Cleared of felony charges
by Tim Delaney
Jun 28, 2013 | 3427 views | 1 1 comments | 70 70 recommendations | email to a friend | print
REFUGIO – After two years since he was indicted on two counts of felony injury to a child, Dondre Christopher Doomes was acquitted on Thursday, June 13 in the courtroom of 135th District Judge Stephen Williams.

Doomes was indicted on two counts of injury to a child in May 2011.

One felony count had been dropped by the state, and the second count concluded in acquittal.

Doomes had been indicted on the injury to a child charges that the prosecution tied to 10-week-old Jordan Doomes’ death, which occurred prior to the charges.

In the re-indicment, Doomes was cleared of the remaining second count of injury to a child.

“We thank God and his precious Son for watching over him for two long years for something he did not do,” said Mable Henderson, speaking for the Henderson and Doomes families.

Doomes spent the last two years in the Refugio County Jail.

“Thanks for all the prayers from family and friends. We love you all,” Henderson said.
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June 29, 2013
Its so sad he had to loose his baby and than have to be put in jail for something he did not do..its a shame!