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Police find kidnapped man and dead woman at Hillister, Texas home

Christopher Paulette

Christopher Paulette arrested for murder

On Friday, December 21, 2018, the authorities received a tip that a man was being held at a home in Hillister, Texas.

The Tyler County Sheriff’s Office went to the home and found a teen with his hands bound inside the house.

Social media posted, :”He was found unconscious tied to a chair, someone had walked into the house seen him and called 911.”

The police also found Christopher Paulette, 34, inside the home. He was armed with a gun. There are no details how he was disarmed, but Paulette was arrested at the home.

Deputies using a search warrant searched the home and found a deceased female whose body had been hidden in the house. The identity of the female has not been released.

A social media post reads, that Paulette’s girlfriend recently died from am apparent drug overdose.

Another social media post reads, “The texas rangers are digging up the property.”

What is not clear is why the authorities are digging up the property? Are they looking for bodies or guns or something else?

Research shows that Paulette was arrested in 2012 and charged with a second-degree felony of aggravated assault when he used a knife to attack a man. In 2014, a report reads: “Christopher Blake Paulette, 30, Hillister, Agg assault w/deadly weapon-VOP, poss use inhale/ingest volatile chemical.” In 2015, Christopher B. Paulette, 30, of Midland, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. In March 2018, Paulette arrested for criminal mischief and let out on bail, later a warrant was issued. He was arrested in June 2018 for not answering to the original March 2018 arrest.

Christopher Paulette has been charged with Capital Murder and Felon in Possession of a Firearm.

Christopher Kerze missing since 1990

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