Deanna Boyd,

Deanna Boyd

Fort Worth, TX, United States

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Past articles by Deanna:

Messages about female co-workers’ attractiveness cost 2nd Fort Worth IT worker his job

The termination letter accused Stephen Doss of exchanging instant messages at work with former IT manager David Callahan that discussed a female co-worker’s buttocks and ranked the attractiveness of others. → Read More

Southern Baptist leader accused of teen’s sexual assault pleads guilty to misdemeanor

Mark Aderholt had been charged with sexual assault of a child under 17. As part of a plea deal, he pleaded guilty to assault with bodily injury, a Class A misdemeanor, in exchange for probation, 30 days in jail. → Read More

Tarrant County prosecutors dismiss more than 200 marijuana cases due to changes in law

While Texas authorities struggle to equip state labs to comply with the new state law legalizing hemp, the Tarrant County District Attorney dismissed more than 200 marijuana cases she can no longer prosecute. → Read More

Fort Worth murder victim will have a ‘proper funeral’ after family comes forward

The body of Jennifer Diaz, who was killed June 18 inside a west Fort Worth motel room will return to Colorado City, Texas, for burial after family members learned of her death. Salomon Marquez was arrested. → Read More

Woman seeks proper burial for murder victim. ‘She mattered, and I want her to know’

Jennifer Diaz’s prostitution convictions spoke of her past trauma, not who she was, says a friend raising money to bury Diaz. Diaz’s body was found in a Fort Worth motel June 18, wrapped in a sheet and plastic. → Read More

Man accused of kidnapping Fort Worth girl, 8, pleads not guilty, wants new attorney

During his arraignment hearing in federal court Monday morning, Michael Webb pleaded not guilty to kidnapping an 8-year-old Fort Worth girl and told US District Judge Reed O’Connor that he wants a new attorney. → Read More

New details show officer almost botched 2nd chance to rescue kidnapped Fort Worth girl

The Forest Hill sergeant had searched Michael Webb’s hotel room earlier and didn’t find the kidnapped Fort Worth girl. But it was his response to a second call about the suspect’s car that led to his firing. → Read More

Hearing delayed for Texas man expected to plead guilty to federal kidnapping charge

Michael Webb was to plead guilty Wednesday in federal court to the kidnapping of a Fort Worth girl in the Ryan Place neighborhood last month. At the request of the parties, the hearing was delayed a week. → Read More

Man to plead guilty to federal kidnapping charge in abduction of Fort Worth girl, 8

Michael Webb, 51, is scheduled to enter his guilty plea to a kidnapping charge Wednesday morning in federal court. The Texas man faces up to life in prison for the May 18 abduction of a girl in Ryan Place. → Read More

Man accused of molesting younger church members indicted on indecency with child charges

A Texas man was indicted after being accused of child molestation at a Mansfield TX church. The now women victims accused Heritage Baptist Church of covering up the alleged sexual misconduct by Benjamin Cole. → Read More

State charges added against Texas man accused of kidnapping Fort Worth child

Court records show the Tarrant County District Attorney’s office filed an aggravated kidnapping charge against Michael Webb, 51, on June 4. He remained in federal custody as of Tuesday. → Read More

Retired Arlington cop, former sub teacher accused in second indecency with child case

William “Bill” Stallsworth had been working as a substitute teacher for the Arlington school district when the allegations first surfaced last year that he had molested a former neighbor. → Read More

Retired Arlington police sergeant arrested on accusations of indecency with a child

William “Bill” Stallsworth, a retired Arlington police sergeant, was released on bond Friday. He is accused of having sexual contact with a female relative when she was between 8 and 10 years of age. → Read More

Fired Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald files whistleblower lawsuit against city

Former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald, who was fired last month, claims the city retaliated against him for reporting non-compliance with federal regulations despite contrary claims by city officials. → Read More

Texas nurse accused of falsely claiming her daughter had diabetes, giving girl insulin

She is an east Texas nurse who, investigators say, told several whopping lies. → Read More

She recorded herself pulling up YouTube on a Tarrant County computer. Now she’s in jail

Carolyn Rodriguez took video as she walked through a Tarrant County Facilities Management building, then accessed her YouTube channel on a county computer. She’s now accused of a computer security breach. → Read More

Bar owner accused of rape says bond conditions prevent him from earning a living

Israel Espiricueta, an owner of The Library Bar in downtown Fort Worth, has been required since September to wear a GPS monitor and prohibited from entering bars, including his own during business hours. → Read More

City IT manager fired over messages at work about female co-workers’ attractiveness

The city began investigating David Callahan after receiving an anonymous complaint that he had exchanged instant messages with a male employee at work that talked about the attractiveness of female colleagues. → Read More

Convicted killer denied new trial despite Fort Worth crime lab investigation

Donnell Ray Page pleaded guilty to murder and a string of aggravated robberies just hours before learning a Fort Worth crime lab scientist was under investigation for alleged wrongdoing. He sought a new trial. → Read More

A bloody struggle, an invisible palm print and a 25-year-old mystery in Irving

Megan Beth Johns was found fatally stabbed inside her Irving apartment in 1994. Almost 25 years later, the search for her killer continues and family and friends work to make sure the 29-year-old isn’t forgotten. → Read More