BELTON — The attorney for Killeen boater Jason Bernal criticized the Bell County District Attorney’s office for piling on multiple criminal charges in the houseboat deaths case.Barrett Thomas said Thursday that he believes the District Attorney’s office failed to do an adequate investigation and looked for a scapegoat for a tragic accident by adding unwarranted criminal charges against his client.Bernal, 44, was indicted Wednesday on multiple charges by a Bell County grand jury for the...
BELTON — A Rogers man pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge of indecency with a child by exposure.Johnny L. Chervenka, 73, stood next to his attorney, Daniel Light, as he told Judge John Gauntt that he was guilty of the third-degree felony charge.Sentencing is set for 1:30 p.m. Jan. 16, 2018.Gauntt ordered a pre-sentence investigation before he sentences Chervenka, who could be sent to prison for between two and 10 years and fined up to $10,000.Chervenka and Light both said no plea bargain...
BELTON — Killeen boater Jason Stuart Bernal was indicted today by a Bell County grand jury in the deaths this summer of a father and his daughter at Lake Belton.Bernal is charged with two counts of criminally negligent homicide and two counts of intoxication manslaughter in connection with the deaths of 4-year-old Kaitlyn Oliver and her father, 37-year-old Patrick Oliver, the Bell County indictment reports indicated.Kaitlyn died June 23 after the boat Bernal drove backed up at Temple Lake...
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