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04.16.07

Area Mayor is Now a Registered Sex Offender

We first heard of this incident when a concerned Skellytown mother called our station this morning. We immediately began making calls to find out exactly what happened. Here's what we have discovered about the Mayor of Skellytown.

According to 84th judicial District Attorney Clay Ballman, Warren Mills also known as "Red" Mills pleaded guilty to indecency with a child a week ago. The incident occurred more than a decade ago in Fritch.

But it wasn't until February 2006 when three women came forward to report the alleged sexual assault because of rumors a young teenage girl was moving in with Mills.

According to the police report, Mills, 57 at the time of the incident, sexually assaulted a 16 year old and a 7 year old. Several months after reporting the assault, the case was presented to a grand jury, and just a week ago, Mills received five years of probation.

He is now a registered sex offender. We wanted to know how this would affect his position as mayor, but he refused to comment and so did the city.

 

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