Selma suspect arraigned on burglary charge
A Selma man was arraigned last week on burglary charge.
According to Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson, Te’Anthony Tarrell Lewis was arraigned in the Dallas County Courthouse on third-degree burglary charge.
Dallas County District Court Judge Bob Armstrong set Lewis’ bond at $15,000, but he remains in the Dallas County Jail.
“Lewis has a probation hold, he can’t out,” Jackson said.
Lewis, 31, was arrested in Dallas County a decade ago. Lewis was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance in 2010.
Jackson said Lewis’ preliminary hearing will be held sometime next year in the Dallas County Courthouse.
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