A 22-year-old man who was free from jail on multiple felony bonds is now being called a suspected serial rapist.
Two families are asking questions as to why the same judge allowed two men to be released on bond. Now, they're being accused of murder.
For more than a year now, FOX 26 has been telling you how at least 90 people have died at the hands of repeat violent offenders freed by judges who grant them multiple felony bonds or PR bonds.
“We need to fix a broken bond system because it simply isn’t working,” said Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez.
In Harris County alone, 90 lives have been lost because of judges who think it’s a good idea to free a violent offender from jail by giving them multiple felony bonds or PR bonds.
One woman who lost her daughter and unborn grandchild has made it her mission to make sure the U.S. Congress supports a new law.
The mother of a violent offender told a judge that her son was a menace to society. Now, he's charged with a string of violent crimes.
One woman is demanding answers as to why a man out on multiple felony bonds allegedly murdered her brother.
29-year-old Jasmine Hughey allegedly died at the hands of a defendant out of jail on multiple felony bonds, 30-year-old Gerald Earl Mixon.
But on October 17, 338th Criminal District Court Judge Ramona Franklin reinstated Ybarbo's bonds.
One family is worried after a man who was out on bond committed another crime. Now, they're in fear for their life.
248th Criminal District Court Judge Hillary Unger has let a number of convicted felons out on bond in Harris County - This time it was costly.
A 39-year-old man accused of murder while out on multiple felony bonds is charged with yet another violent crime.
Four out of the five bonds were felony bonds according to Crime Stoppers.
On Thursday, 232nd District Court Judge Jason Hill revoked Menifee's bond and put him in jail with a new bond set at $1 million.