Alfred Wright

Shane Hadnot (left) and Alfred Wright

A 28-year-old Jasper man has pleaded guilty to federal drug violations in the Eastern District of Texas, U.S. Attorney John M. Bales has announced.

Shane Dwayne Hadnot pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute cocaine before U.S. Magistrate Judge Keith F. Giblin on Wednesday, Dec. 10.

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A 28-year-old Jasper man has been indicted for federal drug violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales, Aug. 8.

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The family of Alfred Wright (inset) is still seeking answers in his death.

Over two months since his disappearance and more than a month since the discovery of his body, the family of 28-year-old physical therapist Alfred Wright of Jasper is still searching for answers as to what happened to their beloved relative and why.

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Alfred Wright's grieving family

 

Attorneys representing the family of Alfred Wright — an African-American Jasper man who was found dead weeks after he went missing near Hemphill, Texas — say law enforcement in Sabine County have botched the investigation into Wright’s death.

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Alfred Wright: Photo courtesy of Facebook

After a family search party found the body of a missing Jasper man, police say official autopsy results won’t be in for another four to six weeks — results that would clearly determine the man’s cause of death. 

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