Kamali Arraignment

Reza Kamali leaves Gregg County性视界传媒檚 124th District Court on April 24 after his arraignment. (Les Hassell/性视界传媒 File Photo)

Two suspects in the 2016 death of Longview businessman Ron Horaney were indicted at the end of May.

Reza Kamali, 87, of Longview, and Alfredo Lizcano, 38, of Dallas, were each charged with capital murder and murder in Horaney性视界传媒檚 shooting death May 30, 2016.

The indictments were issued by a grand jury in the 188th District Court. Kamali and Lizcano remain in the Gregg County Jail after their arrests in April.

A third suspect, Rene Paul Garcia, Lizcano性视界传媒檚 half-brother, already was in federal prison in Seagoville for drug-related crimes when he was charged with murder in April. He has not yet been indicted in Gregg County.

The grand jury issued a total of 32 indictments, including charging Tykiron Garceil Mumphrey, 20, of Gladewater with murder, manslaughter and aggravated assault.

Longview police arrested Mumphrey on March 22, his birthday, in the shooting death of his brother Tyquan Mumphrey. A report about the incident said the brothers were shooting out of the windows of a moving vehicle when Tyquan Mumphrey was shot in the head. He later died at a hospital. Tykiron Mumphrey remains in the Gregg County Jail.

An indictment formally charges a person with a crime, but that does not mean that person is guilty. The charges still must be considered through the legal process, and each person is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Other indictments issued at the end of May 性视界传媒 with names listed with age, city of residence and date of offense 性视界传媒 are:

Carver James Nason, 18; theft of property worth $2,500-$30,000 and unauthorized use of a vehicle; Dec. 11;

Jaderria Williams, 19, of Shreveport; robbery, Oct. 18;

Cameron Easley, 24, of Longview; injury to an elderly individual, March 7;

Jake Vaughn, 33, of Kilgore; attempted assault on a peace officer, April 9;

X性视界传媒橺ayvier Terry, 19, of Longview; evading arrest/detention with a vehicle, March 23;

John Henry Van Jr., 43; driving while intoxicated third or more, Jan. 7;

Glenn Wayne Cary, 51, of Gladewater; possession of a controlled substance, April 29;

Marc Lee Neatherlin, 56; driving while intoxicated third or more; Feb. 1;

Zachorey Nations, 19; possession of a controlled substance, April 12;

Curtis Clark, 45, of Laneville; driving while intoxicated third or more; May 6;

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Catina Lilly, 51, of Longview; burglary of a habitation, April 21;

Derek Lamar Elam, 49, of Longview; driving while intoxicated with a child passenger, Feb. 2;

Monica Lynn DeMoss, 38, of White Oak; driving while intoxicated with child passenger, Feb. 16;

Jasmine Dodson, 24, of Ore City; possession of a controlled substance; March 7;

Brigette Dossey, 44, of Longview; possession of a controlled substance;

DeCarlos Green, 35, of Longview; impersonating a public servant, Dec. 31;

Wayne Tabor, 44, of Kilgore; evading arrest or detention with a vehicle, March 3;

Keilan Tate, 40, of Longview; evading arrest or detention with a vehicle; April 20;

Juan Carlos Lopez, 28, of Longview; driving while intoxicated third or more, Jan. 20;

Casey Allen Akers, 43; possession of a controlled substance, Nov. 29;

Daniel Edwards Pierce III, 57; unauthorized us of a vehicle, Feb. 16;

John Patrick LaCour Jr., 45, of Gladewater; theft with two or more convictions, April 22;

Donyelle Reel, 48, of Longview possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and possession of a controlled substance, Nov. 5;

Randy Lynn Dorsey, 38, of Longview; possession of a controlled substance; Dec. 1, 2021;

Dustin Wayne Reaves, 35, of Longview; driving while intoxicated with previous conviction for intoxication manslaughter, Dec. 31;

Benjamin Fred Clark, 59, of Mount Pleasant; possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of a controlled substance, July 16; and

Teris Claudette Woods, 63, of Longview; possession of a controlled substance, Jan. 19.

— Jo Lee Ferguson can be reached at jferguson@news-journal.com.

Jo Lee Ferguson wishes she kept her maiden name - Hammer - because it was perfect for a reporter. She’s a local girl who loves writing about her hometown. She and LNJ Managing Editor Randy Ferguson have two children and a crazy husky.