Tag: burglary

Laredo Police on the hunt for a man connected to five different burglaries

Laredo Police need your help in locating a suspect in several burglaries. The suspect is described as a tall male with a dark tattoo on his right inner forearm.  He’s connected to at least five different restaurant robberies.  He is normally wearing a bandanna and cap in each instance. If you recognize him you are asked to contact Laredo Crime Stoppers at (956)...

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Suspects Caught on Camera burglarizing multiple vehicles in Pharr

Several suspects are caught on camera burglarizing multiple vehicles at an apartment complex in Pharr. On Sunday, Pharr police responded to a call concerning the theft of vehicles on the north block of Ebony Street. The preliminary investigation video reveals that several males arrived to the apartments in a white passenger car and opened multiple vehicles at the location. Several items were taken from the vehicles. If you have any information contact Pharr Crime Stoppers at (956)...

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Weslaco Police Search for Person of Interest in Burglaries

Weslaco(KFXV) – A person of interest is being sought in connection to a pair of burglaries. This man is wanted in connection to two burglaries at a Weslaco restaurant. The first incident happened on July 17th– followed almost two weeks later by another. The targeted business is Basil Asia Restaurant on Texas and Seventh streets. The establishment is temporarily closed, but that didn’t stop this person from forcing his entry. Authorities were not able to confirm stolen merchandise but are hoping these photos will lead to an arrest. Anyone with information is asked to call the Weslaco Crime Stoppers...

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Have you seen this person? McAllen Police Search for Burglary Suspect

A burglary suspect at a vehicle is caught on camera and now McAllen police are looking for him that’s right Jasmine Leonardo biggest spoke to authorities and the alleged victim who are asking others to be on the lookout Residents in North McAllen neighborhood urging their neighbors to take precaution to prevent crime. This after a homeowner claims a suspect broke into his vehicle. It was all caught on camera. “Checking cars that were unlocked and taken whatever he could. He allegedly stole a bike. We got him on camera checking the cars all the way up the street....

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Brownsville Civil Rights Case Reversed By Fifth Circuit

BROWNSVILLE (KFXV) — The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the city of Brownsville, in a case that dates back 11 years. The court of appeals ruled that George Alvarez’s rights were not violated in a 2005 case, after pleading guilty to a third-degree felony. Judgement on the 2005 case has been reversed. Details provided in a lawsuit state that in November 2005, Brownsville police arrested George Alvarez on suspicion of burglary and public intoxication, while in a holding cell, he allegedly got into an altercation with a detective and was charged with assault on...

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