Donald Fugitt grew up in the North Texas town of Commerce, where he was known as a quiet, silly kid by friends and family. His mother, Carla Lunceford, remembers him growing up constantly laughing or making someone else laugh. In high school, he’d help his football team reach the state championships two of the four years he attended school.
Before graduating, he’d have his first child with his high school sweetheart, a daughter, Kassidy. After graduating, they’d have two more children, a daughter, Kara, followed by Kash, their youngest and only son. The family did what it could to support the three young children. Efforts included a move to Houston so that Donald could support the family working on the nearby pipelines.
With income unable to support the family, Fugitt turned to the cannabis trade, distributing product for an operation. In 2013, the effort was thwarted by federal authorities, with Donald one
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