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Murder suspect arrested at H-E-B on Southeast Side

January 17th, 2017 - Comments »

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Police said a murder suspect and two others were arrested early Tuesday at an H-E-B Plus on the Southeast Side.

The arrests were made at about 12:35 a.m. Tuesday at an H-E-B Plus in the 4100 block of South New Braunfels Avenue.

Police reportedly staged outside the grocery store and monitored the three suspects, identified as Arthur Camacho Jr., 37, Raymond Anthony Perez, 40, and Mary Alice Tiggs, 41.

Camacho was reportedly inside the store for a long period of time, prompting police to enter the store. He is wanted on several charges.

Little Elm police officer fatally shot during standoff

January 17th, 2017 - Comments »

LITTLE ELM, Texas – Officials said a 48-year-old police officer in Little Elm, Texas, was shot by a suspect who barricaded inside a house on Tuesday afternoon.

Police Chief Rodney Harrison said in a news conference that Detective Jerry Walker later died at a hospital after being shot by a man with a long gun outside a home in the 1400 block of Turtle Cove Drive.

Fire Chief Brian Roach said the suspect was found dead Tuesday night. Earlier in the evening, officers removed an older woman believed to be related to the suspect out of the home.

Arrests made in killing of North Texas man

January 16th, 2017 - Comments »

LUBBOCK, Texas – Police reportedly arrested four people in connection with a fatal shooting, stabbing and beating of a 32-year-old man whose body was abandoned in a motel parking lot in Lubbock, Texas.

Gabriel Lee Salazar’s body was first discovered around 9:40 a.m. on Jan. 8 in the parking lot of the Carriage House Inn and Suites in the 900 block of East Slaton Road.

He was found with a head injury that exposed his skull.

An arrest warrant states Salazar was killed inside a duplex in the 6500 block of Avenue Q sometime between Jan. 6 and 7.

Cleveland police allegedly attacked, raped girlfriend in Parma

January 16th, 2017 - Comments »

PARMA, Ohio – Police said an off-duty Cleveland police officer was arrested Saturday after being accused of pistol-whipping and sexually assaulting his girlfriend.

Parma police Capt. Kevin Riley said the officer, who has not been named by Parma or Cleveland police, is being held in the Parma City Jail.

The 51-year-old officer is expected to face charges of rape, felonious assault and domestic violence.

According to a Parma police report, the officer allegedly pointed a gun at the 42-year-old woman and pistol-whipped her at a house on State Road.

Austin DJ allegedly stabbed with Katana sword, dagger

January 16th, 2017 - Comments »

AUSTIN, Texas — An Austin DJ was allegedly stabbed Monday by a local bar owner who was armed with a Katana sword and a dagger hours before a show.

Miguel Angel, who goes by the stage name ulovei, said he’s in a “constant state of paranoia” after he was attacked around 9 p.m. Friday at his apartment in the 800 block of East 14th Street.

Angel said he heard a knock on the door and didn’t bother to look through the peephole because he was expecting his friend, Kirkland Audain, at that time.

Milwaukee double murder suspect arrested in El Paso

January 15th, 2017 - Comments »

EL PASO, Texas – Officials said a Milwaukee double murder suspect was arrested Sunday morning in Northeast El Paso following a tip from an unnamed El Pasoan.

El Paso FBI agents and El Paso Police Department officers arrested Terry A.D. Strickland, 24, at about 5:10 a.m. during a traffic stop near Woodrow Bean Trans Mountain Road and Dyer Street, according to Douglas Lindquist, special agent in charge of the FBI’s El Paso division.

Strickland was placed on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list on Dec. 15, five months after he allegedly shot and killed two men during a fight at a Milwaukee home.

Armed man killed outside Northwest Austin church

January 14th, 2017 - Comments »

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin police fatally shot an armed man in his 40s early Saturday outside a Northwest Austin church.

Police said the man had fired several times into the air with a rifle and had refused to put down his weapons before he was killed.

According to Assistant Police Chief Chris McIlvain, the incident began when police responded to a “panic robbery alarm” at 10401 Anderson Mill Road at 1:08 a.m.

McIlvain said officers were called back out to the same location for a second time after reports of two men “physically fighting” in the parking lot there.

Fired deputy accused of pushing girlfriend

January 13th, 2017 - Comments »

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – A report states a former Bexar County Sheriff’s deputy who was fired Thursday after an assault charge allegedly pushed his girlfriend to the ground and cut her with his fingernails during an altercation.

Matthew Fernandez, 28, was reportedly fired Thursday after he was arrested Wednesday night on a charge of assault bodily injury-married or cohabitant.

According to a new police report from San Antonio Police Department, the incident occurred shortly before 10 p.m. Wednesday in the 8000 block of Chisos Oak Drive.

Man arrested in series of El Paso motorcycle thefts

January 12th, 2017 - Comments »

EL PASO, Texas — Officials said Thursday a 41-year-old man suspected in a string of El Paso motorcycle thefts was recently arrested after he was allegedly found towing a stolen motorcycle.

El Paso police said Roman Alberto Sanchez-Hernandez was arrested on suspicion of four motorcycle thefts and the theft of a trailer.

Police reportedly stopped Sanchez-Hernandez for a traffic violation Dec. 14 on the César Chávez Border Highway by Fonseca Drive near Ascarate Park.

Police said Sanchez-Hernandez was driving a gold-colored Chevrolet Suburban towing a Triumph motorcycle on a trailer.

The motorcycle had been stolen Nov. 21 from the High Ridge Apartments at 9353 Viscount Blvd.

Handcuffed suspect fatally shot himself

January 10th, 2017 - Comments »

AUSTIN, Texas – A report states a teenager arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and shoplifting fatally shot himself while in police custody in downtown Austin on Sunday afternoon.

It has been reported that the teen was not properly searched before he was taken into custody.

A spokesman for the teen’s family on Monday confirmed his identity as Zachary Khabir Anam, 19.

Austin police said Anam had been arrested Sunday at Barton Creek Square mall in Southwest Austin.

He was being taken to police headquarters in downtown Austin for fingerprinting when he pulled a gun from his waistband and threatened to take his own life, police said.