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Jury Finds Man Guilty of Murdering Texas Officer

November 15, 2007  | 

A jury has found a man guilty of capital murder for fatally shooting Fort Worth Officer Henry "Hank" Nava in the head in 2005.

Nava was 39 and a six-year veteran of Fort Worth PD when Stephen Lance Heard, 41, shot and killed him during a standoff in a mobile home park. Nava died two days later, leaving behind a wife and two children.

On Nov. 29, 2005, in addition to shooting Officer Nava, Heard held a woman hostage for three hours. He could receive the death penalty.

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tejastrex @ 11/16/2007 12:04 AM

RIP Hank! You won't be forgotten! God bless your family and partners during this time. I hope he gets the death penalty...

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