Black Main Street

Grand Jury Indicts Derion Vence With Tampering With Corpse of Maleah Davis

A grand jury has indicted Derion Vence with tampering with a corpse in Maleah Davis’ death, the DA announced Thursday.

Vence was charged with tampering with a corpse on May 11.

So what does the indictment mean?

According to the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, an “indictment” is the “written statement of a grand jury accusing a person therein named of some act or omission which, by law, is declared to be an offense.”

No additional charges have been filed, but the Harris County District Attorney’s Office said when prosecutors receive a final autopsy report from the Medical Examiner’s Office, that evidence will be considered as part of any decision regarding possible additional charges.

“Our work continues to seek justice for Maleah,” Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg said.

READ  Texas Cops Who Led Black Man by Rope on Horseback Won't Face Criminal Investigation

Related posts

Executed White Supremacist’s Remorseless Final Statement Sparks Response Of Texas Lawmaker

BMS Admin

Protests Over Teen’s Death in Israel Injure 111 police

Gloria Landman

Watch: OJ Simpson Granted Parole After Nearly 9 Years In Prison

BMS Admin

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Social networking for
the Black Community