Official documents regarding the recent indictment of Martha "Bit" Whitaker, former regional director for Child Protective Services in Abilene, have directly linked her arrest to the case of Tiffany Klapheke.
A former regional director for Child Protective Services in Abilene was arrested Saturday, July 26 on a tampering with physical evidence charge in connection to a child death case.
The first bills for the Tiffany Klapheke trial have come in to the county and the cost is already in the thousands.
Tiffany Klapheke has been transferred to the TDCJ Woodman Unit in Gatesville.
Tiffany Klapheke’s defense attorneys, John Young and George Parnham, filed a motion to withdraw Tuesday.
We talked to Victor Sotelo about covering the Tiffany Klapheke trial and what he took away from it.
Victor Sotelo sat down with Tiffany Klapheke after she was found guilty of injury to a child resulting in death.
Tiffany Klapheke has been sentenced to 30 years in prison, with no fine.
KTAB's Ladyrian Cole reports live from outside the Taylor County Courthouse after the jury delivered the sentence for Tiffany Klapheke.
The jury has delivered Tiffany Klapheke’s punishment.
The jury has found Tiffany Klapheke guilty on all charges.
Jury deliberation has begun in the Klapheke trial. Klapheke currently faces two charges.
As closing arguments are schedule for Wednesday morning, KTAB's Victor Sotelo goes over highlights of the Tiffany Klapheke Trial.
Dr. Marc Orner, Maria Ramos, and Sandra Sidel testified in the Klapheke case on Tuesday.
Tiffany Klapheke's ex-husband, CPS worker, and a neuropsychologist testified in her deadly child neglect trial.
On the 11th day of the trial, the jury listened to the 911 call Tiffany Klapheke made after discovering her daughter's body, Tamryn Klapheke.
Thomas Klapheke testified for the defense in the trial of Tiffany Klapheke, and the judge determined that Tiffany Gann, who allegedly had an affair with Thomas, will testify.
KTAB's Victor Sotelo summarizes the days events from inside the courtroom on day 10 of the Tiffany Klapheke Trial.
Therapist Beth Higgins and a former co-worker of Thomas Klapheke, John Navaro, took the stand Thursday.
The prosecution has finished its case and now the defense starts today in the Klapheke trial.
Dr. Mark Wernick stated that he believed Tiffany Klapheke may have R.A.D.
KRBC's Courtney Burris recounts the testimony of the pediatrician of Tiffany Klapheke, and the phone calls Klapheke made to her mother.
On Monday, the prosecution presented evidence seized from the Dyess AFB home of Tiffany Klapheke. The 23-year-old is on trial for allegedly neglecting her three children, one of whom died.
Jury views evidence seized from Dyess AFB home where toddler died
Images of Tamryn Klapheke's body were shown to the jury as the medical examiner took the stand.
KRBC's Courtney Burris describes the police interview held with Tiffany Klapheke on the fourth day of her trial.
Testimony begins for the trial of Tiffany Klapheke, the mother accused of neglecting her three children, one to the point of death.
Testimonies in the trial of Tiffany Klapheke began today. Matt Jones, the first witness, on the scene recounted his exposure to the incident.
One part of the jury selection process involved having prospective jurors fill out a questionnaire based on this specific case. We shared that questionnaire on our website and on Facebook, and since then, we've received a lot of feedback from viewers.
The final 12 jurors have been seated, after two days of meticulous selection.
A jury has been seated for the trial of Tiffany Klapheke who is accused of neglecting her three children, one to the point of death.
Tiffany Klapheke's trial is scheduled to begin Monday, January 27th.
Jury selection began early Friday morning for the Tiffany Klapheke trial.
Friday morning, the judge presiding over the case against Tiffany Klapheke conducted a pre-trial hearing at the Taylor County Courthouse.
A bench warrant has been issued for Christopher Perez to appear in an Abilene courtroom for the trial of Tiffany Klapheke at the end of January.
The judge presiding over the Tiffany Klapheke trial hosted a status conference Tuesday, making sure all parties involved in the trial would be prepared to begin on time.
Former Senior Airman, now listed as Airman Basic, Christopher Perez was transferred from Taylor County Jail Tuesday.
Christopher Perez was lead away in shackles and chains by security forces at Dyess Air Force base today. The squadron he used to belong to before he was charged with, and found guilty of, adultery and three cases of child neglect.
The prosecution has rested in the court marshal of senior airman Christopher Perez. But, not before calling Thomas Klapheke, Tiffany's husband, to the stand to testify.
Pre-trial proceedings ended early today. The judge presiding over the case continues to review a six-hour interrogation video with Tiffany Klapheke conducted by the Abilene Police Department. Court will reconvene tomorrow morning.
After 12 hours of courtroom proceedings, day one of court-martial of Christopher Perez came to an end.
The therapy report reveals that Klapheke was sexually abused since the age of 4.
In a report over 300 pages long, abused and neglect is documented throughout Tiffany Klapheke's life.
A judge has decided to allow a delay in the trial of Tiffany Klapheke, the mother accused of neglecting her three children, resulting in the death of her then 22-month-old.
George Parnham, who served as the defense lawyer in a well-known trial, may be taking over the Tiffany Klapheke case that is set to start at the end of the month, and there is a good chance the trial may be delayed.
A ruling has come in on the Klapheke change of venue hearing.
The date has been set for the court martial of Senior Airman Christopher Perez for his alleged involvement with the Tiffany Klapheke case.
The divorce filed between Tiffany and Thomas Klapheke was finalized Tuesday.
There has been a hearing set for Friday, August 9, to attempt a change of venue for the Tiffany Klapheke trial.
A former Child Protective Services supervisor has been fired. The agency continues to feel the impact from questions surrounding the investigation into the death of 22-month-old Tamryn Klapheke, who died last August from apparent neglect.