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‘The surprise was that she got caught’: Sarah Hartsfield’s retired Army boss calls murder suspec…

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SUMMARY: Dateline examines the case of Sarah Hartsfield, a Chambers County woman accused of murdering her fifth husband, Joseph Hartsfield, in January. Hartsfield, a former intelligence officer in the U.S. Army, had a top secret security clearance. She was also investigated for the death of her fiancé, David Bragg, in 2018, but the killing was ruled a justifiable homicide by Minnesota prosecutors. The case has been reopened in recent months and could result in charges being filed. Hartsfield is currently in jail on a $4.5 million bond, with another court appearance scheduled for Monday.

Sarah Hartsfield is accused of murdering her fifth husband, after he died in January. She fatally shot a fiancée in 2018.

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Woman charged with stealing van with corpse inside from Fort Worth hospital

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-06-12 21:58:31

SUMMARY: Fort Worth Police report that Valerie Ellis, 35, stole a mortuary van with a corpse inside from John Peter Smith Hospital. The van was taken when the driver left it running to retrieve another body. Ellis ditched the van outside the Fort Worth Zoo, two miles away, and was found nearby on foot. Witnesses saw her acting suspiciously and jumping into the van. The corpse and vehicle were unharmed. Ellis was arrested for theft and abuse of a corpse. Her motives remain unclear. She has prior misdemeanor cases in Tarrant and Wise Counties and is being held in Tarrant County Jail.

Around 7 p.m., Fort Worth police received a 911 call from a mortuary transport employee stating he left the transport van running near the ambulance bay while he went inside the hospital. When he came back out, the van was gone.

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Some UT Dallas, Austin students unable to get their degrees after participating in college protests

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-06-12 21:55:17

SUMMARY: The University of Texas system is disciplining students arrested during Pro-Palestinian protests, including temporarily withholding degrees. Nearly a month after UT Dallas's graduation, criminal proceedings and disciplinary actions remain unresolved for some students. Despite a return to normalcy on campuses, UT Dallas and UT Austin are enforcing measures against students arrested for criminal trespassing after refusing to dismantle their protest encampments. The universities emphasize that these actions are for policy violations, not the act of protesting. Disciplinary measures range from warnings to withholding degrees, with sanctions lifted once the conduct process is completed. UT Dallas declined to comment on ongoing measures.

The University of Texas system is taking disciplinary action against students arrested at pro-Palestinian protests last month. Part of the punishment includes temporarily withholding degrees.

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Sex offender in Mesquite kidnapping case found living near parks, schools

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-06-12 21:52:55

SUMMARY: Doyle Tipton, a registered low-risk sex offender in Hunt County, is accused of attempting to kidnap and sexually assault a 10-year-old girl near his secondary address in Dallas County. The girl, who had been reported as a runaway, managed to escape and sought help at a nearby fire station. Tipton, who has a history of multiple sex crime convictions, reportedly tried to drive the girl away in a red van after picking her up. Tipton's neighbors, unaware of his offender status, expressed shock. Authorities are investigating Tipton's involvement in other cases. Tipton remains registered with Texas DPS and checks in annually.

It appears Doyle Tipton was not living at the home he reported to state registry officials. Instead, he was living in an apartment complex near parks and schools and just blocks away from where he allegedly kidnapped a 10-year-old girl.

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