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    AR - Terry Hayes for holding gun to son's head, Fayetteville, 2009

    "FAYETTEVILLE — Terry Hayes went outside the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday evening then slipped away in the din of Bikes, Blues & BBQ before he could be sentenced for assaulting his son.

    Hayes had just been convicted of holding a gun to his son's head and threatening to kill him while the boy's stepmother listened on the telephone.

    When the jury returned with a sentence, Hayes was nowhere to be found . . .

    . . . Hayes has an extensive, and violent, criminal past, dating to 1992. He has prior convictions for sexual abuse, failing to register as a sex offender, theft and multiple assault and battery convictions."
    http://www.nwaonline.net/articles/20...509fzhayes.txt

    He was not in custody, even though he'd been convicted! They just let him walk away, and nobody noticed until the jury came back.
    Last edited by STEADFAST; 09-25-2009 at 06:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STEADFAST View Post
    "FAYETTEVILLE — Terry Hayes went outside the Washington County Courthouse on Thursday evening then slipped away in the din of Bikes, Blues & BBQ before he could be sentenced for assaulting his son.

    Hayes had just been convicted of holding a gun to his son's head and threatening to kill him while the boy's stepmother listened on the telephone.

    When the jury returned with a sentence, Hayes was nowhere to be found . . .

    . . . Hayes has an extensive, and violent, criminal past, dating to 1992. He has prior convictions for sexual abuse, failing to register as a sex offender, theft and multiple assault and battery convictions."
    http://www.nwaonline.net/articles/20...509fzhayes.txt

    He was not in custody, even though he'd been convicted! They just let him walk away, and nobody noticed until the jury came back.
    You have GOT to be kidding me!

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    "Terry Hayes formally fired his attorney in court today.

    On September 24th, Hayes was convicted of threatening his teenage son with a gun.

    During a recess, Hayes, who was free on bond and had not been remanded into police custody, disappeared into Bikes, Blues, and Barbecue traffic.

    Hayes was then caught about a week later in the Gravette area.

    Hayes' sentencing was rescheduled for October 13th."

    http://www.kfsm.com/news/kfsm-nwa-ne...,6868771.story

    “He resisted arrest by throwing a couple objects, one being his boot at officers,” he said. “The arresting officers essentially wrestled with him, handcuffed him and subdued him. In the process, he suffered a couple minor cuts and scrapes.”
    Allen said Hayes was arrested on public property, though authorities are investigating whether he was assisted by anyone else. With the magnitude of the case and the resources expended to track Hayes, he said, more arrests may come from the investigation"
    http://www.nwanews.com/news/2009/oct...imes-20091003/

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    Unbelievable

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    Quote Originally Posted by badhorsie View Post
    Unbelievable
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    ~Emma Leigh Barker~
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    Justice For Emma
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    25 to LiFE - Sentenced 6/17/11


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    jmho as always

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    From October 2009:

    http://www.nwaonline.com/news/2009/o...pris-20091014/

    Washington County Circuit Judge William Storey sentenced Terry Hayes on Tuesday to 40 years in prison and fined him $45,000 for threatening to kill his son and for other crimes.

    A jury found Hayes guilty Sept. 24 on charges of aggravated assaulton a family member, terroristic threatening, intimidating a witness and felon in possession of a firearm.



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