Woman indicted on murder solicitation charge


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A  Gladewater woman who was arrested in June on a murder solicitation charge was indicted this week by a Gregg County Grand Jury.

Deeanna Ann Aldredge was arrested at her home on Quitman Street in Gladewater after an investigation by the Gregg County Sheriff’s Office and remains  in the county jail on a $250,000 bond.

She reportedly lost custody of her child and offered to pay $500 to have the child’s father killed,  according to the arrest warrant filed in the Gregg County District Court.

The arrest warrant says a confidential informant, identified as “C.I,” contacted the sheriff’s office June 13 and said Aldredge asked him to kill her child’s father.

The informant met the next day with two sheriff’s investigators, a sheriff’s office lieutenant, a Texas Ranger and a Longview police detective and told them Aldredge called him twice and offered to pay him to kill the father.

C.I. said the father had full custody of the child and Aldredge believed the father “stole” the child from her, the arrest warrant said. He said Aldredge had been unable to regain custody after failing a drug test.

C.I. said Aldredge initially approached him about killing the father a month earlier when they met at a Kilgore restaurant, the arrest warrant said.

Aldredge showed C.I. where the father lives in White Oak and provided a location where he works, according to the arrest warrant. She also described the vehicle the father drives.

“C.I. advised that Deeanna offered him cash to kill (the father) or have someone kill him but advised that she never gave an amount that she would pay,” the arrest warrant said.

C.I. told authorities Aldredge called him June 13 to solicit the father’s murder, and asked again whether he would do it or knew anyone else who would, the arrest warrant said.

CI. said he immediately reported the incident to the sheriff’s office lieutenant, and investigators arranged for C.I. to place a recorded call with Aldredge, according to the report.

“Deeanna advised that she still wanted to have (the father) killed and offered $500 to have him killed,” the report read. She said she wanted to meet C.I. in person to discuss the issue further, and they agreed to meet this past Saturday.

Authorities issued C.I. audio-visual recording equipment before his meeting with Aldredge, the report said. Investigators watched the meeting of C.I. and Aldredge and conducted surveillance.

C.I. was directed to tell Aldredge that he had someone interested in killing the father and entered her vehicle, which was registered to the father, the report said.

“During their meeting, Deeanna advised C.I. that she didn’t want to speak about it over the phone or text messages because she did not want to leave a paper trail,” the arrest warrant said.

Aldredge reportedly declined the informant’s request to take him by the father’s house because the father was home and celebrating his birthday, the arrest warrant said. She showed him a photo of the father on Facebook and provided his work schedule.

C.I. told Aldredge that “his guy” needed an act of good faith, and she agreed to pay $100 before the hit and the remainder of the amount after the father was killed, according to the report.

Responding to a question from C.I., Aldredge said, “I want him dead; I want it to look like an accident,” the arrest warrant said.

She added she wanted the father killed when her son was not with him, the report said.

Aldredge gave a description of the father’s vehicle and made arrangements to meet with the person who would kill the father, the arrest warrant said. She wrote a note with the work and home addresses of the father and what he drove and handed it to C.I.

After she dropped C.I. off, investigators picked him up and obtained the recording and the note Aldredge handed to C.I., the arrest warrant said.

 

Others inducted include:

GRAND JURY FOR THE 124THDISTRICT COURT

JULY-DECEMBER TERM

AUGUST 22ND& 23RD, 2018

 

 

 

THE GRAND JURY RETURNED 45 INDICTMENTS WITH 14 SEALED DUE TO NO ARREST AT TIME OF GRAND JURY MEETING

DEFENDANT OFFENSE CITY
1.     DAVID EUGENE HOPKINS (42)

 

***JAIL

INJURY TO A CHILD, ELDERLY, OR DISABLED INDIVIDUAL

06-17-2018

TATUM
2.     JUSTIN HAYES REED (31)

 

 

***JAIL

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY A FELON

05-29-2018

LONGVIEW
3.     TOMMY LEE WOBBINGTON JR. (44)

 

$5,000

(BOND# 18000548)

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE HABITUAL

04-11-2018

 

HALLSVILLE
4.     ANCIO ANTONIO TOWLES (42)

 

***JAIL

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY A FELON

LPD – 18-9935

07-01-2018

LONGVIEW
5.     ANCIO ANTONIO TOWLES (42)

 

***JAIL

BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE HABITUAL; EVADING ARREST OR DETENTION WITH PREVIOUS CONVICTION

07-01-2018

 

LONGVIEW
6.     STEVEN LEE DUVALL (33)

 

ARRESTED OUT OF COUNTY

 

FORGERY

10-02-2017

 

LONGVIEW
7.     STACEY WALL (34)

