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Dabrett Black guilty of capital murder for killing of Trooper Damon Allen

BRYAN, TEXAS (KWTX) - A jury has found Dabrett Black guilty of capital murder for the killing of DPS Trooper Damon Allen in Freestone County on Thanksgiving Day in 2017. Allen, 41, of Teague, Texas, was killed while he was sitting in his patrol unit when the driver of a car he pulled over for speeding on I-45 south of Fairfield opened fire with a rifle, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.
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FREESTONE COUNTY, Texas – A jury found Dabrett Black guilty of Capital Murder Thursday afternoon, only a few hours after starting deliberations. The verdict came with an automatic sentence of life without possibility of parole. The jury agreed with prosecutors that Black shot and killed Texas State Trooper Damon...
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BRYAN — The capital murder trial of a man accused of killing a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper began in Brazos County on Monday. Dabrett Black is accused of killing Trooper Damon Allen during a traffic stop along Interstate 45 near Fairfield in Freestone County in 2017. The...
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BRYAN, Texas — The trial for the murder of Trooper Damon Allen starts Monday, Feb. 28. 25 News is live in the courtroom with the latest on the case against Dabrett Black, the man accused of shooting Allen to death on Thanksgiving Day 2017. Here's a live update of...
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Highway Dedicated to Trooper Damon Allen

“It was an honor to join with other agencies and friends and family as we attended the sign and highway dedication of DPS Trooper Damon Allen on Wednesday, in Teague,” said Freestone County Sheriff Jeremy Shipley. “Heroes should always be remembered, and this one will be.”. The Texas Department of...