Lufkin man agrees to six years in prison for stalking
AS REPORTED IN THE LUFKIN DAILY NEWS:
A Lufkin man accused of stalking his ex-wife in May, pleaded guilty Monday, accepting a six-year prison term.
Michael Dewayne Thompson, 49, received six-year sentences for each of the four counts against him, including three for stalking and one for deadly conduct, according to court records. The sentences are to be served concurrently.
Thompson was being held in the Angelina County Jail on a $1 million bond for the May incident in which he stalked his ex-wife and fired shots at her friend’s Burke home.
Thompson’s ex-wife was at the home when the incident occurred, according to previous reports.
One bullet lodged in the friend’s vehicle, while the other traveled through the vehicle windshield into the bedroom of the friend’s son, who was not home at the time, Angelina County Sheriff’s Office investigator Mike Jones said in a previous interview. The bullet was found lying on the boy’s bed.
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