Circuit Court Judge revokes Selma man’s bond
A Selma man had his bond revoked last week in the Dallas County Courthouse.
Dallas County Circuit Court Judge Collins A. Pettaway Jr. revoked the bond of Te’Anthony Tarrell Lewis, according to Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson. With the bond being revoked, Lewis will serve 69 days in jail. Jackson said that Lewis also has a federal hold on him.
Jackson said that Lewis’ bond was revoked because of a third-degree burglary charge in December. Dallas County District Court Judge Bob Armstrong set Lewis’ bond at $15,000 at the arraignment.
Lewis was arrested in Dallas County a decade ago. Lewis was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance in 2010.
“Another gunslinger off the streets,” Jackson said.
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