Grand Jury indicts Lynda Lacefield Cayard on 1st degree murder

January 2013
Ellis County Press;1/31/2013, Vol. 21 Issue 43, p1
The article reports on the indiction of 56-year-old Lynda Lacefield Cayard by the grand jury of Ellis County, Texas for the alleged first-degree felony murder charge for the death of her husband Michael Cayard on October 26, 2012.


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