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Jack McGaughey, district ...
Jack McGaughey, district attorney for Montague, Clay and Archer counties, declined to say what prompted the investigation, also being conducted by the Texas Rangers.
But he said authorities found contraband in the Montague County Jail.
also said some surveillance cameras' cords had been disconnected; recliners were in cells; some bathrooms and cells could be locked from the inside; and inmates had made partitions out of paper towels to block jailers' view inside their cells.
One alarming discovery was a type of rack made of nails, he
"This action was taken because there was a concern for the safety of the prisoners and the jail personnel," McGaughey
Five inmates were removed and transferred to the Wise County Jail the day of the FBI raid earlier this month based on the investigation, McGaughey
The U.S. Attorney's Office
also is working with the FBI
and may bring federal charges in the case, McGaughey
97th Judicial District Court of Texas
Jack A. McGaughey, District Judge
PO Box 530
Henrietta, Texas 76365-0530
Phone: (940) 538-4314 (Henrietta)
(940) 894-2066 (Montague)
Montague County District ...
Montague County District Attorney Jack McGaughey (muh-GOY') says Wheeler was holding a shotgun and an officer was shot in the hand.
No other details have been released, and an autopsy is pending.
"For purposes of your investigation," ...
"For purposes of your investigation," wrote Jack McGaughey, district attorney for the 97th Judicial District in a March 1990 letter to the local chapter of the Boy Scouts, "I think you can note that he was indicted for the offense of indecency with a child and that the case was later dismissed when I adhered to an agreement reached between (his) attorney and my predecessor whereby (he) agreed to undergo counseling in return for dismissal.
The request for the change was ...
The request for the change was filed because the defense was concerned of the "widespread knowledge of the case in that county," said Jack McGaughey, district attorney for Archer, Clay and Montague counties.
Tuesday, a jury of six men and six women was selected.
Opening statements and testimony are set to begin at 9 a.m. today.
"The allegation is murder," McGaughey
said, by stabbing the victim in the chest with a knife.