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    Alleged stalker tied to neo-Nazi prison gang, court documents say


    WICHITA FALLS ( KFDX/KJTL ) — A Wichita Falls man accused of shooting his step-father , stalking his ex-girlfriend, and threatening to release intimate pictures of her is now accused of having ties to a neo-Nazi prison gang, according to recently filed court documents.

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    Jordy Brent Onstead-Donley, 39, of Wichita Falls , is currently being held behind bars on bonds totaling $10,000 in Tarrant County, where he stands accused of unlawfully carrying a weapon and evading arrest with a vehicle.

    Sixteen charges are currently pending against Onstead-Donley in Wichita County, according to jail records, all of which occurred between January and March of 2023 :

    • Harassment (January 6, 2023)
    • Stalking (January 13, 2023)
    • Violation of bond or protective order (January 13, 2023)
    • Violation of bond or protective order (January 16, 2023)
    • 3 counts — Publishing or threatening to publish intimate visual material (January 17, 2023)
    • 2 counts — Sale or distribution of harmful material to a minor (January 17, 2023)
    • Violation of bond or protective order (January 24, 2023)
    • Aggravated assault with a weapon (January 24, 2023)
    • Violation of bond or protective order (February 11, 2023)
    • Violating bond or protective order twice or more within 12 months (February 17, 2023)
    • Violation of bond or protective order (February 18, 2023)
    • Violating bond or protective order twice or more within 12 months (March 13, 2023)
    • Possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1 or 1B (March 14, 2023)

    Prosecutors in Wichita County recently requested Onstead-Donley’s trial date be set for July 2024 within days of filing notice they intend to introduce evidence that he’s associated with the Aryan Brotherhood or the Aryan Circle, a white supremacist prison gang.

    After Onstead-Donley failed to appear at a scheduled court hearing on May 23, 2024, a judge declared his bond insufficient on five of his pending charges. The bonds on each of the five charges were raised to $1.5 million, bringing his total bonds in Wichita County to over $7.5 million.

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    The judge then issued a warrant for Onstead-Donley’s arrest. Two days later, on May 25, 2024, he was located at a residence in Fort Worth and taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals and officers with the Fort Worth Police Department.

    According to the affidavit, authorities attempted to stop Onstead-Donley on a service road on Interstate 820 in Fort Worth. After a brief pursuit, he was found to have a gun in the car, violating the conditions of his bond .

    Tarrant County jail records show that Onstead-Donley has two new Wichita County charges of bail jumping and tampering with an electronic monitoring device from June 6, 2024, with bonds that would bring his total to over $9 million.

    According to a check of Wichita County court documents, the two newest charges against Onstead-Donley have not yet been added.

    This is a developing story. Stick with Texoma’s Homepage for updates as more information becomes available. All individuals charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


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