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Berniest Wren was fishing last Friday when police called him to say his wife of 17 years was arrested on a murder warrant.
The family of Patricia Jones, 56,
told him she was arrested in the case in 1986, but charges were later dropped.
But the case was reopened recently by "cold case" detectives at the Fort Worth Police Department.
Now the woman is back in jail, again facing charges in the 1986 death of her 19-month-old nephew, John P. Jones.
Deanna Boyd has this report.
-- Bill Miller
Posted at 07:18 PM in Cold cases, Murder of a child | Permalink
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