Shaun David Lucas is a white man who works as a police officer in Wolfe City, Texas, United States. Here are 10 more things about him:
- From 2007 to 2016, he lived in Rockwall, Texas.
- Aside from Rockwall, he also lived in various areas of Texas including Hunt County, Forney, Corpus Christi and Lone Oak.
- In January 2016, he was charged with speeding above 85 mph in a 65 mph zone in Rockwall. He paid a $227 fine.
- In February 2016, he was cited in Rockwall for violating a driver’s license restriction. He paid a $177 fine.
- In July 2017, he was cited in Rockwall for speeding. He paid a $227 fine.
- In 2018, he moved to Greenville, Hunt County. In June 2018, he was stopped in Hunt County and was cited for using glass coating material, a window reducing matter on windows. He paid a fine.
- As a Wolfe City Police Department officer, he responded to a disturbance call for a possible fight in progress at the 100 block of Santa Fe Street in Wolfe City at approximately 8:24 p.m. on October 3, 2020. He attempted to detain an African-American man named Jonathan Price, who was reportedly involved in the disturbance. He deployed his Taser and discharged his service weapon, which hit Price, who was unarmed. The latter was taken to Hunt Regional Medical Hospital in Greenville where he died.
- He was 22 years old when the Texas Rangers charged him with murder based on a warrant issued by 196th District Court Judge Andrew Bench.
- On October 4, 2020, the Texas Rangers placed him on administrative leave pending an investigation.
- In the evening of October 5, 2020, he was booked into the Hunt County Detention Center in Greenville. Within hours of his arrest, he was released on $1 million bond. He faces 5 to 99 years in prison if convicted.
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