Tag: felony

Investigation Continues for Suspect who Allegedly Burned a 2-month-old Puppy

The investigation in Olmito continues for the suspect who allegedly burned a two month old puppy pouring hot oil on him. Officials say the puppy is now recovering from the injuries he suffered on twenty five percent of his body. County Sheriff Omar Lucio gave a press conference about certain charges the suspect could face. Lucio also tells us that if the individual were to be found guilty it would be a third degree felony with two to ten years in the state pen. First Reported:...

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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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