Tag: Avila

South Texas Equality Project Unites with Family of Missing Person

Local organizations have united with the Avila family in Brownsville, calling on the public’s support to find a genderfluid person missing for nearly 11 weeks. Today, the South Texas Equality Project, along with the Avila family, held a press conference, asking the community for any leads on the whereabouts of Kimberly Avila, also known as Ramiro Avila. The family says flyers they’ve posted have removed and vandalized in Brownsville’s downtown area, where the family last saw Kimberly. Call Brownsville Police with any information regarding Kimberly’s...

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Help Brownsville Police find a Missing Person

It’s been three months since a Brownsville family has seen their missing loved one. Last seen in the downtown district. According to the Brownsville Police department, the Avila family last saw Kimberly Avila who is transgender and may also go by Ramiro Avila on may 5th around 2:30 in the morning. After a family member and drop them off on the 1200 block of east Washington street. Families say Avila was last seen wearing a black Wig, black short sleeve dressy blouse, black skirt with high heels. Call the Brownsville crime stoppers hotline (956) 546-8477 with any tips, and...

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