Harbor shooter Lewis was former Hunt Co. constable, police officer in several cities
ROCKWALL – The former Hunt County Constable who allegedly killed his ex-girlfriend, Jessica Aguilar, 33, and shot her male companion, Francisco Delacruz, 40, multiple times in a parking lot at The Harbor last night has a lengthy law enforcement background, according to the information he provided to the Hunt Co. Voter Guide last year.
Anthony Dewayne Lewis stated that he was a police officer in University Park, and Coppell before he was elected in 1996 as the Hunt Co. Pct. 2 Constable for two consecutive terms.
Afterward he wrote that he worked as a Police Sergeant for the City of Argyle until he was hired to be Dallas County’s Tactical Swat Paramedic for their High Warrant Apprehension and Special Response Team.
He said he retired in August, 2011, “with the sole intent to regain the position of Constable Pct. 2 , and to restore the professional service, dedication and appearance to that Office.”
Lewis added that he has spent his time as an active Masonic Mason and York Rite Knights Templar since 1997, and continues “to donate and do charitable work for the Shriners Hospital for Children in Dallas.”
He said he enjoys watching his granddaughter play soccer for the YMCA.
In the Voter Guide, he claimed his family came to Commerce in covered wagons in 1881 and settled in the Cow Hill and Fairlie areas. He named several family members who live in those communities.
By J.J. Smith, Publisher