70-year-old found in car ruled a homicide

By: KXII Staff Email
By: KXII Staff Email

COOKE COUNTY, Tex. -- There are new developments in the investigation of the death of a Gainesville man over the weekend.

Cooke County officials have ruled Charlie Skinner's death a homicide and are now looking for suspects in the case.

The 70-year-old Gainesville man was found dead in his car early Saturday morning on County Road 133 just north of the city (story below).

Officials say the case is still under investigation and are not releasing anymore information at this time.

If you have any information in the case you are asked to contact the Cooke County Sheriff's Office.


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  • by someone that cares Location: gainsville on Jul 2, 2007 at 01:01 PM
    you know the people that did this was not crazy altough know they relize what they did and how it was a thing they can not change, they knew what they was doing, they seen an old man and thought this will be easey, but good ol charlie you had to take his life, that was wrong, they should be cut off from human contact for the rest of there life. never to touch there son or any one else in there family. lock them in a hole and still you will not bring back CHARLIE!!!!!
  • by Anonymous Location: Gainesville, Texas on Jun 15, 2007 at 10:54 AM
    I have personally known Ginger Cravens for years and was acquainted with Wendell Cravens. Ginger is a mentally challenged woman who I believe was completely manipulated by the creep that she was married to. She had an extremely volatile and abusive marriage with her first husband who beat her regularly and she was so mentally abused that she didn't know that there were any options but to stay and put up with him. She finally did leave him but got involved with Wendell who is in my opinion, a worthless individual. Knowing her mentally capabilities, it didn't take him long to drag her down to his level, getting her hooked on drugs and alcohol, and brainwashing her to do anything that he asked, whether good or bad. I hope that justice will be served for his remaining life, but in the end---I think that he will truly get what he deserves!
  • by brian Location: sherman on Jun 14, 2007 at 02:01 PM
    i hope they catch the ones who done this and justice is server for the family of charlie skinner
  • by WHY??? Location: GRAYSON COUNTY on Jun 13, 2007 at 09:03 AM
    OKAY--either I am completely insane or law enforcement in this area are blind. I think they're blind. How many elderly people does this total in the past 12 months either being murdered or disappeared?? LOOK INTO THIS STUFF FOLKS- that's what our tax dollars pay for, so ENFORCE SOME LAWS. Investigate. LET THE PUBLIC KNOW WHATS GOING ON. I have a Grandmother, as well as thousands of other people around here and it would be NICE for someone to share some details of the investigations...wait...you ARE investigating thse mysteries right?? Oh God help us all.
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