 

$15,000

(BOND# 2018-609-4319)

 

BURGLARY OF A BUILDING

7.1.18

 

KILGORE

 

8.     DALTON WAYNE WUENCH (18)

 

$5,000

(BOND# 2018-101-0627)

 

BURGLARY OF A BUILDING

7.1.18

 

KILGORE

 

9.     ENNIX BLACKMON, JR. (68)

 

$5,000

(BOND# 2018-611-191132)

 

THEFT HABITUAL

5.29.18

 

LONGVIEW
10.  LESLIE DEWAYNE BUTLER (36)

 

$20,000

(BOND# 16000908)

FORGERY

6.9.18

5.23.16

BECKVILLE
11.  JAMES TRINTON JOHNSON (29)

 

*** JAIL

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE IN AN AMOUNT OF LESS THAN ONE GRAM

5.30.18

AUBREY
12.  CHRISTOPHER RENOIR JONES (35)

 

*** JAIL

DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED 3RD OR MORE

5.29.18

OVERTON
13.  MARKEYTA TRENICE WARD (31)

 

$5,000

(BOND# 2018-508-1012)

INJURY TO AN ELDERLY INDIVIDUAL

07-10-2018

 

LONGVIEW
14.  JOHNNY LEN KELLOGG (47)

 

***JAIL

 

MURDER

05-09-2018

 

LONGVIEW
15.  LI ANTHONY GLOSSON (23)

 

$7,500

(BOND# 2018-101-0591)

TAMPERING WITH A GOVERNMENTAL RECORD; TAMPERING WITH A GOVERNMENTAL RECORD; TAMPERING WITH A GOVERNMENTAL RECORD; TAMPERING WITH A GOVERNMENTAL RECORD

03-04-2018

NEW YORK, NY
16.  LI ANTHONY GLOSSON (23)

 

$3,500

(BOND# 2018-101-0590)

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

03-04-2018

NEW YORK, NY
17.  JAMES DONNELL WHITAKER (50)

 

***JAIL

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A MOTOR-PROPELLED VEHICLE; POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

06-03-2018

 

LONGVIEW
18.  JOHN KENNETH OLSEN (52)

 

***JAIL

 

THEFT OF PROPERTY OF THE VALUE OF $2,500 OR MORE BUT LESS THAN $30,000

06-05-2018

 

ATLANTA
19.  DAN MICHAEL EDWARDS (56)

 

$5,000

(BOND# 2018-117-3352)

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

04-02-2018

KILGORE
20.  CARLTON RAY CHAMPION (54)

 

$100,000

(BOND# 18000828)

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE WITH INTENT TO DELIVER

04-06-2018

LONGVIEW
21.  MINDI SUE GRIFFITH (42)

 

 

$20,000

(BOND# 18000881)

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE WITH INTENT TO DELIVER

04-14-2018

LONGVIEW
22.  JOSEPH WAYNE BURNETTE (41)

 

*** JAIL

FAILURE TO REGISTER AS A SEX OFFENDER

7.20.18

LONGVIEW
23.  CHRISTOPHER CHARLES CLARY (18)

 

$5,000

(BOND# 2018-609-3881)

 

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE IN AN AMOUNT OF LESS THAN ONE GRAM

4.5.18

KILGORE
24.  DEEANNA ANN ALDREDGE (23)

 

*** JAIL

 

SOLICITATION TO COMMIT MURDER

6.18.18

 

GLADEWATER
25.  ANTHONY JAMES LOCKLEY (19)

 

 

$15,000

(BOND# 2018-609-4359)

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY FELON

6.20.18

TYLER
26.  QUARDARIAN LADAYL MITCHELL (27)

 

*** JAIL

EVADING ARREST OR DETENTION WITH A VEHICLE

6.2.18

EL DORADO, AR
27.  JUSTIN JAKE NEWMAN (39)

 

*** JAIL

 

BURGLARY OF A HABITATION

3.27.18

 

HARLETON
28.  GLORIA WILLIAMS NORRIS (53)

 

*** JAIL

 

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

6.30.18

CONTINUOUS VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER

7.17.18 & 7.22.18

EVADING ARREST WITH VEHICLE

7.22.18

LONGVIEW
       29.   JOSEPH WAYNE

BURNETTE (41)

 

***JAIL

MURDER

10.28.06

 

LONGVIEW
30.   JOSEPH WAYNE

BURNETTE (41)

 

***JAIL

MURDER

7.13.2018

 

LONGVIEW
31. BRANDON WILSON

WHITEHORN (24)

 

 

***JAIL

 

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF $30,000<$150,000

GCSO-08A-013-18

3.27.2018

GLADEWATER

 

 

 


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