April 9, 2021

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Texas mother accused of killing her 6-year-old son for insurance money

A Houston woman took out two life insurance policies on her 6-year-old son before giving him lethal doses of medications and over the counter drugs that caused him frightening hallucinations before he died, prosecutors said Thursday. 

Prosecutors with the Harris County District Attorney’s Office allege that Ashley Marks repeatedly drugged her son in June. 

Marks, 25, has been charged with capital murder and was being held without bond. Court records did not list an attorney for her. 

Ashley Marks had taken out two life insurance policies, each worth $50,000, for her son and she was the sole beneficiary, investigators said

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Texas mom accused of killing 6-year-old son to collect insurance money | FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV

HOUSTON (NEXSTAR) — Prosecutors say a Houston woman has been accused of giving her 6-year-old son lethal doses of medications and over the counter drugs after taking out two life insurance policies on the boy.

Prosecutors allege Ashley Marks repeatedly drugged her son in June.

Marks has been charged with capital murder and was being held without bond. Court records did not list an attorney for her.  

A Child Protective Services report obtained by KPRC states that while her son and his younger sister were staying with their grandfather for two months they both contracted tuberculosis. Marks allegedly showed up

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Mom accused of killing 6-year-old son to collect insurance money

HOUSTON (NEXSTAR) — Prosecutors say a Houston woman has been accused of giving her 6-year-old son lethal doses of medications and over the counter drugs after taking out two life insurance policies on the boy.

Prosecutors allege Ashley Marks repeatedly drugged her son in June.

Marks has been charged with capital murder and was being held without bond. Court records did not list an attorney for her.  

A Child Protective Services report obtained by KPRC states that while her son and his younger sister were staying with their grandfather

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Texas mom accused of killing son to collect insurance money

A Houston mother is accused of killing her 6-year-old son with a lethal mix of drugs in order to collect his life insurance money, a report said.

Ashley Marks, 25, was busted Wednesday for the June 2020 overdose death of her son, Jason Sanchez- Marks, and charged with capital murder, KHOU 11 reported.

“I believe she poisoned her child to cash in on two life insurance policies she took out on her son a month prior to his death,” Gilbert Sawtelle, a prosecutor at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office said, according to the report.

Marks, a licensed insurance

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Like Father, Like Son: Evan Greenberg Seeks Insurance Empire

Another Greenberg wants to turn an insurance-industry giant into a behemoth.

Evan Greenberg has already built Chubb Ltd. into the second-largest U.S.-listed insurer, with a market value almost double that of American International Group Inc. — the industry powerhouse his father, Maurice “Hank” Greenberg, ran for years. Now he’s looking to get even bigger.

Chubb’s proposed $23 billion acquisition of Hartford Financial Services Group Inc., announced Thursday, would expand the company’s reach into the small-business insurance industry and add a fund manager and employee-benefits operation. It comes roughly five years after Chubb combined with Ace Ltd. in what at the

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Ex-Nike VP’s Son Joe Hebert Used Employee Store Discount, Sources Say

Scandal shook Nike last week as Ann Hebert, an employee of 25 years who most recently served as vice president of the brand’s North America business, resigned from her position following a Bloomberg Businessweek story uncovering her son’s sneaker resale operation. The bombshell piece focused on West Coast Streetwear, an Oregon-based business run by Hebert’s 19-year-old son, Joe, who was selling upward of $200,000 a month in sneakers at one point. Sources tell Complex that part of this operation involved buying up discounted Nike product from the brand’s company store (formerly known as the employee store, to which only

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