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Cynthia Wingate and Carmen Moreno Charged with Capital Murder in 2019 TX Slaying of Theresa Coomes and Jimmy Farris
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    Cynthia Wingate and Carmen Moreno Charged with Capital Murder in 2019 TX Slaying of Theresa Coomes and Jimmy Farris


    Jimmy Michael Farris


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    Mugshots of Cynthia Alixandra Wingate (left) and Carmen Abigail Moreno (right)



    2 Women Arrested Near Waco Now Charged With Capital Murder Of Man, Woman At Plano Home

    By CBS News

    PLANO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Two women who were arrested near Waco and believed to be connected to the deaths of a two people at a home in Plano have now been charged with capital murder.

    Plano police charged Cynthia Wingate, 29, and Carmen Moreno, 23, with capital murder as the two remain in the McLennan County Jail.

    Police believe the two suspects are connected to the deaths of 71-year-old Theresa Coomes and 72-year-old Jimmy Farris in Plano. The two victims were found dead at a home in the 2300 block of Pebble Vale Drive late Sunday evening after the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office asked police to do a welfare check.

    The cause of death for the two victims has not yet been released.

    According to officials, a car driven by Wingate was pulled over on Interstate-35, about 20 miles southwest of Waco. Authorities said deputies found two knives — one covered in blood — debit cards, methamphetamine drugs and medical documents linked to the two victims.

    As deputies were searching the car, a second car being driven by Moreno pulled up to the scene. Authorities said Moreno was covered in blood when she approached deputies, saying she needed to get something from Wingate.

    They were both arrested and still remain in the McLennan County Jail as police continue to investigate the deaths of the two Plano residents. The capital murder charges carried a bond of $750,000 each.

    https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2019/11/21/...an-plano-home/
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    Upper Valley Women Formally Charged In Suburban Dallas Double Murder

    By Tim Sullivan
    KURV News

    Two Rio Grande Valley women charged with capital murder have now been transferred to the jail in Collin County, where theyre accused of stabbing to death an elderly Plano couple.

    29-year-old Cynthia Wingate and 23-year-old Carmen Moreno had been arrested in McLennan County following a traffic stop near Waco November 17th the day after the victims were found dead in their apartment.

    Investigators now believe the elderly couple were killed during a robbery, and that both suspects knew their victims.

    Wingate and Moreno were arrested as they drove south on I-35. Each was driving a car registered to the male victim, and were found in possession of the victims social security, debit, and credit cards. Police say Wingate was also carrying an undisclosed amount of methamphetamine.

    http://www.kurv.com/upper-valley-wom...double-murder/
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    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    Woman charged with killing 2 Plano residents admitted she stabbed them, fled grisly scene, affidavit says

    Carmen Moreno, 23, confessed to the slayings. The other woman charged, Cynthia Wingate, declined to be interviewed by police

    By Dana Barnham
    Dallas Morning News

    One of the two women charged in the slayings of two Plano residents in their 70s confessed to police that she stabbed both of them, leaving a grisly scene for Plano police to discover after a traffic stop outside Waco led to her arrest, according to an arrest-warrant affidavit.

    Carmen Moreno, 23, faces capital murder charges in connection with the November stabbing deaths of 72-year-old Jimmy Michael Farris and 71-year-old Theresa Ann Coomes, who were found Nov. 17 in Farris apartment in the 2300 block of Pebble Vale Drive.

    Facing the same charges in the slayings is Cynthia Wingate, 29, who in jail records lists Moreno as her wife.

    A McLennan County sheriffs deputy pulled Wingate over that night in Bruceville-Eddy, about 20 miles south of Waco. Moreno, covered in blood, pulled up to the stop and asked if she could get Wingates wallet, according to the affidavit, which was released Monday.

    Police detained Moreno to investigate why she had blood on her jacket, right leg and feet, the affidavit states.

    During the traffic stop, Wingate first told authorities the car she was driving belonged to her grandparents. Later, she said it belonged to a friend, police wrote in the affidavit. Wingate was driving Farris car, and Moreno was driving Coomes car, police said.

    Inside the car, deputies found meth in Wingates purse and two bloody knives wrapped in a grocery bag, according to the affidavit.

    The sheriffs office called Plano police, who performed a welfare check at Farris apartment.

    When officers arrived, lights were on in Farris apartment and dogs were barking inside, police said in the affidavit.

    No one answered the door, but officers were able to get in through an unlocked sliding back door.

    On the kitchen floor, authorities found a body covered in blood, and they could not immediately determine whether the victim was a man or woman.

    Bloody footprints led into different rooms in the apartment, police wrote.

    In the bathroom, police found another body bent over the side of a bathtub with the faucet still running, according to the affidavit.

    During a police interview later at the McLennan County Jail, Moreno told investigators that she had known Farris for about a year and that Wingate had introduced them.

    Moreno told police that she and Wingate had spent most of the day leading up to the stabbings at the apartment with Farris and Coomes, according to the affidavit. Moreno and Farris began to argue after he asked her to shower with him, she said.

    She said he had rubbed her back earlier while on the bed and she felt weird about it, according to the affidavit. She told police he had not sexually assaulted her.

    During the argument with Farris, Moreno pepper-sprayed him in the face and shut the bathroom door, leaving him inside. He fell and hurt himself, according to the affidavit, so Moreno opened the door and continued arguing with him as he stood up.

    Then, she grabbed a hunting knife from her bag and stabbed him twice in the chest, she said, according to the affidavit.

    Moreno told police that she and Wingate, who saw Farris fall to the ground, didnt know what to do.

    Coomes was in the kitchen and had seen Moreno with the knife, she told police.

    Moreno and Wingate talked about tying Coomes up to a chair and leaving, but they were unsure on how to get that done, police wrote in the warrant.

    Coomes threatened to call the police, and Moreno stabbed her in the throat, according to the affidavit.

    I did not want to hurt her, Moreno said, according to the affidavit.

    Moreno and Wingate took laptops, cellphones, a wallet and keys belonging to Farris and Coomes before they fled the scene, according to the affidavit. Police said previously that the suspects were found with debit and credit cards as well as medical and identification documents belonging to the victims, too.

    Wingate declined to be interviewed by police, instead asking to speak with an attorney, according to the affidavit.

    Police wrote in the warrant that its unclear what extent of a friendship or relationship Wingate had with Farris, noting that Farris had reported credit card abuse and car theft to Plano police in reports dating back to 2012 in which Wingate is listed as a suspect.

    Moreno and Wingate were transferred from McLennan County to the Collin County jail last week. They remained in custody Monday with bail set at $750,000 each on the murder charges.

    https://www.dallasnews.com/news/crim...ffidavit-says/
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
    - Edgar Allan Poe

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