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Topic - Stanley Jones
Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott says a man wanted in a shooting death last month has been arrested in Virginia.
Richland County sheriff's deputies are looking for a man suspected of several crimes, including a fatal home invasion.
He calls it innovative. Others call it a big risk. In any case, the stem cell procedure that Texas Gov. Rick Perry had last month was an unusual experiment to fix a common malady: a bad back.
Texans should be able to get care in their home state, he said.
Jones told the Texas Tribune that he went to Japan for a stem cell treatment that helped his arthritis and that he had never before tried the procedure he used on Perry.