|Inmate: Michael Felts
Jail / Facility: Bastrop County Jail
Location: Bastrop Texas
HELLOHope to see you soon. And wish all is well as possible.
By JIM, Published January 22 2012.
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23, Mar 2015 - Bastrop Gov. Abbott Calls For 'Effective Death Penalty'
Today Governor Greg Abbott is speaking out for the first time about the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals' stay of execution in the case of Rodney Reed. A Bastrop County jury convicted Reed of the 1996 rape and strangling death of Stacey Stites. Investigators say they found his DNA on the body. ...
23, Mar 2015 - Bastrop UT Students Send Valentine's Day Notes To Governor To Save Man's Life
Among the romantic gestures this Valentine's Day are handwritten notes that come from the heart. And cards from University of Texas students are headed straight for the Texas Governor's Mansion to save a man from execution. In 1998 a Bastrop County jury convicted Rodney Reed of murdering 19-year-old Stacey Stites. ...
21, Mar 2015 - 2 men charged with stealing gravel in Bastrop County
The sheriff's office said deputies arrested the men a few hours after a passerby called and said multiple people were loading materials along the side of the road into a dump truck on Texas 21 West in Dale.
10, Mar 2015 - Livingston Appeals Court Stays Rodney Reeds Execution
Feb. 23 UPDATE: Rodney Reed's execution date was stayed Monday afternoon by the Texas Criminal Court of Appeals, according to Reed's attorney. Reed's execution was set for March 5 for the murder and rape of Stacy Stites in Bastrop County. ...
10, Mar 2015 - Governor Abbott weighs in on Rodney Reed stay of execution
Texas' top criminal appeals court put a hold on the execution of death row inmate Rodney Reed Monday. He was found guilty of killing 19-year-old Stacey Stites nearly 20 years ago in Bastrop County. The appeals court is reviewing claims that jurors at Reed's trial heard incorrect evidence.
02, Mar 2015 - Rodney Reed From Death Row: "I'm Not Giving Up"
About four hours east of Bastrop, in the small town of Livingston, is a maximum security prison better known as death row. For the past 17 years, it's been Rodney Reed's home. He spends about 22 hours each day in a cell, clinging to hope and maintaining his innocence. ...