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Greenville man indicted on charge of murder of infant son

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Lindsey Wiley
Texas A&M University-Commerce

Jeremey Strange remains in custody at the Hunt County Detention Center.

  • In Greenville, a local man has been indicted on a charge of murder for allegedly causing fatal injuries to his infant son. The Greenville Herald-Banner reports Jeremey David Strange is in custody at the Hunt County Detention Center. He was first booked on Sept. 14 on a charge of injury to a child causing serious bodily injury. Strange is also being held on a motion to revoke his probation on a conviction for a second-offense DWI charge. Hunt County district attorney Noble Walker said the child suffered from shaken baby syndrome and reportedly died on Sept. 23.
  • National Weather Service crews surveying damage from Tuesday morning’s severe storms were in Collin, Fannin and Hunt counties yesterday. The Greenville Herald Banner reports crews visited Wolfe City, among other locations, yesterday. Locals reported damage along FM 816 and County Road 1019, west of Wolfe City. That damage appears to have been from straight-line winds, rather than a tornado. The storms included confirmed tornadoes in Blue Ridge, near Leonard, and west of Paris.