Cecil Ray Huddleston
Cecil Ray Huddleston
Cecil Ray Huddleston, 49, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Saturday by Mineral Wells police after an indictment from the Palo Pinto grand jury for delivery of a controlled substance, 1 gram or less, causing serious bodily injury or death. District Attorney Michael Burns said it is a third degree offense punishable by a term of two to 10 years in prison and possible fine of up to $10,000. The indictment is in relation to the death of Shannon Sherri Herrin, 39, of Mineral Wells, whose body was found in a freezer in the 1400 block of Southeast 19th Street last August. "The autopsy showed she died of methamphetamine toxicity," Burns said. The report of a body in the freezer was originally called to 9-1-1. "An officer arrived and learned from the victim's son that he had come home and went to the freezer, in the garage, for something to eat when he made a startling discovery," noted Mineral Wells Police Chief Dean Sullivan in a press release.