Governor puts money behind slaying investigation
Ennis Daily News photo by Phil Banker / Gov. Rick Perry spoke to members of the media Thursday in Kaufman before attending the memorial ceremony for Mike and Cynthia McLelland. The Kaufman County District Attorney and his wife were slain in their home March 30.
Phil Banker, [email protected]
KAUFMAN — Gov. Rick Perry said his office was giving an additional $100,000 to the Kaufman County Crimestoppers in an effort to find more information on the killing of Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife.
Perry spoke at a news conference Thursday at the Kaufman County Courthouse shortly before appearing at a memorial service for Mike and Cynthia McLelland, who were killed in their home on the evening of March 30.
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