A federal grand jury has indicted a Nacogdoches woman on four counts of methamphetamine-related offenses, while her accused accomplice is charged with a single count of conspiracy.
University Police Department Chief John Fields said racism was not a motivating factor in what university officials are calling “a terrible ordeal” of a false report that led to police entering a Stephen F. Austin State University cheerleader’s room earlier this month.
Stephen F. Austin State University President Scott Gordon condemned the actions of a group of students who filed a false police report on another student earlier this month in a statement issued Monday night.
A 29-year-old Honduras native accused of participating in a car theft ring is now facing federal immigration charges and possible deportation after being arrested in Nacogdoches earlier this month.
A Nacogdoches resident who sent two men to the hospital in a shooting over the weekend confessed to firing on them, according to the arrest affidavit filed against him.