Do The Texas Rangers want to be Good Guys again? Don’t hold your breath

Wolfe City Texas

The town that has lots of obsolete military hardware for the very tiny and small police department

by Crash                   (read the previous article about Wolfe City PD by crash at the bottom of the page)

Over the last 10 years there have been numerous blatant crimes from MURDER to FORGERY to OFFICIAL OPPRESSION to PUBLIC CORRUPTION on and on and over and over.  In just about any of these cases the Texas Rangers get involved in they appear to help not only cover it up but sweep it under the rug.  Nice

Now suddenly a policeman in a rural North East Texas town is charged with murder!!! Holy Smoly Batman.  Did the Rangers do a 180?  Watch your 6 crooked small town cops.  The party may be over. 

Wolfe City has a population of about 1,400 and is roughly 70 miles northeast of Dallas.

On its website, the Wolfe City Police Department lists Lucas as one of three officers.

The Texas Ranger investigating the case of Jonathan Price said he was not threatening the officer and was walking away when he was shot.


Lt. Lonny Haschel with the Texas Department of Public Safety released the following statement tonight regarding the arrest:

“At approximately 8:24 p.m. on Oct. 3, 2020, Wolfe City Police Officer Shaun Lucas responded to a disturbance call at the 100 block of Santa Fe Street for a possible fight in progress. Officer Lucas made contact with a man, later identified as 31-year-old Jonathan Price, who was reportedly involved in the disturbance. Officer Lucas attempted to detain Price, who resisted in a non-threatening posture and began walking away. Officer Lucas deployed his TASER, followed by discharging his service weapon striking Price. EMS was notified and Price was transported to Hunt Regional Hospital, where he later died. The preliminary investigation indicates that the actions of Officer Lucas were not objectionably reasonable.  The Texas Rangers have charged Officer Lucas with the offense of Murder and booked him into the Hunt County Jail. This investigation is being conducted by the Texas Rangers, with the cooperation of the Wolfe City Police Department and the Hunt County District Attorney’s Office. No additional information is being released at this time.”

ORIGINAL POST: The Wolfe City Police Department officer who was alleged to have shot and killed Jonathan Price Saturday night has been arrested and charged with murder in connection with the offense.

Records with the Hunt County Detention Center indicate that Shaun Lucas of Greenville was taken into custody by the Texas Rangers this evening and was booked into the jail, where he has a bond set of $1 million on the murder charge, based on a warrant issued by 196th District Court Judge Andrew Bench. But the report also indicated Lucas was then released another agency.

As of 10:35 p.m. Monday, it was unclear to which agency Lucas was released, or whether he may have been transferred to a jail in another jurisdiction where he remained in custody.

Lucas’ attorney, Robert L. Rogers, said in a statement Tuesday that Price did not inform Lucas that he was not involved in the dispute when the officer said he was detaining Price.

“After Mr. Price refused repeated instructions and physically resisted, Officer Lucas deployed his taser and continued to give Mr. Price instructions,” Rogers said. “Mr. Price resisted the effects of the taser and attempted to take it away from Officer Lucas. Officer Lucas only discharged his weapon in accordance with Texas law when he was confronted with an aggressive assailant who was attempting to take his taser.”

Rogers also represented former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger, who was convicted of murder last year. Guyger was sentenced to 10 years in prison for fatally shooting her unarmed neighbor, Botham Jean, in his apartment.

Murder is a first degree felony, punishable upon conviction by a maximum sentence of from five to 99 years to life in prison.

What have the Rangers helped cover up?  Stay tuned and read about some coming very very soon

Hundreds of people on Sunday night gathered in Wolfe City, a city of about 1,400 roughly 70 miles northeast of Dallas, for a candlelit vigil in memory of Price.

But as the evening wore on, armed white men one with an AR-15 type assault rifle arrived on the scene.

Mourners angrily confronted the gunman, yelling at him to leave.





here is a couple of other MURDERS from the past that Police covered up if not outright committed 


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Crash prior article on all the obsolete military equipment acquired by Wolfe City PD

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