woman in June, leading to his second indictment on a robbery charge this year. A Bell County grand jury on Wednesday indicted Travis Jarella Foy, 51, on a second-degree felony charge of aggravated robbery. On Jan. 20, Foy was indicted on an aggravated robbery charge after police said he injured a man while stealing the man’s vehicle at a Killeen gas station last year. In an unrelated case, he was indicted on Oct. 13 on a felony charge of evading arrest with a vehicle related to a July 29 incident in Bell County.
BELL COUNTY, TX
Killeen Daily Herald

State files charges against 3 people previously sentenced in federal court in Killeen child porn, assault case

The state has filed felony charges against three people who were convicted and sentenced in federal court in 2019 for possession of child pornography in Killeen. In 2019, Christopher Andrew Almaguer, 29, and his wife, Sarah Rashelle Almaguer, 30, of Killeen each were sentenced to 60 years in federal prison for possession of child pornography.
KILLEEN, TX
Killeen Daily Herald

Belton ISD threat not credible, police say; juvenile referred to county authorities

Police in Temple and Belton on Thursday investigated a threat made to a Belton ISD campus and determined it was not credible, officials said. “This morning, the Belton Police Department was alerted to a threat made on social media by a teenage student from the Belton school district,” Belton spokesman Paul Romer said. “Police quickly determined that the threat was not credible, and the juvenile will be referred to Bell County Attorney’s office for adjudication.”
BELTON, TX
Killeen Daily Herald

Killeen man arrested after allegedly shooting at apartments

A Killeen man was charged with deadly conduct and discharge of a firearm at a residence Monday after he allegedly fired shots at an apartment complex. Terrance Mack, 47, of Killeen, was booked into the Bell County Jail Monday morning charged with a third-degree felony. On Oct. 16, Killeen police...
KILLEEN, TX