Constable pleads guilty, relinquishes license

Parker County Precinct 1 Constable Charlie Hunt pled guilty to family violence assault and was sentenced to six months in jail Thursday. As a condition of the plea agreement, Hunt also resigned his elected position as constable and permanently relinquished his Texas peace officer’s license. The victim said Hunt hit her several times and dragged her through the house in an incident in February. He was also accused of placing a tracking device on the woman’s car after the incident.

Both Aledo bond props fail

Both Aledo ISD bond propositions were soundly defeated in Tuesday’s election.

Proposition A, $64 million for a second middle school and other improvements, failed 71% to 29%.

Prop B, $8.8 million for a high school ag facility and land for future schools, went down 66% to 34%.

Possible motive revealed in double murder

Investigators say they have a possible motive in the murder of two women found in Willow Park Saturday night.

A probable cause affidavit released yesterday reveals that a third woman, Sierra McMahan, claims that she and the two victims, Krista McClellan and Ashley Pohorence, traveled together from Arlington to Willow Park to meet the suspect, Christopher Mark Wall of Weatherford, an administrator at John Peter Smith Hospital. She said the three met Wall through an adult online classified service and gave him a massage the previous day at JPS.

McMahan said she and McClellan extorted approximately $8,000 from Wall Friday by convincing him that they recorded him soliciting them for sex during the massage.

McMahan said they met Wall again Saturday in Willow Park, supposedly to get more money from him. She said she stayed in her vehicle while the two victims got into Wall’s car. She says she fled in her vehicle when Wall shot the two women.

Armed robbery at W’ford Walgreens

In the early morning hours of Monday, October 30, Weatherford Police Department dispatch received a 911 call of an armed robbery that had occurred at the Walgreens drug store located at 1317 S. Main Street in Weatherford.

Walgreens employees reported that at approximately 4:45 in the morning, two black males entered the store with their faces covered. While one of the suspects went to the pharmacy area, the other, who was wearing all black clothing, charged the employees while displaying a handgun, ordering them to lay on the ground.

One suspect jumped over the counter into the secure drug area. The suspect asked for the keys to the drug cabinet and went to the hydrocodone area, stealing an undetermined amount of the drug. This suspect was described as a tall, slim, black male wearing a hoodie, a ski mask, dark sunglasses and carrying a pillow case. It was also reported that a small mustache could be seen under the suspect’s ski mask.

Both subjects then fled from the business on foot. Officers arrived quickly in the area and located a suspicious blue Mercedes passenger car in the nearby neighborhood and attempted to stop the vehicle. The Mercedes accelerated rapidly away from the officers, failing to yield. A vehicle pursuit ensued as the vehicle made its way back to Interstate 20 in an attempt to evade officers. During the attempt to evade, officers observed the occupants of the car throwing objects from the window of their vehicle.

The pursuit traveled east on Interstate 20 and then merged onto Interstate 30 into the City of Fort Worth. Due to the high rate of speed of the Mercedes, officers lost the vehicle near the area of Chapel Creek, located around I-30 and North loop 820.

Officers returned to the area where the vehicle pursuit was initiated and recovered several items thrown from the vehicle including a handgun and some articles of clothing.

Walgreens employees reported that some Walgreens stores in the North Texas area have had similar robberies take place within the last few months.

The case is actively being investigated and detectives are currently following up on leads at this time.
If you have any information regarding this robbery, please contact Parker County Crime Stoppers at 817-599-5555 or 1-800-942-STOP, or visit the Parker County Crime Stoppers website at to learn more ways to submit a tips. Your information and identity will remain anonymous.