Woman has accused him of arson murder
Waco – Delvin “Dee” Maddison is back in jail for the charge of engaging in organized criminal activity after a bail bond surety went off his bond.
Mr. Maddison is the subject of intense accusations by a former lover named Carrie D. Woodlock who has alleged he set a blaze that claimed the lives of Ashley Dawn Rogers and two of her children in Feburary of last year at a trailer park on N. 19th St. in Bosqueville.
He has repeatedly denied her allegations, at one point blurting out to officers seconded to the U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Warrants Task Force that he did not set the blaze. He made similar protests in this Youtube video:
In the video, he accuses an individual named Myron Schanck of the deed, calling him by his street name, "Shogun."
Said Officer Steve Anderson of the Waco Police Department, "I think this was a surety off bond. It wasn't anything new." He was one of the officers who apprehended him in August, along with retired Texas Ranger Matt Cawthon, who now serves as Chief Deputy of the McLennan County Sheriff's Office. He was seconded to the fugitive warrants operation as an employee of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division at the time of Mr. Maddison's August arrest.
According to the indictment, Mr. Maddison and others borrowed or somehow got control of a man's vehicle, then refused to return it.
Ms. Woodlock alleged in an exclusive interview with The Legendary that he spent the night before the day of the fire, which occurred at 6:30 p.m., with her at an apartment she shared with a man who worked nights as a security guard.
She said Mr. Maddison dealt drugs someone “fronted” him during the night, then spent the day buying her presents. He left in the afternoon, then returned with another man she cannot name who, she said, needed to wash his hands.
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