Two Hempstead Men Indicted for Navasota Liquor Store Murder

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

Two men accused of murdering a Navasota liquor store owner in a robbery three years ago were indicted this week.

26-year-old Christopher Boulds and 20-year-old Joshua Dewayne Ragston were indicted by a Grimes County Grand Jury. Both were arrested in June after eluding police for nearly three years.

Navasota Police found 57-years-old Don Stolz, owner of Stolz Package House #2, dead inside the store on July 17, 2009 after responding to the robbery call.

Boulds could face the death penalty if convicted. Ragston could face life in prison.


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