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How can the Bell County Judicial System get it so wrong?
1996 Doyle was convicted of an armed robbery in New Orleans.
2005 Doyle relocated to Killeen, Texas shortly after hurricane Katrina.
September 30, 2007, Doyle murdered an 18 year old Killeen High School student Tyrone Haskins.
December 2007 Doyle was charged with murder and was arrested.
Original bond was set at $1 million dollars, but was reduced to $5000 and Doyle was released.
January 2010, Doyle was arrested with a handgun in his possession, police searched his home and found another handgun. He was then charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of less than a gram of a controlled substance.
April 2011, Doyle plead guilty to a REDUCED charge of criminally negligent homicide for the murder of Tyrone Haskins, and the firearms and the drug charges.
April 2012, Doyle was released from Bartlett State Jail having served 24 months for all the crimes he committed.
It is not known how many other crimes Doyle committed once he was released from jail.
April 21, 2015, Doyle murdered Kysha D. Edmond-Gray, 42 and De-anna Louise Buster, 38, and wounded 3 others.
April 24, 2015, Doyle was arrested and charged with murder and two counts of Aggravated Assault.
September, 2, 2015, Doyle was indicted on 2 counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, Doyle plead not guilty. Doyle was not indicted for the murders at that time.
Doyle was later indicted on a Capital Murder of Multiple Persons, and plead not guilty.
May 31, 2018, Doyle was convicted of Capital Murder of Multiple persons.
Death or Life without Parole, 8 jurors believed that Doyle was a danger to the public and should be put to death, while 4 opposed to the Death Penalty, Doyle was sentenced to Life without Parole, and currently resides in the Texas Department of Justice Beto Facility.
Keith L. Marinnie, Jr.
This is a name that all residents of Bell County and the surrounding areas should be aware of.
Marinnie will soon be released and back in Bell County.
May 5, 2017, Army veteran Travis J Granger, was shot to death behind a 7-11 store in Killeen.
May 5, 2017, Keith L Marinnie, Jr. was arrested and charged with the murder of Granger.
February 2019, Marinnie plead guilty to the murder and was given a 5 year sentence for the murder of Granger.
November 4, 2019, Marinnie applied for parole, the following are the findings from the parole board.
Last Parole Decision
Denied on 11/08/2019
SERVE ALL- Deny parole and not release the offender until the serve-all date, which is the projected release date or minimum expiration date as determined by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Denial reason(s): 2D
2D NATURE OF OFFENSE - THE RECORD INDICATES THE INSTANT OFFENSE HAS ELEMENTS OF BRUTALITY, VIOLENCE, ASSAULTIVE BEHAVIOR, OR CONSCIOUS SELECTION OF VICTIM'S VULNERABILITY INDICATING A CONSCIOUS DISREGARD FOR THE LIVES, SAFETY, OR PROPERTY OF OTHERS, SUCH THAT THE OFFENDER POSES A CONTINUING THREAT TO PUBLIC SAFETY.
Keith L. Marinnie, Jr. will be released from Joe F Gurney prison on 5/5/2022
What does the parole board see that the District Attorney’s office did not?
Why are these dangerous criminals given ridiculous plea deals?
Who is being protected?
As the crime rate continues to rise in Killeen, felons know where to live.
They know they can get away with murder in Bell County. The DA should not be giving MURDERERS plea deals.
2 years and 5 years for murder? REALLY?
These MURDERERS are a danger to the community, and have zero respect for the law or lives and continuously offend.
If the DA prosecuted Doyle on all the charges and not given him a plea deal in
2011, two women would still be alive today.
Bell County is a FELONS paradise!