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Death Penalty Trial Set for Dameon Mosley in 2017 TX Murder of Billy Dale Stacks
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    Death Penalty Trial Set for Dameon Mosley in 2017 TX Murder of Billy Dale Stacks

    Billy Dale Stacks

    Conoco store robbery suspect arraigned on capital murder charges, trial date set for June 2018

    A suspect in the fatal robbery of a local Conoco gas station in January was arraigned in a Smith County court on Friday.

    Dameon Jamarc Mosley, 25, of Tyler faces capital murder charges in the death of Billy Dale Stacks, 62, of Tyler.

    Mosley's trial date is set for June 4, 2018.

    Billy Dale Stacks, 62, of Tyler, was working at the Conoco gas station at 3319 NNE Loop 323 as a clerk when the store was robbed. Officials said Stacks sustained gunshot wounds to his head and shoulder and later died from his injuries.

    Two other suspects, Lamarcus Hannah, 32, and Kedarias Hayes Oliver, 23, both of Tyler, were arrested in connection to the robbery and are at the Smith County Jail on aggravated robbery charges. All three of the suspects were held on $1 million bonds.

    Hannah and Oliver await arraignment on the charges.


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    Hearings rescheduled for 3 men accused of murdering Tyler gas station clerk

    Hearings for three men accused of murdering a Tyler gas station clerk in 2017 have been rescheduled.

    According to Smith County judicial records, Lamarcus Hannah, 32; Kedarias Oliver, 23; and Dameon Mosley, 25, who all face a capital murder charge in the shooting death of Billy Dale Stacks, 62, have had their hearing dates pushed back.

    The men were initially set for plea hearings on Thursday and pre-trial appearances on Friday, however, those were canceled.

    According to CBS19's newspaper partner the Tyler Morning Telegraph, Smith County District Attorney Jacob Putman says he hearings were rescheduled for July 25 because DNA evidence testing will not be completed until late June.

    On Saturday, January 28, around 3:30 a.m., officials with the Smith County Sheriff's Office and the Tyler Police Department responded to a 911 call in regards to an aggravated robbery at the Conoco gas station, located at 3319 North Northeast Loop 323 in Tyler.

    When law enforcement arrived on scene, they discovered Stacks lying on the floor with gunshot wounds.

    A Smith County deputy who was near gas station when they call came in spotted a vehicle turn onto a street that was a dead-end. When he attempted to pull the vehicle over, a chase began.

    The high-speed pursuit lasted approximately 10 minutes. One of the suspects got out of the vehicle and ran into the woods near Interstate 20 and Highway 155. The driver then escaped.

    A perimeter was established and a Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter was requested to perform an aerial search of the area. Texas Department of Criminal Justice K-9s were brought in to conduct a ground search. The Smith County SWAT team and DPS troopers also assisted.

    The manhunt was called off when a Smith County patrol sergeant was driving around the perimeter and spotted the Avenger that had been involved in the pursuit abandoned and parked next to a church on Farm-to-Market Road 2015.

    According to an arrest warrant affidavit, law enforcement officials were able to track down the owner of the abandoned vehicle involved in the incident, who said they sold it to Mosley. During a search of the vehicle, officials said they found the same type of ammunition that was used to kill Stacks.

    When Mosley was contacted over the phone and confronted with the words, “Smith County has your Dodge Avenger,” according to the affidavit, he responded with, “I loaned my car to a friend of mine named Lamarcus Hannah.”

    When contacted, Hannah agreed to an interview with the Smith County Sheriff’s Office and admitted to driving the vehicle, according to the affidavit. The document further states that Hannah said he was with Mosley and an unknown friend of his during the morning of the robbery.

    Hannah said Mosley and his friend left him at the friend’s house and Mosley’s friend later returned saying they needed to pick up Mosley in the Avenger.

    They drove to an area behind the Conoco and Hannah said Mosley got into the vehicle instructing him to “floor it,” according to the affidavit. Hannah said he didn’t stop when being pursued by law enforcement officials because he was scared, and Mosley had a gun.

    Smith County detectives and members of the Dallas Police Department took Mosley into custody in Dallas on October 29, 2017. Hannah was also arrested on October 29. Oliver was arrested the next day.

    The three remain held in the Smith County jail on bonds of $1 million.

    Mosley, Hannah and Oliver's trials are scheduled to begin this fall.

    Prosecutors initially elected to seek the death penalty for Mosley while Hannah and Oliver face life in prison.

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