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Old 07-02-2010, 04:47 PM
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Default Execution set for North Texas spic who killed elderly white woman

Police have released the names of the two men accused in a violent crime spree that included the shooting death of a woman in Godley and the wounding of a delivery truck driver in Fort Worth.

Mark Anthony Soliz, 28, and Jose Clemente Ramos, 26, were arrested Tuesday evening in Fort Worth. Police said they did not immediately identify them because they needed time to sort out the cases.

Both Soliz and Ramos were in the Mansfield Jail on Friday, facing multiple charges that included one count of capital murder for each man, with bail set at $2 million each on that charge.

Ramos also faces an aggravated robbery charge out of Fort Worth and a parole violation out of Austin. Soliz faces robbery, theft, drug, unlawful possession of a firearm and evading arrest charges in addition to the capital murder charge. Total bail for Ramos was set at $2.2 million, and for Soliz, more than $2.24 million.

Nancy Weatherly, 61, was found dead early Wednesday in her home in the 14000 block of Farm Road 2331 North in Godley.[willing to bet that this was a White victim]

Johnson County sheriff's deputies went to the home after being alerted by Fort Worth police, who had been questioning suspects in Fort Worth shootings.

Detectives said they believe that Weatherly was killed Tuesday afternoon and that robbery was the motive. Her jewelry was found that day in the possession of the two suspects, police said.

Police said they believe that Soliz and Ramos shot Ben E. Keith driver Ruben Martinez in the neck early Tuesday as he delivered beer to a convenience store at 2700 Azle Ave. in north Fort Worth.

Martinez was listed in critical condition Friday at John Peter Smith Hospital. The robbers took his wallet, police said.

Police also believe that the pair tried to rob a Lowe's employee about 30 minutes later along Texas 199. Shots were fired but the man was not hit.

Ramos has an extensive criminal history in Tarrant County that dates to 1999, including theft, assault, burglary, drug and evading-arrest charges, according to records from the Tarrant County district clerk's office.

Soliz also has a criminal history in Tarrant County that includes convictions for auto theft, burglary, evading arrest, unlawful restraint and possession of a prohibited weapon.
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Old 03-11-2012, 02:18 PM
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March 06, 2012
Godley woman begged for her life before being shot, former girlfriend of accused killer testifies

UPDATE: 4 p.m.

Accused killer Mark Anthony Soliz said a Godley woman begged and pleaded for her life - and the life of her horses - before Soliz shot her in the head, Soliz's former girlfriend told jurors in his capital murder trial.

"She was crying, begging for her life, praying for him not to kill her," the girlfriend, 23, told jurors. "He was laughing about it. He was laughing about her begging for her life." Weatherly

She said Soliz also told her about shooting the beer deliveryman, whom he called the "Budweiser man," during a robbery.

"He said he shot him because he only got $10
," she said.

The ex-girlfriend said she and Soliz spent much of the prior week doing methamphetamine. She said Soliz told her he was "hitting licks" that week - committing crimes. She agreed to testify and received deferred adjudication, but later violated her probation and is back in jail.

She testified in handcuffs, wearing an orange jail jumpsuit.

Soliz is standing trial on capital murder in the 2010 death of Nancy Weatherly, 61, in Johnson County, and could face the death penalty if convicted. He is awaiting trial in Tarrant County on a capital murder charge in the fatal shooting of the beer deliveryman, Ruben Martinez.

Co-defendant Jose "Joe" Ramos is also awaiting trial on capital murder charges in both cases.

-Dianna Hunt

UPDATE: 2 p.m.

CLEBURNE - The fingerprint of accused killer Mark Anthony Soliz was found on a cassette case left behind in the ransacked home of a slain Godley woman, a fingerprint expert testified Tuesday in Soliz's capital murder trial.

Bill Walker, who works in the Tarrant County medical examiner's fingerprint division, told jurors that the latent print lifted from the case matched a known fingerprint of Soliz.

The case was left behind in the rural Johnson County home where Nancy Weatherly, 61, who worked at Lockheed Martin, was found shot to death on June 30, 2010. Investigators say the woman's death was part of an eight-day crime spree that included 13 separate crimes and stretched across two counties.

Soliz is standing trial for capital murder and could face the death penalty in Weatherly's slaying. He is also awaiting trial on capital murder in the death of beer deliveryman Ruben Martinez, who was fatally shot on June 30, 2010.

A co-defendant, Jose Ramos, is also facing capital murder charges in the two deaths. Walker testified that his print was found on Weatherly's stolen Toyota pickup truck.

Testimony is continuing Tuesday in state District Judge William Bosworth's court.

-Dianna Hunt

TUESDAY, 9:30 a.m.

CLEBURNE - Extensive DNA testing of items seized during the investigation of a Godley woman's shooting death failed to link accused killer Mark Anthony Soliz to the crime, a DNA expert testified Tuesday.

Carolyn Van Winkle, who works in the Tarrant County medical examiner's DNA lab, detailed the testing of shirts, stains, the murder weapon and other items during the investigation into the death of Nancy Weatherly, 61.

The testing did not find any evidence of Weatherly's blood on clothing belonging to Soliz or co-defendant Jose "Joe" Ramos, both of Fort Worth. But the defendants' DNA was found on items in Weatherly's stolen truck.

Soliz is standing trial on capital murder - and could face the death penalty, if convicted - in Johnson County in Weatherly's death during a robbery on June 30, 2010. He is also awaiting trial on a capital murder charge in Tarrant County in the death of beer deliveryman Ruben Martinez, who was shot during a Fort Worth robbery earlier on the same day Weatherly was killed.

Ramos is awaiting trial on capital murder charges in both cases.

Testimony is continuing before state District Judge William Bosworth.
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Wow! And all the lefty libs say that immigration is good for the States !

I guess the South will if this keeps up!
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Execution set for North Texas man who killed elderly woman
Sep 7, 2019

The state of Texas is scheduled to execute its second death row inmate in a week.

Mark Anthony Soliz, who was sentenced to death for killing a 61-year-old Johnson County woman during a 2010 crime spree, is set to die by lethal injection Tuesday evening at the Huntsville “Walls” Unit.”

Soliz, 37, was sentenced to death by the 413th District Court for the June 29, 2010 shooting death of Nancy Hatch Weatherly in her home near Godley.

Soliz and his friend Jose Clemente Ramos, sotle long guns and a 9-millimeter semiautomatic during a burglary, according to court records. For the next week, they robbed strangers at gunpoint, shot a man in the ear, killed the driver of a beer delivery truck, pulled off a carjacking, burglarized homes, and shot a man repeatedly in a drive-by.

Most of the crimes were in Fort Worth, but on June 29, Ramos and Soliz drove to Weatherly’s home in Johnson County. When the victim answered the door, the duo pulled out a gun and pushed her inside to rob her.

Soliz, at the conclusion of his jury trial, displayed no emotion as Judge Bill Bosworth read the jury’s verdict. Soliz’ accomplice, Jose Clemente Ramos, pled guilty to capital murder on Aug. 10, 2012, and received life in prison without parole.


In Memory of
Nancy Ann Hatch
1949 - 2010

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